Welcome to Kampot
It's not hard to see why travellers become entranced with Kampot. This riverside town, with streets rimmed by dilapidated shophouse architecture, has a dreamy quality; as if someone pressed the snooze button a few years back and the entire town forgot to wake up. The Kompong Bay River – more accurately an estuary – rises and falls with the moons, serving as both attractive backdrop and water-sports playground for... Read More
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4-Day Kep and Kampot Tour by Motorbike
Over four days you will be visiting the historical towns of Kep and Kampot. Activities include delving deep into mysterious thousand year old cave temples, visiting the expansive working salt flats, and picking some of the world’s best pepper at Kampot’s famous pepper farms. Cruise up the Kampot River only to head back down while gazing at the awesome sunset from the boat, visit Gibbon Valley Animal Sanctuary, and have lunch next to the Secret Lake which was dug by Cambodian hands. Ride to the pinnacle of Bokor Mountain to tour the abandoned French Colonial town, which features an old casino and church, visit the Temple Rocks, the flower fields and the meditation rocks. You will be doing all of this on an automatic, sporty scooter accompanied by an English speaking tour guide. You will be staying in Kampot’s famous party hostel, The Mad Monkey, and you will be enjoying some of the best food and hospitality in Cambodia, oh and you will also be directly helping to build a water filter for a poor family in Cambodia. 4 nights accommodation, bed and breakfast, transport, entrances and lunches provided. Monday - Kep Beach Party, visit the gibbon sanctuary, local lunchTuesday - Pepper farm, salt farm, cave temples, group lunch, secret lakeWednesday - Hike to secret waterfallThursday - Kampot mountain tour, Popokvil waterfal, meditation rocks, temple rocks, caves
Ultimate Cambodian Adventure
No matter where you travel in Cambodia, the past is always present. History, both ancient and modern, is everywhere here; whether you’re cycling in the shadows of the mighty Angkor Wat, wandering the streets of cosmopolitan Phnom Penh, or exploring the Irrawaddy in search of river dolphins, you can’t escape the pull of time that shaped – and continues to shape – this arresting land.