• 5th - 15th March SOLD OUT

  • 2nd - 12th November

  • 14th - 22nd November

Eight nights in Cambodia for no more than seven people. Tour focus is on contemporary life and arts, historic art, architecture, local food and landscape while staying in boutique accomodation in Phnom Penh, Battambang and Siem Reap. Highlights are, a private tour of the National Museum of Cambodia, visit to privately owned traditional wooden houses, art performances, guided tours to out of the way temples in Angkor Archaeological Park (and of course the world famous Angkor Wat), delicious Khmer and French food, hidden spots for a cool drink, historic market places, Khmer massages, a relaxing boat voyage and seeing silver smiths, silk weavers and ceramicists at work in rural villages that have revived their ancient craft traditions. Activities are paced to be interesting and relaxing with time for individual pursuits if desired or just time out.

For a super relaxed trip contact Florence Zenith Tours for add on days


  • Angkor World Heritage Visitors Pass

  • Lunches and dinners

  • Tickets to unscheduled local events

  • Airfares


  • Airport transfers

  • Tonle Sap and Mekong river sunset cruise

  • All breakfasts

  • 3 nights premium accommodation in Phnom Penh

  • 1 night premium accomodation in Battambang

  • 4 nights premium accomodation in Siem Reap

  • Guided Tour of National Museum of Cambodia

  • Catered day trip on restored historic river cruiser to remote temple, nature reserve & floating villages

  • Guided tour of selected Angkor temples to avoid crowds

  • Local knowledge of great places to eat or get a cool drink

  • Shopping guide for silks, local crafts and metal work

  • Massage bookings scheduled into itinerary

  • Four days air-conditioned late model van and driver

  • Four days tuk tuk hire

  • Reception and cultural talk at “The Wooden Houses”

  • Accompanied by your guide each day to give you get the most of your experience


    Tour cost per person will be determined by number in group. 

    For scheduled tours, groups are anticipated to be 4 - 7 people.


Food in Cambodia suits vegetarian, gluten free, paleo and lactose intolerant diets. Cambodian food is similar to Thai but more aromatic than hot in flavour. French cuisine is also abundant as is an increasing abundance of organic fruit and vegetables.


We were very fortunate to visit Cambodia with Catherine as a guide and organiser. The usual travel stresses were gloriously absent thanks to Catherine’s expert arrangements and careful curation. The bespoke accomodation, tours and restaurants were small, delightful and often stunning. Catherine’s local knowledge not only ensured everything ran smoothly but also allowed us to see and do things that most visitors don’t. Our trip could not have been better.
— Ged Corsini