Wild by name, wild by nature ... Shinta Mani Wild occupies an unspoiled 865-acre river valley on the southern border of the Cardamomo National Forest. In 2010, Sokoun Chanpreda and Bill Bensley purchased the concession on which the camp is now stretched, with the proposal to protect the valley from deforestation. This is how the Shinta Mani Wild was born, a small tended field with low environmental impact, consisting of 15 tents equipped with all comforts. A fusion of international design, hospitality and environmental conservation, where to stay can really make the difference to protect 54 species of animals of the IUCN Red List in danger of extinction. The Shinta Mani staff is constantly looking for new experiences for their guests, even for eating. The gastronomic experience at Shinta Mani is authentic and original, possible in the most varied places and based on typical Southeast Asian dishes. Naturale treatments of the Spa Khmer Tonics are included without extra charge, the are possible in tent, spa, during an excursion and even on boat. The Shinta Mani Wild is part of the Wildlife Alliance and represents a virtuous example of sustainable management: 70% of its employees come from the local village, 120 people including former poachers or illegal tree cutters, does not use disposable plastics, promotes recycling and produces its own drinking water.