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All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 1.4
Persons: 2-8
Category: Non Organic Farmstay
Host ID: 83909
Country: Cambodia

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Last Updated: May 13, 2018

We have recently bought an abandoned fruit orchid on a hill in southern Cambodia. we have now built a small equipped solar powered shelter so we are looking for people who want to stay out on the land and help with maintenance and the growth of our loose vision for a small permaculture project. We are looking for people who have skills to offer in exchange for a truly unique experience in beautiful surroundings.

if you can help with-

Help with Eco project
Help in the house
Animal care

anyone from builders to farmers, artists to cooks; If you have skill we will work out a way to use them

we can offer-

you will have your own space surrounded by nature, solar powered shelter 6x6m with basic kitchen, septic toilet and cold shower. 3km from Kampot (use of moto is available). Kitchen will be your own and we will stock the basics, water, spices, dry goods and tropical fruit straight from the tree. you will also have a supply of quality coffee as we run a roastery in town . Bedding now consists of fold out beds, hammocks and a couple of large tents.

surround yourself with nature, with just enough to do to stay entertained but plenty of fresh air and time to relax and contemplate. immerse yourself in the local Cambodian culture and learn new skills from local farmers and villagers.

just 3km from Kampot and right at the base of Bokor Mountain-

Kampot is a city on the Preaek Tuek Chhu River in southern Cambodia. It's known for its pepper plantations and salt fields. Many buildings date from the colonial period, including the Governorís Mansion. The house is now the Kampot Museum, which has exhibits on the cityís history. To the west, Preah Monivong Bokor National Park has a cool climate with forests, waterfalls and wildlife including gibbons and big cats.

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