Unless you like tours of massive building sites. These tours are billed as a trip to a national park. However, sadly for the Cambodians this is no longer the case. The tours drive you to the top where the Park has been devastated by a massive massive development. You are driven through to the old Hill Station which is currently being redeveloped. You can't access it and it's charm is cloaked by it's wrap of scaffolding.
The views here are stunning over the sea and the nearby islands. The best part of the day.
Off then to the old church used as a doss house for the workers, through destruction of the super Ugly development to the waterfall. This place was no doubt once quite beautiful. Yet now it's a styreen lunch wrapper strewn, fish sauce stinking, fly infested, toilet paper splattered mess. The water looks to be polluted with a heavy sediment load and detergents from the works upstream.
They then drive you back down for a 2 hr cruise on the river. Not terrible that part.
So $15 not well spent. Be warned.
Drive urself, could be fun. Still a environmental disaster which is unpleasant to see.
There is a tour you can take where you cycle to the base of the park, hike to a waterfall and hike / bike back. This might be more interesting. Just avoid the Hill Station!
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