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The ethical future of voluntourism

This is a re-published blog post written by Dave Coles of the London School of Economics – original content here.  “I want people to see Cambodia in a different way, in a way where they see we have an enriched culture and very friendly people who always welcome...

Values & voluntourism

Living and working in Cambodia, we witness on a daily basis the fast-moving and burgeoning voluntourism industry. It’s not uncommon to see truck loads (literally) of young well-intentioned travellers heading out to schools or villages. Siem Reap is firmly on the...

Handcrafted adventures

Handcrafted adventures No two Ayana experiences are alike. Instead of following a ‘one size fits all’ philosophy, we take the time to custom design a bespoke itinerary for every group that we work with. For schools and universities looking for an introduction to...

Educational philosophy

Development education ‘Development education’ is the foundation of our work, but we understand it is a term that is often misconstrued. To us, ‘development education’ is the practice and process of supporting young travellers to explore critical global issues and...

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