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July 20, 2021 | Last Modified: 2021

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BeTreed Adventures is located in Preah Vihear Province, Cambodia. Working closely with the local community, we have developed a unique ecotourism destination for the off-the-beaten-path travellers, nature seekers and adventurers in our ecostay in a small part of wild Cambodia. We are about three hours travel time from Siem Reap town and centred between Koh Ker and Preah Khan of Kompong Svay temples.

Responsibility

BeTreed Adventures is working on the frontline to protect the Phnom Tnout Phnom Pok Wildlife Sanctuary in Cambodia: 42,000 hectares of Cambodian’s “savannah” land, or dry dipterocarp forest. Through visiting, you will support these conservation efforts, encouraging the will of the people to preserve and protect their forests as they realise that conservation can provide a tangible and immediate benefit to them. BeTreed Adventures is all about community development, so we are working closely with the people of Ta Bos Village to implement this eco-tourism initiative and looking to hire locally as much as possible. Rangers, guides, housekeeping, groundskeepers, gardeners and kitchen staff, we hope can all come from the village and close by.

Business Case

A mandate of BeTreed Adventures is to provide a portion of income to the community for identified community development needs. This can be for roads, sanitation, education, health, and whatever the community prioritises as a development need.

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BeTreed Adventures is located in Preah Vihear Province, Cambodia. Working closely with the local community, we have developed a unique ecotourism destination for the off-the-beaten-path travellers, nature seekers and adventurers in our ecostay in a small part of wild Cambodia. We are about three hours travel time from Siem Reap town and centred between Koh Ker and Preah Khan of Kompong Svay temples.

BeTreed Adventures is working on the frontline to protect the Phnom Tnout Phnom Pok Wildlife Sanctuary in Cambodia: 42,000 hectares of Cambodian’s “savannah” land, or dry dipterocarp forest. Through visiting, you will support these conservation efforts, encouraging the will of the people to preserve and protect their forests as they realise that conservation can provide a tangible and immediate benefit to them. BeTreed Adventures is all about community development, so we are working closely with the people of Ta Bos Village to implement this eco-tourism initiative and looking to hire locally as much as possible. Rangers, guides, housekeeping, groundskeepers, gardeners and kitchen staff, we hope can all come from the village and close by.

A mandate of BeTreed Adventures is to provide a portion of income to the community for identified community development needs. This can be for roads, sanitation, education, health, and whatever the community prioritises as a development need.

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