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  • Special Tour Packages in Cambo Special Tour Packages in Cambodia

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      TOUR FEE AND CONDITION

             (Valid Till 31st Dec, 2014)

       
         

       

       

      NATURE TOURS                                                            

      PHNOM PENH, CAMBODIA

      Address           : #7 D, Street 258,Phnom Penh,Cambodia

      Mobile             : (+855) 97 8638839 / (+855) 68-366616

      Skype              : va.sokhan

      E-MAIL            : naturetour83@gmail.com

      E-mail             : naturetourscam@gmail.com

      Web-site         : www.naturetourscam.blogspot.com                                                                                           

                                                                                                                                           

      LEISURE PACKAGES

       

      TOUR NAME                                   DURATION              CODE              TOUR FEE

      PHNOM PENH TOUR                       

      Heritage & Sites

      PHNOM PENH MORNING TOUR         4 Hours              LP –M1          $ 29.00 USD /Head

       

      Heritage & Sites

      PHNOM PENH AFTER NOON TOURS   4 Hours             LP- A2           $ 29.00 USD/Head

      Heritage & Sites

      PHNOM PENH, 1 DAY TOURS          1 Day Tour         LP-M1+A2      $ 49.00 USD/Head

      SIEM REAP TOUR

      Heritage & Traditions   

      SIEM REAP, 1 DAY TOURS              1 Day Tour        SLP-A2    $ 49.00 USD/Head

      Heritage & Sites

      2 DAY 1 NIGHT IN SIEM REAP         2 Days-1 Night      SLP1     $ 99 USD/Head                  

       

      ANGKOR HIGHLIGHTS, CAMBODIA     3 days 2 nights     LP-02   $ 109 USD / Head              

      Heritage & Sites

      ANGKOR, CAMBODIA                       4 days 3 Nights    LP-03   $ 129 USD / Head

      Heritage & Traditions                             

      FOREMOST CAMBODIA                     5 days 4 nights   LP-04   $ 159 USD / Head

      KOH KONG TOUR (SEA SIDE)

      Phnom Penh-Koh Kong                                    

      CAMBODIA – BY LAND AND SEASIDE   3 days, 2 nights  LP-05   $ 139 USD / Head

      Phnom Penh-Koh Kong

      CAMBODIA – By LAND AND SEASIDE   4 days 3 nights   LP-06    $ 159 USD / Head

      KOM PONG SOM TOUR (SIHANOUK VILLE SEA SIDE)

       

      Phnom Penh- Kom Pong Som

      CAMBODIA – By LAND AND SEASIDE 2 Days-1 Nights   LP-07     $ 99.00 USD / Head

       

      MONDULKIRI TOUR (ECO-TOUR)

       

      Phnom Penh- Mondulkiri

      CAMBODIA – By LAND TOUR          3 Days-2 Nights   LP-08        $ 109.00 USD/ Head 

      RATANKIRI TOUR (ECO-TOUR)

      Phnom Penh- Ratanakiri      

      CAMBODIA – By LAND TOUR         4 Days-3 Nights    LP-09         $ 125.00 USD / Head

      Phnom Penh-Mondulkiri-Ratanakiri  6 Days-5 Nights    LP-10         $ 209.00 USD / Head

      CAMBODIA- By Land

      Note: The above list of tour packages is limited to the most popular tours. We have many more tours to offer, please contact us for more information.        

      PROGRAM                  : PHNOM PENH MORNING TOUR 

      TOUR CODE               : LP –M1

      Place to visit : Phnom Penh City                                                                          

      Starting Time           : 8:00 AM    Return            : 12:00 PM (Min 5 person Joint tours)

      Price                          : $ 30.00 USD                     Adult

                                         $ 15 .00 USD                      Children

      Tour duration           : 4 hours

      Pick up Time             : 7:00 AM

      Payment                    : Cash in USD only

      Included                    : 1- Car with air-con

                                            2- English, Thai, Japanese, and entrance fee.

       

       

      ***** German, Spanish, French, Russian, and Italian guide subject to availability at extra charge $ 30.00 USD/ per group.

       

      PHNOM PENH MORNING TOUR

      ITINERARY:

       

      A great tour experiencing the highlights Of Phnom Penh are giving a fabulous insight to the city and its historical sight.We begin with the Wat Phnom, The place where Phnom Penh. got its name from, our tour guide will reveal the full story of this city, from there we drive along Sisowath Quay which allow you to enjoy the unique river front view of Tonle Chak tomuk,we continue our visit to the Independent Monument ,which is build for enjoy o the success in setting the country free from French colony, From hear we drive to the terrifying Toul sleng Genocide Museum, This place reveals the sad and shocking history for the Khmer in the last few decades. the final leg of our is to travel along Mao Tse Toung Blvd,Then turn to Monireth  Blvd,and continue to the famous Charles De Gaulle Blvd,Then will allow you to have a full view  of this bussy dusty Phnom Penh, back to Monivong Blvd, End Of Tours.

       

      PROGRAM                  : PHNOM PENH AFTER NOON TOURS

      TOUR CODE               : LP- A2

      Place to Visit            : Phnom Penh City  

      Started Time            : 2:00 PM                               Return            : 05:00 PM (Min 5 person Joint Tours)

      Price                           : $ 30.00 USD                        Adult

                                            $ 15.00 USD                        Child

      Tour duration           : 4 hours

      Pick up Time             : 1:00 PM

      Payment                    : Cash in USD only

      Included                    : 1- Car with air-con

                                            2- English, Thai, Japanese, and entrance fee.

      ******* German, Spanish, French, Russian, and Italian guide subject to availability at extra charge $ 30.00 USD / per group.

       

      PHNOM PENH AFTERNOON TOURS

      ITINERARY:

       

      A great discovering tours of the rich Khmer Arts.Architecture and culture.The tours start at about 2.30 PM We head to silver pagoda ,which is located within the royal palace terrain, in addition you will also have a chance to discover the Royal Palace .From there we continue our tour to visit National Museum ,a red and elegant looking building ,which is located outer to the East of Royal palace .you will surprise  with the Amazing Khmer Arts, that have been collected from all over the country, which are available on display in this Museum, lately we continue this tour along the beautiful Chak Tomuk river,side to Visit the Ounalom monastery, back to your departure point and the tour end here ,End of tour.




      PROGRAM                  : PHNOM PENH, PHNOM CHISO AND TONLE BATI 1 DAY TOURS.

      TOUR CODE               : LP-M1+A2

      Place to Visit            : Phnom Penh & Tonle Bati

      Started Time            : 8:00 AM            Return : 05:00 PM (MIN 5 Person Joint Tours)

      Price                           : $ 49.00 USD    Adult

                                            $ 29.00 USD    Child

      Tour duration           : 7 HOURS

      Pick up Time             : 7:00 AM

      Payment                    : Cash in USD only

      Included                  : 1- Car with air-con

                                     2- English, Thai, Japanese, and entrance fee.

                                     3- 1 lunch at local restaurant.

      *******German, Spanish, French, Russian, and Italian guide subject to availability at extra charge USD 30 / per group.

      ITINERARY:

      Today excursion will allow you to observe Other precious Heritage of the Khmer Empire.The tours start at 8:00 AM in the morning heading toward Ta Keo  Province along national road number 2 .the tour will stop first

       Tonle Bati, which is the home to two 12th century temple Ta Prohm temples and Prasat Yeay Peo build close to Bati lake by the king Jayavarman VII .Tonle Bati is the Beautiful lake is Popular among locals for its breezy and tranquil atmosphere.Tonle bati is 42 Km south of Phnom Penh,takes about 1 hours by car.we have lunch at Tonle Bati floating house before continue our tour to Phnom Chiso and other 20 km fro Tonle Bati ,Phnom Chiso is a hill top with many building from difference eras including the temple of Suryagiri from 11 century ,Enjoy tremendous view over the surround plains. On the way. Back we visit another famous temple of prasat Neang Khmau,which is not far from Phnom Chiso.Transfer back to departure point ,tour end here.

       

       

      PROGRAM 4              : SIEM REAP-ANKOR THOM-BAYON –SIEM REAP

      PACKAGE TOUR 1 DAY TRIP IN SIEM REAP

      TOUR CODE               : SLP-A2

      Place to Visit            : Siem Reap & Angkor

      Starting Time           : 8:00 AM                               Return            : 05:00 PM (Min 5 person Join tours)

      Price                           : $ 49.00 USD                        Adult

                                            $ 29.00 USD                        Child

      Tour duration           : 7 hours

      Pick up Time             : 7:00 AM

      Payment                    : Cash in USD only

      Included                    : 1- car with air-con

                                            2- English, Thai, Japanese, and entrance fee.

                                            3- 1 lunch at local restaurant.

      *** German, Spanish, French, Russian, and Italian guide subject to availability at extra charge$ 30 USD / per group.                                                                                                                             

      Excluded                 : Cambodia Visa Fee, air-ticket and airport tax, Personal Expense, Sorft drink, Tip Guide and Driver

      ITINERARY:

       

      Welcome at Siem Reap Air-Port ,Visit South gate of Ankor Thom

       ( Bayon , Baphoun, Elephant terrace, Lepe king ,Royal Palace,,

      Visit Ta Prohm Temple ,Lunch at local restaurant ,

      Visit the wonderful heritage Angkor Wat temples, Transfer to siem Reap

       Air-port for departure flight to Phnom penh.End of Tour.

       

       

       

                        

       

       

       

       

       

                                                                                                     

       

      PROGRAME               : 2 DAY 1 NIGHT IN SIEM REAP

      TOUR CODE               : SLP1

      Place to Visited        : Siem Reap

      ITINERARY:

      DAY 1- ARRIVAL IN SIEM REAP (L, D,)

      *Arrival at Siem Reap Air-port transfer for sightseeing ,

      *visit south gate of Angkor Thom ,Bayon temple complex,

      *Lunch at local restaurant ,after lunch continue tour to visit

      *Angkor Wat temple complex and enjoy watching sunset on Phnom Bakheng

      *Dinner and overnight at hotel.

      DAY 2- DEPARTURE FROM SIEM REAM(B, L,D)                                                                                 

      - after breakfast at hotel,visit Banteay Srey temple ,and Lucnh at Local Restaurant ,free time for shopping and transfer to the Air-port for departure. End of Tour.

      PROGRAM 6              : Angkor Highlights – Heritage & Sites (3 DAYS / 2 NIGHTS)

      TOUR CODE               : LP-02

      Places to visit           : Siem Reap & Angkor.

      Description

      This is a shorter tour to visit the main and most interesting sites of the Angkor area. As well as introducing you to the small and grand circuit of Angkor, including the monumental inner royal city of Angkor Thom and sublime Angkor Wat temple complex, it also covers Banteay Srei and Phnom Bakhaeng. This journey is perfect for those individuals or families who wish to discover the majesty of Angkor, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that has become one of the world’s must-see ancient wonders.

      Highlights

      • Discover the stunning temples of Angkor, including stately Angkor Thom and intricate Banteay Srei
      • Experience first-hand the mysterious tree-engulfed monuments of Ta Prohm
      • See the film locations used in the Hollywood blockbuster – Tomb Raider
      • Gaze in wonder at the giant stone faces of Bayon state temple
      • Treat yourself to a refreshing and relaxing time at an oriental spa

      Program


      Day 1: Angkor & Siem Reap

      Upon arrival at Siem Reap airport, you’ll be met by your guide and transferred to the hotel. In the afternoon, enjoy an excursion to Banteay Srei, which dates back to 967 AD. The temple is dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva and is famed for the intricate friezes carved into its red sandstone walls. On the way back, we will visit Banteay Samre, which was built during Suryarvaman II’s rule in the middle of the 12th century. Next on the itinerary are three impressive temples from the 10th century – Eastern Mebon, Pre Rup and Prasat Kravan. Explore the intricate and ingenious designs. The first day concludes with panoramic views of the sunset and Angkor Wat from temple mountain Phnom Bakhaeng (900 AD). This is followed by your first night’s stay in Siem Reap.

       

       

       

       

       

      Day 2: Angkor & Siem Reap

      After breakfast, we begin the second day with a visit to the awe-inspiring Angkor Thom or ‘Great City’. This will include many of the finest Temples of King Jayavarman VII, who ruled from 1181-
      1220. At the southern gate of Angkor Thom, you will marvel at the imposing 23-metre high stone faces of Avalokiteshvara, which featured in the Tomb Raider movie. These astonishing carvings inspire awe and wonder in the beholder. At the centre of this citadel lies the state temple of Bayon, which we will also visit. This temple-mountain, built at the end of the 12th century, is adorned with hundreds of gigantic stone faces. This tour also includes the Terrace of Elephants, the Terrace of the Leper King and the 12 identical towers of Prasat Suor Prat.
      Later in the day you will discover the most famous temples from the 11th century: Baphuon, Phimeanakas, North Khleang and South Khleang. In the afternoon we will begin our explorations of magnificent Angkor Wat, built under Suryavarman II, and the Ta Prohm complex, which dates back to Jayavarman VII’s reign (1181-1220). We then head to Siem Reap for your second night’s stay.

      Day 3: Angkor & Siem Reap

      On the third and final day, we will spend the morning visiting other important temples of Jayavarman VII: Preah Khan, Neak Pean, Ta Prom. This will be followed by transfer to the airport and your return flight.

      PROGRAME               : Angkor – Heritage & Traditions (4 DAYS / 3 NIGHTS)

      TOUR CODE               : LP-03

      Place to Visited        : Siem Reap

      ITINERARY

      Description

      This is the most popular program for visiting Angkor. It allows visitors to see much of what is worth knowing about the extraordinary Khmer civilization and its temples. You will discover the best sites along the small and grand Angkor circuits, including the temples of Angkor Thom and Angkor Wat, and also visit the Roluos complex and Banteay Srei. The visitors will learn how traditional Angkor crafts are made and see how these ancient skills are being preserved. All in all, it’s a great introduction to Cambodia’s ancient wonders!

      Highlights

      • Discover the stunning Temples of Angkor area in and outside Siem Reap
      • See traditional dancing shows including the unique and graceful Apsara dancers
      • Enjoy a boat excursion to floating villages - the real ‘water world’
      • Visit an arts showroom and watch local artisans train at the National Silk Weaving Centre
      • Treat yourself to a refreshing and relaxing time at an oriental spa

      Program


      Day 1: Welcome to Angkor & Siem Reap

      Upon arrival at Siem Reap airport, you’ll be picked up by your guide and transferred to the hotel. Your Angkor explorations begin in the afternoon with a visit to the 9th century Roluos temples – Preah Ko, Bakong and Lolei. The first day concludes with panoramic views of the sunset from temple mountain Phnom Bakhaeng , which dates back to 900 AD and overlooks Angkor Wat. This is followed by your first night’s stay in Siem Reap.


      Day 2: Angkor & Siem Reap

      After breakfast, enjoy an excursion to Banteay Srei (967 AD). The temple is dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva and is famed for the intricate friezes carved into its red sandstone walls. On the way back, we will visit Banteay Samre, which was built during Suryarvaman II’s rule in the middle of the 12th century. Next on the itinerary are three impressive temples from the 10th century – Eastern Mebon, Pre Rup and Prasat Kravan. Explore their intricate and ingenious designs. After lunch, we begin our discovery of the magnificent Angkor Wat temple complex built under Suryavarman II and Ta Prohm which dates back to Jayavarman VII’s reign from 1181-1220. We then head to Siem Reap for your second night’s stay.


      Day 3: Angkor & Siem Reap

      After breakfast, we begin the second day with a visit to the awe-inspiring Angkor Thom or ‘Great City’. This will include many of the finest Temples of King Jayavarman VII, who ruled from 1181-1220. At the southern gate of Angkor Thom, you will marvel at the imposing 23-metre high stone faces of Avalokiteshvara, which featured in the Tomb Raider movie. These astonishing carvings inspire awe and wonder in all who view them. At the centre of this citadel lies the state temple of Bayon, which we will also visit. This temple-mountain, built at the end of the 12th century, is adorned with hundreds of gigantic stone faces. This tour also includes the Terrace of Elephants, the Terrace of the Leper King and the 12 identical towers of Prasat Suor Prat.
      Later in the day you will discover the most famous temples from the 11th century: Baphuon, Phimeanakas, North Khleang and South Khleang. In the afternoon we will begin our explorations of magnificent Angkor Wat, built under Suryavarman II, and photograph the famously eerie silk cotton tree roots as they slowly cover the Ta Prohm temple from Jayavarman VII’s reign.
      The afternoon’s activities include visiting the other important temples of Jayavarman VII: Preah Khan, Neak Pean, and Ta Prom. In the evening we will visit the Apsara Theatre to enjoy a fine Khmer dinner and traditional dances. Then back to the hotel to stop overnight in Siem Reap.

      Day 4: Angkor & Siem Reap

      On the final morning, you will love the cool and relaxing boat trip on Tonle Sap Lake. Here we will visit the floating villages of Chong Kneas commune. The trip also includes stops at the showrooms and workshops of traditional craftsman and artisans of Angkor. From here you will be transferred to the airport and your return flight.

      PROGRAME               : FOREMOST – Heritage & Sites (5 DAYS / 4 NIGHTS)

      TOUR CODE               : LP-04

      Place to Visited        : Siem Reap-Cambodia

      ITINERARY

      Description

      This journey introduces the individual or family visitors to the most popular tourism destinations and attractions of Cambodia. It begins in Phnom Penh, the capital city of Cambodia with its beautiful tree-shaded avenues, old colonial houses, museums, pagodas and is a splendid palace worth visiting. The city was once called the jewel of Southeast Asia and it’s easy to see why even today. Since the 1960s, Phnom Penh has suffered difficult times, which have prevented the capital from becoming a “modernised” city. Today Phnom Penh is being re-born whilst preserving its heritage and traditional way of life.

      On the way to Angkor, visitors will discover the traditional life of Cambodian people in the countryside and the wonders of ancient Khmer crafts. Once in Siem Reap, you will tour the stunning Angkor temples at one of the largest archaeological sites in the world, which stretches some 400 km2. The site has pristine forest area, splendid man-made lakes and magnificent remnants from the different capitals of the Khmer Empire, which dates from the 9th to the 15th century. It includes the legendary Temple of Angkor Wat and the astounding Bayon with its gigantic stone faces.

      Highlights

      • Discover the legendary Angkor temple comples
      • Visit the National Museum, Silver pagoda, Royal palace and Wat Phnom pagoda
      • Enjoy the traditional dancing show including the famed and graceful Apsara dancers
      • Cruise on a boat excursion to floating villages – the real ‘water world’
      • Treat yourself to a refreshing and relaxing time at an oriental spa

      Program
      Day 1: Welcome to Phnom Penh

      after arriving at Pochenthong airport in Phnom Penh, you will be picked up by your guide and
      transferred to the hotel. Soon after, you will begin to discover why the Cambodia’s capital city was once called the jewel of Southeast Asia. Your city explorations begin with a visit to the National Museum and see some of the wonderful antiquities from the Khmer civilization. This will be followed by trips to the remarkable Silver Pagoda, a tour of the Royal Palace with its ornate grandeur, and Wat Phnom pagoda. Then we return to your hotel for the first night’s stay in Phnom Penh.
      Day 2: Siem Reap & Angkor

      After breakfast, you will be transferred to airport and fly to Siem Reap. Your Angkor explorations begin in the morning with a visit to the 9th century Roluos temples – Preah Ko, Bakong and Lolei. More discoveries await you in the afternoon with a visit to three impressive temples from the 10th century – Eastern Mebon, Pre Rup and Prasat Kravan. Here you can marvel at their intricate and ingenious designs. There is also time to take in the canals and waterways of ancient Takeo province. The first day concludes with panoramic views of Cambodia’s spectacular sunsets and Angkor Wat from temple mountain, Phnom Bakhaeng, dating back to 900 AD. This is followed by your first night’s stay in Siem Reap.

      Day 3: Angkor

      After breakfast, enjoy a morning excursion to Banteay Srei, a temple which dates back to 967 AD. The temple is dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva and is famed for the intricate friezes carved into its red sandstone walls. On the way back, we will visit Banteay Samre, which was built during Suryarvaman II’s rule in the middle of the 12th century. In the afternoon you will have a chance to discover the pride of Cambodia’s heritage – the majestic temples of Angkor Wat and Ta Prohm. Then stay overnight in Siem Reap.

      Day 4: Siem Reap

      After breakfast, we begin day four with a visit to one of the jewels of Cambodia – the awe-inspiring Angkor Thom or ‘Great City’. This will include many of the finest Temples of King Jayavarman VII, who ruled from 1181-1220. At the southern gate of Angkor Thom, you will marvel at the imposing 23-metre high stone faces of Avalokiteshvara, which featured in the Tomb Raider movie. These astonishing carvings inspire awe and wonder in all who view them. At the centre of this citadel lies the state temple of Bayon, which we will also visit. This temple-mountain, built at the end of the 12th century, is adorned with hundreds of gigantic stone faces. This tour also includes the Terrace of Elephants, the Terrace of the Leper King and the 12 identical towers of Prasat Suor Prat.

      Later in the day you will discover some of the most famous temples from the 11th century: Baphuon, Phimeanakas, North Khleang and South Khleang. You will also visit the other important temples of Jayavarman VII: Preah Khan, Neak Pean, Ta Prom. The evening is given over to entertainment – a visit to the Apsara Theatre to enjoy a fine Khmer dinner and traditional dances. Then it’s back to the hotel for your final night in Siem Reap.
      Day 5: Siem Reap

      On the fifth morning, you will enjoy a cool and relaxing boat trip on Tonle Sap Lake. Here we will visit the floating villages of Chong Kneas commune. In the afternoon we will transfer you to the airportyou’re your return flight.

      PROGRAME               : PHNOM PENH-KOH KONG (3 DAYS / 2 NIGHTS)

      TOUR CODE               : LP-05

      Place to Visited        : KOH KONG-CAMBODIA

       

      ITINERARY

      Description

      Day1 - Phnom Penh - Koh Kong

      Morning:

      To With our expert guide, you will get to know may types of significant things such as the advantage of mangrove rice field and mountain lines that surrounding Cambodia and you will be seen directly by your own when you reached the Koh Kong. You need to spend the whole morning from Phnom Penh to Koh Kong. Then, you will have lunch at the local restaurant in the city.

      Afternoon:

      Tatai waterfall is the first eyes spot for you after the beautiful life. And the Beoung Ka Yak that full of mangrove trees make you feel as you are in the paradise when you still alive. On the other hand, to the Beoung Ka Yak you will stay and enjoy your life in both evening time and night time to see the difference views between day and night, especially, the most beautiful sightseeing and fresh air.

      Day2 - Around Koh Kong

      Morning:

      Breakfast is one thing that everybody needs to have in the morning, after this, our expert guide will be pleased sending you to the market that is located at the border Cambodia-Thailand. And then, turn the journey to the “Safari World” (Provincial Wild Park) that you will be happy and be ridiculous to the dolphins, monkeys, tigers, crocodiles, seals, peacock, and parrot gesture (like the clowns).

      After that, you will have lunch in at the restaurant in the park of the Safari World.

      Afternoon:

      After a big laugh from the animals, we will bring you to a fishing village (Bak Klorng Village). The village is densely so important for Koh Kong province for the sea fishing.

      To be continued, turn the trip to the city to have dinner and rest overnight there.

      Day3 - Koh Kong – Koh Por - Phnom Penh

      Morning:

      After breakfast, you are going to Koh Por by the express boat, you will see beautiful waterfall, beautiful trees on the side of the tributaries and you can take a lot of beautiful pictures that are created from small and big trees like mangrove jungles, and natures. The beauty of these natures is so beautiful beyond of our description… After this magnificent trip, we will bring you to have lunch at the recognize restaurant in the local area.

      Afternoon:

      Before living for Phnom Penh, we cannot forget to bring you to the Thmor Roung (Cave Rock), then, we will take the journey to Phnom Penh by bringing with great unforgettable memories and pleasant.

       
      PROGRAME               : PHNOM PENH-KOH KONG (4 DAYS / 3 NIGHTS)

      TOUR CODE               : LP-06

      Place to Visit            : SEA SIDE-Cambodia

       

      ITINERARY

      Description

      Day 1: Phnom Penh-Koh Kong
      Morning departure for Koh Kong, stop to see  Ta Tay waterfall. And contine the trip to Koh Kong. Check in the resort. Time free. Overnight at the hotel in Ko Kong.

      Day 2: Koh Kong (B)
      After breakfast at hotel, Time at leisure on Koh Kong Beach. Overnight at the hotel in Ko Kong.

      Day 3: Koh Kong (B)
      After breakfast at hotel, Time at leisure on Koh Kong Beach. Overnight at the hotel in Ko Kong.

       

       

       

      Day 4: Koh Kong –Departure (B)
      After breakfast at hotel, ransfer to YamYeam border (Cambodia-Thailand border) or back to Phnom Penh.

       

       

       

       

       

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      PROGRAME               : PHNOM PENH-SIHANOUK VILLE (3 DAYS / 2 NIGHTS)

      TOUR CODE               : LP-07

      Place to Visit            : SEA SIDE-CAMBODIA

       

      Day 1: Phnom Penh - Sihanoukvile

      MORNING

      After morning snack at 6:00 AM, start the destination to Shinanoukville. On the way to go, our expert guide will describe things for you in details that deep down meaningful and full of experiences of life being. And you will continue to see the port, the Victory Beach, and have lunch at the seaside restaurant.

      AFTERNOON

      To be continued, visiting the Ha Wai Beach, the O’Cheuteal Beach, and the see the view of Sihanoukville and relax with your sea bath. After that, turned back to have dinner in the town and rest overnight at there.

      Day 2: Sihanoukville – Ream Beach - Bamboo Island – Phnom Penh

      MORNING

      Be together at 7:00 AM for breakfast, then continued to visit Ream Beach, and Bamboo Island. And have lunch at the local restaurant there.

      AFTERNOON

      Because of the distance of the road from the place to Phnom Penh, so, we have to leave early for Phnom Penh. On the way back, you can take sightseeing pass one province to another with different views, sceneries, pictures, people, houses, etc.



      PROGRAME               : PHNOM PENH-MONDULKIRI (3 DAYS / 2 NIGHTS)

      TOUR CODE               : LP-08

      Place to Visit            : ECOTOURIST-CAMBODIA

      Day1: Phnom Penh - Mondulkiri

      Morning:

      Start up the journey at 6:00 AM Phnom Penh – Mondulkiri by bus. You will see scenery on the way to go with other beautiful views with the beautiful voice of our expert guide. Then, you have lunch at the local restaurant at the Snuol District.

      Afternoon:

      After lunch, we will bring you to visit Orchard of Pine Trees and Mono Waterfall II (Spirit Waterfall) in the district of the Province. To be continued to the central of the town, then have lunch and stay overnight there.

      Day2: Around Mondulkiri

      Morning:

      After breakfast, start the journey to enjoy the bath at the Brusra Waterfall and see Oplay Lake. By 12:00 PM just turn back to have lunch at the central of the town.

      Afternoon:

      After lunch, we will bring you to the most fresh air on top of the Doh Kramom Mountain. Here! You can worship for good luck, happiness from Angel Ta Doh Kramom. Then, pop in to visit and take photographs as memories at the Sak Mot Phnom (Sea of Mountain) and the BayChao (Uncooked Rice) Mountains. Then, turn to visit Sem Monorom Waterfall, furthermore, to Lai Ka Village (minority village).

      End of the day, back to the town and have dinner and stay overnight at the local modern hotel in the province.

      Day3: Mondulkiri - Phnom Penh

      Morning:

      Marketing tour after breakfast, visit Mondulkiri Market and continued to visit O’romis to taste the local sucking wine (Sra Burt).

      Afternoon:

      Move the trip back to the Phnom Penh capital with unforgettable memories of Mondulkiri

       

       

       

       

       

       

       
      PROGRAME               : PHNOM PENH-RATTANAKIRI (4 DAYS / 3 NIGHTS)

      TOUR CODE               : LP-09

      Place to Visit            : ECOTOURIST-CAMBODIA

       

       

      Itinerary

      Day 1: Phnom Penh - Ratanakiri (L, D)
      Transfer to Rattakiri province by our private car and tour guide to Banlung, capital of Ratanakiri, nicknamed “ The Red City” because of the omnipresent laterite. Lunch at the local restaurant on the way. You will arrive late in the afternoon at Rattanakiri. Dinner and accommodation at Terres Rouges Lodge.


      Day 2: Ratanakiri (B, L, D)
      Breakfast at the lodge. Direction northwest today, cross bamboo forest before reaching the village of Voeune Sai located on the left bank of the Se San River. The view on the Chinese village on the other side of the river is quite pretty. Actually, this place is almost a Chinese enclave in Cambodian territory, most villagers don’t even speak Khmer. Upstream of the Se San are a certain number of Tampoun villages that practice funeral statuary; if possible by boat (otherwise by our car) visit to the village of Ka Chaoan with its superb totems. Later this afternoon, the discovery of the surrounding waterfalls. Teuk Cha Ong is the most impressive of them. Next to the waterfall of Okatchagn is a hill tribe village with elephants which may be observed in the forest. Dinner and accommodation at Terres Rouges Lodge.

       
      Day 3: Ratanakiri (B, L, D)
      Breakfast at the lodge. Travel north today, in the direction of Laos, cross the curious extent of volcanic rocks of Veyrum Plang: a lava field in the forest with a small waterfall nearby (only in the wet season though) and what locals call tiger caves. Continuing to Taveng, cross different types of landscapes: primary forest, clear forest, bamboo forest and “African” bush. Stop at a few nice Kroeung villages located quite far away in the forest. The Kroeung people have the particularity of erecting bachelor houses standing on very long bamboo poles, these houses will remain so till the young man finds a wife, then, they are destroyed. The right time to see them is usually from February to August. Lunch at a small waterfall lost in the forest and then further visits of villages. Dinner and accommodation at Terres Rouges Lodge.

      Day 4: Ratanakiri - Phnom Penh (B)
      Transfer back to Phnom Penh following the same route. Your services end in Phnom Penh

       

       

       

      getting to Sen Monorom Mondulkiri http://www.tourismcambodia.com/img/travelguides/bou_sra_waterfall.jpg mondulkiri_travel_guide_1

       

       

       

       

       

       

      PROGRAME               : PHNOM PENH-RATANAKIRI (6 DAYS / 5 NIGHTS)

      TOUR CODE               : LP-10

      Place to Visit            : ECOTOURIST-CAMBODIA

      Tour description:

      Tour Program:

       Day 1:(L/D)PHNOM PENH

      Tour start every Monday Wednesday, Saturday .

      After arriving in Phnom Penh, you are welcomed by one of our tour guides who will take you to your hotel.
      Lunch at local Restaurant.
      Afternoon, you will visit Wat Phnom, Independent monument and visit Genocide Museum S21.
      Dinner at local Restaurant. Overnight in Phnom Penh. (L,D)


      Day 2: (B/L/D)PHNOM PENH


      This morning, you will visit the Royal Palace, Silver Pagoda, and National Museum.
      Lunch at local restaurant
      In the afternoon, you will take a boat trip to Preak Bang Kong Village where the Khmer produce their Hol and Pamourng in silk (Hol & Pamourng are traditional Khmer costume for special ceremony or wedding).
      Dinner at local restaurant


      Day 3: (B/L)Discovery of Ratanakiri Highlands.


      Excursion to the waterfalls

      In the morning you will fly to Banlung, the town center of Ratanakiri, nicknamed the “Red City” because of the omnipresent laterite. You will welcome by our tour guide who will transfer you to Terres Rouges Lodge (superb house built of precious wood, located by a lake, in the middle of a wonderful garden), then lunch at the Lodge.
      In the afternoon, departure for a small trip through rubber plantations towards the nearby waterfalls; you will end up with a detour to Yaklaom Lake, a beautiful and perfectly-round stretch of water, surrounded by forest, for a late afternoon swim.
      Dinner & Night at Terres


      Day 4: The Tampoun totems


      This morning you will drive to the northwest of town, you will pass through bamboo forests before reaching the village of Voeune Saï located on the left bank of the Sé San river ; the view on the Chinese village on the other side of the river is quite pretty. Besides, this place is nearly a Chinese enclave in Cambodian territory, most villagers, who are there the thirties, don't even speak Khmer. Upstream of the Se San are a certain number of Tampoun villages that practice funeral statuary ; if it is possible, you will rent a boat to go to the village of Ka Choan that has superb totems, if not we will reach it by jeep.  
      Dinner & night at the Lodge.


      Day 5:     : Ratanakiri Phnom Penh


      Early departure for a quick shopping tour in Banlung market before taking the plane back to Phnom-Penh You will welcome by our driver who will take you to hotel.
      Lunch at local restaurant
      In the afternoon, you will see Sorya Supermarket, the largest supermarket in Cambodia, and then continue to Russian market. (shopping tour without tour guide)
      Dinner at local restaurant.


      Day 6:     Transfer to air-port for international destination

      Note:This tour can be customized as you wish!
      Please email us for more information, we will be happy to assist you.

      Trek Rattanakiri tour - Rattanakiri Cambodia Tour -Phnom Penh City and Rattanakiri tour

      ALL TERM AND CONDITIONS:

      *** IN A GROUP OF 12 PAYING PAX UP, 1 T / L WILL BE FOC IN SHARING TWIN ROOM.

      *** THE RATE IS IN US DOLLARS AND THE PRICE OF 1 PAX (COLUMN) IS FOR STAYING IN SINGLE ROOM.

      CHILD POLICY:

      *** INFANT CHARGE 15 % OF PACKAGE COST.

      *** CHILD UNDER 12 YEARS OLD SHARING ROOM WITH TWO ADULTS WITHOUT EXTRA BED: 55 % OF PACKAGE COST.

      *** CHILD UNDER 12 YEARS OLD SHARING ROOM WITH TWO ADULTS WITH EXTRA BED: 80 % OF PACKAGE COST.

      *** CHILD UNDER 12 YEARS OLD SHARING ROOM WITH ONE ADULT: CHARGE 90 % OF PACKAGE COST.Price Includes:

      - Twin-shared/double rooms and daily breakfast
      - Private transfer with air-condition
      - English speaking guides (other languages are available upon request)
      - Meals as per program (B for Breakfast, L for Lunch and D for Dinner)
      - Admission fees
      - Bottled water

      Price Excludes:

      - Visa to Cambodia
      - Photograph & Camera fee. - International airfare & airport tax.
      - All personal expenses
      - Beverages during meals,
      - Telephone, laundry, tip

      CANCELLATION POLICY

      *** NO SHOW 100 % CHARGE.

      *** 15 DAYS 50% CHARGE.

      *** 20 DAYS UP NO CHARGE.

      PAYMENT TERM:

      *** THE TOTAL PAYMENT WILL BE SETTLED 1 MONTH IS FOR PRIOR THE ARRIVAL DATE OF THE GROUP.

       

      *** ALL PASENGER IN THE GROUP MUST ARRIVE AND DEPART TOGETHER.

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  • 9 Stunning Landscapes of Vietn 9 Stunning Landscapes of Vietnam

    • From: activetravelasia
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      At just three percent of the land mass of the United States, what most surprised me during our time in Vietnam was the diversity of the scenery. From white sand beaches and turquoise water to black rock forests and mountains that hug the clouds, here are some of the most amazing landscapes we came across.
      With a coastline of over 2025 miles, it's no surprise that Vietnam has a ton of beautiful beaches. And when the rest stop during your bus trip looks like this, you don't have much to complain about.
      Rest stops in Vietnam are sometimes on beautiful beaches
      The biggest beach destination in Vietnam is likely the town of Nha Trang, which boasts all day boat tours and all night parties. If you're missing Miami while in SE Asia, this is the closest we found. The beach in the main town is pretty nice, but the offshore islands are where you want to head if you're looking to snorkel or dive. With perfect visibility, good quality coral, and thousands of multicolored fish flitting about, having a great day is easy, especially since the all day island-hopping tour costs approximately $6.
      Great beach for snorkeling near Nha Trang
      But Vietnam's coastline isn't all sparkling white sand and clear blue water. Our favorite coastal landscape was the sand dunes around Mui Ne, which come in both red and white varieties. Whether you jump, run, or slide, it's hard not to let the beauty of the dunes overwhelm you. Stretching for what seems like miles, the dunes are something you'd expect to find in Africa. Instead, they're here, only a few minutes away from one of the best places in the world to learn to kitesurf.
      Red sand dunes of Mui Ne
      Most countries with a coastline have beaches, but they don't all have rice terraces, especially ones that look like this.
      Rice terraces of Sapa
      The terraces in Sapa were carved over two thousand years ago by hand and are still inhabited primarily by the Black Hmong tribespeople. These mountain dwellers live off the land, planting and harvesting rice year in and year out in order to sustain their families.
      A Black Hmong man takes a break from working in the rice terraces outside of Sapa
      Tourists can explore the terraces by taking a multiday trekking tour with a Hmong guide. You'll stay in homestays run by the local villagers, get knee deep in mud, and appreciate rice way more than you ever have.
      Wide view of Sapa's rice terraces
      Further north and to the east of Sapa lies the unexplored Vietnam of the Ha Giang province. You need a permit to stay the night and a camera with lots of battery power to take all of the photos of the immense scenery that surrounds you as you drive by on your motorbike. The most beautiful part of the road, and arguably one of the most beautiful drives in the world, is the leg between Dong Van and Meo Vac. Here the road darts in and out of rock crevices and up and down mountains and valleys.
      Windy road in Northern Vietnam
      Children in traditional tribal outfits scream "hello" from above and below as they carry double their weight of sticks in bamboo baskets. Men wear high-necked black tunics and matching berets and women wrap electric pink scarves over their hair, giving the game of "I Spot" a whole new meaning.
      Rock forest in Northern Vietnam
      Perhaps the most quintessential scene of Vietnam is the floating limestone karst formations of Halong Bay. Best seen on a multi-day boat tour, these rocks rise out of the still water and emerge through the mist forming, if you look hard enough, the shape of a descending dragon. At least that's what the locals tell you, and how Halong Bay gets its name. Kayaking through some of these formations is a must, as is sitting back on your boat tour and letting the scenery and mist envelop you.
      Kayaking Halong Bay
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      ACTIVETRAVEL ASIA would like recommend Motorcycling adventure in Northern Vietnam  tour.The mountainous area of Northern Vietnam has long been famous for its beautiful scenery and great diversity of ethnic minorities. With our adventure motorcycling trip you will make a big loop to experience all the bests that area can offer. Starting in Hanoi you will explore Northwest before jumping into Northeast, back to Hanoi after a day relaxing in Ba Be Lake. The perfect itinerary and the support crew ensure you get the most out of the trip in terms of comfort, enjoyment and adventure. Along the way we encounter dramatic landscapes and sweeping panoramas as the rural population goes about its business. Highlights include the terraced valleys of Sapa, beautiful Ban Gioc Waterfall and many different colorful minority groups.
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  • Bike Riding Through the Cambod Bike Riding Through the Cambodian Countryside

    • From: acitvetraveasia
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      The vivid colors, open air and bicycles were all in the Cambodian countryside. The experience taught me an important and unforgettable lesson: One of the best ways to spend time exploring a new country or city is to do so through bike riding.

      Bright green fields stretched to my right and left, scattered with small wooden shacks with resting farm animals, drying clotheslines and barbed wire fences. A bright red dirt path stretched in front of me. The air was hot and extremely humid, a combined feeling of refreshing and stifling. There were no cars and no mopeds, only bikes running over the million little rocks stuck within the country road.

      Biking between green fields

      Bike riding, especially in smaller, more off-the-beaten-path destinations, allows you to go places and see things in ways that traveling in cars, trains or airplanes will never let you do. You can take your time and relax, stop where you want to and go where you want to with little hassle and with little disturbance of the area around you. You get to enjoy the open air and do a little exercising while actually interacting with the people and places that you see.

      Biking Cambodia
      Bike riding may be a little more time consuming than other modes of transportation, but the experiences you have while doing so will almost certainly be more memorable than staring out a window. This is what I discovered when I made proficient use of bicycles in one of Cambodia’s smaller, southern coastal towns. I spent the better part of a day bike riding through dirt paths, past cow herds led by dogs and little children, and along stretching rice fields and salt flats.

      I ended up having the most memorable experience of my whole trip- Angkor Wat temples, Tuol Sleng and Killing Fields all included.
      River at Kampot, Cambodia
      My destination was Kampot, an old French colonial hangout now suffering from the same poverty afflicting most of the rest of Cambodia. The town is very small, and doesn’t attract near the number of tourists or ex-pats as Phnom Penh and Siem Reap, but it’s all the better for it.

      Kampot has one of the country’s finest ensembles of old colonial architecture, but I admittedly didn’t spend much time in the city center. We went to the farming fields and shacks of poor farmers who have undoubtedly seen very few Westerners in their day.

      Most of the scenery was the homes of local farmers, the dirt road and rice fields: an accurate depiction of how so many Cambodians live their daily lives. Gone were the pothole-filled roads left un-maintained by corrupt government officials. Gone were the hoards of mopeds and vehicles cruising down the main roads. Gone was even the slightest hint of visiting tourists to the region.

      One thing that remained, however, and which we experienced very often in Cambodia, was a personal and genuine friendliness from the families and children we passed by. Excited children constantly greeted us with shouts of “hellloooo!” both up-close and from afar, and their parents often smiled and waved to us as well. They welcomed us to their land openly and without reservation, furthering the sense of belonging I was already beginning to feel.

      Children in Cambodia
      All these elements together created a scene that was calm and a beauty that was sprawling. Even through the heat, the humidity, and the physical exertion, it was all a profoundly calming experience; being alone and isolated from the city crowds and pollution exhaust, being able to breathe and take in the vivid, stretching colors with little interruption. Those images, feelings and interactions all combined to give you a complete sense of being grounded and connected there, to the land and the people and the history of the whole place. Seeing the locals and their homes and a small piece of their lives, so far removed from my own, created both a feeling of isolation and a sense of belonging I’ve never felt before, but now believe every traveler should experience.

      My path took me a total of about 10 miles and left me sore, bruised, tired and dirty. Yet if given the chance to do it over again, I would take it in a minute.

      The next time you ponder renting a car or buying a bus ticket, be a little more adventurous and head to the bike rentals instead. Don’t be lazy. The experience outweighs the extra effort tenfold.

      By Karina Schroeder

      The truly adventure travelers can find out all things Cambodian at: http://www.activetravelcambodia.com/tour.php?op=detail&tourId=70

      ACTIVETRAVEL CAMBODIA (ATC) is member of ACTIVETRAVEL ASIA offers a wide selection of Cambodia adventure tours, including hiking and trekking, biking, motorcycling, overland touring and family travel packages. ATA’s packages and custom itineraries will take you through exotic destinations to really experience the culture, history and nature of Cambodia. Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy an unforgettable active vacation. 
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  • One-day trip in Beidai River. One-day trip in Beidai River.

    • From: x123456
    • Description:

      Since I was a child, I have been looking forwards to seeing the sea one day. In summer, as it’s getting hot, it’s the right time to do that. At night in Friday, I bought a train ticket to Beidai River.

         

      At 7 pm, the train started off from the Beijing train station and arrived at the Beidai River’s in two hours.  

       

      At 4:30 in the early morning after I brushed my teeth and washed my face, I walked out of my hotel and arrived at the Pigeon Park at 5 am. However, I didn’t plan to go in there. A middle-aged woman was walking to me and asked if I wanted to see sunrise and that if I did, she would charge 10 Yuan for taking me to see sunrise, but I said no. I kept walking further to the end of Gechi Road and I finally saw the sea. On the sea level arises the sun which looks like a red yolk and its sunlight was not very strong. Seeing the beach surrounded by a wall that shut out my sight, I walked further along the wall for about more than 200 meters and saw the broad beach where there were a lot of tourists. Some people there were suggesting going fishing, but I couldn’t swim although I grew up in a family where my father and mother can swim. Therefore I gave it up to go fishing with them. I was impatient to wait and just running towards the beach, where I was seeing waves of the sea impacting the sea bank, treading on the wet sand. Since it’s the first time I saw the sea, I took many of pictures of the sea. As the sun gradually rises, the seaweeds were on the bank and rocks came out of sea water after tide slowly faded. After the tide fell, some people who live nearby came and were picking up some seafood for dinner like shrimps, crabs and so on. Walking along the sea coast to the south, I saw that a few of locals were fishing, sitting on the rocks and a couple of tourists were taking a walk. Then I walked to a rock, and faced to the sea without thinking of anything, while the sun was shinning on me. I heard from time to time sea waves were impacting on rocks and felt sea water was splashing on me occasionally. It’s really a kind of enjoyment and relaxation for those who work in the office.

       

      last, I went to a costal beach park to see sunset. In the park, there is no transportation. Walking on the road, you may have no idea what will happen in the next second. Sometimes you can see people in swimming suits walking in the park and at this time, you could feel kind of regretful if you don’t wear the suits. Last time, it just happened to me. I just took off my shoes and socks and rolled up my trousers to run to the sea. As the sun slowly goes down behind me, sea waves impacted on my legs and I felt so cool. Back to the hotel, I went to a seafood restaurant to have a dinner, where I ordered a cool noodle, dumplings with seafood fillings and a stretched noodle from Lanzhou.

       

      Thus the trip ended.   

       

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  • Private Tours to Petra By Ferr Private Tours to Petra By Ferry Boat From Dahab

    • From: sharm
    • Description:

      Pick up from hotel in Dahab early morning by private Ac van with our tour leader, drive for approx 1.30 hours to Nuwibaa dock to take the Ferry boat at 07.30 am to Aqaba, arrives at 08.45 am. Drive to Petra by bus for approx. 2 hours, where a 2-3 hour guided tour begins. Petra is situated about an hour north of Aqaba. Petra is surrounded by towering hills of rust-colored sandstone which gave the city some natural protection against invaders In Petra, you see the wonderful the Red Rose Rock city, the city of the Nabateans, the lost city, all carved in the mountains, riding horse to the Siq (canyon), the natural crack in the rocks to the Roman Theatre, Royal Tombs, the Roman colonnaded street, Qasr Al-Bent and then the archaeological museum. Have your Lunch, then back to Aqaba city for a short city tour and free time for shopping. Then take your ferry boat to Nuweiba where you will be met and transferred back to your hotel in Dahab.

       

       

       


       

       

       

      Price includes:

       

       

       

       

      * Pick up from your hotel in Dahab & return
      * Meet & assist service at Nuweiba Port
      * Entry visa to Jordan Ferry boat tickets including taxes
      * All transfers by an air-conditioned Bus
      * Entrance fees to Petra Short horse riding down in Petra
      * Local English speaking guide
      * Bottled water during your trip
      * Lunch in Petra
      * All service charges & taxes

       

       

       


       

       

       

      Price excludes:

       

       

       

       

      * Any extras not mentioned above

       

       

       

       


       

       

       

      Price per person:

       

       

       

       

      * From 2 to 3 pax: 475 Usd
      * From 4 to 6 pax: 455 Usd
      * From 7 to 10 pax: 420 Usd

      Dahab to Petra Tours, Trips, Excursions to Petra From Dahab

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  • Private Tours to Petra By Ferr Private Tours to Petra By Ferry Boat From Dahab

    • From: sharm
    • Description:

      Pick up from hotel in Dahab early morning by private Ac van with our tour leader, drive for approx 1.30 hours to Nuwibaa dock to take the Ferry boat at 07.30 am to Aqaba, arrives at 08.45 am. Drive to Petra by bus for approx. 2 hours, where a 2-3 hour guided tour begins. Petra is situated about an hour north of Aqaba. Petra is surrounded by towering hills of rust-colored sandstone which gave the city some natural protection against invaders In Petra, you see the wonderful the Red Rose Rock city, the city of the Nabateans, the lost city, all carved in the mountains, riding horse to the Siq (canyon), the natural crack in the rocks to the Roman Theatre, Royal Tombs, the Roman colonnaded street, Qasr Al-Bent and then the archaeological museum. Have your Lunch, then back to Aqaba city for a short city tour and free time for shopping. Then take your ferry boat to Nuweiba where you will be met and transferred back to your hotel in Dahab.

       

       

       


       

       

       

      Price includes:

       

       

       

       

      * Pick up from your hotel in Dahab & return
      * Meet & assist service at Nuweiba Port
      * Entry visa to Jordan Ferry boat tickets including taxes
      * All transfers by an air-conditioned Bus
      * Entrance fees to Petra Short horse riding down in Petra
      * Local English speaking guide
      * Bottled water during your trip
      * Lunch in Petra
      * All service charges & taxes

       

       

       


       

       

       

      Price excludes:

       

       

       

       

      * Any extras not mentioned above

       

       

       

       


       

       

       

      Price per person:

       

       

       

       

      * From 2 to 3 pax: 475 Usd
      * From 4 to 6 pax: 455 Usd
      * From 7 to 10 pax: 420 Usd

       

      Dahab to Petra Tours, Trips, Excursions to Petra From Dahab

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  • Three Days Travel to Petra, Tw Three Days Travel to Petra, Two Nights Tours to Jordan From Cairo

    • From: Ahmed
    • Description:

      Day 01: Fly to Sharm El Sheikh from Cairo

      Our representative will pick you up and trasnfered you to Cairo International Airport to fly to Sharm EL Shiekh. After departure you will be met and transferred to your Hotel for check in and overnight.


      Day 02: Sharm to Petra / Sharm 

      Our representative will pick you up from your Hotel at 2:30 am You will be transferred from your hotel in Sharm El Shiekh to Nuweiba via a modern air-conditioned bus.Then you will be met and assisted at Nuweiba and you will take the boat to Aqaba then you will move directly to Petra for a full day visit, to the red rose rock city, the city of the Nabateans, the lost city carve all in the mountains, riding on a horse to the Siq (canyon) which is a natural crack in the rocks, the Nabateans developed it into their structure elements, walking through the 1.2 km canyon and enjoying the beautiful carvings of statues, idols and niches. On the way to the Treasury, you will be wondering about the time the Treasury will appear to you behind the corner that has been standing there for over than 2000 years, and then continue along the facades street to the Roman Theatre, Royal Tombs, the Roman Colonnaded Street, Qasr Al-Bent and then the Archaeological Museum. Lunch, then back to Aqaba city for a short city tour and free time for shopping, back to Nuweiba, drive back to Sharm El Shiekh. Overnight in Sharm. 


      Day 3: Sharm/ Back to Cairo

      After breakfast, transfer to Cairo Airport for flight to Cairo. Upon arrival at Cairo Airport, transfer to your hotel in Cairo.


      Price includes:

      • Pick up services from your hotel in Cairo & back
      • Domestic Flights Ticket from Cairo To Sharm & from Sharm to Cairo
      • Entry Visa to Jordan for non restricted nationalities
      • Accommodation for 2 nights at 5 * hotel in Sharm including breakfast
      • All transfers by an air-conditioned vehicle
      • Ferry boat tickets Nuweiba - Aqaba - Nuweiba including taxes
      • Entrance fees to the Sightseing in Petra, Jordan
      • Short horse ride in Petra (incl. in ticket)
      • Local English speaking guide in Petra
      • the entrance Lunch in Petra
      • All service charges & taxes

       


      Exclusions:

      • Any extras not mentioned in the itinerary


       

      Notes:

      • Trip runs every day.
      • Tour is operated privately.
      • Prices are quoted in US$ per person.
      • Discounts are available for groups and children.

      Travel to Petra, Cairo Tours to Petra Jordan Trips From Cairo

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  • Discovery Egypt Discovery Egypt

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      Discovery Egypt

         
       
       Egypt (The Arab Republic of EgyptArabicجمهوريّة مصر العربيّة Gomhuriat Masr Al-Arabiah)  is a large country located in north-eastern Africa with its capital located in its largest city, Cairo.  Egypt also extends into Asia by virtue of holding the Sinai Peninsula. Egypt is bordered by Israel to the north-east, by Jordan and Saudi Arabia to the east (across the Red Sea), by Sudan to the south and by Libya to the west. The country is bounded by the Mediterranean and Red Seas (to the north and east respectively) and geographically dominated both by the River Nile and its fertile well-watered valley, and by the Eastern and Western deserts.



      Cairo
      ,
       
      is the capital and largest city of Egypt.
      Cairo was founded by the Fatimid caliphs as a royal enclosure. It replaced Fustat as the seat of the government. It later came under the Mamluks, was ruled by the Ottomans 1517 to 1798,Cairo has a mix of historic towns and modern districts. This includes the Pyramids, the Hanging Church, Saladin's Citadel, the Virgin Mary's Tree, the Sphinx, and Heliopolis, Al-Azhar, the Mosque of Amr ibn al-A'as, Saqqara, the Cairo Tower, and the Old City. Cairo is nicknamed "The City of A Thousand Minarets". Cairo is located on the banks and islands of the Nile River in the north of Egypt, immediately south of the point where the river leaves its desert-bound valley and breaks into two branches into the low-lying Nile Delta region. Vist Egypt  AND  Know More .

      Upper Egypt
      is on the Western side of the Nile River, which runs over 4,000 miles long.Upper Egypt was known asTa Shemau  which means "the land of reeds. It was divided into twenty-two districts called Nomes. The first Nome was roughly where modern Aswan is and the twenty-second was at modern Atfih(Aphroditopolis), just to the south of Cairo.The main city of predynastic Upper Egypt was Nekhen (Greek Hierakonpolis) whose patron deity was the vulture goddess Nekhbet. For most of pharaonic Egypt's history Thebes was the administrative center of Upper Egypt. After its devastation by the Assyrians its importance declined. Under the Ptolemies the city of Ptolemais took over the role of capital of Upper Egypt..Visit Egypt  AND  Know More . 



       
      The Western Desert
      Covers about 700,000 square kilometers (equivalent in size to Texas) and accounts for about two-thirds of Egypt's land area. This immense desert to the west of the It spans the area from the Mediterranean Sea south to the Sudanese border. The desert's Jilf al Kabir Plateau has an altitude of about 1,000 meters, an exception to the uninterrupted territory of basement rocks covered by layers of horizontally bedded sediments forming a massive plain or low plateau. The Great Sand Sea lies within the desert's plain and extends from the Siwa Oasis to Jilf al Kabir. Escarpments (ridges) and deep depressions (basins) exist in several parts of the Western Desert, and no rivers or streams drain into or out of the area .
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      Sharm el-Sheikh

      is the administrative hub of Egypt's Southern Sinai province which includes the smaller coastal towns of Dahab and Nuweiba as well as the mountainous interior, Saint Catherine's Monastery and Mount Sinai. 
      Sharm el-Sheikh is known as The City of Peace referring to the large number ofinternational peace conferences that have been held there.Visit Egypt AND  Know More  .

      Hurghada
       is an Egyptian city and a tourist center on the Red Sea.The city was founded in the early 20th century, and since the 1980s has been continually enlarged by Egyptian and foreign investors to become the leading seashore resort on the Red Sea. Holiday villages and hotels provide aquatic sport facilities for

      sailboarders, yachtsmen, scuba divers and snorkelers.Visit Egypt .

       

      Ancient Egypt

      There is evidence of rock carvings along the Nile terraces and in the desert oases. In the 10th millennium BC, a culture of hunter-gatherers and fishers replaced a grain-grinding culture. Climate changes and/or overgrazing around 8000 BC began to desiccate the pastoral lands of Egypt, forming the Sahara. Early tribal peoples migrated to the Nile River where they developed a settled agricultural economy and more centralized society. By about 6000 BC the Neolithic.

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  • Sedona View Sedona View

    • From: dbrown1793
    • Description:

      Every evening, residents of Sedona, AZ drive up to Airport Mesa to watch the sunset.  As spetacular as it often is, the other views are just as worthy of enjoyment. This is facing the north as the sunset light illuminates the iconic red rock edifices overlooking the town.

    • 2 years ago
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  • Spray Falls Spray Falls

    • From: woobiecat1
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      Spray Falls is at Pictured Rocks National Shoreline in Municing, Michigan.   Water seeping through the sandstone dissolves minerals which eventually runs down the cliff face, creating beautiful stripes of red, brown, black, turquoise, green, yellow and white.   The cliffs have eroded into magnificent arches and caves all along the shoreline. This lakeshore is a "must see."

    • 2 years ago
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  • Miners Castle Miners Castle

    • From: woobiecat1
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      My husband and I took a 3 hour boat tour on Lake Superior at Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore in Munising, Michigan, to see the eroded  rock formations. Water seeping through the sandstone dissolves minerals which eventually runs down the cliff face, creating beautiful stripes of red, brown, black, turquoise, green, yellow and white.   The cliffs have eroded into magnificent arches and caves all along the shoreline.  This lakeshore is a "must see."

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  • Red Rocks of Tucson Red Rocks of Tucson

    • From: terri4pugs
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      beauty of Tucson

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  • Sedona Sunset Sedona Sunset

    • From: Donna Carroll
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      Sunet in Sedona Arizona taken from Airport Road overlook on 9-24-11.  Breathtaking to all who enjoyed the view as the sun came out from the clouds.  

    • 3 years ago
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  • In the Footsteps of Indiana Jo In the Footsteps of Indiana Jones

    • From: calcal5551
    • Description:

      Footsteps of Indiana Jones

      Standing at the threshold of a 2000-year-old carved city, I absorb the glow of the orange and red canyon and occasional shuffle of a camel breaking the eerie silence. I had traveled two hours through the Jordanian desert to witness the beauty of Petra and stand next to Al Khazneh, or the Treasury, like my favorite childhood hero, Indiana Jones. The sun blazed at 105o as a Muslim tour guide brought me deeper into the Nabataean city. We passed Bedouin tents and donkey caravans waiting for the occasional tourist like myself. After an hour of learning about Petra, We hired donkeys and went flying up the ancient steps to El Deir, or the Monastery.

      Gripping the reins tighter as I swayed back and forth over the edge of the canyon, I hoped my donkey knew how to navigate the sharp incline. The boy huffing and puffing beside me guiding the donkey noticed mAscent of Petray uneasiness, smiled, tried to reassure me, and joked, “Don’t worry, donkey’s first time too!” My fear subsided as I realized the boy, who was about my age, spoke decent English. His name was Aman. Over the next hour as we ascended, we talked about his life and his worries in Petra. As a Bedouin, his lifestyle depended on his animals because, as he said, “No donkey, no dinar.” He slept in makeshift tents or under the stars following the grazing of his goats and camels, but without the luxury of electricity, water, or air conditioning. Despite living in conditions without amenities that most Americans depend on, his nomadic lifestyle was the least of his worries. Surprisingly, like me, an upcoming exam caused this boy the most stress. While earning a living scrambling up the rocks, he had to learn a difficult language, English, that was key to achieving his dream of getting into the university and escaping the Bedouin desert.While continuing to hike up the cliffs, I found a sense of peace and was humbled by the view of the canyon beneath me. I attempted to speak in a language familiar to him and whispered “jamille,” or beautiful, as we reached the top of Petra.

      I left my new friend, but shortly thereafter was met by a small friendly girl with a dusty shirt, messy hair, and a glowing smile peeping out from behind the Monastery’s massive entrance. She pulled me up into El TimanDeir, and I admired the necklaces she had for sale. She introduced herself as Timan, and I spent the rest of the afternoon with her listening to her laughter and the ancient wind whipping over the top of the canyon as she excitedly showed me every corner of the carved red and orange rock city. Timan lacked the Barbie dolls and clothes that I thought I would die without at her age, yet she was perfectly happy. Before I left, she sealed our friendship by giving me a necklace and earrings right off her ears. I hiked the long trip back down the canyon with a new perspective unexpectedly changed by the Bedouin teenagers I met along my journey. I promised myself that I would worry a bit less about the pressures of my life and instead, enjoy the ride as I did on my ascent of Petra.

      Callie Crew

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    • 3 years ago
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  • 18648_287613941267_21084256626 18648_287613941267_210842566267_4051477_576910_n.jpg

    • From: raider90
    • Description:

      All Photos are from the Bluff, UT community. Hopefully this attracts more interest and votes for our tiny town of 250!

      We love our town and hope you take the time to look at some of the reasons why! It hasn't changed much in the 25 years that I've known it. Which I think is one of the greatest attractions to the town. Everytime I go back I see all the same buildings and the same people that I've known all my life.

      Growing up in Bluff myself, I have spent a good portion of my free time crawling up and down the deep red cliffs exploring the many ancient indian ruins and petroglyphs. And even I know I haven't found a fraction of them. They call Alaska one of the last great frontiers... In my humble opinion, San Juan County deserves this title every bit as much as Alaska does, with it's unforgiving rugged desert terrain, steep bluffs, lazy rivers and beautiful winding canyons it is not for the faint of heart.

      Bluff itself is a mash-up of cultures located right off of the mighty San Juan River which serves as the border of the massive Navajo reservation. The town has a rich and well documented mormon history to it being discovered by pioneers in the 1800's. The early mormon families built homes out of the red sandstone that was plentiful to the area as well as forts and trading posts to trade with the indians. Most of these structures are still standing today after hundreds of years and in many instances owned by the same families!

      It is not hard for me to see why Bluff should be on this small list, which it probably won't make because of the sheer difference in size between its contestants. Working in the main hub of the town the Twin Rocks Cafe for a good part of my life I have met countless other people from all corners of the world, some who could not even speak english, who have managed to stumble upon Bluff, Utah and they all have instantly fallen in love...

      I only hope that you get a chance to see Bluff, Utah in your own eyes and manage to experience the magestic red rocks and minimalistic desert beauty for yourself.

    • 4 years ago
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  • 19648_261607771267_21084256626 19648_261607771267_210842566267_3950335_2945800_n.jpg

    • From: raider90
    • Description:

      All Photos are from the Bluff, UT community. Hopefully this attracts more interest and votes for our tiny town of 250!

      We love our town and hope you take the time to look at some of the reasons why! It hasn't changed much in the 25 years that I've known it. Which I think is one of the greatest attractions to the town. Everytime I go back I see all the same buildings and the same people that I've known all my life.

      Growing up in Bluff myself, I have spent a good portion of my free time crawling up and down the deep red cliffs exploring the many ancient indian ruins and petroglyphs. And even I know I haven't found a fraction of them. They call Alaska one of the last great frontiers... In my humble opinion, San Juan County deserves this title every bit as much as Alaska does, with it's unforgiving rugged desert terrain, steep bluffs, lazy rivers and beautiful winding canyons it is not for the faint of heart.

      Bluff itself is a mash-up of cultures located right off of the mighty San Juan River which serves as the border of the massive Navajo reservation. The town has a rich and well documented mormon history to it being discovered by pioneers in the 1800's. The early mormon families built homes out of the red sandstone that was plentiful to the area as well as forts and trading posts to trade with the indians. Most of these structures are still standing today after hundreds of years and in many instances owned by the same families!

      It is not hard for me to see why Bluff should be on this small list, which it probably won't make because of the sheer difference in size between its contestants. Working in the main hub of the town the Twin Rocks Cafe for a good part of my life I have met countless other people from all corners of the world, some who could not even speak english, who have managed to stumble upon Bluff, Utah and they all have instantly fallen in love...

      I only hope that you get a chance to see Bluff, Utah in your own eyes and manage to experience the magestic red rocks and minimalistic desert beauty for yourself.

    • 4 years ago
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  • 19648_260115231267_21084256626 19648_260115231267_210842566267_3941252_5053731_n.jpg

    • From: raider90
    • Description:

      All Photos are from the Bluff, UT community. Hopefully this attracts more interest and votes for our tiny town of 250!

      We love our town and hope you take the time to look at some of the reasons why! It hasn't changed much in the 25 years that I've known it. Which I think is one of the greatest attractions to the town. Everytime I go back I see all the same buildings and the same people that I've known all my life.

      Growing up in Bluff myself, I have spent a good portion of my free time crawling up and down the deep red cliffs exploring the many ancient indian ruins and petroglyphs. And even I know I haven't found a fraction of them. They call Alaska one of the last great frontiers... In my humble opinion, San Juan County deserves this title every bit as much as Alaska does, with it's unforgiving rugged desert terrain, steep bluffs, lazy rivers and beautiful winding canyons it is not for the faint of heart.

      Bluff itself is a mash-up of cultures located right off of the mighty San Juan River which serves as the border of the massive Navajo reservation. The town has a rich and well documented mormon history to it being discovered by pioneers in the 1800's. The early mormon families built homes out of the red sandstone that was plentiful to the area as well as forts and trading posts to trade with the indians. Most of these structures are still standing today after hundreds of years and in many instances owned by the same families!

      It is not hard for me to see why Bluff should be on this small list, which it probably won't make because of the sheer difference in size between its contestants. Working in the main hub of the town the Twin Rocks Cafe for a good part of my life I have met countless other people from all corners of the world, some who could not even speak english, who have managed to stumble upon Bluff, Utah and they all have instantly fallen in love...

      I only hope that you get a chance to see Bluff, Utah in your own eyes and manage to experience the magestic red rocks and minimalistic desert beauty for yourself.

    • 4 years ago
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  • 163459_477150665810_1012076558 163459_477150665810_101207655810_6416920_8195628_n.jpg

    • From: raider90
    • Description:

      All Photos are from the Bluff, UT community. Hopefully this attracts more interest and votes for our tiny town of 250!

      We love our town and hope you take the time to look at some of the reasons why! It hasn't changed much in the 25 years that I've known it. Which I think is one of the greatest attractions to the town. Everytime I go back I see all the same buildings and the same people that I've known all my life.

      Growing up in Bluff myself, I have spent a good portion of my free time crawling up and down the deep red cliffs exploring the many ancient indian ruins and petroglyphs. And even I know I haven't found a fraction of them. They call Alaska one of the last great frontiers... In my humble opinion, San Juan County deserves this title every bit as much as Alaska does, with it's unforgiving rugged desert terrain, steep bluffs, lazy rivers and beautiful winding canyons it is not for the faint of heart.

      Bluff itself is a mash-up of cultures located right off of the mighty San Juan River which serves as the border of the massive Navajo reservation. The town has a rich and well documented mormon history to it being discovered by pioneers in the 1800's. The early mormon families built homes out of the red sandstone that was plentiful to the area as well as forts and trading posts to trade with the indians. Most of these structures are still standing today after hundreds of years and in many instances owned by the same families!

      It is not hard for me to see why Bluff should be on this small list, which it probably won't make because of the sheer difference in size between its contestants. Working in the main hub of the town the Twin Rocks Cafe for a good part of my life I have met countless other people from all corners of the world, some who could not even speak english, who have managed to stumble upon Bluff, Utah and they all have instantly fallen in love...

      I only hope that you get a chance to see Bluff, Utah in your own eyes and manage to experience the magestic red rocks and minimalistic desert beauty for yourself.

    • 4 years ago
    • Views: 296
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  • 18648_287613966267_21084256626 18648_287613966267_210842566267_4051479_6271315_n.jpg

    • From: raider90
    • Description:

      All Photos are from the Bluff, UT community. Hopefully this attracts more interest and votes for our tiny town of 250!

      We love our town and hope you take the time to look at some of the reasons why! It hasn't changed much in the 25 years that I've known it. Which I think is one of the greatest attractions to the town. Everytime I go back I see all the same buildings and the same people that I've known all my life.

      Growing up in Bluff myself, I have spent a good portion of my free time crawling up and down the deep red cliffs exploring the many ancient indian ruins and petroglyphs. And even I know I haven't found a fraction of them. They call Alaska one of the last great frontiers... In my humble opinion, San Juan County deserves this title every bit as much as Alaska does, with it's unforgiving rugged desert terrain, steep bluffs, lazy rivers and beautiful winding canyons it is not for the faint of heart.

      Bluff itself is a mash-up of cultures located right off of the mighty San Juan River which serves as the border of the massive Navajo reservation. The town has a rich and well documented mormon history to it being discovered by pioneers in the 1800's. The early mormon families built homes out of the red sandstone that was plentiful to the area as well as forts and trading posts to trade with the indians. Most of these structures are still standing today after hundreds of years and in many instances owned by the same families!

      It is not hard for me to see why Bluff should be on this small list, which it probably won't make because of the sheer difference in size between its contestants. Working in the main hub of the town the Twin Rocks Cafe for a good part of my life I have met countless other people from all corners of the world, some who could not even speak english, who have managed to stumble upon Bluff, Utah and they all have instantly fallen in love...

      I only hope that you get a chance to see Bluff, Utah in your own eyes and manage to experience the magestic red rocks and minimalistic desert beauty for yourself.

    • 4 years ago
    • Views: 336
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