You don’t have to quit your job to take a tour around the world.

Life is short. Time is valuable. And that’s why we are making it easier to see the world! We’ve put together a carefully crafted 4-week tour around the world, in partnership with world tour provider Global Basecamps.

Bali

Spend a week in Indonesia, exploring the Balinese temples and soaking up the sun on the world-famous beaches...


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Bali (7 days)

From the beaches of Sanur, to the mountain village of Ubud, the archaeological site of Goa Gajah, known to locals as the “elephant cave”.

Explore a volcano, the Mother Temple at Besaikh, and the sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary. Enjoy a private picnic breakfast in a farmer’s hut, then settle into your beautiful resort at Jimbaran. Tour Uluwatu Temple, perched 70 meters on the tip of a cliff. Watch the Kecak Dance, a traditional and unique pre-Hindu performance.

Cambodia

5 days in Cambodia spans the ancient complex of Angkor Wat to modern-day floating fishing villages...


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Cambodia (5 days)

See the dozens of ancient templates at Angkor Wat, eat local Cambodian food, watch a Cambodian circus perform.

Visit the floating village of Kampong Khleang, surrounded by water and fishing boats. Meet with a local family who will welcome you into their traditional wooden stilt home for tea and coffee.

Together with the assistance of your guide you’ll set up a water filter in the home of a recipient family, to provide them with clean drinking water for the next five years.

Visit Beng Mealea, a former Angkorian capital and one of the most remote temple sites in Cambodia currently accessible.

Thailand

Bustling Bangkok is one of south-east Asia's busiest cities, and


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Thailand (7 days)

Spend hours on a longtail boat navigating Bangkok’s fascinating maze of waterways. Take a train to the Bridge over the River Kwai. Explore Kanchanaburi, 1500m high waterfalls, visit a local monk in a forest monastery. Go to Patara Elephant Farm, you will be given your mahout outfit. Set off for a ride through the jungle to waterfalls, to enjoy a swim with your elephant.

Fly to Krabi, where you’ll find beautiful beaches set amidst dramatic limestone karst mountains, lush jungle forests, and hidden hot springs. Cruise to Hong Island for a day of fun out on the water! In the middle of the island lies a hidden lagoon spot for local fishermen. The coral reefs here are simply incredible.

Morocco

Marrakesh’s famous medina is the maze of shops, street performers, smoky haze, foreign spices...


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Morocco (7 days)

Where berber tribes once traded their gold and ivory, the atmosphere remains the same as it has been for centuries. Explore the Saadian tombs, Bahia Palace, Ali Ben Youssef Koranic School, and walk through the various souks.

Traversing the Atlas Mountains by way of the Tizi n’Tichka Pass, visit Ait Ben Haddou, a splendid red mud and straw village that has formed the backdrop for several episodes of Game of Thrones. Visit Merzouga, which is where the dunes begin. Go on a one-hour camel ride into the Erg Chebbi desert to your tent camp. The night is spent dining under the stars followed by sleep in a Bedouin-style tent.

Following breakfast, ride the camels across the dunes enjoying the desert safari, visit one of the nomadic families and drink a cup of tea at their tents before your ride back.

BALI (7 days)

Your week in Bali kicks off with an arrival at the Denpasar airport, where you are greeted by a driver. You’ll meet your guide at the hotel and begin your culinary exploration of Indonesia. You will explore the various flavors of the most popular local foods at the Sindhu Night Market. From the beaches of Sanur you’ll go to the mountain village of Ubud. Stop at Goa Gajah, a heavily carved cave known to locals as the “elephant cave”.

Visit Kintamani, a small town on the edge of the volcano caldera of Gunung Batur. See the Mother Temple at Besaikh. You will be driven to the sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary, located in the center of Ubud.

You will be taken to Ubud Market early in the morning. Vendors arrive in the wee hours of the morning to sell vegetables, food and beautiful flower offerings. Stop to enjoy a private picnic breakfast in a farmer’s hut, high up in the middle of a rice field.

Continue back to Denpasar, visiting Puputan Square, and settle into your beautiful resort at Jimbaran. The next day, go on a guided tour of Uluwatu Temple, perched 70 meters on the tip of a cliff overlooking the bay. Watch the Kecak Dance, a traditional and unique pre-Hindu performance.

 

CAMBODIA (5 days)

Your 5 days in Cambodia starts with your arrival at the airport in Siem Reap, where we find a bustling tourist town, complete with a well-named Pub Street, food vendors, luxury hotels, and backpacking hostels.

See Angkor Wat, then continue your tour with sites like Angkor Thom, Bayom, Baphoun, Phimean Akas, eat local Cambodian food, and then see the temple of Ta Phrom. This jungle-clad temple with overgrown trees exudes a haunting and exotic atmosphere. Finish your day tour with the sunset on the top of Bakheng Hill, where you can see the view of Angkor Wat.

Watch a Cambodian circus perform, then start your next day in the early morning by going to the floating village of Kampong Khleang. Wooden houses on towering stilts are surrounded by water and fishing boats. You will meet with a local family who will welcome you into their traditional home for some tea and coffee.

After a delicious lunch, you’ll begin your work with a water filter installation. Together with your guide you’ll set up the water filter in the home of the recipient family, which will provide them with clean drinking water for the next five years.

 

THAILAND (7 days)

The capital city of Bangkok is Thailand’s largest city. Depart on a full-day exploration of Bangkok, visiting the Grand Palace. Take a water taxi to the Temple of Dawn. Board a longtail boat and spend a couple of hours navigating Bangkok’s fascinating maze of waterways and canals, venturing into backwater neighborhoods where life is slower and simpler. Your guide will take you to the old fishing port of Samut Songkram, well known for its railway market.

Board the train to Nam Tok, and visit the Bridge over the River Kwai. Explore Kanchanaburi, and choose between with more adventurous activities like hiking to nearby waterfalls like Erawan Waterfall…seven levels dropping down over 1,500m and regarded as one of the most beautiful in Thailand.

Visit a couple of Chiang Mai’s most revered Buddhist temples and shrines including Wat U Mong, a forest monastery where you have the chance to visit with a local monk. At the Patara Elephant Farm, you will be given your mahout outfit. Set off for a ride through the jungle to some waterfalls, where you will enjoy a picnic lunch and a swim with your elephant in the falls.

Transfer to Chiang Mai Airport for your direct flight to Krabi, a southern province on Thailand’s Andaman seaboard, offering spectacular scenery on both land and water. Here you’ll find beautiful beaches set amidst dramatic limestone karst mountains, lush jungle forests, and hidden hot springs.

Board a long tailed boat from the pier and cruise to Hong Island for a day of fun out on the water! Hong Island stands out as one of the most beautiful islands of the Andaman coast. In the middle of the island lies a hidden lagoon spot for local fishermen. The coral reefs here are simply incredible.

 

MOROCCO (7 days)

Marrakesh’s famous medina is the maze of shops, street performers, smoky haze, foreign spices and street vendors that Morocco is known for. This is the quintessential Moroccan travel experience. Where berber tribes once traded their gold and ivory, vendors now sell trinkets to tourists, but the atmosphere remains the same as it has been for centuries.

You can explore the Saadian tombs, Bahia Palace, Ali Ben Youssef Koranic School, and walk through the various souks. Admire the bright colors, and breath in the aromas along the way!

Traversing the Atlas Mountains by way of the Tizi n’Tichka Pass, visit the World Heritage Site of Ait Ben Haddou, a splendid red mud and straw village that has formed the backdrop for several episodes of Game of Thrones. Then off to Merzouga, which is where the golden dunes begin. After a short introduction with the camels, prepare for a one hour jaunt into the Erg Chebbi desert to your tent camp. The night is spent dining alfresco under the stars followed by sweet dreams in a Bedouin-style tent.

You’ll rise with the sun to witness what we hope is a spectacular sunrise among the dunes. Following breakfast, ride the camels across the red sand dunes enjoying the desert safari, afterward visit one of the nomadic families and drink a cup of tea at their tents. From Casablanca, you’ll embark on your final international flight back home!

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