CAMBODIA’S ECOTOURISM AND COMMUNITY BASED TOURISM

Travel options for those who want to explore the Kingdom of Wonder while meeting local people.

 

CAMBODIA’S ECOTOURISM AND COMMUNITY BASED TOURISM

Travel options for those who want to explore Cambodia while meeting local people.
Welcome to the Kingdom of Wonder, and an information platform for ecotourism in Cambodia. We support individuals and organisations running community based tourism sites and ecotourism projects and link them to independent travelers and groups wanting to make sustainable choices about their travels.
Ecotourism Cambodia
WHY SUSTAINABLE TOURISM

Do you ever wonder what is the social and environmental impact of your travel adventures?  We do! So, we support community based tourism and eco-tourism.  Read more

IS THIS SOMETHING FOR ME?

You might be wondering if this is something for you… if you will like it. Or maybe, you are not sure if this is a good idea while traveling with children.  Read more

IMPACT RATING

How do I know the place I am going to is genuine? We believe that the best way is to choose is to use our Impact Rating system. Read more

WE ONLY WORK WITH HOME STAYS AND ECO-TOURISM SITES THAT MEET SUSTAINABILITY STANDARDS AND ARE GOOD FOR OUR PLANET.

community based tiurismSUPPORTING LOCAL COMMUNITIES

SUPPORTING ECO-SYSTEMS

cambodia wildlifeSUPPORTING CAMBODIAN WILDLIFE

homestaySUSTAINABLE EMPLOYMENT

ecotourismREDUCE, REUSE AND RECYCLE

Homestay at Tbeng Kulen in Siem Reap
Homestay at Tbeng Kulen in Siem Reap
Banteay Srei district, Siem Reap is more than just temples. There are many local experiences to be had beyond Angkor. Off in a tuk-tuk from the Banteay Srei Butterfly Centre we headed for the Tbeng Kulen Homestay.
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O’Russey Kandal, an idyllic swimming spot
O’Russey Kandal, an idyllic swimming spot
As we arrived, we drove through a small village, past a couple of sleepy restaurants and towards a beautiful swimming spot. At the entrance to the site, you pay the guard $1 per person. This money goes towards general clean up of the area, and towards a small community fund.
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A peaceful day at Chrok La Eang Waterfall Community
A peaceful day at Chrok La Eang Waterfall Community
On one of our stop over nights at Koh Kong, we decided to visit the Peam Krasaop Wildlife Sanctuary close to the main Koh Kong town. Only 8 km out of the town, it provides easy access to a beautiful mangrove forest. We left for the Peam Krasaop Wildlife Sanctuary early in the morning at 8am; as we hoped be able to reach...
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VISIT SOME OF THE BEST CAMBODIAN ECOTOURISM AND COMMUNITY-BASED TOURISM PROJECTS AND SITES

VISIT SOME OF THE BEST CAMBODIAN ECOTOURISM AND COMMUNITY-BASED TOURISM PROJECTS AND SITES
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