Trek duration: 2 days / 1 night
Beautiful parnoramic views
Submerge in the semi evergreen dry forest
Amazing boat trip on the Sesan and O’LaLai Rivers
Small rivers, creeks, small streams and waterfall
Enjoy a jungle swim. Jungle camping, lush and dense forest
Engaging indigenous communities
Day 1: 5hr Trek
Morning assemble at the office at 8:15am in Banlung.
Departure time is at 8:30am. You leave by moto, car or minivan in a northern direction to Vernsai district. In Vernsai, you’ll board a local boat that takes you a short distance upstream on the Sesan River. Before long you’ll reach the mouth of the O’LaLai River. The O’LaLai River has its springs further to the north inside the Virachey National Park. It has clean and unpolluted water. You travel by boat on this beautiful river for 30 minutes to the LaLai village of the Kavet tribe community ( Please Note: In the dry season from 15th of December to mid March, the transport from Vernsai to LaLai community will be on moto due to the O’Lalai River being too shallow). Upon arrival at LaLai village, you’ll meet our local Kavet community ranger who’ll guide you on the trek.
You’ll start trekking from here. At the beginning, the trek passes through a patch of secondary jungle and agricultural area. After an hour, you’ll reach the rice paddy fields of the Kavet indigenous community. You’ll take a lunch break with one of the local families. After lunch, you’ll soon enter the primary jungle. The trek goes up and down hills in the dense jungle. During the trek, you’ll take regular breaks. Your guide and ranger will talk to you about the many natural resources there as you rest and enjoy the surroundings.
You’ll arrive at the campsite by a small waterfall around 4:30pm, where you can enjoy a swim after the days trek. Your hammocks will be set up place and the campsite prepared for the night by your guide and ranger. The guide and ranger will prepare dinner for you. You’ll enjoy a tasty dinner by caddle and fire light.
Day 2: 5 – 6hr Trek
You get up at 7:00am for breakfast. After that, you’ll trek in a loop on different tracks. There are some beautiful panoramic views. This part of the trek is sometimes off the beaten track, so you can expect dense pimary jungle, where some parts of track are cut with a machete. You will have a chance to encounter some wildlife such as gibons, monkeys, birds, deer, wild pigs and even bears. There is no guarrante about seeing wildlife as they are wild animals so we are not able to make an appointment with them.
At noon, you’ll reach a local family in the rice fields. You’ll stop for lunch here. After lunch, you’ll carry on trekking back to the village of day one. You’ll say “Goodbye’’ to the ranger and take a boat back down river to Vernsai. Transport will be waiting to take you back to Banlung. You will be back in town around 5pm.
|Price Includes:||Price Excludes:|
|Transportation by moto or 4x4WD
(1-3 people by moto, 4 people up by 4x4WD),
a good English speaking guide,
indigenous ranger expert tracker,
meals : Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner as described above,
water, coffee and tea, boat trip,
all camping gears: hammock, mosquito net,
blanket and tent, all entrance fees
breakfast before the trek,
dinner after the trek
|The Price per day:||Things to bring:|
|1 person – $75
2 people – $53 per person
3-4 people – $45per person
5-7 people – $39 per person
8-12 people – $35per person
|During the actual trek; long trousers, T shirt,
bathing suit, closed shoes, sun cream, insect repellent,
sun glasses, camera, small first aid kit, toileteries.
During the night; a set of clothes for the night,
sandals or flip flops, towel. From November till half
February nights can be cold.
Please note: Besides your personal belongings you will
need to carry extra stuff such as hammock, three bottle
of water + meals for day one.
If you are an individual, we will try and pair you up with another group. If this is not possible and you still wish to do the trek then we will have to charge you a single supplement price according to the price list. For a private trek please ask for the price and let us know in advance that you don’t want to join with other individuals/groups. Treks run throughout the year, in both wet and dry seasons.
This itinerary is written based on our research expeditions. It should be read in order to get a good impression and NOT as a detailed hour by hour itinerary.
Parrot Tours Adventure Trekking Ratanakiri, Cambodia has the right to change parts, or divert the route of the trek due to extreme weather and terrain conditions for your safety and /or in order to follow guidelines of the indigenous rangers without any prior notice.