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Amazing Modern Day Ruins


Kep and Bokor National Park are astonishing remnants of a glorious era when Kampuchea was a French colony, ending with a notorious war and the tyrannical rule by the Khmer Rouge. This part of Cambodia is relatively unknown to most visitors. You will see an ancient forest, a colorful seaside village, and an astounding modern-day archaeological site. You do not have to be gay to enjoy Captivating Kep. Our mainstream guests choose us because they know they can expect something better from a gay company.

Day One:


Depart Phnom Penh early this morning with your guide and driver in an air-conditioned vehicle. Depending on your interests you can make stops at as many as three seldom-visited Angkor -period archaeological sites along the route to Kep including Ta Phrom (don't miss having your fortune told by one of the resident mystics) and Phnom Chisor, where you hike to the top of a hill for spectacular views of the countryside. The route takes you through some spectacular countryside along back roads that allow you to see country life up close. If you like, you can stop at one of the villages along the way where magnificent silk textiles have been made for hundreds of years. Arrive in Kep late afternoon. Kep-sur-Mer was once home to 1200 private villas, all destroyed by the Khmer Rouge. Take time to explore the nearby beach market, where fresh seafood arrives almost hourly.

Day Two:


After breakfast you embark on the two-hour drive to the top of Bokor National Park, stopping along the way for photos and maybe a glimpse of some of the rare animals in this forest preserve. The first stop at the summit is the ruins of King Sihanouk's villa, which has magnificent views of the farmlands and sea below. Continue to the two-tiered Popokvil Falls for a picnic. After lunch you climb to one of the highest points on the mountain to explore the cavernous ruins of the Casino, with its vividly-colored lichens, intriguing graffiti and views of the ruins of the hotels and villas that made up this French Hill Station. After a stop at the Catholic church you return to Kep in time for a dip in the pool and a fabulous sunset.

Day Three:


Breakfast at the hotel. If you are adventurous, wander down the road to the colorful beach market for a bowl of noodles and fresh mango and papaya. Afterwards, you visit one of the pre-Angkor period temple ruins, which may require a climb up a steep hillside or a trip through a pristine mangrove forest. Then continue to Rabbit Island (which has no rabbits of any kind), a beautiful and undeveloped place) where you may explore following a barbecue lunch. Return to Kep later in the afternoon.

Day Four:


The morning is free for you to enjoy the pool or explore the beach market. Later, we return you to Phnom Penh airport in time for your departure flight.
Things you need to know about Kep: This part of Cambodia is still very unspoiled. Telephone services is limited to celullar phones and there is no electricity. The hotel has a generator that runs from 6:00 p.m. until dawn. The road to Bokor National Park is under repair and is intermittently closed. This trip is not recommended for guests with serious physical limitations.  We have no idea when this might happen and it is beyond our control. You may extend your stay to overnight on Rabbit Island at an additional cost.

Inclusive:
Price is 440$
private A/C vihecle
English Speaking Tour Guide
Cool Towels & Water, soft drink per day/ person.
Exclusive:
accommodation
lunch or dinner
entrances fee
person use/ needs