Explore historic Cambodia from a different perspective- cycling past ancient wonders, camping near monasteries, trekking in remote hill tribes, or paddling through a mangrove forest on one of our Cambodia adventure tours. Witness fascinating cultures, visit world-renowned attractions and explore nature’s beauty as you travel off the beaten path and in to the heart of Cambodia. Whether you are seeking a serious cycling journey or a soft trek, the options offered by Cambodia are endless.



Cycling in Cambodia is for the more adventurous traveler, but if you’re an experienced cyclist you’ll discover the real Cambodia. Most of Cambodia is quite flat and recently many roads have been upgraded, so road conditions have improved considerably.

Of course you’ll still come across bumpy roads in the countryside, but isn’t that part of the fun? Cycling in Cambodia should only be done during the dry season, from November until March, when the temperatures are not too high. When cycling just after the end of the rainy season, the country is lush and green.


Maneuver the flooded forests of the Mekong, see rare fresh water dolphins up close, and kayak down river through remote jungles and wetlands. Kayaking in Cambodia is a truly unique experience.Over the last few years kayaking opportunities in Cambodia have increased. You can do kayak trips in remote Ratanakiri province on the beautiful Se San River, in the even more remote Cardamom Mountains at a community based ecotourism project, or on the rivers near Battambang and Kampot.

Cycle through ancient ruins and small villages, along quiet coastal roads and paths and across idyllic river islands as you pass through the subtle beauty of Cambodia’s countryside on a bicycle tour.


Horse Riding is an unusual, but increasingly popular pastime for visitors to Siem Reap. It’s an ideal way to get off the beaten track and see some of the lesser known attractions around town. Set on 10 hectares of beautiful Khmer countryside, around a miniature lake, the Happy Ranche Horse Farm accommodates 46 horses, stallions, mares and foals. The facilities include a round pen, a 20 x 40m dressage arena, a horse preparation area, and 40 large clean stalls in the stables.



Explore remote jungles and waterfalls, trek to lost hill tribe villages and experience the wilds in a Cambodian trekking adventure.


Try for the big fish in the remote wilds of the Mekong or enjoy a relaxing getaway with plenty of fish by charter on the sea. From remote jungles of the Mekong, freshwater giants and amazing river scenery to sea air, deserted island beaches and great saltwater catches, Cambodia is an excellent location for adventure fishing.
Please contact us regarding custom-made fishing trips in Cambodia.


Cambodia offers a lot of opportunities for dirt bike riders. From lost jungle cities to serene coastal highways and rough jungle trails, seeing Cambodia by dirt bike is an adventure like no other. Many of the main roads between major towns are in good to reasonable conditions, but once off these roads the real adventure begins.

You can just rent a bike at one of the rental shops in Phnom Penh, Siem Reap, Sihanoukville or Kampot and – with a good map – find your own way around the country. However, if you want to explore jungle tracks (like in the Cardamom Mountains), only do that with an experienced guide. In some areas there are hundreds of walking trails and ox-cart tracks and as there are no signs or people, you’d easily get lost.



From turbulent waters, freshwater dolphins and flooded forests in the north to lazy currents, idyllic island and floating villages, the Mekong River can be a highlight of any trip to Cambodia.


 Enjoy world class instruction, clear waters, amazing sea life and secluded islands in some of the worlds least explored diving sites off Cambodia’s coast.