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I really enjoyed the time with geckos adventures. It was the first time I had travelled alone an they made me feel extremely comfortable and welcome. I had two tour guides who where both fantastic an knew exactly what they where talking about. I would deffinately think about doing another gecko tour.
Jacob, 4 Feb, 2104 Peninsula Wanderer
I absolutely loved the trip! I definitely want to go back to Cambodia! one criticism is that I personally would've preferred to have stayed in Phnom Penh two nights in a row rather than two separate nights.
Bec, 10 Feb, 2014 Run Amok
There’s more to Cambodia than Angkor Wat. But let’s face it, if you were dropped on earth for a day and that was the place you were dropped, you’d think earth was pretty incredible place to be Lara Croft.
Temples are just the tip of the Cambodian iceberg. In Sihanoukville it’s all about beaches and islands and unplugging from the world. In Kampong Cham you’ll find yourself cycling over bamboo bridges while you talk about baguettes and fried spiders.
In Phnom Penh, you’ll get an insight into the country’s troubled past and in Siem Reap you’ll get one of the best foot massages you’ve ever had. Cambodia is wild jungles, sleepy beaches, insane temples, shocking history and brag-about-forever food rolled into one little package.
Travellers often ask us what our trips in Cambodia are like. And we figured the best way to show them was to make a video about it. So that's exactly what we did ... Read more on the blog
If you think you know how to drink beer and eat food in SE Asia, think again. ... Read more on the blog
From steaming jungle to palm-fringed beach, ancient empire ruin to bustling market and Buddhist temple to mighty metropolis, South East Asia is the classic adventure travel destination.
Climb Mount Kinabalu and meet orang-utans and headhunters in Borneo; drift through floating markets and spiritual splendour in Burma; explore ancient Ankor Wat and bustling Phnom Penh in Cambodia; tube down the Mekong River and swim beneath waterfalls in Laos; trek to hill tribes, bamboo raft down rivers and bask on beautiful beaches in Thailand; crawl through Viet Cong tunnels and get tailor-made clothes in Vietnam; surf perfect waves and walk the mighty Buddhist stupas in Indonesia; and travel across the Malay highlands to the island city of Singapore: South East Asia is diverse, exciting and glorious, full of diverse friendly folk, food and fun, and an experience you’ll never forget.View all South East Asia trips
Cambodia and Vietnam are home to more deliciousness than you could begin to imagine. Also, memes. ... Read more on the blog
Animal transfiguration, super strength hair follicles, self-mummification, power of the mind dry-cleaning - welcome to Buddhism school, rookie. ... Read more on the blog
Watch and learn as our Cambodian local leader takes his group into the deepest and most 'delectable' depths of arachnid cuisine. ... Read more on the blog
Siem Reap is one of the must-stop destinations in Cambodia. Not only is the shopping great, the foot massages are amazing and the food creepily interesting ... Read more on the blog
Temples are just the tip of the proverbial Cambodian iceberg. Here are some facts that help make up the rest of that iceberg. ... Read more on the blog
Some of us are adventurous eaters, and some of us are wimps. Whatever side of the fence you sit on, we won't judge you. In fact, when it comes to Asia, we're pretty sure there are more than two sides to the fence anyway. There's probably like, seven ... Read more on the blog