Mango Cambodia was founded by British scriptwriter Anji Loman Field in the spring of 2006, initially to fill a gap in the excursion market.

In 2013 Anji relocated back to the UK and subsequently transferred the business to Anthony and Fiona Jaensch, an Australian couple based in Siem Reap, founders and operators of Beyond Unique Escapes, Sojourn Boutique Villas and the HUSK Cambodia NGO, which is a sustainable project – ensuring local development for rural families.


Present day

Mango is now wholly owned by an Australian couple Anthony Jaensch and Fiona Kidston, who have been living in Cambodia since 2005.

We provide visitors with the opportunity to see not only the amazing temples of Angkor, but also experience the rest of Indochina's fantastic attractions. Their 10 years experience in-country has given them plenty of time to explore and seek out unique experiences to share with you.

Mango are not just another tour company, touting for customers and following the same well worn paths. We seek out new and interesting destinations. We work with local communities to benefit both the visitor and the local community.

We're proud to say that Mango is a small, but perfectly-formed company with western management and an amazing Khmer team of staff, bringing the best of both worlds to the planning and delivery of your tours here.

HUSK Cambodia


  • To have adventures but in safety and comfort – not too risky but still exciting and intriguing.
  • To make a real connection with local people, chatting to them about their lives and really getting to understand their culture and lifestyle.
  • Not to feel “packaged” – and to (sometimes) be in the only vehicle in the car park!
  • To learn about the culture, history and politics of the country and its people.
  • To sample local cuisine that has been hygienically prepared and adapted to the western palate (no claw or beak in the chicken curry!)
  • To enjoy a wide variety of experiences and see things that are not on the normal tourist trail.
  • To stay (where possible) in comfortable, individual boutique accommodation rather than large, impersonal hotels.
  • To have opportunities to be hands-on, to actually try their hands at some of the things the locals do such as harvesting rice or riding an ox cart.


  • 2006: Established in Phnom Penh
  • 2008: Launched unique Phnom Penh ‘Detours’
  • 2010: Featured in UK Daily Mail Travel section
  • 2011: Winner of the Tripadvisor award for Excellence
  • 2012: Winner of the Tripadvisor award for Excellence
  • 2013: Winner of the Tripadvisor award for Excellence
  • 2014: Winner of the Tripadvisor award for Excellence
  • 2015: Winner of the Tripadvisor award for Excellence

Our Team

Warren Garber
General Manager

Warren’s insatiable desire for globe-trotting has taken him touring to North and South America, Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia.

Warren has lived and worked across Britain, USA, Europe – and Cambodia for the past 5 years. Initially intended as a “short” holiday in 2008, his trip turned into a volunteering project with Trailblazer Foundation constructing water wells and bio-sand water filters.Warren’s wealth of management experience positions him perfectly to head up the running of Mango Cambodia.

He is married and lives in Phnom Penh with his Khmer wife and step-daughter. In his spare time he still loves to travel and is learning to play Tenor Saxophone.

Sophanet Peng (Phanet)
Operations Manager

Phanet comes from a village in Kandal province, about 60 Km from Phnom Penh city. His father (a farmer) and mother (a midwife) are proud that all four of their children have gone on to university.

After graduating from school Phanet came to work and study in Phnom Penh. He recently achieved his degree in Economics.

Phanet is Operations and Office Manager at Mango Cambodia. He speaks very good English, is charming and gets on well with the Mango Cambodia team. He is a conscientious worker and enjoys his job, particularly when dealing with clients.

Sophea Peng
Head Guide

Sophea has been with Mango since 2007. A qualified and licensed tour guide, with an encyclopaedic knowledge of Cambodia, he has the ideal background to be our Head Guide. He holds an MBA from Phnom Penh University of Management.

Sophea also comes from the same village as his brother Phanet, this village and surrounding countryside regularly features in our highly acclaimed Good Day Cambodia tour.

Piseth Im Chan
Operations Assistant

Piseth joined Mango Cambodia in February 2011 as Operations Assistant, helping out with bookings, reservations and general admin as well as tours.

His personable nature and charm combine with good English language skills to make him a valuable asset to the team.

Piseth is in his third year at university studying tourism and is expected to play an important role in the future of Mango