Package TourCambodiaEco-Tours: A world apart from lowland Cambodia and ethnic minorities 6 days/5 nights
Tour code: P.RB.P6

D1: Phnom Penh- Kratie
The freshwater Irrawaddy dolphin(trey pisaut), is an endangered species throughout Asia, with shrinking numbers inhabiting stretches of the Mekong in Cambodia and Laos, and others found in isolated pockets in Bangladesh and Myanmar.
The best time of year to see the dolphins is at the height of the wet season; however, with the assistance of an able boat driver it is just as easy to spot 10 or more in the dry season. There is no particular time of day that's best suited to spotting, although early morning and late afternoon draw the most visitors. Overnight in Kratie

D2: Kratie-Ratanakiri
After breakfast, transfer to Rattanakiri ”Banlung” by private a/c 4WD and transfer to the hotel for chec in. Then visit Kachanh and Katieng Waterfall, a little trip to the volcanic of Yak Lorm Lake, we can swimming or take a walk around this lake.
The Yeak Loam Lake (volcanic crater) is the most beautiful lake in Ratanakiri, formed by a volcanic eruption almost 4,000 years ago. It is 50m deep during the dry season and 800m in diameter with a 2.5km path around the lake. 200m meters along the track are quaint wooden building housing tribal handicrafts. Boeung Yak Loam has picturesque, mountainous scenery and a charming bird sanctuary and provides the visitor with an opportunity to experience the daily life of local hill tribe people. Overnight in Ratanakiri

D3: Voeun Sai
In the morning, transfer by pickup to Voeunsai district about 35km northwest of Banlung. Take small motorboat and cruise on SEN River, Phume Kachon (Tampuan).Visit cemetery of Tampoun Minority. Take the boat back to Chinese Villages. Lunch picnic. Afternoon, visit Chinese and Laos Village, back to Voeunsai and transfer by road to Banlung. As time permits, continue to visit Tompoun, Kreang, Jarai village and old gem mine in the jungle in Bokeo about 32km from Banlung. Overnight in Ratanakiri

D4: Ta Veng
Ta Veng is about 57km north Ban Lung on a rollercoaster road through the mountains that affords some of the province's finest views. There are some very steep climbs in sections and for this reason it wouldn't be much fun in the rain. The road passes through several minority villages, where it is possible to break the journey.
Return back by motor boat and transfer to Balung by land. Overnight in Ratanakiri

D5 : Ratanakiri-Kamponh Cham
Early morning, Sunrise at Reclining Buddha Hill and say one’s prayers. Visit Banlung Market and transfer to Chhlong.

On the way to Kratie, visit the 100 columns temple.
Sambor was the site of a thriving pre-Angkorian city during the time of Sambor Prei Kuk and the Chenla Empire. No a stone remains in the modern town of Sambor, which is locally famous for the largest Wat in Cambodia, complete with 108 columns. Constructed on the site of 19th century wooden temple, the new one is something of a minor place of pilgrimage for residents of Kratie Province.
As time permits, trip to Koh Pen.
Koh Paen is a rural island in the Mekong River, connected to the southern reaches of town by an elaborate bamboo bridge in the dry season or a local ferry in the wet season. There is plenty of local Wats on the island and locals make a living fishing, as well as growing tobacco and sesame. During the dry season, several sandbars appear around the island, the closest thing to a beach in this part of Cambodia. Overnight in Kampog Cham.

D6: Kampong Cham-Phnom Penh
Visit Wat Hanchey, a hilltop pagoda that was an important centre of worship during the Chenla period, and today offers some of the best Mekong views in Cambodia.

Visit Wat Nokor , an 11th-century Mahayana Buddhist shrine of sandstone and laterite. Visit Phnom Pros and Phnom Srey.

Please don’t forget to make a stop and if it’s possible, we can taste together the SPIDERS in Spider Ville “SKUN”, about 49km from Kampong Cham.
Overnight in Phnom Penh.

Our service inclusive of :
*All accommodation on Double/Twin sharing basis with daily Breakfast.
*All transfers by private a/c vehicle.
*English, French, Spanish, Italian, Japanese and more... speaking guide.
*Pass to sites mentioned in itinerary.
*Boat trip to Voeun Sai
*Free drinking water & fresh towels

Our service exclusive of :
*International and domestic air ticket.
*Cambodia entry visa (US$ 20 for tourism & US$ 25 for business).
*International (US$ 25) or domestic airport taxes (US$ 6).
*Full board supplement
*Personal expenses, loss of money etc..
*Gratuities to the guide, driver and restaurants.
*Camera and video fees.
*All kinds of travel insurance.
*All other account not mentioned in the above inclusions