Kulen Elephant Forest: Angkor Wat Elephants New Home
After spending 22 years ferrying visitors to the temples of Angkor Wat, a group of elephants have found a new home at Kulen Elephant Forest at the foothills of Siem…
Cambodia is a country of diverse wildlife, with a wide range of habitats and species. From the jungles and mountains of the Cardamom Mountains in the south, to the Tonle Sap lake in the north, Cambodia has a rich variety of animal and plant life. There are over 500 species of birds, over 100 species of mammals, and hundreds more species of reptiles, amphibians and fish. The forests are home to endangered species such as Indochinese tigers, Asian elephants and Irrawaddy dolphins. The country is also home to an abundance of smaller mammals such as monkeys, civets, mongoose and porcupines. With its stunning landscapes and diverse wildlife population, Cambodia is an ideal destination for wildlife enthusiasts looking for a unique experience!