1-800-935-2620 Speak to a Tour Expert

The Most Southeast Asia: Thailand, Vietnam & Cambodia

Operator
G Adventures
Days
33
From
USD $2,479
Why Pay Retail? Call us for a quick quote!

Dates & Prices

*Please Note: Internal Flights are not included in the price.
Start Date End Date OffersBrochure
Land Price
Our PriceQuote
From
Sunday,
Mar 17, 2024
To
Thursday,
Apr 18, 2024
Call Us$3,249Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
Apr 07, 2024
To
Thursday,
May 09, 2024
Call Us$3,099Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
Apr 21, 2024
To
Thursday,
May 23, 2024
Call Us$3,099Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
May 05, 2024
To
Thursday,
Jun 06, 2024
Best$2,479Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
May 19, 2024
To
Thursday,
Jun 20, 2024
Best$2,479Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
Jun 23, 2024
To
Thursday,
Jul 25, 2024
Best$2,599Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
Jun 30, 2024
To
Thursday,
Aug 01, 2024
Call Us$3,249Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
Jul 07, 2024
To
Thursday,
Aug 08, 2024
Call Us$3,249Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
Jul 21, 2024
To
Thursday,
Aug 22, 2024
Call Us$3,249Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
Jul 28, 2024
To
Thursday,
Aug 29, 2024
Call Us$3,249Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
Aug 04, 2024
To
Thursday,
Sep 05, 2024
Call Us$3,249Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
Aug 11, 2024
To
Thursday,
Sep 12, 2024
Call Us$3,249Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
Aug 25, 2024
To
Thursday,
Sep 26, 2024
Call Us$3,099Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
Sep 01, 2024
To
Thursday,
Oct 03, 2024
Call Us$3,099Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
Sep 15, 2024
To
Thursday,
Oct 17, 2024
Call Us$3,099Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
Sep 29, 2024
To
Thursday,
Oct 31, 2024
Call Us$3,099Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
Oct 06, 2024
To
Thursday,
Nov 07, 2024
Call Us$3,249Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
Oct 20, 2024
To
Thursday,
Nov 21, 2024
Call Us$3,249Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
Nov 03, 2024
To
Thursday,
Dec 05, 2024
Call Us$3,249Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
Nov 17, 2024
To
Thursday,
Dec 19, 2024
Call Us$3,249Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
Nov 24, 2024
To
Thursday,
Dec 26, 2024
Call Us$3,249Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
Dec 08, 2024
To
Thursday,
Jan 09, 2025
Call Us$3,399Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
Dec 22, 2024
To
Thursday,
Jan 23, 2025
Call Us$3,399Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
Dec 29, 2024
To
Thursday,
Jan 30, 2025
Call Us$3,399Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
Jan 05, 2025
To
Thursday,
Feb 06, 2025
Call Us$3,399Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
Jan 12, 2025
To
Thursday,
Feb 13, 2025
Call Us$3,399Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
Jan 26, 2025
To
Thursday,
Feb 27, 2025
Call Us$3,399Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
Feb 02, 2025
To
Thursday,
Mar 06, 2025
Call Us$3,399Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
Feb 16, 2025
To
Thursday,
Mar 20, 2025
Call Us$3,399Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
Feb 23, 2025
To
Thursday,
Mar 27, 2025
Call Us$3,399Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
Mar 09, 2025
To
Thursday,
Apr 10, 2025
Call Us$3,249Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
Mar 23, 2025
To
Thursday,
Apr 24, 2025
Call Us$3,249Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
Apr 20, 2025
To
Thursday,
May 22, 2025
Call Us$3,099Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
May 04, 2025
To
Thursday,
Jun 05, 2025
Call Us$3,099Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
Jun 08, 2025
To
Thursday,
Jul 10, 2025
Call Us$3,249Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
Jun 29, 2025
To
Thursday,
Jul 31, 2025
Call Us$3,249Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
Jul 13, 2025
To
Thursday,
Aug 14, 2025
Call Us$3,249Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
Jul 20, 2025
To
Thursday,
Aug 21, 2025
Call Us$3,249Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
Aug 17, 2025
To
Thursday,
Sep 18, 2025
Call Us$3,099Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
Aug 31, 2025
To
Thursday,
Oct 02, 2025
Call Us$3,099Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
Sep 28, 2025
To
Thursday,
Oct 30, 2025
Call Us$3,099Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
Oct 05, 2025
To
Thursday,
Nov 06, 2025
Call Us$3,249Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
Oct 19, 2025
To
Thursday,
Nov 20, 2025
Call Us$3,249Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
Oct 26, 2025
To
Thursday,
Nov 27, 2025
Call Us$3,249Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
Nov 09, 2025
To
Thursday,
Dec 11, 2025
Call Us$3,249Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
Nov 16, 2025
To
Thursday,
Dec 18, 2025
Call Us$3,249Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
Nov 30, 2025
To
Thursday,
Jan 01, 2026
Call Us$3,249Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
Dec 07, 2025
To
Thursday,
Jan 08, 2026
Call Us$3,399Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
Dec 21, 2025
To
Thursday,
Jan 22, 2026
Call Us$3,399Get Lower PriceGet Quote
From
Sunday,
Dec 28, 2025
To
Thursday,
Jan 29, 2026
Call Us$3,399Get Lower PriceGet Quote
* Internal Flights are not included in the price

Promotions

Itinerary

Book With Flexibility

  • Peace of Mind
    Book by December 31, 2023 for travel through December 31, 2023, and you may change or rebook up to 45 days before your trip. Restrictions apply.
  • Change Destination / Vacation
    Change to a different destination or vacation.
  • Change Dates
    Choose new departure dates if your plans change.
  • Great Service
    Award-winning service, low prices, client satisfaction

Tour Itinerary

Sample street eats in Southeast Asia's top foodie cities, Explore local night markets in search of the perfect souvenir, Hit all the instagrammable hot spots in temples and the Mekong Delta, Descend into the remote Vinh Moc Tunnels used in the Vietnam war, Kick back on the beach in Vietnam and Cambodia, Sample deep-fried tarantula at Skun Market, Join the party in street bars and on iconic Khao San Road.

  1. Day 1
    Bangkok
    Arrive at any time, and kick back at the hostel, or head out to explore the city before meeting up with fellow Roamies in the evening. Hungry? Hop on a tuk tuk and head to Chinatown where your CEO will lead you through the alleys and backstreets on a street food crawl. Savour your first taste of the best eats in Thailand-yum!
    Activity: Your opportunity to meet your CEO and fellow travellers, and learn more about your tour. Opt to join the group for a local meal afterwards. Don't forget to see the notice in the lobby (or ask reception) for the official time and place to meet up with the group.
    Transport: Scoot quickly around the big cities inside a three-wheeled mini-taxi.
    Activity: Bangkok's Chinatown is renowned for its mouthwatering street food. Follow your CEO through the backstreets and hidden laneways to sample the very best street-eats on offer.
    Accommodation: Villa Cha Cha Khaosan-Rambuttri (or similar)

    Meals:   Dinner
  2. Day 2
    Srinakarin Dam NP, Kanchanaburi
    Ready to explore the "Venice of the east?" Climb aboard a motorized long-tail boat and zoom along the canals-known as klongs, that snake through Bangkok. Catch a glimpse of local life by the river; wooden houses built on stilts and ferries taking people to work, temples and school. Is it lunchtime yet? Good, because the next stop is Yimsoo Cafe, a G Adventures-supported project where you'll slurp up a filling boat noodle lunch. Then it's bye-bye big city as you head out for an overnight stay like no other on a unique floating-raft accommodation at Srinakarin Dam NP. It's playtime here-choose to chill out on the deck, dive in for a refreshing swim, explore in a kayak or go for a wet-raft ride. Tonight you can fill up with a delicious Thai barbecue. Having fun yet? Of course you are and it's only day 2.
    Activity: Travel by longtail boat on the busy Chao Phraya River and through the small canals of western Bangkok's Thonburi district. Observe colourful scenes of everyday life along the river banks.
    Activity: Visit Yimsoo Cafe, a G Adventures-supported project that offers training and economic opportunities for people living with disabilities. Visit the gallery which showcases paintings and drawings by some of the talented artists in the project. Then enjoy a briefing from one of the founders and learn about some of the initiatives they are working on, including the training kitchen where we have a delicious boat noodle lunch.
    Transport: Settle in and scan the scenery from the convenience of a private vehicle.
    Free Time: Kick back and relax at this unique overnight stay. Hit up the bar, swim, play on the water rides, or choose to rent kayaks or jet skis.
    Accommodation: Phae Siam Khuean Sri (or similar)

    Meals:   Breakfast   Lunch   Dinner
  3. Day 3
    Kanchanaburi
    Ready to explore? Head out to the infamous Hellfire Pass and delve into some World War II sites, walk along the trail and visit Saiyok Noi Waterfall area for a tasty local lunch. All aboard as you jump on the local train, commonly known as the Death Railway and chug towards Kanchanaburi town. Visit the famed Bridge over the river Kwai, the Thailand-Burma Railway museum, and the war cemetery before heading to the hostel for some down time. Beer o'clock anyone?
    Activity: Visit the Hell Fire Pass Memorial Museum to learn about the Death Railway's dark history; the track was built by POWs who were made to cut through the rock of the Tenasserim Hills using only hand tools.
    Activity: Jump onboard the Death Railway Train headed towards Kanchanaburi town. The "Thailand-Burma Railway" was nicknamed "Death Railway" as over 100,000 forced labourers (including POWs from WW2 and Asian slave labour) died in its construction between 1942 and 1943.
    Activity: Take in a piece of World War II history on this visit. We're sure you've seen or at least heard of the famous movie "Bridge on the River Kwai." Well, now you can tour the real thing. It's massive, majestic, and imposing, offering fabulous views of the river below.
    Activity: Visit the Thai-Burmese Railway Museum to learn about the Death Railway's dark history, and the Allied War Cemetery where more than 6,000 prisoners are buried.
    Transport: Settle in and scan the scenery from the convenience of a private vehicle.
    Accommodation: Pongphen Guesthouse & Bungalows (or similar)

    Meals:   Breakfast   Lunch
  4. Day 4
    Kanchanaburi/Ayutthaya
    Ready for another epic day? Of course you are! Stop by a rice farm then fill up on pad thai from a local shop before jumping on a bike at the iconic Ayutthaya ruins. Snap that perfect picture at the Mahathat temple-famed for its Buddha head in the root of a banyan tree. Cycle around the massive reclining Buddha at Wat Logayasutharam in search of the perfect angle. After, hop on a boat for a ride around the city's island and stop at Wat Chai Wattanaram for more insta-worthy pics. Want more? Visit the food market and choose to share a plate of river prawns before hopping into a rocket-nosed tuk tuk to the train station. That was a busy day! Regain your strength in a sleeper car during the overnight train ride heading north.
    Activity: Stop by a small local farm and learn about rice farming.
    Transport: Settle in and scan the scenery from the convenience of a private vehicle.
    Activity: Cycle this UNESCO World heritage site, enjoy the ride through the ruins and hop off to take some great photos. Ayuthaya served as Thailand's capital from the 14th to 18th centuries, when it ranked as one of the most magnificent cities in the world. Late in the 17th century its population reached one million, and foreign visitors wrote awestruck accounts of its size and splendour.
    Activity: Hop on a boat and view life on the waterways around Ayutthaya City island, passing Catholic churches, mosques and Buddhist temples. Make one stop along the way to visit Wat Chai Wattanaram, considered one of the most beautiful temples from the 17th century.
    Transport: Climb aboard and get your float on.
    Transport: Scoot quickly around the big cities inside a three-wheeled mini-taxi.
    Transport: Experience overnight travel like a local. Sit back and get some well-earned (and likely much-needed) rest en route to your next stop.

    Meals:   Breakfast   Lunch
  5. Day 5
    Chiang Mai
    Hit the ground running as you disembark the train and climb on one of the famous red Songthaews-a local open-air truck. Khao soi for breakfast?? Yes, please! Stop at a street-side shop for this traditional northern Thai noodle soup with coconut milk and sweet curry-yum! From here walk through the old town to your hostel, then the afternoon is yours. Sample delicious street food, visit temples or just kick back with your new friends with a Singha lager. Later, delve into the bustling Chiang Mai night bazaar. Shop-til-you drop, kick your feet up in a lounge chair for a foot massage or try the bizarre, yet satisfying fish pedicure. Living your best life? Yeah!.
    Transport: Grab a seat on the bench aboard this uniquely Southeast Asian commuter bus.
    Activity: Walk the inner Old Town of Chiang Mai with your CEO who will point out the basic landmarks and points of interest.
    Free Time: Chiang Mai has so much to offer! Not sure what to do, no problem-your CEO can help you decide.
    Activity: Pick up a a souvenir at this shopper's paradise. Wander through the market to find music, food, and local artists selling handmade crafts.
    Accommodation: Hostelworld 33 Poshtel (or similar)

    Meals:   Breakfast
  6. Day 6
    Chiang Mai
    Early riser? Come on, there must be some! Join in the age-old tradition of alms giving to local monks at the foot of the Suthep Hill. After, indulge in a blessing and do some chanting at Wat Prathat Doi Suthep. The rest of the day you are free to do as much or as little as you desire-your CEO has you covered. Feeling zen? There are hundreds of Buddhist temples to visit. Feeling active? Jump on a bicycle or tuk tuk to explore the countryside. Or, how about channeling your inner chef at a cooking class learning to make a perfect Pad Thai. Freedom can also be hanging back at the hostel, as always, you're the boss! Just be back in time, cause tonight you've got a date with your new besties.
    Activity: Rise early and watch the daily dawn ceremony of saffron-robed monks walking through town to receive alms from local residents. Residents prepare food for the monks as a way of giving thanks. Seeing this custom is a beautiful way to gain insight into local culture and the Buddhist religion. Please be respectful and quietly observe.
    Activity: Visit Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, a golden Buddhist temple outside of Chiang Mai on the Mt Doi Suthep. Climb 300 steps to reach the temple and be rewarded with an unforgettable view. Admire the many Buddhist relics at this sacred temple and visit the white elephant shrine. Legend has it that the location of the temple was chosen after a white elephant carried a relic to the mountain and trumpeted three times before dying on the spot. Also, with a little luck, you may witness the chanting of the monks.
    Free Time: Cooking, cycling, shopping, lounging-so much to do! The choice is yours.
    Accommodation: Hostelworld 33 Poshtel (or similar)

    Meals:   Breakfast
  7. Day 7
    Chiang Mai/Hanoi
    Ready for Vietnam? Don't fret the details, we've got you covered. An included flight will get you to Hanoi in time to kick back at the hostel, or head out to explore the city before meeting up with fellow Roamies. Ready for some fun? Of course you are! Jump on a cyclo and take a thrilling ride around Hanoi's old quarter to watch the streets come alive at night. Finish off with some tasty street eats for dinner.
    Transport: Look! Up in the sky! It's a bird! It's a plane! It's... yup, it is a plane, actually.
    Activity: Take a seat on a cyclo for a tour of Hanoi's lively Old Quarter. Let the driver navigate through the bustling streets and start taking some photos or just use the tour to help get familiar with the area.
    Accommodation: Nexy Hostel (or similar)

    Meals:   Breakfast   Dinner
  8. Day 8
    Hanoi
    Freedom! Today is yours to explore and your CEO will help get you sorted. Want to immerse yourself in Hanoi-take a full day city tour. Feeling the culinary vibe-we'll book you a cooking class. Looking to escape-we'll get you on a full day excursion to Halong Bay. How's that for options? Regardless of your plans, you'll group back together for dinner at the famed Hoa Sua Training Restaurant. With full bellies, it's time for a microbrewery crawl including a stop at Hanoi's most popular beer joint-Bia Hoi corner. Pull up a plastic stool and order a local draught. Cheers!
    Free Time: Hanoi has so much to offer-get out and explore. Choose to visit sites such as Tran Quoc Pagoda and the Temple of Literature (Văn Miếu). Book a cycling tour or cooking class; or take a full day excursion to Halong Bay. The choice is yours.
    Activity: Savour a meal of Western (mainly French) and Vietnamese cuisine at this restaurant while supporting a training program that prepares local disadvantaged youth for careers in the culinary arts. After over 20 years of operation the Hoa Sua School has trained more than 7,000 young people giving them the skills to overcome poverty, many of them going on to have very successful careers.
    Activity: Follow your CEO to the famous Bia Hoi corner and pull up a plastic stool with a mix of locals and visitors. Order up the local brew and make some new friends. Later, explore Hanoi's burgeoning craft beer scene with a visit to a few of the cities best microbreweries.
    Accommodation: Nexy Hostel (or similar)

    Meals:   Breakfast   Dinner
  9. Day 9
    Hanoi
    Ready for more? Hanoi has so much to offer and you'll have another full free day to enjoy the city. Food, adventure, culture, relaxation-we've got you covered. This evening, meet up with fellow Roamies and get ready to indulge your inner foodie. Head out for a walk through the back streets and markets of the city's old quarter, sampling local favourites like "nem ran" and "banh goi." Take a pit stop at a street-side bar then swing by Hanoi Food Culture restaurant, a G Values Fund Project, and try the city's signature specialty egg coffee. Having fun yet? Of course you are!
    Free Time: Hanoi is yours to explore. Choose from a variety of activities in and outside the city, just ask your CEO.
    Accommodation: Nexy Hostel (or similar)

    Meals:   Breakfast   Dinner
  10. Day 10
    Hanoi/Ninh Bình
    Ready to hit the backroads? Let's go! Start with a visit to Tam Chuc Pagoda, the largest in southeast Asia. Continue on to Ninh Binh and gaze in awe at the limestone cliffs rising up from the rice fields. No filters required as this landscape is already picture-perfect. Ready to chill? Enjoy some free time, you deserve it. Kick back at the hostel and meet some new friends over a cold one, rent a paddle boat or bike to explore off the beaten trail in the beautiful countryside. The choice is yours!
    Activity: Visit Tam Chuc Pagoda on a CEO-guided tour then take some free time to explore on your own. Opened in 2019, Tam Chuc is the largest pagoda in Southeast Asia. It is a truly beautiful site with the sparkling lake in front and the rolling green mountains behind. Follow along with the many pilgrims who visit here for reflection and prayers.
    Transport: Settle in and scan the scenery from the convenience of a private vehicle.
    Free Time: Enjoy a free afternoon to do as much, or as little as your please.
    Accommodation: Trang An River View Homestay (or similar)

    Meals:   Breakfast
  11. Day 11
    Ninh Bình
    Today is yours-get out and explore! Go temple-hopping, biking or hike through rice fields. Feeling energetic? Trek up to Hang Mua Peak for ridiculous views of the surrounding countryside. Adventurous? Jump in a small boat to explore the Trang An Grottoes-small caves found along the canals and lakes only accessible by water. Lazy? No worries, chill out at the hostel and catch up on your social feeds. Whatever you choose, don't forget to pack-up before heading out to catch the overnight sleeper train-All Aboard!
    Free Time: You've got the whole day to do as you please. Bike, hike, boat or feet-up, the choice is yours!
    Transport: Stretch out and get some well-earned rest en route to the next stop.

    Meals:   Breakfast
  12. Day 12
    Dong Hoi/Phong Nha
    Are you ready to dive into local life even more? Of course you are! Let's start at the expansive Dong Hoi fish market, a bustling collection of vendors selling all manner of seafood. Hungry? Stop by a stall for a traditional Vietnamese breakfast of Banh Mi-served on soft French baguettes, they are a fusion of French and Vietnamese cuisine. Now you're fuelled up, hop on a bike and ride out into the gorgeous rural countryside. How 'bout some down time? It's been a busy day so head to your hostel in Phong Nha to relax and share your adventures with your mates.
    Activity: Explore the vibrant Dong Hoi wet/fish market with your CEO. The market is bustling in the early morning where locals come to buy and sell all manner of products including: seafood, vegetables, fruit, chickens, spices; even, frogs! After walking around the market we will grab a traditional Vietnamese breakfast of Banh Mi. The famed Banh mi sandwiches are a typical street food that originated in Saigon and are heavily influence by French cuisine. They are served on French baguettes with a French and Vietnamese fusion inside. Typically, they are mad up of pickled carrots, daikon, chiles, cucumber slices, cilantro, mayo, and (if you choose) a meat.
    Activity: Hop on a bike and take a short cycling tour of Dong Hoi and the nearby villages. Gently peddle along through the countryside admiring the beautiful landscape and rural way of life including a stop at Bao Ninh fishing village.
    Transport: Settle in and scan the scenery from the convenience of a private vehicle.
    Accommodation: Central Backpacker Hostel (or similar)

    Meals:   Breakfast
  13. Day 13
    Phong Nha
    Live it up with a full free day in Phong Nha-an adventure lovers paradise! Caving anyone? You can't miss the chance to explore the world's largest cave system. Don't forget the waterproof case because these shots will make you the envy of your social feeds. Something else perhaps? Your CEO knows all the insiders for hiking and biking excursions throughout this stunning, vast wilderness. You must be thirsty by now? Then it's time to chill out with the option to join a sunset bar crawl with the gang-freedom never tasted so good!
    Free Time: The day is yours with options for hiking and biking. We highly recommend the awe-inspiring caves of Phong Nha-Kẻ Bàng National Park, where the oldest karst mountains and longest caves in Asia are found.
    Accommodation: Central Backpacker Hostel (or similar)

    Meals:   Breakfast
  14. Day 14
    Phong Nha/Hu?
    Ready to explore underground? Find out as you descend into the Vinh Moc tunnels (like the Cu Chi tunnels without the crowds), built by local villagers during the Vietnam War. After, find your way to Hue (pun intended) for a free afternoon. Feeling adventurous? Hop on the back of a motorbike for a thrilling ride around town. Curious? Visit the historic Citadel and Royal tombs. Chill? Kick back at the hostel or lounge at a riverside bar. Does it get any better than this? I think not.
    Transport: Settle in and scan the scenery from the convenience of a private vehicle.
    Activity: Built by local villagers to escape World War II bombings, take a guided tour of the Vinh Moc tunnels in a former Vietnamese demilitarized zone. Learn about the history of this complex underground cave system and its stories of human resilience.
    Free Time: Take some free time to explore Hua your way!
    Accommodation: Amy Hostel (or similar)

    Meals:   Breakfast
  15. Day 15
    Hu?/Hoi An
    Ready for an epic day? Let's jump into open-top jeeps for a thrilling drive across iconic Hai Van pass. First stop is the city of ghosts at the infamous An Bang cemetery. Need to cool down? Hit beautiful Lang Co Beach for a refreshing dip in the sea and traditional local lunch. Continue to fill your social feeds with shots from Da Nang bay, an abandoned French fort and Marble mountain pagoda. Seen enough? Of course you haven't! Hoi An awaits with a walk through the old town ending at a lively riverside bar. How's that for epic?
    Transport: Settle in and scan the scenery from the convenience of a private vehicle.
    Activity: Step off the beaten path and visit An Bang Cemetery-one of the largest cemeteries in the country. Covering 250 hectares, it's locally known as the City of Ghosts and is famous for its extravagant tombs for their deceased family members. Many stand two or three stories high and showcase elaborate ornate gold carvings often featuring dragons and other mythical creatures. Some of the larger tombs even include fully functional bedrooms, bathrooms and kitchens reflecting loved ones strong belief of the afterlife, and the practice of honouring beloved ancestors.
    Activity: Enjoy a stop at Beautiful Lang Co Beach. Walk along the palm lined white sand beach and take a dip in the calm turquoise coloured waters.
    Activity: Drive through the spectacular Hai Van Pass, a 20km stretch of road that represents the division between northern and southern Vietnam, and is also one of the country's highest points at 500m above sea level. In Vietnamese, Hai Van roughly translates to "sea of clouds" and it's easy to see why. As your vehicle winds through the mountain roads, you'll see misty peaks rise above the South China Sea, with glimpses of pristine beaches, forests and the cityscape of Da Nang along the way.
    Activity: Join your CEO on a stroll through the winding streets of Hoi An's Old Town and spot Chinese assembly halls, historic homes, and well-preserved pagodas along the way. (Entrance fee to Hoi An's Old Town is not included)
    Accommodation: Hostelworld Bed Station Hostel & Pool Bar Hoi An (or similar)

    Meals:   Breakfast   Lunch
  16. Day 16
    Hoi An
    Ready to explore? Hoi An offers so much and you'll have an entire free day to do as you choose. Discover the ancient old town by bike or boat, or go further afield on an excursion to My Son or the Golden Bridge and Ba Na Hills. Don't worry about the details, your CEO has all the right contacts. Later, meet up with your Roamies for dinner at one of the stylish restaurants in the ancient town of Hoi An. Hop out of your comfort zone and try Nem Rán, Gỏi Đu Đủ Bò Khô, or how about Cao Lầu; you'll find all the local favourites here. Yummy!
    Free Time: Enjoy a free day in Hoi An. You'll have lots to choose from, just ask your CEO for options.
    Accommodation: Hostelworld Bed Station Hostel & Pool Bar Hoi An (or similar)

    Meals:   Breakfast   Dinner
  17. Day 17
    Hoi An/Qui Nhon
    Ready for some noodles? Then let's dig in! Start the day with a cooking class at the G Adventures-supported Oodles of Noodles training school, enjoying your creations for lunch. Afterwards, you're free to do as much (or as little) as you choose. Feeling fancy? Get fitted for a custom suit. Creative? Learn to make Vietnamese lanterns. Thirsty? pull up a stool at one of the many river-side bars and cafes. Later, it's all-aboard for the overnight train heading south. Settle into your sleeper cabin and catch some zzzzz's.
    Activity: Try some of the oodles of noodles (more than 26 types!) available in the city in this tasty cooking class. Run by our G for Good partners, STREETS International, this class was developed exclusively for G Adventures. Former street youth that are part of this hospitality training program, will help you prepare and cook a number of different types of noodles. This program helps these youth practice their English, increasing their skill-set and opportunities available to them in the tourism industry. Enjoy your yummy creations while learning more about the local cuisine and this initiative which empowers street youth through skills and employment training.
    Free Time: Your afternoon is free to relax, explore or try optional activities like making traditional lanterns, and visiting the ruins of My Son. Your CEO has lots of ideas if you need them.
    Transport: Stretch out and get some well-earned rest en route to the next stop.

    Meals:   Breakfast   Lunch
  18. Day 18
    Qui Nhon
    Jump off the train and head to Thap Doi to explore the imposing Cham temples. Hungry? You'll stop by Eoi Gio for a local breakfast and walk along the gorgeous coastline. OK, enough is enough, are you ready to hit the beach? Of course you are! With it's white sand and crystal blue water, Ky Co beach is exactly where you want to be. This remote spot is perfect to spend a chill afternoon or grab a snorkel to spot pristine corals and colourful fish. Speaking of fish, later you'll visit one of Qui Nhon's best seafood restaurants for dinner. Try local favourites like Bun thit nuong, Banh Xeo, and banh beo chen-you'll be bursting after this awesome feast!
    Activity: The Quy Nhon province has the highest number of Champaera ruins in Vietnam. The Cham temples were built in the 11th century by Champa rulers and you will visit the ruins of Thap Doi towers. These ancient sandstone structures have very similar characteristics as the Angkor complex in Cambodia.
    Activity: Take a walk to explore the beautiful Eo Gió (translated as "Windy Waist") coastline. Admire the jagged cliffs, hidden caves, and deep blue water as it smashes into the massive rocks. Swimming is not allowed, but you can cool off your feet in the rushing waves and keep your eyes open for fish and marine wildlife.
    Transport: Settle in and scan the scenery from the convenience of a private vehicle.
    Activity: Visit beautiful Ky Co beach (Bãi Kỳ Co) considered one of the best beaches in Vietnam (known as the "Maldives of Vietnam"). Walk along the white sand and dive in to the crystal-clear blue water. Choose to do some snorkelling where you can view massive corals and colourful fish.
    Accommodation: 5 Elements Hostel, Qui Nhon (or similar)

    Meals:   Breakfast   Dinner
  19. Day 19
    Qui Nhon/Nha Trang
    Settle in to your private ride for a bit of a drive today. Catch up on your feeds, take a nap but get ready for a gorgeous stop along the way. Gành Đá Dĩa, known as the Giant's Causeway of Vietnam offers amazing views and angles for your pics-snap away! Next stop is the 100 Egg Mud Baths in the resort city of Nha Trang. Climb into the bizarre egg-shaped mud and mineral pools and soak away. The evening is then yours-ready to party? There are a gazillion options and your CEO will suggest the best of the best nightclubs and beach bars for your enjoyment. Really hope you had a nap on the bus.
    Transport: Settle in and scan the scenery from the convenience of a private vehicle.
    Activity: Stop at Gành Đá Dĩa, known as the "Giant's Causeway of Vietnam." This unique landscape is a result of volcanic activity millions of years ago where lava flows reached the sea, solidified and cracks formed the stunning basalt columns. Erosion over thousands of years did the rest, creating unique shapes and forms seen today.
    Activity: Visit the unique 100 Egg Mud Baths and soak away. This spa is set against a beautiful backdrop of mountains and the "egg" theme can be seen throughout. Sink into one of the egg-shaped mud baths and soak away.
    Accommodation: Bondi Backpackers Nha Trang (or similar)

    Meals:   Breakfast
  20. Day 20
    Nha Trang/Ho Chi Minh City
    Freedom! The day is yours to enjoy Nha Trang's many beach options. Find a spot and stretch out on your towel to catch some rays and play in the surf. Stroll the extensive promenade for shopping, bars and fun. Why not channel your inner child at the waterpark or jump on a boat for a snorkelling tour-the choice is yours! Tonight brush off the sand and hop back on the train for your overnight journey back to the big city.
    Free Time: Enjoy a full free day in Nha Trang. Choose to hit the beach, go snorkelling, or visit local shops, beach bars and markets.
    Transport: Stretch out and get some well-earned rest en route to the next stop.

    Meals:   Breakfast
  21. Day 21
    Ho Chi Minh City
    Welcome to Ho Chi Minh City-this thriving metropolis will not disappoint! Head out on a walking tour visiting bustling Ben Thanh market, Reunification Palace and the French quarter. Hungry? Your CEO will order up HCMC's most famous dish; pho-the breakfast of champions. After slurping up your noodles, you are free-why not hop on a cyclo or motorbike tour, visit the infamous Cu Chi tunnels or head back to the hostel to relax. Whatever you do, don't forget to warm up your vocal cords and throw on your most outrageous frock because it's time for karaoke. You'll have a farewell party like no other in one of the city's top sing-along bars. Neon lights, blaring tunes and roaring crowds will entice you to the stage. Get ready-you're next. Own it!
    Activity: Walk to the bustling Ben Thanh Market, filled with everyday goods, handicrafts, clothing, souvenirs, and lively hawkers trying to win over a customer. Continue to the Reunification Palace and learn about the power struggle between Vietnam's North and South regions. Continue to the French Quarter and admire its colonial architecture. See the Notre Dame Cathedral, Old Central Post Office, City Hall and the Opera House, before ending the tour at the quirky Cafe Apartments.
    Activity: Wander this bustling market for more insight into Ho Chi Minh City. Pick up souvenirs, sample local cuisine, and experience local living. Learn a little history along the way; Ben Thanh started as a cluster of street vendors selling wares by the Saigon River, and was formalized into a true market in 1859.
    Free Time: The afternoon is yours, get out and explore this bustling city.
    Activity: Enjoy a night out at one of Ho Chi Minh Citys' most popular karaoke bars!
    Accommodation: Phan Anh Backpacker (or similar)

    Meals:   Breakfast
  22. Day 22
    Ho Chi Minh City
    Late night? You've got the entire day to recover, or rally and get out and explore! The city pulses with excitement offering a myriad of experiences to engage your senses. From the back of a motorbike, encased in a cyclo or on your own two feet-Ho Chi Minh City makes you feel alive. Whatever you choose, meet up later with your fellow Roamies for some nosh. Your CEO knows all the secret spots and will lead you on a street food walk sampling the best of local dishes and delicacies the city has to offer. Delish!
    Free Time: Today you are free to go your own way. With so much to choose, chat with your CEO for some suggestions.
    Activity: Follow your CEO on a delicious street food crawl through the bustling streets of Ho Chi Minh City. Sample a range of local dishes and delicacies that will off the best tastes of Vietnam.
    Accommodation: Phan Anh Backpacker (or similar)

    Meals:   Breakfast   Dinner
  23. Day 23
    Ho Chi Minh City/Châu ??c
    Ready to hit the road? Catch your private ride to Chau Doc in the famed Mekong delta then let's go full on local! Jump on the back of a motorbike and explore. Zoom up to the mysterious Hang Pagoda on the slopes of the mountain and mix with the many pilgrims who visit here. It's time to get zen-inhale the ever-burning incense, observe the rituals and dissolve into the background of chanting and temple bells. After, ride up to the peak of the sacred Sam mountain and settle into a gently swinging hammock. Gaze in awe at the stunning views at sunset over the surrounding delta. No need to pinch yourself, you really are here!
    Transport: Settle in and scan the scenery from the convenience of a private vehicle.
    Activity: Enjoy a thrilling excursion to sacred Sam Mountain and Hang (cave) Pagoda by motorbike. Hang Pagoda, built between 1840 and 1845 sits on the slopes of the mountain and is a National Historical monument. The pagoda is a mysterious place which is revered by locals for it's legends of a connection to the afterlife. Continue on to the summit of Sam Mountain (284m), a very sacred place with almost 200 temples, pagodas, hermitages scattered about. At the peak there is an old fortress built by the French and the views from the summit are stunning. Here you'll stretch out in a hammock and watch the sunset over the rice fields and rivers below.
    Accommodation: Little Saigon Hostel (or similar)

    Meals:   Breakfast
  24. Day 24
    Châu ??c/Kampot
    Up late with your mates? Shake it off as today it's on! Hop in for a sunrise boat trip at the floating markets of Chau Doc and watch river life come alive. Weave between the boat vendors selling all manner of wares, food and drink-feel free to grab a tea or hot noodles from one of the hawkers. Wave at fishermen and ferries shuttling kids to school, stop in a small village and visit a fish farm. Tired? No worries you can catch a nap on the drive to the Cambodian border before heading to the fishing village of Kep. Follow in the footsteps of legendary Anthony Bourdain and explore the famous seafood market. Your CEO will pick the best crabs pulled directly from the sea and you'll dine on pepper crab on the spot. It doesn't get any more real than this. Ready for some down time? Us too-let's head to the hostel in Kampot and kick back for a bevvie (or three.) Cheers!
    Activity: Enjoy a sunrise boat trip around the floating markets of Chau Doc on the Bassac river. We weave between the various small boats selling their wares including vegetables, fruit and food and drink. Grab a coffee, tea or bowl of noodle soup from a friendly vendor along the way. Wave at the fishermen, children on the way to school, and locals making their way to the work or market. We also make a stop at a fish farm and small Cham village.
    Transport: Settle in and scan the scenery from the convenience of a private vehicle.
    Activity: Ready for a little more ink in your passport? Get ready to cross another country off your bucket list.
    Activity: Visit Kep, a small seaside town which is renowned for it's seafood, specifically crabs. Follow your CEO through the bustling Kep crab/seafood market showcasing all manner of seafood. After a bit of exploration, your CEO will find the freshest crabs available (often pulled directly from crab pots in the ocean). We'll then connect with a local cook with will prepare the famous pepper crab in the traditional style for us to enjoy for lunch.
    Accommodation: Bamboo Bungalow (or similar)

    Meals:   Breakfast   Lunch
  25. Day 25
    Kampot
    Freedom! Today is all yours to explore the sleepy town of Kampot. Looking to chill? That's easy-wander along the river and jump in for a swim, take a yoga class or hang at the hostel with your new-found friends. Want a bit more activity? No problem, your CEO has lots to suggest. Spice things up with a visit to a pepper farm, explore the countryside on a cycling tour or sit back with a beverage on a sunset river cruise. Just don't forget to catch up on your posts-EVERYONE is waiting to see what you do next. Enjoy!
    Free Time: The day is yours! Relax at the hostel or choose from a variety of activities such as cycling, swimming, tours and boat cruises.
    Accommodation: Bamboo Bungalow (or similar)

    Meals:   Breakfast
  26. Day 26
    Kampot/Koh Rong
    Ready for adventure? Head out to Monivong Bokor NP, a wild area known for its palace ruins overtaken by nature and spotted with stunning works of graffiti. Your CEO will lead you around this bizarre contrast of lush jungle and ruins, and jaw dropping coastal views. Now, are you ready for the beach? Of course you are! Travel to Serendipity pier and catch a ferry to the remote island of Koh Rong. Drop your bags at the hostel and head directly to the beach. Searching for paradise? Guess what, you're already there.
    Activity: Take a tour of beautiful Monivong Bokor National Park. Here we'll visit the nature-reclaimed ruins of Damnak Sla Khmao, the former King's residence that was was used between the 50s and 60s. The palace has fallen into ruin and is covered with stunning works of graffiti. It also offers a stunning viewpoint of the surrounding Bokor Hill, home to thosands of butterflies. Also visit the abandoned church at Bokor Hill Station which was built by the French and is now covered in orange moss. Walk to the top of Bokor Hill Station at 1048 metres above sea level to Wat Sampov Pram. Built by King Monivong it is the highest Pagoda in Cambodia. If we're lucky, we'll have clear views across the Gulf of Thailand and the Preah Monivong National Park.
    Transport: Settle in and scan the scenery from the convenience of a private vehicle.
    Transport: Get to the next spot on your route aboard a convenient and efficient ferry boat.
    Free Time: Welcome to paradise. We recommend you head directly to the beach-enjoy!
    Accommodation: Mad Monkey Koh Rong (or similar)

    Meals:   Breakfast
  27. Day 27
    Koh Rong
    Trust us, Koh Rong Island is one of those places you'll talk about for years; the island boasts pristine white sandy beaches, warm crystal-clear ocean waters, a hot tropical climate, and is off the beaten track. No need to pinch yourself, yes-you really are here. This is the island of your dreams and you'll have the entire day to enjoy it. Dive into the calm waters of the Gulf of Thailand, then stretch out and catch same rays. Feel free to chill in a hammock under a palm with a cold drink. No matter what angle you snap your pic, it's absolute perfection. You totally deserve this!
    Free Time: Enjoy a full free day to chill out on the beach, explore or do a little snorkelling. This is the day you've been waiting for-enjoy!
    Accommodation: Mad Monkey Koh Rong (or similar)

    Meals:   Breakfast
  28. Day 28
    Koh Rong/Phnom Penh
    Jump back on the ferry to the mainland and swing by a few small villages that make up the Chambok community. We'll set you up with a local guide to get an insider's peak at daily life in these rural villages. Feeling hungry and creative? The local women will get you sorted with a delicious Khmer lunch and then teach you how to make traditional necklaces and bracelets-perfect souvenirs to bring home for your friends. Ready for the big city again? Excellent, as your last stop is Phnom Penh with fantastic nightlife to dive right into. Are you ready to party? Dumb question.
    Transport: Settle in and scan the scenery from the convenience of a private vehicle.
    Transport: Get to the next spot on your route aboard a convenient and efficient ferry boat.
    Activity: Visit a small village in the Chambok Community and enjoy a traditional Khmer meal prepared by the women of the region. After lunch a local guide will explain the history of the communities, and we'll visit some of the nearby villages that make up the Chambok Community. Meet some of the local residents and learn more about how they live and work in a rural village. You'll also meet a group women who will teach you to make traditional handicrafts using natural materials from the surrounding forest.
    Accommodation: Pooltop Phnom Penh (or similar)

    Meals:   Breakfast   Lunch
  29. Day 29
    Phnom Penh
    You have a whole day ahead of you to experience Phnom Penh as you please. Reflect on history with an excursion to Tuol Sleng Museum (S-21 Prison) and Choeung Ek (Killing Fields). Or check out the National Museum, Silver Pagoda and Royal Palace. Your CEO has lots of suggestions-just ask. Later, reconnect with fellow Roamies to soak up the nighttime vibe on a thrilling cyclo ride around the busy streets. Hungry? Good, because we stop by Friends International for dinner; one of Cambodia's most beloved restaurants.
    Free Time: Take the day to do as much or as little as you choose. Check with your CEO for options.
    Accommodation: Pooltop Phnom Penh (or similar)

    Meals:   Breakfast   Dinner
  30. Day 30
    Phnom Penh/Siem Reap
    Hit the road and settle in for the drive today-don't worry, you'll have plenty of stops along the way. Deep fried tarantula anyone? Test your fear factor at the infamous skun insect and spider market offering a wide selection of deep fried creepy-crawlies for you to sample. Close your eyes and CRUNCH! After regaining your senses, you'll visit a silk farm for a demonstration of this age-old weaving practice; a perfect place to pick up a souvenir or two. Continue on to Sambor Prei Kuk, a UNESCO world heritage site which predates Angkor by 100 years. Explore these less-visited ruins and fill your feed with awesome pictures of the forest-encased ancient temples. Arrive in Siem Reap with plenty of time to check out the nightlife. Cheers to another epic day!
    Transport: Settle in and scan the scenery from the convenience of a private vehicle.
    Activity: Visit the infamous Skun Market known for selling all kinds of seasoned and deep fried insects and spiders. This bizarre market is a must see, with the stalls of vendors offering their unusual "tasty" treats. Take a walk through the rows and your CEO will purchase some deep fried tarantula's for those that are brave enough to try them.
    Activity: Visit Santuk Silk Farm for a guided tour and view the process of silk production from beginning to end. Learn about the delicate 7-week life cycle of the silkworm and how from these unassuming creature Khmer golden silk is produced. This farm employs women artisan weavers; and you can watch them weave scarves and other items.
    Activity: Take a guided tour of Sambor Prei Kuk ancient site-a UNESCO World Heritage site predating Angkor by over 100 years. This huge complex receives fewer visitors and includes almost 300 temples to explore. It's shocking to note that the site only opened up to visitors in 2007 having been filled with landmines from the Khmer Rouge period (these have been cleared for safe visits). Visiting this archaeological zone is exciting as it is less excavated and encompassed by surrounding forest.
    Accommodation: Lub D - Cambodia Siem Reap (or similar)

    Meals:   Breakfast
  31. Day 31
    Siem Reap
    Ready for adventure? You have the full day to choose from a multitude of activities. Visit Tonle Sap floating village or go for the big ticket item and visit the massive temple complex of Angkor Wat. Choose to channel your inner tomb-raider and explore with a local guide-your followers will thank you for these shots. Ready to eat? Jump in a tuk tuk and head to the G Adventures-supported New Hope training restaurant for a scrumptious Khmer dinner. Ready to party now? The evening is yours to hit the night market or join a bar crawl along Siem Reap's famed "pub street." Who needs sleep anyways?
    Free Time: Your day is free to explore all Siem Reap has to offer. Chat with your CEO for all the options.
    Transport: Experience a memorable ride around the city in one of these open-air, three-wheeled vehicles. More chaotic than comfortable, taking at least one wild ride is part of the experience.
    Activity: Depending on the day of the week your tour visits Siem Reap, you will either enjoy a traditional meal at the G Adventures-supported New Hope project or in a local home in a nearby village. With so many travellers coming through this area, alternating experiences helps to allow multiple small businesses to flourish. Both experiences are truly unique and memorable. The New Hope Vocational Training Restaurant, an initiative kickstarted by G Adventures, provides skill-building opportunities to marginalized community members. The project also funds the adjacent free community school and health centre. Meals at Phila's house support the education of underprivileged children in the area. Visit either project - both run by locals - and see how they have supported positive change in the community.
    Accommodation: Lub D - Cambodia Siem Reap (or similar)

    Meals:   Breakfast   Dinner
  32. Day 32
    Siem Reap/Bangkok
    Road trip! Head out to cross the Cambodia/Thai border with a stop for some shopping at the massive Rong Kluea market. Continuing through Thailand, you'll visit the remote Wat Sothorn Wararam Woraviharn-a temple revered by local Thai's and not often visited by travellers. Need a snack? Your CEO will purchase some local delicacies for you to try-freshly squeezed palm fruit juice and charcoaled grilled sweet glutinous rice wrapped in banana leaf. Yum! Continue on to your hostel in Bangkok and get ready for a night out like no other. Let's hit Khao San Road! Follow your CEO along Bangkok's famed party street and check out the lively bars and clubs. Grab a Singha lager or a bucket and mix and mingle with the throngs of partiers from around the world. This could very well be the best night of your life. Bring it on!
    Transport: Settle in and scan the scenery from the convenience of a private vehicle.
    Activity: Get ready to cross into Thailand. Aranyaprathet is known for being one of the most hectic border crossings but your CEO will help make the process go as smoothly as possible. The border crossing is done on foot and can take up to an hour so be patient and think of all the fun Thailand has in store.
    Transport: Settle in and scan the scenery from the convenience of a private vehicle.
    Activity: Enjoy some free time at the Rong Kluea border market known for its abundance of cheap bulk items and clothing. There is a wide range of products-truly something for everyone and its a great place to try some Thai cuisine from the stalls as well as sampling delicious tropical fruits. Your CEO can recommend the best dishes to sample.
    Activity: Take a CEO-led tour of Wat Sothon Wararam Woraviharn a very important pilgrimage site to Thai people. Known for having the largest chapel building in Thailand, the site receives few foreign visitors, and you'll learn the importance of Buddhism in everyday Thai life. After visiting the temple we'll have a quick snack Thai-style. Your CEO will purchase some local delicacies for the group to try which can include freshly squeezed palm fruit juice and charcoaled grilled sweet glutinous rice wrapped in banana leaf.
    Accommodation: Villa Cha Cha Khaosan-Rambuttri (or similar)

    Meals:   Breakfast
  33. Day 33
    Bangkok
    Say goodbye to your Roamies and depart at any time.
    Activity: Not ready to leave? Your CEO can help with travel arrangements to extend your adventure.

    Meals:   Breakfast

OR Call Us For a Free Quote 1-800-935-2620

Inclusions

Meals:
32 breakfasts, 7 lunches, 10 dinners

Transportation:
Private vehicle, train, bicycle, songthaew, open-top jeeps, motorbike, boat, ferry, cyclo, tuk tuk, walking.

Inclusions
Your G for Good Moment: Yimsoo Cafe tour and Lunch, Bangkok Your G for Good Moment: Oodles of Noodles, Hoi An Your G for Good Moment: Local Khmer Meal, Siem Reap Your Welcome Moment: Welcome Moment - Meet Your CEO and Group Your Foodie Moment: Street Food Dinner in Chinatown, Bangkok Your Wellness Moment: 100 Egg Mud Bath, Nha Trang Your Foodie Moment: Ho Chi Minh City Street Food Crawl, Ho Chi Minh City. Bangkok Klong Riverboat Tour. Visit Hellfire Pass and Ride the Death Railway. Visit Bridge on the River Kwai and Thai/Burma Railway Centre and Allied War Cemetery. Visit a Local Rice Farm. Ayutthaya Cycling. Boat Tour. Chiang Mai Old Town Orientation Walk. Chiang Mai Night Market Walk. Sunrise Alms Giving. Doi Suthep Temple Visit. Hanoi Old Town Cyclo Tour. Bia Hoi Corner and Microbrewery Crawl. Hanoi Foodie Culture Tour. Tam Chuc Pagoda Tour. Dong Hoi Wet/Fish Market tour and countryside cycling. Vinh Moc Tunnels Tour. An Bang Cemetery Tour. Visit Lang Co Beach. Hai Van Pass and Marble Mountain Tour. Hoi An Old Town Walk and Riverside Evening Out. Dinner at Streets Cafe. Thap Doi Cham Temples Visit. Eoi Gio Coastal Walk. Beach Time at Qui Nhon and Nha Trang. Visit Gành Đá Dĩa. Ho Chi Minh City Walking Tour including Ben Thanh Market. Karaoke Night. Motorbike tour including Hang Pagoda and Sam Mountain. Chau Doc floating market. Kep market walk. Tour of Monivong Bokor NP. Tour of Chambok Community with traditional lunch. Phnom Penh cyclo tour and dinner at Friends International. Visits to Skun Market and Santuk Silk Farm. Tour of Sambor Prei Kuk Ancient Site. Visit Rong Klua Market. Visit Wat Sothorn Wararam Woraviharn. Walk and night out on Khao San Road. All transport between destinations and to/from included activities.

Health and Safety Protocols for G Adventures Tours

Travel with Confidence

Your safety, as well as the safety of employees and partners, has always been G Adventures top priority, which is why new physical distancing and cleaning measures have been put in place on all of the tours. New Travel with Confidence policy features new health and safety procedures from the moment you arrive to the moment you leave, without taking away from having the time of your life. The policy will evolve as time goes on and as G Adventures continues to monitor local public health recommendations, but what won't change is the commitment to keeping you safe as you explore big, beautiful world.


Before you join us

Global Connection Officers

GCOs (the people who answer when you call us) are available 24/7 to help with any questions you have prior to your trip, so you can feel confident and safe before leaving. No matter what time of day, they're there to respond to you — even at 3AM. They'll be up to date on local regulations and restrictions and can guide you through your travel process as smoothly as possible. And if you don't feel well before travelling, there's the Book with Confidence policy that helps you reschedule your trip for when you do, which they can help you with too (terms & conditions apply). If you book flights with us and there are any changes, rest assured that the team will support you by making new arrangements on your behalf.

Smaller groups

Groups have always been small. This offers security, access, camaraderie, and a connection with your destination you won't get by travelling on bus tours or on your own. The average group size is 12, ensuring travellers can engage with each other without being squeezed together like sardines — and that was before physical distancing became a reality. Plus, if you have 8 or more friends you'd like to adventure with, you can reserve the entire trip!

My own room

If you're joining one of the small group tours on your own, good on ya! If you are a solo traveller sharing a room with someone, G Adventures will do their best to ensure they will be your roommate for the entire journey to support distancing efforts. G Adventures has 'My Own Rooms' available as an extra option for tours (pending availability), and they'll be offering more of these at more affordable prices to make it even easier to have a bit more space.


When you arrive

Chief Experience Officers

CEOs are responsible for ensuring you have the time of your life while keeping you as safe as possible. Here's how they're ready to do that:

  • They're trained in First Aid, CPR, and other safety protocols
  • They're supported 24/7 by the field staff in offices around the world who are well-equipped to handle emergencies
  • They can help you find local clinics if you're feeling sick
  • They'll receive new training to ensure they are up to date on all health and safety policies during these evolving times
  • They have extensive local knowledge to proactively help you navigate wherever you're travelling
  • Their local knowledge allows for greater flexibility when it comes to knowing the best time to visit certain highlights to avoid crowds whenever possible and suggesting the restaurants with the strictest hygiene practices or those where you can reserve your own table or room in advance
  • They'll wear face masks when necessary based on local guidelines and recommendations

You & your fellow travellers

Travellers' safety and wellbeing is G Adventures biggest concern. If you're not feeling well before your departure, G Adventures has a Book with Confidence policy that provides you with flexibility and freedom to delay leaving until you're back to 100% healthy (terms & conditions apply). If you have a fever or any other symptoms on tour, you may be required to have a doctor clear you before rejoining us. All travellers are requested to bring face coverings, whether they're buffs, face masks or bandanas (extra style points encouraged). G Adventures makes every effort to have hand sanitizer available, but recommend bringing your own.


While on tour

Planes, trains, automobiles and more

Small private transport vehicles

  • Every surface in G Adventures well-kept fleet of private vehicles will get at least one daily deep cleaning
  • Each traveller will have a daily assigned seat
  • Hand-sanitizer will be required every time you board the vehicle
  • Facial coverings will be recommended while on-board
Boats
  • Every surface will get at least one daily deep cleaning
  • High-traffic areas will receive more frequent cleaning
  • Hand-sanitizer or hand washing will be required every time you board the boat, as well as before and after meals
  • To support physical distancing, meals may have assigned seating and there will be assigned slots for activities and rooming
  • Facial coverings will be recommended and welcomed on-board
  • Your crew is trained in health and safety measures (including food handling) and all cooking staff will follow up-to-date advice from health authorities
Local transportation
  • Use of local transportation will be limited wherever possible. Please reference the Trip Details for each individual tour for specifics
  • If local transportation is used, precautions will be followed in adherence to local health and safety regulations to keep travellers safe and sound.

Where you'll be staying safe

G Adventures has always carefully selected accommodation partners for high standards and local roots. Travelling in small groups means that the stay is in smaller hotels too, with fewer guests — which means less daily contact with others outside your group in public spaces. Now G Adventures is working with accommodation partners to optimize their health, safety and cleanliness procedures, as well as creating additional measures for physical distancing. Here are some of the things G Adventures is working on to help keep you safe:

  • Daily deep cleaning and disinfecting of all surface areas inside your room with extra cleaning on light switches, door handles, TV remotes, and thermostats
  • No hotel staff will enter your room after it has been cleaned
  • Increased frequency of cleaning and disinfecting of all public restrooms and all surfaces in public areas. This might include the closure of public spaces such as gyms, bars, restaurants, and meeting rooms for periods throughout the day
  • Wherever possible, groups will stay on the lower floors to limit elevator use
  • Hotels will implement social distancing protocols in line with local regulations
This is just the beginning of commitments to keeping you sleeping safe and sound. G Adventures will continue to evolve and roll-out these and additional policies as needed.

A good & safe place to eat

G Adventures has always carefully selected food service partners and worked closely with them to ensure they are meeting health, safety, and cleanliness standards with their facilities, staff training, and food preparation and delivery. Wherever possible, G Adventures will reserve separate tables or private rooms at the restaurants visited on the trip, opt for more "al fresco" opportunities when it is possible (gotta love that fresh air!), and ensure breakfasts can be "grab and go" boxes, while avoiding family style or self-serve buffets for meals. G Adventures wants you to feel comfortable and safe as you savour every last bite.

Activities

You've always had freedom and flexibility to do your own thing on tours with optional activities and experiences. Now, you'll still have those options with added measures to keep you healthy and safe. All equipment for activities on tour, including hiking poles, camping supplies, life jackets, snorkels, etc., will be cleaned thoroughly at least once a day and disinfected between use. When travellers are responsible for putting up their own tents on camping itineraries, you will be given the supplies required to disinfect your gear. G Adventures will also do their best to make activities and highlights stops happen during non-peak hours, so you can have fun and feel safe no matter what you're doing.


Before you leave

A healthy goodbye

If you're not feeling well at the end of your tour for any reason, let your CEO know and they can help get you access to medical care and support. Because we want you to head home after a life-changing experience feeling just as good (let's be honest, way better) than when you left.

OR Call Us For a Free Quote 1-800-935-2620

Accommodations

Hostels (27 nts), raft house (1 nt), overnight sleeper train (4 nts).Hostels (27 nts), raft house (1 nt), overnight sleeper train (4 nts).

OR Call Us For a Free Quote 1-800-935-2620

Questions & Answers

Question: How many suitcases can I take with me on my trip?

Each person is allowed one "check-in," and one "carry-on." Remember to take all valuables with you as "carry-on", because electronic equipment, cameras, laptops, jewelry, business documents and money are not covered by the airlines' liability, so always carry them aboard with you.

Question: Is Airfare Included in the Price?

Airfare from your point of origin to and from the trip is not included in the land price.

G Adventures Tours Customer Reviews

Overall Rating
4
Accommodations
3.6
Itinerary
4.1
Professional Staff
4.3
Repeat with Operator
4
Value for Money
3.9

Ratings based off 551 reviews about G Adventures Tours - currently showing 15 reviews with comments only

G Adventures small group traveling was outstanding. We could get places that large coach trips could not. And we got to know each other so well. Everything was quicker and easier. Imagine a group of 8 versus 30! We will only travel small group from now on out.

G Adventures was amazing! Our CEO went above and beyond. We would absolutely travel on one of their tours again.

G-Adventures is very good. I highly recommend their trips.

I have booked with affordable tours before with other agents but Maya Keith is absolutely the best. She was patient in answering all our question especially as it related to travel in Europe when there is war in Ukraine

This was one of the best trips we have ever taken. Our guide was so polite, helpful and informative. The fact that there were fewer tourists made it all the better.

This was my 8th tour with this operator and I have a 9th scheduled. Obviously I am happy with this operator.

It was a great tour and are guides were very knowledgeable.

A Gadventures tour is a great affordable way to see the country and get the opportunity to meet and interact with the local people

It was a dream vacation.Thank you.

The G-Adventures travel guides were excellent

All 100% perfect, nothing to be done better

The G Adventures tour was fantastic.

Very satisfied with tour, enjoyed it very much.

I liked the variety of activities and the chance to opt out without undue pressure. I met some really fun people on this tour.

Everyone connected with the tour went above and beyond. The tour was more than I ever dreamt!

You May Also Like


AffordableTours.com® does not itself offer, service or administer the Travel Packages, and the ultimate terms and conditions of any Travel Package made available via the Site Offerings (including the prices quoted in connection with same) will be determined by the applicable Third-Party Travel Service Provider. AffordableTours.com® does not represent or warrant that the Price Quotes are accurate, up-to-date or free of error, or that same will be honored by the applicable Third-Party Travel Service Providers. All Price Quotes, Travel Package availability, Travel Package details/itinerary and other Content are subject to change without notice. All travel details published by and through the Site Offerings should be confirmed directly with the applicable Third-Party Travel Service Provider prior to making any travel plans. Reliance on any information made available to you by and through the Site Offerings is solely at your own risk.

Call Us Now 1-800-935-2620

How It Works

Vacationing has never been easier or cheaper with the help of a dedicated travel consultant from AffordableTours.com

Freq Quote 1. Free Quote

Find your perfect trip on our website and simply request a free quote. Need to speak to a live person? Call us 7 days a week at 1-800-935-2620. No robots here!

Dedicated Travel Consultant 2. Dedicated Travel Consultant

Your personal travel consultant will reach out and be your point of contact for your entire travel experience from start to finish. Did we mention you'll be working with an award winning team? Sweet!

Low Price Guaranteed 3. Lowest Price Guaranteed

Because we're one of the largest sellers of travel, we're able to give you a discount on your vacation package. No one beats our prices!

Stress Free Travel 4. Stress Free Travel

Knowing you got the best deal, all that's left is for you to pack your bags and enjoy your vacation!


Better Business Bureau

AffordableTours.com is a proud recipient of the Better Business Bureau (BBB) awards 2006-2022 with A+ Rating.

It Pays To Refer! Earn Up To $200!

It's simple: Sign up your friends, family, and anyone to us and when they book you will receive an American Express gift card worth up to $200 in the mail for simply referring.

Read About Our Referral Program


Get discounts by Email!