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Best of Italy

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Italia & Spain with Valencia


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Mediterranean Mistries

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Sound Of Music


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Budapest - Prague By Rail

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Wild life and the Cape

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All About China

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India Golden Triangle

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The Golden Triangle & The Mekong River

North To South "Bangkok To Laos"


Travel to Jordan

Explore Jordan

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Kenya & Egypt Safari

Highlights of Kenya

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Rome And Medjugorie

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Pilgrimage in Italy

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The Golden Triangle & The Mekong River

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Deluxe Tour

DAY 01

USA - Bangkok

USA - Bangkok

DAY 02

Bangkok Arrival (B)

Upon your arrival in Bangkok you will be transferred to your hotel.

DAY 03

Bangkok (B,L)

After breakfast , you'll experience the majesty of the Grand Palace, one of Thailand's most revered historical and religious sites. Later, cross the Chao Phraya river to sample the spices and flavors of Thai cuisine at the Oriental Hotel's luxurious Sala Rim Nam. In the afternoon, drive out to the Prasat Museum, for a special glimpse into a private collection of priceless Thai art and antiquities.

DAY 04

Bangkok (B,L)

Heading north out of Bangkok, we'll take you for a stroll through the gardens and pavilions of Bang Pa In, the unbelievable summer palace of King Chulalongkorn. From there, you'll board a traditional rice barge for a cruise up the Chao Phraya that will take you back into Thailand's regal past. After enjoying lunch on board, you'll disembark at the former Siamese capital of Ayutthaya, a city of graceful chedis and ruined temples, before returning to Bangkok by car.

DAY 05

Bangkok - Chiang Rai (B)

Leave Thailand's central plains behind, and journey north to Thailand's Golden Triangle. Upon arriving in Chiang Rai, you'll be met by your guide, and transferred to your accommodation. After settling in to the comforts of your surroundings, you'll have the opportunity to delve into the secret history of the region on a visit to the Hall of Opium.
Overnight in Chiang Rai

DAY 06

Chiang Rai (B)

Come face to trunk with one of Thailand's most graceful creatures as you learn how to be an elephant mahout. After mastering the necessary commands, you'll climb onto the back of an elephant for a thrilling ride that will put your new skills to the test. Once you're ready, you'll take your elephant through bamboo forests and across riverine flood plains on a trek to in search of local wildlife and breathtaking views.
Overnight in Chiang Rai

DAY 07

Chiang Rai (B,L)

In the morning, you'll depart for Mae Sai, a trading town at the northern tip of Thailand that will be your entry point into Myanmar. Cross the border for a samlor ride through the village of Tachilek, where you'll enjoy lunch at a local Burmese restaurant, then admire crafts at the market. Next, enjoy the spectacular views from Doi Tung, the former home of the King of Thailand's mother, then stop at the Royal Handicraft Center to observe the production of mulberry paper, pottery, and weaving.
Overnight in Chiang Rai

Day 8

Golden Triangle - Chiang Khong - Huay Say - Pakbeng (B,L,D)

An early wake up will see you passing through unforgettable scenery along the Mekong River as you travel to the border town of Chiang Khong. After completing the immigration formalities, you'll climb on board your boat for a journey into the jungles of Northern Laos. Before enjoying lunch on board, you'll stop at a hill-tribe settlement to wander around and observe the local lifestyle.

Day 9

Pakbeng (B,L,D)

After breakfast , climb back on board to continue your trip down the Mekong. At midday, you'll stop at Ban Baw, a village that offers you the chance to watch the making of traditional rice alcohol. In the afternoon you'll arrive at your lodge, a magical retreat near a Kamu village where you'll have the opportunity to engage in a variety of local customs and activities.

Day 10

Kamu Lodge - Luang Prabang (B,L)

In the morning we'll set out once again, on a riverine journey that will take you through bamboo groves and towering limestone pinnacles to the town of Luang Prabang. A stop at the Pak Ou village will allow you to step into an extraordinary cave complex that conceals thousands of Buddha statues and images. Upon arrival in Luang Prabang, you'll have the chance to freshen up in your hotel room, before we visit some of this charming town's most engaging sites, like Wat Visoun and the Traditional Arts and Ethnology Centre. Enjoy the views from atop Mount Phousi, then take a stroll through the evening hill tribe market.
Overnight in Luang Prabang.

Day 11

Luang Prabang (B,L)

Waking early, you'll be witness to the most unforgettable ritual in Laos, as dozens of saffron-robed monks walk the dirt lanes to receive alms from the townspeople. After breakfast at your hotel, take in the National Museum, the Central Market, and the five-tiered Wat Mai. Later, visit the astounding Wat Xieng Thong, a gracious compound of pastel wats decorated in colored glass mosaics, and the most important Buddhist monastery in the country. Later, splash into the Khuang Xi Waterfalls, then tour a local factory where handmade paper is produced.
Overnight in Luang Prabang.

Day 12

Luang Prabang - Xieng Khuang (B,L)

Departing from Luang Prabang, your journey today will take you to the mysterious Plain of Jars. Along the way, you'll pass through breathtaking mountainous setting as you visit Hmong villages and the Tham Pha Cave. With time permitting, you'll head out to view the jars, all of which are thousands of years old, and some of which weigh as much as 6 tons.
Overnight in Xieng Khuang.

Day 13

Xieng Khuang (B,L)

Your exploration of the Plain of Jars continues with a visit to Phou Sa La Tou and Hai Hin Lad Kai, where the jars sit atop a hill surrounded by rice paddies. Continuing on, you'll visit Muang Kham to enjoy hot water springs in a subdued forest setting. Said to be infused with magical powers, the warm waters are believed to have curative properties.
Overnight in Xieng Khuang.

Day 14

Xieng Khuang - Vientiane (B,L)

After browsing at the morning market, visit Hmong Villages and ruined temples along the way on a short drive to the ancient capital of Muang Khoune. An afternoon flight will transport you to Vientiane, the capital of Laos, a relaxed city of leafy boulevards and gracious French architecture. Enjoy the rest of the day at your leisure, strolling along the Mekong waterfront or slipping into an inviting café.
Overnight in Vientiane.

Day 15

Vientiane - Bangkok (B)

Enjoy your final day in Vientianewith a tour of the city's most important sites, from the humble niche Buddhas of Vat Sisaket, to the venerated That Luang, to the grand arch of the Patuxai monument. Time permitting, you'll visit Carol Cassidy's famed textile studio before heading off to the airport for your departure flight.

Day 16

Arrival USA

Arrive USA


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Port taxes

Tips and optional tour

Internal flights

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