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CAMAFE - Multi, Angkor Family Explorer - 4D3N - Valid 31Dec17

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MULTI, ANGKOR FAMILY EXPLORER CAMAFE 4 DAYS / 3 NIGHTSDay Destination Activity Difficulty Transfer Meals Hotels 1 Siem Reap N/A N/A 30 mins -/-/D Navutu Dreams2 Siem Reap Cycling up to 25 km/ Easy 20 mins B/L/D Navutu Dreams Trekking 1 hour3 Siem Reap Cycling up to 20 km Very Easy 20 mins B/L/D Navutu Dreams4 Siem Reap Kayaking 3-4 hrs Easy 2 hours B/L/- N/A

Day 1: Arrive Siem Reap (-/-/D)Begin this Angkor family tour with an afternoon arrival into Siem Reap International Airport, wherethe English-speaking guide will be waiting at the arrivals gate. After hotel transfer and check in, headout for dinner at Champey, located in the Pshar Cha (Old Market) area of downtown.Follow the meal up with an evening show from Phare, locally known as the ‘Cambodian circus.’ Anonprofit school for the arts, Phare is a demonstration of graduate students’ acrobatic abilities, actingout anything from Cambodian folklore to the very real history of the Khmer Rouge. More in line witha performance like Cirque du Soleil, it’s a must see for anyone in Siem Reap.Distance and journey time:Transfer from airport to hotel: 20 minutesTransfer to/from Phare: 10 minutesDay 2: Siem Reap – Angkor Wat and Phnom Bok (B/L/D) After breakfast, head out for a guided journey through the jungles of Angkor. The cycle begins with a visit to the 12th-13th century Ta Prohm temple. Ta Prohm is particularly memorable (and picturesque!) as it has been left largely as it was found: overgrown by jungle, trees and vines, with many parts of the temple crumbling to the ground. Continue on to the ancient city of Angkor Thom, the last capital of the Great Khmer Empire. Take note of its perfectly square 8 meter high wall and the amazing East Gate: each side of the entrance holds a row of 54 gods and demons holding the sacred Naga snake of Hindu lore. Cycle through the winding, sandy paths to Ta Keo, a massive (and unfinished) pyramid temple. Only a few carvings were complete by the time of its abandonment over 1,000 years ago.Turning back to town, head for lunch at Marum, a social enterprise dedicated to trainingunderprivileged children in the restaurant and tourism industries.Shortly thereafter, meet the team from Say! Khmer for a brief local language lesson. Take these newlinguistic skills to the Pshar Leu local market (via tuk tuk) to try bartering for the afternoon’s snacks.Continue to the less-visited Phnom Bok temple. About 25km from Siem Reap, this temple sits atop a200m hill boasting beautiful ruins and a commanding view of the countryside.Descend this ‘small mountain’ for a short tour of the countryside. Whether harvesting rice, plantingcrops, or simply playing the fields at sunset, there’s always a great photo op to be had here.13 Jun 17 2

Return to Siem Reap after dark and stop off at the Night Market, where the locals come to shop andenjoy some leisure time with their families.Dinner will be served at Mahob, not far from the night market.Distance and journey time:Morning Transfer: 20 minutesAfternoon Tour: 1300-1900Cycling distance up to: 25kmTrekking: 1 hourDifficulty: EasyDay 3: Angkor Complex (B/L/D)After breakfast, head through the ancient city of Angkor Thom toits centrally located, 12th century Bayon Temple. Thismasterpiece is known particularly for its 54 face-carved towers,its Terrace of the Elephants, and Terrace of the Leper King(featuring intricate bas-reliefs.)Rising sharply from the surrounding landscapes is the next templevisit: Baphuon. Despite being a bit tricky to scale, views from thesummit of this temple are some of the best in the area.Return later to the famous 12th century Angkor Wat. Constructedto represent Mount Meru, a mythical home of the gods, this iconboasts interior walls covered with stone carvings, bas-reliefs, andover 2,000 Apsara dancers. Emblazoned on the Cambodian flag,this landmark’s construction is thought to have taken around 30years.Lunch will follow at Angkor Café, proceeded by an afternoonreturn. Relax at the hotel or enjoy one of the following:Optional: HORSEBACK-RIDING at HAPPY RANCHThe Happy Ranch is a western style horse ranch offering countryside horseback tours outside SiemReap. Learn all about the purebred Cambodian horse before embarking on a 2-hour trail through ricefields, local villages, and the isolated Wat Atvea.Note: Gentle pony rides are available for young children. Experienced staff walks alongside, leading orassisting when necessary.*Remark*Additional Charge USD 59 per person per adultAdditional Charge USD 53 per person Child under 12yrs13 Jun 17 3

Optional: ROLUOS GROUPTake a cycling excursion to the Roluos Group. 20 km from Angkor Wat, this ancient complex is one ofthe oldest in the region, dating back to the 8th or 9th century (from the Hariharalaya civilisation).Explore its three main temples Bakong, Preah Ko and Lolei before heading back to town for dinner.*Remark*No Extra ChargeDistance and journey time:Transfer from Roluos to Hotel: 20 minutesCycling distance up to 21kmDistance and journey time:Transfer from hotel to Angkor Wat: 20 minutesCycling distance up to: 20kmDifficulty: Very EasyDay 4: Siem Reap – Kampong Khleang - Departure (Kayaking) (B/L/-)Take advantage of Siem Reap’s cool mornings and head out earlyfor Tonle Sap. Tonle Sap is South East Asia’s largest freshwaterlake with its size varying greatly depending on the season(swelling four times its size during the wet season.)Explore this magnificent natural marvel by kayak. Two-seater,inflatable kayaks are one of the best ways to explore the lake, asthey can go where the noisy, long tailed boats cannot. Paddlethrough sunken fields and floating forests to the village of Kampong Kleang. Stop for lunch at a stiltedhouse or on one of the local boats out on the lake (depending on the season). Then it’s back to shorewhere the tour ends.Note that during the late dry season and early wet season (February – July) this tour changesdestinations to the perennial lake near the base of Phnom Bok. While there are no stilted homeshere, the area provides a secluded retreat to paddle through.Return to Siem Reap this afternoon and transfer to the airport for onward flight.Distance and journey time:Transfer from hotel to Kampong Khleang: 45 minutesTransfer from Kampong Khleang to hotel: 45 minutesTransfer from hotel to airport: 20 minutes.Kayaking: 3-4 hoursDifficulty: Easy *****END OF SERVICES***** “An itinerary may at times be altered by our guides due to local conditions, the skill of participantsand other unexpected circumstances. Our priority is always the experience and safety of our clients.”13 Jun 17 4

RATES & CONDITIONSAccommodation 2017 Hotel Name Hotel Category Room Category City Navutu Dreams Superior Explorer Siem ReapPRICING – in US Dollars per person for shared twin/doubleRates are valid until 31 December 2017Number of persons 1 2 3-4 5-6 7-10 11-15 SGL SuppNet Price per Person in 1,199 733 645 587 587 535 197 USD Oct 16 – Jan 17Net Price per Person in 1,221 755 667 609 609 557 197 USD Feb 17 – Sep 17Net Price per Person in 1,054 777 687 627 626 573 203 USD Oct 17 – Dec 17Note: Reservations during peak times (Christmas, New Year, National Holidays) may be subject to supplementary charges and compulsory mealsNote: The fee for a three day pass at Angkor will increase by $22 from the 1st Feb 2017 OPTIONAL TOUR DAY ACTIVITY USD/PersonDay 3 – Siem Reap Happy Ranch Horse Riding USD 59 per personDay 3 – Siem Reap USD 53 per person Child under 12yrs Roluos Group No Extra Charge HOTELS SEASONAL SURCHARGES: HOTELS PERIOD SURCHAGENavutu Dreams Peak Season 18 Dec 2016 to 08 Jan 2017 USD 31 / room / night Compulsory Gala Dinner 24 Dec & 31 Dec 2016 USD 88 / person / mealOur services include:  Luggage transfer  Plenty of water per person per trekking day  Snacks and local fruit  Cold towels  1 Exo Adventure Certified, English speaking guide  1 assistant guide for 8-15 pax, 2 assistant guides for 16+ pax (On cycling days only)  Vehicles: (varies based on local conditions and vehicle sizes available)  1 first aid kit per guide  Sightseeing tickets and zone entrance fees where mentioned in the itinerary  Meals as mentioned in the itinerary (B – Breakfast, L – Lunch, D – Dinner)  Accommodation as listed above.  Flight reconfirmation13 Jun 17 5

Our services don’t include:  Visa arrangements  International and domestic flights.  Soft drinks, or beverages beyond water – we can add this into costs at agents request  Beverage and alcoholic drinks at mealtimes  Meals other than mentioned above  Tips  Energy drinks or powders, performance bars, or performance gels (Gatorade, Powerbars, Gu, Isostar, etc)  Personal Travel Insurance  Personal expenditure (laundry, telephone etc.)  Credit card/bank transfer fees  Any other services not clearly mentioned in the itinerary and in the inclusive portion  Additional language speaking guidesImportant Notes:  We strongly recommend the purchase of travel insurance (covering emergency medical evacuation) for trips.  Prices are valid 30 days from date of offer. Past this date price and conditions may be readjusted.  The cost of air tickets is subject to change without prior notice by the airlines.  Reservations during peak times (Christmas, New Year, Vietnamese Lunar New Year, National Holidays) may be subject to supplementary charges.  Rooms at hotels are available only from 1400 on arrival day till 1200 on departure date. A supplement will be added if early check-in or late check-out is desired.  Please note that all the above services & tours have yet to be booked, they are proposed for your information only and we will not make any reservations before we receive your confirmation to do so.  If one or some proposed service(s) is (are) not available at the moment of booking, we will try to find other possibilities/options or other similar service(s) in order to avoid changes to the program.13 Jun 17 6

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