Cambodia 10 day holiday
Description of Cambodia 10 day holiday
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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.
PlanetDid you know, there are still 2 - 6 million unexploded bomb remnants in rural Siem Reap alone? The dangers of these are unfathomable, which is why we work closely with APOPO, a Siem Reap based non-government organisation that trains rats to detect bombs that can then be safely detonated. We’ve even adopted Magawa the super rat, who will help save thousands of lives through his important work.
Whilst in Cambodia, the tap water isn't drinkable, so we’ve installed refillable water stations at nearly all of our overnight stops, and at many of our activity locations, which helps reduce single use plastics and promote reusable alternatives.
We advise all our travellers to bring a reusable water bottle when they travel, but for those that don’t we also sell INTRO branded bottles on all our trips.
We've partnered with Eden Reforestation Projects to help protect, preserve and rebuild the natural world. From February 1st 2020 we'll be planting 10 trees for every booking made with us!
PeopleIn some impoverished areas throughout Cambodia, many families cannot afford school uniforms or basic school equipment. But we're working hard to change it. We've been working directly with the local village chiefs of the rural villages of Siem Reap, Cambodia, to help provide necessary supplies for many school children, and through both our own contributions and the generosity of our travellers, this has been made possible!
For our cooking class, we source our ingredients from local markets, which helps and gives back to the local communities.
Throughout Cambodia, we work with local guides who help us understand the history and culture behind Cambodia. The stories may be difficult to learn, but necessary to understand Cambodia's past.
Throughout Cambodia, we also stay at local hotels and guesthouses which help support local businesses.
As opposed to being a cultural observer, our trips are designed to help you understand and respect local cultures, traditions and ways of life. Through sharing knowledge and understanding, we ensure that your travels are mutually beneficial for both you, and those you are visiting.