No matter whether you are visiting Cambodia for a few days or a few weeks, everyone who comes to the Kingdom needs a visa. The good news is that getting a tourist visa is as easy as 1-2-3.
Cambodia has long been famous for its awe-inspiring Angkor temples in Siem Reap. Increasingly though, travelers are discovering the kingdom’s other wonders.
Cambodia’s wild, remote landscape wrapped in thick jungle makes it an increasingly popular destination for trekking. Here are our five top tips you need to know.
Situated deep in a protected area of Botum Sakor National Park, Cardamom Tented Camp is ideally suited for outdoor adventurers and nature lovers alike.
Situated in a protected area of Cambodia, Cardamom Tented Camp is an ecolodge using sustainable tourism to tackle illegal logging and wildlife trafficking.
The Cardamom Mountains is not only the home of Cardamom Tented Camp, but is also one of the largest and ecologically richest jungle habitats in Southeast Asia.
Situated in western Cambodia’s Koh Kong Province, below the Cardamom Mountains, Botum Sakor National Park is Cambodia’s largest national park. Spanning three districts in Koh Kong – Kiri Sakor, Botum Sakor and Koh Kong – the park covers an area of over 1,800 km2 and is home to an extraordinarily diverse array of wildlife.
In 2009 a study on Botum Sakor National Park’s wildlife by NGO Frontier Cambodia recorded that the park is home to an amazing 196 different bird species.