The quaint and charming riverside town of Kampot provides some of Cambodia's best faded remnants of the French colonial era.
Home to a striking collection of colonial architecture, especially the area around the Old Market, Kampot is one of the sleepiest, yet most delightful Cambodian towns. With an abundance of good restaurants, chic cafes and bars to be found and a selection of beautiful boutique hotels, Kampot is also makes an excellent base for exploring Bokor National Park, the neighbouring seaside town of Kep, and the superb cave-temples and verdant countryside of the surrounding area, world-famous for its pepper plantations. It's also home to some of the country's best adventure sports, from kayaking and stand up paddle boarding to rock climbing and sailing.
Featured trips including Kampot
- Hoi An
- Ho Chi Minh City
- Mekong Delta
- Phnom Penh
From casting nets with local fishermen and paddle boarding through mangroves, to hands on lessons with local artisans and cycling through traditional villages, be immersed in the rich fabric of Indochina life on an unforgettable family holiday. Every day brings a new experience that is sure to delight both kids and adults alike.
13 nights: from US$12752 (Per family of four - based on two adults and two children under the age of 12) Read more >