Immigration Services for Cambodian
CAMBODIA VOLUNTEER PROJECT: DECEMBER 22ND, 2017 TO JANUARY 6TH, 2018. Last day for booking is November 15th, 2018.
Our objective is to recruit 10-20 professionals to volunteer at local community organizations in Cambodia.
The purpose of this project is to involve the international professionals to assist with making a change in the Cambodian community.
$1000 per person
INCLUDES IN THE TOUR PRICE
Local English Speaking guide
Accommodation sharing bedroom with daily breakfast
All ground private transport during tours as mentioned in the itinerary
All entrance fees for visit in program
All sightseeing as indicated in the program
Cold drinking water bottles & wet pax during tours
Any free time services; including car and driver, tour guide.
Any of exit taxes applied to some countries
OUR PRICE NOT INCLUDES
Early check in/ Late check out
Lunch and Dinner and Beverages
Personal expenses and other services not clearly mentioned
2 Passport Photo for VISA
International flights to and from your home country,
Cambodia Visa upon arrival (US$30 per person)
Travel Insurance (The volunteer candidates need to purchase their own travel insurance and contact their healthcare insurance before departure date)
Why Volunteer with PIT:
Most affordable fees - as a world leader in affordable volunteer travel, we’re able to keep our fees low by partnering with a local organization in Cambodia to support meaningful community projects and local employment.
Superior support - your experienced PIT Program Manager, partnered with our local team in Cambodia will ensure you feel comfortable every step of the way - from planning to executing the volunteer project.
Responsible projects - We’re dedicated to ensuring that our projects are responsibly run and have sustainable positive impacts that are supporting local needs.
Safety-first - Volunteer safety is a top priority for PIT and we have clear standards for risk management on each program. You can feel confident that you are placed with trustworthy institutions, organizations and families that have been screened by our local teams.
New friendships - You’ll always be in the company of friendly locals and like-minded volunteer travelers who will quickly become your lifelong friends.
Day 1: After arriving Phnom Penh international airport, the volunteer candidates will meet our representative in the front of the exit entrance. Our representative will raise a sign called “Philadelphia IndoChina Travel”. Our representative will bring our candidates to the hotel in Phnom Penh city, the capital city of Cambodia. The volunteers will be informed about our policy and regulation by our representative. The volunteers will be free after the meeting.
In morning we endeavor to provide some insights into Cambodia’s recent tragic history under the Khmer Rouge with visits to the
Tuol Sleng (S-21) Prison
. In the afternoon take in the shimmering spires of the
. Overnight in Phnom Penh free to explore.
Day 3: Departure from Phnom Penh to Posat Province to began Volunteer Service with KNKS non-profit organization.
In KNKS office, Presentation on KNKS and projects activities.
Day 4: Volunteer Activity
Day 5: You will visit to community child club meeting and home visit. They will discuss about child issues in their community, solving and review some messages on child rights, child protection policy.
Day 6: Departure to Kampong Som Province
Sihanouk Ville – Free & Leisure
Days are free at leisure for your own visit. Beaches and Islands the town of Sihanouk Ville is surrounded on 3 sides by the Bay of Thailand. From the beaches and surrounding hills, many of the country's small islands can be seen. Many of the beaches are filled with grass hut restaurants and bars, some of the beaches are rocky, a couple is big resorts, and some are pure sandy beach.
Activities many vacation activities around town are related to the beaches. Swimming and sunning, trips to the islands, fishing, and snorkeling. Within town, there are many themed restaurants and bars owned by people from all over the world. Buddhist temples, mountain biking, dirt biking, walking around downtown and the central market, shopping, and seeing the Cambodian culture are also popular activities. Scuba Diving is also very popular. Overnight in Sihanouk Ville
Day 7: Departure back to Posat Province in the afternoon
Day 8: Volunteer Activity
Day 9: Visit Self Help Group meeting and home visit. Here you will discuss your personal experience with issues, solving, saving for self help group and review some messages on child rights, child protection policy and parenting skills.
Day 10: Community Picnic
Note: If visitors have purpose to do something or provide some gift to children in the community, it's OK.
Day 11: Departure from Posat Province to Siem Reap City. Day free to explore.
Day 12: After breakfast in the hotel, we will start our visit to
– is the largest and most impressive of all the temples and also the 7
wonder of the world.
Then Angkor Complex:
, the fortified city of Angkor Thom covers an area of 10 square km. Enter by the monumental
over a causeway lined on either side by statues of demons and gods, each carrying a giant naga. We well stop at the famous
and continue to the
Terrace of the Elephants
terrace of the Leper Kings
, then to
- It has been controversially left to the destructive power of the jungle by French archaeologists to demonstrate the awesome power of nature. Then you will enjoy viewing the sunset from
After breakfast you will visit
is considered to be the jewel of classical Khmer art. This temple is often a favorite with visitors.
This 'Jewel in the Crown' of all the Angkor Temples is a very small and unique temple, which boasts the finest carvings in the Angkor region. Almost every surface has been decorated with intricate three-dimensional carvings. Banteay Srey continues to be maintained beautifully in its original condition.
when the morning light illuminates the red stone of the temple. This is the best time to experience and photograph this distinctive temple. Its picturesque moat and waterlilies add to the beautiful scene. Arriving early also ensures you can intimately experience
before the large tour groups arrive.
In the afternoon we visit to
. Pre Rup is a temple-mountain symbolising the Mount Meru, close in style to the East Mebon but higher and artistically superior than its predecessor.
Day 14: Departure back home
Office in the United States
6040 Roosevelt Blvd
Philadelphia, PA 19149
Office in Phnom Penh, Cambodia
#264 E0, 110 Street., Phoum Ta Nguon,
Sangkat Kakap , Khan Posenchey,
Phnom Penh, CAMBODIA
Immigration Services for Cambodian