One-days trip to Kbal Spean Evergreen Forest
Location : Siem Reap
Duration : 2 Days
Tour Price : US$
Kbal Spean is one of the best birds watching sites in early morning, our guide and driver will go and pick you up in hotel at 5:30 am and then take you to the Kbal Spean. we will take you to pass kbal spean around 7 km and then spending around 4 hours for birdwatching in Dry forest. The species which we are expecting to see such as: Woodpeckers, Raptors species, Collared Falconet, Crested Serpent-eagle, Parakeet, Bulbul, Flychatcher, Shikra, Sunbird, Buzzard, Woodshrike, Cuckooshrike,..etc. and other species nearly 50 species at the site. Until 10 am we will take you back to Kbal Spean to visiting a 1000 of linga on the river bed.
Kbal Spean means Bridge Head, is an Angkorian era archaeological site on the southwest slopes of the Kulen Hills to the northeast of Angkor area. It is situated along a 150m stretch of the Stung Kbal Spean River, 25 kilometres from the main Angkor group of monuments.
We will spend full day to visit some of the great places by trekking to see the 1000 lingas at Kbal Spean, ACCB (Angkor Center for Biodiversity Conservation) and in the evening your guide will take you back to visit Banteay Srei temple and learn about its history, culture, religion and including some species such as: Flychatcher, Parakeet, Dollarbird, Bulbul, Egret, Sunbird, Tailorbird,..etc. Tour will finish at 4:30pm then our guide and driver will bring you back to the hotel or where you want to be dropped off.
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One-day trip to Kbal Spean and Banteay Srei
Kbal Spean is one of site the best tour bird watching early morning. The species which we are expecting to see such as: Woodpeckers, Raptors species, Collared Falconet, Crested Serpent-eagle, Parakeet, Bulbul, Flychatcher, Shikra, Sunbird, Buzzard, Woodshrike, Cuckooshrike,..etc....
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