Milk and Honey
“Just to travel is rather boring, but to travel with a purpose is educational and exciting.” – Sargent Shriver

We offer a unique experience for highschool teams

Students will learn about Cambodia’s history, engage in effective social projects, be exposed to unique cultural experiences, use (and teach) their gifts and abilities, and have heaps of fun interacting with Cambodian teachers and students.

More importantly, they will learn why aid and development can be harmful, and strategies Milk and Honey uses to empower Cambodians to make a difference.


“It is the best experience and you learn so much about yourself. I also learnt to be grateful for the effort teachers do just to teach a lesson, us students take it for granted. I loved getting to know students and interacting with them.” – Chantelle, 2016


Activities Include

  • Village project
  • Teaching English
  • Milk and Honey Cafe hospitality
  • Fitout. renovating, & trades
  • Genocide museum
  • Cooking class
  • Sports / medicinal
  • Teaching your skills
  • Island Cruise
  • Royal Palace
  • Market Shopping
  • Angkor Wat Temples
  • Day Spa
  • and more…

Activities may change based on the current needs, season, and availability.


“This experience with Dan and Nuka has made me realise what sort of people I want in my life and what kind of life I want to have. Impacting the kids at Milk and Honey was amazing and it’s a great feeling to know that I’ve made someone happy.” – Mel, 2016


Package Includes

  • Transfers
  • Secure Accommodation
  • Meals and water
  • Tickets to included activities and sightseeing
  • Milk and Honey t-shirt

Does not include

  • Flights
  • Personal travel insurance (mandatory)
  • Immunisations (mandatory)
  • Passport and Visas (Visa costs are approx $30 USD per person)
  • Personal spending money for shopping and snacks

Accommodation is at the Milk and Honey premises while in Sihanoukville, and is safe and secure. Accommodation does not include hot water or airconditioning. Fans are provided. Team rooms are shared, with bunk beds and ensuites with western style toilets and showers. Team rooms are gender-specific.


“It is fun, teaches you life lessons, like how to work with people, and you are making a difference in peoples lives. It made me grateful for the many things that I have, and want to make the most of every opportunity. I absolutely loved teaching the kids. Definitely my highlight. Seeing their faces made my day.” – Kimberley, 2016


“The trip was truly beneficial for each and every team member. They came home challenged and changed for the better. We would recommend the trip for other school teams and older teams alike.” – Joel Erkkila, Dean of Christian and Cultural Formation, Redlands College, 2016.


For more information, and availability, please contact us

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