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Preah Sihanouk "Ream" National Park

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Ream National Park

Ream National Park

A Mountain, Mangrove, Island and Beach National Park

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By foot, motorcycle, bicycle, and boat

if you want to see it all

Location
Ream National Park is 18 kilometers from downtown Sihanoukville, towards Phnom Penh to the park entrance.  Probably another 10 kilometers to get inside the park down to the beach.  Just inside the park entrance, you can find the ranger station on the left, after you pass the entrance to the airport.

You can also go the "Sun & Moon Gulf" route.  After you turn towards Ream from Route 4, a hundred meters up the road is a sign for the Sun & Moon Gulf Resort.  This road is perfect for a few kilometers, until it turns into a dirt road.  It's 8km to the beach.

Prices
All hotels and guesthouses have $15 or $20 tickets for a day tour to Ream.  This includes pickup at your hotel, breakfast, transport to the park, a boat ride, lunch and more touring, and transport back.  Usually, pick up between 7 and 8 am, and back by 4pm or so.

Boat trips are priced by the boat.  Typically $45 for up to 5 people and $9 extra per persson for more than 5.
Walking tours with a park ranger are $4-$8.
Dolphin tours at times from November to March for $55 per boat

Only one guesthouse in Ream right on the ocean.  Ream Beach Guesthouse has it's own pier and boats, and great views of the islands.
Bangalo Samout has 6 houses about 100 meters off the beach.

About
one of 7 National Parks in Cambodia, established in 1993 by the former King, His Majesty Norodom Sihanouk. The park covers 15,000 hectares of land and 6,000 hectares of marine habitat. There are 155 species of birds in the park including a few threatened species.

Boat trips on the river and through the mangrove channels, then into the Gulf of Thailand ocean.

The park offers walking tours of the mountain, safari tours of the smaller mammals and birds and waterfalls.
Wat Ream, a buddhist temple, is also worth a trip.

On the seaside, there are dozens of food stands, specializing in fresh seafood.


 

Check out the

Ream Photo
Gallery...

Check out the Ream Map!

 

Contact Info
Ranger Station:
012 875 096
012 215 759

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