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Embark on an epic 19-day journey through the captivating country of Cambodia, where ancient temples, mesmerizing landscapes, and warm hospitality await. Immerse yourself in the rich history and culture as you explore the iconic Angkor Wat, indulge in mouthwatering Khmer cuisine, and get up close and personal with majestic elephants.  Let us guide you through the best of Cambodia, creating memories that will last a lifetime.

Trip Highlights:

  • Marvel at the awe-inspiring temples of Angkor Wat
  • Experience the magic of Elephant Valley Project
  • Unwind in the serene town of Kâmpôt

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Day 1:

The moment your feet touch the ground at Siem Reap International Airport, your Cambodian adventure begins. You'll be whisked away to the tranquil sanctuary of the Blue Indigo Yoga Retreat, nestled amidst lush greenery and surrounded by the soothing sounds of nature. Here, in this peaceful haven, you can stretch out on your yoga mat, breathe deeply, and prepare your mind and body for the incredible journey that lies ahead.

Day 2-5:

These days are dedicated to attending the Blue Indigo yoga retreat program or exploring the enchanting city of Siem Reap, where ancient wonders and modern marvels coexist in perfect harmony. You'll witness the grandeur of the famed Angkor Wat, a magnificent temple complex that will leave you in awe of its architectural splendor and rich history. Immerse yourself in the vibrant colors and intoxicating scents of the Old Market, where locals and tourists gather to shop for traditional crafts, spices, and souvenirs. Indulge with the flavors of Khmer cuisine at local eateries like Marum and Cuisine Wat Damnak, where every bite is a culinary delight.

Day 5:

As the sun dips below the horizon, painting the sky with hues of orange and pink, you'll transfer to the Popular Boutique Hotel. Nestled amidst lush tropical gardens, this charming hotel offers a serene retreat, inviting you to relax and recharge after a day filled with exploration. Take a beautiful stroll through the gardens, breathe in the fragrant scent of exotic flowers, and let the tranquility of the surroundings envelop you.

Days 6-8:

Your exploration of Siem Reap continues, unfolding new wonders each day. From the intricate carvings of Banteay Srei to the mysterious faces of Bayon, the temples of Angkor will captivate your imagination and transport you to a bygone era. On Day 8, you'll board a private bus to the charming town of Battambang, where more thrilling adventures await.

Day 9:

In Battambang, you'll step back in time as you discover the town’s colonial-era architecture, a testament to its rich history and cultural heritage. Explore local temples, where ancient rituals and traditions are still practiced. Immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere of the bustling markets, where the sights, sounds, and smells will awaken your senses. Don't miss the opportunity to ride the famous Bamboo Train, a unique experience that takes you through picturesque landscapes and offers a glimpse into the daily lives of the locals.

Day 10:

Today, you'll journey from Battambang to the vibrant city of Phnom Penh, Cambodia's capital. Here, the pulse of modern life beats alongside echoes of the past, creating a vibrant tapestry of history, culture, and traditions. Explore the Royal Palace, a stunning architectural masterpiece that showcases the grandeur of the Khmer Empire. Visit the National Museum, where ancient artifacts and treasures tell the story of Cambodia's rich heritage. And take a moment of reflection at the poignant Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, a haunting reminder of the country's past.

Days 11-13:

Immerse yourself in Phnom Penh's rich history and culture. Wander through the bustling streets, lined with quaint shops and bustling markets, where you can buy unique souvenirs and indulge in local delicacies. On Day 13, after savoring some extra moments in Phnom Penh, journey to the charming town of Kratié, nestled on the banks of the majestic Mekong River. Immerse yourself in the laid-back atmosphere of this charming town as you watch the sun set over the river, casting a golden glow on the water. And don't miss the unique spectacle of the rare Irrawaddy dolphins frolicking in the Mekong.

Day 14:

Today, you'll journey to Sen Monorom, the gateway to the enchanting Mondulkiri Province. Check into the cozy Avocado Guesthouse, your home for the next few days, nestled amidst picturesque landscapes and surrounded by lush greenery. Let the tranquility of the surroundings wash over you as you unwind and embrace the slower pace of life.

Days 15-17:

Spend these days in Sen Monorom, where you'll visit the Elephant Valley Project, a sanctuary dedicated to the well-being and conservation of elephants. Here, you'll have the opportunity to observe these majestic creatures in their natural habitat, learning about their behavior, feeding them, and even bathing them in the nearby river. This intimate experience will create memories for you that will last a lifetime.

Day 17:

As you travel back to Phnom Penh, take a moment to appreciate the scenic landscapes that unfold along the way. Marvel at the verdant rice fields, dotted with palm trees and grazing water buffaloes. Let the beauty of the countryside envelop you, as you reflect on the incredible journey you've had so far.

Days 18-19:

Conclude your journey in the peaceful riverside town of Kâmpôt, known for its idyllic setting and laid-back atmosphere. Explore the colonial architecture that lines the streets, a testament to the town's French colonial past. Indulge in the famous Kampot pepper, known for its unique flavor and aroma, at local restaurants that offer a culinary experience like no other. And enjoy a serene boat ride down the tranquil river, as the sun sets on your adventure.

Weather & Climate

With a tropical climate, Cambodia promises high temperatures year-round. The monsoon season from May to mid-October brings refreshing rains, nourishing the lush landscapes and creating a vibrant green backdrop for your adventures. The dry season from November to April offers sunny days perfect for sightseeing and exploring the wonders of Cambodia.

Culture & Events

Cambodian culture is rich and diverse, influenced by its Indian and Chinese heritage. Don't miss the annual Water Festival, or Bon Om Touk, a spectacular celebration that marks the reversal of the flow of the Tonle Sap River. Experience the vibrant atmosphere as dragon boats glide through the water, accompanied by music and fireworks.

Local Cuisine

Cambodian cuisine is a true delight for your taste buds. Staples like rice and fish come alive with unique flavors in dishes like Amok, a fragrant coconut curry, and Lok Lak, a savory stir-fried beef dish. Don't miss the opportunity to indulge in street food delicacies like grilled skewers, crispy spring rolls, and refreshing fruit shakes that will leave you craving more. And for adventurous eaters, there's always the infamous fried tarantula, a local delicacy that will be a story to tell back home.


The nightlife in Cambodia is as diverse as its culture. In Siem Reap, immerse yourself in the vibrant nightlife scene, where lively bars, bustling night markets, and soulful live music venues await. In Phnom Penh, experience the city's vibrant energy as you explore the bustling streets and discover hidden gems tucked away in its vibrant neighborhoods. Enjoy a cocktail at a rooftop bar, dance the night away at a trendy club, or simply soak in the lively atmosphere of the local night markets.

Gardens & Parks

Cambodia's beautiful gardens and parks offer tranquil retreats amidst nature's splendor. Explore the Royal Palace Park in Phnom Penh, a lush oasis in the heart of the city, where you can stroll along tree-lined pathways and admire the vibrant flowers in bloom. Visit the Angkor Archaeological Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, where ancient temples and towering trees create a mystical atmosphere that will transport you to another world. And don't miss the serene Botum Sakor National Park, home to diverse wildlife and stunning landscapes waiting to be explored.


Getting around Cambodia is easy and convenient, thanks to a variety of transportation options. Hop on a tuk-tuk, a traditional Cambodian vehicle, for a unique and authentic experience. Grab a taxi for a comfortable and hassle-free ride. Travel by bus to explore the country at your own pace, enjoying the scenic landscapes that unfold along the way. Take a boat ride along the Mekong River, immersing yourself in the natural beauty of the countryside. For longer distances, consider domestic flights for a quick and convenient travel experience.

Local Tips

  • When visiting temples, remember to dress modestly, covering your shoulders and knees as a sign of respect.
  • Stay hydrated by drinking only bottled water, readily available throughout the country.
  • Don't be shy about haggling at local markets, as it's a common practice and can result in great deals and memorable experiences.
  • Embrace the slower pace of life and allow yourself to get lost in the beauty and tranquility of Cambodia's natural landscapes.
  • Be mindful of cultural customs and traditions, such as removing your shoes before entering a home or temple.

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