Cambodia 4 Corners - 21days
From: $2109
US$ 3020 per person (based on a group of 2 people)
US$ 2125 per person (based on a group of 4 people)
US$ 2109 per person (based on a group of 6 people)

Code: E-CADZZ0000
Tour Style: Adventure
Duration: 21 days
Difficulty Comfort Exclusivity

Designed for those keen to discover Cambodia in depth. An eclectic mix of multi-adventures from Phnom Penh to Silk Island, Kompong Cham, Kratie, Ratanakiri, Steung Treng, Siem Reap, Ta Keo, Kep, Bokor Mountain, Kampot, Chi Phat Community and the beaches at Sihanukville. Nature, culture, customs & tradition, history, life style, etc. will be unveiled. Our priority is to take you to every single corner hand in hand with our expert guides.


Itinerary Brief:

Day 01: Phnom Penh
Day 02: Phnom Penh- Koh Dach Silk Island - Kampong Cham
Day 03: Kam Pong Cham - Kratie
Day 04: Kratie - Rattanakiri
Day 05: Trek to Kaoh Piek
Day 06: Trek to Virachay National Park
Day 07 Tonle San river kayak
Day 08: Rattanakiri - Stung Treng- Siem Reap.
Day 09: Siem Reap - Angkor Wat
Day 10: Koulen mountain: Hike and bike
Day 11: Phnom Penh Arrival
Day 12: Phnom Penh City Cycling Tour (cycling 35 Km)
Day 13: Phnom Penh – Takeo (cycle 75 Km)
Day 14: Ta Keo – Kep
Day 15: Kep – Free Day
Day 16: Kep – Bokor Mountain- Kampot
Day 17: Kampot – Chi Phat (Koh Kong)
Day 18: Chi Phat – Veal Ta Prak (Silver Field) Pond: (18 km by boat, trekking 9.5 Km)
Day 19:Veal Ta Prak – Chi Phat – Sihanoukville: (trekking 12.5 Km)
Day 20: SIhanuckville – Free Day
Day 21: Sihanoukville – Phnom Penh


Trip Grade: Moderate 


Trip Tips:
When hiring a moto or tuk-tuk, always establish the price first before starting off for your destination. You will be quoted a high price at first, so be prepared to haggle to get what you consider to be a fair price.


Best Travel Time:
There are two seasons in Cambodia, wet and dry. From early May to the end of October is the rainy season. It often rains heavily but for short periods of time, mostly later in the day or during the night, after which the sun returns. The rain cools the air and freshens up the lush green of the rice plantations. It is cooler in the dry season, which runs from early November to early February, when it starts heating up again, building to the hottest month of April. So the best time for rain lovers is between May and October and from November to early March for those who like it dry and cool.


For those interested in Cambodian arts and crafts, we highly recommend a visit to the NGO Artisans d’Angkor in Siem Reap. They operate a skill-training centre for women and men from rural areas and teach them skills such as silk dying and weaving, lacquering, stone carving and woodcarving. Tours of the workshops are provided in various languages, and you can see the artisans at work. They also have an excellent gift shop where you can purchase the crafts you saw being made. The entrance to Artisans d’Angkor shop is located on Stung Thmey St, off of Sivatha Blvd. The skill centre is on National Road 6 and from the shop, they can arrange a free return tuk tuk ride from Siem Reap town, and admission is also free of charge.

Day 1: Arriving Phnom Penh
Welcome your holiday in Cambodia! 
Upon your arrival time at Phnom Penh Ineternational Airport, rendezvous with your local Cambodian English speaking tour guide and transfer to the hotel for check in.Your guide will introduce Cambodia to you briefly about people, culture and life including with history. Today you after check in you will be free at your leisure or explore the city on your owned.

Overnight at your hotel in Phnom Penh

Day 2: Phnom Penh - Koh Dach Silk Island- Kampong Cham (Cycling 40Km)
Following breakfast, a short transfer to northeast of Phom Penh will take us to Koh Dach Mekong Island, renowned for the thousands of silk weavers and the quality of the silk they produce. The island itself is a rural paradise, an oasis of tranquility. Ferry embarks and across the Mekong River to the island, from here pick up your bicycles and enjoy cycling through the picturesque countryside and rice paddies. The dirt road is dusty at times, but you can still enjoy the beautiful scenery. Will make a stop at a local family and observe their hand made silk woven on their very old looms. You then get back on your bikes and use the ferry to cross the river, where we continue to peddle along the river bank. After finishing your ride at the pier, hop on the vehicle and transfer to Kampong Cham, a peaceful town on the Mekong River bank.

Overnight at your hotel in Kampong Cham
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included

Day 3: Kampong Cham - Kratie/Koh Trong (Cycling 90Km)
A full day cycling to Kratie, a little town on the Mekong river known for its viewing of the rare freshwater Irwaddy dolphins. After breakfast, starts cycling along the Mekong Trail. The ride takes us through one of the Mekong's 'biodiversity hot spots' where non-government organizations are working with local communities to survey and protect the biological richness of the river. The ride winds through rice paddies and small traditional Khmer villages. Parts of your cycling route are lined with sugar palm trees. Will stop along the way to visit a local family. Following lunch, you then continue cycling to the Mekong River Dolphin Sanctuary. Return to Kratie by your private airconditioning vehicle.

Overnight at Local Homestay at Koh Trong.
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included

Day 4: Kratie - Rattanakiri (Cycling 75Km)
Enjoy the early breakfast. Today the ride will bring us to Ratanakiri, which is Cambodia’s most remote province, wedged into the far north-east of the country between the Laos and Vietnamese borders. Here we will enjoy riding along the Mekong River, passing through the stunning Cambodian countryside with its rice paddies and Khmer traditional stilted houses. You also will transfer on the main road to Banlung is the capital of Ratanakiri

Overnight at Ratanakiri (Banlung) in hotel
Breakfast and  Lunch included

Day 5: Trek to Kaoh Piek (Boating 45minutes, Trekking 4-5hours)
Following breakfast at our hotel,you will depart to Tonle San River, embarking onto your private boat for a 45 minute cruise to Kaoh Piek. From here we trek through quiet jungle trails and footpaths. On the way we see some isolated farmhouses, cross a few streams, as well as a bamboo forest. Before we go to the rapids where we spent the first night, we have to climb a hill were we can enjoy a beautiful view above the jungle canopy. The Tonle San river shows her beauty as a green silver stream contrasting with the jungle and the remote mountains.

Overnight in Tent (Camping) or Hammock
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included

Day 6: Trek to Virachay National Park (Trekking 5hours)
After breakfast at the campsite will continue with trekking to further north. You'll follow the stream and try to spot the animal tracks of the local wildlife. The trek leads you through the forest and at the most northern point of the trek we are only 1 Km as the crow flies to reach the border of the Virachay National Park. We will enjoy lunch by a tranquil spot by a small stream, after which we visit some small farmhouses continuing southward until we reach the Tonle San river which we cross by a small boat. We arrive at the outpost were we spend the night. The outpost has a beautiful view over the Sesan river, the jungle and the mountains of the Virachey National Park.

Overnight in Tent (Camping) or Hammock
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner inclided

Day 7: Tonle San River kayaking downstream (Kayaking 4hours)
Enjoy with another breakfast in the National Park. Today will start with the kayaks and go downstream on the Tonle San river, which enters Cambodia from Vietnam. The river meanders its way through Ratanakiri and Stung Treng province. Following the downstream currents by kayak to Koah Piek. This is a village inhabited by the Kachah (one of the minority group lives in Cambodia), an indigenous people of the region. Will continue by walking to village and chatting on the way with the friendly villagers. The Kachah people have an interesting sacred cemetery, the graves being flanked with life size wooden statues. Afterward, return to the river and continue paddling down to Kachon. On the way we visit a Kreung village then rerurn to Back to Banlung.


Overnight in Ratanakiri (Banglung) at hotel
Breakfast and Lunch included

Day 8: Rattanakiri - Stung Treng - Siem Reap
Today will depart from the moutainous city after having breakfast. You'll be on the raod almost a full day drive to Siem Reap with three interesting places to see. There is time for early morning shopping at the Banlung market or to see the minority people travel to market for bartering their products before travel on scenic route to Siem Reap via Stung Streng. After passing Steung Treng will driving back to the jungle to have a quick exploration the amazing waterfall of Mekong River "sopheakmit waterfalls". Second stop will visit the Angkor  Era "Koh Ker temple Group", before arriving Siem Reap will discover the hidden temple of Beng Mealea.  

Overnight in Siem Reap at hotel
Breakfast and Lunch included

Day 9: Siem Reap - Angkor Wat (Cycling 27Km)
Another beautiful day starts with a dilicious breakfast at the hotel. Siem Reap is a small colonial town just north of Southeast Asia’s largest lake, Tonle Sap. The town itself is charming and pleasant enough to roam around, with some fine examples of French colonial architecture though modern developments, mostly in the form of hotels, has been developing fast here in recent years since the slow demise of the Khmer Rouge. Cycle to visit the jewel in the Angkor Archeological Park, the magnificent Angkor Wat temple. We also cycle between Angkor Wat and Phnom Bakeng, with stops at the South Gate, Death Gate, Bayon, Victory Gate, Terraces of Elephants and Leper King and explore the jungle temple where shooting Tomb Raider, Ta Promh. Will have lunch at the local restaurant in the park, late afternoon cycle back to Siem Reap passing the local street market. 

Overnight in Siem Reap at hotel
Breakfast and Lunch included

Day 10: Koulen mountain: Hike and bike (Cycling 50Km, Hikking: 1,5 hour)
Today we enjoy a bike and hike to explore Siem Reap and the surrounding area. We leave Siem Reap after breakfast and ride 36 Km to Koulen Mountain. You will love riding on the quiet dirt roads via Kravan temple, Bantey Kdei, Sras Srang and Phnom Bok. We drop off our bikes at Rattanak Tey Pagoda, and from here we conquer Koulen mountain by foot. After 88 steps we reach Pres Ang Chup and stop for a short break. After a well-earned rest, we continue 100 steps and 4Km to Reclinging Buddha (Pres Ang Thom) passing the River of 1000 Lingas. Here we can enjoy a picnic lunch near the waterfall. We hike back to the pagoda where our car is ready to transfer us to Siem Reap. 

Overnight in Siem Reap at hotel
Breakfast and Lunch included

Day 11: Travel Phnom Penh from Siem Reap
Early morning transfer by speed boat to Phnom Penh or travel by land from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh in the dry season. Upon arrival in Phnom Penh you will be greeeting and transfer to the hotel for check-in. After getting settled into your hotel, you will have free time for either optional tours or for leisure activities.

Remark: Speed boat from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh depend on the availability of the local condition, unless will travel by overland instead that will be taking about 6 hours.

Overnight in Phnom Penh at hotel
Breakfast and Lunch included

Day 12: Phnom Penh City Cycling Tour (cycling 35 Km)
After breakfast, we explore this bustling city's major sights on a bike tour. The tour will include the National Museum of Khmer Art where housing the collection from all over the country, the Royal Palace and the Silver Pagoda, the Toul Sleng Genocide Museum, and the Killing Fields. Is one of the Killing Field in Cambodia, between 1975 and 1978, about 17,000 men, women, children and infants (including nine westerners), detained and tortured at Tuol Sleng Museum (S-21), were transported to the extermination to death to avoid wasting precious bullets.

Overnight in Phnom Penh at hotel.
Breakfast and Lunch included.

Day 13: Phnom Penh – Takeo (cycle 75 Km)
After breakfast, we cycle through the rush-hour traffic of Phnom Penh or transfer by private vehicle, and then we get on the open road to Takeo. Takeo is often referred to as “the cradle of Cambodian civilization” and has several important pre-Angkorian sites from the 5th and the 8th century. You'll visit the Phnom Da Temple and Tonle Bati, as well as a few other temples. Always has some rest stops on the way that could dial/communicate with local people.

Overnight in TaKeo at hotel
Breakfast and Lunch included

Day 14: Takeo– Kep (Cycling 60Km)
After having the breakfast, it's time to go.
Your guide and driver will make a short transfer to the small twon of Chhouk and we set up the bike infront of the school then will continue on your bikes through Phnom Wor Mountain, passing the pepper farm, mango plantation as well as passing villages, after which continue along the foot of the mo Kep. Phnom Wor Mountain was one of the strongest Khmer Rouge military zoon while Cambodia was in the state of flux from 1979-1998 when you cycle through the area could immagine how it wa.  

Overnight in Kep at hotel
Breakfast and Lunch included

Day 15: Kep – Free Day
After breakfast at hotel the day is free for you to explore or relax. Kep was Cambodia's premier beach town, drawing holiday-makers to its breezy shores and nearby Bokor Hill Station in Kampot. Back in the day, luxurious villas of the privileged class dotted the seaside, but now remain as ruined vestiges of an earlier era, slowly being cleared away for new developments. You could explore beaches, jungle mountain, nearby caves or visit Rabbit Island (Koh Tunsay). Do not forget to explore the Crab Market in the morning. 

Overnight in Kep at hotel
Breakfast included

Day 16: Kep – Bokor Hillstation - Kampot (Cycling 65Km)
After breakfast at your hotel in Kep, starts your cycling from the hotel to Kampot, along the way could see the salt field and explore caves, stopping off at the market to for a short excursion. Kampot sits along the east side of the Kampong Bay River near the base of the Elephant Mountains and is of quite different character from the beach town of Sihanoukville. Kampot City is an old provincial capital of quiet lanes and colonial architecture, a bit worn but radiating a quaint, welcoming, small town ambiance . Continues on your way by bike to the foot of Bokor Hillstation then transfer back to Kampot at the end of the day.

Overnight in Kampot at hotel
Breakfast and Lunch included 

Day 17: Kampot – Chi Phat
Breakfast at the hotel, followed by a transfer to Chi Phat. The journey will take about 3 hours driving through the stunning Cambodian countryside, passing mountains and paddy fields. When we arrive at Phoum Andoung Theouk we will transfer by private boat to the eco community of Chi Phat. After checking in at our homestay we will explore the village on foot to see the lifestyle of the local community who live on the Cadamam Mountain Range.

Overnight in Local Homestay at Chi Phat Comminity 
Breakfast and Dinner included

Day 18: Chi Phat – Veal Ta Prak (Silver Field) Pond: (Boating 18km, Trekking 9.5 Km)
We leave at sunrise on our bird-watching trip on a motorboat and traditional rowing boat along the Steung Prat River. When arrived at Damnak Kos will start for trekking to Veal Ta Prak with your local guide. Lunch at O’Chonleas Pran (Refugee River) (by CBET forest cook); continue trekking to Antong Prang campsite near 2 small streams and a meadow. Evening walk to the nearby Veal Ta Prak pond to try and spot some of the local wildlife that use this watering hole. Return to the campsite you'll have dinner prepared again by the forest cook.

Overnight in Tent (camping)
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included

Day 19:Veal Ta Prak – Chi Phat – Sihanoukville (Trekking 12.5 Km)
Walk to the nearby Veal Ta Prak pond to try to spot some local wildlife. Breakfast will be at the campsite prepared by the forest cook after which will start trekking to the Veal Ta Prak junction and continue on to Chi Phat Commune where we will have lunch. In the afternoon we transfer by boat to Phum Andoung Chenh travelling on to Sihanoukville by private air-conditining vehicle.

Overnight in Sihanoukville at hotel
Breakfast, lunch and dinner included

Day 20: SIhanoukville – Free Day
After breakfast at the hotel, the day is free for you to explore or relax. Sihanoukville is Cambodia's premier beach town, sporting miles of white sand beaches, some excellent seafood, a heady party scene, and several nearby tropical islands. The town sits on a peninsula jutting into the warm waters of the Gulf of Thailand. Beaches of fine pearl-white sand line the shore around the peninsula, each offering its own unique character, from the busy and popular Ochheuteal Beach to the secluded chill-out far end of Otres Beach.

Overnight in Sihanoukville at hotel
Breakfast included

Day 21: Sihanoukville – Phnom Penh
Your Cambodia trip of 21 days has completed with ejoyable, exiting and experiences. Having your breakfast at the hotel, and there will be free time for you again, until your transfer to back Phnom Penh for the departure flight home (approximately 3.5 hours driving time to Phnom Penh).

Meals: Breakfast.

* Please note for checkout time at 12:00 noon.

End of Services with Multi - Adventure through Cambodia.

This tour is private and can be tailor-made to suit your travel needs. As a result the price is quoted in US dollars and shown on a per-person basis. The 'Price From' quoted above is for parties of 2, 4 and 6 people and for accommodation in 3 star hotels. The final price will be privately quoted, based on the number in your party, your preferred time of travel, grade of hotel and any additional services requested. Please click on the BOOK NOW button and fill in the booking form, after which one of our travel consultants will customize the best value holiday for you.


·         REMARKS:

We are aware that a good tour must have good hotels. In Indochina particularly, hotel price makes up most of the cost of your holiday in Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos. All of our prices are calculated on a twin-shared basis. As a guide, Travel Loops defines hotel grades as follows:


>>Superior Level (3 star hotels in good locations): > 60 USD/room/night
>>Deluxe Level (4 star hotels): > 110 USD/room/night
>>Luxury Level (5 star hotels): > 180 USD/room/night.

Price based on twin shared accommodation.
Tour price is indicative only, please enquire for a detailed quotation.
More people means more discount. Please enquire for more details

Tour prices based on superior level (3 Star Hotel)

Group Size Tour Price Per Person in US$ based on sharing a Twin/Double room 
2 Person $3020
4 Person $2125
6 Person $2109



  • Experienced English speaking guide throughout
  • Private transportation by air-conditioned vehicle
  • Accommodation in double/twin sharing rooms with daily breakfast
  • Meals as mentioned in the itinerary
  • Boat excursion at the floating village
  • Bottled drinking water for sightseeing
  • All sightseeing entrance fee where required in the itinerary.
  • Quality Mountain bike and helmet



  • International/domestic airfares & tax
  • Visa fees (US$30). You are able to apply by online for tourist cambodia via just click here
  • Travel Insurance. (We highly recommend purchasing travel insurance from home)
  • Personal expenditure (telephone, laundry, shopping and so on…)
  • Tips for guide, driver, porters and project cost
  • Beverage and alcoholic drinks
  • Any other services not clearly mentioned on itinerary and trip inclusive portion.


REMARKS: If you travel between 23 December 2015 to 03 January 2016 and 06 February to 10 February 2016; above tour price has not including the additional surcharge of peak season, compulsory dinner on 24 and 31 December may need to apply.



The hotels listed below are just our suggestions offering the best value for this trip., but Travel Loops also offers more options to cater for different grades, personal taste, and budget. Please let us know if you have any specific choice of hotels, or personal preferences/requirements.


Note: Our first choice for each level of accommodation has been highlighted in orange. As mentioned above our selection criteria are based on: prior client reviews, hotel management and staff training, facilities maintenance, location, business relationship and advantages given exclusively to our clients on price and service.

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