Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Centre
The Centre was established to provide care for sick animals, most of them endangered species. You will be able to see animals like the sambor deer, macaques, tigers, bears and elephants.
Experience another side of Phnom Penh. The surrounding countryside is everything but what you expect when you come from town. Waving children, smiling people and silence...Stop by for a refreshing drink and dip into the charm of village life!
The Killing Fields
The Cheung Ek genocide museum is located about 15 km outside city centre. This is the location where the Khmer Rouges took their prisoners for execution. There were killing fields all over the country, but Cheung Ek was believed to be the largest. The prisoners were made to wait here to wait 24 hours before they were killed by a blow to the head after which their throats were slit. Babies were killed by bashing their heads against a tree. There were separate graves for men, for women and for children. Former friends of Pol Pot who were executed here had separate graves too.
If you choose to visit, you can walk along 86 mass graves from which the remainders of 8985 men, women and children were unearthed after the liberation of the Khmer Rouges. Some of those skulls, bones and pieces of clothing are now kept in the nearby massive stupa. Every year on the 20th of May a ceremony is held around the stupa to bring peace to the spirits of the deceased.
From relaxed (low) to ones where you need to be fit to join in.Low
No surprises here. These tours/activities are those most anyone can do if they are fine with fairly flat walks and getting in and out of transport.Medium
Like to be active, even very active, but not pushed too far. This is the one for you.High
These tours/activities require you to be very fit. Probably not suitable for children.
Some tours or activities are a total immersion ... others offer just a taste of a different way of life. Below is how we\'ve classified things to help you make a selection.Low
Consider these tours or activities as unlikely to surprise. They will still give you fantastic insight into the destination and/or a great experience.Medium
You might find yourself on these tours/activities confronted by quite a different way of doing things to that you are familiar with. Think food, language, customs, religions, mode of transport. For the slightly more adventurous.High
Think things you probably wouldn\'t do on your own ...
Pick up : In the morning at 7:00am daily and at return at 5:30pm or at 6:30pm (if you add Sunset tour)to your Hotel.
To enjoy the new dawn and discover Cambodia as it really is! An “All Inclusive”expedition with professional guides exploring the unspoiled countryside around Phnom Penh City. See breathtaking landscape while going through back country roads. Crossing the forest, unusual bridges and streams, visit small colorful villages and have a first hand experience with the local people. See their life in their typical home.
this tour INCLUDES:
a local style lunch served by the Tonlé Bati Lakeside where we also explore a pair of Angkorian-Era temples at here too.
After lunch of the tour will continue to the Phnom Tamao Wildlife Sanctuary where homes are given to animals confiscated from illegal traffickers or saved from poachers.
Back home, and will visit the Killing Fields. Happy-full-day tour+Sunset
- Meals not mentioned as itinerary
- Tips, Souvenir
- Other personal expense
If you would like to take the Audio Tour at the Killing Fields, you will have to add 3$ directly at the Killing Fields Memorial.
Taking a passenger on the back:
If you don`t want to drive the quad on your own, you can share the quad with your friend. The quad is big enough for two but please consider that the maximum weight per quad is 130 kg.
Passengers on the back, no matter which age, are charged the half of the tour price.
So if you want to book the tour for two persons sharing a quad, please book one "adult" and one "child" to get the correct rate.
You can bring anything you think that can be useful for the children who live in the villages: clothes, toys, books, color pencils, soaps… (old or new) and we will distribute it on the way.
But please, never give money to the children!