Cambodia & Laos Luxury Tours

The reddish-brown Mekong River runs through Cambodia and Laos, where they share a bit of border. Both countries are less traveled than other Southeast Asia nations. 

Cambodia, however, has the advantage of possessing one of the world’s timeless archeological gems… Angkor Wat.

For generations much of the outside world believed Angkor was little more than an exaggeration or an outright fairytale. Today, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is recognized among mankind’s grandest architectural achievements, ranking in importance with the monumental sites of Egypt and those of the Inca and the Aztec in Latin America.  This amazing complex once encompassed more than a thousand temples constructed roughly between the 9th to 15th centuries.

Beyond these ancient temples, Cambodia’s Phnom Penh is one of the prettiest of the French-built cities of Indochina, while Siem Reap, with its proximity to Angkor, is becoming a major tourist destination with luxury hotels and busy markets.  It also boasts white sand beaches, untouched islands in the South China Sea, and remote, thickly forested mountains.

Laos, too, has a great sweep of pristine mountains.  They are home to some of the region’s oldest hill tribe societies.  The rapid pace of change taken for granted in much of Southeast Asia slows its pulse considerably when it comes to Laos.  There are no railroads and few roads and trails so the Mekong River, much like the early days on the Mississippi River, serves as the country’s main artery through which goods and communications flow.

Laos remains a land of genuine faith, where Buddhism permeates every facet of life, and everywhere you see lines of orange-robed young boys, novice monks passing silently by with their freshly shaved heads bowed.   It is also one of Indochina’s most beautiful countries with primary forests, lavish waterfalls, and a wealth of endemic flora and fauna.  Both countries offer rewarding adventures and authentic encounters to those who accept the invitation.

 


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President’s Pick: Incredible Indochina 29 Days President’s Picks Interest(s): Adventure Travel

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“I first visited Indochina with my family in 1998, and remembered thinking how much potential this region had if the infrastructure could just be improved. Fast forward to today and the conversation has changed completely to ‘how do we keep these areas authentic?’ This itinerary answers that question. Noted chef and author Daniel Hoyer introduces you to Hanoi's street foods, and you will visit the studio of celebrated artist Helene Kling in Ho Chi Minh City, who has lived in Vietnam since 1996. You even spend a night on a floating luxury hotel on the famous River Kwai. From world-class accommodations to sailing the Mekong River, this exceptional journey takes you to the cutting edge.”


Laos & Cambodia Rural Landscapes 12 Days Enrichment Series Interest(s): Adventure Travel

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Journey through the traditional towns and villages and rural landscapes of Laos and Cambodia. Experience Cambodia's staggering 12th century site of Angkor Wat. Enjoy a personal encounter with Asia elephants at elephant camp. Hike across bamboo bridges, past waterfalls, and fantastic limestone formations. Raft down Nam Khan River and take a quad bike into the forest to reach a nearly forgotten temple. Visit organic farms and rice fields in the heart of Cambodia. Discover Laos' relaxed capital of Vientiane and the temple-rich city of Luang Prabang.


Thailand & Cambodia 17 Days Enrichment Series Interest(s): Romantic Getaways, Sustainable Travel, Adventure Travel

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This extraordinary Southeast Asia adventure explores new territory from a cutting-edge winery, to quad biking in the rainforest, to exploring ancient Khmer temples, to a luxurious private island stay. Explore Asia with us. Learn about Asian elephants and the mahouts that work with them at a training school. Discover the art of Thai cooking. Spend a day experiencing a tropical rainforest canopy on zip lines, across sky bridges, and abseiling from towering trees. Set out on quad bikes to encounter Banteay Ampeul Temple, nearly lost in time.


Indochina 19 Days Enrichment Series Interest(s): Adventure Travel

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Discover Indochina with its remarkable landscapes, amazing cultures and welcoming people as you experience a Vietnamese cooking class, Cambodia's remarkable Angkor Wat and Loas' rural lifestyles.


Custom Cambodia & Laos Tour Varied Days Navigator Series Interest(s): Adventure Travel

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Explore Cambodia's ancient temple complexes of Angkor Wat, and Laos, land lost in time. Learn about their cultures and traditions, and discover the towns and provinces of northern Laos,


Cambodia & Laos 9 Days Enrichment Series Interest(s): Adventure Travel

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Cambodia and Laos offer a wealth of history, cultures, arts and architecture from Cambodia’s crown jewel of Khmer art - the fabled Angkor temple complex, and Laos' Luang Prabang, an enchanting UNESCO World Heritage Site of historic temples, monasteries and colonial-style buildings.


Myanmar, Cambodia & Laos: Minority Tribes of Indochina 21 Days Enrichment Series Interest(s): Adventure Travel

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Experience Myanmar’s spectacular Bagan dotted with thousands of 800-year-old temple ruins. Explore Cambodia’s fabled Angkor Wat and Koh Ker sites. Discover Loas’ rural towns and villages, home to some of the region's last traditional cultures. This adventure stirs the imagination of travelers willing to take in new experiences.


Cambodia, Laos & Vietnam 15 Days Enrichment Series Interest(s): Adventure Travel

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Experience traditional lifestyles and exquisite natural attractions of Southeast Asia. Cruise Vietnam's scenic Halong Bay, with its thousands of limestone islands, stroll the busy lanes of Hoi An, and Cambodia's ancient temples of Angkor Wat. Explore Luang Prabang, Laos, an enchanting town that is a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its wealth of historic temples and colonial-style buildings.