May 10 - August 15, 2020
beach & zen
Start living your best life in Koh Phangan, Siem Reap, and Bali where mindfulness, yoga, beaches, and ancient wisdom abound
KOH PHANGAN, THAILAND
May 10 - June 6, 2020
Enjoy the pristine, quiet, white sand beaches or the Full Moon Festival that made the island famous.
Being the best island in Thailand is a tough race but Koh Phangan is definitely in the running. The island is fringed with delightful bays, inlets, coves and beaches waiting for you to explore, whether by foot, snorkel, surfboard, stand up paddle board, or boat
SIEM REAP, cambodia
June 7 - July 4, 2020
Siem Reap is the gateway to the largest and oldest religious monument in the world, Angkor Wat. Take a break from the city and explore the truly intriguing and diverse landscapes of Cambodia. From waterfalls to national parks to butterfly farms—Cambodia has it all! Want to scratch your urban exploration itch? Siem Reap is ready for you to get lost in.
June 7 - July 4, 2020
Bali is considered the ‘Amazon of the Seas’ for its marine biodiversity. Over 600-species of coral, turtles and more than 2000 species of fish are waiting to be discovered.
Because we don’t want to be a group of foreigners working in our own bubble, we will incorporate ourselves into the local scene the best we can through events with local individuals, business, NGOs, and government organizations so we make meaningful connections while we are there. Get ready to move past being just a tourist.
get that insta ready
No visit to Cambodia is complete without a visit to Angkor Wat—a temple complex and the largest religious monument in the world, spanning a jaw-dropping 162 hectares (402 acres)! Consistently named one of wonders of the world, you’ll have ample opportunity to go full Lara Croft and trek your way through a mystifying labyrinth of temples and ruins dating back centuries.
challenge your taste buds at the old market
A real Cambodian market has it all- from fried bananas to fried tarantulas. Put your senses into overload with the sights and spices at Psar Chaa, the old market area in central Siem Reap. It’s packed to the rafters with all things practical, sentimental, and edible. And if you miss it due to work days or temple weekend tours, no fear, there’s always the Angkor Night Market open till midnight every night.
get lost in history and culture
Decades have passed since the Khmer Rouge regime, but it’s history lives on and it’s important to know to gain full understanding of Cambodian culture. The Cambodian Landmine Museum aims to do just that and is a great place to educate yourself on the landmine situation past, present, and future and how it’s affected the local people.
GET LOST IN THE NIGHT MARKET
For a truly authentic Thai experience, you’ll have to visit the night markets. Awash with the hustle and bustle of traders and shoppers alike, you’ll see garments and souvenirs soaked with colour and taste street food that will stay in your thoughts for days after.
VOLUNTEER WITH THE ANIMALS
One of the largest wildlife conservation centers in Cambodia, Angkor Centre for Conservation of Biodiversity, is in Siem Reap and focuses on rehabilitating otters, porcupines, and birds to be reintroduced into the wild. Plus, not far away is a butterfly sanctuary and conservation center. And of course, there are ample elephant sanctuaries to spend days living and volunteering besides several grey gentle giants.
ESCAPE TO BEACH IN A TUK TUK
Tuk tuks are a quintessential way to see the sights as they are affordable, fast, and fun. In recent years, themed Tuk tuks have been popping up all over Siem Reap. You can get almost anywhere in the city for under $2 USD, and it’s not much more to the beach! The pristine beaches of Cambodia are known for being quiet, clean and well preserved. The empty white-sand beaches are the ideal place to put your feet up.
Private room w/ cleaning
Local Sim filled with data
2 Kickass onsite facilitators
weekly lunches and potlucks
Networking events with locals
Worldwide network of 700+ members
goal setting & reciprocity rings