Cambodia: Untapped beauty draws eco-tourists to Cambodian village

The Oryas Waterfall of Ratanak-kiri Province is one of the few places in the Kingdom that has remained untouched and unexplored. Once tapped though, it has the potential of boosting the eco-tourism for two of Ratanakkiri’s ethnic minorities.

Located in the Lam Av village of Koh Pang commune in the Veun Sai district, the beautifully isolated falls cascade down 40 meters into the Sesan River. Aside from visiting the falls, tourists can enjoy the multiday journey involving a boat ride, a trek, and sightseeing in a village.

Specializing in jungle treks and half-day excursions around Ratanak-kiri, Green Jungle Trekking Tours-Cambodia cofounder Om Rithy has created many custom tours for guests who are up for the adventure.

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