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Most monsoon rainfall occurs from July to October, with afternoon storms sweep through Phnom Penh, bringing welcome relief from the hot days.
June Program Overview:
Comprehensive 10 day orientation
Includes introduction to Cambodian culture, geography, Khmer language, safety and security, living in Phnom Penh, and 2 day introduction to the CWF curriculum.
Visit CRDT in Kratie town, and travel with CRDTours to Koh Pdao (Rattan Island)
11 week teaching semester (June 16 to August 29)
All major Khmer and international public holidays (see below)
A thank you party at the end of your program.
Certificate of Appreciation and letter of recommendation
Whilst the June – August semester doesn’t have many public holidays, we still have a week long break with no classes! The semester is divided by a full week off, giving volunteers a great opportunity to spend 9 days to explore Angkor, the south coast, !
June to August is right middle of Cambodia’s wet season, with an average temperature in the high 20′s and low 30′s, frequent monsoon rains, and very high humidity. Learn more about Phnom Penh’s climate here.
The holidays for the June – August 2014 semester:
18th of June
Birthday of Norodom Monineath Sihanouk, The King’s Mother
22 – 26th of July
12th of August