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Cambodian Travel Partner
Street 138, #160z, Sangkat Toek Laok 2, Khan toul kok
12157, Phnom Penh
Tel: +855 (0)63 900099
Email: [email protected]
Website: https://cambodia-travelpartner.com
3 days selfdrive jeep Betreed Adventure
Individualized program for
Cambodia Jeep


We take each individual traveler and every request seriously to create a trip which suits you best. Our key is the fact that we listen. We just want to take all of this on board and tailor your itinerary to exactly what you require, rather than just try to sell you an off the shelf tour. Our years of experience are here for you. We understand that every person has different preferences and requirements. We are here to get together with you and decide what exactly suits you the best, whether it be a particular hotel, attraction, itinerary or group profile, we can create a magical, one of a kind tailor-made experience. Based on your interests and wishes, we will work on making an initial itinerary for you. After this, we are happy to adjust whatever you want to, creating a final itinerary that is certain not to disappoint. We just want to work closely with you at every step, making sure that your needs are taken care of completely. Here you will find the 3 days selfdrive jeep Betreed Adventure. Let us know if we can help you to create your jeep tour.


Cambodia is a kingdom in Southeast Asia. It is 181,035 square kilometres (69,898 square miles) in area, bordered by Thailand to the northwest, Laos to the northeast, Vietnam to the east, and the Gulf of Thailand to the southwest. Cambodia has a population of over 15 million. The official religion is Theravada Buddhism, practiced by approximately 95 percent of the population. The country's minority groups include Vietnamese, Chinese, Chams, and 30 hill tribes. The capital and largest city is Phnom Penh, the political, economic, and cultural centre of Cambodia. The kingdom is a constitutional monarchy with Norodom Sihamoni, a monarch chosen by the Royal Throne Council, as head of state. The head of government is Hun Sen, who is currently the longest serving non-royal leader in South East Asia and has ruled Cambodia for over 30 years. Cambodia has become a popular destination and the country is developing fast. The city of Siem Reap was about thirteen years ago a small place with dirt roads and one traffic light, nowadays is the most touristic city of the country and the historical heart of Cambodia. The temples of Angkor is about seven kilometers of the city center and there are a lot of facilities to entertain the tourists from all over the world. But Cambodia is not only Angkor Wat. This fascinating, friendly country has so much more to offer. Countryside tours, floating villages, white sand beaches, tropical islands, jungle trekking, the mighty Mekong river, bicycle tours, cooking class, waterfalls, hilltribes, and much more.

Day by Day

Day 1:Wednesday 01 July 2020Siem ReapTabas Village
Day 2:Thursday 02 July 2020Tabas VillageTabas Village
Day 3:Friday 03 July 2020Tabas VillageSiem Reap

Day 1
Wednesday, 01 July 2020
Siem Reap to Tabas Village

Carvings, Ruins and the Forest
Starting early in the morning, you will drive out of Siem Reap, away from the town and into the beautiful Cambodian countryside. Our first stop is a truly unique, and almost unknown treasure. A few kilometers off the road, if you know which track to take, stands an imposing rock formation. Carved on several sides, in exquisite detail, are a range of spectacular images from the Angkorian times. You will most likely be the only people there, giving you time and freedom to fully appreciate this unique site.
Continuing your drive north you will soon arrive at the spectacular temple of Koh Ker. It is a stunning and unique pyramidal temple built in 931AD. Walking in you could almost feel you were approaching a Central American Mayan sight such as Chichen Itza. Koh Ker also has a unique political history having been set up as a ‘new’ capital away from the Angkor area by Jayavarman IV. However, its importance was short lived; after the King’s death power was returned to the Angkor area around 944 AD. A tiring climb up wooden steps to the top of the Pyramid will soon be forgotten when you take into account the breath-taking views afforded from the summit. After exploring the temple you will take a break to enjoy some traditional Khmer cuisine for lunch.
A short drive south will then connect you to a narrow tree lined, red dirt road which will transport you into another world. As you drive down the road, through river beds and past small local dwellings the foliage will gradually increase in density and you will truly get the feeling you are travelling far off the beaten track. Soon you will be deep inside the protected forest and will arrive at your spectacular accommodation for the next two nights; Be Treed resort. Working closely with the local community, Be Treed is a unique destination for the off-the-beaten-path travelers, nature seekers and adventurers in a small part of wild Cambodia. Depending on availability, you will either be staying in one of the stilt houses or the tree house. Wherever you stay, you will have the feeling of complete immersion into nature, with the sights and sounds of the forest surrounding you at all times as you sleep high up in the trees. All houses are situated a few minutes away from the main building and also away from each other, only increasing your feeling of solitude. After dinner, you will be able to relax and fall asleep in one of the most unique surroundings in Cambodia.

Be Treed
The Stilt house

Included today
Private 4wd car with driver
English speaking Tourleader
Entrance Fee Koh Ker temple
Forest Preservation and Community Development Fund
Vintage jeep

Included meals

Day 2
Thursday, 02 July 2020
Tabas Village

Exploring Nature
After a delicious breakfast, today is all about getting to know the environment. Be Treed is the brainchild of Ben and Sharyn who have lived in Cambodia for many years. Now they, their two daughters and their dogs, have dedicated their life to protect the forest from illegal logging and poaching in order to keep this little corner of Cambodia safe, green and beautiful. Their philosophy is to work directly with community partners working at trying to change things at a micro level, with the hope that this change can eventually impact many.
Staying in this area allows you to experience pure nature at its finest, away from the tourist crowns in other areas of Cambodia. The forest is home to endangered and threatened species of Cambodian wildlife: banteng (wild cow), pileated gibbons, silver langurs, barking deer, sambar deer and many species of birdlife. The area also provides excellent opportunity for hiking through the forest. Here you can also explore Angkorian era “cave-temples”, and the quarries where the ancients carved out their stone, as well as admire the beautiful and aged trees people are working so hard to protect. There is also the opportunity to join Ben on one of his regular protection patrols. If you are feeling particularly adventurous, you can try the pair of 300 metre ziplines traversing a valley, providing you will beautiful panoramic views of the surrounding forest.
You will spend your final night in the trees alone with nature, feeling you have got to know a side of Cambodia that few tourists are lucky enough to experience.

Be Treed
The Stilt house

Included today
Private 4wd car with driver
English speaking Tourleader
Local Guide
Jungle Trekking
Vintage jeep

Included meals

Day 3
Friday, 03 July 2020
Tabas Village to Siem Reap

Hidden Temples and Rubber
After breakfast you will travel south along the dirt roads leaving the forest behind you and into the plains. Your first stop is the magnificent ruined temple of Preh Khan of Kampong Svay. Even if you have visited some of Cambodia’s temples before, this will truly be a special experience. The secluded jungle temple is as spectacular as some of its more famous relatives, yet is a virtual unknown on the tourist trail. The temple walls seem rise up out of the undergrowth, while large trees almost engulf the temple in certain areas. Preh Khan’s secrecy allows you to explore the entirety of this impressive complex in solitude, wandering in and out with the feeling that’s time, nor people, have touched this temple in hundreds of years. A truly unique and magical feeling, one that is very hard to come by these days in Cambodia.
As you drive back towards Siem Reap you will be able to drive through Cambodia’s largest rubber plantation, travelling 10 km straight through the impressive plants, stopping for photos on the way. Your final stop on this wonderful trip will be the Khleang Khmaut Temple. This beautifully stupa is covered in impressive carvings with four, very special faces surveying the landscape. After appreciating this unique temple, a short drive will take you back to the highway and into Siem Reap. This unique trip may be short on days, but is packed full of unique, exciting experiences, far away from the regular tourist routes.

Included today
Private 4wd car with driver
English speaking Tourleader
Entrance Fee Preah Kahn temple
Vintage jeep

Included meals

Quotation summary

Booking number2020-001282-JEEP
CustomerCambodia Jeep
Number of persons2
Price per person756.60USDx 21513.20USD

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