BREATHE WILD: A Dream Project in Cambodia

BREATHE WILD: A Dream Project in Cambodia

logo that reads breath wild and resembles a flower

Creating a world-class eco-resort and coffee plantation in the Cambodian wilderness is no small task, especially when you start literally from the ground up. 

It’s even more challenging when your team is dedicated to developing a green, sustainable, socially responsible project that benefits visitors as well as the local community. 

Welcome to Breathe Wild — a special place that will soon become the most luxurious and adventurous eco-resort in the Kingdom of Wonder, as well as one of the nation’s leading producers of organic coffee. At Haystack Fund, we do not think small. 

“At Breathe Wild, we will protect the land and keep its natural beauty. We are following all environmental protection guidelines and working with experts and naturalists,” said Davina Garnette, the leader of the Breathe Wild project. 

“We will work with local partners to reforest land that has been logged illegally and preserve indigenous plants that are disappearing from Cambodia. Our guests will have a chance to enjoy this natural beauty and participate in protecting it,” she added. 

Davina surveys the land on an ATV
sunset over mondulkiri province
the project employs locals for construction and preservation

Breathe Wild is being built on 73 hectares of beautiful, rolling land just 40 minutes from Sen Monorom town and only 1.4 km from Bou Sra Waterfall, one of Cambodia’s most popular natural wonders. 

At Breathe Wild, we will protect the land and keep its natural beauty.

Davina Garnette, leader of the Breathe Wild project

Haystack Fund invested in the Mondulkiri land in 2020. Construction started earlier this year on the multi-faceted project, which will also include a butterfly farm, top-notch restaurant, nature tours and other attractions. 

The Breathe Wild resort was specifically designed to benefit Mondulkiri residents as well as visitors. Among the many pro-community projects are a school in Bou Sra village, a health clinic and a trading post for local farmers. The ambitious project Breathe Wild will be built and managed in coordination with the Royal Government of Cambodia’s post-Covid recovery plan for domestic and foreign tourism. A section of the resort is expected to open by December 2021.


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