Sabay Beach is a small and wildly romantic resort tucked away along the riverside in Kampot, southern Cambodia.
The restaurant and bar overlook the Preaek Tuek Chhu river and have the most awesome view of the Bokor Mountain range. Sabay Beach bar is the best place to see the sunset in Kampot.
The guestrooms are clean, decorated beautifully and are discretely scattered throughout the grounds. Each room possesses its own dreamy and ultimately unique charm. We highly recommend Sabay Beach for any visitors to the area. It is at the top of our list of places to stay in Kampot.
Chhuok – The Elephant Rescue Story
In March 2007, Wildlife Alliance Director of Care for Rescued Wildlife, Nick Marx and FA head vet, Dr Nhim Thy travelled to Mondulkiri to begin an incredible Elephant Rescue story. Their task was to inspect an injured elephant calf that had been wandering alone in the forest with a severe wound to his limb from a snare.
The calf found a bull Elephant that was cared for by WWF.
All Blockquoted text in this article is from the original report by Nick Marx, present at the time.
Happy to find the company of its own kind, the calf followed the big bull back to Trapeang Chhouk, a WWF patrol station in the area.
He was in a very bad way and it seemed almost certain that the young elephant would die, he was so badly injured and undernourished.
Reforestation in Takeo is underway. Torch Tours are proud to announce that this month we have planted 600 trees in the rural Cambodian province of Takeo.
Reforestation is important in many ways. Trees combat climate change, clean the air by producing oxygen, they prevent soil erosion and provide food.
Tree planting is a great opportunity to bring people together, involving both communities and visitors in a peaceful activity that improves the quality of life for everyone. Furthermore, everyone plays an important role at a tree planting event.
Get Tree Planting with Torch Tours – Reforest, Not Deforest! Join us getting down and dirty planting trees.
Torch Tours are now offering you the chance to join us on our latest project, Reforest Not Deforest!
Everyone’s a winner! (more…)
That being said, Siem Reap, not only offers this monumental temple for folk to flock to see. There’s still some lesser known places most people who visit agree, not one of them ‘s left disappointed but glad of the chance to have been.
Good planning ahead of arrival relieves any need to feel rushed. Take the time to unwind, put your feet up. Relax, so your body adjusts. The heat can be very exhausting. It’s best to keep out of the sun. Remember that water’s important, so drink as much as you can.
Despite Cambodia’s relatively small land mass, it has the largest dry forests in the whole of Indochina. Dry forests are important habitats for so many species partly because of the seasonal wetland clearings that are interspersed within the forests provide essential food and water. These wetlands in addition to the seasonally dry riverbeds provide an essential network of resources within the dry forests. (more…)