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PRIVATE TOURS are also available, for an additional $30/pax.
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COME TO ANGKOR--AND "DISCOVER CAMBODIA"!
Cambodia’s ancient temples are special; a few of them are even spectacular.
Here's an Interactive Guide to Angkor, developed by our friend Dougald O'Reilly, that should help you out; but, you know what? After a day or two they all start to look the same. So, after a compulsory temple tour, when you’ve had your fill of bricks, sandstone, and laterite, (to say nothing of tourists, tourists, and more tourists), and want to see another facet of Cambodia without having to leave the Siem Reap area, we invite you to join us on one or more of our personal tours, for an unforgettable touch-taste-feel-smell-and-see adventure in this wonderful country.
Then, instead of saying: "I went to Cambodia and saw Angkor Wat", your exclamation will be:
"I went on a tour with Bees Unlimited and EXPERIENCED Cambodia."
Judging from the myriad glowing reviews on TripAdvisor, this culinary and cultural outing is far-and-away our most popular tour. Cambodia really comes alive for you here: the Cambodia of today, off the tourist track, where there's so much more to experience than temples--and, at such a reasonable price, too!
Both our Combo Tour and our Market Tour will be of particular interest to foodophiles and vegetarians, who can enjoy nibbling on this, indulging in that...
The focus is on vegetarian options, and although we do tank up at the market on food, food, and more food (!!), FOOD is only one aspect of this tour; the other being CULTURE... which is why, appropriately enough, we call this our CUISINE and CULTURE TOUR.
If you want to feel the pulse of Cambodia, then, no doubt about it: a market is the place to go!! But not just any market; we're not talking 'Night Market' here; we're talking wholesale, open/wet market! The photographic and sensory memories from here will last a lifetime. What's more, there's plenty for the adventurous eater to taste, try, and enjoy, while capturing the chaos of a local market. Read more...
Away from the Old Market and Pub Street, the crowds, the congestion...
A thoroughly entertaining and educational look at interesting and unusual occupations and activities in an urban environment. Read more...
Insects, Arachnids, and other Arthropods of Angkor Wat... Just some of the usual, unusual, interesting, and perhaps even unique fauna within and around the Temple Complex, in Siem Reap, that you might see when you go out on a nature walk with us... Read more...
Subject to the seasonal migration, you can observe Asian Honeybee species such as Apis dorsata, Apis cerana, and Apis florea, as well as several species of the stingless Trigona bees—all in less than a day. Read more...
Scenic, 1-hour drive from Siem Reap, past villages, rice paddies, palm trees, and pagodas; to the only community in NW Cambodia where the unique tradition of Rafter Beekeeping is practiced--and where Nepenthes abound. Read more...
A Village/Countryside tour with an aquatic touch, focusing on the daily life of Cambodians living along the Tonle Sap Lake. Read more...
Other Eco Tour Options
If you've got the time, we would highly recommend a visit to our friends Ben and Sharyn, who run BeTreed Adventures in nearby Preah Vihear Province, and only a few hrs from Siem Reap. This wilderness sanctuary (that's right! WILDERNESS... not some temple teaming with tourists!!) where Green Peafowl and Red Junglefowl forage freely on the premises; where you can sleep in a Tree House; and, where you can ride not one, but two 300m ziplines--is home to butterflies, birds, reptiles, mammals--and even bees (we have to throw that in, of course!)... A truly complete Eco Tour Experience. And the food is FANTASTIC!
Click on the above link, browse their website, make a reservation, and--if you're anywhere near Siem Reap--GET ON OUT THERE!!
Much closer--on the outskirts of Siem Reap--is the must-visit botanical garden,
Butterfly Paradise --an enclosed oasis of natural beauty, complete with waterfalls, fish ponds, birds, reptiles, butterflies galore, and even some stingless bees!
Built to generate income for Butterfly Paradise Orphanage and Cambodia's Adventist schools, the garden features an air-conditioned cinema where visitors are introduced to the complexity of design in nature, and will soon also boast an air-conditioned vegan restaurant.
If you're keen to support a good cause in Cambodia, then this one definitely deserves your attention! Click on the above link for more information.