Discover Jahoo

An immersive journey into forest protection, endangered wildlife and indigenous culture

Duration

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3 Days

Availability

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All year

Peak season

Dec-Mar

Starting Point

Sen Monorom

Immerse yourself in lush rainforest and unwind at the Bamboo Camp, search for endangered wildlife in the heart of the protected area, and forge a deeper connection with indigenous culture.

Highlights:
- Escape to nature and dedicate some time to relax in comfort at the unique Bamboo Camp where you can enjoy true wilderness soothed by the sounds of the jungle whilst enjoying delicious Bunong cuisine and local produce.

- Explore evergreen forest, sacred waterfalls, traditional Bunong farms and little-known remnants of historical conflict, such the site of a US Army base, deep in the heart of the Wildlife Sanctuary, whilst spotting spectacular wildlife.

- Immerse yourself in indigenous forest culture, learn traditional forest skills from your local Bunong guide, hear about legends, history and folklore from an elder around the campfire and help a local farmer collect resin from his ancestral resin trees, an ancient and remarkable Bunong practice.

Truly immerse yourself in the location and choose to disconnect from the rest of the world to unwind and relax at the unique Bamboo Camp. Enjoy the sounds of the jungle at day and night whilst experiencing Bunong hospitality and cuisine. Give yourself a special opportunity to explore the forest, observe endangered wildlife and learn about indigenous culture at your own pace.

Leave your impact and contribute to wildlife conservation and community developments while visiting some of the social activities supported by the Gibbon Fund (from Jahoo revenue) such as the Children’s Breakfast Club at the local primary school. Place Jahoo and the story of the community in a historical perspective and visit some remnants of historical events in the community such as the site of a little-known US Army base.

Explore lush evergreen jungle and visit remote waterfalls with your local indigenous guide spotting unique wildlife with the aide of your guides traditional forest knowledge. Forge a deeper connection with your guide and begin to see the forest, wildlife and traditional culture through their eyes. Learn more about tropical forest ecology, the interaction between wildlife in their forest environment as well as the multitude of sustainable traditional uses for trees, plants and wildlife the Bunong benefit from for food, livelihoods and medicine.

What’s included?

Entry & admission fees
All entry and admission fees to parks.
Accommodation
Accommodation is provided at all of our sites.
Guide Fees
You will have a dedicated tour guide for the entire trip.
All Transport
All of your transport throughout the trip including transfers.
Refreshments
Water will be provided to you throughout the trip.
All Meals
You will be provided with breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Conservation Contributions
SVC will contribute part of the trip cost towards conservation.
City Accommodation & Meals
Accommodation and dinner in Siem Reap, Phnom Penh and Sen Monorum. SVC can organise this if requested.
Trip Insurance
It is strongly recommended that you travel with insurance.
Laundry
A hand wash laundry service can be provided with additional charges, depending on availability.
Tip or gratuity
It is your own decision should you wish to tip staff.
Wifi
Wifi not available outside of major cities and towns.

Itinerary

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Subject to change depending on seasons and personal requests

Locations you’ll visit

TitleAddress Description
Keo Seima Wildlife Sanctuary
Keo Seima Wildlife Sanctuary, Cambodia

Keo Seima Wildlife Sanctuary

Key Species

Germain’s Peacock-PheasantGreen PeafowlGreat HornbillBar-bellied PittaBlue PittaRed-vented BarbetBlack-and-buff WoodpeckerGreat Slaty Woodpecker

Habitat

Lowland evergreen forest on low hills. Some areas support large-stemmed bamboo species.

Things to note

Transport

4x4 Car

When to go

Peak Season: December to March

Conservation Contribution

Revenue from our tours help to fund wildlife conservation and community projects. Find out more

Things to bring

          Long sleeve top and bottoms (clothing should not be bright)

          Closed-toe shoes or Hiking boots

          Swimming clothes and towel

          Insect repellent

          Sun cream

          Sun hat

          Wet weather clothes/poncho

          Light jumper/jacket (mornings and evenings can be chilly)

Book Now

Multi-day tours must be booked at least 7 days in advance

Have a Question?

If you have any questions before you complete your booking, we are happy to help!

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