The Wild KK Project is a not-for-profit social enterprise offering unique adventure tours into threatened natural environments of Cambodia's stunning province of Koh Kong.


Our tours focus on two areas, both equally beautiful and ecologically-vital;


1) The magnificent and iconic Areng Valley, deep inside the jungles of the Cardamom jungles, home to extremely rare wildlife species such as the Siamese crocodile, Dragon Fish, and the Asian elephant. The indigenous people of Areng, the 'Chong' people, have been for years successfully battling plans by the government to build a hugely destructive hydro-dam in the area; Guests visiting these stunning terrains can participate in activities such as kayaking, trekking, interaction with local communities, etc, though guests need to be informed that many of the activities can not take place at the height of the monsoon (May to October) due to too much rainfall. Please send us an email for an update on what activities can and can't be done if you are thinking about going during the monsoons.


2) The mangrove forests and estuaries of coastal Koh Kong, beautiful waterways home to one of South East Asia's largest mangrove forests. Here, several small fishing communities are working hand-in-hand with us to push for the development of responsible tourism after a successful campaign has managed to finally kill off destructive extraction of sand for exports to Singapore.


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Our tours aim to :

- provide an alternative source of income to local communities and activists engaged in the protection of these stunning terrains;

- promote the beauty and fragility of Koh Kong's unique environment, both nationally and internationally;

- encourage Cambodians, especially youth and local communities, to be proud of their country's natural beauty, and to inspire them to save it;

- showcase to the government the economic potential of eco-friendly tourism in the areas we are striving to protect, and therefore be used as a lobbying tool to stop its current destructive projects;


  • Read more about our project's philosophy and about who we are here.
  • Check out the itineraries we have on offer here;
  • Contact us for more information on wildkkproject@gmail.com



Email: wildkkproject@gmail.com / Whatsapp: +85589722339*

(if you fail to get an answer after a few hours, chances are that our main coordinators are in the jungles, out of signal. If that is the case, we will get back to you in once we are back to civilization ;).