Explore the ancient Buddhist monuments, hidden caves, and beautiful waterfalls of the Phnom Kulen National Park on this full-day tour. Enjoy trekking along the sacred River of a Thousand Lingas, take in the views from Kulen Mountain, and venture into the Bat Cave. Along the way, stop to visit the Angkor-era temple of Beng Mealea, tucked away in the heart of the jungle.
Combine the natural and the spiritual without worrying about transport on this small-group guided tour to Phnom Kulen National Park, an important pilgrimage site. Hike in the jungle, swim in a waterfall, admire the carvings at Kbal Spean (the River of 1,000 Lingas), and climb to the mountaintop to see a reclining Buddha. Your tour is capped at just 10 travelers and includes entrance fees and hotel transfers.
Just north of Siem Reap, the Phnom Kulen National Park is renowned for its stunning natural scenery, beautiful waterfalls, and ancient Buddhist monuments. This full-day tour gives you time to take in all the highlights, including views of Kulen Mountain and Kulen Waterfall, a guided trek along the sacred River of a Thousand Lingas, and chance to swim beneath the falls.
Pre book admission to Phnom Kulen National Park and avoid waiting in line to purchase tickets at the popular site. Since your Phnom Kulen National Park tickets will be delivered directly to your hotel in Siem Reap the evening before you visit, you’ll be free to travel on your own schedule without printing vouchers or visiting the ticket booth.
Visit two ancient sites around Siem Reap on this private tour—the sacred Hindu temple complex, the Thousand Lingas, and the ancient Angkor temple of Beng Mealea. Travel in the comfort of a private vehicle and explore each site at your own pace, with your guide on-hand to offer historic context. Along the way, admire the natural landscapes of the Phnom Kulen National Park, cool off with a swim beneath a waterfall, and enjoy a traditional lunch at a local restaurant.
The Phnom Kulen National Park is home to the Thousand Lingas, one of Cambodia’s most sacred Hindu sites. On this tour, travel in the comfort of a private vehicle and explore the site at your own pace. Admire the ancient temples, hidden in the dense jungle, and learn about the site’s spiritual significance from your guide. Cool off with a swim at one of the park’s waterfalls and enjoy a traditional lunch at a local restaurant.
If you don’t mind dress appropriately to visit sanctuaries. In the event that you wear shorts and T-shirts,make beyond any doubt they are sufficiently long to be knee length and shoulder secured. No scarf or shawl and tank top are permitted.
We might want to propose you to wear the light cotton garments in view of hot and humid.Excepted 3 months, for example, November, December and January is decent climate.
In the event that, please bring camera re-charger with you when we eat you can energize it.
In Cambodia you needn’t to change your cash. US Dollar is adequate all around. What’s more, even you pull back your cash from ATM it is in US dollar. Extraordinary NOTICE: No torn or old note of US dollar money or coin can use in Cambodia.
For the visit expense you will pay when the visit begins or complete it doesn’t make a difference.
The visit charge is for a gathering of 1 to 3, 4 to 5 and 6 to 10 people. It is not per individual or per person.
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