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Who are they?

Our local partners have tons of destination knowledge. They know all the best places to visit in Cambodia, and they’re on a mission to grow as a company, focusing on sustainability and eco-tourism along the way.

With nearly 25 years of experience, our partners not only find the best travel experiences for you but also provide 24/7 support for you during your trip.

Making good things happen together

Our partners work with, support, and donate to a range of projects and organisations that focus on preserving local cultures in Cambodia. On top of this, they provide every traveller with a reusable water bottle and a water station map at the start of their trip. So you can fill up on the go and reduce your plastic waste at the same time!

Where possible, they work with locally-owned businesses, transport companies and hotels to ensure that their trips benefit the community. They have also achieved the Travelife sustainability accreditation.

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Here at Rickshaw Travel we are proud to support this local project, helping communities in need.
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Responsible travel

A homestay experience on Cambodia's Tonle Sap lake

16th December 2015 by Ceri

One of Ceri's Cambodia highlights was spending the Khmer New Year with a local family on the Tonle Sap - the largest freshwater lake in South East Asia.

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Back to basics - is a Cambodia homestay right for me?

29th February 2016 by Vicky

No wifi, no water, and limited electricity - a Cambodia homestay is maybe not for everyone, but Vicky argues it's an unmissable cultural experience.

6 min read

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