4 based on 148 reviews
Beauto Sra Waterf is a waterfall in Mondulkiri Province in Cambodia. It is located in Pechr Chenda District 43 kilometres from the provincial town of Sen Monorom along a red soil road.
In its first stage, the waterfall has a diameter of 15m and a height of 15-20m during the dry season, and a 20m diameter and 18-25m height in the rainy season.
The second stage of the waterfall lies 150 meters from the first stage. During the dry season it has a 23m diameter and a 15-20m height, and during the rainy season has a 20m diameter and 18-25m height.
At the third stage, the waterfall is more powerful than at the second stage, but it cannot be reached by man due to waterfall,
Good food, fresh air and beautiful of forest,
4 based on 8 reviews
Sam Nang at the greenhouse arranged a very nice trip for us into the Seima Protected Forest. We experienced the forest through the eyes of our guides, Tia and Ma’ot, as they led us through the jungle. They pointed out small depressions now covered in foliage, B52 bomb craters leftover from the Vietnam war. They took great care to ensure that we saw the Black-Shanked Doucs, pointing our camera in the right direction as the monkeys flew through the trees. Next time we will bring a telephoto lens for better pictures . Tea and Ma’ot provided deep insight into living in the forest habitat, and we spent the first night camped near a small stream. They spoke of the challenges the forest faces both in the present and in the future, particularly from illegal logging of rainforest hardwoods. The second night we stayed with Ma'ot and his family in the B'nong village on the edge of the forest, and enjoyed a delicious dinner and wildlife stories. Ma'ot knows the wildlife well from his background as a hunter - now he uses his tracking skills to find the monkeys for visitors. Tourism may help save this forest and the Doucs by giving the locals income that depends on preservation rather than extraction. We left the experience feeling both inspired and grateful.
4 based on 6 reviews
There are two Mountains that make up Phnom DoKramom, one called Grandfather mountain and the other, Grandmother mountain. Both have small shrines with statues in them that many local people leave offerings at.
Grandfather mountain has a large wooden Observatory deck that allows great views of Sen Monorom. There are many small statues of elephants and horses and some places to sit for a picnic. They also have a place to buy some drinks on this mountain as well as a toilet.
Grandmother mountain has only a small shrine. In both shrines the older women there will light incense and/or tie red bracelets on you for a small donation. The views from the smaller mountain are fantastic - birds can be seen flying around in the afternoon. Both Mountains are a far walk from town - so I recommend hiring a moto to bring you to see them.
This is a great place to visit in the late afternoon with the sunset and clouds rolling in during the rainy season. Very peaceful there!
4 based on 5 reviews
a short moto ride out of Sen Monorom and then through a rubber(?) plantation. You will need some skills on a moto to negotiate the "road" through the plantation.
The waterfall is peaceful and quiet. It would be the perfect chill-out spot if not for the rubbish left behind by visitors. It is such a shame so many natural spots in Cambodia are ruinued by the omnipresent cans, tins, plastic and styrofoam of daytrippers.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
I visited Pulong waterfall with a few local students and had a nice time. There are several Waterfalls around Pulong but this one appears to be one of the most popular. There is a small sign, but it is in Khmer, so hard for western tourists to locate the path.
After driving down some steep trails it opens up to a large lake area with a small stream and waterfall. The place is secluded and very peaceful. The best part is the peace and quiet of the area. This is a great place to spend a few hours relaxing and swimming.
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