Monday, January 25, 2010

26th Anniversary Cruise Tour to Vietnam & Cambodia

Many of you know that Vietnam has become one of my favorite country's to visit. Certainly one big reason for that are the people. A simple smile opens you the door to a truly different culture and gives you an insight of their way of living. On my last visit to Cambodia I was able to see Angkor Wat - the old Khmer temple complex. What a moment when you see the sun rise at 5am in the morning and you discover the impressive architecture for the very first time. It feels like you stop breathing for a few minutes and you wish this moment will never go by. Back then I decided to share my experiences with our Nonstop Travel clients and to put together a very unique journey to South East Asia including the highlights of Vietnam and Cambodia and combining a exciting tour with a luxury river cruise down the Mekong River.

The 26th Anniversary Cruise Tour to Vietnam & Cambodia is schedules for October 24th for 14 nights an includes the following highlights:

  • 2 nights Hanoi with visits of the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, residence one pillar pagoda, Hao Lo prison and Hoan Kiem Lake. Enjoy a water puppet show at night
  • 1 night Halong Bay Cruise with overnight on a traditional wooden junk
  • 3 nights Siem Reap (Angkor Wat) often referred to as one of the 7 Wonders of the World, features several World Heritage Sites including Angkor Thom, Angkor Wat, The Terrace of Elephants and the Buddhist Temple Ta Phrom
  • 7 nights Mekong River Cruise on boars the brand new 'Jayavarman', a floating sanctuary of style and space and with only 27 staterooms surely the most boutique and luxurious river cruise ship in South East Asia
  • 1 night Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City) offer the Reunification Palace, War Museum, Jase Emperor Pagoda, Notre Dame Cathedral and an optional excursion to see the Cu Chi Tunnel System
A full detailed tour description is available HERE

Please take a moment to check out this little slight show with pictures from my visit in October last year. It should give you a pretty good picture of what to expect. Fell free to call or email me with any questions you might have.

I would be delighted to welcome you on this amazing journey in October 2010.

Chris Weike

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