Min 2 people
Cambodia has some fantastic jungle and we are able to organise day trips or overnight trips lasting up to 4 days. The trips are specially graded and we will be able to match up a trek to the ability of your group. There is the possibility to see some amazing wildlife, hill tribes and villages, plus the chance to bathe in the waterfalls and rivers.
Specialist equipment and meals are provided for the length of your chosen trek, however please take in to consideration that if you are choosing a trek as part of your holiday, that you should consider bringing with you the proper foot wear.
*The longer the trek the deeper in to the jungle you go, giving you the best opportunity to see wild life the jungles wildlife. On previous excursions we have found claw marks of the Asian black bear and foot prints of a leopard. We have also spotted Dholes (asian wild dog) jungle cats, deer, gazelles, otters, wild pigs, wild water buffalo, East Asian Porcupines, eagles, vultures, bluebirds, bee eaters, egrets, bats, parrots, parakeets and other tropical birds.
Please note that the fact of their presence does not mean you will always see them.
*All treks are for a minimum of 2 people
Tampoun Cemetery : 1 Day Experience
Distance 3km (Easy)
The Voensai district is the home land of several indigenous people and ethnic minorities. The Tampoun tribe is famous for their cemetery, were the graves are decorated with statues and artefacts such as elephant tusks. It takes around one hour by car to reach Vocnsai and then an additional half hour to reach the cemetery by boat. During the trip you will visit two Chinese and Laos minorities and experience village life such as boat making and basket weaving. On returning to Ban Lung you will also see a Kreung village famous for their high and low houses.
Kalai Jungle: 1 Day Trek
Distance 16km (Moderate)
The trek begins with a beautiful panoramic view of the Kali jungle and the valley beneath you.
On approach to Kalai village you will experience village life by visiting some of the local farmhouses and families of the Kreung people, were you can get an insight into how they live and the crops that they grow (Depending on the season). For most of the trek you are on old hunting tracks however there are some small river crossings and thicker jungle off the beaten track, so some balance is required. The trek takes you in a loop back to Kalai village where we drive back to Ban Lung.
Kalai Jungle: 2 Day, 1 Night Trek
Distance 20km (Moderate)
This trek is similar to the 1 day trek and is also relatively easy going. The only difference is that the trek is a slightly longer loop and that you get to spend a night in the jungle.
The campsite is located close to a river and cascading waterfall where you are able to refresh yourself at the end of the day. Dinner will be cooked over a camp fire, before heading off to bed in your specialist hammock to the sounds of the jungle. The following day the trek takes you in a loop back to Kalai village where we drive back to Ban Lung.
Ta Veaeng : 3 Day, 2 Night Trek
Distance 36km (Moderate)
On this trek you will be taken to one of the most remote areas of Cambodia close to the boarders of Laos in the north and Vietnam in the east, rarely visited by tourists, therefore the chance of seeing wildlife is more likely. During our trek we have lunch in a small hill tribe village with the Brao people and if lucky get to experience their fishing and hunting techniques, before spending a night with a local family.
Some parts of the trek are off the track, meaning that we sometimes have to cut our way through the dense jungle and cross small streams. In the wet season the trek gets more interesting as the Steung Khampha River becomes harder cross. This means looking for a boat and sometimes building our own raft. We spend the second night in the jungle before returning to Ban Lung.
Ta Veaeng : 4 Day, 3 Night Trek
Distance 48km (Moderate)
This trek takes you even further north where the population decreases, leaving a more natural flora and fauna habitat. The scenery constantly alters from the ‘Mountains of precious stones’ to the foggy Steung Khampha River at dawn where you will hear the call of the gibbons giving the trek a mystic atmosphere.
We also trek over grassy savannah dotted with solitary trees which is the feeding place for deer, wild pigs and other bigger animals. Camp is always set up near to the river, giving you time to relax and cool off at the end of each day. This trek is best for those that want to give themselves the best chance of coming face to face with some of the jungles animals and understanding its secrets.