Eco-Tourism Project is one of the projects under the sustainable livelihood programmes that provides technical and financial support from Culture and Environment Preservation Association (CEPA). So far, CEPA has supported three sites of eco-tourism along the Mekong Flood Landscape including O’svay (2007), O’Chralang (2017) and Phnom Chamrok Sat (2018). All the selected sites for eco-tourism development are under the community fishery and forestry management structure. The potential attraction of the eco-tourism site are flooded forest, forest, sand bar, islands, wildlives, birds and fish species which are presenting in the areas for local and international tourists to visit. The projects aim to improve the community fishery and forestry members’ livelihoods and mainly contribute to the fishery and forestry resources conservation.