World Heritage Road (Code: VN-C03)



With the Grand Tour of Laos including the most important sights and activities the country has to offer, you will experience two unforgettable weeks in this enchanting country. From a luxury Mekong cruise, to traditional H’mong villages, mysterious archaeological sites, ornate temples and stunning waterfalls, this tour has it all.



- 14 nights hotel accommodation as below listed or similar.

- 14 breakfasts, 12 lunches, 1 dinner.

- Modern, comfortable transportation in private vehicle.

- Entrance fees as stated in the tour program.

- Boat cruise in Huay Xai, Luang Prabang.

- Local English or French speaking guide.



-International flights.

-Domestic ticket Vientiane - Pakse.

- Any meals and drinks other than specified.

- Tips and individual expenses.

Day 1 Arrive Hanoi


Arrive at Noi Bai and transfer to your hotel. Free time at your leisure.


Day 2 Hanoi - Ha Long

Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner

This morning we visit the Ho Chi Minh mausoleum, Ho’s impressive, but simple house and the One Pillar Pagoda before departing for Ha Long. Once we arrive at Ha Long pier, board a traditional, but luxurious, wooden junk and cruise through the spectacular islands rising from the tranquil emerald sea. Enjoy sumptuous on-board seafood and explore Sung Sot Cave, one of the most beautiful caves in the bay. Witness a splendid sunset. Dinner and overnight on your boat.


Day 3 Ha Long - Hanoi

Breakfast - Lunch

Explore a floating village by a small motor or rowing boat. After a late breakfast, we leave the cruise and head back to Hanoi. In the afternoon we will see the historic Temple of Literature, known as Vietnam’s first university, followed by a one-hour cyclo tour into the heart of Hanoi, the bustling Old Quarter. To finish the day, we attend the performance of the special Vietnamese water puppetry.


Day 4 Hanoi - Dong Hoi

Breakfast - Lunch

Today we fly to Dong Hoi and explore Phong Nha cave, listed as a World Heritage Site in 2003. We then drive to Phong Nha for a boat cruise along Son River to the beautiful Phong Nha cave, with its long underground rivers, caverns and passage ways, wide pristine sand banks and astonishing rock formations.


Day 5 Dong Hoi - Hue

Breakfast - Lunch

This morning we drive to Hue, one of Vietnam’s most cultural and historical cities once ruled by the emperors of the Nguyen dynasty. In the afternoon, we visit the forbidding Citadel and the crowded market of Dong Ba, where you can bargain for anything from souvenirs and bronze goods, to Hue sesame sweetmeat and conical poem hats.


Day 6 Hue - Da Nang - Hoi An

Breakfast - Lunch

Today we cruise on the Perfume River visiting the impressive tomb of King Minh Mang, with a stop at the Thien Mu Pagoda, before transferring to Hoi An, an ancient town of meandering narrow streets dating back to the 16th century.


Day 7 Hoi An - My Son Holy Land

Breakfast - Lunch

Today we visit My Son Holy land. Located 70 km southwest of Da Nang, My Son was the capital of the once mighty Champa Kingdom. It boasts a complex of ancient ruins that date back 1,700 years. This is the most complete example of ancient Champa ruins in Vietnam.


Day 8 Hoi An - Ho Chi Minh City

Breakfast - Lunch

Fly to Ho Chi Minh City, formerly Saigon, and once known the Paris of the East.  We visit the controversial War Remnants Museum, Reunification Palace, Notre Dame Cathedral and the post office. In the afternoon, we will see Thien Hau Pagoda and the busy market of Cho Lon.  Explore Dong Khoi Street, the city’s most upscale shopping boulevard with boutiques selling clothes and accessories by Vietnamese designers, hill tribe crafts, high quality linens and house wares. Don’t miss Ho Chi Minh City’s atmosphere by night. This city lives up to its exciting and often mischievous reputation.


Day 9 Ho Chi Minh City - Siem Reap

Breakfast - Lunch

We fly to Siem Reap to explore the fabled temples of Angkor. Visit the ancient capital of Angkor Thom, the South Gate with its huge statues depicting the churning ocean and Bayon Temple, the most famous of all the temples on the plain of Angkor. The temple complex covers 81 hectares, and is considered by art historians to be the prime example of classical Khmer art and architecture. We view a spectacular sunset from the Phnom Bakheng Hills. 


Day 10 Siem Reap

Breakfast - Lunch

Visit the unique interior brick sculptures of Prasat  Kravan, Srah Srang, Banteay Kdei and Ta Keo, constructed between the late 10th and early 11th centuries, and Ta Prohm, one of the area’s most beautiful temples. We also visit the famous temples of the grand circuit such as Preah Khan, Neak Pean, Krol Ko, Ta Som, East Mebon and Pre Rup.


Day 11 Depart Siem Reap


Free time prior before your departure flight.