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Visited sites: Ho Chi Minh City, Nam Cat Tien, Can Tho, Phu Quoc, Chau Doc, Phnom Penh, Siem Reap.
This is a perfect trip for visitors who want to explore Southern Vietnam and Cambodia deeply by road or waterway. You will have a chance to learn about the natural wildlife at Nam Cat Tien park, discover the local life of people on Mekong Delta and have great time for beach break in Phu Quoc Island. After that, travel to Phnom Penh and then Kompong Thom and Siem Reap.

Departure: Daily  

  • Day 1 - Ho Chi Minh City Arrival

    Our local guide will welcome you at Ho Chi Minh City Airport on arrival. Transfer to the city for hotel check in. Room is at your disposal at 1.30pm. You are free to relax at the rest of the day. Meals on your own. Overnight at the hotel.

  • Day 2 - Cu Chi Tunnels - Nam Cat Tien national park

    Depart the city in the morning by private vehicle to explore the impressive tunnel network of Cu Chi. In this amazing system, covering almost 250km in length was shelter to over 16,000 Vietcong guerrillas during the wars. Dating back 1948, Cu Chi supported shelter against the French air and ground sweeps, the network went on to serve as communication routes, storage facilities, hospitals and living quarters for Vietnamese fighters throughout the American war.  If it attracting you, you can even settle into the tunnels to know more about the severe conditions that Vietcong guerrillas living there had to face.
    Then we will leave Cu Chi tunnels by car and have a journey with your guide at the Cat Tien National Park (180km - 3.5 hours driving).
    Cat Tien is in the top of the most important and largest National Parks in Vietnam: it consists of evergreen, mixed and deciduous forest with bamboo, grasslands and wetlands. T ogether with villages and historic sites, these forests and wetlands offer a variety of amazing treks and trips to suit all interests. There are variety of birds, plants, insects and mammals, such as: a number of primate species such as the endemic golden-cheeked gibbon, two species of bears, elephant and gaur. The park hosts two important animal rehabilitation schemes: the Endangered Primate Species Centre (EAST) on Dao Tien island and the Wildlife At Risk (WAR) bear reserve. Many birds can be found, including such specialties as Germain's peacock pheasant, bar-bellied pitta and the rare endemic orange-necked partridge.
    After arrival, check into your settlement, rest of the afternoon is free for you to have some leisure time.
    At around 18.45pm, spend your evening drive into the park using a spotlight to view nocturnal wildlife. Overnight at the lodge.
    *Remark: The night safari tour is joint-in one, last in 1 hour ONLY.

  • Day 3 - Nam Cat Tien Park

    In the morning, leave by car and visit crocodile lake with many chances to see a lot of species of birds and even some larger mammals as well as the Siamese crocodile.
    The crocodiles are alarmingly threatened and Nam Cat Tien Park is included in the last places in the world that remains this kind of animal in the wild.
    In the afternoon, cruise along the river to enjoy scenery of birds and wildlife by the riverbank to the Ta Lai remote village. Overnight at the lodge.

  • Day 4 - Nam Cat Tien Park - Ho Chi Minh City

    Enjoy the sunrise in the early morning and walk around in the park. Then, back to the lodge to have breakfast. After that, a driver will transfer you to Saigon.
    Have a brief rest when you back to the hotel in Saigon, take a short rest. Then spend a half day for city tour of the previous capital of French Indochina. Historic highlights include the Old Saigon post office, Notre Dame Cathedral and the Opera House. Then move to the Reunification Palace which once was known as the headquarters of the Saigon Government over the American war in the 1960s. After that visit the traditional Chinese district of Cholon with Binh Tay market. Discover many astonishing local dishes on your own. Night at the hotel.

  • Day 5 - Ho Chi Minh - Mekong Delta - Can Tho

    On this day, you will be driven to Cai Thia Canal in Cai Be District (about 2.5 hours driving), have a amazing tour into deep Mekong Delta area. Explore the daily life as well as the serene atmosphere by joining many activities with the local: taking local ferries to cross small canals and rivers, cycling in about 2 hours on small lanes passing by local church, local market, a brick kiln, lush orchard gardens… Make a short stop time at a local house where you can sample seasonal fruit along with tea and honey and even local wine. In the retaining of the morning, board a boat to another local house for lunch. After lunch, relax with a rowing boat trip along the small Cay Da canal and explore more within this area. At around 15.30, we back to your hotel in Can Tho. Enjoy dinner on your own. night at the hotel.

  • Day 6 - Can Tho - Phu Quoc

    Depart in the morning and move to Ninh Kieu Quay where you will hop on a classical local boat for a stroll to the bustling, wonderful floating markets of Cai Rang. There are the great variety of good sold at the market, from the popupar fruits like mangos and bananas, to the most special ones like mangosteens, star apples, or the sweetened longans and the very odorous durians. The fruity flavors of the market will pleased you. Then you will get into the labyrinth of the canals and streams surrounding Can Tho, and from the boat you can observe resident daily life on the river. Private car picks up at 10.30AM, transfer to Can Tho Airport for your flight to Phu Quoc. On Arrival, check in your hotel and free at the rest of the day. Meals on your own. Overnight at the hotel.   

  • Day 7 - Phu Quoc - Beach Break

    You are free to enjoy beach time leisurely. Have meals on your own. Night at the hotel.

  • Day 8 - Phu Quoc - Beach Break

    You are free to enjoy beach time leisurely. Have meals on your own. Night at the hotel.

  • Day 9 - Phu Quoc - Rach Gia - Chau Doc

    After breakfast, transfer to the pier for your speedboat trip to Rach Gia.
    Get to Rach Gia where you will be transfer to Chau Doc - a Cambodia border town – famous for its floating fish farms. In the excursion, we will have a chance to explore Tra Su Cajeput Forest in Tinh Bien district. The forest has been considered as a special restoration zone since 1983, with the aim of becoming a well-known scientific forest and nature reserve. The ecological hot spot is home of many colonies of water birds colonies, bats and various other such scarce and threatened animals and reptile species. Once at Tra Su, hop on a short motorized boat and then move to a rowing sampan to small channels to explore the forest, it will be a leisure way to view the forest. You can also discover many kinds of waterbirds (mostly stocks), colonies of bats and various rare animal and bird species. Depart for Chau Doc, enjoy your own leisure time.

  • Day 10 - Chau Doc - Phnom Penh

    After having a mouth-watering breakfast, get on the BLUE CRUISER Speedboat for Phnom Penh trip. Upon arrival at around noon, transfer to the hotel for check in and take a brief rest.
    After lunch break, we will visit the Phnom Penh City, Cambodia capital standing in the hook of four branches of Mekong River “Chaktomuk”, historical capital more than 600 years after Angkor. We will have a chance to drop into Wat Phnom, a alluring old pagoda located on the hill, built by a wealthy Khmer woman named Penh 1372 to house the sacred relics. Move on with the Royal Palace built in 1866 and Silver Pagoda staying within the Royal Palace compound, the majority of treasures on display have been provided by the King of Cambodia such as present from many other countries. Among the treasures are a solid gold Buddha encrusted with 9,584 diamonds and weighing 90 kilos and a small 17th century emerald and baccarat crystal Buddha. Have all day meals on your own. Night at the hotel.

  • Day 11 - Phnom Penh cyclo tour - Siem Reap

    In Cambodia, the late 1950s and 1960s was a period of dynamic cultural and political ambition, which resulted in an extensive construction program. A far-reaching cultural and social vision for Cambodia was reflected in the new architecture of that time which focused on integrating an international style with local traditions, materials and climate.
    The “Khmer Architecture Tour” proposes to explore central Phnom Penh and includes some colonial buildings, as well as modern post-independence architecture, making it a unique ride through the “New Khmer Architecture”.
    After a short historical presentation by your specialist tour guide (architectural student or professional), you will discover the district around the Post Office, then head for the Central Market area, and pass by some well-known buildings as well as some less obvious examples of religious architecture.
    What better way than the cyclo, the typical bicycle-taxi, to travel around the whole city and experience the streets and building? You will have the opportunity to enter some buildings and see others from the cylco, as well as do some exploring on foot.
    Back to your hotel and free at your leisure until be transferred to the airport for your flight to Siem Reap. On arrival, meet your local guide and drive to your hotel for check in. Meals on your own. Overnight at the hotel.

  • Day 12 - Angkor Wat – Banteay Srei – Ta Prohm

    Our guide will meet you in the morning to transfer you to the very famous world heritage site of Angkor Wat. Built up in the 12th century in honour of Vishnu, with incredible bas reliefs and soaring towers, Angkor Wat is known as one of the most amazing monuments made by mankind in the world. After lunch, continue our trip towards Banteay Srei – a charming small pink temple. Dating back to 10th century and still known as the Citadel of Women, this temple owns a most impressive jewel of Khmer art. On the way back, finish your day by discovering splendid sculptured Devatas and immerse in the unique atmosphere in the ancient Ta Prohm Monastery. This site has a nickname of "Jungle Temple", because of its immense branches having taken root in the stones. Have your own meals. Night at the hotel.

    Note: Lunch is not included but our guide will be happy to take you back to your hotel or to Bar Street in Siem Reap so you can purchase lunch and take a brief break from the trip. 

  • Day 13 - Preah Khan - Neak Pean - Thommanon - Chau Say Tevoda - Angkor Thom

    This morning we head to Preah Khan Temple, located in the northern end of Angkor. Dating back to 1191, this temple is built up by Jayavarman VII in honour of his father, for the purposes of being both a city and a place for Buddhism studies. Neak Pean, erected in the same era, also known as Entwined Nagas, is the only island temple of Angkor. Four smaller basins, presenting the image of the four great rivers flowing from the earth’s four cardinal points, link and meet together at the large central basin. One of the most interesting features of this site is the superb statute of Balaha, representing the legendary saviour of shipwrecked boats. Angkor will be still many things to explore as we go further south. Built up from the 12th century and during the reign of Suryavarman II, the two spectacular temples of Thommanon and Chau Say Tevoda will be our next interesting destinations to visit. They are prominent for their very beautiful sculptured images honouring Shiva and Vishnu.

    After lunch break, continue our trip by visiting the Great City of Angkor Thom, beginning with the south gate and the famous Bayon temple. Dating back to the 12th and 13th centuries, the Bayon is dedicated to Buddhism and composed of 216 smiling faces of Avalokitesvara on 54 gigantic towers. Afterwards, pay visits to the Terrace of the Elephants. With 350 meters in length, it was served as a base for the king’s grand audience hall and used as a gigantic reviewing stand in occasion of public ceremonies. Then come explore the Terrace of Leper King, dating back the 12th century, on which many beautiful Apsaras was sculptured. All meals of day are on your own. Night at the hotel.

  • Day 14 - Kbal Spean - Bang Mealea

    This day we will have a tour to the river of the Thousand Lingas, which known as “Kbal Spean”- the head of the bridge. To get there, travel by car, then  take about  45 minutes walking through the jungle before you catch the river that contributes to the irrigation of Angkor. The bed of the river is lavishly sculpted. Various lingas lay there, caressed by the crystal-clear waters. Bas-reliefs depict scenes from the Brahman pantheon such as Vishnu lying  or Brahama born out of a lotus. Enjoy lunch time at a local restaurant.
    Afterwards, you will be driven to Bang Mealea Temple in the jungle. It was built during the reign of Suryavarman II, in the middle of the twelfth century. It gives the visitor the impression of being the first explorer to discover the temple. Far from the bustle of Angkor Wat, Beng Mealea lends itself particularly to feelings of peaceful meditation and now inhabited only by depictions of celestial dancers (Apsaras), you will find the symbiotic relationship between vegetable and mineral most surprising as the roots of the trees that have gently wrapped this temple seem to marry their forms together. After exploring, back to Siem Reap. Enjoy dinner own your own. Overnight at the hotel.

  • Day 15 - Tonle Sap Lake - Siem Reap Departure

    This morning depart the hotel for the floating village about an hour out of Siem Reap.Be omited by mass tourism, Kompong Phluk is one of the most impressive villages because of the height of its pilt houses. If the weather is good, cruise along channels by a boat to a further part of the lake which is home to some displaced Vietnamese people.
    Back to your hotel around noon and free at your leisure until be transferred to the airport for your departure flight. Room is at your disposal until noon time. Meals on your own. End of services.

The price includes   The price excludes

• Accommodation in the category chosen or similar (subject to availability).

• Meals as mentioned in the program. B: Breakfast, L: Lunch, D: Dinner.

• All local boat rentals and cycling as mentioned in the program. Non-private speedboat from Chau Doc to Phnom Penh.

• Transfer from and to the airports by private vehicle with A/C. Transportation by private vehicle with A/C.

• All entrance fees and sightseeing as mentioned in the program.

• Local English speaking guide(s) in Vietnam and Cambodia.


• Meals and drinks are not mentioned in the program.

• International flight tickets and airport taxes. All internal/ regional flight tickets in economy class as mentioned.

• Visa fee upon arrival in Vietnam and Cambodia.

• Tips & personal expenses. Personal insurance. Any service not clearly mentioned in the program.


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