About Botumsakor National Park and surrounding Thmo sor

Botumsakor is a peninsula southwest from the Cardamom Mountains. The National Park comprises 183,408 hectares of designated park land. It consists of picturesque flooded mangrove woods, lowlands and hills. Old giant  (Buddha trees, ...) here and there spoil the landscape. Rare wildlife like Asian elephants, Gibbons, Civets as well as deer, snakes and rare birds (Hornbill, Kingfisher) can be seen by chance. For further information, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Botum-Sakor_National_Park We at BCDO are happy to support travellers and tourists with all information needed.