Whilst working in Cambodia we have formed close bonds with organisations with whom we work. We believe that all of our partners are experts in their particular fields and are proud to be associated with them.
If you are interested in becoming a ‘See Cambodia Differently’ partner and believe that your organisation has the same core values, then please call us on 02081505150 or e-mail us on info@SeeCambodiaDifferently.com to join us.
Gibbon Spotting Cambodia is a fantastic environmentally responsible, community based, eco-tourism project that offers an amazing opportunity for wildlife lovers. See the incredibly rare Northern yellow cheeked Gibbons in their natural habitat in the province of Ratanakiri. Only discovered in 2010 with an estimated 500 groups at the site, this is the largest known population in the world.
Husk is a not for profit non government organisation working to improve the lives of families in Siem Reap. Our goals focus around the basics of providing access to safe water, livelihood opportunities, health, education and environment
Naga Biofuels is an environmental NGO that supports charitable organizations and provides clean burning fuel to eco-conscious businesses & government offices. All ‘See Cambodia Differently’ vehicles that leave from Siem Reap fill up their tanks before leaving on a tour.
‘ConCERT’ – “Connecting Communities, Environment & Responsible Tourism” – is a non profit organisation based in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Our aim is to reduce poverty, and we do this by bringing together people who want to help, and local organisations that need the kind of support they can give.
Ecoteer works by providing a site where volunteers can find job opportunities abroad and grass roots organisations can find volunteers. By eliminating the middleman the cost of volunteering is greatly reduced giving more people the chance to volunteer abroad.
The Free the Bears Fund – Founded by Mary Hutton in 1995, is a non-profit organisation dedicated to protecting, preserving and enriching the lives of bears throughout Asia.
The Elephant Valley project’s main aim is to provide a safe location away from the villages, in which to treat sick and injured elephants, while providing a hands-on approach to education and welfare improvement.
Cambodian Mine Action Centre CMAC has an on going commitment to Cambodia and its people by “Saving Lives and Supporting Development for Cambodia” through mine action and social development activities. CMAC continues to set high standards for itself and challenging goals in the pursuit of realizing its ambitious objectives of ZERO victims by 2012 and impact free by 2020.
Conservation International is a non profit organization which seeks to ensure the health of humanity by protecting Earth’s ecosystems and biodiversity. Through science, policy and field work, CI applies smart solutions to protect the resources that we all depend on.
Wildlife Alliance is an international non-profit wildlife and forest conservation organization with current programs and partnerships in Cambodia, Thailand, and the Russian Far East. The logo of the organization is the Asian elephant, an emblematic species of Southeast Asia and the namesake for the organization’s programs in the Southwest Elephant Corridor of the Cardamom Mountains of Cambodia.
Trekiz is a Web 3.0 online Travel Company whose aim is to be your personal worldwide ‘travel desk’, which empowers you to easily and flexibly customize a trip based on your unique preferences, interests, budget and needs.
Wanderlust is UK based magazine covering travel throughout the globe. Wanderlust is an independent and multi-award winning leading magazine for adventurous and authentic travel, producing issues every 2 months.
A Tripbod is a trusted local person who can help you plan your trip before you go, connecting independent travellers directly with local experts in the country that they are intending to visit.