Bokor National Park (a site for Chestnut-headed Partridge), situated 1,081 meters above sea level. The park is located at the southern tip of the Elephant Mountains, near the Vietnam border and about 37 km west of Kampot, in southern Cambodia. Bokor contains a stretch of jungle, with rivers, waterfalls, and ruins of French colonial Bokor Palace Hotel. As we ascend through the evergreen forest to Bokor we will start to notice bird species not found in other parts of the country. By the time we reach the top of the escarpment, we will be in the refreshingly cool, stunted montane forest. A welcome relief from the steamy hot lowlands we have left behind.