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What’s included

  • A local English speaking leader
  • Good standard hotel accommodation in main cities, on full board, twin share basis
  • Best available hotels in outlying towns, on full board, twin share basis
  • Accommodation on full board basis in Chi Phat village and the Wildlife Release Station
  • All road transport by private vehicles
  • Sightseeing where specified
  • Economy class return air fares from the UK & UK Departure Tax (flight inclusive only)
  • Single, timed, group airport transfers for international flights on arrival and departure
  • A free Mountain Kingdoms Water-to-Go bottle or a free Mountain Kingdoms fleece
  • Option to join one of our pre-trip walks in the Cotswolds

Cardamom Mountains Trails Community Treks

Walking & Trekking

Cambodia | Walking & Trekking

Cardamom Mountains Trails
Gentle / Moderate

Gentle: Suitable for people who enjoy easy-paced walks or exploring the countryside on foot.

Moderate: Suitable for anyone who enjoys hill walking.

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Grade: Gentle / Moderate ? Gentle / Moderate
Duration:  16 days from the UK  
Walks on: 6 days

Flight inclusive from £2,895,
Land only from £2,175

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Walk in the Cardamom Mountains, Cambodia, the most unspoiled wilderness remaining in mainland Southeast Asia.


  • Travel by foot and by boat to explore the Cardamom Mountains
  • Discover diverse flora and fauna and spend time at the Wildlife Release Station
  • Experience village life in Chi Phat
  • Visit the architectural splendours of Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom


The balance of trekking and culture on this holiday was just right. I expected great things of this holiday and it reached and even surpassed my expectations. The two trek guides were both informative and helpful.
Ms T, Bristol

The guides and drivers on our trip were excellent - very friendly and approachable. We enjoyed the chance to learn more about Cambodia's troubled past as well as the friendliness and good humour of the Chi Phat villagers, our hosts, porters and cooks.
Ms S, Dorset

I returned from MK's Cardamom Mountains trek yesterday and want to thank you and the teams here and in Cambodia for yet another superb trip. Our in-country guide was outstanding. His generosity of spirit, knowledge and language skills fostered absolute confidence in him. He was attentive, patient, meticulously organised and had a wonderful sense of humour.
Ms B, Buckinghamshire

Our stay in Chi Phat was phenomenal. It was an absolute privilege to stay with a lovely young family who, despite speaking no English, were able to communicate so effectively their obvious delight in hosting us. We were made so comfortable and welcome and felt very sad to leave them.
Ms B, Buckinghamshire

We would like to take this opportunity to thank MK for such a wonderful Trek. This was our 3rd MK holiday and we have been absolutely delighted and inspired by each of them.
Mr & Mrs W, Nottinghamshire

We much enjoyed our holiday in Cambodia and were delighted to meet so many happy, friendly people along the way. The temples were astounding, the Killing Fields were chilling, the country side was lovely and filled with so many interesting sights and photographic opportunities – overall Cambodia was a delight to visit, and our guides were wonderful.
Mrs H, Northamptonshire

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We fly into Cambodia’s capital and former French colonial city, Phnom Penh, where we enjoy a full day’s sightseeing. Heading south west, we trek for three days in the little visited Cardamom Mountains, where walking trails have only very recently been developed through the inviting forested landscape. We walk to waterfalls and caves and spend time in the village of Chi Phat witnessing village life at first hand. The area is renowned for its biodiversity and we hope to see silver langurs, long-tailed macaques, greater hornbills and other forest creatures.

Moving north, via the floating village of Kompong Pluk, we travel to Siem Reap and Angkor Wat. This astounding temple complex covers a vast area but rather than seeing the main attractions by tour bus, we have three days of thorough exploration on foot.


At a glance

Grade: Gentle / Moderate
Gentle / Moderate

Duration:  16 days from the UK  
Walks on: 6 days

Guaranteed to run for a minimum of 4 clients

Maximum group size: 12

Land only joining city: Phnom Penh

Accommodation types: Hotels, Village Houses, Bungalows

Meal arrangements: Full Board from dinner on arrival day to breakfast on departure day.

Itinerary overview
Day Activity
Fly to Phnom Penh. Sightseeing tour.
Drive to Andoung Tuk. Boat to Chi Phat. Walk to Teuk Vet Waterfall.
Walk to Wildlife Release Station. Full day of activities.
Walk back to Chi Phat. Drive to Kampot. Time at leisure and sunset boat trip.
Walk to Phnom Chnork. Afternoon boat trip to Rabbit Island.
Drive to Phnom Penh. Visit markets.
In depth exploration of Angkor Wat and surrounding temple complexes.
Fly from Siem Reap to London.
Leader: Local leader, Cambodia
Local leader, Cambodia

We use English speaking local leaders - they are certified/registered guides, and in their company you will certainly gain an insight into the way of life, traditions and culture of Cambodia.

  1. Day 1 - Depart London for Phnom Penh.

    There are no direct flights from the UK to Cambodia, so you will fly via a hub such as Bangkok and then on to Phnom Penh.

    Overnight iconOvernight: In flight
  2. Day 2 - Arrive Phnom Penh.

    You arrive in Phnom Penh today and will be met by our representative and transferred to your hotel. Time permitting you will pay a late afternoon visit to Wat Phnom and experience the amazing confusion of Phnom Penh's streets. Traffic of all sorts moves in every direction, generally very slowly and quietly and most drivers display astonishing patience. Wat Phnom, which lies in the north of the city, is today a meeting place for many of the city's inhabitants and on top of the hill resides a lovely temple and stupa.

    Overnight iconOvernight: La Rose Suites Or Similar, Phnom Penh
  3. Day 3 - Sightseeing in Phnom Penh.
    cardamom mountains trails national museum phnom penh n hull.

    Today you will enjoy a fully guided tour of Phnom Penh including, this morning, the National Museum of Arts. This museum holds many of the country's rarest art works. Much of the country's art was either destroyed by the Khmer Rouge, or sold by unscrupulous dealers over the Thai border, and these impressive exhibits offer only a glimpse of what once was. Then, before lunch, you will see the Royal Palace with its Silver Pagoda. The Royal Palace (home to Cambodia's current King - Norodom Sihamoni) is a striking example of Thai-influenced Cambodian architecture. The Silver Palace (so called because of the 5,000 silver tiles which make up its floor) again contains many rare relics of the country's history.

    After lunch you will visit the Toul Sleng Museum and the Killing Fields of Choeung Ek. The Toul Sleng Museum (better known as the Genocide Museum) provided the base for the Khmer Rouge security force, prison and interrogation centre, S21. The building, formerly a primary school with the photographs of many of its victims displayed on the walls, now stands testament to the brutality and murderous actions of the Pol Pot regime. After the prisoners were interrogated here they were taken to Choeung Ek to be executed. Many of the country's intellectuals along with some Westerners were labelled 'enemies of the revolution' and killed in this complex. There now stands a stupa filled with human skulls as a memorial to the victims. The Killing Fields, situated just outside Phnom Penh now has a memorial Stupa and small museum dedicated to the memory of the 17,000 people killed in the extermination camp set up by the Khmer Rouge in the mid-1970s.

    Overnight iconOvernight: La Rose Suites Or Similar, Phnom Penh
  4. Day 4 - Drive to Andoung Tuk and boat to Chi Phat – 2-3 hours. Walk to Chhay Chrey rapids - 3.5 km. Optional walk up to bald mountain for sunset views – 6 km.

    You set off in the morning for the south of the country, driving down Highway 4. Once the environs of Phnom Penh are left behind, you start to see traditional life emerging. The landscape gradually becomes hilly and there are fascinating sights all around. At the small riverside settlement of Andoung Tuk you transfer to a boat for the two hour trip up the Preak Piphot River. Initially mangrove forests thickly cover the banks. Gradually small dwellings start to appear on either side and you will see boats being traditionally rowed. Your destination is the village of Chi Phat and on arrival it is a ten minute walk up the main street to the community centre. After lunch and settling in to your accommodation, you will walk to the Chhay Chrey rapids. The route starts up the main street and then takes you through forest and farmland to the river. There are gentle rapids and pools and there will be a chance to swim before the return walk.

    To end the day there is an optional walk from Chi Phat up to the viewing point on Bald Mountain from where you can watch the sun set over the surrounding Cardamom Mountains.

    Chi Phat
    In 2007 the local villagers of Chi Phat, with the help of the Wildlife Alliance, set up the unique project that you will be visiting. Designed to provide an income for the villagers, the project provides an income through economically and ecologically sustainable tourism and helps to protect the biodiversity and natural resources of this beautiful and little visited area. The project is owned and run by the locals and 80% of the income goes directly to the service provider (such as the homestay, or guest house owner). The remaining 20% goes to a central village fund to provide services such as education, healthcare and village infrastructure. Your trek will be led, your food cooked, baggage carried and accommodation provided all by local villagers.

    Overnight iconOvernight: Guest House / Home Stay
  5. Day 5 - Walk to Teuk Vet and return to Chi Phat - 19km.
    cardamom mountains trails dock at chi phat.

    Today you walk to the O'Spott bat cave and the the Teuk Vet Waterfall. The trail follows small tracks through farmland, and you may well get the chance to visit some of the simple farmhouses. The cave is situated behind a pretty waterfall and has a large population of bats at certain times of the year. After lunch you will continue walking to the pretty Teuk Vet Waterfall and then hike back to Chi Phat.

    Overnight iconOvernight: Guest House / Home Stay
  6. Day 6 - Walk to Wildlife Release Station – 7 km.

    After a local breakfast, prepared in Chi Phat, you will leave early and start your walk towards the Wildlife Release Station. The Wildlife Alliance has been working since 1999 in the conservation of the Southern Cardamom Mountains, a large range of mountains covered by evergreen forest. It is the second largest continuous forest in Southeast Asia and one of the last remaining elephant and large predators corridor in the region. Wildlife Alliance has successfully released thousands of animals, including pangolins, binturongs, civets, slow loris', macaques, leopard cats, porcupines, parakeets and hill mynahs. Your trek will take you slowly to the heart of the jungle with plentiful wildlife spotting opportunities along the way.

    On arrival at the Wildlife Release Station (WRS) you will check in and then have an introduction to the project and activities by the staff.

    Overnight iconOvernight: Wildlife Release Station - bungalows/camping/hammocks
  7. Day 7 - Full day of activities at the Wildlife Release Station.

    The day's activities begin with the opportunity to watch the morning feeding of the sun bears in their 'soft release enclosure'. This will be followed by a walk in the forest to learn more about the flora and fauna of the area. The walk may last between one and three hours.

    In the afternoon you may join the staff as they check the camera traps and observe the feeding of the other animals preparing for release at the station. The animals present at the station are always changing but, in addition to sun bears you may see pangolins, monkeys, hornbills or bintorungs.

    The evening brings the chance to sit round the campfire, stargaze and go on a little wildlife walk around the camp - looking for animal eyes shining in the dark.

    Overnight iconOvernight: Wildlife Release Station - bungalows/camping/hammocks
  8. Day 8 - Walk back to Chi Phat - 7 km. Drive to Kampot - 3 hours. Afternoon at leisure and sunset boat trip.

    After saying your farewells to the staff and animals at the Wildlife Release Station you walk back to Chi Phat where you will be met by a vehicle for the drive to the charming town of Kampot. After checking into your hotel and having lunch you will be free to explore the old town; it is a sleepy, slightly crumbling old French town situated on the bank of the river. Once a bustling port before Sihanoukville was built, it is now best explored on foot.

    In the late afternoon, you will have a sunset boat trip downstream to the river mouth. Most fishermen live in wooden houses on stilts set along the river banks and life is lived outside on, or around the river. The fishing fleet sets off in the afternoon for the evening catch and the combination of the river, sea and Bokor Mountain in the background makes for a spectacular sunset.

    Overnight iconOvernight: The Columns or Similar
  9. Day 9 - Walk to Phnom Chnork - 3 hours. Afternoon boat trip to Rabbit Island. Return to Kampot.

    It is a short drive to the start of the walk at the village of Kbal Romeas. The small community is strung out along the dirt road and consists mainly of small farms. There is a small, bustling market set below a limestone outcrop and you can see your destination of Phnom Chnork in the distance. The farmers grow rice and vegetables in neat plots and all own cows and pigs. There are numerous photo opportunities and the villagers are extremely friendly. After arriving at Wat Ang Sdok, you cross some paddy fields to reach the foot of a limestone outcrop. Steps have been built to reach the cavern which houses the 7th century brick temple dedicated to Shiva. There are fabulous views of the surrounding rice paddies and farmland from outside the cavern.

    You will be met by your vehicle and driven to the tiny seaside resort of Kep-Sur-Mer. Originally built by the French 100 years ago, it was a favourite spot for the Cambodian elite in the 1960's and the ruins of many pre-war villas dot the landscape. There is now some rebuilding, but it remains a slightly eerie place. The boat trip to Rabbit Island takes 20 minutes and after lunch on the beach there will be time to explore or simply swim in the warm sea. The island is home to about 20 fishing families and there is a small path around part of it. After a relaxing afternoon you will return to Kampot for the night.

    Overnight iconOvernight: The Columns or Similar
  10. Day 10 - Drive to Phnom Penh. Time at leisure.

    Today you drive to Phnom Penh and after lunch in the hotel the afternoon is free. It is well worth visiting the Russian and Central markets. The Russian market is the best place for souvenir or clothes shopping, whilst the huge domed Central market is excellent for browsing, especially the food section.

    Overnight iconOvernight: La Rose Suites Or Similar, Phnom Penh
  11. Day 11 - Drive to Siem Reap. Visit Kompong Khleang village.
    cardamom mountains trails sunset at tonle sap n hull.

    The drive north to Siem Reap initially takes you across the Tonle Sap on the huge Chruoy Changvar Bridge - rebuilt after being destroyed during fighting in 1975. The drive again is full of interest and on route you will visit a floating village. Kompong Khleang is the most beautiful of these villages, typically being built on stilts to accommodate the differing water levels as the mighty Mekong river floods and recedes. There will also be a chance to visit Spean Praptos, one of the spectacular Angkorian era bridges built by Jayavarman VII.

    Overnight iconOvernight: Hotel Hanuman Alaya Villa Or Similar, Siem Reap
  12. Day 12 - Sunrise visit to Angkor Wat and visit Preah Khan. Afternoon at leisure.
    cardamom mountains trails angkor wat n hull.

    This morning you will visit the legendary Angkor Wat for sunrise. It is a magical experience to enter the grounds of Angkor Wat in the dark, and gradually see the giant structure of the main temple emerging as the sun rises. It is a popular activity, but as most tourists return to their hotels for breakfast, you will eat a picnic breakfast next to the small lake and then be able to enjoy the temple in comparative peace and you will also be able to view the detailed bas-reliefs unhindered.

    Angkor Wat was built in the first half of the 12th century by King Suryavarman II. There has been debate as to whether Angkor Wat was built as a temple, or a tomb, but it is now generally accepted that it was both; a temple of worship when the King was alive and a mausoleum after his death. It is surrounded by a wide moat and its architectural plan was designed to be symbolic. It was built to represent the universe with the five central towers symbolising the mythical Mount Meru, the outer wall the mountains on the edge of the world and the surrounding moat either the oceans beyond, or the universe. The first causeway is flanked by Naga - seven-headed snakes and the causeway represents the bridge between Earth and Heaven.

    The temple consists of three rectangular or square platforms, each of which is progressively smaller and higher than the one below. The lower platform contains amazingly-detailed bas-reliefs, which depict battle scenes as well as scenes derived from Hindu epics such as the 'Churning of the Ocean of Milk'. At the heart of the temple is a tower, which rises 65m/213ft, surrounded by four other towers at each corner. It is estimated that the temple took 30-40 years to construct. It is believed that King Suryavarman II died before the temple's completion with some carving being unfinished. The name 'Suryavarman' also has symbolic meaning with Surya meaning sun and Varman meaning power, so in effect meaning 'the power of the sun'.

    You will also visit Preah Khan. Preah Khan means 'Sacred Sword'. The temple was built by Jayavarman VII and was dedicated to his father. The afternoon is left free for you to relax, shop, or enjoy having a walk around the cosmopolitan town of Siem Reap.

    Overnight iconOvernight: Hotel Hanuman Alaya Villa Or Similar, Siem Reap
  13. Day 13 - Morning visit to Ta Prohm, Banteay Kdei and Sras Srang. Afternoon walking tour of Angkor Thom.

    Today's morning walk is a great way to experience the impressive temples of the small Circuit, including everyone's favourite, Ta Prohm. You start the walk at the old French dam and take a short walk through the forest to Ta Nei, Ta Prohm, but without the tourists as we like to think of it. After exploring this charming temple, you continue to walk through the forest to emerge on the imposing temple of Ta Keo. After enjoying the views from on high, you wind your way around the old dykes of the Eastern Baray to the romantic northern entrance to Ta Prohm, free of other visitors. The four faces of the Bodhisattva are smothered by a large tree. Taking your time to soak up the atmosphere in Ta Prohm, you emerge from the East Gate and enter Banteay Kdei through the West Gate. You leave Banteay Kdei from the South Gate and make your way to the royal bathing pond of Sras Srang where there is the opportunity to enjoy a well-earned drink.

    Trekking through the jungle provides a fantastic way to experience the best of Angkor Thom and offers a real insight into the size and scale of this ancient city. You begin your walk at the impressive South Gate of the walled city of Angkor Thom. You walk on the immense ancient walls towards the southwest corner where there is a small temple. You also discover the irrigation and drainage system that enabled the waters of the Siem Reap River to flow through the city from the northeast to southwest. You continue walking around to the West Gate, where the causeway has collapsed leaving a muddle of stone bodies looking like victims of some terrible historic accident. From the West Gate you weave your way towards the principal temples, exploring the Baphuon, the Royal Palace complex and Phimean Akas before arriving at atmospheric Preah Palilay. You then emerge on the central square of Angkor Thom, winding your way along the Terrace of the Leper King and Terrace of Elephants on the way to the enigmatic Bayon.

    Overnight iconOvernight: Hotel Hanuman Alaya Villa Or Similar, Siem Reap
  14. Day 14 - Visit Kbal Spean, Banteay Srei, and Beng Mealea.

    After breakfast you drive north to visit Kbal Spean. 50kms north of Siem Reap and commonly known as 'the River of a Thousand Lingas', it is an area of riverbed carvings and lush jungle. After about an hour's walk up through the forest you reach the small river. It is well worth spending an hour, or more wandering up and down the streambed where you will see the rich colours of the brown and green lichens. All the gods and goddesses depicted here are Hindu - Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva, Lakshmi, and Krishna. Hermits once occupied the area's many caves and it is still a place of meditation with people coming here to achieve enlightenment. It is thought that the temple was built and the Lingas carved in and around 900AD. This site was only 'rediscovered' in 1969 and is a tranquil place with an attractive waterfall.

    By the time you reach the elegant temple of Banteay Srei, about 10kms from Kbal Spean, the main early morning crowds should have left. Built by a Brahman in the 10th Century, the temple was dedicated to Shiva. The famous pink sandstone structure bears a series of beautiful sculptures, lintels, pediments and friezes. These it is said must have been carved by women as the detail is too fine for the hands of a man. This gives us the origin of the Khmer name, 'Fortress of the Women'. After lunch you drive through an area of small villages to the remote temple of Beng Melea. Built on the same plan as Angkor Wat, this massive temple was enclosed by a giant moat, part of which survives. The central tower of the temple has completely collapsed and the jungle has encroached on the remaining structures. Clambering around the giant blocks is a fantastic experience.

    You will make a visit to Srah Srang, the "Royal Bathing Pool", for stunning sunset views.

    Overnight iconOvernight: Hotel Hanuman Alaya Villa Or Similar, Siem Reap
  15. Day 15 - Fly to London.

    After breakfast there will be a group transfer to the airport for your flight back to London.

    Overnight iconOvernight: In flight
  16. Day 16 - Arrive London.

    Today you will arrive in the UK.


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What’s included

  • A local English speaking leader
  • Good standard hotel accommodation in main cities, on full board, twin share basis
  • Best available hotels in outlying towns, on full board, twin share basis
  • Accommodation on full board basis in Chi Phat village and the Wildlife Release Station
  • All road transport by private vehicles
  • Sightseeing where specified
  • Economy class return air fares from the UK & UK Departure Tax (flight inclusive only)
  • Single, timed, group airport transfers for international flights on arrival and departure
  • A free Mountain Kingdoms Water-to-Go bottle or a free Mountain Kingdoms fleece
  • Option to join one of our pre-trip walks in the Cotswolds

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  • Optional trips
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Read holiday reviews by Mountain Kingdoms travellers.

Overall score:           (Based on 11 reviews)

Cardomom Mountain Trails          

The whole Cambodia experience was exceptional and provided an intimate insight into the lives of its people, the wildlife, villages, landscape, history and culture as well as its shortcomings and problems. Mountain Kingdoms and their Cambodian partners are to be highly commended on producing such a beautifully balanced trip with so much packed into a short period of time without the group members feeling rushed or overwhelmed. The hotels were outstanding and the staff and guides gracious, helpful, patient and so very friendly as were other Cambodians we met. It was touching to be often thanked for visiting their country.

Wonderful holiday to Cambodia          

This was a well organised and wonderfully varied trip. The conversations with local people about their country were part of what made it special for me as well as the many amazing sights. There were some added delights that were a complete surprise, like seeing fireflies on the river at Kampot, delicious food and delightful hotels.

Mini adventures in Cambodia          

Three older ladies had an adventure: We overheard our first guide inform the second one that we looked a lot younger than we were - I wonder if he knew we were listening? This holiday was full of experiences and movement across the country between sights and environments: We seemed constantly to be on the move (often in boats of varying size) without feeling any rush and without any boredom in the travelling. The walks we did were never as strenuous as those we do regularly in Lakeland and so we were comfortable if a little warm. The trip included so many aspects of this country and its past - the recent history of the killing fields and ancient history of the old Capital at Siem Reap, the old and new in cities, forests, along rivers and on the coast. So much to see and appreciate. We expected to be wowed by the sights but we didn't expect to love the food and the people so much. We were so well looked after and yet every day was an adventure: Sunrise at Angkor Wat, sunset and fireflies in Kampot, chips and chilli for breakfast rowing down the river from Chi Phat, coconuts on Rabbit Island beach and pancakes for breakfast at the wildlife release station. Did I mention the carvings in the river and on the temples? Wonderful Cambodia!

Reputable - Cambodia trek          

Small groups of like-minded people. Excellent rapport with office staff in UK, feels personal. Very good balance between adventure and culture. Good variety in activities and accommodation. Concern for the environment, respect for the country. I don't feel like a tourist, more like a visitor.

Value for money          

As with all previous trips, an excellent holiday. Well thought out and in my opinion, excellent value for money for what was provided. Also very welcome is the opportunity to get beyond the usual tourist sites, and the chance to get to know a country.

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