Beyond Siem Reap and Phnom Penh, much of Cambodia can be categorised as 'off -the-beaten-track' so it's a great country in which to do some in-depth exploring.
Our Cambodia In Depth itineraries cover the undiscovered north-east where you can visit remote temples and hidden forests, explore isolated villages along dusty roads and see the elusive Irrawaddy dolphins. In the south our Cambodia In Depth itineraries offer the opportunity to travel into the remote and beautiful Cardamom Mountains and to explore the colonial towns of the south coast.
Experience Travel Group specialises in tailor-made holidays to Cambodia. Our product knowledge is second to none and we've won awards for it. We've stayed in or visited every hotel we recommend and put together our Cambodia In Depth Holidays through trial and error and first hand experience. We're passionate about making sure our customers have the edge on all their holiday arrangements from the moment they get in touch.
We tailor-make each holiday to suit, so call us on 0207 924 7133 for more trip ideas and to find out how we can get you up close to Cambodia's less explored highlights, based on your timetable and requirements.
Experience the Temples of Angkor, the vibrant capital Phnom Penh and veer off-the-beaten-track to discover the mountains and stay at a unique floating river lodge.
Cambodia Highlights & Beyond
See three different sides of the remarkable country of Cambodia before relaxing at a hidden island retreat in Thailand.
Forgotten South Coast of Cambodia
This tour through Cambodia's beautiful south coast focuses on the bewitching colonial towns of Kampot and Kep.
Grand Tour of Cambodia
18 day tour taking in Angkor and Phnom Penh combined with an exploration of the remote Mondulkiri, Battambang and The south coast.
Hidden Gems of Rural Cambodia
Get off-the-beaten-track to explore Cambodia's remote northeast, combined with the majestic Angkor temples and Phnom Penh.
Temples, Nature and Islands
Veer off-the-beaten-track in Cambodia and Thailand; Angkor to idyllic Koh Kood island via the Cardamom Mountains.