Vietnam / Cambodia / Laos


Vietnam is an emotional experience – for its natural beauty, its culture and its place in history. This is an exotic country that reflects worlds of influence in its art and cuisine, from Chinese to Hindu to the colonial French.

The cuisine here is literarily world-class, from its elegant soups to the hundreds of street food vendors who will overwhelm with their variety. In the capital of Hanoi, you can get lost in the vast sea of motor scooters of this famously bustling city. Not to be outdone, Ho Chi Minh City to the south is a swirling hub of commerce.

But Vietnam’s natural beauty is just as overwhelming to the senses. Sail in a junk on Ha Long Bay as you encounter thousands of towering limestone islands. In Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park, explore and sail into the most stunning caves in the world. The journeys here are joyful… and endless.

Single-use plastic is becoming more and more restricted worldwide. Plastic water bottles are one of the biggest offenders. Starting in January 2020, select tours for Vietnam will be offering water bottle filling services. We encourage travelers to bring a collapsible, reusable water bottle for these exceptional tours.


Cambodia stretches the imagination. The temple of Angkor Wat is one of the most iconic structures on earth. But it is the people here who illuminate Cambodia’s true radiance. Few have experienced a journey as tumultuous as theirs, only to return more joyful, with unbounded faith in their country’s newfound resurgence.

You can feel this energy in the reinvigorated capital city of Phnom Penh, with its busy nightlife and culinary scene. But the sights of Cambodia’s countryside are equally dazzling. You’ll discover a world of spectacular rice paddies, tropical landscapes and world-class trekking in the reclaimed Cardamom Mountains. Once a great empire, then forgotten, Cambodia once again is thrilling travelers.


Tiny Laos is a jewel of emerald paddy fields, lush jungle and a gentle way of living. Unlike its more visited neighbors, Laos harbors a quiet rural life, where even its capital, Vientiane is easy and slow going.

Travel to the spiritual city of Luang Prabang and be awakened to the sight of hundreds of Buddhist monks filling the streets deep in their ritual of morning prayer.

Come experience this untouched world and get to know Laos while it is still a distinctive paradise.

Southern Vietnam

(5 nights / 6 days)
Ho Chi Minh City, Dalat, Lak Lake, Boun Ma Thout, Nha Trang, Phan Thiet