Man'Groove Kampot said: "Make yourself at home, but don’t forget, you are the guests of nature!
Have a good stay !
It is built on the edge of an arm of the sea, in the heart of a fishing village, they leave early and stay many hours at sea to optimize their gas costs. They live with their families at the edge of the water, we lend them our boats to help them on a daily basis.
Our staff is Khmer and learn English to be able to welcome you at best. They take care of the house and cook for you.
Our operation is simple and ecological, we burn our waste and we are committed to teaching it to Cambodians to preserve their environment. Indeed, not having a garbage collection service, burning waste is the best way we can to protect the local ecosystem.
The waste water from the toilet goes through different filters before being discharged into the saltwater, so it is important not to throw toilet paper in the toilet.
Our dog is the guardian of our house, his name is Ratatouille. Sometimes he is visited by other dogs in the neighborhood, each dog watches over his house and his family.
Rats are part of the ecosystem, they eat the waste and fish leftover fishermen which helps prevent bad smells. If we kill them with poison, other animals may die, including Ratatouille.
The cockroaches come out a few times at night, don’t panic, they are more frightened than you are!
The fluorescent plankton is visible right in front of us at high tide and when it's dark, it’s a magical moment that knows how to be desired, be patient ????
We help people to preserve their beautiful nature by setting an example. We destroy our wastes, we recycle and support the Mangrove Forest project for the replanting of trees strengthening the mangroves in case of tsunami. This project also supports the conservation and development of the marine biotope.
Ask for information about our boat tour!"