Cambodia 2016


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In the winter of 2016-2017 (December-January) HSX are leading an international expedition to Cambodia.

The Expedition will involve a team of 5 leaders and up to 20 young people aged 14 and upwards.  We will be taking part in a community development project, adventurous activities (trekking, cycling, temple race) & culture touring (Ankgor Wat Temples, Bamboo Train & Floating villages of Tonle Sap lake to name a few) over a four week period.

There will be 18 months of training prior to the expedition focusing on teamwork, personal development and leadership to ensure that members gain as much as possible from the experience. The hope that as well as being a life changing experience for those involved, such experiences and contacts will bring greater understanding, and therefore tolerance, of the multi-cultural society in which we live today.

 


Cambodia is rich in culture, with incredible sights, beautiful beaches and a fascinating history. All elements that we wish to explore as well as meeting warm and welcoming people. Cambodia has a large expat community, which has had an influence on the transport and logistic links around the country.

Cambodia templeCambodia has a varying landscapes, with over 400km of golden beaches in the south of the country and lush tropical rainforests, rich in wildlife in the north. One of the ancient wonders of the world can be found in country, the Angkor wat temple, where Hollywood hits have been filmed such as Indiana Jones and Lara Croft.

If you would like any more information and a joining pack. Please get in contact by emailing Matt Prince at matt.prince@hsx.org.uk

 

2 responses to “Cambodia 2016”

  1. One week into the trip hope all is going well. Looking forward to more updates when time allows!

  2. Happy Christmas to you all Enjoy your Turkey and Christmas Pud! Or whatever you have instead. Russ

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