We stopped by Phnom Tamao on the way to Kep. It was very cool to see endangered animals being well looked after in a place like Cambodia. I loved seeing the tiger and the Siamese crocodile. You can feed most of the animals, too. However,...更多
We arranged for a Tuk Tuk to take us from our hotel, we asked the driver how long it would take, he said roughly an hour, 2 hours later we arrived. Once we got there it was worth the journey. 100% you need to get...更多
Was a great day out, feeding the monkeys who where a tad shy sure beats the over aggressive thieves most of them are in other tourist area's. Having to win over the trust of the deer to have them eat out of your hand, a...更多
I did volunteer for a week with Free The Bears but had time on my ladt day to view the whole park. Many rescued animals including lions, gibbon, Sambar deer, elephants, bears both Asiatics and Sun bears. Many food outlet, platforms and hammocks. The walk...更多
We did the behind the scene tour. Amazing experience! Walking with an elephant is something i will never forget! Loved going in with the monkeys also! Great Staff and great animal sanctuary that seems to put their animals' welfare first!
The wildlife reserve will not be the best you've seen but it's a huge first step in educating locals about the animals and creating awareness. My family and I were involved in being a bear keeper for a day and enjoyed the entire experience from...更多
Even though the Behind the Scenes tour is US$155 and seems expensive, you have to remember that this is NOT a zoo but instead is a wildlife RESCUE CENTER. I completely agree that all those who wrote bad reviews were "visitors" expecting a zoo experience,...更多