Cambodia and Vietnam vacation
18 day small group (max 16 travelers) guided tour from Hanoi to Bangkok via Cambodia by bus, sleeper train and flight from Hoi An to Ho Chi Minh.
Hanoi Halong Bay Hue Hoi An Ho Chi Minh City Mekong Delta Phnom Penh Siem Reap Angkor Wat Battambang Bangkok Optional activities include: cooking classes, zip-lines and city sightseeing tours
US $2080ToUS $2355excluding flights
Single supplement $465.
Late availability on these dates: 01 Oct, 02 Oct, 06 Oct, 07 Oct, 08 Oct, 09 Oct, 13 Oct, 14 Oct, 15 Oct, 16 Oct, 20 Oct, 21 Oct, 22 Oct, 23 Oct, 24 Oct, 25 Oct, 27 Oct, 28 Oct, 29 Oct, 30 Oct, 31 Oct, 01 Nov, 03 Nov, 04 Nov, 05 Nov,...
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8 Reviews of Cambodia and Vietnam vacation
4.5 out of 5 stars
Reviewed on 04 Nov 2019 by Liz BehnkeThe most memorable part of the vacation was visiting My Son and Angkor Wat. Read full review
Reviewed on 07 May 2019 by David BrockA fascinating tour to a variety of interesting places. Read full review
Reviewed on 23 Jan 2018 by Tim StapenhurstDifficult to say the most memorable... learning about the recent history of Vietnam and Cambodia (Ho Chi Minh, the Vietnam war, Cu Chi tunnels, Pol Pot etc) Ha long bay (despite the poor weather). Read full review
Reviewed on 01 Sep 2013 by Marian JenkinsI would definitely recommend this tour and intend to do another one with this company....As a single traveler I particularly appreciated the fact that all the other members of the tour were extremely friendly and easy to get on with. Read full review
Reviewed on 27 Oct 2011 by Loretta AhmedLoved cycling in Hoi An and seeing the locals and water buffalo in the fields. The cookery class was hilarious and memorable for all the right reasons. Read full review
Reviewed on 14 Oct 2011 by Jack KitchenerMost memorable part of the vacation was...everything. Read full review
Reviewed on 22 Sep 2011 by Iwona Montel-KrasuckaMost memorable? The cruise on the tranquil Halong Bay, kayaking and swimming in it's waters, the motorbike trip through the backstreets and in the countryside of Hue City, overnight train journey by Reunification Express... and many more special moments captured by my camera. Read full review
Reviewed on 22 Aug 2011 by Hilary SibleyFor me the whole vacation was memorable. We had a wonderful guide, Charlie, our guide in Vietnam, who so obviously loved his country and made us love it too. Read full review
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PlanetThe very ethos of our style of travel is responsible; small groups on fully escorted tours, experiencing the very best of a region, a culture and a landscape, with a friendly local hand guiding the way. Our itineraries are designed to give our travelers real life experiences without compromising the part of the world through which we are journeying, this is our commitment as a global tour operator.
As a company, our responsibilities don’t stop when our tours end. We run and support a variety of projects globally, from healthcare, education, human rights, child welfare, sustainable development and environmental and wildlife protection. Our own in house foundation has been in operation for over 11 years; a not-for-profit fund that has distributed over AU$3 million to more than 70 non-government organisations since 2002. Donations come from our travelers and are then matched by us dollar for dollar.
PeopleTraversing three countries and many different communities, it is important for travelers to learn as much as possible in advance about the many cultural differences so that we can travel respecting these differences and minimising any negative impacts. Your group leader and the local guides we use along the way will help to break down barriers in your interactions with local people.
The ruins of Angkor are protected under UNESCO World Heritage listing and as such, part of the money received from entrance tickets contributes to the amazing site’s conservation. Your local guide will also give you plenty of guidance on what is appropriate when visiting the ruins and you will have the chance to interact with many of the local kids.
This trip includes visits to Friends in Phnom Penh and KOTO in Hanoi – restaurants with training schools set up for less fortunate kids, helping them to gain some practical skills.
Travelers will have the option of visiting the land mine museum in Siem Reap and any donations are gratefully accepted. Also in Siem Reap, there is a local children’s hospital where the local kids put on a show on some nights. All money and blood donations are for the hospital and provide free services for children from the area. At the end of our journey, travelers may donate any unwanted clothing, medicines and bandages, which are distributed to appropriate local charities.
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