- Departure time: Early morning
- Return: Late afternoon
- Remarks: Medium level of fitness required, 3km round trek in the jungle, wear sturdy shoes and bring rucksack for water
- Sites you will visit: Kbal Spean, Beng Mealea
- Highlights: Jungle, nature, Hindu river carvings, waterfall, architecture, countryside
Put on your walking shoes and discover the Cambodian jungle! Hidden from the beaten track lies Kbal Spean with the “River of Thousand Lingas” and an impressive waterfall. To get to the top of Kbal Spean and appreciate the intricately carved stone river bed you have to conquer a fairly steep incline, but fear not – the path is well worn and the biggest obstacles and boulders are accessible by series of well maintained wooden staircases, yet at least medium level of fitness is required for this 3km jungle walk.
You will have a lunch break locally and rest during the hottest part of the day.
Once in a complete state of disrepair, our next stop - Beng Mealea, has now been made more accessible. Recently built wooden platform snakes around the inner part of the temple allowing you an elevated view of the moss-clad jigsaw puzzle. This mid 12th century temple features mixture of Buddhism and Hinduism attributes and is particularly mesmerising in the wet season.
Price: USD 57 per person
Minimum: 2 pax
ü English Speaking Tour Guide
ü Drinking Water
ü Temple Pass