- Antoine de Saint-Exupery
Please note, we are currently revising our wilderness itineraries, including Koh Kong, Kratie and Mondulkiri. Please Contact us if you are interested in including these destinations in a longer stay in Cambodia - or return to look at other example itineraries.
Located within the Koh Kong Conservation Corridor (one of the most astonishing Cambodian tourist attractions) Botum Sakor National Park occupies a peninsula of 1,834 square kilometers southwest from the Cardamom mountains and encompases mangroves and beaches as well as hills. It is home to one of the most varied wildlife including tigers, elephants, deers, leopards and sun bears. Botum Sakor National park is best visited by boat and it is possible to arrange boat rides or trekkings in the park headquarters.
Fancy swimming in natural pools in one of the clearest river waters in Cambodia next to a white foamed 4 meter long waterfall and amidst a lush green scenery? No, we are not dreaming, this is the Tatai waterfall in Koh Kong province. Located in a privileged natural site, you can get to Tatai waterfall either by boat (we strongly recommend this as the scenery along the river is simply breathtaking) or by road. If you stay in one of the eco-lodges in the area you can also arrange kayaking or trekking around the area.
Koh Kong Conservation Corridor is the second largest virgin forest in Southeast Asia, an area that extends over 20,000 square kilometers and that contains the richest biodeversity in the country. Apart from the above mentioned attractions it is recommended visiting Pean Krasaop Wildlife Sanctuary to see the dense mangroves, Koh Kong island with its crystal clear waters and pristine beaches and the southern and central cardammoms protected forests.
Peerless service standards and local positioning have made us the tour operator of choice by international luxury travel groups and discerning independent travellers to Angkor Wat, Cambodia and Southeast Asia.