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Travel Cambodia’s Most Remote Region



Online adventure travel specialists Backyard Travel have unveiled an exciting new itinerary that will allow guests to discover Cambodia’s most remote province. The insightful four-day, three-night Remote Cambodia: Forests and Tribes journey starts in Cambodia’s capital, Phnom Penh, and heads east for the rolling hills and temperate climate of Mondulkiri.

Travellers will visit the stunning Bou Sraa waterfall – Cambodia’s largest – and enjoy guided walks through the Mondulkiri Protected forests chasing glimpses of the inquisitive natural wildlife such as peacocks, monkeys, and hornbills. The forest is also home to the indigenous Phnong tribe, and travellers will have the chance to learn about some of their unique customs first hand. Guests will also have the opportunity to see how an NGO is rescuing elephants from captivity and rehabilitating them back into their natural environment, and the more intrepid will be given the option to participate in a volunteering project with the NGO.

Remote Cambodia: Forest and Tribes starts from US$869 per person twin share, including daily breakfasts and four lunches, and every aspect of the trip can be tailored to suit individual guest requirements. www.backyardtravel.com






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