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Among the many locations to visit in Cambodia, Mondulkiri is one that many have hailed for its natural beauty, and a true MUST experience for those visiting Cambodia.

What’s at Mondulkiri?

Mondulkiri is easily one of the most sparsely populated provinces in Cambodia. It is subdivided into 5 districts that are made up of 98 villages and 21 communes. Within its large area, the province boasts of having powerful waterfalls and densely forested hills. Some of its well known waterfalls include: Bou Sra, Senmonorom waterfalls, and Romnea waterfalls.

Unfortunately, Mondulkiri does face threats from illegal loggers who attempt to exploit the rich virgin forests. In addition to its natural wonders, the province is known to be one of the places that provide sanctuary to Cambodia’s elephants.

The Mondulkiri Project

mondulkiri project
Photos courtesy of the Mondulkiri Project website

Travelers often come to the province not only for its breathtaking views but also to visit the elephant sanctuary. This award-winning sanctuary not only helps protect elephants but also protects the forests from illegal logging. Regular tours are provided for visitors who want to see the progress and interact with the protected wildlife. You can read one of our traveller’s experience during a visit to the Mondulkiri sanctuary.

How to get to Mondulkiri

The following routes are available for travelers headed for Mondulkiri (click on the routes to book!):

BookMeBus and the Mondulkiri Project

BookMeBus has paired with the Mondulkiri Project. For every ticket purchased through the links in this post, $1 will be donated to the Mondulkiri Project.

When booking with BookMeBus, the company offers to help travelers arrange minivan transport in order to visit the Mondulkiri Project Elephant Sanctuary.

You can click here for more information regarding the partnership.

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