Morning Tour
(07.00 AM – 13.30 PM, approx. 5-6 hours from hotel to hotel)

We depart Siem Reap on a 45-minute drive through beautiful rural Cambodia along traditional dirt roads to the Port of Mechrey, a small rarely-visited fishing village on the edge of the great lake. Here we board our specially-designed shallow-drafted boat—originally used by park rangers to catch poachers—to enable us to reach the shallowest water areas and travel at speed. Through near empty waterways with remnants of floating villages and flooded forests all around, we zip across the water to the authentic village of Prek Toal, a permanent floating settlement complete with church, schools and village stores.

A hive of activity, Preak Toal is the Tone Sap’s largest floating village and the jump off point for the best birdlife spotting in the region (season dependent). From here we circle out to the edge of the vast lake (which looks more like a sea) before stopping for a picnic lunch. We supply plenty of cool drinks and encourage interaction with the local inhabitants as we explore life unchanged for centuries on the lake. If we’re lucky we may spot some migrating birdlife in this area.

Afternoon Tour
(14.00 PM – 19.30 PM)

We depart Siem Reap in our Private transfer on a 45-minute drive through beautiful rural Cambodia along traditional dirt roads to the Port of Mechrey, a small, rarely visited fishing village on the edge of the great lake. Here we board our specially designed shallow-draft boat—originally used by park rangers to catch poachers—to enable us to reach the shallowest water areas and travel at speed. Through near empty waterways with remnants of floating villages and flooded forests all around, we zip across the water to the authentic village of Prek Toal, a permanent floating settlement complete with church, schools and village stores.

A hive of activity, Prek Toal is the Tone Sap’s largest floating village and the jump off point for the best birdlife spotting in the region (season dependent). From here we circle out to the edge of the vast lake (which looks more like a sea). We encourage interaction with the local inhabitants as we explore life unchanged for centuries on the lake. If we’re lucky we may spot some migrating birdlife in this area.

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