A 22-day odyssey through Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand.
Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand. Markets, all the street food, beaches, temples, snorkelling, more food, sights, homestays, really, really freaking amazing temples, fish pedicures, long-tail boat rides, more food. It's 22-days of full-throttle southeast Asian travel with awesome adventure and a cool crew to keep you company.
Balance on a tiny streetside stool in Hanoi's Old Quarter, soaking up the buzzy vibes and the city's best entertainment - the traffic
Who'd have thought green seas and giant mossy rocks could be so pretty? Cruising on Lan Ha Bay is bliss
A little touch of France here, a little bit of China there - and all in Vietnam! Chill out in the cultural mixed bag of Hoi An. Hit up the local beach, cycle through rice paddies or get some sweet threads tailor-made
Is there anything more awesome than Phan Rang? Yep! It's free time in Phan Rang. Whether you fill it with beachside lolling, village hopping or snorkelling is up to you
There's nothing quite like staying with a Cambodian family in a traditional homestay in Chambok. You'll be feasting and gossiping with the locals in no time
After a guided tour of Angkor Wat, we guarantee you’ll be feeling very 'Tomb Raider'
This trip includes three overnight train journeys, each one taking up to 12 hours. You'll be sharing a cabin with three to five other people and amenities with the rest of the carriage. Although the rides are long and the conditions basic, this is an awesome way to see Vietnam and travel alongside the locals
On the Cambodian portion of this trip there are a few long days of travelling on public transport, which may not be the most comfortable or luxurious option, but definitely the most adventurous
This trip is for travellers who appreciate a bit of independence. You'll get plenty of free time in each location to make your own choices and do your own activities. Your leader is always there to give you tips and suggestions
Accommodation is basic – a combination of simple hotels, guesthouses and one night in a homestay
Vietnamese roads can be hectic and intimidating to cross. Never fear - your leader will show you how to do it like a local in Hanoi's Old Quarter
1. Please provide your full name exactly as per passport at the time of booking (including any middle names listed on your passport), for train tickets. Ticketing fees may apply for amendments to details within 45 days of departure, and in some cases you will be required to cover the cost of issuing a new ticket.
2. A Single Supplement to have your own room is bookable on this trip, subject to availability, and excludes days 3, 7, 9 (overnight trains) and day 16 (homestay).