Tatai & Koh Kong
Located in southwest of Cambodia, Koh Kong Province is bordering with Thailand. The region is famous for its abundance of great river systems, green jungles, wildlife, waterfalls and Asia's largest mangrove habitat.
Tatai river, meandering lazily through still untouched wilderness, gently flowing through local villages, often only reachable by boat.
Joining the sea, the river extends into a maze of smaller river arms forming the largest mangrove ecosystem in Asia.
The calmness of the river, the picturesque nature is just made to take a break in one of the floating resorts along the river, relax and letting the world flow by.
Once batteries are recharged, set off to explore this unique ecosystem. A wide range of activities offer a great way to connect with the surrounding nature.
Explore the mighty Tatai waterfall on a small jungle trekking, kayak through the mangroves looking for live, hiding in the web of their roots.
Visit secluded village communities and observe their way of life, or opt for a bbq dinner, while floating on the river.
A visit of Koh Kong town is a stark contrast to the calmness of Tatai river, but takes you to an authentic Cambodian city, offering great seafood and some beautiful beaches, facing the setting sun.