Spend your holiday exploring the beauty of the Mekong’s tranquil waters, marvel at unspoiled vistas of tropical jungle-clad mountain peaks, impressive rock formations, and secluded villages which give visitors authentic encounters and a warm welcome.
Did you know the Mekong River was a thriving trade route for six different countries for thousands of years? This famous river remains one of the few big rivers in the world that refuses to be civilized. Rich with wildlife (only the Amazon is more biologically diverse) and lined with everything from small towns to that stunning Angkor Wat temple complex, the Mekong’s many twists and turns have helped it retain its wild character.
G Adventures offers exciting river cruises with options ranging from 8 to 10 days. The tours average 12-16 travellers,to a max of 28 per departure which allows you to enjoy your surroundings in a small group. A river cruise gives you a chance to see a lot, but won’t take a lot out of you. Light walking and nothing too challenging make these tours great for all fitness levels.
Spend your holiday exploring the beauty of the Mekong’s tranquil waters, marvel at unspoiled vistas of tropical jungle-clad mountain peaks, impressive rock formations, and secluded villages which give visitors authentic encounters and a warm welcome. If this sounds appealing to you, give us a call.
With G Adventures your will sail on the Toum Tiou II which has been built with a traditional look adding a new dimension to your exploration of the area’s natural and man-made. The ship features elegant colonial décor, spacious public areas, and a stunning sun deck.
The Toum Tiou II at a glance
Capacity: 28 passengers
Cabins: 6 upper deck cabins, 8 lower deck cabins, all with en suite bathrooms.
Boat Layout: Large-screen TV in lounge, library, public areas with wi-fi access, outdoor dining and lounge areas.
Your experienced captain will guide your ship through awe-inspiring gorges, past labyrinths of pristine sandbanks, and confidently navigates turbulent rapids.
Enjoy exciting excursions offering spontaneous surprises and visit local markets to sample some of the local cuisine. Are you brave enough to taste fried locusts, dried oxtail or boiled chicken feet with chilli and lemon grass?
Unspoiled. Unique. Exciting. Authentic. Relaxing.
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