We offer tours to the nearby Tatai waterfall, the coastal mougroues as well as jungle trecks and boat tours on the Tatai Rever to make your stay most memorable and give you the opportunity to fully on brace the nature.

Fishing Tour

Introduction

You take the boat downriver, where the fishing is better. We visit three different locations that are known fishing hotspots. The final location is an old jetty that used to be used when logging was rife in the area. You then finish the tour with a BBQ before heading back. If you managed to catch anything worth eating, it could be added to the fare. How much time you spend at each location will depend on how much is biting. Hopefully, you will catch something but, as I am sure you know, there are no guarantees with fishing.
The fishing area is beautiful and we might get a nice sunset, too. On the way back, in the dry season, there is a chance to see fireflies sparkling on the trees at the river bank.

Time

Depart: 15:00
Evening Meal: 19:00 (approx)
Return: 20:00

Price

$35 per person
Minimum 2 adults
Children under 13 half price. Two children count as one adult towards the minimum

Included in the price

– Fishing rods, tackle and bait
– BBQ evening meal
– Drinking water (other drinks will be available for purchase)
– Use of a dry bag

What you need

You don’t need to bring much at all on this tour. You might want to bring some money for buying drinks on the boat.
Any comfortable footwear should be OK.
As we are out late afternoon and evening, you shouldn’t need to worry too much about the sun. However, at that time of day, mosquitos could be out in force, so where something to cover up and/or take mosquito repellent.
We advise you to bring a camera or at least a phone that can take a decent picture. You might want to photograph your catches and the surrounding scenery.

We can also arrange trips to the many of the other sights such as Koulen Mountain, the silk farm, and the cultural village & floating villlages on Tonlé Sap Lake (dependent on seasonal rainfall).

Full Day Nature Tour

Introduction

This is a fabulous, full day tour that includes a short boat journey (at either end of the tour) and a walk that is interesting and varied throughout the day. On this tour you will experience a wide range of environments including:
– boating up a beautiful stream, lined with palms and mangrove trees
– jungle walking
– pretty streams, including a small double waterfall (depending on the time of year)
– a large open hilltop meadow
– a large lowland meadow with seasonal flooding
Normally, this tour is guided by Thearith.

Timings

Depart: 8:30
Lunch: 12:00 (approx)
Return: 16:30

Price

$28 per person
Minimum 2 adults
Children under 13 half price. Two children count as one adult towards the minimum.

Included in the price

– Lunch
– Drinking water
– Use of footwear
– Use of a dry bag
– Boats to and from the start/finish

What you need

It can get pretty hot and sunny during this tour and there are areas with no shade. Therefore, you should have clothes that provide decent coverage or sunscreen. A hat is also a good idea.
Walking boots are ideal for this tour but trainers (or similar) would suffice. You will get wet feet during the rainy season. If you prefer to keep your own dry, we can lend you some footwear.
We advise you to bring a camera or at least a phone that can take a decent picture.

Half Day Nature Tour

Introduction

This is a fabulous, full day tour that includes a short boat journey (at either end of the tour) and a walk that is interesting and varied throughout the day. On this tour you will experience a wide range of environments including:
– Boating up a beautiful stream, lined with palms and mangrove trees
– Walking up the gently sloping, rocky cascade
– Jungle walking
– Climbing a rope ladder up a very large tree to a viewing platform
– Boating down a very different stream
Normally, this tour is guided by Thearith.

Timings

Depart: 8:30
Lunch: 12:30 (approx)

Price

$20 per person
Minimum 2 adults
Children under 13 half price. Two children count as one adult towards the minimum.

Included in the price

– Drinking water
– Use of footwear
– Use of a dry bag
– Boats to and from the start/finish

What you need

It can get pretty hot and sunny during this tour and there are areas with no shade. Therefore, you should have clothes that provide decent coverage or sunscreen. A hat is also a good idea.
Walking boots are ideal for this tour but trainers (or similar) would suffice. You will get wet feet during the rainy season. If you prefer to keep your own dry, we can lend you some footwear.
We advise you to bring a camera or at least a phone that can take a decent picture.

Mangrove Forest By Boat

Introduction

You will take a nice, relaxing trip by boat down the estuary and into the river delta, with its extensive mangrove forest. We will take our time so you can fully appreciate this unusual natural environment.
We visit Koh Sralau, an island in the delta with a thriving fishing and boat-building community. We will disembark and take a stroll on the island, including walking up the hill to the Buddhist temple. There is a chance to walk around the grounds of the temple to look for flora and fauna.
We then take the boat on a different route through the mangrove forest and head for a hill that offers stunning views of the surroundings. We have lunch here before heading back.

Timings

Depart: 09:00
Lunch: 12:30 (approx)
Return 14:00

Price

$40 per person
Minimum 2 adults
Children under 13 half price. Two children count as one adult towards the minimum.

Included in the price

– Lunch
– Drinking water (other drinks will be available for purchase)
– Use of a dry bag

What you need

You don’t need to bring much at all on this tour. You might want to bring some money for buying drinks on the boat or on the island, or anything else that takes your fancy in the stalls on the island.
Any comfortable footwear should be OK. Please be aware that, as we are visiting a Buddhist temple, it is not appropriate to wear clothes that are too revealing and it is customary in Cambodia to cover ones shoulders.
We advise you to bring a camera or at least a phone that can take a decent picture.

Marsh Walk and Stream Kayak

Introduction

This weird and wonderful marsh provides an amazing location to experience nature. You will also get an in-depth explanation of the flora and fauna of the area.
The location we will be walking through is subject to tidal flooding. The flood waters are salty in the dry season but fresh in the rainy season. As a result, an unusual mix of flora and associated fauna has developed here. Strange, twisted Pandanus plants abound in the lower areas, which are most affected by tidal flooding. As the land rises a little, they give way to an increasing number of Melaleuca trees. There is a high diversity of Orchids in the area, and you will also encounter carnivorous pitcher plants.
We travel by boat up a beautiful stream before Gee guides you on a gentle stroll through the marshes, explaining what we see along the way. We then have lunch on the boat before exploring the stream by kayak.
Note: The stream is beautiful by kayak but, if you are unable to kayak or prefer not to, we can replace that part with additional walks on the land.

Timings

Depart: 09:00
Lunch: 12:00 (approx)
Return 15:30 (approx)

Price

$35 per person
Minimum 2 adults
Children under 13 half price. Two children count as one adult towards the minimum.

Included in the price

– Lunch
– Drinking water
– Kayaks
– Use of Footwear
– Use of a dry bag

Boats to and from the stream

What you need

It can get pretty hot and sunny during this tour and there is not much shade. Therefore, you should have clothes that provide decent coverage or sunscreen. A hat is also a good idea.
Footwear suitable for walking around in a marsh is provided but you might want to take some more comfortable footwear for the boat journey and kayaking, or don’t wear any.
We advise you to bring a camera or at least a phone that can take a decent picture.

Rocky Stream Kayak and Walk

Introduction

We kayak up a beautiful stream, bordered by nypa palms and mangrove trees. We continue to “the end”, where it becomes rocky and we can take the kayaks no further. We then continue on foot and walk up the stream. It is very pretty with a series of cascades and some interesting flora. There are some nice photo opportunities on the way. After a while, we transfer to a path through the jungle, which culminates in a stunning location where cascades from two streams converge. The water there is cool and calm, and ideal for a refreshing dip.
After your swim, we head down a jungle path that mostly avoids the rocks and back to the kayaks for the return journey. You can have another dip in the water near the kayaks, if you wish.

Timings

Depart: 08:30
Return 12:30

Price

$15 per person
Minimum 2 adults
Maximum 8 people
Children under 13 half price. Two children count as one adult towards the minimum.

Included in the price

– Drinking water
– Kayaks
– Use of a dry bag
– Your guide

What you need

You will be exposed to the sun, particularly while kayaking. Therefore, you should have clothes that provide decent coverage or sunscreen. A hat is also a good idea.
You need comfortable footwear for the jungle paths and footwear that will grip to wet rocks for walking up the stream. We have found that the best things to wear on the rocks are socks with no shoes. The socks provide significantly more grip, particularly on wet rocks with algae.
We advise you to bring a camera or at least a phone that can take a decent picture.