5-day Typical Cambodia
For those who don’t have much time to enjoy nature and wildlife of Cambodia, we recommend for 5-day around Siem Reap. The largest waterbird colony and enjoy Tonle Sap and Floating Village, in this unique tour, enable to see seven species of global significance: Spot-billed Pelican, Milky and Painted Storks, Lesser Adjutant, Greater Adjutant, Black-headed Ibis and Oriental Darter and Grey-headed Fish Eagle. Changkran Roy is the last remaining evergreen forest in Siem Reap and where it is protected by the community and authority. The area with water resources supports some potential wildlife including the birds, mammals, and butterflies. Continue walk to the hill, birding around the Dry Deciduous forest (DDF) looking for some forest species especially woodpeckers, Parakeets and Prinias, and climb the path to see the lingas at Kbal Spean. Also, enjoy the remote archaeological site at Koh Ker/Beng Mealea temple. Experience lonely temples partly overgrown by the forest. It is situated in dry Dipterocarp with some semi-evergreen forest. This kind of forest provides excellent habitat for wildlife. Birds potentially included 8 species of woodpeckers, Rufous-winged Buzzard, White-rumped Pygmy-falcon and Collared Falconet, etc.
What to Expect
Note: This tour can be done all year round. A great escape into nature and best for people to enjoy nature and wildlife with a nice quiet walk into the forest paths of the temple complex. A great combination.
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