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Explore The Diversity of Cambodia

Unspoiled, white sandy beaches with crystal clear turquoise waters on Cambodia' coast and islands.

Vast evergreen rainforest full of wildlife interveined by extensive river systems in the Cardamoms.

Agriculture land with its endless network of rice paddies reaching the shores of Tonle Sap lake in the flatlands.

Elephants, waterfalls, volcanic lakes and ethnic minorities in the far east.

The mighty Mekong spreading live, meandering through Cambodia reaching Phnom Penh and finally the sea.

A rich culture and history, evident in the remnants of the former Khmer Empire climaxing in epic Angkor Wat Temple complex.
And of course not to forget the most welcoming and amiable Khmer people.

"Cambodia is crafting memories that last for a lifetime"
Explore The Diversity of Cambodia

Destinations in Cambodia

We offer a wide range of activities in all our local destinations.
Destinations in Cambodia ANT Tours
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Pristine beaches, crystal clear water, a yet unexplored paradise is waiting for you.


Heart of the ancient Khmer Empire. Home to the Angkor Temple Park, a UNESCO World Heritage gem.


Bustling capital city of Cambodia. A hotspot for cultural exploration and culinary highlights.


Lush countryside, tropical beaches, world-renowned Kampot pepper and a wide range of activities.


Volcanic lakes, waterfalls, jungle and the unique ethnic minorities are just a few of the highlights in the east.


Deep jungle, wildlife, mighty river systems and lots of adventure can be found in the Cardamom'.


Home to mind-blowing mountain temples, wild nature and ruins, hidden and overgrown.


Battambang offers a lot of art & culture and is a laid back and authentic Cambodian town.


River Dolphins, mighty waterfalls, fishing life and historic gems. The Mekong: Cambodia's lifeline.

So Much More To See...

...Than Just Angkor Wat

Cambodia Quick FAQ

A short excerpt of the most important  information. You didn't find an answer to your question here?

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Best: The best time to visit Cambodia is from October to March, however this also depends also on the destination and activity you want to do.

Average: Cambodia can be very interesting
in the monsoon season from June to beginning of October. Additional benefit: Less crowded.

Least:  The hottest season from April to May.
Riel (KHR) is Cambodia's currency. However, US dollars are also accepted as legal tender.

ATM's are available in all major cities and tourist areas such as Phnom Penh, Siem Reap, Kampot, Battambang and Sihanoukville. In other areas, ATM facilities are limited and may be unreliable.
These days, Cambodia is a pretty safe country for tourists. The most common crime is bag- or cellphone-snatching which mostly happens only in Phnom Penh.

Be also aware of unrealistic price expectations when bargaining for a service or goods
A valid passport (6 month over the stay) and a official visa are required to enter Cambodia.

The visa can be obtained upon arrival at the airport, at a Cambodian embassy in your country or online.
Before you go to Cambodia, make sure your vaccinations are up to date, including measles and rabies.
Other vaccinations are recommended, including hepatitis (A&B) and typhoid, malaria, polio, Yellow Fever... Talk to your travel health professional about which ones are right for you.
Wi-fi and mobile phone coverage is really good in the main cities and towns. However, many of the islands and remote areas may not offer the best coverage of service.

Various providers of prepaid SIM Cards for mobile services including affordable data packages are available on the airport or in town.
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Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat 
World Heritage

Doubtless, the most intriguing site in all of Cambodia. The monumental temple of Angkor Wat is the world's largest religious structure.
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