Sihanoukville is the gateway to Cambodia’s coast and nearby islands, with the area offering the visitor with the best Cambodia Beach holidays possible. Sporting miles of white sand beaches, uninhabited islands and warm clear tropical waters; Sihanoukville is a place to unwind, enjoy the fresh seafood, party at the bars, take an island excursion or experience a scuba trip. The pace of life in this provincial town is very relaxed and unhurried. The beaches offer everything you would expect, umbrellas, thatched roofed bars, restaurants and a range of hotels.
Area Highlights: Snorkelling, Scuba Diving, Boat Trips, Ream National Park
Area Highlights: Scuba Diving
From the turn of the century through to the 1960’s and even now, Kep is still the destination of choice for local Cambodia beach holidays. Kep and the surrounding area has a very laid back atmosphere, perfect for those that want to get away and completely relax with minimal distractions. The town itself oozes charm of an era gone by; you can see old French colonial villa’s dotted along the coast, Rabbit Island waiting to be discovered just off shore as well as the ocean front seafood stalls and the famous Kep crab market, where you can sample the exquisite fresh locally caught crab.
Area Highlights: Rabbit Island (Koh Tonsay), Crab Market, Kep National Park
Area Activities: Climbing & Caving, Local Countryside Tour
The sleepy town of Kampot is undergoing a sort of modern revival but it has still managed to keep its very sleepy and relaxed feel. Kampot is situated with picture perfection near the base of the Elephant Mountains on the Kampong Bay River. The town offers easy access to Kep as well as the nearby Bokor Mountain and surrounding pepper plantations and salt flats. The town displays some classic French colonial, Cambodian and Chinese architecture and has a wonderful relaxed atmosphere about it. Many visitors pass through but now more are staying and using the town as a base staying in small boutique riverside hotels which are perfect to explore the area from.
Area Highlights: Bokor Mountain Hill Station, Caves & Climbing, Pepper Plantations
Area Activities: Climbing & Caving, Local Countryside Tour, Bokor Hill Station Tour
Koh Sdachor King Island is located just off the main coast line ,roughly halfway between Sihanoukville and Koh Kong. The Cambodian island mainly serves as a fishing port but now has a new shallow water exploratory dive centre and a lovely private resort, perfect for those that want a local Cambodian Island feel.
Koh Rong Samloem is located just off the coast of Sihanoukvile and is home of the country’s best white sandy beaches. The island has a selection of beautiful seaside bungalows that are perfect for anyone looking to reinvigorate themselves on the last remaining days of their trip.
Song Saa (Private Island) is Cambodia’s only luxury island resort. If you are looking for total indulgence, world class food, and unparalleled service, this is the place to be. The resort is truly a paradise on earth and perfect for those very special occasions.
Area Highlights: Snorkelling, Scuba Diving, Island Hopping, Fishing, Boat Trips
Koh Kong is now a destination in its entirety and offers the visitor a wealth of eco-tourism and adventure possibilities. The area is located with the Cardomom Mountains in the north and Cambodia’s coast line to the south with the Tatai river cutting through the middle. Kok Kong town itself sits on the Kah Bpow River about 10 km from the Thai border; however the main attraction in the area are ‘4 Rivers Floating Lodge’, Rainbow Lodge and the new Dara Sakor Golf Resort. The area is perfect for those wanting to experience river and jungle life, waterfalls and community treks. The area is largely unexplored so this region is great for those adventurists amongst you.
Area Highlights: Trekking, Kayaking, Boat Trips, Golf, Wildlife
Area Activities: Golf