The tour starts at the Border of Laos to Cambodian side is called Trapaing Kriel in Stung Treng and ends in Phnom Penh. On the downstream Mekong River journey from the Laos border to Phnom Penh, we got a chance to visit the Cambodian lifestyle, the islands, and the Irrawaddy Dolphins of the Mekong.

Day 1: Trapaing Kriel (Laos border) – Koh Han (Stung Treng)

We suggest you get to the Cambodian border between 9 am to 10 am. That border in Laos is called Nong Nok Khiene (Veun Kham), and the Cambodian side is called Trapaing Kriel. Meets our guide, he/she will assist you to get the visa upon arrival (visa fee of US$ 30 on your own), immigration stamp, and cross the border smoothly. It will take us about 20-30 minutes to cross the Cambodian border, then we drive to Koh Han in the Cambodia Mekong River which is only 30km away from the border. In the Koh Snaeng commune, O Svay district, the Stung Treng province, where the Somros Koh Han Community-based Ecotourism (CBET) is located, is inhabited by a total population of 2,749 people, 1,297 of which are women. Somros Koh Han CBET lies on a unique biodiversity-rich landscape in the middle of the Mekong River’s Ramsar site. On arrival, we are welcomed by the hosts and have lunch in the community. After lunch, our guide will take you through the community and give you a presentation of the Koh Han community in detail, free at your leisure on the island (the guide is available to bring you around and take you swimming in the Mekong River). Dinner at the community

Included for the day:
Transport: Private vehicle and driver
Tour guide: English-speaking tour guide
Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner
Accommodation: Adventure Tent

Day 2: Koh Han – Stung Treng – Kratie

After breakfast, we take the boat ride downstream to see the beauty of the Mekong River in Cambodia to Stung Treng, the boat ride will take us about 2 hours. Upon arrival at Stung Treng town, we disembark and drive to have lunch at the local restaurant.
Continue to drive southward to visit the Irrawaddy Dolphins in Prek Kampi. Embark on the local boat, and enjoy the gentle boat ride to the dolphin’s pools where you can spot them easily and closely.
Dinner and overnight in Kratie

Included for the day:
Transport: Private vehicle and driver (and boat ride)
Tour guide: English-speaking guide
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, dinner
Accommodation: Mekong Dolphin Hotel or a similar standard hotel

Day 3: Kratie – Kampong Cham – Phnom Penh

Breakfast at the hotel.
We drive to Phnom Penh, the journey will take us 6 hours and we will stop to visit the local village in Koh Pen (one of the islands in the Mekong River in Kampong Cham Province). The interesting of Koh Pen is the Bamboo Bridge, the longest bamboo bridge in Cambodia, it is built only in the dry season (lower water period from December to June). Our tour guide will walk you through this bamboo bridge to the island, visit the village, local farms, and Buddhist monastery, and drive back to Kampong Cham town for lunch.
After lunch, we drive to Phnom Penh and get one bathroom stop at the Spider Market. At the spider market, you will see the ladies selling live tarantulas, and some are deep-fried as crickets, water bugs, grasshoppers, scorpions, and local seasonal fruits. Continue to drive to Phnom Penh – We arrive in Phnom Penh at around 4.30 pm – End of services. Dinner and accommodation are not included!

Included for the day:
Transport: Private vehicle and driver
Tour guide: English-speaking guide
Meals: Breakfast, lunch

Group sizes : Min from 2 to Max 25 cyclists

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