MEET YOUR GUIDES

Meet the Guides

SVC is a family, our guides are the heart of the organisation.

MEET YOUR GUIDES

Meet the Guides

SVC is a family, our guides are the heart of the organisation.

Since SVC started running tours in 2006 we have trained up a team of world class Cambodian specialist birding and wildlife guides. SVC guides are passionate and dedicated conservationists as well as guides, inspiring a new generation of Cambodian’s to nurture their environment and love their natural heritage. They take part in field studies, species surveys, work with other global conservation organisations assisting and supporting with their expert knowledge.

We spend the 6 months over low season training and building the skills of our guiding team in technical birding skills, natural history and beyond… extending further every year building knowledge of butterflies, dragonflies, botany and the amazing biodiversity of Cambodia.
Many of the team have been us for 10+ years now and are known and loved by birders and wildlife lovers the world over. A number of the team are also fully licensed and qualified Temple guides able to uncover the natural wonders and species around Cambodia’s iconic temples.
Take a little time to meet some of the wonderful characters who make up our guiding team below.

Official Optics Partner

We are incredibly proud and excited to be working with Swarovski Optik Nature, as Official Optics Partners! Swarovski Optik Nature produce best in class optics for birders and wildlife spotters, and this relationship is recognition of our world class guide team and efforts in wildlife conservation.
Being able to work with the very best optics gear has been a revelation for the team – helping them to see more, get closer to nature and guide even better, sharing the unique wildlife experiences Cambodia has to offer with our clients. Head to www.swarovskioptik.com/nature to find out more.

Mony Sang

Tour Leader

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My name’s Sang Mony. I live in Siem Reap province. I have been working at Sam Veasna Center for 12 years. It has been a lit long, however, I love working there because I have a chance to learn more about the nature, and I could understand clearly about conservation work. Furthermore, I can work to prevent the endanger wildlife in Cambodia. If I could change one thing about my work I would try my best in order to build up the capacity of nature conservation resources in order to make them much better that present day. My best memory of working for SVC is shooting the photos of the wildlife and nature. It looks really beautiful and attractive to me.

Mardy Sean

Tour Leader

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My name’s Mardy, I am the original Siem Reap citizen. And I am married with no children. I have been working at Sam Veasna Center for 6 years, and I love my job so much because I can work to conserve the wildlife and nature. The achievement for me of working at SVC is I know more deeply about wildlife and the site wild’s movement. I think that it’s very important for SVC to do conservation in Cambodia because there are not many organizations which work on the wildlife prevention role, so, we will really need your organization and people to work together in this field work. In addition, if I could change one thing about my career I would improve efficiently communication that the clients will buy more our trip.

Pech Mogn

Ecotourism Coordinator/Guide

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My name’s Pech Mogn. I am the original Siem Reap citizen. I have worked with Sam Veansa Center since 2014 I love working with this organization because I could help the community through any social development project, wildlife conservation, and explore new experiences with a lot of people. Furthermore, SVC has really good management team which play a role as work fairly for all members. The best experience of working at SVC was the time which my team and I went on field training that we visited many different bird sites. In my opinion, it’s very important for SVC to work on wildlife conservation because nowadays forest and wildlife in Cambodia are declined and endangered. If there is nobody care they will be extinct soon. Finally, If I could change one thing about my career, it would be promoted efficiently to clients that attract more customers for low seasons the same as high season to get more money for staffs, communities, and conservation.

Ladong

Junior Guide

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My name’s Ladong, and my nickname’s Meng. I am a bird watching guide. I have been working for Sam Veasna Center wildlife conservation since 2014. I enjoy working there because this’s non-profit organization which running to protect wildlife, and develop communities. The best achievement of working for SVC is I have opportunity to travel to many different places in Cambodia and the other country, I also had really best experiences birding trip to Thailand with team SVC’s guide. It was really unforgettable time for me. I gain more knowledge and experience of wildlife conservation. I could say that I love working at SVC, and I so happy to be a part of this organization.

Sreymom

Junior Guide

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I’m Sreymom. I have been working at Sam Veasna Center for 1 year. I love working there so much because it is the non-profit organization which works on the conservation of wildlife, birds, forest, and others natural resources. The best achievement for me to work at SVC is I gain more understanding about bird educational sites, guiding skill, communication skill. And I also have really best experience to joined supper tour, travelling to birding places, team work, and so on. If I wasn’t working at SVC I will be just a teachers and translator. So I could say I am so lucky to be a part of SVC’s Team.

An outstanding effort by Sophoan. She is one of the best guides, I ever travelled with. Not only in finding and identifying birds and mammals, but also a rare organizational talent and a kind and bright person.
Hans Meltofte, DOF (Birdlife Denmark)

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