Virachey National Park is now offering a brand new trek in Voen Sai district to the sacred Mera Mountain and the surrounding Yak Yeuk Grasslands. The trek begins in Koun Nouk Village close to the town of Voen Sai in Ratanakiri. This traditional village is located on the O Lai Lai River, a tributary to the Sesan River. One VNP ranger and Kavet porters will take you on rugged and thrilling trek to an area of Southeast Asia seldom visited by outsiders. You can read birder Howie Nielsen’s account of our trip there in 2013 to asses avi-fauna.
One great thing about doing this trek is that you can help VNP and Habitat ID check on the camera traps that are currently being used for a wildlife survey in the Park. Here are the details of the trek as explained by the ranger who will take you there, Leam Sou:
You can learn think practice and new experience in jungle. There are special interesting places:
– Mera spirit mountain
-Anthony fall(Sa-Ak-Nak waterfall)
– See monkey,Gibbons,Sambar in grassland and Black bears .
-To see sunset
You can booking now for a new option in wet and dry seasons and interesting please contact by Email:
-Telephone (2 numbers): 0973334775 and 0963334774
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You can also email me at: email@example.com for information, and be sure to check out Virachey NP’s new web site…!