Full Angkor Experience Multi-Day Tour
Join us for a 3- to 6-day tour of Siem Reap and the surrounding areas.
We’ll visit the majestic Angkor Temples, as well as some of the lesser-traveled surrounding ruins. To avoid the crowds, we’ll time our visits so the light is best and the crowds are at their lowest. Our team of photographers will help you to create unique images of these incredible places.
Cambodia is more than just its temples, and we’ll explore the vibrant modern life of the country. From the floating villages of the Tonle Sap to the lively local markets, we’ll dive into the local scene and have some great opportunities to capture stunning portraits and street scenes.
Themes: Architecture ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ / Local life ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ / Landscape ★ ★
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Choose from between 3 and 6 days.
3-day Private Experience: from $985* plus additional, optional days (see tour itinerary).
*price given on basis of two participants. Options for solo or additional guests available.
- Transport (Car/Mini van with AC and boat).
- Private tuition and guiding services from your photographer.
- Chilled water during the day.
- All entrance fees.
- Food & Drinks beyond those specified in our Inclusions
- Accommodation (optional)
- Camera Gear (optional)
Full Angkor Experience Tour Itinerary
n the morning, we’ll start with the temple once lost to the jungle with its monstrous roots and vines: Ta Prohm. We’ll round off the morning with a seasonal selection of lesser-known Angkorean temples tucked away in the forest. In the afternoon, we visit the best spots of Angkor Thom.
The day begins if you are an early bird with the sunrise over Angkor Wat following after breakfast by a local market. We then visit a Buddhist pagoda, where we may have the chance to interact with Buddhist monks. In the afternoon, we visit other very photogenic temples and enjoy the golden light in Angkor Wat.
In the morning, we only visit temples away from crowds. After lunch we visit Kampong Phluk, a village nestled at the edge of the Tonlé Sap Lake dubbed “The City on Stilts.” Take a boat out to the lake before returning to shoot in the village, where we’ll have the opportunity to experience local life quite unlike anywhere else.
Mix and match with the options below:
Option 1: Kulen National Park
After a drive through the dense jungle, we’ll visit the beautiful waterfalls and pagodas hidden in the Kulen Mountain range. If the water levels are low enough, we’ll be able to explore some of the ancient carvings hidden in the riverbed upstream. Phnom Kulen is an incredibly sacred place for Buddhists in Cambodia, and there are plenty of interesting photographic opportunities with regards local custom and religion, as well as the chance to make some beautiful long-exposure images of the riverbed carvings and the waterfall. Our trip leaders can show you how to master long exposures of the rushing waterfalls.
Option 2: Banteay Srey and silk Factory
Recommended for lovers of intricated details. After, a visit of Banteay Srey, we will visit a silk factory and the unique Cambodian savoir-faire.
Options 3: Countryside of Siem Reap
This morning we explore the Cambodian countryside, witnessing a range of activities from rice farming to sugar making. In the afternoon, we ll explore remote temples chosen according to your main interest and the period you travel (dry/rainy season).
Options 4: Floating Village
In the afternoon, we will visit a truly floating village on the glassy waters of the Tonlé Sap lake. Here you will have the chance to photograph local life on the lake in an incredibly intimate manner as we travel by small rowing boat. Sunset will be enjoyed over the rice fields. This adventure is a great way to learn the ins and outs of documenting local life in an intimate and responsible way, far from the tourist crowds of Siem Reap town.
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