is one of the last secrets of Asia, a delicate
flower unfurling its exquisite petals to the world
after many years of hibernation. Our range of
Indochina Classics combines the best of Cambodia,
Laos and Vietnam in one trip, allowing the visitor
time to take in each country and culture.
We offer a range of programmes
to suit every traveller, from a brief 10-day tour
of the World Heritiage highlights of Luang Prabang,
Hue and the temples of Angkor, to a 22-day adventure
taking in the capitals, the culture and the nature
in real depth, a selection of the best destinations
of the region. In the following Indochina Classics
section of the brochure, we offer a small selection
of our most popular tours to Indochina. This is
just a taster of what we have to offer and can
arrange tours of any length and combination of
destinations to suit your needs. Tours can be
run in either direction, but we like to recommend
beginning in Laos and saving the incredible temples
of Angkor to savour until last, as nothing can
match their splendour. We also like to encourage
tailor-mades where you choose the cut with our
advice. It is easy enough to put together your
own itinerary for Indochina by combining our shorter
tours from each country section in this brochure.
Cambodia and Vietnam has never been easier with
a huge increase in flights between Saigon and
Siem Reap and regular services to Phnom Penh as
well. Moreover, there is now the additional land
crossing down in the Mekong Delta near Chau Doc,
which allows visitors to link up these two countries
via the beautiful Mekong River.
offers several teasing itineraries in our Cambodia
and Vietnam section, including a short three-day
link between Phnom Penh and Saigon via Chau Doc,
Cantho and the Mekong Delta.
Cambodia also shares several land borders with
Thailand in the west, offering the enticing possibility
of overlands between Bangkok and Saigon, including
Cambodian highlights such as Phnom Penh and Angkor.
promotes a range of overland tours in either direction,
using the Mekong Delta border with Vietnam and
either the Poipet or Koh Kong borders with Thailand.
The following tours are just a sample of the many
routes we have conjured up and we can bolt on
other destinations in either Vietnam or Thailand,
such as Mui Ne Beach, Koh Chang or the Khmer temples
Laos and Cambodia has become so much easier in
the past couple of years with the inauguration
of direct flights between Siem Reap and Vientiane
and the opening of a new full international land
border crossing between Stung Treng (Cambodia)
and Champasak (Laos) provinces.
the adventurous new option of travelling between
Laos and Cambodia via the mighty Mekong River.
Setting out from either Phnom Penh or the southern
Lao city of Pakse, we include the pleasant riverside
town of Kompong Cham, the shy, rare river dolphins
at Kratie, the frontier town of Stung Treng, the
idyllic islands of Si Phan Don on the Mekong and
the stunning mountain temple of Wat Phu.
those that want something a bit more substantial,
combining the best of both Laos and Cambodia,
we offer a 14-day programme setting out from Vientiane
and Luang Prabang before passing down through
the Mekong border to Phnom Penh. We end our tour
at the temples of Angkor, the most magnificent
sight in all of Indochina. We can also tailor
itineraries to include such options as heading
east from Stung Treng to the isolated wilds of
Hanuman is a member of the Cambodian Association of Travel Agents and the Cambodian Community-based Ecotourism Network. Hanuman was cited in ‘The Guide to Responsible Tourism in Cambodia, Laos & Vietnam'.