This Vietnam and Cambodia tour will take you to discover the important landmarks of both countries. Start off with a full-day tour to the Angkor Temples, and later you will join a boat trip to see the life on Tonle Sap Lake – the largest freshwater lake in Asia. Travel to Vietnam’s capital to visit Hanoi’s most recommended sites, each of which will tell you different stories about this historic city. Marvel at the wonderful nature of Ninh Binh (titled ‘Halong In Land’ by the locals) and then explore the magnificent Halong Bay from your cruise deck. In Hue and Hoi An, you will join the day-tours to explore the most famous sites of both towns. This tour will end with a day-trip to Mekong Delta’s floating market and you will be able to experience the bustling life in Ho Chi Minh City in southern Vietnam.
- Day 1: Siem Reap – Arrival
- Day 2: Siem Reap – Angkor Temples – Full-Day Tour
- Day 3: Siem Reap: Angkor Wat - Bantaey Srei - Flight to Hanoi
- Day 4: Hanoi – Full-Day City Tour
- Day 5: Hanoi – Day trip to Ninh Binh
- Day 6: Hanoi – Halong Bay – On board a junk boat
- Day 7: Halong Bay – Hanoi – Flight to Hue
- Day 8: Hue – Full-Day Tour
- Day 9: Hue – Danang – Hoi An
- Day 10: Hoi An – Walking Tour
- Day 11: Da Nang – Flight to Ho Chi Minh City/ Saigon
- Day 12: HCM City – Day trip to My Tho (Mekong Delta)
- Day 13: HCM City– Departure
- This itinerary is a privately guided tour, designed just to show you what is possible.
- We can tailor this trip, it's inclusions and the accommodations, to meet your requirements, budget, and interests.
Siem Reap – ArrivalDay 1
Your private tour guide will meet you at Siem Reap airport and will escort you by private car to your selected hotel in Siem Reap. Your knowledgeable guide will be happy to answer any questions along the way about your 2 week adventure in Vietnam and Cambodia, and will assist you with check-in and registration at the hotel. The rest of the day will be yours to explore at your leisure.
Lunch and dinner will be on your own, but your guide will recommend excellent options for your preferred cuisine – we highly recommend trying Cambodian cuisine for a true immersion experience.
Note: For the Cambodian Visa on Arrival, please make sure you have 1 passport sized 3 cm x 4 cm photo and $30 for the stamping fee.
Overnight in Siem Reap
Siem Reap – Angkor Temples – Full-Day TourDay 2
After breakfast, the first stop of your travel package in Vietnam and Cambodia will be a full-day discovery tour of the Angkor Temples. Your private tour guide will pick you up and take you on a drive through the jungle, passing local villages and shops, and your tour will start at the south gate of Angkor Thom City. Below are the recommended sites, but of course, your guide will be happy to modify the list based on your
– Angkor Thom City
– Bayon – The Bayon has fifty-four towers decorated with more than two hundred enigmatic smiling faces
– Terrace of Elephants
– Victory Gate
– Banteay Kdei (“Citadel of Chambers”)
After lunch, you will explore The beautiful Ta Prohm Temple, overgrown with fig trees, giving a haunting yet exotic atmosphere.
Continue to visit Preah Khan, in Preah Khan Baray. This was built during the reign of King Jayavarman VII and was originally designed for medical purposes (ancient wise-men believed that soaking in these pools balanced the elements of a person’s body, thus curing ailments and diseases). It is one of the many hospitals that King Jayavarman VII built. The site was built in the second half of the 12th century and is supposedly the spot where the King fought a crucial battle against the Cham.
Following your visit to Preah Khan, you will visit Pre Rup, where you will enjoy the view of the sunset from the top of the pyramid-shaped temple. Later, your guide will take you back to Siem Reap, and the rest of the evening will be yours to explore at your leisure.
Overnight in Siem Reap
Siem Reap: Angkor Wat - Bantaey Srei - Flight to HanoiDay 3
Morning (pick up at 5:00am)
This morning, you will watch the sun rise at the Angkor Wat Temple, a highlight of your tour in Cambodia. Your private tour guide will take you to Angkor Wat, where you will have your breakfast whilst enjoying the view. After breakfast, you will spend the morning exploring Angkor Wat, considered by many as an architectural masterpiece of the Cambodian Ancients.
Next, you will visit the exquisite Banteay Srei (“Citadel of the women”), the jewel of Khmer art, and set deep in the jungle. Banteay Srei was carved from red sandstone, with elaborate decorative wall carvings which are well preserved to this day.
After lunch, your private tour guide will pick you up for a motorized boat trip on Tonle Sap Lake, Asia’s largest inland lake, which harvests the largest amount freshwater fish in the world. This lake swells to ten times its normal size during the wet season. Here, you will interact with the locals, see the school, hospital, church, fishing farm, crocodile farm and the souvenir shop in the floating village.
In the late afternoon, you will be driven to Siem Reap airport for a short flight to Hanoi. Upon arrival in Hanoi, for the Vietnamese Visa on Arrival, please make sure you have 2 passport sized 4 cm x 6 cm photos and $25 for the stamping fee. After you have gone through customs, your private tour guide will take you to your hotel in Hanoi to check in. The rest of the day will be yours to explore at your leisure.
Overnight in Hanoi
Hanoi – Full-Day City TourDay 4
After breakfast, your private tour guide will pick you up and take you on a full-day city tour of Hanoi. Below are the recommended sites, but of course, your guide will be happy to modify the list based on your preferences.
– Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum & the Presidential Palace
– Tran Quoc Pagoda
– Huu Tiep Lake and the Downed B-52
– Museum of Ethnology
Lunch will be at a local restaurant where you will be served delicious local Hanoi cuisine.
After lunch, you will continue to visit The Women’s Museum and the Temple of Literature. Then you will take a cycle rickshaw ride through the French Quarter to admire the well preserved colonial buildings such as the Hanoi Opera House and the Sofitel Legend Metropole, as well as the Old Quarter. After the 1 hour cycle rickshaw ride, you will enjoy a performance of the traditional water puppet show, a typical northern Vietnamese art form.
The rest of the day will be yours to explore at your leisure.
Overnight in Hanoi
Hanoi – Day trip to Ninh BinhDay 5
After breakfast and checkout, your private tour guide will pick you up and take you to Ninh Binh, a natural and cultural heritage (travel time approximately 3 hours). Upon arrival at Hoa Lu Ancient capital, you will start to visit the remains of the temples dedicated to King Dinh and King Le, the two heroes who lived in the 10th century and chose Hoa Lu to build the citadel of the capital city (968 to 1009).
Leaving the temples, we will enjoy a leisure bicycle ride (or transfer by car) through local villages and country roads passing the dramatic limestone cliffs set in the rice paddies. After one hour of riding, you will reach the picturesque setting of Tam Coc. Here you’ll have lunch at a local restaurant.
After lunch, transfer to the docks to take a leisurely sampan ride on a creek, winding through large stretches of rice paddies. During the sampan ride, the beautiful natural scenery of limestone peaks and fertile green valleys, referred to many as the “dry Halong Bay,” will amaze you.
In the late afternoon, your private tour guide will take you back to Hanoi. The rest of the day will be yours to explore at your leisure.
Overnight in Hanoi
Hanoi – Halong Bay – On board a junk boatDay 6
After breakfast and check out, your private tour guide will pick you up and take you to the northern city of Halong to board your junk boat for your overnight cruise. You junk boat will cruise in the Halong Bay, where you will be served a delicious lunch on board.
Continue to cruise among hundreds of islets, discovering unspoiled pockets of Halong Bay. Head out in a rowboat or a hire a kayak to explore the Dark and Bright Lagoon. There is plenty of time to relax on the junk’s sun deck, take advantage of the Spa services and sip a cocktail or two, before a cooking demonstration in the evening. Later you will earn to create traditional Vietnamese dishes with the boat’s own chef and try more delicacies at dinner. Following dinner, you can take the opportunity to try your hand at squid fishing before the day is done!
(Note: Program may differ slightly based on cruise ships)
Overnight on board
Halong Bay – Hanoi – Flight to HueDay 7
Wake early to start your day with Tai Chi on the sundeck, as the sun rises over the bay. After a light breakfast, discover one of Halong Bay’s biggest and most beautiful caves, Surprise Cave. Enjoy a final extravagant brunch before sailing back to the harbour.
Back on the ground, you will be picked up by your private tour guide and taken back to Hanoi’s Noi Bai airport for the evening flight to Hue. On the way, you will stop at Phu Lang ceramic village, one of the last remaining pottery villages in Northern Vietnam which have been producing ceramics since the 13th century.
Upon arrival in Hue, your private tour guide will take you to your hotel in downtown Hue to check in. The rest of the day will be yours to explore at your leisure.
Overnight in Hue
Hue – Full-Day TourDay 8
After breakfast, your private tour guide will pick you up and take you for a cruise on the Perfume River. During the cruise, you will visit the Thien Mu (Heavenly Lady) Pagoda with its characteristic seven-tiered tower, founded in 1601 by Lord Nguyen Hoang.
Our morning visits also include
– The Tu Hieu Pagoda
– The impressive tomb of Emperor Tu Duc.
– The village of Incense stick making
– Vong Canh Hill “bird eyed view point” where you can enjoy breathtaking of the Perfume River below.
You will then head to a Buddhist Monastery for a vegetarian lunch. Here, you will have the opportunity to interact with them and learn more about Buddhism.
After lunch, your tour will continue.
– The ancient walled Citadel to see the former Imperial Palace, closely modeled after the Forbidden City in Beijing – significant damage was caused by French aerial bombings and the Tet Offensive of 1968, however, much of the city has now been restored thanks to UNESCO funding. The Imperial City is one of Vietnam’s seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The Imperial Enclosure was a former capital of Vietnam and home to the Nguyen Dynasty, the last monarchy in Vietnam.
– A walk through Dong Ba Market, where locals purchase their fresh produce
On returning to your hotel in Hue, the rest of the afternoon will be yours to explore at your leisure.
Overnight in Hue
Hue – Danang – Hoi AnDay 9
After breakfast and check out, your private tour guide will pick you up for the drive to Hoi An. During this scenic drive, you will get to see the stunning Hai Van (Ocean Clouds) Pass which offers spectacular scenery and views of the coastline below. There will be stops along the way to visit the rustic fishing village of Lang Co, the Cham Museum, and the Marble Mountains.
After checking into your hotel in Hoi An, the rest of the day will be yours to explore at your leisure.
Overnight in Hoi An
Hoi An – Walking TourDay 10
After breakfast, your private tour guide will pick you up and take you on a walking tour of Hoi An.
– Museum of Trade Ceramics
– Hoi An Central market
– Phuc Kien Congregation House
– The 200-year-old Tam Ky house
– The Japanese Covered Bridge
– Attend Cultural show at Traditional Theater
Lunch will be served at a local restaurant where you will try some of the most delightful local cuisines. Hoi An is considered as the kitchen of Vietnam.
After lunch, you will take a short boat trip to a nearby island to visit the villages of Kim Bong and Thanh Ha to see handcrafted ceramics and the construction of boats by local artisans.
The rest of the day will be yours to explore at your leisure. We suggest you join a local cooking class and try to learn some of Hoi An’s best dishes.
Overnight in Hoi An
Da Nang – Flight to Ho Chi Minh City/ SaigonDay 11
After breakfast and check out, your private tour guide will pick you up and take you to Da Nang airport for a short flight to Ho Chi Minh City (HCM City), previously known as Saigon.
Upon arrival in HCM City, your private tour guide will take you on a tour of the city. Below are the recommended sites, but of course, your guide will be happy to modify the list based on your preferences.
– Reunification Palace (the former Presidential Palace), which was once headquarters for the Saigon government during the War
– War Remnants Museum, which displays relics from the War
– Notre Dame Cathedral
– Jade Emperor Pagoda, built in 1909 in honor of the supreme Taoist god (the Jade Emperor or King of Heaven, Ngoc Hoang) – this is one of the most impressive temples in HCM City, filled with statues of deities and heroes
– Dong Khoi Street and Nguyen Hue Boulevard, known for their elegant shops, galleries and restaurants
– The Opera House, a popular backdrop for wedding photos, now used as a Municipal Theatre. This area is rich with history from the times of the French invasion to the filming of Phil Noyce’s “The Quiet American.”
The rest of the day will be yours to explore at your leisure.
Overnight in HCM City
HCM City – Day trip to My Tho (Mekong Delta)Day 12
After breakfast, your private driver will pick you up and take you for a short-drive to My Tho. Upon arrival, you will meet the local guide and embark on a motorboat and heading out on the mighty Mekong to Con Qui Islet. In contrast to many of the overly visited Mekong islands, we choose Con Qui for its quieter, less crowded, and more authentic slice of Mekong life. Hop on a bike (or horse cart) and savor the leisurely time to explore and pedal through this green and unspoiled island. Make frequent stops for photos and glimpses and of the daily lives of local villagers.
You’ll then take a small boat as you are rowed quietly along the thick mangroves of Vam Xep, a small canal with little village houses dotted along its sides. Get off the boat to enjoy some honeyed tea at the ‘Coconut Artisan’ village to check out the workshops where a range of coconut husk and fiber products are skillfully handcrafted.
You will next take a small sampan along Vam Chua canal, gliding peacefully along the hidden waterways surrounded by an immense variety of tropical plants. The quiet, rural setting is a welcome and restorative retreat to the frenetic buzz of Saigon which seems far, far away.
After lunch at a local restaurant, you will finish the tour and drive back to Ho Chi Minh City. The remainder of the day is free.
Overnight in HCM City
HCM City– DepartureDay 13
After breakfast and a leisurely morning on your own, you will check out by midday and your private driver will pick you up and take you to the HCM City airport for your departure flight home.
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- Accommodation with daily breakfast at selected hotels
- Private Vehicles and Drivers
- Private English Speaking Guides (Other languages if available, upon request)
- Meals as mentioned in the itinerary (B= Breakfast, L= Lunch, D= Dinner)
- Domestic flights within Vietnam and Cambodia
- Entrance fees for all mentioned sights visited
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- Your International Flights to and from Vietnam and Cambodia
- Vietnam and Cambodia entry Visa Fees (contact us for further information)
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- Any bank fees or charges at your end
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We had a wonderful 7-day trip last July; Kata was awesome to work with. So professional, reliable and helpful!
"Lifetime of Memories"
Lam did an amazing job putting together an itinerary based on phone/text conversations. We told him the where and what and he did the rest. The accommodations were beyond expectation, the guides were unbelievably friendly, and the places we were taken were spectacular. Having guides and drivers is worth every penny. So much time and money would have been wasted had we tried to accomplish this ourselves.
We got to experience so much more because of our guides local knowledge. Lastly, how great it was not to worry about how we were getting to the next adventure. Had we not used Indochina Pioneer I truly believe I wouldn’t have as many astonishing memories.
"Amazing 30 Day Journey with Indochina Pioneer"
If you are looking for a private tour of SE Asia, look no further than Indochina Pioneer. I recently returned from a 30-day private tour of Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand all arranged by Indochina Pioneer and could not have been happier with everything they arranged for me. They are top-notch from working directly with you on planning your trip, arranging visas, having individuals at the airports to meet and walk you through everything when entering the countries, having amazing tour guides and drivers as well as organizing everything for you on the ground and being there to help you all along the way if you have any questions or problems. My tour was amazing with not only the normal tourist sights, but many off the beaten track sights and with your own guides, you learn so much more from these individuals who actually live in the places you will visit. I can’t recommend this tour agency enough. If you are looking to travel to any of the locations Indochina Pioneer has tours, you must book through them, you will not be disappointed.
"Excellent from the very beginning"
We had 21 days on a private tour and every detail was perfectly arranged. Perhaps, the Spanish speaking skills of guides can ve improved, but overall they were very helpful and committed with their job. I want to highlight the performance of Juan (Hanoi), Miguel (Hoi An), Chao (Ho Chi Minh City) and La (Luang Prabang, Laos).
Hotels were as we asked and the timing for the visits was very good.
I recommend this travel agency!
"Vietnam, Laos & Cambodia"
We are three friends who booked a private 26-day tour of Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia with Indochina Pioneer and had an amazing time. Our travel agent, Sally, was not only a great professional, but also an amazing person, personable, sweet and eager to do anything possible to turn our trip into a unique travel experience. She was in daily contact with us, making sure that everything would be perfect for us and she was available 24/7. Everything was beyond our expectations: hotels, activities, guides, transportation, meals, etc. The itinerary itself was set to meet our needs as historians, combining visits to archaeological sites and museums, with leisure activities and cultural events.
There are no words strong enough to recommend Indochina Pioneer and, especially, Sally. Special thanks to Cong, our guide in Hoi An, Lao, our guide in Sapa, Mon, our guide in Vientiane and Vuthi, our guide in Siem Reap. We learned so many things from these amazing, always smiling, intelligent people, not only about the history of their countries, but also about their culture and modern life in Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia. Overall, we feel like we booked a tour and in the end, we got ourselves one-in-a-lifetime- experience.
"Vietnam /Thailand Trip"
Here we are already a week back home in the US from three weeks in Asia. The continued changes/challenges that are occurring all around our world right now are such a strange and unique phenomenon. I hope everything is going alright on your end, both professionally and personally, in regarding the CoVid-19 issues. WOW!
Since we’ve been home….and even while Mary and I were in Asia….we both remarked on repeated occasions about how fortunate we felt to be able to experience the parts of Asia that we did….and do it the way we did! It was only by way of the assistance that you put into place through the guide services and drivers that we could’ve come away with having such a truly FANTASTIC journey!!
I cannot adequately put into words what a benefit it was to have employed your service for this trip. We are tremendously thankful to you for your flexibility in working with us using our itinerary and blending what we had in mind with what additional experiences might complement our plans. Thank you for working on our behalf to get us into the wonderful hotel accommodations in the various areas. To expound on that a bit…. In Can Tho, we stayed at the Lighthouse B & B. Not knowing what to expect about ANYTHING prior to our arrival….then,….becoming aware of the modest way of life…the poverty that exists in that area….we were STUNNED to be treated to such a fabulous place to stay in the LightHouse!!! Beyond all dreams/expectations! MARVELOUS in every single way!! People make such a big difference…and that was so true at the Lighthouse. Despite our inabilities for fluent communication in Vietnamese, the staff at the hotel were so accommodating, friendly and made us feel so welcome. We had the opportunity to meet the owner just prior to leaving…..such a privilege to meet her and express to her our gratitude.
The second place we stayed at was the Riverside Resort in HoiAn. Such a unique, paradise-like place! Again…the PEOPLE! I hate to used the same words again and again, but, so WONDERFUL was that whole experience!! I could easily see coming back to Hoi An and spending a week or more just at that Resort and in browsing around the Old City and surrounding areas of DaNang.
The Liberty Central Hotel in Saigan felt special too. We couldn’t get over at so many of these hotels…..each one of these hotels….the FOOD was beyond remarkable! Such an array of choices and taste sensations! An apparent tradition in Asia is the welcome drink….what a great thing! It is such a nice gesture…not at all expected, and so revitalizing to a traveler/tourist. The people who worked at every single hotel in which we stayed were so warm and accommodating…such easy people with whom to engage.
The Lapis Hotel in Hanoi …..again….more of the same ….just great!
Inasmuch as every Hotel was wonderful…if there was one that was not quite as great as we’d come to expect, it would be the Siam Hotel in Thailand. The room was darker…older, a tad bit less appealing…overlooked less ‘scenic’ things….BUT….once again, the people are what can really make a difference. A gentleman that sits at the door made a recommendation to us for massages….and with the location being some distance from us…he made arrangements for someone from the hotel to take us there!! Unbelievably nice!!
I need to point out also how great the guides were that accompanied us in our travels. Each one was refreshing, energized, informed and all were delightful. We probably connected most with our guide in DaNang though. “Toan” was our guide throughout the area of DaNang. He was SO fun…and connected with us so easily…amazing. We had such a great time with him that we felt like we’d known him for a long long time. He was kind of like a little ‘Mother Hen’ the way he watched out over us…and he had such a terrific sense of humor that we were laughing so much of the time.
It wasn’t my intent in writing to you …to write so much. It’s just flooding from me; all the memories of such an unforgettable time that I will carry in my soul for the rest of my life.
Thank you for taking my texts/calls when we were in the midst of the vacation and seemed to bump into temporary glitches….they all fixed themselves quickly, but I reached out just to create some awareness in case there was a problem of which early awareness could make a difference. Thank you also for encouraging us to maintain the plan to participate in the motorcycle tour with Vietnam Backstreets. Our tour guide was “Boo”….and there was another driver….think his name was “Hue”….”Boo” caused me to forget my worries and trust that I’d be alright riding on the back of his cycle. Both Mary and I had our reservations about doing that part of the tour….and both of us have said to each other how thankful we are that we DID it! LOVED it!!
The recommendation has been made to every person I know who may be traveling to Asia to get in touch with INDOCHINA PIONEERS to help them with planning their trip. This trip is like no other I’ve ever taken before, and I’m sure such a trip could never be repeated in future trip that could even begin to compare with this one. Strangely enough, Co-V issues worked in our favor…and the timing was spot on! (GULP!) We arrived in Asia before things had festered up all over the world like they did in the weeks we were IN Asia…and then, we got back to the US just in the ‘nick of time’ before all the stringent restrictions were put into place all over! Who KNEW?!!!!
Just wanted to let you know what a great job you and everyone associated with you did….and how much we appreciated it all.
Thank-you, thank-you, THANK-YOU!!
Ruth Achterhoff-Aust…on behalf of both myself, and Mary Young.
"Great Experience during Corona Virus"
We had a tour in March 2020 which was provided by Ryan Mac. He was very helpful in creating a tour according to our interests and wishes. Hung, our tour guide, was excellent he told us a lot of information about Vietnam, cultural and historical wise. During the tour he also changed plans in consolation with us. Unfortunately, the Corona Virus had made us changed several destinations we have planned to go to.
But he always had an alternative option for us so that we continued our trip but with another great alternative.
All and all we were in very good hands. We can only recommend Ryan, Hung and Indochina Pioneer. We will definitely book a tour by Indochina Pioneer on our next trip in Vietnam. Many thanks!
Jonathan TambioCalifornia, USA
"Multi-Country Tour – UNESCO World Heritage Sites"
An amazing adventure. Mr. Ryan Mac assisted with customizing the UNESCO World Heritage Sites tour for our needs. We weren’t interested in certain tours listed on their brochure, and he suggested different activities for us. 3 different countries, 6 different guides – Soukon in Siem Reap; Oun in Luang Prabang; Vito in Hanoi; Huong in Nha Phong; Trang in Hue/Hoi An; and Kim Sa in Ho Chi Minh City – all different personalities, all professional, knowledgeable, helpful, and friendly. Even though there were a lot of sites to see, activities to do – traveling with an elderly mother, they showed patience and understanding, taking care to assist my mom with large, uneven steps, stairs, and other obstacles that would hinder most mobility-challenged individuals. Our drivers took care to keep us safe on the road as we traveled to and fro, maneuvering through the traffic to get us to our destinations. This was a stress-free, relaxing vacation!. I highly recommend Indochina Pioneer, as well as Mr. Ryan Mac!!!
"Very accommodating, excellent guides"
Kata worked with us to create a tour that went where we wanted to go. We started planning with one of their itineraries, and then asked for a lot of changes to make it own our tour. Kata accommodated every request without a problem. All of the guides were good, some were excellent (Trang in Dalat, Cong in Hue/Hoi An, Vito in Hanoi). The hotels and private cars were all very good. The restaurants they include in the tour are usually higher-end restaurants that make Vietnamese food for tourists. If we were to do it over, we would ask them to take us to more restaurants where Vietnamese people eat, and I’m sure they would have no problem doing that. I have no hesitation in recommending Indochina Pioneer.
Alan TurnerBelfast, United Kingdom
"Top class company"
Booked a 15 tour of Cambodia & Vietnam with these guys. And what a tour it was.
On arrival, they were there at the airport to greet us. And for the following 15 days, the looked after us wonderfully. Every day they were at our hotel with guide and driver in great air con, cars with cold water bottles. We used 5 different guides in various city’s
And each one was great. Well dressed, great local knowledge and very helpful. All on time and happy to change things to suit us. They booked all our hotels and internal flights and paid for all entrances to temples boat trips etc.
They brought us to the airports and helped with check-ins. Nothing was a problem.
I can honestly say it the best tour company we have used in 35 years traveling.
A special thanks to Phuong Nguyen who organised the entire trip for us she was amazing. I changed my mind lots of times and she just adjusted things to suit us.
She even called our hotel in Hanoi to check on us.
What an asset for her company.
Indochina Pioneer is a great company. I would strongly recommend them. 5 stars.