Cambodia is a place where you would never fall short of fun and excitement. You can find Cambodia adventure tours such as: biking, ziplining, canoeing, hiking, horseback riding, hunting, kayaking, mountaineering etc. Cambodia adventure tourism is now taking off - literally if touring by microlight. The introduction of Western know-how, and the advantage of areas of untouched wilderness, makes Cambodia a great venue for those interested in more adventurous activities for their vacations.
1. Cycling and Biking in Cambodia
1.1 Siem Reap with Angkor Temples
1.2 Biking in Phnom Penh
2. Kayaking in Cambodia
2.1 Tonle Sap lake
2.2 Tatai river
3. Trekking in Cambodia
3.1 Hiking and trekking in Siem Reap
3.2 Cardamom Mountains TrekkingThe Cardamom Mountain is the untouched jungle of Cambodia which is largely covered with dense forest. It is the focal point of the country's flourishing wildlife. Since the ecotourism initiative in the region began, wildlife trade in the area has been reduced by a remarkable rate. Most of the illegal loggers & poachers converted to become tour guides of the Cardamoms. The range of flora and fauna is generally unidentified due to the massive scope and the remoteness of many parts of it. There is not much information about the wilderness in the Cardamoms as it is not yet explored intensively for study. This trip is truly a glimpse of the wild!
3.3 Trekking in Mondulkiri
3.4 Ratanakiri Jungle Trekking
The region is home to a large number of tribal communities who have occupied these lands since the earliest Cambodian civilizations settled here. Whether it's the farming communities of Yaklom commune, the various villages of the Ochum district which are home to thousands of tribal villages, or being let loose in the beautiful Virachay National Park, Ratanakiri is the trekking enthusiast's playground.heavenin Mondulkiri and where we recommend as the best place to ride these immense, intelligent creatures in their most natural habitat in and around the virgin Cambodian jungle.
It is likely that any elephant guide who accompanies you on a trek will be of Phnom tribal descent, as the Phnom people have since the beginning of time used elephants to assist with travel, farming and all manner of domestic chores. They also have a huge amount of respect for these jungle veterans. They pray to elephant gods as part of regular praying rituals and death ceremonies for a domestic elephant are as important and elaborate as for a human in the family.