In a “classic” organized tour, the guide is responsible to explain everything: the history of each tourist site, the daily life of the inhabitants, the economy, customs, the food, the way of life…. This is a difficult task.
With Solidarasia, it’s different. The guide is not alone. He can count on the local population and every people who want to share with travelers. He become then a translator, allowing the traveler to enter a bit in the life of the population.
Because the guide alone can’t know everything, we allow the travelers, with these visits, these discoveries of local life, to experience the daily life of the country. The guide is then a bridge between local people and the traveler.
Coordinator, organize the tours and use the solidarity funds with the communities interested.
"I was a sound engineer at “Radio France” when I decided to do, for the first time, a trip to South East Asia. It was in 1997, I went in...
Freelance french speaking guide of Cambodia that has worked with Solidarasia since 2008.
"I am a tourist guide based in Siem Reap, Cambodia. I know Solidarasia since 2008. From the first time I have worked for these trips, I fell in love with it....
Freelance french speaking guide in Cambodia that has worked with Solidarasia since 2013.
"The first time I worked with Solidarasia, I was very happy because it was finally possible to communicate with the local people. We were welcomed like friends in all places we...
Freelance french speaking guide of Vietnam that has worked with Solidarasia since 2014.
"My name is Khan, from the heart of Tonkin. I wear two hats, one of professional guide and one of translator I love the first that allows me to achieve...
This trip to Cambodia was our first experience of fair trade and solidarity tourism.Robert, by skillfully organizing a circuit combining...Bruno - Traveler in Cambodia in summer 2007 on our travel program designed for the french association for on our travel program designed for solidarity through tourism "Vision du Monde". Read more