Our journey will take us far into foreign lands and the unknown. Contributing to something positive while having fun, your experience will be utterly unforgettable.
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Day 1 – Welcome to Siem Reap, Cambodia
Our journey starts in Siem Reap as you pucker up for an exciting 2 weeks ahead! We kick off with a drink and a briefing, and a scrumptious welcome dinner at an exotic Cambodian Restaurant.
Day 2-3 – Exploring Siem Reap
The next day is spent in one of the local villages we support. Our projects range from House construction, sanitation facilities (such as showers and toilets) as well as providing education and empowerment opportunities through skills and employment. You will have the chance to see where the funds from the tour have gone to complete these building tasks and leave your final mark on the project.
Temple hopping is a thing in Cambodia, and for a good reason. We await the amazing sunrise at Angkor Wat, the largest religious monument in the world; after which we’re off to Angkor Thom and Banteay Srei. The evening is spent soaking up traditional Khmer food whilst enjoying traditional dance and entertainment.
Day 4-7 – Off to Phnom Penh
Our private coach transfer to Phnom Penh allows us to see the natural beauty of the Cambodian landscape, including an authentic lunch on route. After arriving to our new hotel there is time to relax and settle in before sunset drinks and dinner from the rooftop restaurant.
The next morning we depart for a village outside of the city. Here, we will have the unique opportunity to stay in a traditional Khmer village with the locals and have true interaction with their day to day life (previous travellers have even been woken at 5am to be invited for breakfast with the Monks!), should you rather stay in the hotel this is also an option.
Whilst in the village, again we will be able to support the local school project as well as getting to understand the local life from those who know it best. Whether that is taking a boat out to fish with your home host or supporting the teachers in the classroom. You will also be able to help deliver the vital water filters and again see the construction work and improvements the tour funds and meet those who you have helped first hand.
Our final day in Phnom Penh starts by exploring the grand Silver Pagoda and Royal Palace. After lunch, a visit to the Toul Sleng Genocide Museum takes you on a heart-wrenching, but educational tour about the horrors of the Killing Fields of Choeung Ek before visiting them in person to understand the Khmer Rouge.
Farewell dinner with the group and guide
Our tour concludes after breakfast, onward airport transfers to Phnom Penh are included.