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Bousra Eco-Park

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Sen Monorom, Cambodia
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About Bousra Eco-Park
Bousra Eco Park is where Bousra Waterfall, a major tourist attraction in Mondulkiri, is situated. It is a heart-pumping, adrenaline-rush attraction where visitors can walk in the park, enjoy the waterfalls, try our thrilling Zipline, buy gifts and other souvenir articles. A portion of each ticket sales goes into our community and into the preservation of our endangered Flora and Fauna.
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Mary J wrote a review Nov 2020
19 contributions6 helpful votes
While the waterfall is beautiful, the park itself was very disappointing. The cultural village was unattended and looked like no one had done any work to it in a while. The Zip line was closed and the line across the actual water didn't even exist. The shops were good and the staff friendly
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Larynx Failure wrote a review Jan 2020
Madiran, France7 contributions
Stunning scenery and a fantastic experience for anyone hoping to get a taste of rural cambodian life.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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joe mamma wrote a review Nov 2019
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it was a good expirience you should go there with a family especially if you are an adventurous people
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Richard M wrote a review Oct 2019
Sen Monorom, Cambodia1258 contributions100 helpful votes
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Bousra Eco-Park is the same park where Bousra waterfall is located but the eco-park includes so much more... First they have a zipline that is very popular with both Cambodians and foreign tourists. They have a nice ethnic village where they display several different styles of indigenous houses that guests can look at and enter. It is incredible to see how the local people use different materials from the jungle to build these houses. There are several trails and paved paths to walk along and see people selling food items and souvenirs. There are many interesting and beautiful trees, vines and flowers to see. There are also a few Bunong musicians who play a stringed guitar like instrument. It was fascinating to watch them play this homemade style instrument. Of course the main reason everyone visits is to see Bousra waterfall and it does not disappoint. During the rainy season the flow of the water is incredibly strong and during the dry season people can cross to the other side and have picnics along the river's edge. Bousra Eco-Park is a great place to spend a few hours exploring and experiencing nature.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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nico l wrote a review Jan 2019
24 contributions25 helpful votes
For a very low cost, a small but beautifull green "eco" park,well cleaned and treated,refreshing and good for promenade and relax,close waterfalls easy to reach.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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