Many tourists travelling to South-East Asia still limit their visit in Cambodia to a short trip to the impressive World Heritage Site Angkor.
It is a pity as for a well decade the Kingdom, still not discovered by mass tourism, has been able to be travelled safely and invites to unforgettable experience.
Tourists can expect a wide range of high-contrast travel possibilities.
The offer varies from the trekking-adventures in the intact nature of the numerous national parks, through recreational holidays on one of the sandy beaches in the South to the extensive exploration tours to the sacral buildings scattered across the country.
These are the witnesses of the ancient civilization of which the temple site of Angkor is the main attraction and shouldn’t be missed in the first visit program.
However, Cambodia also offers a variety of less popular attractions.
They doubtlessly include numerous small but fascinating discoveries made for instance during a cycling tour across the lively capital Phnom Penh or while observing the original country life in small villages in the province.
A part of the most exciting travel experience are numerous encounters with hospitable people who, despite their severe life conditions, haven’t lost their enchanting smile and charm.
They are those who support travelers with authentic insights and make Cambodia more than ever a rewarding holiday destination.