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Classic Vietnam & Mekong River Adventure

From £2,014 pp

If you’re travelling Vietnam solely by land, you’re missing out on half the adventure. This tour doesn’t leave anything out. Cruise Halong Bay by junk boat; explore Hue’s historic monuments; check out the My Son ruins; witness daily life along the Mekong as you drift into Cambodia; and so much more. The ultimate Southeast Asia experience awaits. Get on board.

What’s Included:

  • 7 nts aboard the Toum Tiou II Riverboat
  • 7 nts hotel, 1 nt sleeper train & 1 nt Junk Boat
  • All transport between destinations and to/from included activities
  • 14 breakfasts, 9 lunches, 5 dinners (Allow USD 130-170 for meals not included. Drinks and tips on board not included)
  • Chief Experience Officer (CEO) throughout, local guides.
  • Farewell cocktail and Captain’s dinner

Local excursions included

    • Halong Bay caves entrance, Bay boat cruise
    • Imperial Citadel and Tomb entrance (Hue)
    • Cu Chi Tunnels entrance and tour
    • Trang Pagoda visit
    • Son Island cottage industries tour
    • An Cung Pagoda visit (Sa Dec)
    • Sam Mountain sunset visit
    • tour (Phnom Penh)

Choeung Ek (Killing Fields), Tuol Sleng Museum (S-21 Prison)

  • Chen island visit including cottage industries
  • and pagoda visit (Kampong Tralach)
  • Chhnang visit
  • Tru floating village visit

 

Mekong, Angkor Wat, Siem Reap, Cambodia
Skull Pagoda at The Killing Fields of Choeung Ek - Phnom-Penh, - Cambodia
Buddhist Monks - Phnom Penh
Day 1 - Hanoi

Arrive at any time. There are no planned activities today until an evening welcome meeting. After the meeting, opt for dinner out with the group. Arrival Day and Welcome Meeting The adventure begins tonight. Feel free to explore before your welcome meeting, but make sure you’re back in time to meet the group. After introductions, your CEO will review the details of your tour. Please note that normal check-in times apply at our start hotels, but you can usually store your luggage for the day if you arrive early. When arranging your transportation, such as flights, please take into consideration the below time restrictions for joining and departing from your group. With these times, we have taken into account travel time to/from the airport in the given destination and required time for check-in or baggage collection/immigration. Your flight must arrive by or before: Arrive at any time. Your flight must depart no earlier than: 20:00 on Day 17 Church Boutique Hotel Lan Ong (or similar)

Day 1 - Hanoi
Day 2 - Hanoi / Ha Long Bay

Enjoy a Ha Long Bay cruise on a junk boat with visits to a cave and an island lookout. Savour a seafood lunch and dinner. Drive to Bai Chay harbour, the jumping off point for Ha Long Bay. Thousands of islands with intricate cave systems rise dramatically from the waters. Sail past limestone karst mountains in the junk boat and stop to visit some of the islands and caves. In the evening, devour a seafood dinner, then opt to enjoy a drink on deck under the stars.

Day 2 - Hanoi / Ha Long Bay

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 3 - Ha Long Bay / Huế

Cruise back to the port and take a private van to Hanoi. Enjoy some time in the city before an overnight train to Hue. Enjoy breakfast on board before a morning sail back to the port. Drive back to Hanoi for a little more time to enjoy the city before boarding an overnight train.

Day 3 - Ha Long Bay / Huế

Breakfast, Lunch

Day 4 - Huế

Guided tour of the Imperial Citadel, Royal Tomb and Tien Mu Pagoda. Arrive early to Hue, once the imperial capital of Vietnam. Start the day with a visit to the Tien Mu Pagoda followed by a visit to the tomb of one of Vietnam’s former emperors. After, opt for a vegetarian lunch at a local nunnery. While in the city, try some local Hue specialties such as banh khoai (Hue savoury pancakes), and banh bot loc boc tom thit (thin rice paper filled with meat and shrimp). Wash it all down with a Hue beer.

Day 5 - Huế / Hoi An

Drive the Hai Van pass. Take advantage of Hoi An’s many options over the 2.5 days in town. Opt for a cooking class, riverboat trip, bike ride, beach time, tailor visit or My Son ruins. Cross the Hai Van Pass (weather permitting), with fantastic views in all directions, before arriving to Hoi An in the afternoon. With three nights here, there’s plenty of time to explore all this charming town has to offer. Accommodation Vinh Hung 2 Resort (or similar)    

Day 5 - Huế / Hoi An

Breakfast

Day 6 - Hoi An

Spend two full days exploring all Hoi An has to offer. Dive into the culture, hang out on the beach or get clothes tailor-made in one of the many shops around town. Enjoy a noodle making demonstration and lunch at Oodles of Noodles, a G Adventures-supported project.

Day 6 - Hoi An

Breakfast & Lunch

Day 7 - Hoi An

Spend a free day exploring all Hoi An has to offer. Your Discover Moment There’s plenty to see and do in Hoi An, and we wanted to make sure that you had some time to take it all in. Feel free to relax or try optional activities like learning about Vietnamese cuisine with a cooking class, trying your hand at making traditional lanterns, and visiting the ruins of My Son. Your CEO has more ideas if you need them. Just ask! Accommodation Vinh Hung 2 Resort (or similar)

Day 7 - Hoi An

Breakfast

Day 8 - Hoi An / Ho Chi Minh City

Fly from Hoi An to Ho Chi Minh City with free time to explore this hectic city. Drive to Da Nang for the flight to Ho Chi Minh City, once the capital of South Vietnam and the country’s commercial centre. Start exploring the small alleys and busy streets, keeping an eye out for laquerware shops and delicious local food stalls. Accommodation Lotus Boutique Hotel (or similar)

Day 8 -  Hoi An / Ho Chi Minh City

Breakfast

Day 9 - Ho Chi Minh City

Enjoy a guided tour of the Cu Chi Tunnels and learn more about the Vietnam War. Use free time in the afternoon to explore sprawling Ho Chi Minh City. With some free time in the city, opt to visit the Thien Hau and Giac Vien pagodas and stroll through the immense Ben Thanh Market. Also well worth a visit are the Reunification Palace (the residence of South Vietnam presidents before 1975), the city’s Chinese quarter of Cholon, and the War Remnants Museum. Cu Chi Tunnels Guided Tour Củ Chi – Ho Chi Minh City Take a guided tour of the Cu Chi Tunnels, a complex network of tunnels that the Viet Cong lived in to protect themselves from opposing forces during the Vietnam War. Try crawling through some of the tunnels (if you’re not claustrophobic). These tunnels stored ammunition, had underground hospitals, and served as a hidden base for attacking allied forces.

Day 9 - Ho Chi Minh City

Breakfast

Day 10 - Ho Chi Minh City / Mỹ Tho

Meet in the lobby of our accommodation at 12:00pm for the transfer to the starting point of the riverboat journey.  Transfer to the pier for the start of the riverboat journey. Embark, settle in, and get to know the crew as the adventure begins.  Sail towards My Tho. Riverboat Welcome Meeting Welcome aboard! It’s time to meet the crew and get some information about the cruise.

Day 10 - Ho Chi Minh City / Mỹ Tho

Dinner

Day 11 - Mỹ Tho / Sa Dec

Visit Vinh Trang Pagoda with a short tour of My Tho town en route. Take local boats to Thoi Son Island to see a coconut product manufacturer, taste some local fruit and honey and meet traditional musicians. Continue on to Cai Be and enjoy a visit to the floating market. Opt to wander the small paths through local communities on the island and visit a Rice Popping cottage industry. Continue by local boat to Vinh Long to meet the vessel. Embark for the evening sail to Sa Dec.

Day 11 - Mỹ Tho / Sa Dec

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 12 - Sa Dec / Xã Vĩnh Xương

Visit the Kien An Cung Pagoda in Sa Dec and stroll through the market along the river. View the old colonial houses by the delta. Enjoy breakfast and lunch on board as you cruise the Mekong.  Arrive at Chau Doc and visit Sam Mountain for sunset. Gaze out over the rice paddies or relax in a hammock. Visit some temples and pagodas along the way. Opt for dinner in town.

Breakfast & Lunch

Day 13 - Xã Vĩnh Xương / Phnom Penh

Cross the border into Cambodia and continue on to Phnom Penh. Enjoy an evening in the capital city starting with a cyclo tour to see the city from a new perspective. Opt to finish up at the Foreign Correspondents Club for Happy Hour overlooking the river or dinner in town. During the border crossing all passengers must stay on board and the formalities are done on the riverboat. The ship will usually stay at the border for a 2-3 hours whilst all the formalities are completed. Depending on the time spent at the border, the itinerary for the afternoon may vary, although this process is usually quite simple delays can happen.

Day 13 - Xã Vĩnh Xương / Phnom Penh

Breakfast & Lunch

Day 14 - Phnom Penh

Visit the sobering S21 Museum and the Killing Fields with a local guide. After lunch, use free time to visit sights like the Royal Palace, Silver Pagoda, the National Museum, or the Russian Market. Tuol Sleng Museum (S-21 Prison) Guided Tour- Phnom Penh Learn about the dark history and devastation that occurred at Security Prison 21 (S-21); the prison, used by the Khmer Rouge regime, is now Tuol Sleng Museum. Take a guided tour to hear the stories behind the sombre photos lining the museum walls. Choeung Ek (Killing Fields) Guided Tour – Phnom Penh Learn more about the atrocities of the Khmer Rouge visiting the killing fields of Choeung Ek; the grounds now stand as a powerful memorial filled with victims’ skulls and mass graves. Tour this sombre, yet serene, site with a guide. Free Time – Phnom Penh Half Day Discover more of this dynamic city.

Day 14 - Phnom Penh

Breakfast & Lunch

Day 15 - Phnom Penh / Kâmpóng Trâlach

Continue to Kampong Tralach and visit the local vihara (Buddhist monastery) and Wat Kampong Tralach Leu pagoda. Opt to cycle, or ride in a tuk tuk or buffalo cart, through the village and past rice paddies to reach the monastery. Kampong Tralach Visit  – Kâmpóng Trâlach, Kampong Chhnang 15:00-18:00 Afternoon Arrive at Kampong Tralach and visit its wonderful Vihara (Buddhist Monastery) and Wat Kampong Tralach Leu pagoda. Travel through Kampong Tralach Krom village along a small road perpendicular to the river, crossing beautiful stretches of emerald rice paddies. The Vihara dates back to early last century and is home to some outstanding mural paintings. Standing isolated in the middle of the rice fields, it is a modest pagoda that receives very few international visitors, enjoy this truly unique experience.

Day 15 - Phnom Penh / Kâmpóng Trâlach

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 16 - Kâmpóng Trâlach / Koh Chen

Sail on to Kampong Chhnang, one of the largest fishing ports on the Tonle Sap River. Learn more about the fish farming, pottery and sugar palm production in the area. Wander through the local market then opt to cycle to visit the local industries. Enjoy lunch back on the ship en route to Koh Chen, an island in the river. Visit silver and copper workshops and meet a Khmer Rouge survivor eager to tell his story. Enjoy an evening cocktail and the Captain’s farewell dinner.

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 17 - Koh Chen / Siem Reap

This morning, say goodbye to the crew of the Toum Tiou II Riverboat. Hop into a private vehicle for an included transfer to Siem Reap. Tour ends upon arrival. Please book onward travel after 4pm. Departure Day (Activities) Not ready to leave? Your CEO can help with any onward travel arrangements you require. Private Vehicle – Koh Chen, Siem Reap 5h 285km Settle in and scan the scenery from the convenience of a private vehicle.

Day 17 - Koh Chen / Siem Reap

Breakfast

Built with a traditional look, the Toum Tiou II adds a new dimension to exploring the natural and man-made wonders of the Mekong River.

Toum and Tiou, the Cambodian Romeo and Juliet, the story of two young lovers who are stopped by an ambitious mother. The mother of Tiou who wants her daughter to be married to the King, but finally both of the youngsters die for true love… this story is all around our second colonial style and familiar ambience river vessel, the Toum Tiou II Cruise, which was built in 2008 in Saigon, Vietnam.

Toum Tiou 2 Cruise is not just another river boat, it differs to others. This charismatic mekong boat has 14 cozy cabins sleeping upto 28 passengers, plus 16 crew, following the colonial style of her mother – The Toum Tiou Cruise. Each cabin is built with noble wood in an elegant style, has its own A/C, hot water shower, security safe and a large window for spectacular view of the nature. Public areas like a panoramic, open restaurant which is matchless on the River and a spacious sun deck also add to be facilities of the boat. Toum Tiou 2 Cruise kitchen is famous for its variety of Asian food and smiley cooks.

Onboard Features & Facilities

  • 6 Upper Deck & 8 Lower deck staterooms
  • Wireless internet in all public areas
  • Lounge with TV
  • Library
  • Art Gallery
  • Outdoor dining and lounge areas
  • Souvenir shop
  • Nightly entertainment
  • Meals feature both local and western dishes
  • Complimentary tea coffee and water
  • All-day snacks at the bar

Accommodation & Amenities

The 6 Upper deck and 8 main deck staterooms, air-conditioning 129 square feet, finished in teak and palm wood with panoramic window with a clear view of the river.

The beds have premium mattresses and duvets with crisp white bedlinen, and the ensuite bathrooms have modern showers and spa-branded toiletries.

White cotton bathrobes are provided.

There is plenty of  closet space and under-bed storage, , a security box in every cabin, plus a turndown service at night.

 

Upper Deck

129 ft² – Upper Deck

  • Large panoramic river view window
  • Air conditioning
  • Premium mattresses and duvets with crisp white bed linen
  • Ensuite with shower and spa-branded toiletries
  • Bathrobe and slippers
  • Hairdryer
  • Security Box
  • Nightly turn down service
  • All beds able to convert to twin or double arrangements
  • Welcome flower arrangement
  • Make-up mirrors in cabin and bathroom
  • Multi-configuration plugs
  • Closet space and under-bed storage

Lower Deck

129 ft² – Main Deck

  • Large panoramic river view window
  • Air conditioning
  • Premium mattresses and duvets with crisp white bed linen
  • Ensuite with shower and spa-branded toiletries
  • Bathrobes
  • Security Box
  • Nightly turn down service
DepartShipEmbarkFrom  
Nov 1Toum Tiou IIHanoi£2369Cabin Upgrades
StandardMain Deck129 ft², Panoramic WindowSold Was £2369 
StandardUpper Deck129 ft², Panoramic WindowSold Was £2489 
Nov 15Toum Tiou IIHanoi£2369Cabin Upgrades
StandardMain Deck129 ft², Panoramic WindowSold Was £2369 
StandardUpper Deck129 ft², Panoramic WindowSold Was £2489 
Nov 29Toum Tiou IIHanoi£2369Cabin Upgrades
StandardMain Deck129 ft², Panoramic WindowSold Was £2369 
StandardUpper Deck129 ft², Panoramic WindowSold Was £2489 
Dec 13Toum Tiou IIHanoi£2014Cabin Upgrades
StandardMain Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2014 Was £2369 
StandardUpper Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2107 Was £2489 
Dec 27Toum Tiou IIHanoi£2014Cabin Upgrades
StandardMain Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2014 Was £2369 
StandardUpper Deck129 ft², Panoramic WindowSold Was £2489 
DepartShipEmbarkFrom  
Jan 24Toum Tiou IIHanoi£2014Cabin Upgrades
StandardMain Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2014 Was £2369 
StandardUpper Deck129 ft², Panoramic WindowSold Was £2479 
Feb 7Toum Tiou IIHanoi£2369Cabin Upgrades
StandardMain Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2369  
StandardUpper Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2479  
Feb 21Toum Tiou IIHanoi£2369Cabin Upgrades
StandardMain Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2369  
StandardUpper Deck129 ft², Panoramic WindowSold Was £2479 
Mar 6Toum Tiou IIHanoi£2369Cabin Upgrades
StandardMain Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2369  
StandardUpper Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2479  
Mar 30Toum Tiou IIHanoi£2199Cabin Upgrades
StandardMain Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2199  
StandardUpper Deck129 ft², Panoramic WindowSold Was £2309 
Apr 3Toum Tiou IIHanoi£2365Cabin Upgrades
StandardMain Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2365  
StandardUpper Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2475  
Jun 28Toum Tiou IIHanoi£2365Cabin Upgrades
StandardMain Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2365  
StandardUpper Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2475  
Jul 12Toum Tiou IIHanoi£2119Cabin Upgrades
StandardMain Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2119  
StandardUpper Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2229  
Jul 26Toum Tiou IIHanoi£2119Cabin Upgrades
StandardMain Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2119  
StandardUpper Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2229  
Aug 9Toum Tiou IIHanoi£2119Cabin Upgrades
StandardMain Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2119  
StandardUpper Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2229  
Aug 23Toum Tiou IIHanoi£2119Cabin Upgrades
StandardMain Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2119  
StandardUpper Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2229  
Sep 6Toum Tiou IIHanoi£2119Cabin Upgrades
StandardMain Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2119  
StandardUpper Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2229  
Sep 22Toum Tiou IIHanoi£2119Cabin Upgrades
StandardMain Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2119  
StandardUpper Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2229  
Oct 6Toum Tiou IIHanoi£2299Cabin Upgrades
StandardMain Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2299  
StandardUpper Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2399  
Oct 20Toum Tiou IIHanoi£2299Cabin Upgrades
StandardMain Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2299  
StandardUpper Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2399  
Nov 3Toum Tiou IIHanoi£2449Cabin Upgrades
StandardMain Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2449  
StandardUpper Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2559  
Nov 17Toum Tiou IIHanoi£2449Cabin Upgrades
StandardMain Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2449  
StandardUpper Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2559  
Nov 29Toum Tiou IIHanoi£2449Cabin Upgrades
StandardMain Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2449  
StandardUpper Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2559  
Dec 1Toum Tiou IIHanoi£2449Cabin Upgrades
StandardMain Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2449  
StandardUpper Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2559  
Dec 15Toum Tiou IIHanoi£2449Cabin Upgrades
StandardMain Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2449  
StandardUpper Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2559  
Dec 29Toum Tiou IIHanoi£2450Cabin Upgrades
StandardMain Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2450  
StandardUpper Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2560  
DepartShipEmbarkFrom  
Jan 12Toum Tiou IIHanoi£2039Cabin Upgrades
StandardMain Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2039  
StandardUpper Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2149  
Jan 26Toum Tiou IIHanoi£2039Cabin Upgrades
StandardMain Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2039  
StandardUpper Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2149  
Feb 9Toum Tiou IIHanoi£2039Cabin Upgrades
StandardMain Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2039  
StandardUpper Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2149  
Feb 23Toum Tiou IIHanoi£2039Cabin Upgrades
StandardMain Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2039  
StandardUpper Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2149  
Mar 9Toum Tiou IIHanoi£2039Cabin Upgrades
StandardMain Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2039  
StandardUpper Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2149  
Mar 23Toum Tiou IIHanoi£2039Cabin Upgrades
StandardMain Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2039  
StandardUpper Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2149  
Apr 6Toum Tiou IIHanoi£2039Cabin Upgrades
StandardMain Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2039  
StandardUpper Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2149  
Jul 12Toum Tiou IIHanoi£2119Cabin Upgrades
StandardMain Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2119  
StandardUpper Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2229  
Jul 26Toum Tiou IIHanoi£2119Cabin Upgrades
StandardMain Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2119  
StandardUpper Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2229  
Aug 9Toum Tiou IIHanoi£2119Cabin Upgrades
StandardMain Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2119  
StandardUpper Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2229  
Aug 23Toum Tiou IIHanoi£2119Cabin Upgrades
StandardMain Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2119  
StandardUpper Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2229  
Sep 6Toum Tiou IIHanoi£2119Cabin Upgrades
StandardMain Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2119  
StandardUpper Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2229  
Sep 22Toum Tiou IIHanoi£2119Cabin Upgrades
StandardMain Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2119  
StandardUpper Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2229  
Oct 6Toum Tiou IIHanoi£2299Cabin Upgrades
StandardMain Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2299  
StandardUpper Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2399  
Oct 20Toum Tiou IIHanoi£2299Cabin Upgrades
StandardMain Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2299  
StandardUpper Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2399  
Nov 3Toum Tiou IIHanoi£2449Cabin Upgrades
StandardMain Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2449  
StandardUpper Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2559  
Nov 17Toum Tiou IIHanoi£2449Cabin Upgrades
StandardMain Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2449  
StandardUpper Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2559  
Dec 1Toum Tiou IIHanoi£2449Cabin Upgrades
StandardMain Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2449  
StandardUpper Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2559  
Dec 15Toum Tiou IIHanoi£2449Cabin Upgrades
StandardMain Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2449  
StandardUpper Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2559  
Dec 29Toum Tiou IIHanoi£2449Cabin Upgrades
StandardMain Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2449  
StandardUpper Deck129 ft², Panoramic Window£2559  

What’s Included

Your G for Good Moment: Oodles of Noodles Demonstration and Lunch, Hoi An Your Discover Moment: Hoi An. Halong Bay caves entrance. Halong Bay boat cruise with seafood lunch and dinner. Imperial Citadel and Tomb entrance (Hue). Cu Chi Tunnels entrance and tour. Vinh Trang Pagoda visit. Thoi Son Island cottage industries tour. Kien An Cung Pagoda visit (Sa Dec). Sam Mountain sunset visit. Cyclo tour (Phnom Penh). Choeung Ek (Killing Fields) guided tour. Tuol Sleng Museum (S-21 Prison) guided tour. Koh Chen island visit including cottage industries. Vihara and pagoda visit (Kampong Tralach). Kampong Chhnang visit. Chhnok Tru floating village visit. Farewell cocktail and Captain’s dinner. 7 nights aboard the Toum Tiou II Riverboat with options to cycle to excursions along the way. Internal flight. All transport between destinations and to/from included activities.

Highlights

Savour fresh seafood, Visit the Imperial Citadel, Explore Ho Chi Minh City, Take a cyclo tour in Phnom Penh, Cruise the Mekong by riverboat

Dossier Disclaimer

The information in this trip details document has been compiled with care and is provided in good faith. However it is subject to change, and does not form part of the contract between the client and the operator. The itinerary featured is correct at time of printing. It may differ slightly to the one in the brochure. Occasionally our itineraries change as we make improvements that stem from past travellers, comments and our own research. Sometimes it can be a small change like adding an extra meal along the itinerary. Sometimes the change may result in us altering the tour for the coming year. Ultimately, our goal is to provide you with the most rewarding experience. Please note that our brochure is usually released in November each year. If you have booked from the previous brochure you may find there have been some changes to the itinerary. VERY IMPORTANT: Please ensure that you print a final copy of your Trip Details to review a couple of days prior to travel, in case there have been changes that affect your plans.

Itinerary Disclaimer

While it is our intention to adhere to the route described below, there is a certain amount of flexibility built into the itinerary and on occasion it may be necessary, or desirable to make alterations. The itinerary is brief, as we never know exactly where our journey will take us. Due to our style of travel and the regions we visit, travel can be unpredictable. The Trip Details document is a general guide to the tour and region and any mention of specific destinations or wildlife is by no means a guarantee that they will be visited or encountered. Aboard expedition trips visits to research stations depend on final permission. Additionally, any travel times listed are approximations only and subject to vary due to local circumstances.

Important Notes

1. COMBO TRIP Please note that this tour combines with other G Adventures tours. As such, the CEO and some travel companions on your tour may have previously been travelling together with G Adventures, prior to Day 1 of your tour. Likewise, some staff and travel companions may be continuing together on another G Adventures tour after your trip concludes. 2. ACCOMMODATION In some major cities in Vietnam, hotel rooms may not have windows. 3. LUGGAGE There may be a weight restriction on luggage for the internal flight on this tour. Each passenger is allowed to carry one checked bag with a maximum weight of 15 kg (33lbs). Additional bags or excess weight charges may apply. These charges are the responsibility of the passengers. 4. LOW WATER ITINERARY While it is our intention to follow the itinerary as advertised, some modifications to the itinerary are occasionally needed to reach Siem Reap while water levels are very low (March – August). The Toum Tiou II was built with a steel hull and sleek low draft, so occasions like this are rare. If changes need to be made, they may involve docking the boat just before Siem Reap and using overland transportation to reach the final destination. 5. RIVERBOAT PAYMENT METHOD Only cash is accepted for payment aboard the riverboat. There are several locations along the riverboat route with ATMs that dispense USD or VND.


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Why Choose This Cruise?

Why G Adventures?

Well they are the small-group adventure travel experts, and have been for over 20 years. Having got that way by listening to travellers and giving them what they want: Top-notch tours in top-notch places with top-notch staff at great prices. Adventure travel is more than a just a holiday. It’s a chance to get to know your world better by putting yourself on a first-name basis with the people, places, and things that make it worth exploring. Combing a junk cruise on Ha Long Bay, the historic towns of Hue & Hoi An, with a cruise through the Mekong delta, if you want to get close to the real Vietnam and Cambodia this tour is the one for you.

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