The Tour Price displayed here is for the tour only and does not include international flights. Our flight prices are very competitive, please ask for a quote when making your bookingAll departures for this trip are guaranteed.
This trip is an overland trip run in an overland truck. In addition to paying for your trip, you're require to make a separate payment to your tour leader at the start of the trip, usually in USD. Kitties are flexible and change as prices are updated. Therefore you should check the latest kitty amount on this website before you depart.
A kitty is a group fund which covers all accommodation, meals while camping (not in hotels) and activities listed as included. It's a system unique to overlanding to provide the maximum flexibility and best value on the road (you get everything at cost price!). The kitty is your money, not ours, so any amount left over is divided among the group as a refund.Close
|Trip Code||Start Date||End Date||Currency||Kitty|
|TKSD||Monday 03 Jun 2013||Tuesday 11 Jun 2013|
|TKSD||Saturday 08 Jun 2013||Sunday 16 Jun 2013|
|TKSD||Monday 10 Jun 2013||Tuesday 18 Jun 2013|
|TKSD||Saturday 15 Jun 2013||Sunday 23 Jun 2013|
|TKSD||Saturday 29 Jun 2013||Sunday 07 Jul 2013|
|TKSD||Monday 08 Jul 2013||Tuesday 16 Jul 2013|
|TKSD||Monday 15 Jul 2013||Tuesday 23 Jul 2013|
|TKSD||Monday 22 Jul 2013||Tuesday 30 Jul 2013|
|TKSD||Monday 29 Jul 2013||Tuesday 06 Aug 2013|
|TKSD||Monday 05 Aug 2013||Tuesday 13 Aug 2013|
|TKSD||Saturday 10 Aug 2013||Sunday 18 Aug 2013|
|TKSD||Monday 12 Aug 2013||Tuesday 20 Aug 2013|
|TKSD||Thursday 15 Aug 2013||Friday 23 Aug 2013|
|TKSD||Monday 19 Aug 2013||Tuesday 27 Aug 2013|
|TKSD||Thursday 22 Aug 2013||Friday 30 Aug 2013|
|TKSD||Saturday 24 Aug 2013||Sunday 01 Sep 2013|
|TKSD||Monday 26 Aug 2013||Tuesday 03 Sep 2013|
|TKSD||Saturday 31 Aug 2013||Sunday 08 Sep 2013|
|TKSD||Monday 02 Sep 2013||Tuesday 10 Sep 2013|
|TKSD||Thursday 05 Sep 2013||Friday 13 Sep 2013|
|TKSD||Saturday 07 Sep 2013||Sunday 15 Sep 2013|
|TKSD||Monday 09 Sep 2013||Tuesday 17 Sep 2013|
|TKSD||Saturday 14 Sep 2013||Sunday 22 Sep 2013|
|TKSD||Monday 16 Sep 2013||Tuesday 24 Sep 2013|
|TKSD||Thursday 19 Sep 2013||Friday 27 Sep 2013|
|TKSD||Saturday 21 Sep 2013||Sunday 29 Sep 2013|
|TKSD||Monday 23 Sep 2013||Tuesday 01 Oct 2013|
|TKSD||Thursday 26 Sep 2013||Friday 04 Oct 2013|
|TKSD||Saturday 28 Sep 2013||Sunday 06 Oct 2013|
|TKSD||Monday 30 Sep 2013||Tuesday 08 Oct 2013|
|TKSD||Thursday 03 Oct 2013||Friday 11 Oct 2013|
|TKSD||Saturday 05 Oct 2013||Sunday 13 Oct 2013|
|TKSD||Monday 07 Oct 2013||Tuesday 15 Oct 2013|
|TKSD||Thursday 10 Oct 2013||Friday 18 Oct 2013|
|TKSD||Saturday 12 Oct 2013||Sunday 20 Oct 2013|
|TKSD||Monday 14 Oct 2013||Tuesday 22 Oct 2013|
|TKSD||Thursday 17 Oct 2013||Friday 25 Oct 2013|
|TKSD||Saturday 19 Oct 2013||Sunday 27 Oct 2013|
|TKSD||Monday 21 Oct 2013||Tuesday 29 Oct 2013|
|TKSD||Thursday 24 Oct 2013||Friday 01 Nov 2013|
|TKSD||Saturday 26 Oct 2013||Sunday 03 Nov 2013|
|TKSD||Monday 28 Oct 2013||Tuesday 05 Nov 2013|
|TKSD||Thursday 31 Oct 2013||Friday 08 Nov 2013|
|TKSD||Saturday 02 Nov 2013||Sunday 10 Nov 2013|
|TKSD||Monday 04 Nov 2013||Tuesday 12 Nov 2013|
|TKSD||Thursday 07 Nov 2013||Friday 15 Nov 2013|
|TKSD||Saturday 09 Nov 2013||Sunday 17 Nov 2013|
|TKSD||Monday 11 Nov 2013||Tuesday 19 Nov 2013|
|TKSD||Thursday 14 Nov 2013||Friday 22 Nov 2013|
|TKSD||Saturday 16 Nov 2013||Sunday 24 Nov 2013|
|TKSD||Monday 18 Nov 2013||Tuesday 26 Nov 2013|
|TKSD||Thursday 21 Nov 2013||Friday 29 Nov 2013|
|TKSD||Saturday 23 Nov 2013||Sunday 01 Dec 2013|
|TKSD||Monday 25 Nov 2013||Tuesday 03 Dec 2013|
|TKSD||Thursday 28 Nov 2013||Friday 06 Dec 2013|
|TKSD||Saturday 30 Nov 2013||Sunday 08 Dec 2013|
|TKSD||Monday 02 Dec 2013||Tuesday 10 Dec 2013|
|TKSD||Thursday 05 Dec 2013||Friday 13 Dec 2013|
|TKSD||Friday 06 Dec 2013||Saturday 14 Dec 2013|
|TKSD||Saturday 07 Dec 2013||Sunday 15 Dec 2013|
|TKSD||Monday 09 Dec 2013||Tuesday 17 Dec 2013|
|TKSD||Thursday 12 Dec 2013||Friday 20 Dec 2013|
|TKSD||Saturday 14 Dec 2013||Sunday 22 Dec 2013|
|TKSD||Monday 16 Dec 2013||Tuesday 24 Dec 2013|
|TKSD||Thursday 19 Dec 2013||Friday 27 Dec 2013|
|TKSD||Friday 20 Dec 2013||Saturday 28 Dec 2013|
|TKSD||Saturday 21 Dec 2013||Sunday 29 Dec 2013|
|TKSD||Monday 23 Dec 2013||Tuesday 31 Dec 2013|
|TKSD||Thursday 26 Dec 2013||Friday 03 Jan 2014|
|TKSD||Friday 27 Dec 2013||Saturday 04 Jan 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 28 Dec 2013||Sunday 05 Jan 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 30 Dec 2013||Tuesday 07 Jan 2014|
|TKSD||Thursday 02 Jan 2014||Friday 10 Jan 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 04 Jan 2014||Sunday 12 Jan 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 06 Jan 2014||Tuesday 14 Jan 2014|
|TKSD||Thursday 09 Jan 2014||Friday 17 Jan 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 11 Jan 2014||Sunday 19 Jan 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 13 Jan 2014||Tuesday 21 Jan 2014|
|TKSD||Thursday 16 Jan 2014||Friday 24 Jan 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 18 Jan 2014||Sunday 26 Jan 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 20 Jan 2014||Tuesday 28 Jan 2014|
|TKSD||Thursday 23 Jan 2014||Friday 31 Jan 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 25 Jan 2014||Sunday 02 Feb 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 27 Jan 2014||Tuesday 04 Feb 2014|
|TKSD||Thursday 30 Jan 2014||Friday 07 Feb 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 01 Feb 2014||Sunday 09 Feb 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 03 Feb 2014||Tuesday 11 Feb 2014|
|TKSD||Thursday 06 Feb 2014||Friday 14 Feb 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 08 Feb 2014||Sunday 16 Feb 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 10 Feb 2014||Tuesday 18 Feb 2014|
|TKSD||Thursday 13 Feb 2014||Friday 21 Feb 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 15 Feb 2014||Sunday 23 Feb 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 17 Feb 2014||Tuesday 25 Feb 2014|
|TKSD||Thursday 20 Feb 2014||Friday 28 Feb 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 22 Feb 2014||Sunday 02 Mar 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 24 Feb 2014||Tuesday 04 Mar 2014|
|TKSD||Thursday 27 Feb 2014||Friday 07 Mar 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 01 Mar 2014||Sunday 09 Mar 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 03 Mar 2014||Tuesday 11 Mar 2014|
|TKSD||Thursday 06 Mar 2014||Friday 14 Mar 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 08 Mar 2014||Sunday 16 Mar 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 10 Mar 2014||Tuesday 18 Mar 2014|
|TKSD||Thursday 13 Mar 2014||Friday 21 Mar 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 15 Mar 2014||Sunday 23 Mar 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 17 Mar 2014||Tuesday 25 Mar 2014|
|TKSD||Thursday 20 Mar 2014||Friday 28 Mar 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 22 Mar 2014||Sunday 30 Mar 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 24 Mar 2014||Tuesday 01 Apr 2014|
|TKSD||Thursday 27 Mar 2014||Friday 04 Apr 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 29 Mar 2014||Sunday 06 Apr 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 31 Mar 2014||Tuesday 08 Apr 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 05 Apr 2014||Sunday 13 Apr 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 07 Apr 2014||Tuesday 15 Apr 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 12 Apr 2014||Sunday 20 Apr 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 14 Apr 2014||Tuesday 22 Apr 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 19 Apr 2014||Sunday 27 Apr 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 21 Apr 2014||Tuesday 29 Apr 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 26 Apr 2014||Sunday 04 May 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 28 Apr 2014||Tuesday 06 May 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 03 May 2014||Sunday 11 May 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 05 May 2014||Tuesday 13 May 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 10 May 2014||Sunday 18 May 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 12 May 2014||Tuesday 20 May 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 17 May 2014||Sunday 25 May 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 19 May 2014||Tuesday 27 May 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 24 May 2014||Sunday 01 Jun 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 26 May 2014||Tuesday 03 Jun 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 31 May 2014||Sunday 08 Jun 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 02 Jun 2014||Tuesday 10 Jun 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 07 Jun 2014||Sunday 15 Jun 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 09 Jun 2014||Tuesday 17 Jun 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 14 Jun 2014||Sunday 22 Jun 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 16 Jun 2014||Tuesday 24 Jun 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 21 Jun 2014||Sunday 29 Jun 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 23 Jun 2014||Tuesday 01 Jul 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 28 Jun 2014||Sunday 06 Jul 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 30 Jun 2014||Tuesday 08 Jul 2014|
|TKSD||Thursday 03 Jul 2014||Friday 11 Jul 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 05 Jul 2014||Sunday 13 Jul 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 07 Jul 2014||Tuesday 15 Jul 2014|
|TKSD||Thursday 10 Jul 2014||Friday 18 Jul 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 12 Jul 2014||Sunday 20 Jul 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 14 Jul 2014||Tuesday 22 Jul 2014|
|TKSD||Thursday 17 Jul 2014||Friday 25 Jul 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 19 Jul 2014||Sunday 27 Jul 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 21 Jul 2014||Tuesday 29 Jul 2014|
|TKSD||Thursday 24 Jul 2014||Friday 01 Aug 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 26 Jul 2014||Sunday 03 Aug 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 28 Jul 2014||Tuesday 05 Aug 2014|
|TKSD||Thursday 31 Jul 2014||Friday 08 Aug 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 02 Aug 2014||Sunday 10 Aug 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 04 Aug 2014||Tuesday 12 Aug 2014|
|TKSD||Thursday 07 Aug 2014||Friday 15 Aug 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 09 Aug 2014||Sunday 17 Aug 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 11 Aug 2014||Tuesday 19 Aug 2014|
|TKSD||Thursday 14 Aug 2014||Friday 22 Aug 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 16 Aug 2014||Sunday 24 Aug 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 18 Aug 2014||Tuesday 26 Aug 2014|
|TKSD||Thursday 21 Aug 2014||Friday 29 Aug 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 23 Aug 2014||Sunday 31 Aug 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 25 Aug 2014||Tuesday 02 Sep 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 30 Aug 2014||Sunday 07 Sep 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 01 Sep 2014||Tuesday 09 Sep 2014|
|TKSD||Thursday 04 Sep 2014||Friday 12 Sep 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 06 Sep 2014||Sunday 14 Sep 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 08 Sep 2014||Tuesday 16 Sep 2014|
|TKSD||Thursday 11 Sep 2014||Friday 19 Sep 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 13 Sep 2014||Sunday 21 Sep 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 15 Sep 2014||Tuesday 23 Sep 2014|
|TKSD||Thursday 18 Sep 2014||Friday 26 Sep 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 20 Sep 2014||Sunday 28 Sep 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 22 Sep 2014||Tuesday 30 Sep 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 27 Sep 2014||Sunday 05 Oct 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 29 Sep 2014||Tuesday 07 Oct 2014|
|TKSD||Thursday 02 Oct 2014||Friday 10 Oct 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 04 Oct 2014||Sunday 12 Oct 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 06 Oct 2014||Tuesday 14 Oct 2014|
|TKSD||Thursday 09 Oct 2014||Friday 17 Oct 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 11 Oct 2014||Sunday 19 Oct 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 13 Oct 2014||Tuesday 21 Oct 2014|
|TKSD||Thursday 16 Oct 2014||Friday 24 Oct 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 18 Oct 2014||Sunday 26 Oct 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 20 Oct 2014||Tuesday 28 Oct 2014|
|TKSD||Thursday 23 Oct 2014||Friday 31 Oct 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 25 Oct 2014||Sunday 02 Nov 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 27 Oct 2014||Tuesday 04 Nov 2014|
|TKSD||Thursday 30 Oct 2014||Friday 07 Nov 2014|
|TKSD||Friday 31 Oct 2014||Saturday 08 Nov 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 01 Nov 2014||Sunday 09 Nov 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 03 Nov 2014||Tuesday 11 Nov 2014|
|TKSD||Thursday 06 Nov 2014||Friday 14 Nov 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 08 Nov 2014||Sunday 16 Nov 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 10 Nov 2014||Tuesday 18 Nov 2014|
|TKSD||Thursday 13 Nov 2014||Friday 21 Nov 2014|
|TKSD||Friday 14 Nov 2014||Saturday 22 Nov 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 15 Nov 2014||Sunday 23 Nov 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 17 Nov 2014||Tuesday 25 Nov 2014|
|TKSD||Thursday 20 Nov 2014||Friday 28 Nov 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 22 Nov 2014||Sunday 30 Nov 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 24 Nov 2014||Tuesday 02 Dec 2014|
|TKSD||Thursday 27 Nov 2014||Friday 05 Dec 2014|
|TKSD||Friday 28 Nov 2014||Saturday 06 Dec 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 29 Nov 2014||Sunday 07 Dec 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 01 Dec 2014||Tuesday 09 Dec 2014|
|TKSD||Thursday 04 Dec 2014||Friday 12 Dec 2014|
|TKSD||Friday 05 Dec 2014||Saturday 13 Dec 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 06 Dec 2014||Sunday 14 Dec 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 08 Dec 2014||Tuesday 16 Dec 2014|
|TKSD||Thursday 11 Dec 2014||Friday 19 Dec 2014|
|TKSD||Friday 12 Dec 2014||Saturday 20 Dec 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 13 Dec 2014||Sunday 21 Dec 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 15 Dec 2014||Tuesday 23 Dec 2014|
|TKSD||Thursday 18 Dec 2014||Friday 26 Dec 2014|
|TKSD||Friday 19 Dec 2014||Saturday 27 Dec 2014|
|TKSD||Saturday 20 Dec 2014||Sunday 28 Dec 2014|
|TKSD||Monday 22 Dec 2014||Tuesday 30 Dec 2014|
|TKSD||Thursday 25 Dec 2014||Friday 02 Jan 2015|
|TKSD||Friday 26 Dec 2014||Saturday 03 Jan 2015|
|TKSD||Saturday 27 Dec 2014||Sunday 04 Jan 2015|
|TKSD||Monday 29 Dec 2014||Tuesday 06 Jan 2015|
If you want to find a mystifying, yet inspiring location, look no further than Cambodia. If you are looking for more than a holiday, and want to experience what South East Asia has to offer, this is the place for you.
Phnom Penh is a capital full of life. Lying on the edge of the Mekong River, Phnom Penh is the perfect place to relax after an adventurous day and is a fine place to be to see picturesque sunsets over the city's lake.
Getting into rural Cambodia is a great opportunity to see the rice paddies and sugar palms of Cambodia. The landscapes here are second to none, and as you venture further into the provinces, you can discover the true life of a Cambodian.
The country's most famous attraction is Angkor Wat, the largest religious complex ever built and ancient capital of the Khmer empire. It was built in the 12th century but only popularised in west in the 19th century. It's Cambodia's most visited site and features on the county's flag.
With the Mekong River flowing through the country, there is a chance to see some of the only freshwater dolphins left in this part of the world. If you aren't lucky enough to spot a dolphin, there is over 200 other animals you can spot. Whether this is in one of Cambodia's amazing national parks, or in the wilderness, the choice is up to you, as the vast amount of animals around the country means you are bound to find animal life wherever you go.
Thailand lies deep in the heart of South East Asia, and it is a country brimming with Asian culture. Flowing with beautiful national parks Thailand has long been a favorite destinations for travellers.
In the capital of Bangkok is an amazing skyline of glorious buildings. Don't be alarmed by the busy backdrop to this city, as there are many treasures hidden all over. Watch the sunset in a rooftop bar. Take a trip to the Amulet Market and protect yourself from evil spirits by the goods sold. Or visit the huge Buhadda at Wat Po.
The magnificent Khao Sok National Park is Thailand's most visited national park. There are mountains, waterfalls, rain forests and wildlife. Surrounded by elephants, leopards, tigers and the lesser known serow, banteng and langurs, there is plenty of opportunity to spot the wildlife.
Thai cuisine is popular throughout the world and concentrates on including five tastes. Spicy, sweet, sour, salty and bitter. The blend of these are important and many dishes concentrate on the right balance to make the perfect meal. A traditional dish of Pad Thai consists of chili spices and lime juices infused with chicken, peanuts and garlic on a bed of stir fry styled noodles.
There is a welcoming feel to this country, and with so many activities to try, there is something for everyone in the wonderful country of Thailand.
If you want to spot the breathtaking views of 3000 limestone islands rising out the jade coloured waters, then visit the Titop Islands of Halong Bay, Vietnam.
Hanoi is the capital, and it is a place where the old and new world meet. Where French and Asian cultures mix. Still standing are historical towers and temples, there are over 600 that are spread across the city. A visit to the capital is not complete without a visit to the Thang Long Water Puppet Theatre. The traditional Vietnamese pit orchestra creates a lively atmosphere that interests people of all ages.
You can have a traditional Vietnamese meal. The blends of herbs and sauces added to pork, chicken and fish create some delectable dishes. If you want a vegetarian meal, then there are many to choose from as a lot of people in Vietnam are vegetarians. One dish is Xoi which is sticky rice cooked in coconut milk. A simple dish yet there are so many varieties that are created.
Vietnam is a chance to escape from the rest of the world and explore for days on end. What more could you want from a place with outstanding views, beautiful food and a friendly welcome.
Travel to Thailand's hedonistic capital Bangkok. Tap into the buzz of Bangkok on a tuk-tuk adventure through the crowded city streets. Perhaps drop by the Ratchadamnoen Stadium for an electrifying Thai boxing match.
The chaotic headlong pace of Bangkok doesn't match up with many people's idealised vision of the exotic capital of Siam. Scattered with high-rise buildings of concrete and glass, the city is a sprawling plain that's home to a population of at least nine million, and it often feels even bigger. But under the shadow of the skyscrapers you'll find a heady mix of frenetic markets, noisy traffic, hushed golden temples and early-morning alms-giving ceremonies. One way or another, the place will probably get under your skin - and if you don't enjoy the challenge of slogging through jams of buses and tuk-tuks, which fill the air with a chainsaw drone and clouds of pollution, you can spend time exploring the impressive temples and museums or shopping 'til you drop.
Travel from Thailand to Cambodia and follow the road to the former kingdom of the Khmers. Experience the extravagant beauty of the temples of Angkor with a local guide and examine the exquisite Cambodian bas-reliefs. Perhaps take the opportunity to visit Tonle Sap Lake or a nearby local village.
It's a long drive from Bangkok to Siem Reap (approx. 8-9 hours including border crossing and lunch). The small but expanding town of Siem Reap is the gateway to Angkor. It's markets are a great place to shop or to try some cheap, delicious street food.
Angkor Wat really is a spectacular as all the guidebooks and newspaper articles have led you to believe, and nothing can quite prepare you for your awe-inspiring first glimpse of the temple's five majestic towers. Angkor literally means "city" or "capital" and that's exactly what the huge temple complex once was - the ancient capital of the Khmer empire. Angkor Wat itself is usually recognised as the most impressive temple within the complex, both in terms of it's grandeur and it's sheer magnitude. As you approach, the intricacy of the layout becomes apparent, and close up, every nook and cranny reveals itself to be filled with fine detail; around every corner a new feature surpasses the last. Throughout the day the colours of the stone seem to change, the spires golden in the dying light at dusk.
Visit Phnom Penh and reveal the chilling events of Cambodia's past at S-21, the notorious Khmer concentration camp, and Choeung Ek, the site of the infamous Killing Fields. In free time, the Royal Palace reveals a different side of Cambodian history, while the Russian Market is a good place to pick up a traditional krama.
It takes us 6 hours by private bus to get to Cambodia's capital, Phnom Penh. A great opportunity to look at the real Cambodia, we'll make several stops at points of interest along the way. It may be possible to see the cottage industry at Santuk Silk Farm and sample the local cuisine of deep-fried spiders at Skun.
Feel the wind whip past while travelling down the Mekong Delta in a speedboat, crossing into Vietnam along the way. See the floating houses of Chau Doc, watch fishermen ply their trade and maybe even travel up Sam Mountain to admire a dramatic sunset over the Vietnamese and Cambodian border.
The boat trip takes approx 4-5 hours.
The final leg of the tour introduces travellers to the frenetic streets, overflowing markets and the boisterous street vendors of Ho Chi Minh City. Hunt for bargains in bustling Ben Thanh Market or discover the French presence that lingers in the form of colonial buildings, great coffee and freshly baked baguettes. A night out enjoying a sumptuous Vietnamese feast is an ideal way to cap off the adventure.
The journey to Ho Chi Minh City takes approx 8 hrs.
Occasionally our itineraries are updated during the year to incorporate improvements stemming from past travellers' comments and our own research. Our brochure is usually released in November each year. The information given in this itinerary may be slightly different to that in the brochure. It's very important that you print and review a final copy of your Trip Notes a couple of days prior to travel, in case there have been changes that affect your plans. For the latest updated Trip Notes please visit our website: www.imaginative-traveller.com
Please note that while we operate successful trips in this region throughout the year, some changes may occur in our itineraries due to inclement weather and common seasonal changes to timetables and transport routes. This can happen with little notice so please be prepared for modifications to the route.
Included activities are listed in the day-to-day itinerary, all other activities are optional and at your own expense. If you choose not to participate in the included activities on this itinerary, the cost will not be refunded.
A selection of optional activities are listed in the day-to-day itinerary. This isn't an exhaustive list and should be used as a guide only. Prices are for entrance only and don't include transport costs to and from the sites or local guides unless indicated. It may not be possible to do all the activities listed in the time available at each destination. Optional activities aren't necessarily endorsed or recommended by Imaginative Traveller nor included in price of this trip. If you do any optional activities, you do so at your own risk and it must be clearly understood that your participation is your own decision and doesn't form part of your contract with Imaginative Traveller.
The official currency of Thailand is the Baht (THB).
The official currency of Cambodia is the Riel (KHR).
Unofficially however, US currency (US$) runs the country and is the currency you should bring, mostly in cash - notes should be 2000 series onwards. ATMs also dispense in both KHR and US$.
The official currency of Vietnam is Dong (VND).
Some establishments will accept US currency (USD), but usually only for large purchases and in some restaurants and hotels that cater to tourists. It's not possible to exchange Vietnamese Dong outside the country, so convert or spend all your Dong before leaving.
The most convenient and cheapest way to obtain local currency in is via an Automated Teller Machine (ATM). ATMs are now available in most towns and visa cash advances are available in major banks. The use of credit cards is restricted, mainly to major hotels. Foreign currency notes that are old, torn or faded can be very difficult to exchange; clean bills in small denominations are most useful. Traveller's cheques can be difficult to change.
Every traveller is different and therefore spending money requirements will vary. Some travellers may drink more than others while other travellers like to purchase more souvenirs than most. Please consider your own spending habits when it comes to allowing for drinks, shopping, participating in optional activities, and tipping. Please also remember the following specific recommendations when planning your trip.
If you're happy with the services provided a tip - though not compulsory - is appropriate. While it may not be customary to you, it's of great significance to the people who will take care of you during your travels, inspires excellent service, and is an entrenched feature of the tourism industry across many Imaginative Traveller destinations. Although can be difficult to source we advise you to carry small notes of local currency each day to make tipping easier. Please note we recommend that any tips are given directly to the intended recipient by a member of your group as our group leaders are prohibited from collecting cash for tips.
The following amounts are per person suggestions based on local considerations and feedback from our past travellers:
Restaurants: Local markets and basic restaurants - round your bill up to the nearest US$1. More up-market restaurants we suggest 10% to 15% of your bill.
Local guides: Throughout your trip you may at times have a local guide in addition to your leader. We suggest US$2-3 per day for local guides.
Drivers: You may have a range of drivers on your trip. Some may be with you for a short journey while others may be with you for several days. We would suggest a higher tip for those more involved with the group, however we suggest US$1-2 per day for drivers.
Your Group Leader: You may also consider tipping your leader for outstanding service throughout your trip. The amount is entirely a personal preference, however as a guideline US$2-4 per person, per day can be used. Of course you are free to tip more or less as you see fit, depending on your perception of service quality and the length of your trip. Remember, a tip is not compulsory and should only be given when you receive excellent service.
In total, we recommend you budget approx US$5-10 per day of your trip to cover tipping.
All departure taxes should be included in your international flight ticket.
Tet is Vietnam's New Year festival, held annually in late January or early February based on the lunar calendar. While this can be a fascinating time to travel and experience this event, expect some shop closures and busier than usual local transport. Opening hours at some tourist sites may also be affected or closed. Although we make all reasonable efforts to avoid disruption, a flexible approach from the traveller is appreciated.
During public holidays and festival periods in Cambodia many businesses may close, transport may be extremely busy and travel times may increase. During these times please be patient and consider these moments as an opportunity to interact with the locals. Particularly worth noting are Khmer New Year (3 days in mid-April), Pchum Ben (3 days in early October) and Water Festival (3 days in late November).
During the rainy months (approx. June to October), our mode of transport can be changed at short notice due to weather conditions.
The Cambodia/Thailand land border is occasionally closed due to flooding. If this is the case, we may need to alter the itinerary and fly - at the travellers expense.
Maximum of 12 travellers per group.
As you travel on a group trip you will be exposed to all the pleasures and maybe some of the frustrations of travelling in a group. Your fellow travellers will probably come from all corners of the world and likely a range of age groups too. We ask you to be understanding of the various needs and preferences of your group - patience with your fellow travellers is sometimes required for the benefit of everyone's travel experience. Remember too that you have responsibilities to the group. If you are requested to be at a place at a certain time, ensure that you don't keep the rest of the group waiting. We have found time and time again that the very best trips we operate are those where the dynamics within the group work well - this takes just a little effort on your part.
Due to privacy reasons we are unable to provide you with contact details and any personal information about your fellow travellers booked on your trip prior to departure.
Our group trips are designed for shared accommodation and don't involve a compulsory single supplement. Single travellers share with people of the same gender in accommodation ranging from twin to multishare. Some of our itineraries have accommodation booked on a mixed gender share basis and where applicable this will be specified in our Trip Notes.
A single supplement is available on this trip, please refer to your booking agent for further information.
Hotel (8 nts)
The style of accommodation indicated in the day-to-day itinerary is a guideline. On rare occasions, alternative arrangements may need to be made due to the lack of availability of rooms in our usual accommodation. A similar standard of accommodation will be used in these instances.
Accommodation on this trip is on a twin/multishare basis. Please note there may be times when you share a room with passengers travelling on different Imaginative Traveller trips than your own. Throughout the trip we request that our hotels prepare rooms in time for our arrival, especially if we're arriving prior to normal check-in time. However this isn't always possible which means we won't be able to check-in immediately on arrival at some hotels. Instead, we can store our luggage and explore our new destination.
If you've purchased pre-trip or post-trip accommodation (if available), you may be required to change rooms from your trip accommodation for these extra nights.
Some hotels in Vietnam and Cambodia have windowless rooms, or windows that don't necessarily have a view. This is often due to high population density in large cities, however local building standards also don't require rooms to have windows. We do request rooms with windows, however they aren't always available.
While travelling with us you'll experience the vast array of wonderful food available in the world. Your group leader will be able to suggest restaurants to try during your trip. On our camping trips we often cook the region's specialities so you don't miss out. To give you the maximum flexibility in deciding where, what and with whom to eat, generally not all meals are included in the trip price. This also gives you more budgeting flexibility. As a rule our groups tend to eat together to enable you to taste a larger variety of dishes and enjoy each other's company. There's no obligation to do this though.
3 Breakfasts, 1 Lunch
Budget for meals not included: USD 180.00
Private minibus, Boat, Bus
There are some long travel days and some of the transport can be quite cramped and without air-conditioning.
All our group trips are accompanied by one of our group leaders. The aim of the group leader is to take the hassle out of your travels and to help you have the best trip possible. Imaginative Traveller endeavours to provide the services of an experienced leader however, due to the seasonality of travel, rare situations may arise where your leader is new to a particular region or training other group leaders.
Your leader will provide information on the places you are travelling through, offer suggestions for things to do and see, recommend great local eating venues and introduce you to our local friends. While not being guides in the traditional sense you can expect them to have a broad general knowledge of the places visited on the trip, including historical, cultural, religious and social aspects. We aim to support local guides who have specialised knowledge of the regions we visit. If you were interested in delving deeper into the local culture at a specific site or location then your leader can recommend a local guide service in most of the main destinations of your trip.
42 Rambuttri Road
Phone: +66 22805434
Fax: +66 22818153
Centrally located just off famous Khao San road, the Viengtai is within walking distance of many of the area's main attractions such as: Grand Palace, National Museum, National Library and Wat Po. Local area maps are available from reception.
Rooms are equipped with private en-suite, AC, TV, phone & mini-fridge. The hotel has 24hr reception, restaurant and swimming pool.
Metered taxi ranks are located outside the airport entrance on the 2nd floor. Go out of the customs hall and walk outside the airport where there is a table with a sign saying 'metered taxis'. The cost is the metered fare plus a THB50 surcharge. If the taxi uses the toll way it is up to an extra THB70. The total fare should be about THB400 (US$13). Non-metered taxis are also available, where you will be given a docket to pay the driver a set price of THB700 (US$20). It will take about 1 hour drive to the hotel.
Alternatively Imaginative Traveller offer a pre-arranged transfer service option. Enquire with your agent and advise your flight arrival details at least 14 days prior to your trip departure. If you have purchased an arrival transfer you will be met after exiting customs outside. Look for exit door 6 and our representative holding a sign with your name on it.
If you have any problems and cannot locate our representative please go to the ATTA Counter (Association of Thai Travel Agents) near exit door 6 and ask to call our transfer company on one of the following 24 hour numbers:
081 658 2727 or
081 566 9324
Normal check in time at the hotel is after 14:00.
We don't expect any problems (and nor should you) but if for any reason you are unable to commence your group trip as scheduled, please contact your starting point hotel, requesting that you speak to or leave a message for your group leader.
If you have pre-booked an airport transfer (where available) and have not made contact with our representative within 30 minutes of clearing customs and immigration, we recommend that you make your own way to the starting point hotel, following the Joining Instructions in these Trip Notes. Should this occur, please apply to your travel agent for a refund of the transfer cost on your return.
No refund is available on missed transfers or portions of your trip owing to a different flight arrival or delayed flight arrival. Any additional cost incurred in order to meet up with your group is at your own expense.
Mifuki Boutique Hotel
33-35 Le Anh Xuan Street Ben Thanh Ward
Ho Chi Minh City
Phone: +84 8 3520 2222
Finish point instructions
A taxi to the airport will cost approx. $10 USD (220,000 VND) and take around 40 minutes depending on traffic.
A pre-booked airport departure transfer to the airport is available if arranged at the time of booking. Please advise your flight arrival details at least 14 days prior to your trip departure. This departure transfer can only be offered in conjunction with post-tour accommodation booked through Imaginative Traveller.
If you have booked a post trip airport transfer, please ask your leader to confirm with our local operator the time of departure and meeting place. If you have any problems please call our hotline on:
+84 903 117 770.
Check-out time from the hotel is 12 noon. If you are departing later, you can arrange luggage storage at the hotel
In the case of a genuine crisis or emergency, Imaginative Traveller's Thailand Office can be reached on Tel: +66 898 103 722 (Thailand, Laos, Malaysia, Borneo, Indonesia, Burma & Phillipines) and Tel: +855 92 555 969 (Cambodia).
We also have a dedicated 24 hour telephone number which should only be used once you have left the UK and in the event of a real emergency. Should you need to call the number, we will do what we can to help but please bear in mind that real progress or action may not be possible until normal office hours.
If your flight is delayed or cancelled, please let us know and then make your way to the joining hotel as instructed in these trip notes. If you cannot get through leave a message and a contact number as these will be regularly checked.
Emergency Number: +44 (0) 7985106564
Please also make sure you have access to an additional US$400, to be used when unforeseen incidents or circumstances outside our control (eg. a natural disaster, civil unrest or an outbreak of bird flu) necessitate a change to our planned route.
Visas are the responsibility of the individual traveller. The visa requirements for your trip vary depending on where you are from and where you are going. As a general rule most countries expect that you will have at least 6 months' validity on your passport. On arrival visitors may be asked to present return tickets and evidence of means to cover your intended stay.
We keep the following information up to date as much as possible, but rules do change - it's important that you check for yourself. Residents from other countries must consult the relevant embassies or your travel agent.
Australia: No - not required
Belgium: No - not required
Canada: No - not required
Germany No - not required
Ireland: No - not required
Netherlands: No - not required
New Zealand: No - not required
South Africa: No - not required
Switzerland: No - not required
United Kingdom: No - not required
USA: No - not required
If entering by air you will be granted a 30 day stay on arrival. If entering by a land border, you will be granted a 15 day stay only. A visa extension can be obtained in Thailand at an immigration office for approx. 2000THB. Alternatively you can apply for a Thailand visa in advance from your embassy or consulate that will allow a 30 day stay when entering at an overland border.
Australia:Yes - on arrival
Belgium: Yes - on arrival
Canada: Yes - on arrival
Germany Yes - on arrival
Ireland: Yes - on arrival
Netherlands: Yes - on arrival
New Zealand: Yes - on arrival
South Africa: Yes - on arrival
Switzerland: Yes - on arrival
United Kingdom: Yes - on arrival
USA: Yes - on arrival
Visas can be organised either in advance or on arrival. Check with your embassy or consulate and allow approx 3 weeks for processing. It is also possible to obtain your Cambodian visa on arrival at the airport or border crossing for approx. US$25 (cost subject to change) - you will need a passport photo.
If a point of contact is requested, please write: Freedom Hotel, Road #6, Siem Reap, Cambodia.
Australia: Yes - in advance
Belgium: Yes - in advance
Canada: Yes - in advance
Germany Yes - in advance
Ireland: Yes - in advance
Netherlands: Yes - in advance
New Zealand: Yes - in advance
South Africa: Yes - in advance
Switzerland: Yes - in advance
United Kingdom: Yes - in advance
USA: Yes - in advance
When obtaining your visa you should allow 3 weeks for processing, the cost is approximately US$60 to US$100. Check with your embassy or consulate for further details. Some nationalities are exempt from requiring a visa if their stay is less than 15 days, but if you are planning on staying in Vietnam for longer than 15 days you will need to obtain a visa extension in advance.
Keep the customs and immigration form you receive on arrival, as you need it to complete exit formalities on departure.
If your visa application asks for a point of contact, please write: Imaginative Traveller Vietnam 57A Nguyen Khac Hieu St, Hanoi, Vietnam Ph +84 4 3715 0996.
Your visa application form may require you to state the dates on which you enter and exit that country. Please note we suggest you list your date of entry a few days before, and date of exit a few days after, your intended dates in case you encounter any delays or problems en route. The following are the international/administrative border crossings for this trip:
On day 2 we cross the border from Thailand to Cambodia
The Thailand border is Aranyaprathet
The Cambodian border is Poipet
On day 7 we cross the border from Cambodia into Vietnam
The Cambodian border is Khaorm Sam Nor Kaoh Roka
The Vietnam border is Song Thien
To help calculate the exact dates of these crossings we have found the following website to be very useful - http://www.timeanddate.com
While we always endeavour to provide the best possible holiday experience, due to the nature of travel and the areas we visit sometimes things can and do go wrong. Should any issue occur while you are on your trip, it is imperative that you discuss this with your group leader or our local representative straight away so that they can do their best to rectify the problem and save any potential negative impact on the rest of your trip.
We recognise that there may be times when your group leader/local partner may not be able to resolve a situation to your satisfaction - if this is the case, please ask the leader if you may speak to their direct manager.
What you need to bring will vary according to the trip style you have chosen, the countries you are visiting and when you are travelling. Generally speaking you should pack as lightly as possible. On the vast majority of our trips you are expected to carry your own luggage and although you won't be required to walk long distances with your luggage (max 30 minutes), we recommend keeping the weight under 10kg / 22lb.
Most travellers carry their luggage in a backpack, although an overnight bag with a shoulder strap would suffice if you travel lightly. Smaller bags or backpacks with wheels are convenient although we recommend your bag has carry straps. You'll also need a day pack/bag to carry water and a camera etc for day trips.
Consider bringing your own water bottle to refill along the way. The sale of bottled water contributes to an enormous environmental problem around the world. In addition to the water in bottles, the production of a 1 litre plastic bottle takes 2 litres of water and 200ml of oil. A large proportion ends up in limited landfill or discarded in waterways and natural environments. Although it can be difficult to avoid bottled water when travelling, please consider water purification techniques such as iodine or micropur and use the water dispensers which are provided at some of our accommodation.
All travellers need to be in good physical health in order to participate fully on this trip. When selecting your trip please make sure you have read through the itinerary carefully and assess your ability to cope with our style of travel. Please note that if, in the opinion of our group leader or local guide, any traveller is unable to complete the itinerary without undue risk to themselves and/or the rest of the group, Imaginative Traveller reserves the right to exclude them from all or part of a trip without refund.
You should consult your doctor for up-to-date medical travel information or for any necessary vaccinations and anti-malarial requirements before departure. We recommend that you carry a first aid kit as well as any personal medical requirements (including a spare pair of glasses) as they may not easily be obtained at the locations on this trip. For legal reasons our leaders and guides are prohibited from administering any type of drugs including headache tablets and antibiotics. Please ensure that you are adequately prepared.
Rare instances of dengue fever have been reported in this region. This virus is transmitted by mosquitoes. There is no vaccination against it, but there are preventative measures that you can take such as wearing long clothing, using repellent and being indoors particularly around dusk and dawn.
Many national governments provide a regularly updated advice service on safety issues involved with international travel. We recommend that you check your government's advice for their latest travel information before departure. Please refer to our website's safety page for links to major travel advisories and updates on safety issues affecting our trip.
We strongly recommend the use of a neck wallet or money belt while travelling, for the safe-keeping of your passport, air tickets, cash and other valuable items. Leave your valuable jewellery at home - you won't need it while travelling. Many of our hotels have safety deposit boxes, which is the most secure way of storing your valuables. A lock is recommended for securing your luggage.
Your leader will accompany you on all included activities, however during your trip you'll have some free time to pursue your own interests, relax and take it easy or explore at your leisure. While your group leader will assist you with the available options in a given location, please note that any optional activities you undertake are not part of your Imaginative Traveller itinerary, and Imaginative Traveller makes no representations about the safety of the activity or the standard of the operators running them. Please use your own good judgement when selecting an activity in your free time. Please also note that your group leader has the authority to amend or cancel any part of the trip itinerary if it's deemed necessary due to safety concerns.
Please be aware that local laws governing tourism facilities in this region differ from those in your home country and not all the accommodation which we use has a fire exit, fire extinguishers or smoke alarms.
Some hotel balconies don't meet UK standards in terms of the width of the balcony fence being narrower than 10cm.
You may stay at hotels with unfenced pools and no life guard on duty.
Depending on where you come from please note that drivers in this part of the world may drive on the opposite side of the road from what you are used to. Look both ways before crossing any road. Traffic can be a little more chaotic than you might be used to at home. Be aware!
Please be aware that local laws governing transportation safety may differ from those in the western world or from your home country and not all the transport which we use provides seat belts.
While travelling there is always the risk of pick-pocketing and petty theft, particularly in the more touristy cities. We recommend that you exercise caution when walking alone at night and encourage you to walk together and only on main, well-lit thoroughfares. Be particularly vigilant on public transport. Simple measures like carrying your day pack on your front, not hanging your bag over the back of your chair and wearing a money belt will reduce any chance that your valuables should go missing.
While life jackets are generally available on water craft, there may be occasions where they are not provided and child size life jackets are not always readily available. If travelling with children and this safety issue concerns you we will be able to advise alternative methods of transport (where available) for you to travel to the next destination. You can choose to travel independently for this leg of the journey. This would be at your own expense.
Be particularly aware of motorbike bag snatching, especially in the bigger cities, such as Ho Chi Minh City.
Take care when taking part in any activities in the ocean, river or open water where waves and currents can be unpredictable. It is expected that anyone taking part in water activities are able to swim and have experience in open water. All swimmers should seek local advice before entering the water.
Travel insurance is compulsory for all our trips. We require that, at a minimum, you are covered for medical expenses including emergency repatriation. We strongly recommend that the policy also covers personal liability, cancellation, curtailment and loss of luggage and personal effects.
When travelling on a group trip, you won't be permitted to join the group until evidence of travel insurance and the insurance company's 24 hour emergency contact number has been seen by your leader.
If you have credit card insurance your group leader will require details of the participating insurer/underwriter, the level of coverage, policy number and emergency contact number rather than the bank's name and credit card details. Please contact your bank for these details prior to arriving in-country.
We highly recommend the Imaginative Traveller travel insurance which is tailored specifically for adventure travel and covers ALL activities featured in any of our tours. For more details please go to http://www.imaginative-traveller.com/travel-insurance
Responsible Travel is twofold. It’s about taking people to the places they want to go in a safe and responsible manner but also about respecting and maintaining the natural and often delicate balance of the destination. Economic gain from tourism is often fundamental to a country, but should never be at the expense of its culture or the environment.
Before you depart try to spend some time familiarising yourself with the destination you will be travelling to – their culture and customs. The country dossiers on our website offer detailed information about all the regions we visit. They also include some useful phrases in the local language for you to use on your trip! A few words of the local language can open up many more opportunities for you to interact with the people you will meet.
Although it is tempting to give out pens, sweets and money to people begging, and particularly tempting to give to children, we feel that this encourages a begging mentality and has a long-term negative impact on communities. If someone begging earns more than someone in the same community who works this can discourage local employment. If children regularly bring home money it may discourage their parents from sending them to school.
Always ask permission to photograph local people and respect their decision if they would prefer not to have their picture taken.
Respect local dress codes, especially at religious sites. Our tour leaders are always on hand to give you advice about this. When packing be aware that dress standards are conservative throughout Asia, especially outside major cities. To respect this and for your own comfort, we strongly recommend modest clothing. This means clothing that covers your shoulders and knees. Loose, lightweight, long clothing is both respectful and cool in the predominantly hot Asian climate. In many rural areas in Asia women will need to wear modest clothing even to swim. Singlets, tank tops and topless sun bathing are all unacceptable. When visiting religious sites men often need to wear long trousers and women a long skirt or sarong.
In many of the countries we visit you might see examples of animal cruelty (for example dancing bears, performing monkeys and snake charmers). Please do not take photographs of this or offer money as it encourages the activity.
Respect the environment you are in. It sounds obvious but do not throw litter, take it with you or use rubbish bins! You may see locals throwing rubbish on the street but do not follow their example!
When shopping in countries where haggling is the norm – enjoy it and only pay what you feel is a fair price for the goods you are purchasing. However, remember that the shopkeeper does have to make a living so do stop once you have reached a price you are happy with. Bargaining should be fun but always remember that a small amount can mean much more to the vendor than to you.
Endeavour to take home souvenirs made locally; the money you spend can be very important to the local communities. However, do use your common sense and don’t buy anything that you think might be made out of endangered animals or plants.
To help keep as much money as possible in the host country - try to eat in locally owned restaurants and order local drinks and produce rather than international brands.
In hotels do be conscious of how much water you are using. Many of the areas we visit regularly have shortages; try not to have hour long showers! Don’t leave lights, air conditioners or fans on when you leave the room – you wouldn’t at home!
Respect the environment you are in, especially when in national parks or reserves. Pay attention to rules about keeping on paths, keeping a distance from animals and not removing any of the natural habitat.
Relax and immerse yourself in the differences of the culture you are in – you’ll be back home in the familiar soon enough (and wishing you were still on holiday!). These cultural differences are part of what makes your experience special.
If you would like to offset the carbon dioxide that will be produced on your flights you can do this on our website (on our Responsible travel page). We work with climatecare, who will reduce the equivalent amount of carbon dioxide that you produce in another part of the World through their emission reduction projects. These projects are low carbon efficient technologies in developing countries and not only serve to reduce emissions but also help to spread the adoption of low carbon technologies and improve the quality of life for local communities. Details of climatecare’s projects can be found on their website.
Please do let us know if you have any comments about responsible travel at email@example.com
Illegal drugs will not be tolerated on our trips. Possessing or using drugs not only contravenes the laws of the land, but also puts the rest of the group at risk. Smoking marijuana and opium is a part of local culture in some parts of the world but is not acceptable for Imaginative Traveller travellers. Imaginative Traveller's philosophy of travel is one of respect towards everyone we encounter and in particular, the local people who make our destinations such special places. The exploitation of prostitutes is completely contrary to this philosophy. Our group leader has the right to expel any member of the group if drugs are found in their possession or if they use prostitutes.
Carbon Offset C02-e 101.00 kgs per pax.
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