Forest elephants and vocal primates are found in the northeast, and endangered freshwater Irrawaddy dolphins can also be seen. Thundering waterfalls, crater lakes and meandering rivers characterise the landscape, while the hills and lush forests provide a home to many ethnic minority groups.
- kayak with rare freshwater Mekong Irrawaddy dolphins near Kratie or Stung Treng
- dive into the crystal-clear waters of the crater lake of Boeng Yeak Lom in Ratanakiri
- walk with elephants in their element at the Elephant Valley Project
Coverage includes: Kompong Cham Province, Kompong Cham and around, Kratie Province, Kratie and around, Stung Treng Province, Stung Treng and around, Ratanakiri Province, Ban Lung and around, Mondulkiri Province, Sen Monorom and around, Seima Protected Forest and Koh Nhek.
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