Discover Jahoo gives you the experience of Keo Seima Wildlife Sanctuary at night at the iconic Bamboo Camp, search for wild gibbons as they sing their dawn chorus and witness indigenous forest knowledge.
Experience the jungle by night and observe the shy and mysterious nocturnal creatures whilst sleeping in comfort at the unique Bamboo Camp
Wake up to the eerie call of the endangered yellow-cheeked crested gibbon before joining them in the forest at sunrise
Trek through lush rainforest spotting rare black-shanked douc-langurs and encountering other unique forest wildlife
Three Tour Packages
Jahoo Community-led Tour: Experience Jahoo and Keo Seima Wildlife Sanctuary with local Bunong guides. Adventure into the forest spotting wildlife with the help of your local guides unique forest knowledge and skills.
Ecologist Guide Tour: Kyle Winney is a British-born Wildlife Expert who has over 10 years experience in wildlife conservation and currently supports Jahoo in ecotourism and gibbon conservation. Add Kyle as part of your package together with local Bunong guides and get a more in depth educational experience of the forest and its wildlife. The additional cost is donated to the Gibbon Fund for local community conservation and social development action.
Birding Guide Tour: Jahoo and Keo Seima Wildlife Sanctuary are home to a variety of rare bird species including some local endemics restricted to the Southern Annamite Mountain Range. Purchasing this tour will include an expert bird guide from Sam Veasna Conservation Tours, the most experienced Khmer English-speaking bird guides in Cambodia
You will have a dedicated tour guide for the entire trip.All Transport
All of your transport throughout the trip including transfers.Breakfast
Breakfast is provided.Lunch
Lunch is provided.City Accommodation & Meals
Accommodation and dinner in Siem Reap, Phnom Penh and Sen Monorum. SVC can organise this if requested.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.
Subject to change depending on seasons and personal requests
Things to note
When to go
November - April. Wet season months between June and October make trekking very difficult.
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)
Multi-day tours must be booked at least 7 days in advance