Junior Achievement Cambodia and Angkor Wat Trek – Easter 2023

Starts on: 10/04/2022

10th – 19th April during the Easter holidays

Modern Cambodia is still finding its feet after the Pol Pot era and decades of civil war, but peace has come to this beautiful land, and this incredible country offers some of Asia’s ultimate adventures.  Contemporary Cambodia is the successor state of the mighty Khmer Empire, which at the height of their power during the Angkor period (9th to 14th centuries) dominated Indochina, from Vietnam to Burma, expressing their divine confidence in the monumental temple mountains, monasteries and palaces of Angkor.

Our Angkor Wat Trek offers a unique and challenging way to experience this exciting country, from the bustling charm of French colonial Siem Reap and village life on the flood-plain of the mighty Tonle Sap Lake to the rain forests and unseen treasures of the sacred Phnom Kulen Mountain. We will pass through villages and have the opportunity to meet gracious, resilient local people and learn more about this timeless tropical landscape. In the evenings we will camp on the grounds of working Buddhist pagodas or local schools.

Our trek finishes in one of the wonders of the ancient world – the Temples of Angkor and the heart and soul of the Cambodian nation. Scattered over 400 square kilometres, there are 100’s of
sacred temples, the biggest being Angkor Wat, the world’s largest religious building and one of the most inspired and spectacular monuments ever built.

To download a detailed itinerary CLICK HERE

For more information or to sign up please contact Sue Cook on 666266 or email suecook@jaiom.im

Price will include:

£300 registration fee (non refundable) + £2,399 for the cost of the trek and a commitment to raise a minimum of £500 for Junior Achievement.

What is not included