Cambodia

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Explore the real Cambodia, meet the locals and enjoy the environment

Homestay Cambodia

HOMESTAY

Living like the locals

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MEKONG RIVER

Visit the world’s great waterway

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ELEPHANTS

Help to protect Cambodian elephants

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TEMPLES

Explore historic temples, go beyond

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REMOTE AREAS

The most remote and beautiful destinations

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DAY TRIPS

Leave the cities for a day

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TREKKING

Feel the nature and enjoy local trekking

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TONLE SAP

Discover Tonle Sap Lake and its floating villages

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WILDLIFE

Explore Cambodia’s wildlife and biodiverse

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HOMESTAY

Living like the locals

MEKONG RIVER

Visit the world’s great wateway

ELEPHANTS

Help to protect Cambodia’s elephants

TEMPLES

Explore historic temples

REMOTE AREAS

The most remote and beautiful destinations

DAY TRIPS

Leave the city for a day

TREKKING

Enjoy the nature and go trekking

TONLE SAP

Discover Tonle Sap and its floating villages

WILDLIFE

Explore Cambodia’s wildlife and biodiversity

WHAT DO OTHER TRAVELLERS SAY?

Just take a deep breath, explore and enjoy the real Cambodia.

TRAVEL NEWS AND TIPS

TRAVEL NEWS

News from projects and travel stories

My time at Run Ta Ek Eco Village, Siem Reap
Run Ta Ek Eco Village Homestay is a really interesting place to get an understanding of what village life is like. Run Ta Ek was built in the 2000’s as a home for families moving out of the UNESCO land around the Angkor temples. read more
Overnight homestay at Tbeng Kulen in rural 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. An overnight with a local community awaited us. read more
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. read more
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... read more
An adventure by motorbike at Phnom Kulen, Siem Reap
Koh Han is a really extraordinary place –it has everything I could have wished for, tranquillity, a friendly community, beautiful river scenery, and a very warm welcome. I loved watching people going about their daily lives on the river, transporting goods to market... read more
Birding adventure at Prek Toal floating village
Prek Toal is a large floating village on the Tonle Sap lake. It is a big village and it was an adventure to get there! In dry season, Prek Toal is hard to get to because the water levels are low. My friend and I experienced this first hand as we visited at the driest time of the year, just before rainy season started. We took a tuk tuk ride... read more

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