Anyone thinking that Cambodia’s growing fame as a tourist destination has resulted in a loss of edge should go to Mondulkiri. Roads have improved in recent times, cutting journey times between Phnom Penh and the province in the country’s northeast. However, time and effort still needs to be expended in getting there. Guests who choose to take the plunge will find themselves amidst some of Cambodia’s most untamed wilderness. It is a place where ethnic cultural groups, such as the Phnong, inhabit spectacular landscapes and where bears, tigers, leopards and elephants can still be spotted in the jungles. On their first full day in Mondulkiri, guests will meet with Phnong locals and find out about their communities and customs before proceeding to Bou Sraa waterfall – the highest in Cambodia. The following day guests will have the chance to visit the Elephant Valley Project, an ecotourism project that focuses on care, rehabilitation and conservation and puts an emphasis on letting the elephants act as they would in the wild.
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