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CAMBODIA - Ream National Park - Prek Toek Sap Estuary
Cambodia

Ream National Park is located south of the city of Sihanoukville, almost on the border with Vietnam. After a long moment sailing on the mangrove-bordered Prek Toek Sap river, we finally reached its estuary, just before it meets the sea.

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Uploaded: 18/02/2014
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Tags: river; mangrove; estuary; coast; coastline; swamp; jungle; nature reserve; nature; national park
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