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Eco Activities & Offers

The EcoCambodia site is a comprehensive resource of the Ecotourism offers in Cambodia, by the Ministry of Tourism. To add your destination or ecotourism offer, please contact us with a short (100 word) description, contact details, location, and 3 high-quality images at info@ecocambodia.org.

The tourism industry has a large impact on the environment which is why All Dreams Cambodia works towards advocating for sustainability in tourism. They design itineraries full of unique experiences, tailored to your travel needs. All Dreams Cambodia will make you fall in love with the world, one experience at a time.

The conservationists of The Cambodia Flora Trek and Hiking organisation work with multiple NGOs, institutions and local communities in order to promote conservation. They do this through creating trekking tours, flora sightseeing tours and contributing plant research. Their tours, organised from Phnom Penh, will provide guests with a new life expercience linked ot the flora of Cambodia.

Cardamom Tented Camp is a non-profit project that offers eco lodge accommodation, which pays for the protection of 18,000 hectares of Botum Sakor National Park, in Koh Kong province. We offer guided treks into the dense jungle of Botum Sakor, kayaking in the daytime and boat watching for fireflies at night along the river. For the more adventurous, you can go tubing down the river, ziplining across the river or exploring some of the remote parts of the river system.

Chambok Community-Based Ecotourism

Chambok Community-based Ecotourism is an initiative by local environment organisation Mlup Baitong that aims to resolve deforestation issues and improve community livelihoods for the local villagers. The Chambok site lies at the border of Kirirom National Park within the Kompong Speu province, near a beautiful 40-meter high waterfall. Through their guided tours and community education programmes, visitors will enjoy interacting with locals and experiencing activities such as hiking, ox-cart riding, renting bicycles, picnicking,or bird watching.

Chi Phat, located in Koh Kong, is a community-based ecotourism project by Wildlife Alliance. Go trekking to Betel Nut waterfall for a refreshing swim, embark on a journey from Bald Mountain Viewpoint to Silver Meadow, or take a trip to Loom Stream Mountain Community’s banana plantation. For a cultural experience, learn about 500-year-old ancient jar burials in the Cardamom mountains. Volunteers can stay in Chi Phat long term and help build the local community.

DanCherng Adventure

DanCherng Adventure is a private tour operator for adventure enthusiasts. Tour visitors can look forward to exploring and trekking to the Chey Ta Pang Waterfall in Koh Kong Province and Krovanh mountain in the Pursat district.

The Elephant Valley Project, run by ELIE is a sanctuary for old and rescued elephants in Mondulkiri. Visitors can see elephants thriving in their natural habitat by walking alongside them and learning about their lives in Cambodia and what you can do to help. Above all, their mantra is to “do what is best for the elephants”.

Fishing Cat Ecological Enterprise is an organisation that aims to promote the conservation of the Fishing Cat population in Cambodia. They conduct research on the different species, habitats and the ecosystem they thrive in. It’s important to contribute to the body of knowledge of the fishing cats to remove fear and persecution of the species and ensure conservation.

Herost is an online travel guide and toolkit promoting eco-friendly, community-driven travel experiences. Herost, which means “Hosts are Heroes” identifies and lists accommodations, activities, and tours provided by responsible hosts for travellers who care about their impacts on people and the planet. They encourage, nurture and highlight eco-friendly tourism destinations, experiences, and practices that are positive and inclusive. Travelers can view eco-lodging, farmstay and eco-friendly restaurants options on our website, whereas sustainable businesses can add their business listings on Herost.

Located in the rainforests of the Mondulkiri region, Jahoo Gibbon Camp is led by indigenous tour guides and wildlife researchers with the goal of promoting wildlife conservation. Besides raising awareness for Cambodia’s endangered gibbons and black-shanked douc langur, visitors can embark on various trekking tours to learn more about other primates, birdlife and the Bunong culture.