Birding in Cambodia takes you right off the main track
There are many reasons to visit Cambodia with Angkor Wat being at the top of most peoples’ agenda. The friendliness of the people and the stunning scenery are also well known and make this a great destination.
However, if your interests also include the wildlife, particularly the birdlife, then we have a tour that will truly take you off the beaten track.
The list of birds to be seen is impressive and because you are in wilder places there is a good chance of seeing critically endangered animals such as the Eld’s Deer and the Irrawaddy dolphin.
You will stay in a variety of hotels, B&Bs and lodges in villages (including a floating village at Prek Toal) and once you are out of Siem Reap the accommodation and food is generally Khmer.
While the emphasis is on bird watching, there is time to explore the place you visit and see little visited Angkorian Temples. The mode of transport is a mixture of car, boat and of course hiking to the right locations for wildlife viewing.
Most of these trips occur during Cambodia’s dry season, December to March when the heat is dry and the temperatures are lower.
So if you want to see cranes, vultures, dolphin, deer, civets, flying squirrels and hundreds of species of birds, then get in touch.
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