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Just a Drop 100k Challenge

WIN an Amazing Holiday!

Complete the Just A Drop Dash Charitable Travel’s 100k Challenge, and fundraise at least £100 in sponsorship and you could WIN an incredible holiday to South East Asia including Angkor Wat in Cambodia, Victoria Mekong River Cruise from Phnom Penh to Cai Be in Vietnam and Ho Chi Minh (Saigon).

The Prize includes:
– Economy class indirect flights from London to Siem Reap, Cambodia
– Two nights in Siem Reap for Angkor Wat
– Travel onwards to Phnom Penh
– Wendy Wu Tours Victoria Mekong River Four Day/Three night Cruise
– Two nights in Ho Chi Minh (Saigon)
– Economy class indirect flights from Saigon, Vietnam to London

From 1st June you can take up the challenge! Register on JustGiving then ramble, walk, hike or run ONE HUNDRED KILOMETRES by 31st August on our virtual trek through the temples, paddy fields, jungle, villages and incredible scenery from Banteay Srei to Angkor Wat in Cambodia.

The walk, ramble, hike or run must be tracked on a movement app, like the free to download Strava, linked to JustGiving; and you must raise at least £100 in sponsorship for your challenge for the amazing work of Just a Drop. Below is more information about how to register and support for your fundraising.

Here’s how you can take part.

1. Walk, hike, bike, run or hop 100km by 31st August 2020 and track
    it on an activity tracker
2. Click on the link below to create your fundraising page
3. You’ll need to sign up or log in to JustGiving to get started
4. Once you’re logged in, select ‘Fitness at Home’ from the
    options on the screen
5. Fill out your Page Details – Giving your Page a name and
    accepting the terms and conditions
6. Don’t forget to opt-in to emails to ensure that we can
    contact you if you win!
7. When you click save, you’ll be taken to you’re very own fundraising
    page – you’ll need to raise at least £100 for Just a Drop
    to be in for a chance to win
8. Upload your activity to your JustGiving page

Everyone who completes the challenge and raises at least £100 will be entered into the draw to WIN a 2021 holiday including flights, hotel stays near Angkor Wat and Saigon and the incredible Wendy Wu Tours Victoria Cruise on the Mekong River from Phnom Penh to Vietnam. For every additional £100 raised in sponsorship through JustGiving will qualify for an extra entry into the prize draw.

Starting on 1st June and every three days we’ll share the next 10k of virtual activity, we’ll tell you about an incredible Just a Drop project in Cambodia and remind you of the prize holiday up for grabs.



Why are we trekking Cambodia?

According to the World Health Organization and UNICEF 3.5 million (22%) people in Cambodia don’t have access to safe water. 6.5 million (41%) people in Cambodia don’t have access to adequate sanitation.

Despite its growing tourism industry, and the benefit that this brings, Cambodia is one of the poorest countries in Southeast Asia. Still recovering from the Khmer Rouge regime, the country lacks skilled engineers and health professionals. Many of the rural communities Just a Drop work with rely on Cambodia’s largest industry, agriculture, as a source of income. A lack of infrastructure and the effects of climate change, which has created severe droughts followed by extreme flooding, has hindered development. Nearly half of the population lives in poverty.

Cambodia has high rainfall and is prone to flooding, so although there’s not a lack of groundwater, much of this is contaminated and not safe to drink. WASH solutions in Cambodia address these issues of water contamination and storage; and increasing sanitation facilities.

Just a Drop work with village communities in rural areas around Siem Reap to build and repair shallow hand-dug wells, and provide bio-sand filters, latrines and hygiene training. We ensure villages have a sustainable source of water, which is protected from contamination.

A Message from Just a Drop

Just a Drop brings sustainable safe water, sanitation and hygiene projects to communities around the world. Safe water changes everything. It improves health, education, women’s rights, leads to secure food sources, economic growth and brighter futures. It completely transforms lives, especially those of women and children.

We’ve been championing the practice of proper hand-washing with soap since we started in 1998 through providing hygiene training and access to safe water and soap, preventing the spread of diseases and protecting communities.

Your donations and support will help us to reach over 355,000 people and truly have an impact in stopping the spread of Coronavirus.

Thank you – your support means the world to us. Visit to learn more.

More About Wendy Wu tours

Ever since Wendy’s first tour departure over 20 years ago, they have been perfecting the art of touring ever since. Wendy Wu believes, and their customers will say, they have found the perfect formula for creating extraordinary tour experiences.

Wendy Wu Tours comprehensive range of itineraries capture the very essence of the destination, so you’re not just admiring the top sights but truly discovering them – their award-winning national escorts and their unparalleled knowledge are an integral part of this. For Wendy Wu, your journey begins from that very first call or enquiry. From the Great Wall and Terracotta Warriors to Mount Fuji and Machu Picchu – whichever destination you choose, you’ll be in safe hands.

Charitable Travel are thrilled to offer the full range of Wendy Wu Tours!

Victoria Mekong River Cruise Itinerary

The charming capital of Phnom Penh was once known as the ‘Pearl of the Orient’ for its French colonial buildings, tree-lined boulevards and scenic river walk. Against the backdrop of a traditional musical performance, board the Victoria Mekong cruise ship at Sisowath Quay, Phnom Penh’s downtown riverside promenade. As the sun sets on the Tonie Sap River, linger over a sundowner on the sun deck while taking in a performance of Khmer Apsara dancing by a troupe of local dancers with the opportunity to meet them afterward. As day turns into night, sit down to a gala dinner to officially welcome you aboard your Victoria Mekong Cruise. Tonight, the ship overnights in Phnom Penh.
Cruise from Phnom Penh to Tan Chau, including border crossing. Enjoy on-board entertainment including a cocktail competition. As the ship begins cruising towards the Cambodia-Vietnam border, enjoy breakfast in the restaurant. After, select from the many on­board activities including a ship’s tour, cocktail competition and cultural lecture. After lunch, the ship sails into Vietnamese waters and anchors in Tan Chau. Tender sampans to visit fish farms and Taoist Temple. Return on board in time for a traditional Vietnamese lion dance. After dinner, enjoy the evening’s entertainment.
Wake up to another leisurely breakfast as the ship cruises towards the provincial capital of Long Xuyen in the Mekong Delta. Tender ashore to visit the colorful Long Xuyen Floating Market and the An Giang Museum, with fascinating exhibits on Vietnamese, Chinese, Khmer and Cham cultures in the region. Return to the ship and enjoy lunch as we cruise towards Tan Loe Island where a selection of shore excursions awaits, including tea served in a historic century-old house featuring Chinese, French and Vietnamese architectural elements, visiting an orchard for a taste of exotic fruits from the Mekong Delta, and travelling to a local farm where plum wine is made. Return to the ship and cruise towards Can Tho, the beating heart of the Mekong Delta. Enjoy a final farewell dinner accompanied by a traditional Southern Vietnamese folk music performance. Overnight in Can Tho.
After an early snack, board the Mekong Princess and experience Can Tho’s famed floating market, the largest in the Mekong Delta with dozens of boats laden with fruit and vegetables from the region. Return to the ship where breakfast is served while cruising to Can Tho Port and check out. Board a coach for Cai Be where lunch is served at the elegant Le Longanier Restaurant set amidst lush fruit trees by the river. Continue to Ho Chi Minh City by coach, arriving in late afternoon.