Cambodia is also about nature too! Sure, many quickly, almost instinctively associate the Southeast Asian country with ruined temples. Any why not? Some of the world’s best call Cambodia home. But don’t forget, the country is in the tropics. Meaning that some lush jungles and warm beaches also call this country home. Experience the pristine environs of the kingdom as part of a combined jungle adventure and undisturbed beach break. Some light adventure awaits!
Embark on the scenic three and a half hour journey to Ream National Park from the capital. See the Cambodian countryside firsthand. It is quite beautiful and will make the travel time fly. And your destination is also quite the catch. Ream National Park is a beach/jungle nature paradise, renowned for its bird and monkey population. You will be transferred to one of Ream’s most scenic beaches, Koh Sampouch, one of the few in Southeast Asia that has yet to see any development. Upon arrival, you will be welcomed to your comfortable and well-equipped tent right on the beach.
If trekking is your thing, then Ream is the place to be. Check out the base of the mountain, filled with tropical jungle which leads you to a nearby fishing village. Look out for the park’s animal residents, who are just as curious as you to the stranger staring back at them. Trek back to the campsite. End your day with enjoy a beautiful sunset from your private tent veranda. Of course, the water itself is quite tempting. A swim is understandable.
Awake to a fresh sea breeze and sounds of nature nicely paired with a fresh breakfast. Another interesting hike awaits through large sandy clearings, fallen logs and curious locals until you reach a boat keeper’s house situated on the northern part of Ream. From here, embark on a traditional sampan and go on an interesting boat ride along Prek Toeuk Sap River.
Spend the final day here at total leisure. Jump in the warm ocean waters if you want to. Or relax on the inviting sand and catch some rays. Or walk along the beach. It is up to you. Or if you just have to continue trekking, then by all means go for it. This is your final day at Ream National Park.
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