Cambodia has an incredible variety of habitats and unique bird sites harboring some of the world’s most critically endangered bird species, and SVC can take you to them all, with Cambodia’s most expert professional bird guides.
It’s almost impossible to list all of the Cambodian bird sites that we visit. Explore the key sites below, and download your Bird Check Lists for each site before you visit – or just to whet your appetite and inspire your trip.
The floodplain grasslands of Pursat Province support a number of bird species that are absent from the Florican Grasslands closer to ... read more
The world famous sanctuary harbours seven species of water birds of global significance: Spot billed Pelican, Milky Stork, Painted ... read more
Designated Bengal Florican Conservation Areas, the seasonally flooded grasslands of Kompong Thom and Siem Reap Provinces contain the ... read more
Ang Trapaeng Thmor (ATT) is a vast ‘baray’ or man-made reservoir, originally built by slave labour. Aside from being a staging ground ... read more
This location at Kratie is usually visited before or after Keo Seima Wildlife Sanctuary. North of Kratie, the Mekong River flows ... read more
Keo Seima Wildlife Sanctuary and the area around our Jahoo Gibbon Camp in the core of the sanctuary (approx. 2000 square kilometers) is read more
Dak Dam is a fairly new site for SVC, located in the Southeastern corner of Cambodia on the Sen Monorom plateau. Elevations of over ... read more
The Varin Community tented safari camp is just a one and a half hours from Siem Reap, by beautiful waterfalls in semi evergreen forest ... read more
The Northern Plains of Cambodia was likened to the Serengeti in Africa with herds of wild deer and cattle chased through the open ... read more
This site is just a quick 30 minute ride from Siem Reap, reachable by tuk-tuk, bicycle or auto. We bird the variety of habitats near ... read more
A visit to Cambodia delivers experiences utterly unique – the opportunity to explore the rich cultural history of the country whilst ... read more
As you climb up through the evergreen forest to Bokor, in the southern coastal region of Cambodia, you will start to notice a change in read more
A trip to the mountain evergreen forest of Cambodia’s southwest holds one of the 2 endemic species found in Cambodia, the Cambodian ... read more
Tmatboey is an isolated village located in Kulen Promtep Wildlife Sanctuary in the Northern Plains. It was the flagship site for SVC’s ... read more
Prey Veng is a small remote village deep in the Kulen Promtep Wildlife Sanctuary (KPWS). The flagship community ecolodge is nestled on ... read more
Okoki safari camp lies deep in the Northern Plains near the Lao border. In 2007 an exploratory expedition was undertaken by WCS to ... read more
Koh Ker is approximately 2 hours drive east of Siem Reap on the way to Tmatboey. It is a stunning and unique pyramidal temple built in ... read more
There are three Critically Endangered Vulture species in Cambodia – White-rumped, Red-headed and Slender-billed Vultures. There are ... read more
Tonle Sap Waterbirds and Floating Villages
Tonle Sap is the largest natural lake in Southeast Asia, increasing in area by up to 25% annually as the floodwaters of the Mekong River cause the Tonle Sap river to flow backwards and fill the lake...
Cambodia is the last stronghold of a set of magnificent birds that are now so globally rare they are considered Critically Endangered on the IUCN Red List. This tour is a superb opportunity ...
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Deep in the remote dry forests of the Northern Plains of Cambodia, near the Lao border, lies the now legendary birding site of Okoki in the Chhep Wildlife Sanctuary. The Okoki River is one of the few sites left in Cambodia to find the endangered and elusive...read more
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