At Shinta Mani Wild the name of the game is preservation; with onsite naturalists, their own ‘wild paradise garden’, from which the Chef’s ingredients are picks; and a longstanding partnership with Wildlife Alliance, for this camp, creating a beautiful space for guests to enjoy the surrounding environment is just as important as protecting it.
You might be out in the depths of a Cambodian river valley but at Shinta Mani Wild, no detail has been forgotten. Your tent, if you can really call a 100 square meter raised platform complete with outdoor spraying bathtub a tent, is filled with custom-made furniture, a selection of vintage books and countless little touches to really make you feel at home. Down to the last shimmering golden wall stud, every detail of these vibrant space has been attentively thought through for your comfort.
Shinta Mani Wild is a radical new fusion of world-class design, hospitality and conservation. The camp was born when world-renowned designer Bill Bensley identified an unprotected, 350-hectare wildlife corridor – and set out to save it from poaching, mining and logging.
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