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Can only agree with the reviewer who paid USD 150 per person for the Sam Veasna trek into this not particularly well protected forest.
We booked the trip through the Hefalump café in Sen Monorom, but should have saved our considerable amount of money (USD...More
We organized through bamboo cafe a guide for visiting Seima protected forest, avoiding any elephant tour, for not supporting the local people abusing these amazing and endangered animals...
The guide was a very nice person and he could speak a fear English. Near the forest...More
I did the 2 day, 1 night tour through the Sam Veasna Centre for wildlife conservation in Sen Monoram. We stayed at the Jahoo Gibbon Camp which is a great campsite on the edge of the forest with clean sturdy tents with beds with real...More
My boyfriend and I did a trek with Sam Nang from Greenhouse tours in Sen Monorom and we really enjoyed it. With good chances of spotting monkeys, I hoped it would be a reasonably priced wildlife tour, and it didn't disappoint. $50 for a whole...More
I did a one day trip to see birds and primates, booked through Sam Veasna Centre in Sen Monorom at Hefalump Cafe. The Sam Veasna trips are not cheap as they have excellent quality guides and pay the Conservation Contribution, Forest Entry, and recompense the...More
We booked this tour through the Hefalump-Cafe in Sen Monorom. The lady at the office told us that this would be a "great jungle trekking" and "definitively worth its money". So we booked a two-day tour for the price of 150 USD per person, which...More
Sam Nang at the greenhouse arranged a very nice trip for us into the Seima Protected Forest. We experienced the forest through the eyes of our guides, Tia and Ma’ot, as they led us through the jungle. They pointed out small depressions now covered in...More