Koh Samseb (30 Islands) is a name of Community-based Ecotourism located inside Sambo Wildlife Sanctuary of Kracheh province, in the northeastern part of Cambodia along the upper Mekong River.
The site covered a total area of 50,093 hectares, designated as a wildlife sanctuary on 5th October 2018 by the Royal Cambodian Government under the management of the Ministry of Environment. Non-Timber Forest Products – Exchange Programme(NTFP-EP) helps coordinate the community-based ecotourism to sustain the protection of biodiversity and landscapes as well as community livelihood.
Koh Samseb is a new birding site for CBGA’s, it located about 70km from Stung Treng town down the Mekong River. Tour to Koh Samseb is recommended with a two night camping on the island. It is a great escape to see Cambodian real life and enjoy camping on the island of Mekong, swimming, sunbathing and boating to see birds.