Head to the beautiful, refreshing, and historically important Phnom Kulen Mountain and waterfall amid the ruins of the Angkor civilization. This scenic mountain isn’t just a great place to swim and enjoy nature; it is also the birthplace of the ancient Khmer Empire that developed Angkor Wat. King Jayayarma II proclaimed independence here and many of the area’s ancient rock carvings are present. This is an amazing place to visit and learn about Cambodian culture
On arrival, we will get ready for 2 hours hiking up to the top of the hill, en route we will get a few stops to visit Preah Ang Chop Pagoda, local villages and farms. We will arrive at the 1000 lingas around noon time, visit the ancient carving in the river bed which dated from the early 9th century and then we continue to walk to the Youth campsite to have lunch. After lunch we take a little rest and swim in the river, then continue to trek deeper jungle to a waterfall (32-meter high) and recline Buddha. We will arrive at our campsite around 4:30pm which is close to the waterfall, on the riverside, tent set up, and dinner prepared by Remote Cambodia Adventure’s team. Enjoy swimming pool, dinner around the bonfire.
Overnight: Adventure tent.