Nomads Land, Cambodia

Unplug from the noisy world and escape to a deserted island.

  • Nomads Land, Cambodia

WHY WE LIKE IT

Lovely location, with great ecologically grown food. Seems easy to spend a few days snorkeling, reading books and looking out at the imazing views. This is  a real back- to- nature and get-away-from-it-all holiday.

HOTEL DESCRIPTION

Serving ethical and organic food, (no MSG, no Palm Oil) with local and international cuisine; this resort is completely off the grid, there is no electricity or running water here. 100% solar panels is used for energy and store rain water for drinking water. Delight in the small garden, wandering chickens, cashew nut, coconut, and papaya trees.

ACTIVITIES

Enjoy a nap in your beachside hammock, listen to the Toucans sing, swim through the colourful coral and stare eye to eye with a puffer fish. If you are looking for adventure, take a speargun workshop, a boat trip around the archipelago, or snorkel and/or kayak around the beautiful island.

USEFUL INFORMATION

Organic food with fresh fish at main meals. All sustainable food. Daily baked bread.  It's so "chilled out" on the island that you forget all concept of time and the outside world.

 

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