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How many tour operators are there in Cambodia?

36 Tour Operators
36 Tour Operators in Cambodia with 229 Reviews.

How do I plan a trip to Cambodia?

A Two-Week Travel Itinerary to Cambodia

  1. Day 1: Arrive in Phnom Penh.
  2. Day 2: Explore the markets, temples and river.
  3. Day 3: Take a bus to Siem Reap.
  4. Day 4: Sunrise at Angkor Wat and explore the temples.
  5. Day 5: Phnom Kulen and the circus.
  6. Day 6: Meet Siem Reap’s artisans.
  7. Day 8 & 9: Relax, relax and relax.

Who makes tour package?

The Difference between a tour operator and a travel agent is that a tour operator makes the package and can sell direct to consumer. A travel agent sells the packages created by tour operators to the consumer. A travel agent – is purely an agent for holidays selling tours that are provided by tour operators.

What is the largest travel company?

Expedia Group
List of top earning travel companies

Rank Company No. of employees
1 Expedia Group 24,000
2 Booking Holdings 24,500
3 American Express Global Business Travel 17,400
4 BCD Travel 13,800

How do I choose a tour?

14 Tips for Choosing the Right Group Tour

  1. Understand the Variety of Group Tours Available.
  2. Understand What Type of Traveler You Are.
  3. Figure Out the Right Size Group for You.
  4. Check the Activity Level.
  5. Check How Open the Itinerary Is.
  6. Understand the Pace of the Tour.
  7. Research Transportation.
  8. Understand the Meal Plan.

Which is the best tour company for Cambodia?

1 On The Go Tours. 2 AmaWaterways. 3 Intrepid Travel. 4 G Adventures. 5 Scenic Luxury Cruises & Tou 6 TruTravels. 7 Intro Travel. 8 Exodus Travels. 9 Peregrine Adventures. 10 Hoi An Express.

What to pack for a trip to Cambodia?

Cambodia is hot! Pack natural fabrics that’ll keep you cooler. While visiting places of worship you’ll need to cover your legs and shoulders. An hour long reflexology foot massage can be had for a mere $5 US! Half of Cambodia’s current population is under the age of 15 years.

What kind of money do you use in Cambodia?

The national currency of Cambodia is the Riel but US dollars are also accepted. ATM’s are everywhere and credit cards are accepted in most tourist areas. Tipping is not really part of the culture in Cambodia, but leaving a tip of 10% will go a long way. Be sure to try Lort Cha from a street vendor.