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4 Days South Coast

Day 1: Phnom Penh - Sihanoukville (L/D)
Depart Phnom Penh to Sihanoukville by excellent road. Arrive in Sihanoukville and check in at the hotel. Lunch. The rest of the day is free at leisure for swimming and relaxation on the beach.  Dinner at local restaurant and overnight at the hotel.

Day 2:  Sihanoukville - Bamboo Island - Sihanoukville (B/L/D)
Breakfast at the hotel. Take a full-day boat trip to the beautiful islands offshore of Sihanoukville’s beaches. Embark on a boat and enjoy the sea breeze while discovering islands that offer coral white sandy untouched beaches. Enjoy a seafood BBQ on the beach for lunch. Take the opportunity to snorkel, scuba dive or simply swim in the warm crystal clear waters. Late afternoon return back to the mainland and transfer to hotel. Dinner at local restaurant and overnight at the hotel.

Day 3: Sihanoukville - Kompot (B/L/D)

Breakfast at the hotel. Overland transfer to Kampot. Arrive in the small town of Kampot, located at the foot of the Elephant Mountains, check in at the hotel. Kampot has pretty islands offshore, interesting limestone caves as well as the seaside resort of Kep and the Bokor Mountain. Afternoon, enjoy a city tour walking around colonial French houses, markets and shops. Dinner at local restaurant and overnight at the hotel.

Day 4: Kampot - Bokor - Phnom Penh (B/L/D)
After breakfast, enjoy a nice drive to Bokor Hill, at an elevation of approximately 1,000 meters. Bokor Hill Station overlooks the scenic southern coast of Cambodia.  Built by the French in the early 1920's as a retreat from the oppressive heat of the lowlands, Bokor has been abandoned since World War II.  The hill station consists of a once elegant hotel and casino, a Catholic Church, former royal residences and other buildings.  Political instability and warfare in Cambodia have caused the buildings to be left in a perpetual state of neglect.  Due to its elevation and strategic location, Bokor was fiercely fought over by the Khmer Rouge and the Vietnamese.  Enshrouded by clouds and fog, the moss covered buildings provide an eerie atmosphere and exploring them is a sometimes spooky and exhilarating experience.  The entire mountain area around Bokor has been placed under protective status as a National Park by the Cambodian government. This will ensure that the beauty of Bokor, such as the magnificent view of the coastline and pristine jungle which serves as the habitat for wild elephants, monkeys and other jungle animals will not be encroached upon by future development. In the late afternoon, return to Phnom Penh. Arrive in Phnom Penh and check-in at the hotel. Dinner at local restaurant and overnight at the hotel.



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