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Sammaki is a responsible tour company that own by young Cambodian 100%. Our mission is to facilitates cross cultural exchange, promotes responsible tourism and strives to educate people on the potential harms of voluntourism.
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I toured with Untac recently, and had the experience of a lifetime. The tour provided a fun, safe, and educational trip of some of Cambodia’s highlights. We hiked mountains, visited temples, biked through villages, and more. Untac was incredibly knowledgeable and could answer just about...More
I went on a tour about a year ago with Untac. Even though he showed us all the touristy things, he also went out of his way to show us the roads less traveled by. We walked, rode a bus, and biked our way through...More
I had two amazing trips with Sammaki Tours.
Indulgde in culture.
Indulge in nature.
Indulge in history.
Indulge in new friendships.
The guides were three wondeful guys who make you feel at Home in an unknown country: Lyhin, Borith, Untac.
They all are well scholared...More
We spent another wonderful afternoon in compagny of our guide, who showed us new beautiful little places of the coutryside of Cambodia. He was very professional and friendly, explained very well, he knew what he was talking about. Absolutely recommend Sammaki Tour!
Untac and Lyhin are great. They took me and a couple of other people we met into the countryside. They are both very knowledgeable and fluent in English. It was great to to experience Cambodia from a different side and get to know the area...More
We had a tour of the Siem Reap countryside and local market. It was really great. Seavyi (can't remember how to spell his name!) was really engaging with our group of kids (9 of them) and gave us loads of interesting insights into local Khmer...More