Travel Indochina is proud to announce that it has completed the departure of its redesigned ‘Cambodia Revealed’ Small Group Journey.
The 11-day Cambodia Revealed tour features exotic areas of Cambodia not usually visited by travellers. New destinations include the colonial port town of Kampot and uncrowded beaches at Sihanoukville and Kep.
According to John Black, Cambodian Country Manager of Travel Indochina, it is essential to the company that tourists are shown the ‘real Asia.’
“Cambodia is so much more than just Angkor Wat and the Killing Fields, and on this journey our travellers experience parts of Cambodia that visitors to the Kingdom very rarely see,” he said.
“We are passionate about the country, delving well beneath the surface and leaving our travellers with a true understanding of life and history in Cambodia. Our completely revised Cambodia itinerary includes new areas which have been previously closed to tourists, such as the trip up Bokor Mountain, or lesser-known charms such as Kep-sur-Mer (or Kep).”
This year, Travel Indochina is offering 14 ‘Cambodian Revealed’ departures at prices starting from $1,665 for each person twin share. The price covers hotel accommodation for 10 nights, daily breakfast, tour arrival, departure transfers and all sightseeing as specified inclusive of entrance fees.