The most southwestern province of Cambodia. Koh Kong has a long undeveloped coastline and a mountainous, forested and largely inaccessible interior which embraces part of the Cardamom Mountains, Cambodia’s largest national park (Botum Sakor National Park) and a section of Kirirom National Park. Its tourist attractions include spectacular waterfalls, the largest mangrove-estuary system in South East Asia, mountain trekking, untouched beaches and islands while an export processing zone is being developed for trade.
Irrawaddy Dolphins Otters and Birds
Situated between the Cardamom Mountains and the Gulf of Thailand, the mangrove-estuary system of Koh Kong province, Cambodia, is the largest and most intact in South East Asia. Many of the estuaries of the Cardamom Mountains have national park or other protected area status. However due to their remote and until recently inaccessible location they are largely untouched and unexplored and are home to an extremely diverse range of rare and exotic wildlife. Rare dolphins, finless porpoise, two species of otters, Asia’s most elusive cat, it’s rarest (and smallest) deer, gibbon, macaque and an array of globally endangered shorebirds are just some of our little known treasures
IRRAWADDY DOLPHIN FINLES PORPOISE INDO-PACIFIC HUMPBACK DOLPHIN Original docs from Wikipedia
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