Things to do


A trip to Chambok offers visitors an opportunity to interact with local people and explore the area’s beautiful natural scenery.

Here are some of the activities that you can do at Chambok. Let us know what you would like to do and we can arrange it. Or, if you like, you can choose from one of our set itineraries, depending on how long you’d like to stay.

To arrange your visit – just give us a call, let us know when you’d like to come and we’ll take care of the rest!


For many, the highlight of their trip to Chambok is hiking to our 40-meter high waterfall. There are 3 additional waterfalls to view along the trail – each unique. There are also some great swimming spots.

On the way, you can check out a bat-cave. Bird watching walks can be arranged too.

Treks range from 2 hours to a day or longer. Full-day treks take visitors to the top of the mountain, offering spectacular views of the forest, village and surrounds. You even go on a 3 day trek camping out overnight.

Trained local guides will accompany you, revealing the forest’s history and folklore along the way. Picnic lunches are available.







With such scenery and natural water formations, Chambok has some great spots to take a dip.

You can swim in a stream, at the base of a cascading waterfall, or at the top of yet another waterfall.

Included with trekking



      Ox-carts are used in rural communities throughout Cambodia. They help farmers plow their fields and carry heavy loads from the village to the nearest marketplace.

Take a ride on an ox-cart to experience this traditional form of transport.



Learn how to make traditional crafts using local materials.

Members from the community’s women’s group will share their ancient techniques with you, helping you to make a bracelet, ring or necklace.

There’s also an opportunity to purchase some of their handmade wares as gifts or souvenirs.



Spend a night or two at one of our homestays for an insight into everyday village life and an opportunity to connect with local people.

As is the case with most rural homes in Cambodia, there is no/limited electricity. Fresh water is available for washing. Beds come complete with mosquito nets.

For more on our Homestays, check out the ‘Food & Lodging’ page.



The village’s youth dance group are a delight for many guests, demonstrating Cambodia’s rich culture and preserving this ancient art-form.

Performing traditional Cambodian dances, some cover themes of nature while others portray life working in the rice fields.

There are 12 dancers in all, 6 girls and 6 boys, who perform 5 dances.



Our woman-run restaurant is operated on a rotation basis among 328 women from the Chambok villages.

Using locally sourced, fresh ingredients – they cook on an open fire and without the aid of modern kitchen gadgets.

Learn how to make tasty meals with a Cambodian flair using their simple methods. A great skill to have for future camping trips!

Costs: Dependent upon number of participants





The Chambok community consists of 9 villages, and one of the easiest and best ways to get around is via a bicycle.

The wind in your hair keeps you cooler than walking, while the pace is slow enough for riders to absorb their surroundings.





Rice vine makingIn Chambok you can do many actvities that you like, in these I would like to inform you one activity that many visitor do it, it’s visit in a village, so on the way you can see many poeple do many activities for life, and you’ll study lifestyle and using of language  very difference in Phnom Penh that translate by our local guide, you can visit rice wine make by local poeple.


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