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Sailing the Mekong River - Exploring Cambodia & Vietnam

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14 days Sailing the Mekong River - Exploring Cambodia & Vietnam
Sailing the Mekong River: Exploring Cambodia & Vietnam is a cruise like no other. Walk in the sublime temples at Angkor, a World Heritage Site built by the Khmer people over a 400-year period that ended in the 13th century. With one never-to-be-forgotten monument, vista and carving after another, and with magnificent Angkor Wat the centerpiece, the Angkor area stands out as a place that absolutely must be experienced.

At the Cambodian capital of Phnom Penh you’ll bear witness to the devastating effects of the rule of the Khmer Rouge, and also experience the dynamic, positive spirit of these people as they rapidly rebuild their lives and country. Stay in the great Vietnamese city of Saigon (officially called Ho Chi Minh City), a burgeoning metropolis with an interesting colonial legacy.

The new 48-guest river ship Jahan affords access to places that would otherwise be difficult to reach. Her cabins are luxurious and spacious, each with a private balcony, and she offers a standard of accommodation and service that has until now been unknown in this part of the world.
read more Sailing the Mekong River: Exploring Cambodia & Vietnam is a cruise like no other. Walk in the sublime temples at Angkor, a World Heritage Site built by the Khmer people over a 400-year period that ended in the 13th century. With one never-to-be-forgotten monument, vista and carving after another, and with magnificent Angkor Wat the centerpiece, the Angkor area stands out as a place that absolutely must be experienced.

At the Cambodian capital of Phnom Penh you’ll bear witness to the devastating effects of the rule of the Khmer Rouge, and also experience the dynamic, positive spirit of these people as they rapidly rebuild their lives and country. Stay in the great Vietnamese city of Saigon (officially called Ho Chi Minh City), a burgeoning metropolis with an interesting colonial legacy.

The new 48-guest river ship Jahan affords access to places that would otherwise be difficult to reach. Her cabins are luxurious and spacious, each with a private balcony, and she offers a standard of accommodation and service that has until now been unknown in this part of the world.
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Day 1 - Arrival in Cambodia

Day 2 - Siem Reap, Cambodia

Day 3 - Angkor & Siem Reap

Day 4 - Angkor & Siem Reap

Day 5 - Kampong Cham & Embark Jahan

Day 6 - Wat Hanchey & Angkor Ban

Day 7 - Kompong Cham & Kampong Tralach

Day 8 - Phnom Penh

Day 9 - Sailing the Mekong

Day 10 - Chau Doc, Vietnam

Day 11 - Sadec & Cai Be

Day 12 - My Tho & Saigon

Day 13 - Saigon, Depart

Day 14 - Arrive USA


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Day 1 - Arrival in Cambodia

Take connecting flights to Siem Reap, Cambodia
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Day 2 - Siem Reap, Cambodia

Arrive in Siem Reap, the gateway to Angkor, in the evening and spend the next three nights at outstanding La Résidence d’Angkor, built in traditional Khmer style with teak furniture and bamboo screens, and located along the Siem Reap River.
ACCOMMODATIONS:
La Résidence d’Angkor
MEALS:
n/a

Day 3 - Angkor & Siem Reap

In the morning venture out for an introduction to the area at the fine small temple of Banteay Srei, known for its exceptional carvings. After lunch, stop at Les Artisans d’Angkor to see how local artisans preserve age-old Khmer arts. Then visit the evocative temple Ta Prohm. The jungle has been allowed to continue growing here, framing the structures with the twisted roots and branches of ceiba and fig trees, giving you an idea of what archaeologists encountered when they began their work in the area. This evening we gather for welcome drinks and dinner at the hotel.
ACCOMMODATIONS:
La Résidence d’Angkor
MEALS:
breakfast, lunch and dinner

Day 4 - Angkor & Siem Reap

Begin early in order to get to Angkor Wat in time for sunrise. This visionary 12th-century temple, the world’s largest religious monument, represents the apogee of Khmer art and architecture. Crowned by five towers, with elaborate bas-reliefs and a profusion of statues that dramatically depict complex religious tales, along with some 2,000 carved apsaras (beautiful female spirits), Angkor Wat is enthralling. Return to your hotel for a late breakfast. In the afternoon take tuk-tuks (motorized taxis) to the great remains of Angkor Thom, seeing the Bayon Temple, known for its dozens of serene stone faces of King Jayavarman VII, and the Terrace of the Elephants. Tonight enjoy dinner at a fine local restaurant.
ACCOMMODATIONS:
La Résidence d’Angkor
MEALS:
breakfast and dinner

Day 5 - Kampong Cham & Embark Jahan

This morning drive eastward, with a picnic lunch, to the Mekong River. Embark Jahan, your home for the next seven nights, at the town of Kampong Cham. In the late afternoon you'll begin sailing along the Mekong, with welcome drinks and dinner aboard the ship.
ACCOMMODATIONS:
Jahan
MEALS:
breakfast, lunch and dinner

Day 6 - Wat Hanchey & Angkor Ban

Wat Hanchey, which you visit in the morning, is a large temple complex atop a hill overlooking an exceptionally pretty stretch of the Mekong, offering outstanding views. There is a lot to see here: an 8th-century temple from the pre-Angkor Chenla period, an Angkor-era temple, some fine contemporary temples and a school. In the afternoon visit the community of Angkor Ban, with many old-style houses that are built on stilts—some of them very tall. There’s a chance to walk through town and meet the friendly local residents. There is a fine pagoda along the riverside, and views of the fields across the river that runs into the Mekong.
ACCOMMODATIONS:
Jahan
MEALS:
breakfast, lunch and dinner

Day 7 - Kompong Cham & Kampong Tralach

From the town of Kampong Chhnang, drive a short way to a village where pottery is still made for sale to local residents by traditional methods. You’ll see how the pots are made and learn about the uses of the palm tree, complete with a taste of palm sugar if you’re so inclined. Then local boats will take you along the Tonle Sap for a glimpse into a unique way of life: seeing the floating houses and shops that line the riverbanks here. This afternoon, visit Kampong Tralach, on the banks of the Tonle Sap River, a small village that relies on subsistence fishing and working the rice paddies. Take local oxcarts through the rice paddies, seeing the age-old rhythms of life in the Cambodian countryside.
ACCOMMODATIONS:
Jahan
MEALS:
breakfast, lunch and dinner

Day 8 - Phnom Penh

Today will be a full, rewarding day exploring the Cambodian capital of Phnom Penh, situated at the confluence of the Mekong, Bassac and Tonle Sap Rivers. Begin with a “cyclo” (bicycle taxi) ride to the magnificent Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda, home and place of worship to Cambodia’s kings. The architecture, displays and furnishings are remarkable. We continue to the excellent National Museum, which has sculpture and many other artifacts from Khmer temples and other aspects of Cambodia’s history. After lunch at a local restaurant, visit an interesting local market, then venture out of town to the Choeung Ek “killing fields,” where many thousands of Cambodians were murdered by the Khmer Rouge and buried in mass graves. A moving memorial and museum are on the site. Late in the afternoon, visit the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, where innocent people were imprisoned, tortured, and many sent to their death. Exhibits show the determination of Cambodians that this should never happen again. Back aboard ship, an evening dance performance by children from a local orphanage shows how well the arts have been able to reestablish themselves.
ACCOMMODATIONS:
Jahan
MEALS:
breakfast, lunch and dinner

Day 9 - Sailing the Mekong

As you sail along the Mekong, there’s a chance to see life along the river, with traditional ships, barges and freighters plying the waterway. There will be a chance to enjoy Jahan’s many amenities, to hear talks by ship staff and for chefs to show you how to prepare some of Cambodia and Vietnam’s signature dishes. Cross the border into Vietnam, where you will spend the rest of the journey.
ACCOMMODATIONS:
Jahan
MEALS:
breakfast, lunch and dinner

Day 10 - Chau Doc, Vietnam

Friendly Chau Doc has one of Vietnam’s most interesting markets, with an astonishing variety of tropical fruits, vegetables and other goods. Continue to an island village with fish farms, and see fish being fed through trap doors in the floating platforms. Then see a village inhabited by people of the Cham ethnic minority, with a chance to visit the attractive mosque and to learn about a unique way of life.
ACCOMMODATIONS:
Jahan
MEALS:
breakfast, lunch and dinner

Day 11 - Sadec & Cai Be

From the hamlet of Sadec, take a local boat along a channel off the main river, with much activity to be seen along the way. Visit a small community where the villagers grow, process and fashion water hyacinths into floor mates and rattan baskets — a real slice of life in the Mekong Delta. At the town of Cai Be, we see the floating market, where people in boats sell their wares. Each boat has an object attached to a pole that shows what is being sold. Then visit a rice “factory,” where varieties of rice-based candies are made. Rice husks are reused as fuel for the cooking process, and ash is sold to farmers for use as fertilizer. We’ll also visit a Chinese-style house built in 1838, and walk along local lanes to see loganberries being processed by the families who live there. On board Jahan, enjoy a gala farewell dinner.
ACCOMMODATIONS:
Jahan
MEALS:
breakfast, lunch and dinner

Day 12 - My Tho & Saigon

Disembark Jahan in the morning in My Tho, and visit the great Vinh Trang pagoda, originally built in 1850. Then transfer to Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City), Vietnam’s greatest commercial center, where you’ll have panoramic views from a tower in the heart of town. See the grand exteriors of the 1911 Opera House; the former city hall dating from 1908 and the Notre Dame Cathedral, a red-brick edifice with twin spires; and visit the General Post Office, designed by Gustave Eiffel. Then check in to the outstanding Park Hyatt or InterContinental Asiana Saigon, located in the heart of the city. In the late afternoon, we meet with a local expert on Vietnam’s modern history. This evening, gather at an excellent local restaurant for dinner.
ACCOMMODATIONS:
Park Hyatt or InterContinental Asiana Saigon
MEALS:
breakfast, lunch and dinner

Day 13 - Saigon, Depart

In the morning take a walking tour of Saigon’s historic landmarks, which include a rich selection of fine colonial buildings. Continue to the Reunification Palace, headquarters of the South Vietnamese Government during the Vietnam War. The breaching of the gates by North Vietnamese tanks symbolically marked the war’s end. If you wish, end at the War Remnants Museum, which gives a strong view of the war through the eyes of the Vietnamese. The afternoon is free, or if you wish you can visit, with our compliments, the Cu Chi tunnels, part of a huge network of tunnels used by the Viet Cong during the war. Rooms are reserved until departure, and in the evening you'll transfer to the airport for flights home.
ACCOMMODATIONS:
overnight flight
MEALS:
breakfast

Day 14 - Arrive USA

Arrive in the U.S.
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n/a
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Itinerary Notes

Read this itinerary as a guide only; the exact route and program varies according to weather conditions and the wildlife/culture we encounter. Flexibility is the key to the success of Sailing the Mekong River: Exploring Cambodia & Vietnam.

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Start/End DateShipPrice per Person
1       Jan 06 - Jan 19, 2015Jahan$9870 - $14800View Details
Category 1

Category 1 - $9870

Main Deck #101-112. 323 square feet. Cabins 101-104 have twin beds (which can be pushed together on request), and #105-112 have queen-size beds.
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Category 2

Category 2 - $10590

Upper Deck #201-208. 323 square feet. Cabins 201-202 have twin beds (which can be pushed together on request), and #203-208 have queen-size beds.
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Category 3

Category 3 - $12350

Cabins 113-114 (Main Deck) are 376 square feet in area, and cabins 209-210 (Upper Deck) measure 344 square feet. Each has a queen-size bed. There is a television and private DVD player. Each balcony has two sun beds and a table.
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Category 1 Single

Category 1 Single - $14790

Category 1 cabins may be booked as a single. Main Deck #101-112. 323 square feet. Cabins 101-104 have twin beds (which can be pushed together on request), and #105-112 have queen-size beds.
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Suite

Suite - $14800

Upper Deck #211-212. These are the largest and finest accommodations on board, measuring 549 square feet. Each has a queen-size bed. There is a television and private DVD player. Cabin 211 has two sun beds and table, and both have private Jacuzzis.
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2  Alternate Itinerary Available  Jan 14 - Jan 27, 2015Jahan$9870 - $14800View Details
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  This departure follows the listed itinerary in reverse, from Saigon, Vietnam, to Siem Reap, Cambodia.
Category 1

Category 1 - $9870

Main Deck #101-112. 323 square feet. Cabins 101-104 have twin beds (which can be pushed together on request), and #105-112 have queen-size beds.
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Category 2

Category 2 - $10590

Upper Deck #201-208. 323 square feet. Cabins 201-202 have twin beds (which can be pushed together on request), and #203-208 have queen-size beds.
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Category 3

Category 3 - $12350

Cabins 113-114 (Main Deck) are 376 square feet in area, and cabins 209-210 (Upper Deck) measure 344 square feet. Each has a queen-size bed. There is a television and private DVD player. Each balcony has two sun beds and a table.
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Category 1 Single

Category 1 Single - $14790

Category 1 cabins may be booked as a single. Main Deck #101-112. 323 square feet. Cabins 101-104 have twin beds (which can be pushed together on request), and #105-112 have queen-size beds.
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Suite

Suite - $14800

Upper Deck #211-212. These are the largest and finest accommodations on board, measuring 549 square feet. Each has a queen-size bed. There is a television and private DVD player. Cabin 211 has two sun beds and table, and both have private Jacuzzis.
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3       Jan 20 - Feb 02, 2015Jahan$9870 - $14800View Details
Category 1

Category 1 - $9870

Main Deck #101-112. 323 square feet. Cabins 101-104 have twin beds (which can be pushed together on request), and #105-112 have queen-size beds.
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Category 2

Category 2 - $10590

Upper Deck #201-208. 323 square feet. Cabins 201-202 have twin beds (which can be pushed together on request), and #203-208 have queen-size beds.
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Category 3

Category 3 - $12350

Cabins 113-114 (Main Deck) are 376 square feet in area, and cabins 209-210 (Upper Deck) measure 344 square feet. Each has a queen-size bed. There is a television and private DVD player. Each balcony has two sun beds and a table.
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Category 1 Single

Category 1 Single - $14790

Category 1 cabins may be booked as a single. Main Deck #101-112. 323 square feet. Cabins 101-104 have twin beds (which can be pushed together on request), and #105-112 have queen-size beds.
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Suite

Suite - $14800

Upper Deck #211-212. These are the largest and finest accommodations on board, measuring 549 square feet. Each has a queen-size bed. There is a television and private DVD player. Cabin 211 has two sun beds and table, and both have private Jacuzzis.
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4  Alternate Itinerary Available  Jan 28 - Feb 10, 2015Jahan$9870 - $14800View Details
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Reverse

  This departure follows the listed itinerary in reverse, from Saigon, Vietnam, to Siem Reap, Cambodia.
Category 1

Category 1 - $9870

Main Deck #101-112. 323 square feet. Cabins 101-104 have twin beds (which can be pushed together on request), and #105-112 have queen-size beds.
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Category 2

Category 2 - $10590

Upper Deck #201-208. 323 square feet. Cabins 201-202 have twin beds (which can be pushed together on request), and #203-208 have queen-size beds.
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Category 3

Category 3 - $12350

Cabins 113-114 (Main Deck) are 376 square feet in area, and cabins 209-210 (Upper Deck) measure 344 square feet. Each has a queen-size bed. There is a television and private DVD player. Each balcony has two sun beds and a table.
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Category 1 Single

Category 1 Single - $14790

Category 1 cabins may be booked as a single. Main Deck #101-112. 323 square feet. Cabins 101-104 have twin beds (which can be pushed together on request), and #105-112 have queen-size beds.
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Suite

Suite - $14800

Upper Deck #211-212. These are the largest and finest accommodations on board, measuring 549 square feet. Each has a queen-size bed. There is a television and private DVD player. Cabin 211 has two sun beds and table, and both have private Jacuzzis.
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5       Feb 03 - Feb 16, 2015Jahan$9870 - $14800View Details
Category 1

Category 1 - $9870

Main Deck #101-112. 323 square feet. Cabins 101-104 have twin beds (which can be pushed together on request), and #105-112 have queen-size beds.
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Category 2

Category 2 - $10590

Upper Deck #201-208. 323 square feet. Cabins 201-202 have twin beds (which can be pushed together on request), and #203-208 have queen-size beds.
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Category 3

Category 3 - $12350

Cabins 113-114 (Main Deck) are 376 square feet in area, and cabins 209-210 (Upper Deck) measure 344 square feet. Each has a queen-size bed. There is a television and private DVD player. Each balcony has two sun beds and a table.
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Category 1 Single

Category 1 Single - $14790

Category 1 cabins may be booked as a single. Main Deck #101-112. 323 square feet. Cabins 101-104 have twin beds (which can be pushed together on request), and #105-112 have queen-size beds.
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Suite

Suite - $14800

Upper Deck #211-212. These are the largest and finest accommodations on board, measuring 549 square feet. Each has a queen-size bed. There is a television and private DVD player. Cabin 211 has two sun beds and table, and both have private Jacuzzis.
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6  Alternate Itinerary Available  Feb 25 - Mar 10, 2015Jahan$9870 - $14800View Details
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Reverse

  This departure follows the listed itinerary in reverse, from Saigon, Vietnam, to Siem Reap, Cambodia.
Category 1

Category 1 - $9870

Main Deck #101-112. 323 square feet. Cabins 101-104 have twin beds (which can be pushed together on request), and #105-112 have queen-size beds.
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Category 2

Category 2 - $10590

Upper Deck #201-208. 323 square feet. Cabins 201-202 have twin beds (which can be pushed together on request), and #203-208 have queen-size beds.
Book This Cabin
Category 3

Category 3 - $12350

Cabins 113-114 (Main Deck) are 376 square feet in area, and cabins 209-210 (Upper Deck) measure 344 square feet. Each has a queen-size bed. There is a television and private DVD player. Each balcony has two sun beds and a table.
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Category 1 Single

Category 1 Single - $14790

Category 1 cabins may be booked as a single. Main Deck #101-112. 323 square feet. Cabins 101-104 have twin beds (which can be pushed together on request), and #105-112 have queen-size beds.
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Suite

Suite - $14800

Upper Deck #211-212. These are the largest and finest accommodations on board, measuring 549 square feet. Each has a queen-size bed. There is a television and private DVD player. Cabin 211 has two sun beds and table, and both have private Jacuzzis.
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7       Mar 03 - Mar 16, 2015Jahan$9870 - $14800View Details
Category 1

Category 1 - $9870

Main Deck #101-112. 323 square feet. Cabins 101-104 have twin beds (which can be pushed together on request), and #105-112 have queen-size beds.
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Category 2

Category 2 - $10590

Upper Deck #201-208. 323 square feet. Cabins 201-202 have twin beds (which can be pushed together on request), and #203-208 have queen-size beds.
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Category 3

Category 3 - $12350

Cabins 113-114 (Main Deck) are 376 square feet in area, and cabins 209-210 (Upper Deck) measure 344 square feet. Each has a queen-size bed. There is a television and private DVD player. Each balcony has two sun beds and a table.
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Category 1 Single

Category 1 Single - $14790

Category 1 cabins may be booked as a single. Main Deck #101-112. 323 square feet. Cabins 101-104 have twin beds (which can be pushed together on request), and #105-112 have queen-size beds.
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Suite

Suite - $14800

Upper Deck #211-212. These are the largest and finest accommodations on board, measuring 549 square feet. Each has a queen-size bed. There is a television and private DVD player. Cabin 211 has two sun beds and table, and both have private Jacuzzis.
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Included

All accommodations aboard ships or in hotels per itinerary or similar, all meals and nonalcoholic beverages aboard ship, meals on land as indicated, air transportation where indicated as included, shore excursions, sightseeing and entrance fees, special access permits, transfers to and from group flights, use of snorkeling equipment and wet suits, use of kayaks (where available), gratuities (except to ship’s crew), taxes and service charges, services of a ship physician on most voyages, & staff.

Exclusions

Air transportation (sample airfare: US/Saigon &Siem Reap/US: economy from $1600), extensions, passport, visa, immigration fees, scuba diving (where available), meals not indicated, baggage/accident/travel protection plan, items of a personal nature, such as alcoholic beverages, e-mail, and laundry. Gratuities to ship's crew at your discretion.

Room Configuration

We will make arrangements for roommate shares for solo travelers at the double occupancy rate in Category 1 and 2 only. We match you with a cabin mate(s) of the same gender. Even if we are unable to find a cabin mate for you, no single supplement will be charged. Third person rates are available in certain categories at one half the double occupancy rate.

Families & Children

Travelers aged 17 years old and under save $500. Specially skilled staff who are trained in organizing activities that inspire curiosity in young people of all ages. These staff members have gone through a course designed by travel experts with years of experience in childhood and environmental education. This course has also been created in conjunction with the National Geographic Education department and NG Kids Magazine. And don't worry – even though these are educational travel gems, the primary emphasis is on "fun". After all, you are on a family cruise vacation!

For your party of 8 or more, you will each receive 5% off your expedition. A 10% deposit is due at time of reservation, and an additional 25% is required 120 days in advance.

Payment & Cancellation

In order to confirm this trip, a deposit of $900 is required at the time of booking. A Reservation Form, which includes a release of liability, must be completed and signed by all travelers. The balance of the trip price is due 90 days before the departure date. Guests who must cancel their trip for any reason must do so in writing. Cancellations are subject to the following per-person fees, based on number of days prior to departure:
120 or more days - $350, in form of a Lindblad Travel Certificate
119-90 days - Advance payment cost
89-60 days - 25% of trip cost
59-45 days - 50% of trip cost
44-0 days - No refund

Terms & Conditions

This trip is subject to AdventureSmith Explorations Terms and Conditions. Please read this information carefully and call us if you have any questions. A packing list and extensive pre-departure and travel insurance information is sent upon confirmation.

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The 48-guest riverboat Jahan offers by far the finest accommodations on the Mekong River. Nothing else can begin to compare with her outstanding staterooms, decor, service and food.
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Trip Reviews

OVERALL: 5 stars ACCOMMODATIONS: 5 stars MEALS: 5 stars

Overall Trip Review

National Geographic folks - the best. Crew on Jahan - super. Loved the little villages and the wonderful smiling people, especially the children. We least enjoyed Hue; group was tired, plane delays upon departure and one passenger said "I'm templed out." Overall, we learned a lot. These people are survivors!

Accommodations Review

Lindblad treats you so well. You expect the best and you get it.

Meals Review

This was a foodie trip. Endless wonderful food in interesting places. Truly an adventure, including the cooking class.

Crew & Guides Review

Jen was patient, warm and a wonderful listener. Michelle capably handled the unexpected, followed through on details.

AdventureSmith Explorations Review

You guys are always patient and helpful. Thanks for update on air changes. I had to tell expedition leader. You guys know from what you speak.

Traveler Advice

Be prepared for a different experience. Don't forget the antibiotics - different foods. Start with extension. This is a long, active trip, with lots of time in the air too. Plan time for rest when you get home.

P. & M. Weiss - Sacramento, CA