On the Trail of Temple Treasures

14 days from £2,695pp

Are you ready for a fun-filled family trip to Cambodia? You’ll explore the fascinating temples of Angkor, see city sights in the capital, Phnom Penh, meet rescued bears and have plenty of family time on the beaches of the Cambodian Coast.

The whole family will love spending time together exploring, and at each hotel you'll stay in Family Suites or Villas to ensure maximum family time together.


  • Get the kids interested in history with a scavenger hunt around ancient Angkor Thom

  • Have plenty of waterside fun on the island of Koh Rong

  • Relax at the prestigious seaside town of Kep

  • Visit the world’s largest sanctuary for sun bears

  • Spend time in the buzzing capital city

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On the Trail of Temple Treasures

14 days from 2695pp


This exciting trip to Cambodia includes international flights, transfers, accommodation, some meals and selected excursions.

From the first conversation until you arrive home from your holiday, you’ll be looked after by one of our Travel Designers who has travelled extensively in the region and will give advice from their personal experience on how to make the most out of your trip.

All of our trips are entirely bespoke and we will continually refine your itinerary until it’s perfect.





Siem Reap


The time has come at last for your family adventure to Cambodia! Throw any last minute essentials in your suitcase, pack an extra memory card and start your family holiday with a flight to Siem Reap. You’ll be met by a guide on arrival who will take you to your hotel. Once you’ve settled in you’ll spend your time exploring the temples of Angkor Wat by local Tuk Tuk and enjoying a fun photography scavenger hunt around the ancient city of Angkor Thom. There’s also the option to attend a Cambodian Circus performance; a great way to get kids interested in local culture.

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Phnom Penh

Capital city

Today you’re off to the capital city! Spend the first day exploring the attractions of Phnom Penh at your own pace. The next day you’ll be heading to the world’s largest sanctuary for sun bears where you’ll prepare enrichment toys, hide food in forest enclosures and watch the bears enjoy the fruits of your labour. On the way back to your hotel you’ll swing by a picturesque temple and garden and stop for some seasonal fruit.

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The Cambodian Coast


It’s time for some family beach time! Today you’re off to the prestigious seaside town of Kep on the southern Cambodian coast. Spend your time as you please, explore nearby islands, have fun at the national park or treat your taste buds at the famous crab market.

You’ll finish up your time in Cambodia with a stay on the stunning island of Koh Rong, famed for its gorgeous sandy coves and excellent coral reefs. Teach the kids how to snorkel, trek through the lush jungle interior or take a boat out for the day.

On Day 14 you’ll depart for home with a fortnight of incredible family memories to cherish forever.

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Map of your trip

Things to do on this trip

Here are some of the fun and exciting things you'll do on your trip to Cambodia. Call us now to learn more: 01483 319 333

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When to go on this trip

The most ideal time to visit Cambodia is from December to March, when the weather will be dry and the heat will be pleasant. If you want the best of Cambodia, then the months after the rainy seasons may be better, from August to November. The rains will have increased the water levels and at the Angkor temples, the moats and pools will be full of water giving you a unique view most people don't get when visiting.



Good weather conditions throughout Cambodia with little to no rain  



Good weather throughout Cambodia with temperatures gradually rising throughout the month, with lunchtime shade most welcome.  



Hot weather generally across the region, with cooler temperatures in the North east. Keep day tours short and enjoy the sun fully on the beach.  



Very hot generally across the region, although the beaches will feel pleasant in the heat.  



Dry and hot with sporadic spells of rain. Angkor temples will see less crowds and the rainfall will bring the humidity down.  



Wet throughout most of the region, especially in the North East where the rains will make travelling around difficult.  



Very wet, but with some dry days. Thunder clouds will create some spectacular views during this time as well.  



Rainfall will reach its peak but it will be a good time to visit Tonlé Sap Lake, when water levels will be high enough to see the floating villages by boat.  



Wet and warm with lots of rain, making it a good time to visit floating villages and flooded forests. The moat and pools around Angkor temples will be full of water.  



Warm with less rainy days. Tonle Sap Lake will be at its fullest and the waterfalls in the Northeast will be full of flowing water.  



Start of the dry season with a few short showers early in the month. Now is the perfect time to visit Tonle Sap, with warm weather but a lake full of water.  



One of the best times to visit with dry sunny weather and relatively low humidity.