Early in the morning, our guide will pick you up at your hotel lobby at around 05:30 to spend the whole day for bird watching. Drive to visit the Sam Veasna Center in Siem Reap From Bengal Floricans to Giant & White-shouldered Ibis and 3 critically endangered species of vultures, a trip to the Cambodian bird sanctuaries is an experience of a lifetime.
Later proceed to Ang Trapaeng Thmor - a unique wetland ecosystem giving home to over 200 bird species including the endangered Sarus Crane. At the height of the dry season – in March and April – feeding herds of the endangered Eld’s Deer can be seen at the fringes of the reservoir.
Enjoy a picnic lunch in the serene atmosphere of the glasslands. Back to Siem Reap late in the afternoon and the tour ends around 18:00 at your hotel.
Note: Best time for bird watching is from February to May, although many bird species can be spotted year-round.
Responsible Travel: The Sam Veasna Center and the Ang Trapaeng Thmor wetlands are non-profit destinations overseen by the Wildlife Conservation Society. Your adventure supports the local community and gives back to wildlife conservation programs.