Koh Han Island – Half Day Boat Tour


Follow the streams, inlets and gullies of the Mekong lead by a local boatmen to experience the natural beauty of this river region, Koh Han Island. Admire flooded forests and a stunning selection of birds and stop for a swim at sandy beaches. The Half-day Boat Tour: Koh Han Island can be tailored to meet your needs, so relax, unwind and soak up the beauty of this biodiverse water oasis.




The Half-day Boat Tour is perfect for a day trip or during an overnight stay on Koh Han Island. The tour starts at 8:30am before the sun is too hot.

From Koh Han Island the tour takes you to visit forests on Koh Han, watch birds in flooded forests and waterways and to swim on sandy island beaches.

The tour can be tailored to meet your needs – so spend longer relaxing and admiring as you please. The tour does not include food or water, so come prepared or advise the community members if you would like to add lunch ($5 per person).

  • The tour can be tailored to your needs.


  • Lunch ($5 per person)
  • Transport to and from the community
  • Extra food/beverages – cold drinks or beer 



  • 8:30am Meet your boat driver at Koh Han Boat ramp (if coming from the Traditional Homestay: Koh Han Island) or mainland Koh Han boat pick up (13.679983, 106.048609).
  • Tour the Ramsar wetlands, flooded forests, watch birds, swim at sandy beaches and explore the Mekong with a local boatmen.
  • 11-11:30am Return to Koh Han Island, Koh Han Community Floating House or mainland boat pick up. Please advise your boat driver

Getting there

If coming from the Traditional Homestay, Koh Han Boat ramp is located in the centre of the village where you are dropped off initially. This is on the Eastern side of the island.


(13.679983, 106.048609).

At the riverside of Stung Treng next to the fish statue round-about buses leave to all directions. From 7:30am – 1pm hop on a local bus or share taxi for $2.50 that will take you to the Koh Han Ferry (45mins – 1 hour). Some buses are on their way to the Laos border and can make a detour to drop you at the Ferry. In the afternoon, these buses become less frequent. Alternatively, a tuk-tuk costs $10-$15 and can be arranged from the same location.

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