Kbal Spean, the ACCB & Banteay Srey

Explore the sacred mountains of Cambodia and witness one of Cambodia’s wildlife rehabilitation and rescue programs

Duration

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1 Day

Availability

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All Year

Peak season

Nov-Apr

Starting Point

Siem Reap

The Siem Reap River originates in the sacred mountain of Phnom Kulen, some 50km northeast of Siem Reap. Our route passes through timeless rural Cambodian villages and countryside before we stop at the dry deciduous forest near the slopes of the mountains.

From here we will visit Kbal Spean, walking through protected forest to see the famous carved lingas in the stream-bed.

There is also the opportunity to visit the Angkor Center for Conservation and Biodiversity (ACCB), the first nature conservation and endangered wildlife rescue and breeding center in Cambodia. The center aims to promote the rescue and rehabilitation of certain native Cambodian wildlife and to establish a conservation breeding program to enable reintroduction of native species.

Before leaving the area, we will visit Banteay Srey temple which has spectacular pink sandstone sculptures.

What’s included?

Entry & admission fees
All entry and admission fees to parks.
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.
Breakfast
Breakfast is provided.
LunchTip or gratuity
It is your own decision should you wish to tip staff.
Wifi
Wifi not available outside of major cities and towns.
Temple Pass fee

Itinerary

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Subject to change depending on seasons and personal requests

Locations you’ll visit

Title Address Description
Siem Reap
Pokambor Ave, Krong Siem Reap, Cambodia
Kbal Splean
Phnom Kulen National Park, Cambodia
Angkor Center for Conservation of Biodiversity (ACCB)
Unnamed Road, Cambodia

Phnom Kulen, Kbal Spean, ACCB and Bantey Srei

Key Species

White-rumped Pygmy FalconBlack-headed WoodpeckerBrown PriniaIndochinese Bushlark

Habitat

DDF, semi-evergreen forest, mountain and waterfall.

Things to note

Transport

4x4 Car

When to go

All year round, though species are easier to see during the dryer months November – April, these sites are fascinating at any time.

Conservation Contribution

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

Things to bring

  • Sun hat
  • Sun cream
  • Appropriate closed-toe shoes. Walking boots are best
  • Light clothing covering shoulders and knees- this is especially relevant when visiting temples and religious sites. Clothing should not be bright when birding
  • Insect repellent
  • Waterproof coat
  • Small denominations of money. This is especially relevant when entering Northern Cambodia. $20 is the maximum denomination of money that should be taken
  • Binoculars. SVC charge $5 per person per day to use our Swarovski Optik binoculars
  • Ear plugs are recommended for multi-day tours. The sound of nature at night in remote areas can be loud

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

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