Cambodia is exotic and enchanting and is a hidden gem in Southeast Asia. It is home to spectacular temples, wild jungles, floating villages, and a shocking and complex history.
From vibrant cities, idyllic villages to the magnificent remnants of Angkor Wat, students will be fully immersed in Cambodia’s diverse history and rich culture. Our school tours provide the opportunity for students to understand the devastating Khmer Rouge regime which turned the country into a graveyard of nearly two million people and discover the mythological temple of Angkor Wat, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the world largest religious complex.
Students can participate and engage in community service programs and volunteering activities which will enhance cultural understandings as well as strengthen their personal skills with projects in agriculture, learning programs, and habitat building/restoration projects. These programmes provide the chance to make a real difference to the lives of those living in poverty-stricken communities of rural Cambodia.
Cambodia’s greatest treasures is its gracious and hospitable people, and our school tours will introduce your students to the people, their culture and their way of life in a natural and authentic way.
All year round
This "field trip" school tour will introduce students to a range of specific subjects in a nature-based environment. We have created an adventurous study-based experience where students canFIND OUT MORE
All year around
This "adventure" school tour will introduce your group to outdoor adventures while learning about the fascinating history and culture of Cambodia. With it’s rich history, UNESCO WorFIND OUT MORE
This student tour in Cambodia covers the highlights and rich history of the country. Students will arrive in Phnom Penh, where they will visit museums, palaces, and the Silver Pagoda, before taking exFIND OUT MORE
All Year Round
Cambodia tours for students are a fantastic way to combine the key subjects of history, geography and biology, and bring them vividly to life. Starting in Phnom Penh, where students will have the oppoFIND OUT MORE