My name is Vanny and I grew up in Putang village, around 7 kilometers from Sen Monorom town in the Mondulkiri province of Cambodia. I previously worked for an NGO in SenMonorom, but am now working for my Bunong community. I have worked as a translator and interpreter as I speak Bunong, Khmer, and English and have been to university,
The Asian elephants in Mondulkiri are currently threatened by the rapid destruction of their habitat. There are only about 260 wild elephants left in Cambodia. Traditionally, elephants were domesticated and used for transportation as well as clearing small forest areas for agriculture by the Bunong people. The Bunong are the indigenous forest people in this area. With the advent of
When you come and visit Sen Monorom in Mondulkiri you need to book a tour to visit the jungle. It is not possible to find the walking tracks on your own – you need a guide. · Our Elephant of Bunong and Jungle Treks are located in some of the best jungle close to Sen Monorom. · We are not
Mondulkiri Ethnic Project gives you the opportunity to experience a beautiful jungle a short drive away from Sen Monorom. Wild rivers, waterfalls, swimming holes, elephants, wild animals and birds are all could see when you are lucky. Our trekking groups are leaded by English speaking guide with over 7 years’ experience in guiding tours within the forests surrounding Sen Monorom.