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See how famous Kampot Pepper - Green, Black, Red, and White - is produced, without chemical fertilizers or insecticides, taking a tour in Cambodian, English, French, German, Japanese, or Spanish. We use solar and wind energy. We have one simple...more
All reviews free tour kampot pepper interesting visit tuk tuk small shop whole process no pressure to buy mango volunteer guides the vine taste the difference worth a visit fruit trees great tour spoke good english salt fields interesting place
Such a fun experience! Sothy is such a welcoming and knowledgeable woman who gave a great tour of her and her husbands pepper farm. The pepper purchased was of great quality! Would recommend taking the time to visit!
Free tour given in excellent English.So,so interesting, history and description of why Kampot pepper is so special.No pressure at all to buy form the fab gift shop but obviously we did.The food there was great.It was a super experience and the staff were all extremely...More
Sothy's Pepper Farm is a small pepper farm a Tuk Tuk ride from Kep. We were give a very interesting talk on the growing of pepper, a taste of all the different peppers and a look at the frowning and drying operation.
There is no...More
A trip to Kep will not be complete without a visit to a Pepper Farm and Sothy's would be the perfect place to learn, taste, see and smell the 4 kinds of Kampot Peppers this land is blessed with. They're 100% Organic, and all peppers...More
Lunch was probably the best meal I’ve had in Cambodia.
Tour was interesting informative and fun. No obligation to buy but I did anyway.
Great little set up worth a visit for something slightly different to do
Very road to the farm is quite hard and very dusty. I recommend you guys wearing good helmet with cover otherwise you can not see. The guide there will show you and tell you about the pepper story. also they have a little restaurant.
This is worth a visit just for the lunch they serve. The food here is just delicious. We enjoyed the explanation and briefing on how pepper is grown as well as the tour - the lady who took us was very knowledgeable and this project...More
Response from Norbert K | Property representative |
Hello Sothy pebber Farm. Me and my friend visiting you in november 2015. We board a lot of pepper.. but now its all gone. We will like to buy some more. But we will only like to buy directly from you.. Can you help us... More
Hello Sothy pebber Farm. Me and my friend visiting you in november 2015. We board a lot of pepper.. but now its all gone. We will like to buy some more. But we will only like to buy directly from you.. Can you help us please..
I am looking forward to hear from you..
All the best from
I am very sorry for our delay (Internet problems). If you are still interested (we would be happy) please send your request to Norbert at the following address: norbert at mykampotpepper.asia
Response from saskiaphilippt | Reviewed this property |
We went to Sothy's in April by motorbike, the roads are quite good - just the last kilometers are dirt road but a car wouldn't be a problem either I think.. They have a parking too! Make sure to visit Kep on the way too... More
We went to Sothy's in April by motorbike, the roads are quite good - just the last kilometers are dirt road but a car wouldn't be a problem either I think.. They have a parking too! Make sure to visit Kep on the way too, lovely town with lovely crab!!