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Cardamom Tented Camp

Cardamom Tented Camp

Koh Kong, Cambodia

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Cardamom Tented Camp (CTC) is located within the boundary of Botum Sakor National Park in Koh Kong Province, in a very remote and beautiful riverside location. CTC looks to promote sustainable tourism with minimal carbon footprint, while the chief aim of the camp is to help protect the local rainforest from logging. By staying here, you're actively helping in that cause.

You'll stay in one of nine comfortable safari-style tents, each with an en suite bathroom. Each tent comes with fully enclosed mosquito protection and are all fan cooled.

Homegrown produce is freshly prepared each day at the camp's raised riverside restaurant, where a set menu is offered. A number of activities are available at the camp including forest walks, kayaking, and finding out more about the work of the local rangers in combating illegal poaching and deforestation that occurs in the area.

OUR OPINION:

This eco-friendly property is surrounded by nature in one of Cambodia's least visited areas. We find that the tented rooms are simple yet comfortable, and you can take part in a number of different activities during your stay.

OUR RATING: Medium

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Rooms

The property has nine simple but comfortable safari-style tents, which are built atop raised platforms. Each tent has a double bed, a cooling fan, an en suite bathroom with a rain shower and traditional rattan furniture, as well as mosquito nets. 

Location

The camp is situated within the boundary of Botum Sakor National Park in Koh Kong Province, in a very remote location beside a river. You can access the camp by road and boat from Phnom Penh (which takes approximately five hours) or from Sihanoukville (which takes approximately three hours).

Food and drink

The open-air riverside restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Due to the remote location, meals are usually provided as part of a set menu, which offers a range of Khmer and Western dishes alongside a selection of local beers, cocktails and imported wines.

Facilities and activities

A variety of activities are on offer during your stay, including kayaking along the Preak Tachan River, hiking with forest rangers and further exploration throughout the national park.

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