Vietnam & Cambodia Cruise
Vietnam is filled with captivating natural beauty and tranquil village life. Its highlands and rainforest regions, team with exotic wildlife and islands and beaches are among the finest in all of Southeast Asia, and its cuisine is very possibly the most delicious. Cambodia, in comparison was once considered the loveliest city of Indochina. It still maintains considerable charm with Siem Reap, home of Angkor temples, one of the greatest religious monuments in the world. If you like to combine these together but travel in luxury then...
UNLEASHYOUR MOJO: ON THIS 16-DAY JOURNEY CRUISE ON A BOUTIQUE STYLE BOAT.
This private luxury tour visits the highlights of Vietnam and Cambodia. Stay at the best hotels and take a luxury cruise while exploring the mighty Mekong. In Siem Reap you will enjoy personalised private touring with your own guides with knowledge experience of the Angkor temples.
The trip begins in Hanoi and after a comprehensive tour of the city you travel to Hoi An before travelling to the bustling metropolis of Saigon (HCM). From here you will venture into the heart of the Mekong Delta. The Mekong splits in Cambodia into two main rivers and in Vietnam into a more complex system, creating a maze of small canals, interspersed with villages and floating markets. Life in the Mekong Delta revolves much around the river and it produces about half of the total of Vietnam's agricultural output. It is common to see farmers planting or harvesting rice and it is this life in the Mekong delta that we will explore and experience while on our cruise from Vietnam to Cambodia.
The Jayavarman is a 20th century boutique style river cruise liner and offers uncompromising luxury with 27 rooms and 4 decks. It provides a large dining hall serving both international and Indochina cuisine. After your daily explorations, you can relax at the spa on board. The "Apsara" Beauty & Wellness Spa provides several spa & beauty treatments including massage, steam, sauna, etc. This tour with a cruise will disembark at Phnom Penh but you can extend your cruise to Saigon.
Max your Awim A simply ‘must-do’ whilst travelling in Vietnam is a cooking class. Hoi An is also generally the place where you would try your hand, a place famed for culinary schools of repute.
There are few direct flights from Europe to Vietnam’s three main international airports but these are steadily increasing over the years. The majority of visitors take indirect flights routed through Bangkok, Singapore or Hong Kong. It can be cheaper if you fly to Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur or Singapore or regular international carriers and from there take one of the low cost carriers to Vietnam.
There are no direct flights to Cambodia from the UK, but good connections are available from major Asian destinations. You can fly with Thai Airways to Bangkok, Malaysian Airlines to Kuala Lumpur or British Airways via Hong Kong. From there you can take the budget airline Air Asia or Dragon Air. The total journey time, excluding transit, is about 15 hours.