Cambodia holiday for under 30s

A fast-paced ten day small group tour taking in Cambodiaís temples, beaches and cities, with time spent in Bangkok and Ho Chi Minh City too.
Bangkok Siem Reap Angkor Wat Kampong Cham Chambok homestay Phnom Penh Ho Chi Minh City
Price
£550£536To£640excluding flights
Duration
9 Days
Type
Small group
More info
Single supplement £110.
Offers
Up to £60 off selected dates.
Late availability on these dates: 06 Oct, 20 Oct, 03 Nov
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Description of Cambodia holiday for under 30s

This Cambodia holiday for under 30s will have you chilling on beaches, exploring temples, living it up in the big smoke and eating cheap and tasty food galore. And even better, youíll do it along with a bunch of like minded young travellers, and youíll have a group leader to show you whatís what.

Kicking off your tour in Bangkok, youíll have time to explore the Thai capital at night before heading for the Cambodian border and your next destination - Siem Reap and the legendary temples of Angkor Wat. Next stop? The laid back town of Kampong Cham, where you can get around by bike. Then youíll make for the little rural village of Chambok. Thisíll be your chance to really get to know the locals, as youíll be bedding down in a homestay and enjoying traditional Khmer food courtesy of your hosts.

The bright city lights of Phnom Penh provide stark contrast to your rural idyll, and youíll get the chance to learn more about the dark history of the Khmer Rouge as well as explore some of the cityís fine architecture. Moving on youíll spend your final days in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, a fun and frenetic city that offers plentiful foodie and cultural adventures.

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Price information

£550£536To£640excluding flights
Single supplement £110.
Make enquiry

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Responsible Travel

As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) holiday so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.

Planet

In the destinations we travel to, we adopt a "take in, take back out" approach, especially when visiting fragile environments, remote areas and national parks. In an effort to reduce single-use plastics during our trips we also provide our travellers with reusable bags. The private transportation we use on this tour carries a large tank of drinking water and travellers are encouraged to bring their own re-usable water bottles in order to refill them. Therefore, reducing the number of single-use plastic bottles disposed of by our travellers.

We encourage all accommodation providers on this trip to follow water-saving policies. In bathrooms at hotels there are notes advising how to place your towels if you donít require new ones. This lowers the amount of unnecessary laundry being done and reducing the water usage of each group. These notes also include reminders to turn off running water while washing hands and brushing teeth.

People

We employ predominantly local staff and leaders within our operational teams. We also design and operate our trips to feature local suppliers or suppliers who directly benefit the local community and economy.

This trip includes a meal at a training restaurant, where disadvantaged youths are trained to be chefs, wait staff and bartenders. They are prepared and assisted to enter the work force both in local hotels and restaurants, as well as international venues. By dining at a training restaurant, our travellers ensure the sustainability of this model of education and empowerment of local people.

Our philosophy is to act local and that means respecting the local traditions. During this trip you will learn more about the lives of real Cambodians during a homestay visit. In the peaceful village of Chambok, local hosts will share their customs and daily activities with travellers. A guided walk of the village, traditional meal, dancing and overnight stay in a stilt house allow travellers to gain greater respect for the Cambodian way of life.

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