Hop out of bed for an early morning ride along the great irrigation reservoirs of the Angkor period, the West Baray. By late morning you find yourself in a small village, where lives are supported by seasonal agriculture. Join a local resident for a walk ‘n' talk explaining the community workings then it's time for a tasty lunch and some hammock chill time. After lunch, you'll paddle through the floating villages by kayak. Explore the neighborhood and the mangrove forest before venturing onto Tonle Sap Lake where the sheer size of this body of water will become apparent. Your guide will explain the phenomenon that has resulted in the lake's eight-meter depth variance and why this lake is vital to Cambodia's survival. This is a tour for any adventurer who wants to explore beyond the tourist crowds of Siem Reap and support a company whose goal is to protect the local Cambodian community.