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Colonial, Imperial Luang Prabang; Mysterious Plain of Jars; Halong Bay: Overnight Huong Hai Junk Cruise; Northern Vietnam tribal encounter; Charming, historic Hoi An; Mekong Delta boat trip; Superlative Angkor Wat & Angkor Thom
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Prices are in US Dollars (USD), before taxes (if applicable) - All pricing reflects per-person Land Only expenses, however, we can book flights from virtually every city. Please call us for an air quote.
|Start Date||End Date||Price||More Info|
|Tue 04 Nov 2014||Sun 30 Nov 2014||$5490|
|Sat 13 Dec 2014||Thu 08 Jan 2015||$5490|
|Tue 06 Jan 2015||Sun 01 Feb 2015||$5490|
|Tue 03 Mar 2015||Sun 29 Mar 2015||$5490|
|Tue 03 Nov 2015||Sun 29 Nov 2015||$5490|
|Sun 13 Dec 2015||Fri 08 Jan 2016||$5490|
Optional Single Supplement: $1110 (number of singles limited).
Our adventure starts at Luang Prabang, Laos, which has a vast array of colonial era buildings that are interspersed with many interesting shops and cafes. Stand face-to-face with the famous Golden Buddha while visiting the Royal Palace. A trip down the Mekong River will give you a chance to discover the 4, 000 images along the Pak Ou Cave walls. Empathize with baffled archeologists as we see hundreds of large jars strewn across Xieng Khouang's Plain of Jars. Then it's off to Vietnam where all the sights will surely overwhelm the senses; from Hanoi's breathtaking architecture to the historical richness of Ho Chi Minh City. The trip wouldn't be complete without a boat trip along the Halong Bay in the Gulf of Tonkin; cruising alongside the many rural fishermen who make their living between the many serene islands. An excursion to Cambodia's Angkor Wat is an opportunity that will not be passed-up, nor is a chance to stroll through the bustling markets of its capital, Phnom Penh.
Bonnie H. (Princeton, NJ, US)
They [The Hotels] were all way beyond my expectation. Internet available in most, great breakfasts, helpful staff, comfortable beds, and hot showers.
Donna W. (Vancouver, BC, CA)
I absolutely loved the tour in Luang Prabang to the temple for the annual celebration with the monks. It was a highlight.I particulary enjoyed the excrusion to Dien Bien Phu and the experience of the dinner and evening with the Black Thai family.
Erica P. (Chicago, IL, US)
Boat trips were the best part of the trip - a good way to see the country and a nice refreshing ride on the river. Liked Ha Long Bay excursion, Mekong Delta tour, other shorter boat rides in Hue, Mekong R in Laos, Floating Village, even boat trips on the way to dinner.
Linda S. (Calgary, AB, CA)
This was a very interesting trip. I enjoyed every day of it and learned a lot.
Lynne F. (Hillsborough, Ca, US)
Our guide ,Mien, for middle Vietnam was outstanding. She was a charming young woman who told us very moving human interest stories about life in her country. Her English was very understandable.
Marilyn S. (Dunrobin, ON, CA)
I like the Adventures Abroad itineraries, costs (including evening meals, admission fees, tips for local guides and drivers etc.) and knowledgable tour leaders. I know, up front, what to expect re: costs and there are no surprises. I also value the limit on the number of participants on a tour. The level of physical ability required is clearly identified and useful. I would definitely recommend Adventures Abroad to my friends and know that I will take another tour through your company.
Susan A. (Vancouver, BC, CA)
As an overall guiding principle: I prefer interaction with locals in as authentic a way as possible. For that reason the evening with the Black Thai outside Dien Bien Phu was my favourite excursion.
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