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With so much water in the country, it is no wonder you can be active for days exploring or enjoying Cambodia. Scuba diving and snorkeling in Sihanoukville, swimming in pools or at local swimming spots, and fishing trips from any town on the coast or islands off Cambodia's coast.
The Gulf of Thailand offers superb sailing conditions in a warm tropical climate and consistent trade winds of 10 to 15 knots all year round makes Cambodia an idyllic sailing destination. Sailing between the islands and passing by the tiny handmade fishing craft of the local Cambodian fishing villages is an experience in itself. There are many beaches, waterfalls and even Buddhist shrines to explore.
Most of the islands (but not all of them) are truly pristine and completely unspoiled. The only people you will encounter are the locals from the few tiny fishing villages, living their lives as they have always done.Read More
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.
Here we give you an overview of the best kayaking trips in Cambodia, including links to websites and telephone numbers of companies offering kayak tours.
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The islands off the coast of Cambodia provide excellent diving locations and white sand beaches: perfect retreats to get away from it all. Already close to the mainland there’s some great diving, but for those who want to stay a little longer and venture a little further, there are world class dive sites such as Condor Reef and Poulo Wai waiting to be explored.Read More