Visit Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center
Located less than an hour outside the capital city of Phnom Penh, the Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center is home to more than 1,200 animals rescued from the illegal wildlife trade. The center provides visitors an unparalleled opportunity to view dozens of Southeast Asia’s most endangered and vulnerable animals, including tigers, elephants, sun bears, leopards, gibbons, rare monkey species and Siamese crocodiles.
The Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center is open to the public every day of the year. Entrance is $5 for international visitors and 2000 riel ($0.50) for Cambodians.
To get to the Center, you can get a taxi from Phnom Penh for $35. If you would like to arrange a guided tour of Phnom Tamao, including transport, entrance fee, close encounters with the animals, and a traditional Khmer lunch, see our Wildlife Tours page for more information.
Visit Chi Phat
Our Community-Based Ecotourism project in Chi Phat is located in the Southwestern part of the Cardamom Mountain range, Southeast Asia’s largest tract of contiguous rainforest. Situated amid stunning mountains, rivers, rainforests, wetlands and mangroves, and home to a vibrant and unique array of wildlife, it is an ideal destination for tourists looking for an ecological adventure.
The Koh Kong Conservation Corridor has been featured as one of the Top Ten Regions in Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2010 annual publication, The New York Times, and in the Wall Street Journal, highlighting the increasing international appeal of the local guest houses, restaurants, and outdoor activities.
If you're interested in a customized adventure, Wildlife Alliance has partnered with Absolute Travel to provide access to all of our exciting programs. Please visit the Absolute Travel page for more information.