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Discovering the Spectacular Island Coastline of Kep

February 18, 2019 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under: ,

Kep is Cambodia’s smallest province and this Khiri Travel Cambodia adventure along its coastline is one of the best ways to get more insight into its rural beauty and local island life.

You begin the tour with a transfer by remok, a Khmer tuk-tuk, to the coast. Upon arriving you board a wooden Khmer fishing boat that takes you along Kep’s coastline – abundant with mangrove forests and teaming with wildlife – and then head out to sea to explore three different islands nearby.

At the first island, the boat will anchor in a bay where you can spend time snorkeling and exploring the beautiful clear water, home to an abundant and colorful marine life.

You then travel on to a second island to enjoy the beaches and a delicious seafood barbeque of fish, squid and shrimp, before heading on to your final island destination with white sandy beaches, where you can relax and swim.

The boat is fully-equipped with all the gear you will need for snorkeling and fishing, as well as lifejackets and other safety equipment.

At the end of the day, sit back and relax on the boat with a glass of wine, as you contemplate the golden orb of the setting sun, sliding below the horizon.

For more information on this tour and other tours in Kep Province, email us at: [email protected].

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