The Angkor Wat Archaeological Complex is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, considered the pinnacle of ancient Khmer architecture, art and civilization and is the most important archaeological site in Southeast Asia. It houses the largest and most significant remains of the Angkorian Empire including the famous Angkor Wat, Prasat Bayon and Ta Prohm.

Numerous other ruins can also be found in the surrounding countryside, nestled peacefully between rice fields and secluded villages or surrounded by the jungle like Beng Melea and Banteay Srei. Discuss your interests with us and we will guide you through one of the wonders of the world.

Temples of Angkor

Discover the very best of the Angkor Archaeological Complex with us. Your personal guide will show you the must-see sites at the optimum times of day to avoid the tourist crowds so you may have a temple and its hidden treasures to yourself to explore. As a wellness retreat , Navutu offers Pranayama meditation at select temple sites and a guided walking tour, ‘Forest Bathing’, in one of the beautiful nature’s path in the Complex.

* Tours do not include Temple Entrance Fee – See prices here

Sunset Tour

Let us take you in one of the many panoramic sunset spots that Angkor has to offer. Stroll through the forests around the temples, learn of the marvels of Khmer civilization and enjoy a sunset drink , a cocktail or a chilled bottle of champagne while admiring the end of a beautiful day in a very special place.

* Tours do not include Temple Entrance Fee – See prices here

Tonle Sap

Enjoy a half-day, small-group tour from Siem Reap to the lake town of Chong Kneas on Tonle Sap, Southeast Asia’s largest freshwater lake.Travel by tuk-tuk through the outskirts of Siem Reap to the lake town of Chong Kneas, the gateway to Tonle Sap. Board your boat and cruise through Tonle Sap, observing life on the lake as you travel past floating fishing villages that have their own schools, shops, hospitals and even crocodile farms.

* Tours do not include Temple Entrance Fee – See prices here

Phnom Kulen

Venture out and away to Kulen Mountain, the most sacred mountain in Cambodia and visit the massive reclining Buddha carved into the stone hill and do not miss a cooling and refreshing bath in the magical waterfalls and a spectacular walk in the jungle.

* Tours do not include Temple Entrance Fee – See prices here

Angkor Wat Entry Fee

US$37.00 per person for one day. 

US$62.00 per person for  three days (valid for 10 days).

US$72.00 per person for  seven days (Valid for 1 month).