Our Cambodia family holidays combine highlights like Angkor Wat, Siem Reap and Phnom Penh, with authentic, interactive experiences of local village-life and culture.
With remarkable river boat trips down the Mekong, untouched beaches and overgrown temple ruins (including locations for the Indiana Jones and Tomb Raider films – not your ordinary temple visits), Cambodia is a phenomenal family holiday destination.
We're passionate about tailoring an unforgettable experience which is as stress-free and relaxing for you as possible. One that will allow you and your children to expand your culinary, cultural and educational horizons whilst having tonnes of fun. And we always take into account what is logical and economical for a family, from travel arrangements to room configurations.
Call or email us for travel advice or to start talking about your luxury family holiday in Cambodia, no matter what stage you're at with your planning. And don't forget that we're experts in travel throughout Southeast Asia so if you're thinking of combining Cambodia with perhaps Laos, Thailand or Vietnam then you've come to the right place. See our Indochina Family Holidays or our Cambodia and Thailand Holidays for further inspiration.
Family Holidays In Cambodia
Family Classic Cambodia
A two-week journey through Cambodia with temples, kayaking, cycle rides and beach time.
Less Is More in Cambodia
Discover the beauty and diversity of Cambodia with less travel and more fun & immersive experiences.
Luxury Cambodia Adventure
Wild and wonderful locations - world-class accommodation and world-famous Cambodian hospitality.
Spend three weeks seeing the best of rural Cambodia, including countryside camping and community-based adventures.
Temples, Nature and Islands
Discover the secret Cambodia and Thailand. The lost temples of Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom, Bayon and Ta Prohm. The rich Cardamom Mountains rainforests, and idyllic Koh Kood island.
The Back Roads of Thailand and Indochina
A month-long, off-the-beaten-track exploration of the traditions and landscapes of Cambodia, Thailand and Laos.