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How to Offer the Off the Beaten Path Destinations of Indochina

February 24, 2015 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under: , , , , ,

Fitting an off the beaten track program into a holiday itinerary can be difficult especially if your customers are on a tight schedule. Luckily as the Indochina region continues to grow and travel infrastructure improves, there are more options than ever for exploring destinations more remote and less traveled. At Khiri Travel, we have some ideas for you on how to make this kind of trip fit in a travel itinerary using our destination management services and local expertise.

5 Days Far Flung Mekong Delta Immersion

Ho Chi Minh City – Ben Tre – Cho Lach – Can Tho – Soc Trang – Can Tho – Ho Chi Minh City

Get off the beaten track away from the tourist sites in the Deep South, exploring Vietnam’s exotic Mekong Delta region. Departing from Ho Chi Minh City, explore the highlights of the Mekong Delta–Can Tho floating market, village homestay with homemade meals, cycling through coconut plantations and visiting a cottage industry of painting on glass.

Read more details about this 5 days, 4 nights immersion in the Mekong Delta.

Laos: The Wild North in 7 Days

Vientiane – Xieng Khouang – Sam Neua – Viengsay – Viengthong – Nam Et-Phou Louey National Protected Area – Nong Khiew – Luang Prabang

Our product team in Laos crafted an adventurous loop of northern Laos featuring exotic wildlife, stunning karst topography, the ancient Plain of Jars artifacts, and Lao history during the Indochina Wars and today’s UXO (unexploded ordnance).

Read everything about the 7 days, 6 nights The Wild North trip in Laos.

Four Days in Cambodia: Chi Phat Explorer

Phnom Penh – Chi Phat – Antong Prang – Preak Ta Veal – Chi Phat – Sihanoukville or Phnom Penh

Explore Cambodia’s mountainous jungle and see a slice of countryside life with a visit to a CBT (community based tourism) homestay for bird watching, trekking, wildlife spotting and helping plant trees.

Read more about the 4 days, 3 nights Chi Phat Explorer trip.

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