Rise up early at 05.00am to departure for Florican Grassland to find the Bengal Florican. Packed breakfast will be served on the way. Appointed Bengal Florican Conservation Areas is the vast grasslands of Kompong Thom and Siem Reap Provinces, flooded seasonally. This reserve is known to harbor the largest inhabitants of Bengal Florican in Cambodia (and probably the world). Sites visited include important non-breeding grounds for many large water birds, such as the Sarus Crane, Painted Stork and the Greater Adjutant. This area is also known to possibly have the largest single gathering of overwintering Manchurian Reed Warblers. Migrating Oriental Plovers are observed every March. After a few hours there, leave the grassland at 10.00 am for Tmatboey. Lunch is served en route near Beng Melea. Also make a short stop near Koh Ker to seek for the White rumped falcon. Arrive in Tmatboey at about 15.00, take a 30-minute rest and start our exploration to the forest near the lodge for a search of the white shouldered Ibis. Dinner and overnight at Tmatboey eco-lodge.
Remark: The accommodation at Tmatboey is built basically in 4 bungalow style with two rooms, each has 2 beds and private bathroom with hot and cool shower.