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Epic Journey of Indochina: Cambodia, Laos, & Vietnam Tour


Take a step away from the everyday to experience the unique on this 22-day adventure through Southeast Asia. There is no end to the splendor of natural towering karsts and ancient city complexes. Emerald paddy fields blanket the countryside and historic streets are lined with shimmering paper lanterns. Your time in Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam will do more than just show you the local history and culture but will also immerse you in it. From snaking underground tunnels to unparalleled reliefs, the moment you arrive you can feel the difference.  

TRIP HIGHLIGHTS 

  • Witness the historic temples and mystical monk’s procession in Luang Prabang
  • Discover the exceptional size and history of Angkor’s ancient temple complex
  • Enjoy an adventurous and enlightening cruise down the famous Mekong River
  • Experience the luxurious landscape of Ha Long Bay
  • Visit the powerful walls of an imperial citadel and emperors’ artistic tombs in Hue
  • Indulge in a meal at a pristine Garden House in Hue
  • Stroll through the charming streets of Hoi An that are sure to delight
  • Be mesmerized by the mixture of history and modernity in the diverse neighborhoods of Hanoi
  • Travel deep into the earth while exploring the exceptional Cu Chi Tunnels 

DETAILED DESCRIPTION 

Find the unparalleled history of ancient empires and the entrancing energy of modern cities on this custom tailored tour through Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam. Witness the intricate reliefs that stretch across the walls of Angkor Wat. Venture underground to traverse the renowned Cu Chi Tunnels in Vietnam. From the elegance of powerful citadels to the delicate devotion seen in the monks’ daily procession in Luang Prabang, you will find character and charm, delight and legend, strength and inspiration in Southeast Asia. 

The adventure begins when you arrive in Vientiane, Laos’s capital city. You will spend four days in Laos where you will venture through the quiet French Colonial streets of Vientiane and the World Heritage city of Luang Prabang. The latter is considered to be the best example of and ancient town in all of Southeast Asia. After your time in Laos you will board a flight and be welcomed to Siem Reap, Cambodia. Two full days in the city will allow you to visit the extraordinary magnitude of the Angkor complex, from Angkor Wat to Ta Prohm. From Siem Reap you will transfer to Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia, a city once called the Pearl of Asia.

Remnants of the city’s beauty remain and you will uncover it all before spending the next three days cruising down the Mekong Delta. Stop in Chau Doc along the way to enjoy the lively and eclectic culture of the riverside town. In Saigon you will spend time touring the French Colonial architecture and the Cu Chi Tunnel system. The following four days will bring you to Central Vietnam. Hoi An is a spectacle of historic charm and culture from around Asia. Hue proudly holds onto its title of an ancient imperial capital city.

Transfer to Hanoi and enjoy the combination of tradition and modern luxury. You will have two days to experience the city before you make your way to Ha Long Bay for an overnight cruise along the breathtaking scenery. Your last full day in Vietnam is at your leisure for you to indulge in the markets or the scenery, the culture or the theater. In the morning your private transfer will escort you to the airport for your journey home.   

Great Aventuras offers a variety of luxury tour packages to Vietnam. For more information, also browse the reviews of Vietnam tours.

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Categories: Cambodia, Holidays, Laos, Travel, Vietnam

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