Cambodia Laos Tours

Cambodia and Laos Adventures

Number of days: 17

Price from: 00$

Tour Type: Private Tour

Departure: Daily

Start from: Phnom Penh or any other city

Highlights: Phnom Penh, Siem Reap, Angkor Wat, Vientiane, Xiengkhoang, Luang Prabang

Go deep into these two great countries as you get into riverside vibes, cool waterside bars, as well taking in jaw-dropping sunrises at the likes of un-missable Angkor Wat. Take part in an alms ceremony in Luang Prabang, hit the streets for a bike tour, and see ancient Apsara dance performances...each day is different, and downright amazing.

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  • DESTINATIONS 


    * Phnom Penh - Capital of Cambodia surrounded by the Mekong River; home to majestic palaces and pagodas 
    * Siem Reap - Gateway to the Angkor Wat temple complex  
    * Vientiane - Capital of Laos: a charming city filled with villas and boulevards.
    * The Plain of Jars - a megalithic archaeological landscape in Laos. It consists of thousands of stone jars scattered around the upland valleys and the lower foothills of the central plain of the Xiangkhoang Plateau.
    * Luang Prabang - Entry point into Laos and UNESCO World Heritage listed town which retains original character

    * The Plain of Jars - a megalithic archaeological landscape in Laos. It consists of thousands of stone jars scattered around the upland valleys and the lower foothills of the central plain of the Xiangkhoang Plateau. 
    * Pakse - the capital of Champasak Province and the gateway to southern Laos, sits at the confluence of the Mekong and the Se Don (Don River).

    ACTIVITIES

    * Phnom Penh - Capital of Cambodia surrounded by the Mekong River; home to majestic palaces and pagodas  
    * Siem Reap - Gateway to the Angkor Wat temple complex  

    * Phnom Penh - Capital of Cambodia surrounded by the Mekong River; home to majestic palaces and pagodas  
    * Siem Reap - Gateway to the Angkor Wat temple complex  
    * Phnom Penh - Capital of Cambodia surrounded by the Mekong River; home to majestic palaces and pagodas  
    * Siem Reap - Gateway to the Angkor Wat temple complex ACTIVITIES

    Cultural Tours / History & Archaeology Tours / Cycling / Trekking / Elephant Riding / Walking / Boating / Kayaking


    BRIEF ITINERARY:


    Day 01: Arrive Phnom Penh

    Day 02: Phnom Penh City Tour (B)

    Day 03: Phnom Penh – Siem Reap by bus (B)

    Day 04: Siem Reap – Angkor Wat Tour (B)

    Day 05: Siem Reap – Angkor Wat Tour (B)

    Day 06: Biking to Villages & Boat Trip on Tonle Sap Lake (B)

    Day 07: Siem Reap – Vientiane (B)

    Day 08: Vientiane City Tour (B)

    Day 09: Vientiane – Buddha Park (B)

    Day 10: Vientiane – Xiengkoang (B)

    Day 11: Xiengkhoang – Drive to Luang Prabang (B)

    Day 12: Luang Prabang City Tour (B)

    Day 13: Luang Prabang – Elephant Riding & Trekking (B/L)

    Day 14: Luang Prabang – Kayaking (B/L)

    Day 15: Cycling in Luang Prabang (B/L)

    Day 16: Leisure Day in Luan Prabang (B)

    Day 17: Luang Prabang – Departure (B)

    Trip includes:

    - Accommodation with daily breakfast bases on double/twin share

    - Meals as indicated in the itinerary (B: Breakfast, L: Lunch, D: Dinner)

    - Transportation by private vehicle with A/C

    - 2 internal flights: Siem Reap – Vientiane, Vientiane – Xiengkhoang (Economy class)

    - Boat trips, biking, kayaking, trekking as mentioned in the program

    - Private local tour guides

    - All entrance fees and permits where applicable


    Trip excludes:

    - Meals that not mentioned in the program

    - Travel insurance

    - Cambodia visa and Laos visa

    - International flight and departure tax

    - Tipping, drinks and other personal expenses 

  • Day 01: Arrive Phnom Penh
    On your arrival in Phnom Penh, you will be welcomed by our local guide at the airport then transfer to the hotel in the city centre and leisure time to relax.
    If time permits, we begin our discovery of Phnom Penh in the thriving old market areas and then zip around the modernising parts of the city, visiting the exotic Central Markets where gems, silks and statues entice. End your afternoon with the visit of the Wat Phnom Temple, Phnom Penh's namesake, from where you can enjoy views over the tree-lined avenues of Phnom Penh during sunset. Overnight at hotel in Phnom Penh.



    Day 02: Phnom Penh City Tour (B)
    Continue our Phnom Penh discovery with the visit to the Victory Monument, and the National Museum, also called Musee des Beaux-Arts. A French archaeologist and painter, Georges Groslier, designed it in Khmer style in 1917. The museum contains a collection of Khmer art - notably sculptures - throughout the ages. Visit the Royal Palace, built by King Norodom in 1866 on the site of the old town, and the Silver Pagoda. Located within the grounds of the Royal Palace, the Silver Pagoda is so named because of its floor, which is made up of 5000 silver tiles. The treasures found inside include a solid gold Buddha encrusted and weighing 90kilograms and a small 17th century emerald and baccarat crystal Buddha.
    We take a 'walk back' into the brutal, (modern) history that Cambodia shockingly suffered under Pol Pot's reign during the 1970's, visiting 'The Killing Fields' & S-21 - The Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum in the afternoon. Overnight at hotel in Phnom Penh.



    Day 03: Phnom Penh – Siem Reap by bus (B)
    After breakfast in hotel, you are transferred to the bus station for the 6 hour bus trip to Siem Reap passing the real countryside of Cambodia. The bus will stop at some rest stops to relax where you can interact with the local people and local vendors. Arrive in Siem Reap in early afternoon, transfer to the hotel in the town centre for check in and relax.
    Later in the afternoon, have an orientation tour of the Siem Reap town to visit the Angkor National Museum which we can see the artifacts from the every part of Cambodia in the ancient time. Visit Preah Ang Chheck, Ang Chhorm (The main shrine in Siem Reap) for the Siem Reap orientation. Visit the local markets in town. Overnight at hotel in Siem Reap.



    Day 04: Siem Reap – Angkor Wat Tour (B)
    In the morning, visit the most famous of all the temples on the plain of Angkor: Angkor Wat. The temple complex covers 81 hectares and is comparable in size to the Imperial Palace in Beijing. Its distinctive five towers are emblazoned on the Cambodian flag and the 12th century masterpiece is considered by art historians to be the prime example of classical Khmer art and architecture. Angkor Wats five towers symbolize Merus five peaks - the enclosed wall represents the mountains at the edge of the world and the surrounding moat, the ocean beyond. 
    In the afternoon, you continue your temple visits to Preah Khan. Built by the King Jayavarman VII, Preah Khan is, like Ta Prohm, a place of towered enclosures and shoulder hugging corridors. Unlike Ta Prohm, however, the temple of Prea Khan is in a reasonable state of preservation and ongoing restoration efforts should maintain and even improve this situation. Neak Pean, a fountain built in the middle of a pool (representing the paradisiacal Himalayan mountain-lake), Ta Som and Banteay Samre, built in the third quarter of the 12th century. It consists of a central temple with four wings preceded by a hall and accompanied by two libraries, the southern example remarkably well preserved. Two concentric walls enclose the ensemble. Overnight at hotel in Siem Reap.



    Day 05: Siem Reap – Angkor Wat Tour (B)
    Morning, Visit the South Gate (with its huge statues depicting the churning of the ocean of milk), the ancient capital of Angkor Thom (12th century), Bayon Temple (unique for its 54 towers decorated with over 200 smiling faces of Avolokitesvara), the Royal EnclosurePhimeanakas, the Elephants Terrace and the Terrace of the Leper King.
    Afternoon, transfer to Banteay Srei temple (10th c), regarded as the jewel in the crown of Classical Khmer Art. Continue to Ta Prohmone of the areas most beautiful temples. Ta Prohm has been relatively untouched since it was discovered and retains much of its mystery. Overnight at hotel in Siem Reap.



    Day 06: Biking to the villages & Boat trip on Tonle Sap Lake (B)
    Breakfast at hotel and today we heading to Roluos group with back road through the villages and visit the Roluos Group. The monuments of Roluos, which served as the capital of Indravarman I (reigned 877-89), are among the earliest large, permanent temples built by the Khmers and mark the beginning of Khmer classical art. Preah Ko erected by Indravarman I in the late 9th century dedicated by the King to his ancestors in 880. Bakong the largest and most interesting of the Roluos group temples, with his active Buddhist monastery just to the north of the east entrance. Lolei built on an islet in the center of a large reservoir (now rice fields) by Yasovarman I, the founder to the first city at Angkor. 
    Afternoon, we will put all our bikes on boat and cruise to Kampong Phluk Village, visit the flooded forest, traditional house and proceed our boat to Chong Kneas Village and the end of the tour we ride our bikes from Chong Kneas Village to Siem Reap town. Overnight at hotel in Siem Reap.



    Day 07: Siem Reap – Vientiane (B)
    Morning, leisure day in Siem Reap to relax or use the spa facility in the hotel.
    Early afternoon, transfer to the airport for the flight to Vientiane QV930 @16:00-17:55. Upon arrival in Vientiane Capital, you are met and transferred to your centrally located hotel. Overnight in Vientiane.

    Day 08: Vientiane City Tour (B)
    Today, we start visiting the major sights of the capital; including the oldest Wat Sisaket, the temple with thousands of miniature Buddha statues and the former royal temple of Wat Hor Prakeo previously housed the famous Emerald Buddha Image. On the way to the famous and sacred structure of That Luang Stupa, we stop to take some pictures of the imposing Patuxay Monument, which is well known as Vientiane’s own Arc de Triumph an the local market. Overnight hotel in in Vientiane.



    Day 09: Vientiane - Budha Park (B/L)
    After breakfast, take a trip by road to outskirts of Vientiane, following the road along the bank of Mekong river to visit the Buddha park of Xieng Khuan, the park (28km East of Vientiane), containing a combination of hundred status of Hindu divinities and Buddha. We drive pass villages on the bank of Mekong through beautiful views of vegetable garden, tobacco plantation ... etc. It’s nice makes photo stops and see rural life of local people. We also have a nice view of the Mekong Friendship Bridge as the border between Laos and Thailand. Return to Vientiane town and continue to visit Ban Nongbuathong the hand weaving Village. Take a walk on Mekong Riverside before transfer back to hotel in Vientiane. Overnight in Vientiane. 



    Day 10: Vientiane – Xiengkoang (B)
    Breakfast at hotel, free at leisure until your short afternoon flight to Xiengkhouang QV401  13.20-13.50 Xiengkhouang was devastated by American bombing between 1964 and 1973. Upon arrival, we transfer out to visit the Plain of Jars, an impressive archaeological site where hundreds of large stone jars are littered all over the plateau. We also have time, this afternoon seeing the old capital of Muang Khoun Province and the nearby villages, home to the Hmong hill tribe and Tai Dam people. They have an interesting local culture and a colorful history. Overnight in Xiengkhoung



    Day 11: Xiengkhoang – Drive to Luang Prabang (B)
    Early morning, we visit Central Market of Phonsavanh to watch different Hill Tribes to barter and exchange merchandises. Then heading out the this small town to Luang Prabang 306 Km/ 6-7 hrs drive, on the way, we drop off and see a site more than 200 years old Buddha images in Thampra and varied Hmong and varied hill tribe minority villages along the road. They are nice, friendly and welcome you to visit. After a photo stop, we continue driving up hill, enjoying mountain splendid natural scenery, forest and landscape. After a tea or coffee break at Sala Phoukhoun, where the T-junction of bordering meets Vientiane-Xiengkhouang-Luang Prabang. The journey will take us over mountainous region to Luang Prabang. The tranquility and charm of this town with its splendid natural scenery and cultural sights make it one of the most delightful places to visit in Laos. Arrive in Luang Prabang, check in hotel and leisure time to relax. Overnight in Luang Prabang.



    Day 12: Luang Prabang City Tour (B)
    Luang Prabang, the ancient first capital of Lane Xang kingdom, the center of religious life in Laos and today the World Heritage City. Today, we will visit the most cultural highlights of the town with the visit to Wat Visoun, the 16th century temple served as a small museum for religious artifacts; Wat Aham, the early 19th century temple, whose two guardian figures at the foot of the steps which represent two characters from the Ramayana - Hanuman, the Monkey God and a fierce Yaksa; Wat Xiengthong, the 16th century temple which, more than any temples in Luang Prabang, epitomizes all the elegance and grace of Luang Prabang architecture;  Climb up Phousi Hill, the 328 steps leads to the summit of Phousi hill that dominates the sky-line of Luang Prabang overlooking the finest panoramic view in the whole Luang Prabang. From there, we explore Street Night Bazaar, where you can find the lovely collection and handmade textile by local and hill tribe people surrounding Luang Prabang.  Overnight in Luang Prabang



    Day 13: Luang Prabang – Elephant Riding & Trekking (B/L)
    Depart from Luang Prabang in the morning; we first drive uphill toward the northeast of Luang Prabang to Ban Pha Nom, a silk waving village. We continue to Noon Rapid to visit the tomb of the 19th century French explorer Henri Mouhot; the first European to rediscover Angkor Wat and to visit the Royal Kingdom of Luang Prabang. We then drive a bit further to Ban Noon for 1 ½ hour elephant ride. 
    Afternoon, our trek starts from Ban Suan of Hmong and Khmu ethnic minorities. After 2 hours trekking, we arrive to Tad Sae Waterfall. From here we take a fishing boat upstream to Ban Ann Savan for a transfer back to Luang Prabang. Overnight in Luang Prabang.



    Day 14: Luang Prabang – Kayaking (B/L)
    Kayaking starts in the Khmu village of Ban Houayleuang, 1 and half hour drive north of Luang Prabang. After an introduction to paddling and the basics of kayaking, we will encounter up to 5 easy rapids in the first hour. 
    Along the way, the village of Ban Sibounhom is visited. This Khmu village on the eastern riverbank is one of the few remaining without electricity and direct road access (route 13).A picnic lunch is prepared on a white sandbank set in beautiful scenery. After a relaxing break and a swim, the afternoon is spent paddling in a calmer section of the Nam Ou. There's plenty of time to watch the villagers fishing and harvesting river weed in and along the Nam Ou. The day of kayaking ends by the bridge of route 13, near the village of Ban Somsanouk or Had Kham, the Lowland village. Transfer back to Luang Prabang. Overnight in Luang Prabang.



    Day 15: Cycling in Luang Prabang (B/L)
    Today we cycle through Luang Prabang, onwards to Ban Phanom, a weaving village at the Khan River, and then turn to the Henri Mohot tomb. We continue to Ban Pick Noi village of the Youane ethnic minority and cross the Nam Khan River with a fishing boat to Ban Pick Nyai village of the Youane & Leu ethnic minorities. The cruise passes some rural villages and rice fields to Ban Kokvan village of the Khmu ethnic minority, then makes headway to a Hmong village, Ban Bohae. Finally, we tailgate one and half hours back to Luang Prabang. On this return journey we will pass by Ban Xang Hai, where Lao whisky is produced, and Ban Xang Khong, a Sa paper making village. Return to Luang Prabang in the afternoon. Overnight in Luang Prabang.



    Day 16: Leisure Day in Luan Prabang (B)
    Leisure day in Luang Prabang to relax or use the spa service in the hotel. Overnight in Luang Prabang.

    Day 17: Luang Prabang – Departure (B)
    Leisure time until the transfer to the airport for the departure flight. Say goodbye to Luang Prabang and Laos. 

  • Categories of Accommodation


    Value:

    With basic hotels and simple accommodation, this is a no frills option with an adventurous authentic feel. We would normally accommodate your in these in remote areas.


    Standard:

    Standard accommodation equates to a Western 3-star standard, always featuring en-suite rooms and usually a restaurant. Sometimes these are a good affordable choice in cities where accommodation is very expensive, but where being centrally located is a prime consideration.


    Superior:

    Superior accommodation equates to a Western 4-star standard, featuring en-suite rooms and usually a restaurant and often a swimming pool and/or a fitness centre. This is the 'classic' hotel standard we use on most of our group based tours.


    Deluxe:

    Deluxe accommodation equates to a Western 5-star standard, usually featuring spacious, en-suite rooms, a restaurant, swimming pool and fitness centre and an array of amenities, excellent service and customer care. India and Southeast Asia have a fabulous array of top notch 5-star properties.


    Luxury:

    Luxury accommodation equates to a Western 5-star plus standard - the creme de la creme. Featuring spacious, en-suite rooms, a restaurant, swimming pool and fitness centre and an array of amenities, this accommodation is a cut above the rest. Sheer opulence!

  • CAMBODIA:

    Passports
    Passport valid for at least six months after date of return from Cambodia required by all nationals.

    Visas
    Visitors arriving by air can obtain a visa for stays of up to 30 days on arrival at Phnom Penh International Airport, Phnom Penh or Siem Reap International Airport, Angkor. Visas are also available from Immigration at the border posts of Bavet, Poi Pet and Koh Kong. Visitors are advised to check current situation before traveling. E-Visas are only valid for entry via Phnom Penh International Airport, Siem Reap International Airport, Cham Yeam land border, Poi Pet land border and Bavet land border.
    Visa Note
    Applications by post will only be accepted through a recognized visa courier. For further details, contact the nearest consulate (or consular section of embassy). 
    Nationals flying in to Phnom Penh or Siem Reap International Airport will be able to apply for a 30-day visa on arrival in Cambodia. 

    Validity
    All visas are valid for a one month period, and visas issued by the embassy must be used within three months of date of issue. Extensions of up to one extra month for Tourist visas or six or 12 months for Business visas (which can be multiple) may be granted by the Ministry of the Interior at the Immigration Office in Phnom Penh.

    Climate: 
    Cambodia has a tropical monsoon climate. The monsoon season runs from May to November. The most pleasant season is the dry season, from November/December to April. In the north, winters can be colder, while throughout most of the country temperatures remain fairly constant. There is often seasonal flooding in Phnom Penh and the rest of Cambodia in late July and early August, and travel may be disrupted at these times.

    Required Clothing
    Lightweight clothing is worn all year. Rainwear is essential during the monsoon season.

    Travel Tips: 
    Most visits to Cambodia are trouble-free, however public order is fragile. Travelers should be aware of the global risk of indiscriminate terrorist attacks, which could be against civilian targets, including places frequented by foreigners. The greatest risks to travelers are from road traffic accidents, armed robbery after dark, landmines and unexploded ordnance in rural areas.

    Travelers should be aware of the risk of robbery and other crime (including sexual offences) in Phnom Penh, Sihanoukville and Siem Reap, particularly after dark, and take sensible precautions. Travelers should be on their guard against pickpockets and bag snatchers, especially when traveling around the cities.

    Outbreaks of avian influenza (bird flu) in Cambodia have resulted in a small number of human fatalities. As a precaution, travelers should avoid live animal markets, poultry farms and other places where they may come into close contact with domestic, caged or wild birds; and ensure poultry and egg dishes are thoroughly cooked.

    LAOS: 

    Passports
    Passport with at least six months remaining validity required by all nationals.

    Visas
    (a) A 15-day visa on arrival is now available for nationals arriving at Vientiane International Airport, Luang Prabang International Airport or Friendship Bridge; visas are not extendable. 
    (b) A one-month visit visa is available from the Laos embassy provided the applicant has a guarantor in Laos; visas can be extended by up to a further two months. 
    (c) A one-month business visa is available from the Laos embassy; applicants require authorization from the organization they will be visiting in Laos before applying for a visa; visas can be extended until the completion of business. 
    (d) A five-day transit visa is available for nationals transiting through Vientiane International Airport; nationals require proof of onward journey within five days. 
    (e) Multiple-entry visas are only available from the ministry of foreign affairs in Laos.

    Climate: 
    Throughout most of the country, the climate is hot and tropical, with the rainy season between May and October when temperatures are at their highest. The dry season runs from November to April.

    Required Clothing
    Lightweights and rainwear, with warmer layers from October to March and upland areas.

    Travel Tips: 
    Most visits are trouble free.
    The threat from terrorism in Laos is low. However, travellers should be aware of the global risk of indiscriminate terrorist attacks, which could be in public areas, including places frequented by foreigners.
    Travellers should be aware of and respect local conventions at all times.
    Unexploded ordnance in rural areas is an ongoing danger.
    Outbreaks of Avian Influenza (Bird Flu) in Laos have resulted in human fatalities, the last one of which was in 2007. As a precaution, travellers should avoid live animal markets, poultry farms and other places where close contact with domestic, caged or wild birds is likely; and ensure poultry and egg dishes are thoroughly cooked. 
    The Lao government prohibits sexual relationships between foreign citizens and Lao nationals except when the two parties have been married in accordance with Lao family law. Penalties for breaking these regulations can range from fines to imprisonment.
    Penalties for illegal drug importation and use are severe and can include the death penalty.
    It is illegal not to carry an ID document, and fines for not having one for presentation are high.

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