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Delve into Cambodia with Journeys Within

Kate Webster

From the well-known temples and ruins of Angkor to charming villages, secluded beaches, magical markets and enriching cities, Cambodia has something to offer every type of traveller.

What will strike you most about this country however is the way it has moved from a tainted past and brutal history into one of the most peaceful and spirited destination. The genuine locals will share a sincere smile, and the country will capture your heart.

Journeys Within Tour Company captures the very essence of this through their offering of private and customised tours, developed to suit your interests, time and budget.

From Luxury Tours  for guests who are interested in an incredible experience with an amazing level of service utilising some of the best properties and hotels in Cambodia, to Signature Tours offering marvellous experiences that encompass not only the highlights of the country, but also the opportunity to get to know the people and cultures on a more intimate level, taking advantage of the many value-for-money and boutique hotels throughout the region. They also offer Family Adventures that have been built on the company’s experience travelling with their own kids and are perfect for the whole family.

To get a taste of Cambodia, here are the top 7 tours in Cambodia to consider.

 

Cambodia Conservation Tour

Sunrise over rice paddy in Mekong Delta, An Giang, Vietnam

Experience the unique sights and places that make Cambodia special while actively promoting the conservation of the species and places that make it such an amazing place. We work exclusively with organisations dedicated to preserving the rich cultural legacy of Cambodia as well as the biodiversity and endangered animal species that call Cambodia home.

 

Cambodia Highlights – Green Season Special

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Cambodia has a lot more to show for itself than just temples, and witnessing everything the country has to offer during the “green season” (May – October) is an adventurous and affordable way to get a glimpse of life in this fascinating country with few other travellers around. From the bustling capital with its tree-lined boulevards, to visiting the amazing 4 Rivers Ecolodge and eating pepper crab on a deserted beach… With this itinerary, we can guarantee you’ll love the temples, but we can’t guarantee they’ll be the highlight of your trip.

 

Cambodia Highlights Tour

Busy Traffic Outside Wat Ounalom At Sunset In Phnom Penh

Enjoy the new Phnom Penh nightlife, be amazed by the temples of Angkor Wat, soak up the beauty of the amazing national parks and relax with the locals on white sand beaches. This tour will take you beyond the tourist traps so you can get a true sense of this incredible country.

 

Cambodia’s Big Three Tour

Angkor Wat

Visit the three biggest cities in Cambodia with this eclectic and fascinating tour. Begin in Siem Reap with the temples of Angkor Wat. Head up the Tonle Sap River to Battambang and see Cambodia’s rice bowl and some sad, but fascinating Khmer Rouge history and then head by car to Phnom Penh where you can visit Tuol Sleng, the Killing Fields, and the Royal Palace.

 

Cambodia’s Front Lines: Past And Present Tour

Killing Fields memorial in Cambodia

Cambodia is country that has experienced great accomplishment, great struggle and tragedy. Absorb the magnitude of the ancient battles of the Khmer civilization carved in great detail on the walls of Angkor Wat and stand in awe of the great civilization they built. On this tour you will also have the chance to visit some of the key historical sites where the heartbreaking events of the genocide under the Khmer Rouge and ensuing civil war took place.

 

Classic Cambodia Tour

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This is the quintessential “Cambodia” tour where you will have the chance to explore Angkor Wat, the world’s largest religious monument, as well as the many temples surrounding it. After Angkor Wat, journey beyond the temples to the capital city of Phnom Penh to explore the more recent Khmer Rouge history and witness modern-day Cambodia.

 

Classic Family Cambodia Tour

Mother And Daughter Looking At Ancient Temple

If you and your family are ready to fall in love with Cambodia, take this tour throughout the highlights of this incredible country. Enjoy the city and shopping in Phnom Penh, discover the wonders of the Angkor temples, and relax on the beaches in the south.

 

Read more about Journeys Within Tour Company here.

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