Mike Porter recently participated on a floating tour of Kompong Khleang, the largest floating village in Siem Reap, Cambodia. He was nice enough to share his photos and we've selected a few to give you a better idea of what life in like the floating villages during the dry season. Take a moment to view the photos with descriptions provided by Community First: Kompong Khleang Floating Village Tours. A great image of Kompong Khleang during the dry season. As you can see the wat
Cambodia has two unique seasons - the rainy, also known as wet season, and the dry season. Learn more about the weather, how it affects the Tonle Sap lake, and why you should go on a dry season floating village tour below. Understanding The Tonle Sap & Mekong River As you may know, the Tonle Sap lake, the largest body of water in South East Asia, is unique in that the water levels change based on the season. During the rainy season, the Mekong river pours into the Tonle Sap.
After consulting with experts, planning and receiving approval from the village chief, and connecting with generous international supporters we are excited to announce that we will be bringing clean water to families in Outaput village! We are hoping to raise at least $1500 to make this a reality! As participants on our floating tour may have learned, many residents in Kompong Khleang still use the water from the Tonle Sap, especially during dry season where they cannot colle
Thank you to all our guests who participated on a tour in 2016! The feedback has been overwhelmingly positive and participants have been very supportive. We truly appreciate it when guests follow-up after the tour - sharing their experience and offering us advice based on their unique skill-sets. There is also no better feeling than receiving a referral and we want to thank those who have posted on our Facebook, reviewed us online or posted in travel groups back home. Lastly