Christmas for me normally consists of the following things: flying home to good old England, walking through the door, receiving a suffocating hug from my parents (suffocating is, of course, meant in the most affectionate way possible) and then eating. The eating generally doesn’t ever stop, just ebbs and flowsContinue Reading –
Are you ready to push your limits? Have you been searching for an epic adventure? Do you want to see a different side of Cambodia, one most tourists never experience?
Did you just shout, “YES!” to the questions above?
Then PEPY Ride X is for you!
Described by National Geographic Traveler as oneContinue Reading –
Two of PEPY Tours’ own, Daniela Papi and Anna Baranova were featured in an article today shedding light on the darker side of orphanage tourism and ways to combat the growing travel trend.
Voluntourism in Cambodia can be counterproductive – How to actually help
Written by Michael Aquino, About.com
Tourists often travel toContinue Reading –
We were so lucky our friend Thavry could join us as a leader for the ninth annual PEPY Ride! After returning from her 1,000 km adventure, Thavry wrote an excellent blog post about her experience and the challenges she faced breaking through cultural norms.
“First of all, I am fighting against
On June 7, 2013, two PEPY Tours team members, Sreyneang (Accountant) and Chor (Tour Coordinator), represented us at the first Skills Fair organized by our sister NGO PEPY. The event was held in Kralanh high school, just under 60 km outside of Siem Reap City, and was designed to connectContinue Reading –
Content originally published on Move To Cambodia.
Is there any way for people to volunteer responsibly in Cambodia?
Travelers looking to ‘help’ in Cambodia, or anywhere they don’t know well, should remember the most important lessons I learned during six years in Cambodia: We have to learn before we can help. IfContinue Reading –