Tmat Boey is a small village situated in the heart of Northern Cambodia. For over a decade Tmat Boey Ecolodge has been home to international birders looking for the critically endangered Giant Ibis and White-shouldered Ibis. The lodge is owned and operated by the local community and provides cooking, housekeeping, and local guide services. Ecotourism in this community plays an integral role in protecting two of the world’s most critically endangered bird species by providing alternative forms of direct and indirect income, thus showing the importance of beautiful evergreen forests integral to the survival of critically endangered species.
Coming in early 2024, Tmat Boey Ecolodge will now open its doors for public use and other forms of tourism. Our plan is to renovate Tmat Boey to provide high-standard accommodation, food, and local tourism attractions. We will even open up the Giant Ibis bar serving IBIS Rice beer! Our hope is for you to visit, enjoy Tmat Boey, enjoy Northern Cambodia and help protect some of Cambodia’s critically endangered species in the process. See you 2024!
The brand new Tmat Boey Ecolodge will be launched in 2024, offering luxury accommodation within the heart of Northern Cambodia.
Stay from 1-3 nights in one of our brand new lodges or bring your own tent and setup pitch under the stars.
Why visit us?
…a variety of wildlife including critically endangered species, such as Giant Bis and White-shouldered Ibis
…the northern plans of Cambodia with its many forests, temples and rivers.
…the lives of the local people in Tmat Boey village and the surrounding farm land.