About this tour

Day 1

Departure to Prek Changkran weaver village.

Lunch with a family of the village.

After a rest during the hottest hours of the day, weaver families show us the different stages of silk weaving in the Khmer style.

In the late afternoon, a walk around the surrounding countryside.

Dinner with villagers and overnight stay with a village family (basic comfort*).


Day 2

Share breakfast with the villagers and continue by road to Mondolkiri, Kampong Cham or back to Phnom Penh.


* Basic comfort: floor mats, mosquito nets, thin mattress, pillow. Bathing water and toilets outside. For more comfort, please bring your own sheets.

  • Province visited

    Northeast Cambodia

  • Best season

    All year round

  • Accommodation

    Family Homestay and hotel

  • Transportation

    Minibus and by walk

  • Starting from

    Phnom Penh, Kampong Cham, Kratie or Sen Monorom

  • Finishing at

    Phnom Penh, Kampong Cham, Kratie or Sen Monorom


6 people is, in our opinion, the maximum number of participants to allow an encounter with the local population.
We accommodate larger groups, upon special request.

120 EUR/person for a group of 6 

140 EUR/person for a group of 5 

160 EUR/person for a group of 4 

200 EUR/person for a group of 3 

250 EUR/person for a group of 2 


A person traveling alone can contact us for a quote.
These prices depend on chosen accommodations and season.
Contact us for a personalized quotation.

Informations about this tour

What is included
  • All transportation: private minibus
  • Meals: 1 lunch and 1 dinner, together with villagers
  • 1 night accommodation by a villager's family including breakfast (maximum 3 persons per families)
  • The service of our English speaking guide
  • The participation of the villagers as local guides
  • Entrances fees to all sites visited
  • 5$ contribution to Solidarasia solidarity fund for Cambodia (5$ per person and per day of visit)
  • The contribution to the villagers communal fund (5$ per person and per day of visit)

* the communal fund: not all villagers can welcome you. So we set up a communal fund that is used by the community to finance works the village need. Doing that, all the community can benefit from your visit.

What is excluded
  • any drinks (except drinking water)
  • personal extras
  • visa costs (possibility to do on arrival)
  • cancellation, interruption or repatriation insurance


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