Nomads LandKoh Totang, Cambodia
The beautiful, tiny and undeveloped island of Koh Totang is part of a 12-island archipelago in Cambodia’s Koh Kong province. The only accommodation here is Nomads Land, an eco-friendly guesthouse, restaurant and bar that relies solely on rainwater and solar panels, keeping it completely off the grid.
Five rustic bungalows face the beachfront, each with a private terrace and hammock perfect for lazy days. The island is surrounded by coral reef, so find a hidden beach on the rocky shore, grab a mask, and fin over the ocean life. Go searching for iguanas in the jungle. At night, phosphorescence gives the beach a neon glow and fireflies illuminate the sky. It’s only a five-kilometre boat ride to Koh Sdach, the largest island in the group – head there and check out the fishing village if you’re in need of a little more stimulation after a few days spent swimming and strolling.
Bungalows start at US$90 twin share. This price includes all meals and use of snorkelling equipment and kayaks.