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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 World Heritage Sites, remarkable landscapes and unique biosphere, the key subjects of history, geography and biology will be brought vividly to life.
Students will learn of the recent dark history of Cambodia by visiting key historical sites and will discover and explore the world’s largest religious complex, Angkor Wat.
We combine inspiring activities such as bike riding through the countryside, zip lining in the jungle and include a visit to the famous “Spider Village”. This tour will introduce students to the people of Cambodia, their culture, and their way of life with a special focus on education and cultural immersion.
Students have the opportunity to participate in meaningful community projects which will provide unique learning outcomes that reach far beyond the classroom.
Your school can incorporate a wide range of projects into this suggested itinerary to suit your trip's outcome. See our Project Types.
This is a suggested itinerary only and can be changed to suit each individual school group. We can specifically tailor each itinerary to ensure that we meet your schools learning objectives and requirements. Whether your students are travelling for a specific topic or looking for something with the cross-curricula value we can meet all of your requirements.
- Learn about the Cambodian history, culture, and traditions
- Take part in a community service projects and give back to local communities
- Engage in studies of society and environment
- Connect with environmental issues
- Discover the ancient practices of silk weaving
- Participate in team building exercises such as community service project, bike riding and zip lining
- Enhance perspectives, develop appreciation for diversity and differences
- Develop communication skills within peers and in a foreign environment
- Discover a world more beautiful, diverse, and colourful than any textbook could ever portray
- Develop skills for students through a meaningful overseas experience
- Discover the history and culture in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap and visit key sites
- Cycle through the countryside and interact with the local way of life
- Support local communities with a community service activity
- Explore the UNESCO World Heritage site of Angkor Wat
- Take a trip to the local markets to see the local handicrafts
- Witness the traditional art of weaving in a local village
- Zip line through the jungle in Siem Reap