Gibbons: Jahoo offers exclusive tours to see unique gibbons and other primates in Keo Seima Wildlife Sanctuary.
Conservation: Jahoo motivates community conservation action protecting a globally important primate hotspot.
Community: Jahoo links conservation success to community development motivating long-term community leadership whilst promoting indigenous rights.
Famous for its abundance of primates, Jahoo is home to the globally endangered southern yellow-cheeked crested gibbon.
Sheltering more than 25% of the population, it is a global hotspot for this unique species.
Visitors can join WCS gibbon researchers tracking a habituated group of southern yellow-cheeked crested gibbons, gaining unparalleled access to this endangered species. Lead by indigenous local guides, guests can witness traditional forest skills, explore remote waterfalls and spot other rare primates and unique wildlife.
Gibbon tracking, forest hiking and a sacred jungle waterfall
Witness the jungle at night whilst in comfort at the iconic bamboo camp
An immersive journey into forest, endangered wildlife and indigenous Bunong culture
Jahoo presents a unique opportunity to visit Keo Seima Wildlife Sanctuary.
Follow the eerie song of the rare Yellow-cheeked Crested Gibbon, spot endangered Black-shanked Douc Langur, discover traces of Asian Elephant and Sun Bear, catch glimpse of spectacular birdlife.
Jahoo is the best destination to observe wild gibbons within a protected area.
Your visit contributes to essential gibbon conservation and supports the indigenous community in protecting ancestral land.