Located in south-west Cambodia, the Cardamom mountains cover more than 20,000 sq km and are designated as a conservation area, which is rated as one of the most important eco-regions in south-east Asia. This pristine mountain region is little explored and is home to more then 100 mammal species, including many threatened species, such as tigers and Asian elephants. This area is connected by boat and by road to Sihanoukville and Phnom Penh, and the 4 Rivers Floating Lodge is an ideal base from which to explore the abundant wildlife, waterfalls, river valleys, mangroves and rare flora and fauna
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Tatai is a small village in the Cardamom mountains, close to the Thai border. The village serves as a point of entry into the Four Rivers scenic area and the forested region of Koh Kong
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"The most inspirational moments included visiting Ta Prom with our guide, no one else there - just us - amazing experience, and seeing Anklor Wat on the morning that 600 minds and 100 nuns were being ordained - it was a marvellous sight.