30 April 2018 | Laurent Holdener
We just came back yesterday from a survey nature-expedition with the office in the mysterious National Park of PHNOM BOKOR, South of Cambodia. The ex-guerilla Khmer Rouge found refuge in this massive Mountain along the sea. Because of their isolation, this sanctuary is largely untouched and wild still today. We explored the plateau and camped there on the first day, then trekked down the 1000m height-difference through a deep tropical forest among Hornbills, Giant squirrels and Gibbons in …7 hours! (check video). Congratulations to Rina, Phirum, Estelle, Phoun, Chealy and Sokha for 2 two difficult days. Looking forward to trekking again with this great team.
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