The tour starts in Phnom Penh and ends in Siem Reap.
Off the beaten path of Cambodia, explore to the northeastern cities, hill tribe village, jungle hiking, elephant valley.
Day 1: Phnom Penh to Kratie
Day 2: Kratie – Mekong Dolphin – Mondulkiri (195km)
Day 3: Mondulkiri – Elephant Project
Day 4: Mondulkiri to Ratanakiri (220km)
Day 5: Ratanakiri – Jungle Trek/Camping
Day 6: Ratanakiri – Jungle Trek
Day 7: Ratanakiri – Stung Treng (210km)
Day 8: Stung Treng – Preah Vihear (175km)
Day 9: Preah Vihear – Siem Reap (170km)

Tour inclusive of:
  • Local English Speaking Guide
  • Transfers and land tour with air-condition vehicle
  • All entrance fee to visit tourism sites
  • Lunch as mentioned (meal only without drink)
  • Private Boat as mentioned
  • 1Day with elephant valley project 
  • 2 days 1 night trekking in the jungle 
  • Kayaking in Steung Treng
  • Cold water and towel during the tour
  • Government tax and service charge
  • Accommodation with daily breakfast twin/double sharing
Tour exclusive of:
  • Cambodia visa fee upon arrival
  • International airfares and airport taxes
  • Hotel early check-in / late check-out
  • Other meals & drinks not mentioned
  • Personal expenses
  • Travel insurance
  • Tips & gratuities

Day 1: Phnom Penh to Kratie

After breakfast, departure from Phnom Penh to Kratie province which takes about 6 hours dive through one of the biggest provinces in Cambodia, Kampong Cham. En route stop to visit the Rubber Plantation and some activities of the farmers, on arrival in Kratie lunch at restaurant in town and embark on local boat off to the village of Koh Trong to observe and participate in local life of their inhabitants and farmers. Visit the market where the local people trading of vegetables, fruits, fish and so on as long as visit primary school where you will learn the system of education in Cambodia and also visit to local pagodas by interaction with Buddhist Monk and getting the monk blessing ceremony.

Meal: No
Accommodation:Hotel in Kratie is included
Service includes: Vehicle, English-speaking guide, Entrance fees, boat, cold water, and tissue.

Day 2: Kratie – Mekong Dolphin – Mondulkiri (195km)

Breakfast at hotel, today we will embark on the local boat to visit the Mekong Dolphin, amazing creature, in Mekong River. Continue to drive to Mondulkiri and en route we will stop to visit the local market and learn about the different lifestyle of Khmer Villagers. Lunch will be provided in local restaurant. Drive 3 hours to Senmonorom, the capital city of Mondulkiri province. Check in to your hotel.

Meal included: Lunch
Accommodation:Hotel in Mondulkiri is included
Service includes: Vehicle, English speaking guide, Entrance fees, boat, Picnic lunch, cold water, and tissue.

Day 3: Mondulkiri – Elephant Project

Mondulkiri is most famous for elephant trekking and the small villages of Pahlung and Putang, just outside Sen Monorom, offer treks varying in length from two hours to two days. Elephants are an important part of life here, being valuable members of the village and still a valid form of transportation.

Treks journey through small villages and into the fringes of the forest whilst longer treks venture deep into the jungle where few visitors go. Hike into the beautiful jungle and spend a full day with the elephants, shadowing two families in the morning and afternoon. Learn about the elephants, local people, forest and conservation. This is a highly unique experience and the first of its kind in Cambodia !

Meal included: Buffet style khmer lunch
Accommodation: Hotel in Mondulkiri is included
Service includes: Vehicle, English speaking guide, fees, Picnic lunch, cold water, and tissue.

Day 4: Mondulkiri to Ratanakiri (220km)

Early morning, visit the local market where many of the Phnong people from the nearby villages are coming to trade with their distinctive baskets they carry on their back. Drive to Bou Sra about 40 km northeast from Sen Monorom. This double drop waterfall is one of the largest and most impressive in Cambodia. Discover the Phnong village of the same name. On the way back see numbers of hilltribe villages and the scenery countryside. After lunch, you will be driven approximately 3 hours and plus to Ratanakiri capital BanLung, an affectionately known as dey krahorm (‘red earth’) after its rust-coloured soil. Check in at your selected hotel and free at your own leisure.

Ratanakiri is a home of natural beauty that provides a shelter for a mosaic of minority peoples with their own different languages, traditions and customs, as well as the forests, glorious waterways, waterfalls, lakes and grass plains, all of which can be explored. Close to the Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia triangle, a beautiful forest awaits for you. It’s called the Tanop forest. In this forest we conduct an interesting and adventurous 2 day trek. A boat trip on the Sesan and O’Lalai river takes you to the Koklak/Lalai community forest. Trek through secondary forest and ‘Engage Indigenous Communities’.

Meal included: Breakfast
Accommodation: Hotel in Ratanakiri is included
Service includes: Vehicle, English speaking guide, Entrance fees, cold water, and tissue.

Day 5: Ratanakiri – Jungle Trek/Camping

Departure time is at 8:30 am, we leave northern direction, board a local boat that takes us a short distance upstream toward the mouth of O’LaLai, small river. We travel by boat on this beautiful river for 30 minutes to tribe community. Please Note: In the dry season from 15th of December to mid of March Motodup will be used instead of the boat ride. The local ranger is waiting for us at Lalai village to guide us for the trek.

At the beginning, the trek pass through patch forest ,secondary and agricultural area ,after an hour , we’ll reach the rice paddy fields of the Kavet indigenous community . Take a lunch break at one of the local families. After lunch we’ll soon enter the primary forest ,the trek go up and down hills in the dense jungle .During the actual trek we’ll take a regular break ,our guide and ranger will explain you of the many natural resources and you’ll enjoy the surrounding as well as to rest a little bit . Arrival at the campsite by a small waterfall around 4:30 pm, where you can enjoy your bath after the day trek. Hammocks will be tied and campsite prepared for the night by our guide and ranger. The guide and ranger will prepare dinner for you. You’ll enjoy your nice dinner by a candle light.

Meals included: Lunch & dinner
Accommodation: camp or hammock is included
Service includes: Vehicles, English speaking guide, ranger, camp, boat, cold water, and tissue.

Day 6: Ratanakiri – Jungle Trek

Get up at 7:00am for breakfast. We’ll trek a loop on different tracks with a beautiful panoramic views .This off the beaten track, you can expect primary dense jungle, and randomly see gibbons, monkeys, birds, deer… At noon we’ll reach a local family at the rice field. We’ll stop for lunch .At the afternoon we’ll carry on trekking to the village. We say “Goodbye’’ to our ranger and then take a boat back to Veun sai. The transport is waiting to take us back to Banlung. We are estimated to be back in town around 5 pm.

Meals included: Breakfast, lunch
Accommodation: Hotel in Ratanakiri is included
Service includes: Vehicles, English speaking guide, ranger, camp, boat, cold water, and tissue.

Day 7: Ratanakiri – Stung Treng (210km)

Meet the guide and driver, wander around the city of Banlung before heading to Stung Treng, a quiet town with limited appeal, but sees a lot of transit traffic heading north to Laos. The town itself is a rather rundown affair, with its major asset being spectacular sunsets and friendly people. The one attraction of sorts is a weaving co-operative at the eastern extremity of town, which is worth visiting both for its lovely fabrics and to support a worthwhile cause. Check in to your selected hotel and the remainder of the day at your own leisure or opt to explore the town with your guide and vehicle, wandering the surroundings and view sunset from the peaceful place.

Meals included: Breakfast,
Accommodation: Hotel in Steng Treng is included
Service includes: Vehicle, English speaking guide, cold water, and tissue.

Day 8: Stung Treng – Preah Vihear (175km)

Take a short boat trip down to O’Svay where we will start our paddling tours to explore the Ramsar Wetlands area. It stretches south along the Mekong River from the border with Laos to Stung Treng. Only accessible by boat, it is a haven for critically endangered mammals, birds and fish with a unique river flooded forest system that is a photographer’s dream. With only birdcalls announcing our presence, we maneuvered our way leisurely downstream for a couple of hours before reaching the only village on this stretch of the river, Veun Sien, where we beach our kayak for lunch break. Our paddling tour of the forest continues until one point that you feel enough, and then we return back to O’Svay by boat before heading onward to Preah Vihear province.

Meals included: Lunch
Accommodation: ​Hotel in Preah Vihear is included
Service includes: Vehicle, English speaking guide, Entrance fees, boat, Picnic lunch, cold water, and tissue.

Day 9: Preah Vihear – Siem Reap (170km)

Early morning wake up to catch a beauty of sunray and the fantastic cliff-top view of the Cambodia’s most dramatically situated Angkorian monument, 800m-long Prasat Preah Vihear is perched atop an escarpment in the Dangrek Mountains – with breathtaking views of lowland Cambodia, stretching as far as the eye can see. Drive down the hill and continue an hour onward to the abandoned to the forests, Koh Ker temple, and capital of the Angkorian Empire from AD 928 to AD 944. Reach the sprawling jungle temple of Beng Mealea. Constructed in a distinctly Angkor Wat style by King Suyavarman II in the early 12th century, Beng Mealea preceded and may have served as a prototype for Angkor Wat. Contrary to Angkor, few carvings or bas-reliefs are evident. Today the temple is largely overrun by vegetation and the stone walls are crumbling which adds to its charm in a unique way. Accessibility has improved as elevated walkways have been set up throughout most of the temple, although to see all corners does require a sense of adventure as you will need to climb over stone blocks or walk through narrow passageways. Driver on to Siem Reap.

Meals included: Picnic lunch at Koh Ker
Accommodation: No
Service includes:English Speaking Guide, A/C vehicle, cold water/towel, entrance fees.

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