Cambodia’s history may be turbulent but here you’ll find friendly faces, big smiles and optimism. It is a destination in its own, and rightly so. Angkor Wat, the largest religious monument of the world, a bustling capital city and laid back coast line. It deserves more time than most spend as there is much more beneath the surface to be discovered.
Cambodia is neighboured by Thailand, Laos, and Vietnam. The mighty Mekong River runs the entire length of the country, providing fishing, irrigation and fertile farmland. Tonle Sap, the largest freshwater lake, and its many tributaries are integral to the Cambodian way of life.
The deeply entrenched Buddhist culture touches every part of life, making encounters with the Cambodians one of friendship and warm welcomes. Temples, pagodas and stupas dot the country, with glints of golden rooftops visible as the sun rises over the mountains and the early morning alms-giving ceremonies see the towns flooded with saffron-robed monks.
Easily accessible with direct flights daily, Siem Reap and the historical beauty of the Angkor Wat, create the perfect setting for groups seeking service, simplicity, culture, and community.