A few companies (and guesthouses such as Blue Moon) offer excursions to waterfalls upstream or the beaches on nearby Koh Kong island. The boat ride there takes about an hour (although the choppy seas shouldn’t be crossed between June and October). Guided treks into the hinterland are also easily arranged.

Tour operators

Neptune
Tatai, 18km east of town neptuneadventure-cambodia.com. Experienced outfit with a tranquil riverside guesthouse and all sorts of river tours on offer, including kayaking and boat trips to the waterfall and nearby mangroves.
Ritthy Koh Kong Eco Adventure Tours
Waterfront, close to Bob’s Ice Cream (look for the orange sign) 012 707719, kohkongecoadventure.com. The town’s longest-running operator, offering a range of excursions that includes day-trips to waterfalls and to Koh Kong island, as well as kayaking and multi-day treks in the Cardamom Mountains.
Wild KK Project
097 989 7999, wildkkproject.com. Working with nature, a grassroots movement and local communities, these adventurous ecology- and culture-focused small group tours to the Areng Valley – a pristine region deep in the Cardamoms threatened by a proposed hydroelectric dam, and home to rare Siamese crocs – run for a minimum of four days. You’ll sleep in hammocks and eat local food while activities include trekking, kayaking and cycling. Expect plenty of interaction with local communities.

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