Cambodia Tours & Holidays

Small Group Tours & Tailor-Made Holidays


Cambodia is a land of rich contrasts which has overcome its turbulent recent past to reinvent itself as one of the best travel destinations in Southeast Asia. Our Cambodia tours offer guests a fantastic combination of adventure, romance and culture in a country that was once the beating heart of the Khmer Empire - Southeast Asia’s most powerful medieval kingdom.

From the jungle-shrouded temples of Angkor, to the mountain-fringed beaches of the south, the country presents a breath-taking ...

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Group tours

Travel to Cambodia with like-minded people on one of our small group tours (usually max size 12), featuring knowledgeable local guides and an expert tour leader.


Whether you want to travel on one of our award-winning itineraries or build your own journey from scratch, our expert consultants will help create the perfect tour for your tastes and budget. Below are a few suggestions of the kind of trips we can offer, all of which can be tailored to you.




Empower young female tour guides

Empower young female tour guides

Journey off the beaten track on the back of a scooter with a local MotoGirl guide and explore the outskirts of Phnom Penh. Cross the Tonle Sap River by ferry to visit Silk Island and gain a unique insight into rural living and local silk-making.

Cycle hidden temples of Angkor Wat

Cycle hidden temples of Angkor Wat

Explore some of the lesser-known ancient temples of Angkor by bicycle, following hidden routes and pathways through the magical jungle, followed by a delicious lunch overlooking the royal bathing pool of Sra Srang.

Sample real local nightlife

Sample real local nightlife

Soak up the hustle and bustle of Road 60. Learn about contemporary Cambodian cuisine and culture and fill up on local treats in this popular area. Sample Khmer fruits, deep fried beetles and enjoy some of the tastiest barbeque in town.

Support talented acrobats

Support talented acrobats

Visit Phare Ponleu Selpak, one of Cambodia’s favourite social enterprises. Learn about the organisations rich history and tour the fine arts gallery and exhibitions on campus. Witness practicing artists and an evening circus show performed by senior students.

Soak up historic and cultural Kep

Soak up historic and cultural Kep

A former premier beach town in the 1960s, Kep today inspires adventurous travellers seeking a rustic and relaxed tropical atmosphere. From abandoned colonial villas to famous crab shacks on coastal roads, this tour provides the perfect introduction to Kep.

Indulge in a private island

Indulge in a private island

Experience the stunning Song Saa Private Island. Discover the natural fauna, flora and ecosystems that exist here and learn about the local conservation projects working to maintain these stunning ‘sweetheart’ islands.



Battambang is Cambodia's second most populous city and the capital city of the Battambang province. It gets far fewer visitors than Phnom Penh or Siem Reap, however is an interesting destination with ...

Phnom Penh

Situated at the junction of the Mekong, Basak and Tonle Sap Rivers, Cambodia's capital Phnom Penh is a cosmopolitan city, with a fading French influence. This city with its turbulent past blends the influences ...

Siem Reap

Nestled between rice paddies and stretched along the Siem Reap River, Siem Reap is a small colonial town lying just north of Southeast Asia's largest lake, Tonle Sap. The town itself is charming and pleasant ...

Kep & Kampot

To the south of Phnom Penh not far from the Vietnam border lie the riverside town of Kampot and seaside town of Kep. Renowned for its pepper trees, Kampot has a relaxed atmosphere and some fine French ...

The Islands

Once overlooked in favour of the neighbouring Thai islands, Cambodia's southern coast is now home to some of Asia's most exclusive and luxurious properties. Set within the beautiful waters of the Gulf ...


Premium | Boutique Hotel

Jaya House River Park, Siem Reap

Enjoying a tranquil setting along the banks of the Siem Reap River, Jaya House River Park is hidden amongst spacious gardens just a short distance from the town centre. By far one of our firm…
Premium | Boutique Hotel

Knai Bang Chatt, Kep

Founded by two Belgians, who fell in love with Cambodia during a holiday in 2003, the 3 villas were transformed into Knai Bang Chatt, now a hidden hideaway. Located in the fishing village of Kep, right…
Superior | Boutique Hotel

Mulberry Boutique Hotel, Siem Reap

Nestled in the heart of Siem Reap, enjoy your own oasis tucked away from the main street. The garden is a tropical paradise which leads to the different rooms and suites suited to any kind of visitor.…
Superior | Boutique Hotel

Pavilion Hotel, Phnom Penh

The Pavilion is a simple 10 room guesthouse centrally located near to Phnom Penh Royal Palace, offering great views of the Botum Royal Pagoda.  Allegedly built by the Queen Kossamak in order to live…
Luxury | Resort

Phum Baitang Resort, Siem Reap

By far one of our favourite properties in Cambodia, the stunning Phum Baitang, which translates as ‘’green village’’, offers you an experience like no other. Spread across eight acres of land just…
Luxury | Hotel

Raffles Grand Hotel D'Angkor, Siem Reap

Raffles Grand Hotel D'Angkor is one of our favourite properties in all of Southeast Asia, and is one of those spots you just want to come back to. Although large, this luxurious and classic property…
Premium | Boutique Hotel

Sala Lodges, Siem Reap

Dreamt up and designed by South East Asia enthusiasts, Sala Lodges capitalises on its simplicity to create a sense of absolute luxury, ideal for welcoming guests with exacting yet relaxed standards.…
Luxury | Tented Camp

Shinta Mani Wild, Sihanoukville

Shinta Mani Wild is a luxury tented camp created in cooperation with Wildlife Alliance and the Cambodian Government. Bill Bensley, worldwide designer and owner of Shinta Mani Hotels, discovered the…
Luxury | Resort

Six Senses Krabey Island, Krabey Island

Escape to Krabey Island and the Six Senses Resort. The 12-hectare private resort is only a 15 minute boat ride from the mainland yet provides an intimate, romantic island escape. Spread over the island…

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Cambodia has a climate that is warm all year round, but it does have distinct seasons. The dry season runs from November to May with the first half being cool and the second, March to May, being hot and humid. The wet season is between June and October. The daytime temperature will generally be 30-40 degrees so hats and sunscreen all round!


Health and Vaccinations 

There are no mandatory immunisations for travellers to Cambodia though you should be up to date with Typhoid, Tetanus, Polio and Hepatitis A. Malaria is present in some parts of Cambodia. Please note we are not medical professionals and so we highly recommend you seek advice from your local GP or travel centre as to the correct immunisations and preventative treatments. 


In Cambodia the official unit of currency is the Riel. This is a closed currency and can only be exchanged in country. However, majority of businesses deal with US Dollars, the unofficial currency throughout Cambodia, so we advise to take USD in cash.  

To check out the latest exchange rate for the places that you are visiting you can go to 

Cultural Sensitivity 

 On our tours you will frequently interact with local people, each with their own distinct customs and traditions. We therefore ask you to be considerate and to treat them with respect. Your tour-leaders and guides will always be able to advise you accordingly.  

Overall Cambodia is very liberal towards travellers and their ways, but we always recommend that modest dress should be adopted for both sexes when exploring local areas. The region is predominantly Buddhist and so especially when visiting temples or monasteries you will need to cover your legs and shoulders. Do not wear hats in religious buildings, never touch anyone on the head and do not point your feet towards them (this would be an insult to a monk particularly). Also avoid eating within religious buildings. Generally, when entering a temple sanctuary, house or even guesthouse, you should remove your shoes. This will be apparent by the pile of shoes outside!   

At Wild Frontiers we are very aware of the ethical impact tourism can have on ancient cultures. We realise that taking tourists through such a region can have a negative impact on the lives of those who live there and on all our tours we therefore go to great lengths to minimise the negative and accentuate the positive…after all, there are also many good things that the tourist can bring. 

To help this process we ask that our clients do not hand out pens or sweets to children. As one sign in Egypt emphatically put it, ‘Please don't make beggars out of our children!' No matter how well intentioned, in our opinion the dolling out of free gifts fosters a ‘beggar mentality' that is ultimately extremely destructive to a society. In addition, we do not condone giving out money to beggars or ‘students'.  

However, we also realise that we are exceptionally privileged to be travelling in areas where most of the people have far less than us and that the desire to ‘help' can be very powerful. As a result, we ask that you refer to the Responsible Travel section of this document which highlights the Wild Frontiers Foundation, which supports specific projects in the areas where we travel.  


 Language & Religion 

 80% of the Cambodia’s population speaks the Khmer language, which is the official language. Other languages spoken include Chinese, Vietnamese and Cham. French was once the language of government in Indochina and is still spoken by many older Cambodians. Buddhism is the majority religion in Cambodia, with 96% being Theravada Buddhist. The other minorities are Islam and Christianity. 



Cambodia is 7 hours ahead of GMT. 

A useful website to check the time zone differences is 


Food and drink 

Rice is the foundation for meals, and almost all dishes are cooked with fresh ingredients such as vegetables, freshwater fish, poultry, duck, pork, beef or water buffalo. Lime juice, lemon grass and fresh coriander give the food its characteristic tang, and various fermented fish concoctions are used to salt the food. Hot chillies, garlic, mint, ground peanuts, tamarind juice, ginger and coconut milk are other seasonings. 

In terms of alcohol, the local beers are good and reasonable wine can also be found, although they can be expensive by comparison. Most spirits are also generally available but watch out for those priced very cheaply as the quality will definitely leave you with a lasting headache the next day! 

Travelling Solo In Cambodia

All of our small group tours are designed to cater for solo travellers: the number of solo travellers will vary from tour to tour, but usually over half will be travelling alone. Get all of the excitement of discovering new places combined with the security of travelling with an organised group, with like minded people.