F.A.Q.

F.A.Q.
Pascal CALEBOUT

what is the weather like

In principal there are 2 seasons: dry and wet, with each a hot and cool period. Cambodia has a dry period, from December(cool) to May(hot), with temperatures to 35° degrees Celsius (April) and a rainy period, from June(hot) to November(cool), when heavy rain showers can be expected. Cambodia is a relatively small country; temperatures do

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F.A.Q.
Pascal CALEBOUT

what do i need for my health

There are no vaccinations required to enter Cambodia, except coming from an area with high yellow fever risk. It is definitely advised to have the following vaccinations: typhus, cholera, hepatitis A en B, tetanus and polio. Malaria is a danger when travelling to remote areas and the advice is to take the necessary precautions when

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F.A.Q.
Pascal CALEBOUT

is cambodia dangerous

For the last few years Cambodia has been socially and political stable. As in other bigger cities there are small crimes and bag-snatching. Be attentive and don’t forget to carry your camera. We work with a few known, trustworthy tuk-tuk’s (local taxis) which are there for your use, so you can travel around (especially evenings)

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F.A.Q.
Pascal CALEBOUT

do i need a visa

All visitors need a visa. A tourist visa valid for 1 month can be purchased on arrival when carrying a valid travel passport for minimum 6 months after leaving Cambodia. The price is officially US$30.00 (single entry) from 1st of Oct 2014, and can be paid in dollar; additional charge if you do not provide

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