South Vietnam and Cambodia: Mekong – The Veins Of The Dragon

Cambodia and Vietnam

A superb trip for families and individuals, Vietnam and Cambodia blends the world of the Mekong and the magnificence of the Cambodian Khmer civilization. Begin by exploring Hanoi and practicing Tai Chi by the lake with the locals. Visit the Cham Museum near Danang and the old Chinese port town of Hoi An. Fly on to Saigon to wander the markets, before taking a boat through the Mekong Delta down to Phnom Penh. End your journey clambering around the Khmer temples of Siem Reap and boating on the Tonle Sap River.


Land Cost

Starting at



Based on 4-6 People
(excluding international air)

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ITINERARY at a Glance

Day 1

Arrive Saigon. Walk through downtown. Welcome dinner and Cheo show.

Day 2

Drive Ben Tre. Boat ride down Mekong to homes and factories. Bike through villages. Evening at a local home with a cooking demonstration

Day 3

Boat trip to Tai Phu Canal and bike to My Long Market, temple and village. Board Mango Cruise and explore canals.

Day 4

Bike through Vung Liem Town. Boat down canals to Cai Be to homestay. Rowboat through delta.

Day 5

Boat to Cai Be Market and special breakfast. Bassac Cruise

Day 6

Arrive Cai Rang. Visit this largest Mekong floating market. Transfer to Hotel. PM Free

Day 7

Visit very rare authentic floating market and explore town. PM free

Day 8

Depart for Chau Doc, stopping at Cham village

Day 9

Cross at Xa Xia/Prek Chak into Cambodia. Visit cave temple and drive Kep

Day 10

AM boat to Rabbit Island. PM Explore caves of Phnom Sorsia

Day 11

AM drive to Phnom Penh. PM City Tour

Day 12

Visit Toul Sleng, Killing Fields, Pour Une Sourire d’Enfant and markets. Sunset Cruise

Day 13

Fly Siem Reap. Visit Bakong and Kompong Khleang. PM dance performance

Day 14

Dawn at Ta Prohm. Visit Banteay Srei. Hike up Kbal Spean for picnic. Landmine Museum and sunset at Phnom Bakheng.

Day 15

Dawn at Angkor Wat. Visit Artisans d’Angkor and markets. PM flight out.