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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 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”.

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.

Solo Landscapes operates eco-tours that aim to bring nature lovers and explorers out of their comfort zone and reconnect with themselves. They provide tours in 22 destinations leaving from Phnom Penh, that follow a principle of leaving no trace to promote conservation and ecotourism. They also run a program called “Passport”, where participants who practice ecotourism receive stamps from communities/tour operators.