In the middle of the Cambodian Mekong River lies a pastoral island and an ideal destination for travelers to immerse themselves in the Khmer ancestral way of life.
Two young women from a European students travel group discuss a recent photo contest and what they were thinking about when they captured their prize-winning photographs.
Educational travel done well benefits both students and the host communities. “The local villagers and school children benefit from the visit as the supervised pupils do useful social work such as building a house, toilet facilities or decorating a school nursery.” Click to read our press release on educational travel.
Khiri Travel believes in creating valuable encounters between locals and visitors and boosting cross-cultural understanding in memorable ways. Whether you are young or old, educational travel is a great way to go about it.
On 12th January, Khiri Travel Cambodia hosted a group of nurses from the University of Newcastle (Australia). They came with a delegation of 12 students -of whom some are first year’s and second year’s and some are in the last year of university