16 Days Cambodia & Vietnam Tour

Vietnam Tour

Discover the highlights of Cambodia and Vietnam on this thorough tour, journeying north from Phnom Penh to Hanoi.

Beginning in the incredible Cambodian capital of Phnom Penh, this 16 day tour is cleverly crafted so as to give you plenty of time to fully appreciate each destination. Experience the wonder of the Angkor temple complex in Siem Reap, truly one of the most awe-inspiring sites in the world. Distinctive Khmer architecture can be found all around Cambodia, with many bold-coloured examples of New Khmer designs located in Phnom Penh. The Vietnamese leg of the tour begins in Saigon, where you will spend a day visiting its many historic landmarks and French colonial buildings. After an enjoyable fortnight of sightseeing, set sail aboard a junk within the beautiful surroundings of Halong Bay, where you can marvel at the unique karst formations, made even more unearthly by the mist that often enshrouds them.

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  • Day 1 Arrive Phnom Penh

    Arrive in the vibrant and dynamic city of Phnom Penh and transfer to your desired hotel. Enjoy the rest of the day at leisure.

  • Day 2 Phnom Penh

    Set out on a city tour to visit the National Museum, which houses Khmer art and sculptures from different periods of Cambodian history, visit the Royal Palace which contains the Silver Pagoda. In...

  • Day 3 Phnom Penh - Siem Reap

    Fly to the city of Siem Reap, the gateway to the Temples of Angkor. On arrival, enjoy lunch in town and get ready to explore the legendary temples. Start with Angkor Wat, one of the modern wonders...

  • Day 4 Siem Reap

    Start the day with a transfer to the impressive Preah Kahn Temple located on the Grand Circuit. Make your way to Neak Pean, an artificial island which contains a Buddhist temple. Enjoy lunch in...

  • Day 5 Siem Reap

    Leave Siem Reap for Chhong Kneas on Trails of Indochina’s boat, the boat to learn about Tonle Sap Lake, its biodiversity and the Khmer rural culture. Enjoy a rare opportunity to meet with a local...

  • Day 6 Siem Reap - Saigon

    Fly onward to Saigon, Vietnam’s largest and dynamic city. Enjoy the rest of the day at leisure to explore the city.

  • Day 7 Saigon City Tour

    Saigon is the country’s commercial centre and, with over eight million inhabitants and four million motorbikes, a city that never sleeps. Despite the well-documented hustle and bustle, Saigon...

  • Day 8 Mekong Delta

    Drive from Saigon to Ben Tre, one of the country's southern provinces, located in the Delta of the Mekong River. Arrive at the waterfront pier and embark on an enjoyable motor boat excursion. At...

  • Day 9 Saigon - Da Nang - Hoi An

    The ancient town of Hoi An awaits you after a short flight from Saigon and transfer from Danang airport. From here, be introduced to the charming town on a walking tour to see some of the historic...

  • Day 10 Hoi An

    Enjoy the day at leisure to discover everything that Hoi An has to offer.

  • Day 11 Hue

    Drive about 3 hours north to the ancient capital Hue. Along the way, drive over the Hai Van Mountain and enjoy the spectacular views it offers.

  • Day 12 Hue - Hanoi

    This morning complete your visit to Hue by visiting the tombs of the former kings. Fly to the charming city of Hanoi, Vietnam’s capital characterized by its ochre-coloured colonial buildings,...

  • Day 13 Hanoi

    Take the day to visit historical and important sites in Hanoi starting with the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, where the preserved body of “Uncle Ho” resides; the One Pillar Pagoda, the Temple of...

  • Day 14 Hanoi - Halong Bay

    Depart for a journey to Halong Bay and board your desired junk boat and settle into your cabin. After lunch, enjoy visits to a cave and also a fishing village before returning for a cooking class...

  • Day 15 Hanoi

    Rise early and greet the day with a refreshing Tai Chi class on the upper deck. Transfer from the main boat to a small beach on Ti Top Island. Later, board the main boat and enjoy a delicious...

  • Day 16 Depart Hanoi

    Enjoy the day at leisure until your transfer to the airport.


The city of Phnom Penh enjoys warm, tropical weather all year long. There are two seasons: a dry season from December to April and a wet season from May to November. In the dry season the northeast monsoon winds keep the days sunny and dry, but the wet season brings the monsoons themselves, bringing showers and high levels of humidity. Many people choose to visit in December and January due to the comfortable climate and lack of rain.

Typical for Cambodia, Siem Reap enjoys warm, tropical weather all year round. The dry season lasts from November to March, with hardly any rain falling in December and January, although these two months are part of the Cambodian winter, meaning cooler climes. This time is ideal for sightseeing, allowing visitors to cycle and visit the temples comfortably. The wet season begins in May and lasts until November, and often brings spectacular storms.

The weather in Ho Chi Minh (Saigon) is split into just two seasons, and the city receives a tropical climate with hot, humid conditions all year round. The rainy season lasts from May to November, with showers tending to be short and sudden during this period. The dry season sees slightly cooler temperatures, but still maintains an average temperature of 28ºC. Typhoons are common between July and November, so it's advisable to avoid this period. Most people choose to visit during the dry season.

Danang's monsoon tropical climate means that it enjoys mild temperatures throughout the year. The temperatures peak between May and September, and conditions can become hot and sticky. The temperatures during the winter months can be quite cool, with plenty of rain received September through December. The best time to visit Danang is between February and May, when the skies are sunny and humidity levels aren't too high. The long wet season means that you may see some rain whenever you visit, although showers are generally short.

As expected of a city in central Vietnam, Hoi An enjoys warm weather the whole year round with an average temperature of 29°C. There are two main seasons: the wet season and the dry season. The wet season spans from September to January, and these months see constantly heavy showers. It is best to visit during the dry season, specifically between February and May when temperatures are moderate and humidity is low. However, if you're a sun-worshipper, plan your trip for May or June.

Hue's unique location within a mountain range gives the city its notoriously bad weather of gloom and drizzle for the majority of the year. The region does see a dry season however, and temperatures peak between May and August. Visiting during the dry months will also allow you one of the best Hue experiences - swimming in the river that runs through the Phong Nha caves.

Hanoi enjoys the typical weather experienced in Northern Vietnam, with a hot season from April through to October, and cooler winter weather from then on. The wet season mirrors the hot season, producing humid months with an average temperature of around 30°C. The weather is very changeable however, so don't be surprised to see temperatures, rainfall and sun hours vary from day to day. Generally the best time of year to visit is during April and May, with comfortable temperatures and still relatively low rainfall.

Halong Bay's climate is humid and tropical, with two distinct seasons. Summers are hot and humid, lasting from around April to September, and winters are dry and cold, lasting from October through March. It is best to visit during the dry season, although from December to February the weather can be cool and overcast, causing low visibility. Storms are likely during summer. 



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