Travel to the heartland of the Mondulkiri province, home to the Phnong indigenous tribe, beautiful hilly scenery, elephants and varied birdlife, through the lush green landscape, passing cassava, pepper and rubber plantations along the way. Visit Pulung village – home to the Phnong indigenous tribe, and learn about their community and customs from a local guide. Enjoy an easy trek through the valley and continue to the scenic two-tiered waterfall, Bou Sraa. Spend a full day at the Elephant Valley Project (ELIE), an ecotourism project that provides an alternative approach to elephant care, rehabilitation and conservation. Heading back to Phnom Penh form Mondulkiri, stop by rubber plantation, Kampong Cham and “the Spider Village” of Skun.
- Best time to go: November to January | Ask for quotation
- Best value time to go: April – September (Low Season) | Ask for quotation
- Comfortable lightweight clothing and soft-soled walking shoes with low or no heels are suitable.
- For protection from sun, it is suggested you carry a sunhat and sunglasses.
|Best Travel Month||November to February|
|Travel Types||Adventure, Culture, Escape, Package Tour, Trekking, Wildlife|