Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Cambodia Angkor Blessings Photography Tours 2018-2019 Program.


The new Cambodia Angkor Blessings Photography Tours are available from October 15th 2018 until May 2019.



Cambodia Angkor Blessings Photography Tours:




Cambodia Photo Tour Itinerary: Phnom Penh street photography-Kampong Chhnang-Angkor Wat & Siem Reap. 

*Including all expert photography guiding, transportation, and 4 nights accomodation. 
*clean a/c budget hotels and transportation by VIP minivans.
*not included lunch and dinners and personal expenses or insurances.
*Contact me directly for current and custom pricing details.
*For private tours contact me for your custom tour package, high end boutique accommodation and pricing.
info@cambodiaphototours.asia

Example Itinerary: 

1. Half & Full day Phnom Penh: When you are strapped for time or just want to see and make pictures of the capital city from a reality standpoint this is for you.
Phnom Penh phototour starts from $75 including transportation.

* we never take large groups max is 6 photographers for maximum personal attention and in order to stay on street level with our subjects.


Full day  Phnom Penh to Kampong Chhnang by minivan phototour and late afternoon onward travel to Siem Reap for the night, dinner and hotel. Kampong Chhnang is somehow overlooked by the tourist hordes heading to Siem Reap-Angkor Wat and is an exciting rough hard working town at the end of the Tonle Sap river before it runs into the Tonle Sap lake, the largest lake in East Asia.

There are many possibilities to capture great pictures here on and off the water.
The town riverside fish market and port is amazingly chaotic and it's great to see the locals in their fast boats commuting into town to get supplies for the floating homes build on the water. This place is definitely not a tourist destination!

*Option: Phnom Penh full day and Kampong Chhnang full day phototour, including all transportation. Pricing contact me directly.
*Travel by private Taxi to KC and back to PP add $50.
Kampong Chhnang phototour only from $180 full day.



Extended photo adventures:


Example photography off the beaten track adventure Itinerary package: 7 to 12 days.

2. Days our very well received Phnom Penh Photo tour 1,5  or 2 days one overnight.
1. Next day Phnom Penh to Kampong Chhnang a hardworking off the beaten track fishing town day tour. Over land or boat (floating villages tonle sap lake/river) 1 day- overland travel to Siem Reap/Angkor Wat overnight. 
1. Day Angkor Wat. Sunrise/ Sunset sessions-Siem Reap overnight.
1. Day Hidden temples and Siem Reap countryside/floating villages. (option)
1 Day Siem Reap to Anlong Veng/ former Khmer Rouge last stand of Pol Pot-overnight at Anlong Veng.
1 Day from Anlong Veng to Preah Vihear Temple/ mountain on the Cambodian and Thai Border-overnight (4wd/drive challenge)
1 Day from Preah Vihear-travel back to Siem Reap-overnight and Departure next morning.
Total 8 Days & 7 nights.

Optional: Additional Mekong River photo Safari back to Phnom Penh package:

1 Day continue travel onwards from Siem Reap to Kratie a very pleasant town on the banks of the Mekong. Here we will be able unwind with nature again and will capture the endangered Irrawaddy Dolphins the next morning-overnight.
1 Day Kratie and Mekong Island stay on a incredible island in the middle of the river where time stood still-overnight.
1 Day travel back from Kratie to Phnom Penh. 
3 days-2 nights. Total 10-11 days.

Summery:

This presented itinerary bring us to a total of 10 to 11 Days and offers the best of Cambodia, from street photography in city of Phnom Penh to the nomadic fishing people living on the Tonle Sap lake and river to the mystic architecture miracles of the lost Khmer empire civilization to the more recent horrors of the Khmer Rouge in the years 1975-'79 and the death of Pol Pot in 1998 in the hidden jungle hills border of Cambodia.
From the deep jungles on the border between Cambodia and Thailand with amazing views over the mountain escarpments and grand views back to the warm and wild heart of Cambodia the Mekong river.

All travel can be done with budget local transport or if preferred by private taxi/VIP van with a/c modern cars.
Stay in clean budget a/c fan hotels or guesthouses or boutique/resort hotels.
I can offer my many year of experience in Cambodia as well as a professional photographer/guide and show you the best places and meet the right people and make your travel easy with accommodation reservations if required.

Pricing: Contact me directly for your custom tailored photography adventure price quote.

*Most locations are not on the tourist route and therefore we need to hire a private car that is obviously more expensive than a local bus or VIP minivan.
*We can do a mix of budget and boutique hotels depending also on the budget and locations. Also here there is many options but as we move away from the crowds the prices and options are sometimes limited but always clean and with a/c or fan and wifi. ;)




About Us: 

Over the years since 2013 Michael Klinkhamer has developed a well acclaimed daily photography tour in Phnom Penh.
http://cambodiaphototours.asia

Together with the various Cambodia wide multi day workshops he has conducted, this experience has evolved into a great know-how base and practical understanding of his adopted homeland Cambodia.

Cambodia is so much more than Angkor Wat, but at the same time the Angkor Wat temples are the spiritual and historical gravity center of the region over centuries and all roads seem to run towards this magical place. An absolute "must see" when you're in the region.

In order to show you the full picture I have put together a Cambodian Photography Program for the fall and winter-springtime of 2018-2019 that will bring you to some of the best locations in my opinion to get to know Cambodia and do the best pictures in a limited time.

We now offer our acclaimed Phnom Penh phototour and including a great day shooting at Kampong Chhnang on our way towards Siem Reap/Angkor Wat.
http://michaelklinkhamerphotographyworkshops.blogspot.com/2018/06/kampong-chhnang-photo-tour.html





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