All our trips are tailored to suit our guests.


Cambodia has a hot humid spring, a wet summer, cooling autumn and a wonderful winter, which means that activities easy in a temperate climate are a lot more difficult here.

Before we start and on the route but as a guide here is a suggestion of who will most enjoy our different adventures.

Explore options below.

Stilted Village

★ Experience a very different lifestyle ★ see how the village has adapted to the 8m rise and fall of the lake ★ explore the village by kayak ★ paddle across the flooded countryside ★ lunch on the balcony of a stilted house.


Floating Village

★ paddle between the floating houses and back streets of the village  ★ kayak with the houses as they are towed out to the lake ★ explore the flooded countryside and hilltop pagoda ★ see floating schools, gardens, crocodile cages, pig pens, etc.


Prek Toal

Daytrip by motorboat to Prek Toal 2000 family floating village at the mouth of The Sangke River on Tonle Sap Lake & adjacent 22,000 ha Core Bird Reserve. Largest colonies of water-birds in SE Asia – bird watchers heaven. We have lunch on the Saray Platform a women’s initiative to help provide alternative incomes. They can also cook a good lunch.


Secret Lake

★ a million miles from the tourist trails of Siem Reap just 20 minutes by car  ★ a snapshot of rural Khmer life ★ the mysteries of Angkor in a hidden temple ★ ancient reservoir with clues to Angkorian hydrology ★ sunset views of the Kulen Hills & The Tonle Sap Lake.


Indochine was the French name for the forested regions between India and China. The largest herds of deer and wild cattle outside Africa roamed with tigers and leopards in hot pursuit and elephants migrating with the rain.

The dripping jungle was home to exotic hornbills, all manner of monkeys, of course snakes….

And hidden deep in the forest was the remnants of one of the greatest civilisations the world has ever seen, the Angkorian Empire.

This heady mix creates an intoxicating tale of romanticism, mystery, excitement, danger and the exotic that begs exploration.

This is the essence of Indochine Exploration Adventures.

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