Our mission is three-fold: First, to provide tourists with exciting tours of the greater Siem Reap area. Military Jeeps are not available in most countries but are still present in Cambodia due to its recent past. The Jeep is an exciting and practical way to get around, as many countryside roads are unpaved and muddy, creating a one-of-a-kind adventure.
Second: to use these tours to empower women. Lavender Jeep creates jobs for women, allowing them to earn a living wage and support their families. In a country where women are expected to follow the chbup srey (a code of conduct that dictates how to act), we choose instead to challenge the status quo from that of a homemaker to an independent, income earner who enjoys equal status.
Third: to support the next generation of Cambodian’s by donating 70% of profits to Bridge of Life School. This funds educational programming including English, computer and sewing classes for women and children in the countryside.