Who are our tours for?
All of our tours are aimed at people with a keen interest in nature. All tours are carried out at a gentle pace, with lots of time for trying to spot things and for me to explain what see. I do not profess to know everything but I know enough to provide interesting information to most participants. All tours are guided by me with a second guide/boat driver in support. Most tours are focused on the beautiful river in Tatai, the streams that run into it and the land that meets the streams. One tour goes further inland to explore jungle and a hilltop meadow.
Given the slow pace with lots of explanations, our tours are not necessarily suitable for young children, who can become easily bored. I leave that decision to their parents, who know them best. I have guided young kids who have been enthralled!
Summary of Tours
You have a choice of a number of tours, all of which allow you to truly experience nature. Some are designed to provide a broad range of natural environments in a single tour, and others involve a more focused examination of a particular type of habitat. You can even choose a short night walk, and get a very different perspective on nature.
In order to maximise your nature experience, you can opt for one of our overnight tours. These all involve a tour one one day (usually starting in the afternoon), ending at one of our campsites, a nighttime tour nearby and another tour in the morning before returning. You can combine camping tours to create a diverse, multi-day immersion in nature.
|Price/Adult||Timing||Min Adults||Max People|
|Mangrove Kayak Overnight Tour||$100||15:00-10:30||2||5|
|Kayak and Walk Overnight Tour||$100||15:00-10:30||2||5|
|Lowland Walk Overnight Tour||$100||15:00-11:00||2||5|
|Hilltop Meadow Overnight Tour||$140||09:00-15:00||2||5|
What you might see
On most individual tour pages there is a section on things you might see on that tour. Please be aware that there are no guarantees but what we have written is based on what we have seen. To be honest, it is always difficult to get a balance between demonstrating the richness and diversity of an area and setting expectation too high. We certainly do not want the latter. I will say with absolute certainty that you will not see tigers, which are extinct in Cambodia, or elephants, which, while present in the nearby Cardamom Mountains, do not frequent coastal marshes, or the forests nearby.