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Angkor Centre for Conservation of Biodiversity

Constituted in the year 2003 by the German organizations of Allwetterzoo M√ľnster and the Zoological Society for the Conservation of Species and Populations with the main aims containing of the renaissance of escheat wildlife, breeding of certain species, environmental education, local community participation, research, and in-situ conservation, the Angkor Centre for Conservation of Biodiversity (ACCB) is one of many non-governmental organizations in Cambodia. Travel Indochina

ACCB logo

ACCB logo

Being the pioneer of all nature preservation and seriously at risk wildlife rescue and yielding centres throughout Cambodia, ACCB works for the preservation of wildlife and ecological biodiversity in Cambodia.

Ideally situated close to the base of the trail to Kbal Spean, the Angkor Centre for Conservation of Biodiversity that promises to rescue, rehabilitate and bring threatened wildlife back to the Cambodian forests is worth visiting. It takes tourists about 90 minutes to go on a tour of the centre available daily at 9am and 1pm daily. The tour at 9am in the morning is a much better option because at that time you can see animals fed and the sceneries are also more lively than those at the highest temperature of the day in the afternoon. Cambodia travel packages

Pangolin, gibbon, silvered langur, slow loris, civet cat and leopard cat are various species currently under protection here. Many large water birds, containing of the unique sarus crane and the extremely rare big ibis, the national bird of Cambodia, the only known one in imprisonment are also many rare animals you can watch on your trip to ACCB.

Gibbon

Gibbon

By paying US$25 per person or US$10 for a group of five or even more, you can join in private tours of the centre available outside core hours but must be booked in advance.

Since the operation of this center in 2004, a large number of endangered species all over the world have been rehabilitated at the ACCB, including the Malayan Porcupine together with numerous species of turtles and tortoises, and the Northern Slow Loris which is considered as one of the cutest animal in the world with big eyes, long member, flossy fur.

Via the Environmental Education Program lessons, seminars and night shows dedicated to local communities, people will know more about their natural heritage and preservation issues. Regarded as the pioneer of all nature preservation centers in Cambodia, Angkor Center for Conservation of Biodiversity is famous for its wildlife rescue, rehabilitation of animal and yielding of threatened species.

Cats

Cats

Coming to ACCB, visitors will be positively impressed by the well-reserved grounds, knowledgeable staff and abundance of animals. Whether it is coming with a trip to nearby Banteray Srei or made a destination all its own, ACCB treats visitors to a unique experience getting closer to the wildlife.

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