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Family activities in Indochina (16 Days)

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Day 1:
On arrival, you’ll be met and driven to your hotel in Luang Prabang, with the remainder of the day free at leisure.
Day 2:
Today you’ll travel through rural landscapes of rice terraces and pineapple fields to Ban Longlao, a H'mong village, absorbing the culture, customs and language so different to mainstream Laos. From here you’ll begin your trek (2-3 hours) through the forest to see the beautiful Kuang Si Waterfall where you can enjoy lunch and swim and clamber the falls. You’ll return to Luang Prabang to take part in a Baci ceremony and enjoy folk dances, and joining in the Laotian social "Lamvong" dance with local people.
Day 3:
After breakfast, you’ll be driven to Ban Done Nguen for a cruise down on Nam Ou River through beautiful mountain scenery, joining the Mekong River at Pak Ou Caves, to visit these two linked caves crammed with thousands of gold lacquered Buddha statues of various shapes and sizes left by pilgrims. Venturing further downriver, you’ll return to Luang Prabang.
Day 4:
An optional early start today gives you the opportunity to witness the world famous daily alms procession ritual. Following breakfast, you will be picked up from your hotel and transferred to the pier for a short private cruise to the ancient Royal temple of Wat Long Khoun, formerly used by Kings and Queens for meditation.  We will then have a leisurely cycle to the village of Xienmene, visiting a local school before cycling on to the beautiful Hoy Khua Waterfall.  Cycling on, we’ll come to the riverside village of Ban Pak Leuang and re-board our boat, enjoying a picnic lunch while following the Mekong upstream to the village of Ban Chan, famous for its pottery making, and learn about local life. Afterwards, our boat will return us to Luang Prabang by late afternoon.
Day 5:
Today is all about elephants. In the morning you’ll be driven to Luang Prabang’s Mandalao Conservation centre to meet the elephants and join in their morning bath. Later you’ll have a walk through the jungle along Huay Nok stream, enjoying lunch, before continuing on to Tad Kuang Song waterfall and the Khmu village of Ban Hua Tad. Later, you’ll be able to learn how the Mahouts communicate with the elephants, and accompany the herd to their night-time resting area. You’ll be returned to your hotel by late afternoon.
Day 6:
Your time will be free until your car arrives to take you to the airport for your flight to Siem Reap, where you’ll be met and driven to your hotel.
Day 7:
An early start will take you to watch the sunrise over Angkor Wat, followed by a traditional breakfast at a local stall. The rest of the day will be devoted to the Temple complex, exploring Angkor Wat itself, followed by a visit to Angkor Thom, including the Bayon, Elephant and Leper King Terraces and Baphuon Temple, before continuing on to the famous and iconic Ta Prohm.
Day 8:
Today, we journey northeast from Siem Reap to Beng Mealea Temple, similar in scale to Angkor Wat but which remains utterly swallowed by the jungle. A clamber about this titanic temple will give a sense of the 1000 year abandonment that encountered the explorers who re-discovered the Angkor Empire. Later, we continue on to the ancient city of Koh Ker, visiting its treasures, such as the pyramid temple of Prasat Thom, the beautiful Prasat Krahom, covered by jungle, and some of the smaller structures such as Prasat Neang Khmau before returning to Siem Reap in the late afternoon.
Day 9:
Your morning will be free at your leisure, after which your driver will drive you to Siem Reap International Airport for your afternoon flight to Ho Chi Minh City.
Day 10:
After breakfast, your guide will arrive to show you around Ho Chi Minh City, visiting the History Museum, the Museum of War Remnants, Binh Tay and Ben Thanh markets, the Jade Emperor Temple. In the evening, you’ll then be picked up at your hotel for a Vespa tour, visiting Café zoom to enjoy a cocktail and appetizer before adventuring into a favourite local eating spot, experiencing the nightlife of Saigon the way locals do. You will then visit a Vietnamese-style coffee shop for a taste of live Vietnamese music.
Day 11:
Today you’ll travel to the Mekong Delta, stopping at Cai Be, where a river cruise will take you to visit fruit orchards, a traditional family-run brick kiln, and some long established cottage industries. Later, a rowing boat will carry you through the maze of the Mekong Delta’s myriad channels to connect with the real life of the local people, visiting a local house and listening to live music performed by local artists. You’ll then drive deeper into the Mekong Delta to Can Tho, visiting the Khmer style Munir Ansay Pagoda, before check in to your hotel.
Day 12:
After breakfast, you’ll have a boat cruise to visit Cai Rang floating market for an insight into the local lifestyle. Later, after checking out from your hotel, you’ll be driven to Can Tho airport for the afternoon flight to Hanoi.
Day 13:
You’ll have the whole day to explore Vietnam’s capital city on the back of a motorbike, visiting the Women’s Museum, Ngoc Ha Market, the Temple of Literature, Long Bien Bridge and the historic Old Quarter, exploring its features and enjoying a street food brunch.
Day 14:
After breakfast, you’ll leave for the coast for a cruise of Bai Tu Long Bay, to explore its stunning sea formations. After lunch, you will cruise to Vung Dang – Cong Dam area to swim, relax on a white sandy beach, or kayak through the mysterious Karst Mountains. Later, you’ll sail to the oceanic quietude of Tra San, relaxing or enjoying the onboard facilities before dinner.
Day 15:
You’ll wake in the fresh air of the bay for a Taichi session on the large sundeck. After breakfast, you’ll continue your cruise to visit Thien Canh Son Cave, after which you’ll have a buffet lunch while cruising back to the harbour to disembark. On the way back to Hanoi, you’ll have a stop at Yen Duc village to enjoy a water puppet show performed by local artists.
Day 16:
After breakfast, you’ll be free until your driver arrives to take you to Noi Bai Airport for your departure flight.



US $ 3543

Breakfast and accommodation sharing a twin or double room.

Pick-ups and transfers by private air-conditioned vehicle as specified in the itinerary above (Please note: pick-ups will be by a guide and driver or, where a guide is not necessary, a driver only. All unaccompanied drivers will be briefed in advance, and will carry a mobile phone to ensure smooth transfer arrangements)

Regional flights: Luang Prabang – Siem Reap, Siem Reap – Ho Chi Minh City

Domestic flight tickets in Vietnam: Ho Chi Minh City – Hanoi, including domestic airport taxes.

Boat cruises as specified in the programme. All Ha Long Bay boats will be fully licensed and comply with current safety regulations.

Travel in an appropriate private air-conditioned vehicle with an experienced safe driver.

The services of experienced English-speaking guides as indicated in the itinerary (please note: guides will be on hand from pick-up until guests’ return to their hotel or reaching their destination). Free days or part days will not include the services of a guide unless requested and included in the final itinerary.

Where necessary, entry fees for all visits as mentioned in the programme.

Lunches and dinners (as specified in the itinerary) in the best local restaurants, or picnics where no suitable restaurant is available, and full board on the boat in Ha Long Bay.

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International flight tickets


Dinners, except as specified above.


Drinks, gratuities and personal expenses.


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Compulsory Christmas Eve’s dinner and Gala dinner (if any)

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