13/10 – 19/10 or 20/10 – 26/10 2019
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Early Bird 31 July 2019

The journey begins

Theme Organic and Permaculture
Style Hosted
Intent Adventure

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Two great 7-day Adventures (do one or both) 

Take a journey through Cambodia to discover and experience sustainable projects that are helping to making a difference in local communities.

Also, take time to visit some ancient and majestic temples, and beautiful wilderness. At the heart of this is experiencing the projects that are bringing permaculture and sustainable community development to Cambodia.

We have two amazing 7-Day adventures to choose from, or you can put them together for an incredible 14 days!

You will be hosted in week one by Olivier Collineau, one of the founders of OrganiKH, and in week two by Lionel Aurousseau, one of the founders of Baitong. Both hail from France, and have married into local families, and have a passion for bringing permaculture to Cambodia.


Week One - Siem Reap to Phnom Penh

Join your host Olivier Collineau on this 7-day exploration starting from Siem Reap. We include visits to the beautiful Camborea and OrganiKH permaculture projects, and a workshop at the Greenshoots Agri-Tech Centre. You will stay at a unique Floating Village on the Tonle Sap. We then visit a vital community Coconut project, and finish off at the stunning Mekong Island of Koh Dach in Phnom Penh, at the training centre project we support.


Week Two - Phnom Penh to Kampot & Return

Join Lionel Aurousseau as we start on the beautiful Mekong River island of Koh Dach, before heading to Kirirom Mountain and enjoying an overnight stay at the remarkable Coconut School, which has been built partly from recyclable material.

We explore the provinces of Kep and Kampot, with visits to an organic pepper farm, and site visits to organic food gardens of the stunning oceanside resort of Knai Bang Chatt. We hold a workshop at OM Kampot Permaculture Foodforest, which is one the original projects in Cambodia, and a maturing food forest itself. We then stay 2 nights at the Ubuntu Miracle Farm and experience their unique application of  sustainable principles. Then, we finish off with 2 nights at the Baitong Permaculture Project, where we experience the organic approach being applied to traditional Khmer rural life.


These 7-day Collective Adventures are at times hands-on, as you will be spending time assisting and, we hope, learning at the projects. You will also be visiting and staying at projects where facilities are clean but basic, including composting toilets!

We think that the stunning locations you will experience, the hosts and their extended families' incredible warmth, and the history woven into this journey, is worth stepping outside your comfort zone for.

So if you are ready to meet some great new friends, start or broaden your permaculture journey, and discover another side to Cambodia, then join us!

Is this package for me?

TRAVEL STYLE Maximum of 12 people in a Collective Adventure --- perfect for couples, friends or the solo adventurer.
SERVICE LEVEL Dorm, tent or home-stay accommodation with basic clean facilities. The project hosts, along with your Green Cultural Leader, will ensure your journey is worry free and your experience unforgettable.
PHYSICAL RATING We will undertake a number of walks exploring the locations. We also assist at times at the projects in tasks as diverse as watering, mulching, adobe brick-making, and harvesting. A basic level of fitness is required to undertake this Collective Adventure.
TRIP TYPE Small Group Tour

Pricing Per Guest (USD)

Price  Early Bird Normal Price
Week One $790 $850
Week Two $790 $850
Both Weeks $1550 $1650

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Week One - Siem Reap to Phnom Penh

What's Included

  • All meals
  • One night Family Homestay Siem Reap in twin or single room
  • Two nights at Organikh Farmstay in Dorm-style accommodation.
  • One night at Kampong Chhnang Floating Village in Homestay accommodation
  • One Night at the PHKA Doung coconut project in Homestay accommodation
  • One Night at Koh Dach Training Centre in Homestyle accommodation
  • Camborea Permaculture Project workshop
  • OrganiKH Permaculture workshop
  • Greenshoots Agri-Tech Centre workshop
  • Entrance fee to Banteay Chhmar and expert guide
  • Private boat for floating village exploration
  • All transfers in private A/C vehicle
  • Morning tea and snacks
  • Chilled water during your transfers
  • All government taxes, excluding Visa.


  • Upgraded air-conditioned private vehicle
  • Private local boat for river exploration



Day 1: Arrival - Siem Reap

Group Introduction > Welcome Lunch >  Camborea Workshop > Dinner at Family Homestay 

Depending on whether you have arrived a few days early to explore the Temples of Angkor Wat or arriving just today, we begin this adventure at 10 am by gathering at the Family Homestay in Siem Reap. Transfers from the airport or from other hotels is included in the price of this tour.

We will have an introduction and a chance to meet your fellow guests and our host family will provide a welcome lunch.

Olivier then begins your exploration with a trip to the Camborea project to see their beautiful gardens and our first permaculture workshop. Camborea is a  project making a real difference to their community with  the construction of wells, seed sharing and now a new school.

The day ends back at Siem Reap where we spend the night at the Family Homestay with its beautiful and developing gardens and enjoy the dinner cooked by our host family.

Overnight: Family Homestay Siem Reap - twin or single room depending on availability


Day 2: Siem Reap - OrganiKH

Breakfast > OrganiKH Farmstay > Lunch > Permaculture workshop > Dinner

After breakfast we take the drive to your host Olivier's own project OrganiKH where you will meet his extended family and discover this amazing project. Sampling the first delicious meal we relax before having a hands on Permaculture workshop with Olivier. There is something about a late afternoon rural sunset in a permaculture garden that is magical. After dinner relax in the natural buildings that form part of this wonderful farm-stay.

Overnight: OrganiKH Project - Dorm Room with mattress, mosquito net, pillow and blanket


Day 3: Banteay Chhmar Temple & Ag Tech Centre

Breakfast > Banteay Chhmar > Agri - tech Centre tour > Lunch > Agri-tech Centre workshop > Dinner OrganiKH

We head out fairly early today and start with a visit to the lesser known Banteay Chhmar temples and a local expert guide will give you the history of this ancient complex. The massive temple of Banteay Chhmar, along with its satellite shrines and reservoir (Baray), comprises one of the most important and least understood archaeological complexes from Cambodia's Angkor  period.

We then continue to the Green Shoots Agri-Tech Centre which is a community-led space, for horticulture training and demonstrating best practices for rural development. Located in Krong Samraong this centre is helping change the way local farmers approach agriculture. We will undertake a tour of the Centre and then enjoy lunch.

After lunch we will have an afternoon sustainability workshop with some of the staff at the Agri-Tech Centre  before returning in the late afternoon to OrganiKH and enjoy another sunset in the gardens or even swimming in the dam.

Overnight: OrganiKH Project - Dorm Room with mattress, mosquito net, pillow and blanket


Day 4: OrganiKH - Kampong Chhnang Floating Village

Breakfast > Battambang Pagoda > Lunch > Floating Village Exploration > Dinner Floating Village

Today, we leave OrganiKH and wind our way around the mighty Tonle Sap through Battambang where we will take in one of the amazing pagodas. We continue through into the Kampong Chhnang province and arrive at our overnight stop which is a community home-stay within a floating village on the Tonle Sap.

We take a tour on a private local boat of the village and river before we take in the late afternoon within this unique village setting.  Dinner is provided by the local community and our visit is a vital way to provide much needed support,

Overnight: Kampong Chhnang Floating Village Community Homestay 


Day 5: PHKA Doung Handicraft coconut project

Breakfast > PHKA Doung Handicraft tour > Lunch > PHKA Doung Handicraft Workshop > Dinner

After breakfast we leave behind the floating village and head to the PHKA Doung Handicraft project. This project is aimed at supporting local coconut growers and other members of the local community. We first head to their production fields and biochar project before heading to to where they process the materials into beautiful natural products. After enjoying lunch with our hosts we spend an afternoon assisting in the project. From making virgin coconut oil, to making biochar and hand woven local packaging we will witness grassroots sustainable community development happening on the ground.

Overnight: PHKA Doung Handicraft - mattress in covered raised tents 


Day 6: Koh Dach

Breakfast > Natural Building project > Lunch > Koh Dach training centre > Farewell Dinner

We start with an early breakfast as the project is building a homestay. Included in the price of the tour is a building contribution and Olivier is going to lead you in a morning of making adobe bricks. They are building a dorm room and we are helping stockpile bricks. Then we will get refreshed and enjoy lunch before hitting the road and heading into Phnom Penh.

We will cross the Mekong River by car ferry to Koh Dach which is very much a traditional river island. This is home to the new training centre we are supporting. Late afternoon will be spent exploring the local village and surrounding farms. We spend our last night together at the homestay that forms part of the centre and our host family will provide us with a traditional Khmer banquet to celebrate our time together.

Overnight: Koh Dach Training Centre Homestay



Day 7: Koh Dach

Breakfast > village exploration > garden work > Goodbye Lunch 

Enjoy a leisurely morning where you are free to again explore the surrounding area or join us in the new permaculture gardens that make up the centre. Lunch is provided at the centre and depending on your next arrangements we will arrange transfer to the airport. For those choosing to do the full 14 days we will spend this night also at Koh Dach while we wait for the next adventurers to join us.

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Week Two - Phnom Penh to Kampot & Return

What's Included Week Two

  • All meals
  • One night at Koh Dach Training Centre in Homestyle accommodation
  • One Night at Coconut School Kirirom in undercover tents
  • Two Nights at Ubuntu Miracle Farm Kampot in dorm accommodation
  • Two Nights at Baitong Project in dorm accommodation
  • OM Kampot Permaculture Project workshop
  • Kampot sunset river cruise and dinner
  • Kep and Kampot hinterland exploration
  • Knai Bang Chatt site visit and refreshments
  • Baitong Permaculture workshop
  • Baitong Natural Building workshop
  • Pepper Farm workshop
  • Baitong mountain night tour
  • All transfers in private A/C vehicle
  • Morning tea and snacks
  • Chilled water
  • All government taxes excluding Visa.


  • Upgraded air conditioned private vehicle
  • Private local boats for river island exploration



Day 1: Arrival - Koh Dach

Welcome > Koh Dach Training Centre > Lunch > Garden project > Village exploration > Dinner

Depending on if you have arrived a few days early to explore Phnom Penh, continuing on from week one or arriving today we begin this adventure at 10 am by gathering at what was Coconut School on Koh Dach. Transfers from the airport or from other hotels is included in the price of this tour. We are supporting the creation of a unique skills based training centre which includes a homestay and cafe.

This stunning Mekong River island is a great place to start and after meeting your host Leo  and other adventurers we will explore the project including the new permaculture gardens. Your host family will provide a traditional welcoming lunch and then we will get involved of the many food garden or natural building projects in the afternoon.

Late afternoon is time to explore and experience an island sunset looking over the surrounding farms and rice fields

Overnight: Koh Dach Homestay  - Homestay with mattress, mosquito net, pillow blanket


Day 2: Koh Dach - Kirirom

Breakfast > Kirirom Mountain > Coconut School > Lunch > Coconut School project > Dinner

After breakfast we leave Koh Dach and head towards the coast but take a detour up into Kirirom Mountain, Here we will visit what was the second and now only Coconut School. This remote highland area has limited access to education and so this remarkable made from trash school is filling a much needed gap.

After lunch we will help with what ever ongoing projects are needed and an afternoon game of football with the kids is usually on the cards. We stay at the campsite they have constructed as an important step towards financial independence and a new coffee shop should be open when we stay.

Overnight: Coconut School - Raised covered tent with mattress, mosquito net, pillow and blanket


Day 3: Coconut School, Kirirom - Kampot

Breakfast > Forest exploration > Lunch > Om Kampot Permaculture Foodforest workshop > Ubuntu Miracle Farm > Dinner

After an early breakfast you can grab one of the bikes or go for a walk exploring the surrounding forest. Then we head down off the mountain and towards Kampot. Our first project we visit is for lunch and workshop at Om Kampot Permaculture Foodforest. This project is bringing a food forest to life and was one of the original permaculture projects in Cambodia.

Then we arrive in the late afternoon an the Ubuntu Miracle Farm project in time to meet our project host and volunteers and explore the project. Bringing new approaches to farming while embracing permaculture principals this is another great community supporting project.

Overnight: Ubuntu Miracle Farm  - Dorm Room with mattress, mosquito net, pillow and blanket


Day 4: Ubuntu Miracle Farm - Kampot exploration

Breakfast > Ubuntu Miracle Farm workshop > Lunch > Kampot exploration > Sunset cruise > Dinner

The morning is dedicated to helping and learning about the various projects at Ubuntu as we undertake another sustainability workshop. With systems integrating fish and livestock as well as developing gardens there will be lots to do and learn Then following lunch we will head out for the afternoon with a local guide to discover Kampot and Kep including the stunning hinterlands.

We take in the stunning ocean side resort of Knai Bang Chatt at Kep and tour their organic food gardens. Winding ough stunning coastal and hinterlands we will make our way back to Kampot. Here we will board a boat for a twilight cruise along the beautiful river and dinner.

Overnight: Ubuntu Miracle Farm  - Dorm Room with mattress, mosquito net, pillow and blanket


Day 5: Ubuntu Miracle Farm - Baitong Project

Breakfast > Organic Pepper Farm Tour > Lunch > Baitong Project garden project > Dinner

We leave Ubuntu behind today and first visit a local organic pepper farm which is dedicated to supporting local enterprise and employment. We will explore the area further and take in a local lunch. Then Leo will take you on the drive to his pride and joy and which is Baitong Project.

Bringing permaculture to a very traditional farming area this is a great chance to experience rural Cambodia. Late afternoon will be spent in the gardens before enjoying the hospitality of Leo and his family.

Overnight: Baitong Permaculture Project - dorm room with mattress, mosquito net, pillow and blanket 


Day 6: Baitong

Breakfast > Permaculture workshop > Lunch > Natural Building Workshop > Sunset on the hill > Dinner

Today we spend the day at Baitong and will work and learn in the developing permaculture gardens. There is usually a natural building project and you will also learn more about ancient building techniques. Late afternoon we will head to the nearby hill for a stunning sunset before returning for our farewell dinner.

Overnight: Baitong Permaculture Project - dorm room with mattress, mosquito net, pillow and blanket


Day 7: Baitong - Phnom Penh

Breakfast > Permaculture project > Lunch > Transfer

Enjoy a leisurely morning together at Baitong in the gardens, We will enjoy a farewell lunch together before heading back to Phnom Penh and depending on your next arrangements we will arrange transfer to the airport.

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  • Visa fee
  • Flights & airport taxes
  • Other personal expenses
  • Beverages
  • Other activities
  • Tips, and all services not clearly mentioned
  • Travel Insurance which is required


  • Prices are net per person in United States Dollars (USD) and are subject to change without prior notice
  • Prices are based on twin-share basis except solo travellers and are subject to room availability upon Package booking
  • No refund for any un-utilized Package
  • Surcharge for other languages speaking guide (Advise at time of booking)
  • Airport transfer surcharge of USD 5 per person each way for pick-up or send-off from 21:00 hrs to 06:00hrs (adjust based on group size)

Child policy

  • People under the age of 18 are not accepted on this tour


FIT (Individual) Travel Arrangement

  • Period before arrival* Amount of Cancellation of the holiday price
  • More than 45 days before arrival- Free Of Charge (FOC)
  • More than 21 days before arrival– 30%
  • Less than 14 days before arrival – 50%
  • Less than 7 days before arrival – 80%
  • Failure on traveling date at point of arrival 100%

 GIT (Group – 7 guests or more) – Travel Arrangement

  • Period before arrival* Amount of Cancellation of the holiday price
  • More than 60 days before arrival- Free Of Charge (FOC)
  • More than 45 days before arrival– 30%
  • Less than 21 days before arrival – 50%
  • Less than 14 days before arrival – 80%
  • Failure on traveling date at point of arrival 100%

**Note – Some holidays may be liable to 100% cancellation fees – this will be advised
at the time of booking. You will be notified on your confirmation invoice if different cancellation charges apply.

Local Culture

The Cambodian people are very modest, so avoid wearing clothes that are too short or revealing in public and in particular at religious or culturally significant places.

Ask permission before taking someone’s photo.

Due to the nature of travel in Asia, a backpack is more suited to this trip than a suitcase.

Local Dress

In Cambodia, the dress standard is more conservative than it is back home. When packing, try to choose long, loose, lightweight, clothing that will keep you comfortable in the mostly hot and humid Asian climate.

Local Flights

There are no flights on this Package

Joining Hotel

For details of your joining hotel, please refer to your Green Cultural Travel tour voucher. Alternatively, contact the Green Cultural Travel office or your travel agent.

Arrival Complications

We don’t expect any problems, and nor should you. However, if you are unable to commence your trip as scheduled for any reason, please contact us immediately. Please refer to our emergency contact details.

Emergency Contact

If you need to contact us in an emergency, it is best to call either the Green Cultural Travel Local Representative or our Green Cultural Travel Local Office first. If you don’t receive an immediate answer, please leave a detailed message with your contact information so they can return your call as soon as possible.

Emergency contact numbers

Green Cultural Travel Office Phnom Penh, Cambodia

During Office hours GMT +7 (Monday to Friday: 8:30am to 5.30pm, Saturday 8.30am to 12.30pm, Sunday 8:30am to 12:00pm

From outside Cambodia: +855 12 536 791

From within Cambodia:  012 536 791

After hours emergency number

From outside Cambodia: +855 12 536 791

From within Cambodia:  012 536 791

What to Take

What you need to bring depends on the trip you have chosen and the countries or regions you are planning to visit during your entire vacation. We suggest that you pack as lightly as possible.

Most travellers carry a small to medium size backpack or rolling bag or suitcase.

You will also need a day pack or bag to carry water, cameras and other electronics like iPods and mobile phones.


Please note that visas for entry into Cambodia are the responsibility of each individual traveller. The visa requirements for your trip will vary depending on where you are from, and where you are going. Rules do change. For the most up-to-date information, please check your government’s foreign ministry website or contact your travel agent.

CAMBODIA – Visas can be obtained in advance from your local Cambodian Embassy or Consulate OR on arrival for $30 USD. Please bring at least two passport photos.

You will require two clean pages (minimum) in your passport and at least six months validity.

Spending Money

Every traveller is different and therefore spending money requirements will vary. Some travellers may drink more than others, while other travellers like to purchase more souvenirs. Consider your likely spending habits when budgeting for drinks, shopping and tipping.

We have provided some specific recommendations below to assist you to plan your budget and manage your money while on holiday.

Money Exchange

During your holiday, you will use both the Cambodian Riel and US Dollar as local currencies. Because currency exchange rates in South East Asia do fluctuate quite frequently, we ask that you refer to the following website for the most up to date information on exchange rates: www.xe.com

The best way to access local currency in Cambodia is from an Automatic Teller Machine (ATM) with a debit card. ATMs are readily available throughout South East Asia and will usually accept cards from both the Visa and MasterCard international networks. If possible, travel with both a Visa and a MasterCard to provide backup in case of loss or access problems with one card. Please note, your bank will usually charge a fee for overseas withdrawals.

USD Cash is recommended for those occasions when ATMs are not accessible such as a number of islands and remote provinces. You should bring some cash with you for emergency situations (please refer to our trip dossier) but not a substantial amount as carrying only cash is high risk. The ideal mix is two or more ATM card/s with some cash as back-up.

If you are bringing US Dollars, please make sure that the notes are new and in good condition. Notes older than 2003, or with any tears or blemishes may not be accepted. Be fussy with your bank when buying cash!

Credit cards are accepted at some upmarket hotels and restaurants, and some larger stores if shopping for big items. They are of no use at smaller establishments.

Cash advances with your credit card are also possible at some banks. However, the process is time-consuming and tends to attract high fees.

Traveller’s cheques can be tricky, time-consuming and expensive to exchange. While we do not recommend that you bring them as your primary source of funds, you may choose to bring one or two cheques in case of emergency. Thomas Cook or American Express travellers’ cheques in US currency are the easiest to exchange.


Depending on the service, it is customary in Asia to tip service providers, such as waiters, approximately 10%. Though not compulsory, tipping is expected and shows an expression of satisfaction with the people who have assisted you on your holiday. Although it may not be customary to you, it is of considerable significance to the people who will take care of you during your travels. There are several times during the trip where there is an opportunity to tip the local guides or drivers we use. Recommendations for tipping drivers and local guides range from $1.5-$3.5 USD per person, per day, depending on the quality and length of the service. If unsure, ask your local Green Cultural Travel representative.


Please note inoculations may be required for the country visited. It is your responsibility to consult with your travel doctor for up to date medical travel information well before departure.

We recommend that you carry a small First Aid kit, hand sanitizers or antibacterial wipes, and any personal medical supplies you might require.

Please be aware that for those Packages that are in remote areas and away from medical facilities. For legal reasons, our Green Cultural Travel representatives are prohibited from administering any drug including headache tablets, antibiotics, etc. In Asia, pharmacies tend to stock the same western drugs available in your home country, but they are usually locally produced and may have different names. To ensure you can access to the right treatment, ask your doctor for the details of the active components and dosage instructions if you think you might need to purchase prescription medication while here.

When selecting your trip, please read the brochure and itinerary carefully to assess your ability to cope with our style of travel.

Safety and Security

Many national governments provide a regularly updated advice service on safety issues involved with international travel. We recommend that you check your government’s advice for their latest travel information before departure.

We strongly recommend the use of a neck wallet or money belt for keeping your passport, air tickets, travellers’ cheques, cash, and other valuable items safe. Leave your expensive jewellery at home. You won’t need it while travelling. Many of the hotels we use have safety deposit boxes, which is the most secure way of storing your valuables while on tour. We recommend a lock for securing your luggage.

During your journey, you will have some free time to pursue your own interests. You can relax and take it easy or explore at your leisure. While your Green Cultural Travel representative can assist you with options available in a given location, please note that any optional activities you undertake are not part of your itinerary. We, therefore, offer no representations about the safety of the activity or the standard of the operators running them. Please use your personal judgment before selecting an activity in your free time.

Although the locations you will visit on your selected Package are generally safe during the day, there can be risks to wandering about at night. We recommend our guests stay in small groups and take taxis for any night time excursions, including restaurant visits.

Protests and Demonstrations- Protests and demonstrations, even those that are well intended, have the potential to turn violent with no warning. Counter protests can also turn violent. Action by security forces to disperse demonstrators and protesters may occur at any time. If you are in an area where demonstrators or protesters are gathering, avoid the temptation of staying for a photo opportunity and leave the area immediately.

Medical Form

As a minimum, an average level of fitness and mobility is required to undertake our easiest programs. Travellers must be able to walk without the aid of another person, climb 3-4 flights of stairs, step on and off small boats, and carry their personal luggage. Travellers with a pre-existing medical condition are required to complete a short medical questionnaire, which must be signed by their physician. These requirements ensure that travellers have the necessary fitness and mobility to complete their chosen trip comfortably. While our

Representatives work hard to ensure all our traveller’s needs are catered for, it is not their responsibility to help individuals who cannot complete the day’s activities unaided. Please refer to the physical ratings in this Trip Details document for more information.

A Word of Warning

When exploring on your own carry only the necessary minimum with you and use a well-hidden money belt for cash and credit cards. The majority of your valuables, including your passport, should be left in the hotel safe. You can organise use of the safe at the reception of your accommodation. There is no need to get paranoid, just be cautious.

Please do not buy gems in Cambodia unless you know what you are doing. Even if they are genuine, you should not expect to be able to sell them at home. If you fall victim to a gem scam, we are unable to assist you.

Travel Insurance

Travel Insurance: Travel insurance is compulsory to participate in any of our packages. Your Green Cultural Travel representative will communicate with you prior to your departure to ensure you have insurance in place and we will take note of your insurance details. When selecting a travel insurance policy, please bear in mind that all clients must have medical coverage and that we require a minimum coverage of USD 200,000 for repatriation and emergency rescue. We strongly recommend that the policy also covers personal liability, cancellation, curtailment and loss of luggage and personal effects. If you have credit card insurance, we require proof of purchase of the trip (a receipt of credit card statement) with a credit card in your name.

Contact your bank for details of their participating insurer, the level of coverage, and emergency contact telephone number.

Green Cultural Travel – Community Programs

Green Cultural Travel – Community Programs
Green Cultural Travel is owned by  Green Cultural Travel Hub Limited and through ongoing dividends we are able to support   community projects. If you book flights through our affiliated partner we will ensure that the carbon footprint is offset through direct investment in the planting of tree’s.

Purchasers of our Packages will automatically become members of our Green Cultural Travel Hub and Members of our Hub receive a monthly magazine and access to some great travel specials and follow the progress of the community programs we support. Guests can also take the opportunity when booking a Package to make their own donation to Green Cultural Travel Hub Limited.

Green Cultural Travel Hub

When you purchase a Green Cultural Travel package you automatically become a member of the Green Cultural Travel Hub. This connects you to us and like-minded travellers. Our monthly magazine is full of travel news, trip information, interesting stories, special offers and contests. We also include more information on how you can give back, and support, the people and places we love to visit through our local Community Programmes.

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