Terres Rouges Lodge

Address: Boeung Kansaign, Ratanakiri, 16000, Cambodia | Lodge
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This lodge, located on Boeung Kansaign, Ratanakiri, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Ratanakiri

    North-East: Crater Lakes, Karaoke and Dolphins

    A travel blog entry by lisaptraveller on May 10, 2014

    11 photos

    ... As Graeme and I discovered in rather embarrassing circumstances it's not pronounced how it reads at all, but rather 'Kra-Chea'. The reason on heading to this little sleepy town on the Mekong River was to see another natural wonder, the rare Irrawaddy Dolphins. During the Khmer Rouge a lot of them were sold or killed and there numbers have been depleting ever since. In this particular part of the Mekong there are around 70 left where there used to ...

    Banlung, Cambodia

    A travel blog entry by shayles on May 07, 2014

    19 photos

    ... further and explore every little dirt track you spy from the main road. I just love these days where i have the freedom (safety and the right equipment) to go wherever I want and just explore. Ive been following conflicting directions to various waterfalls not knowing if i'll find them (sometimes I did, sometimes I didn't).

    We are heading into the wet season now and the afternoons have spectacular storms with the best looking cloud formations and lighting shows to ...

    Next stop, Cambodia - Banlung

    A travel blog entry by natandross on Feb 24, 2014

    18 photos

    ... in the UK.

    The main reason for seeing the village was to visit the cemetery. Now we're not some kind of weirdos, we had read online that the local graves are decorated with interesting memorials mirroring the dead (or how they had wanted to be remembered). It was interesting, but as we found, slightly overblown and probably not worth the visit - it was lucky that the village tour had been enjoyable. We later heard that some of the other villages had recently ...


    A travel blog entry by simonandtally on Dec 14, 2013

    1 comment

    ... a group of monks in the bright orange robes sitting quietly enjoying lunch. Simon and I went in for a dip and Simons says I'm crazy but I swear I could feel a warm current deep down at my feet!? Normally its the other way...it was odd! The lagoon was perfectly round and completely surround by dark green intense jungle, really hidden away. We all carried on after lunch following the tiny pathway through the bamboo and vines that lead us all ...

    This day deserves an entry all of its own

    A travel blog entry by lifeisawesome on Nov 23, 2013

    1 comment, 16 photos

    ... By the end of the trek, both myself and Magda were covered in dust and soaked in sweat, but with massive smiles on our faces, For us this was the best trekking experience I had in South East Asia, every promise that was made to us was kept and the day made even better by such excellent guides. We could not have a bad word to say about this trek.

    But still the day wasnt over, really the end of the trek was just an intermission. Returning back on motorbikes to ...