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Whether you are into cycling, water sports or golf; Cambodia has something for everyone. Here are some of the best activities to do in Cambodia, but we have plenty more up our sleeves so do ask us.

Trekking & Wildlife
Cambodia has some wonderful national parks that provide ample opportunity for trekking and wildlife spotting, including Bokor National Park in Kampot and Ream National Park in Sihanoukville. There are some lovely hikes to be had in the south-western area of Koh Rong, meanwhile the ‘wild’ northeast provinces of Mondulkiri and Ratanakiri have all been de-mined and are quite safe for multi-day treks. There are plenty of bird watching opportunities as Cambodia is home to the regions rarest and largest water birds – including the stork and the pelican – especially around Siem Reap.

Water Sports & Diving
Sihanoukville and the islands off the south-coast are the places to head for water activities. You will find an array of water sports on offer at the main beaches in Sihanoukville including windsurfing and kite-surfing. Meanwhile, the best snorkelling and diving sites can be found around the islands off the coast – including Koh Rong Samloem and the private island of Song Saa.

Cycling can be a lovely way to explore Cambodia and visit rural village life, which is only ever a stones-throw away from all the main town and cities. We especially love the cycling trip that we offer around rural Battambang – and it is also a great way to get around some of the temples that are closer together. For those that are after something a little more adrenalin-fuelled dirt biking is also taking off here.

Boat Trips
Boating enthusiasts will be glad to hear there are plenty of opportunities to get on the water in Cambodia. There are a plethora of river tours down the Mekong – you could spend up to a week making your way from Siem Reap all the way down to the Delta in Vietnam if you wish, and there are plenty of luxury options. Shorter boat trips that we thoroughly recommend in Cambodia include those at Tonle Sap Lake near Siem Reap, dolphin watching in Kratie and the fabulous river route from Battambang and Siem Reap.

Golf is slowly taking off in Cambodia and there are an increasing number of courses to be found around Siem Reap, as well as a couple near Phnom Penh.

Siem Reap
This lively, bustling town has the ancient kingdom of Angkor on its doorstep, making it the perfect place to base your temple adventures. A point of pilgrimage, pride and inspiration for Cambodians, the Hindu temples of Angkor should not be missed.
Phnom Penh
Although often by-passed by many tourists, Phnom Penh offers a fascinating insight into the past, present and future of Cambodia. Tuk-tuk across the busy streets, get to grips with the country's harrowing history of genocide at the Killing Fields or watch the sunset from a riverside bar; there's something for everyone. What's more, we've discovered a handful of fabulous little boutique hotels.
Kampot & Kep
Escape the crowds and enjoy the rural beauty of the south-west. Kampot is famed for its rich, spicy pepper, restful river and jungle terrain while Kep offers the best sunset spots over the ocean in all of Cambodia. Not to mention the delicious crab on offer. This is the place to relax in Cambodia and we've found the best places for you to do just that.
Arguably the most charming of Cambodia's larger urban centres, Battambang has a small-town friendly vibe with the bustle of a city. It is home to some of the best preserved French architecture in Cambodia, glorious rice paddies and provincial villages that offer a real insight into Cambodian life.
Cambodia’s prime beach destination - Sihanoukville is surrounded by sandy beaches and tropical islands. We know how to steer you away from the crowds here and have discovered a handful of northern beaches with the perfect chill out vibe.
Koh Kong
If you are looking for a jungle escape with thundering waterfalls surrounded by luscious greenery then look no further than Koh Kong. It’s a gem of a find. Off the tourist trail enough to make you feel like you have discovered a slice of hidden Cambodia. We recommend staying on a floating tent or hut over the river (surprisingly more luxurious than it sounds). Trust us on this one...
One of the nicest spots to enjoy the natural beauty of the mighty Mekong River is at Kratie, which offers stunning sunsets and is home to the rare fresh-water Irrawaddy dolphins that can be seen all year round. The nearby island of Koh Trong is an ideal place to relax for a day and north of Kratie you can find peaceful fishing communities and rural scenery that is ideal for cycling or trekking.
Ratanakiri Province
This diverse region of natural beauty in the north-east is harder to get to but all the more beautiful for it. Here you will find virtually untouched forested mountains, ethnic minority groups with their own languages and traditions, volcanic lakes and thundering waterfalls. The main activity on offer here is trekking and there is plenty of wildlife to be seen in their natural habitats, including gibbons and elephants.

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