Devin Supertramp has partnered with Influence Trips to create a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Cambodia where you will get to meet fellow adventure enthusiasts and videographers, pick up some tips from Devin and his team and create incredible content all while exploring the beautiful country of Cambodia, learning about the culture and giving back to local communities.
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Day 1: Welcome To Cambodia!
You should fly into the Siem Reap (REP) Airport by no later than 9 pm this day.
Program Welcome and Introduction | Welcome to Cambodia! Once everyone has arrived and checked into their
rooms, the group will spend time getting introduced to each other, the trip
leaders, and learning some basic Cambodian cultural knowledge and
Circus Workshop | Phare, The Cambodian Circus is one of Cambodia’s most innovative social
enterprise models, and one of the most fun things to do in the whole
country. At this workshop, Cambodian circus professionals will teach
participants the basics of circus, as well as more about Phare and their own
Dinner at Phare | After the circus workshop, participants will get a chance to relax and eat
some delicious food at their on-site restaurant.
Phare Circus | Now that participants have had a chance to meet some of the performers,
they will get to see them in their groove. During this evening activity, some
of Cambodia’s most impressive performers put on a show that will blow you
away. The combination of story telling, music, and circus arts will leave you
wanting for more. Profits generated support the free education,
professional arts training and social support programs of Phare Ponleu
Selpak in Battambang.
Day 2: Siem Reap
Angkor Wat | Spend a full time biking around the Angkor Wat temple district with expert
tour guides. The day will start with sun rise at a tucked away temple away
from the massive tourist crowds. After the sun has risen, the rest of the
morning will be spent exploring the many unique temples throughout the
Angkor district, learning about the history of the area and its various
temples. The tour will culminate at the historic Angkor Wat, one of the 7
wonders of the world.
After the morning spent exploring the temple district, participants will be
able to return back to their hotel where they will get to shower, and spend
the rest of the afternoon exploring down town Siem Reap and it’s renown
market where you can find all kinds of Cambodian handicrafts, antique
goods and all kinds of jewelry and art.
Dinner at Marum | Not only is Marum one the most delicious restaurants in Siem Reap, it is a
successful social enterprise. Marum partners with Friends International to
give youth from marginalized backgrounds an opportunity to build
vocational skills that can translate into successful careers.
Phare Circus | Phare, The Cambodian Circus is one of Cambodia’s most innovative social
enterprise models, and one of the most fun things to do in the whole
country. During this evening activity, some of Cambodia’s most impressive
performers put on a show that will blow you away. The combination of
story telling, music, and circus arts will leave you wanting for more. Profits
generated support the free education, professional arts training and social
support programs of Phare Ponleu Selpak in Battambang.
Day 3: Boat to Phnom Penh
Boat Ride | One of the most unique travel experiences in Cambodia is a boat ride
across the country’s largest lake. While this is not the fastest way of
travelling from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh, it is without question the
most beautiful. The boat leaves from Siem Reap at 7:30 and arrives in
Phnom Penh at approximately 13:30. Along the way participants will get
see traditional Cambodian fishing villages and all sorts of nature and
livelihoods that are sustained by the massive body of water.
Day 4: Green Umbrella
The Choeung Ek Killing Fields | A difficult but important landmark in Cambodia, the Choeung Ek Killing Field
is the largest in Cambodia, and was the site of mass executions during the
time of the Khmer Rouge. This self-guided audio tour provides some
historical context as to what happened during the Khmer Rouge, which is
crucial in understanding the Cambodia of today, and appreciating how far
the country has come.
Day 5: Kampot
Motor Bike Tour | Guided by locally-run social enterprise, and long time partner of
JUMP! Butterfly Tours. Bike tours are led by local student leaders
and their mission is to create local, empowered Cambodian
employers that will contribute to Cambodia’s economy and
environment. This trip will explore one Cambodia’s most beautiful
mountainous areas where we will visit multiple caves, temples,
colonial-era buildings, jaw-dropping mountain views, and some
beach time before sunset. The day will start at 8:00 and finish by
Evening by Epic Arts | Epic Arts is an organization that uses art as a form of expression and
empowerment to bring people with and without disabilities
together. They promote the message that every person counts
through inclusive education, community development programs
and social enterprise projects. On this evening they will provide
dinner and conversation about the work they do, along with a
stunning dance performance.
Day 6: Kampot/Koh Rong
Free Morning | The morning will be totally open for participants to eat breakfast as
they like, and explore Kampot some more during the day time.
Travel to Koh Rong | After lunch participants will load up into the bus and head to the
pier to take the boat to Koh Rong. The pier is about two and half
hours by bus to the pier. The ferry crossing is forty five minutes.
Beach Side Dinner | After checking into the hotel and exploring the nearby beaches,
participants will gather for a serene beach side dinner to enjoy
locally caught seafood, as fresh as it gets.
Day 7: Koh Rong
High Point Ropes Course | After breakfast at the hotel, participants will get the chance to soar through
the tree tops on Koh Rong’s only rope course. Explore the various stages to
the course, suspension bridges, walking wires, self-moving devices such as
the ropewalker or flying surf, and of course the zip lines.
We are excited to do our part of helping this beautiful country become and stay clean. We'll team up with KREA to spend some time cleaning up the beach. Afterwards, we'll put together a slip and slide that goes into the ocean.
Beach Barbeque and Celebration Dinner | Meals are an important time to come together and bond as a community.
That’s why JUMP! prioritizes any groups’ last dinner to make sure that it is
celebratory. Participants will enjoy the sunset bonfire and barbeque, sharing
memories from the trip and enjoying the last dinner together as a newly
Bioluminescence Snorkel Trip | Enjoy your last night in the country by swimming through the magical
waters, illuminated by glowing plankton. The more you move, the more they
glow. Participants will get to have one of the most memorable swimming
experience one could have before heading back to Koh Rong.