The Angkor Temples were the Khmer peoples' attempt at recreating the home of their ancient gods. This ambitious generations-long project must have come close, because there are few places on earth that match this one for majesty, serenity, spirituality and beauty. Each temple tried to out-do its predecessors, but the undisputed champion is Angkor Wat, the world's largest religious building. Angkor is a magnet for travelers from all over the world, and is undoubtedly one of the main reasons to visit Cambodia.Browse Sample Trips
Once you visit Cambodia for Angkor Wat, you'll want to stay for the people, the lifestyle and the culture. Locals are incredibly warm to foreign travelers, and grateful for your visit. In Phnom Penh and Siem Reap, hospitable locals strive to create an atmosphere of happiness and serenity, even among the busy city streets. An ancient lifestyle is still active here, and Buddhist monks in orange robes are not an uncommon sight. Their presence is proof that this simple, beautiful lifestyle can thrive in a modern world.Browse Sample Trips
Global Basecamps has taken on the task of bringing clean drinking water to the 105 families of the Kampong Khleang village community near Tonle Sap Lake. We encourage our travelers to set aside room in their luggage for a special delivery of a water filter, provided by our partners at Waves for Water. During their time in Siem Reap, our travelers will visit the Kampong Khleang village and deliver their water filter to an awaiting family. This is one of Global Basecamps' most measurable methods of giving back to the destinations in which we travel.Browse Sample Trips
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