It's a proper quad trip. I went with my teenage kids. They are too young to drive quads in the UK but they could here, under proper supervision (safety is respected). Good chance you will get splashed with a bit of mud, but you must take your camera (in a plastic bag, and stowed somehow when you drive). As you go down muddy tracks, you get to see the real Cambodia (water buffalos, ox ploughing and all that), even though you're very near Siem Reap. Westernish prices but we felt it was well worth it compared to what we would pay to do this activity somewhere else.
The 2 hour trip (well, it was quite a bit longer) includes a rest stop at an orphanage. They don't solicit donations - you can do this after on the net if you want, but I talked to one of the British volunteers and she said any materials (pens, lear to read books I guess she meant) would be welcome.
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