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Anyone in Phnom Penh that want's to visit a wildlife preserve on Sunday?

Posted by geoffraffe on 8/3/2007 at 19:32


I'm in Phnom Penh at the minute and want to go to a wildlife preserve with my partner on Sunday. The trouble is the minimum for a group is 3 so we need at least 1 more. The trip is run by 2 girls and they take you through this animal preserve in a jeep. This place houses animals safely and most of the animals have been saved from illegal black market trading. i.e. this isný some cheep trek where you ride and elephant knowing that when it's closing time the elephant's beaten by the owners. The website's if you want to have a look. Leave a message on the board and i'll contact you with my email if you're interested.

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Posted by somtam2000 on 10/3/2007 at 06:41 admin


I've passed this message to our man in Phnom Penh who, if he's free may be up for the trip -- he'll be in touch if he sees my email in time!

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Posted by geoffraffe on 10/3/2007 at 12:02

Cool, I've to let the group know by 6pm tonight so I'll check back before that and send on my email if he's interested.


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Posted by DonMorgan on 11/3/2007 at 10:33

This is Don, the Travelfish researcher in Phnom Penh. Sorry, just got the message this morning (Sunday). If you rescheduled to wait for more people, let me know, otherwise, tell us all about the trip, please!

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Posted by geoffraffe on 13/3/2007 at 18:47

Sorry, I checked the site on Sat but had to go on Sunday. And what a trip it was. I would highly recommend it. It was with betlenut tours that run out of the lazy geko restaurant beside the lakeside. The tour lasts the whole day with lunch included. you get to go so close to the animals and it's the only place in Cambodia that treats animals properly all the time! Get in touch with them and organise a trip as they go a few times a week and you won't be dissapointed

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Posted by vickypollard on 16/4/2007 at 11:40

Hi geoffraffe,
I was trying to find some more info and asked a friend who had a friend who wrote up this piece for betlenut tours.

Admin, i hope this is ok....

Can it if not, I just thought Vinh Dao's photo up the elephants snout was cool.

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