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July 17, 2018 | Last Modified: 2018

Travel Experience

The Chambok region is made up of 9 rural villages in outstandingly beautiful surroundings comprising of forest, waterfalls, and agricultural land. Ecotourism was first established here in 2002 with the aim of providing a more diverse economy and protecting the local environment. There is now the option to say here for between 1 to 5 nights. On top of this there is lots for you to do during your visit, hike to the 40m tall water and go for a swim, ride an ox and cart, explore the area via bicycle or learn how make local traditional crafts.

Responsibility

From 2003 the communities within Chambok have helped to protect 1,260 hectares of forest from deforestation and illegal hunting. The whole operation in run and managed by the villagers of these communities and all of the revenues generated stay in the community.

Business Case

Chambok community based ecotourism works in partnership with Mlup Baitong a Cambodian NGO that strives to increase environmental awareness and conservation.

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The Chambok region is made up of 9 rural villages in outstandingly beautiful surroundings comprising of forest, waterfalls, and agricultural land. Ecotourism was first established here in 2002 with the aim of providing a more diverse economy and protecting the local environment. There is now the option to say here for between 1 to 5 nights. On top of this there is lots for you to do during your visit, hike to the 40m tall water and go for a swim, ride an ox and cart, explore the area via bicycle or learn how make local traditional crafts.

From 2003 the communities within Chambok have helped to protect 1,260 hectares of forest from deforestation and illegal hunting. The whole operation in run and managed by the villagers of these communities and all of the revenues generated stay in the community.

Chambok community based ecotourism works in partnership with Mlup Baitong a Cambodian NGO that strives to increase environmental awareness and conservation.

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