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Hanoi, Halong Bay, Hue, Hoi An, Ho Chi Minh City, Siem Reap, Bangkok
Take in the stunning scenery of Halong Bay, watch the sun setting over the mighty Mekong River and stroll and shop along the boulevards of Hanoi. Marvel at the spendour that is Angkor, and you will know that you have discovered the true heart and soul of Indochina.
Max 15, Avg 10 Group Leader:
Tour Leader, local guides. Accommodation:
Comfortable hotels (12 nts), sleeper train (1 nt), junk boat (1 nt). Transport:
Train, local bus, aircon bus, walking, plane, cyclo, boat. Meals Included:
11 Breakfasts, 2 Lunches, 2 Dinner Meal Budget:
Allow USD250 for meals not included. For additional expenses, see dossier. Notes:
Arrival airport transfer is included, so please advise flight details at time of booking.
Cyclo tour of Hanoi
Entrance to Halong Bay caves
Halong Bay boat trip and lunch and seafood dinner
Imperial Citadel and tomb
Perfume River boat trip
Saigon cyclo tour
guided Cu Chi tunnels tour
guide and entrance to Angkor Wat temple complex
Chaopraya dinner cruise
Day 1 Arrive Hanoi: Arrive in Hanoi at any time.
Day 2 Hanoi (B): Hanoi is one of the most charming of Indochina's cities. Become immersed in a whirlwind of activity and colour. The shops and markets of the old quarter offer endless temptations while you can escape it all in one of the coffee shops surrounding the city's lakes. Enjoy fascinating museums and unbeatable food.
Day 3-4 Halong Bay (2B,2L,1D): Dramatic limestone karst formations rise from crystal waters. Relax and enjoy fantastic seafood as you cruise through the mystical karsts and lagoons.
Day 5 Hue: Once the Imperial capital and centre of the Citadel and Forbidden City complex, Hue is surrounded by some of the most beautiful countryside in Vietnam - scattered with the tombs of emperors and countless temples.
Day 6-7 Hoi An (2B): Celebrate the rich trading heritage of Hoi An with its fabulous markets, galleries, tailor shops, craft stalls and restaurants.
Day 8-9 Ho Chi Minh City (2B): Once a Khmer trading and fishing port, today the "Pearl of the Orient" is Vietnam's foremost commercial and industrial centre. Much of the city life takes place on the streets which are lined with stores, shops, stalls and vendors with their wares spread out selling everything from soup to sophisticated electronics.
Day 10-12 Siem Reap (2B): Home to one of Asia's most incredible sites, Angkor is a tantalizing blend of Hindu and Buddhist art and architecture.
Day 13 -15 Bangkok (1D): A short flight takes us to the bustling Thai capital. Temples, markets, great food, and the lovely Chao Phraya river combine to make Bangkok a traveller's paradise.
Day 15 Depart Bangkok: You are free to leave at any time today.
B - breakfast L - lunch D - dinner
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Comfort is ideal for travellers looking for a little extra cushiness from their G.A.P Adventure, while maintaining the grassroots travel experience. Comfort adventures make use of upgraded hotels with continental breakfast, travel by private and first class transportation, and include your arrival transfer.
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*All Rand prices have been calculated at 1USD=ZAR8.00 or 1GBP=ZAR16.00 and are subject to change according to currency fluctuations
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