I am trying to understand the best itinerary for us in Cambodia and would really appreciate your time and input. We are travelling as 2 families. One with 2 teenage boys 16 and one with a 10 year old boy and possibly their 2 daughters their early 20's.
Prepare for an adventure in this stunning destination with our travel guide. THe tour was great. We had a fantastic group - only 7 of us and we all got on.
It will be just the 3 of us. And many hotels I have seen online will even do airport pick ups for free? And where would be the best locations for hotels?
I would like to see the highlights but also experience maybe a homestay, cycling and also some beautiful beaches. I have travelled extensively in Europe and also Thailand, but not so sure about the ease in Cambodia. Any advice would be appreciated. Once you arrive, there will be no shortage of people offering you their services.
Work with other teenage volunteers as you teach and care for children from disadvantaged communities in Cambodia. Work together with other teenage volunteers and help underprivileged children in Cambodia learn through play. This is a great way to get childcare experience, which could help your future career.
Steeped in history but young at heart, Cambodia makes for an unbeatable family holiday destination. Impressive museums sit alongside buzzing street markets in the capital Phnom Penh, Battambang blends distinguished old-world airs with amiable small-town charm and Siem Reap boasts both the timeworn temples of Angkor and a plethora of outdoor excursions for the actively inclined. On this trip the whole brood will become acquainted with everyday Khmer life and traditions on guided city tours, cycling forays out into the surrounding countryside, visits to rural village homestays and explorations of World Heritage-listed Angkor Wat.
Although this increase parallels a rise in child marriages, surprisingly, the spouses are of more or less the same age group, and the families and the couples say they love marriage. Some attribute this rise to the availability of mobile technology, which allows teenagers to start their romance via texting and avoid parents having a say in choosing the spouse. Theary Pov, 15, is the mother of a one-year-old daughter.
The itinerary has been created by our local agency with one idea in mind: to inspire you. Every element can be adapted to your needs and interests, from duration to accommodation and activities. Once you've settled in enjoy a sunset boat cruise. After sunset, return to Phnom Penh after dark.
Unlike younger children, teens are more able to appreciate and enjoy the intricacies of this fascinating nation. With your expert guide, explore the up-and-coming galleries and restaurants that pepper the streets. Your family can learn about photography, textiles and traditional handicrafts like silver, wood and sandstone products.