Wild Cambodia

Remote locations, Critically Endangered birds and a journey into Cambodia’s past.



10 Days



All year

Peak season


Starting Point

Siem Reap

This route enables the birder to experience almost all of Cambodia’s threatened bird species at a variety of exciting and often remote locations. We should see the Critically Endangered Giant Ibis, White-shouldered Ibis, Bengal Florican and if we’re lucky the Endangered White-winged Duck along with a host of other species. This route also takes in a vulture restaurant where we will see Red-headed, White-rumped and Slender-billed Vultures feeding at a carcass. Distances are moderate and occasionally long and some camping in large safari-style tents is required.

What’s included?

Entry & admission fees
All entry and admission fees to parks.
Accommodation is provided at all of our sites.
All Transport
All of your transport throughout the trip including transfers.
Water will be provided to you throughout the trip.
Conservation Contributions
SVC will contribute part of the trip cost towards conservation.
Guide Fees
You will have a dedicated tour guide for the five days.
Reusable Bottle
SVC Refill not Landfill reusable water bottle for multi-day trips.
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.
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 not available outside of major cities and towns.


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Subject to change depending on seasons and personal requests

Locations you’ll visit

TitleAddress Description
Siem Reap
Pokambor Ave, Krong Siem Reap, Cambodia
Stoung Bengal Florican Conservation Area
Unnamed Road, Cambodia
Tmat Boey
Unnamed Road, Tmat Paeuy, Cambodia
Boeng Toal Vulture Restaurant
Chhaeb Pir, Cambodia
Beng Mealea
Unnamed Road, Cambodia

Angkor Wat

Prek Toal

Ang Trapaeng Thmor (ATT)

Key Species

Sarus CraneSpotted Wood-OwlAfrican Comb DuckGreater Spotted EaglePainted StorkPheasant-tailed JacanaBronze-winged JacanaGrey-headed SwamphenWhite-browed CrakeCotton Pygmy Goose


A large reservoir surrounded by rice paddies, with a range of grassland and sedge habitats on the northern edge, and a small area of degraded deciduous forest.

Prey Veng Village

Key Species

White-winged DuckGiant IbisSarus CraneCollared Scops-OwlGreat Slaty WoodpeckerRufous-bellied WoodpeckerBlack-headed WoodpeckerWhite-rumped Pygmy FalconGrey-headed Fish-EagleRufous-winged Buzzard


Lowland deciduous dipterocarp forest, often mistakenly referred to as dry forest. Trapeangs dot the landscape and there is tall semi-evergreen forest in riverine areas.

Tmat Boey

Key Species

Giant IbisWhite-shouldered IbisGreat Slaty WoodpeckerBlack-headed WoodpeckerSavanna NightjarRufous-winged BuzzardSpotted Wood-OwlBrown Fish-OwlCollared Scops-OwlPale-capped Pigeon


Lowland deciduous dipterocarp forest, often mistakenly referred to as dry forest. Trapeangs dot the landscape and there are fairly extensive areas of bamboo in riverine areas.

Boeng Toal Vulture Restaurant

Bengal Florican Grasslands


Key Species

Mekong WagtailCambodian TailorbirdAsian Golden WeaverYellow-breasted Bunting


Large low-land river with small rocky islands covered in dense bush.

Things to note


4*4 Car

When to go

December – March, though different sites have somewhat differing seasonal highs for species and times can shift year on year.

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

Book Now

Multi-day tours must be booked at least 7 days in advance. For a detailed price breakdown, view our pricing page 

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