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Our team are preparing to take several days off to celebrate one of the most important religious festivals of the year, Pchum Ben. Pchum Ben has been practiced in Cambodia since the 1800s, during the Ang Doung Dynasty in the Udoung period. Pchum Benh (literally...

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This guest blog is written by Bridie Johnstone, a student of the Australian Catholic University, who recently participated in a month-long Immersion Experience Program in Cambodia with PEPY Tours / Ayana Journeys. In this post, she shares her experiences of personal...

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Since we began Ayana Journeys we have aimed to educate travellers and our community about various responsible tourism issues and solutions. One of the most important current topics in this field for us is voluntourism that engages vulnerable children, such as those in...

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This guest blog post is brought to you by Christina Fletcher, a student of the University of North Florida, who recently joined Ayana Journeys on an educational tour focused on social innovation.  After almost a month in Southeast Asia, coming back to Florida was...

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