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12 Days Vietnam to Laos Tour - 11N/12D

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12 Days Vietnam to Laos Tour

  • 11N/12D
  • Unlimited
  • ₹20,500
  • Day 1

    Welcome to Hanoi

    Greetings from Hanoi! Your local tour guide and driver will meet you at the airport when you arrive. The tour will then accompany you to the hotel and assist with check-in. You may enjoy the remainder of the day as you please.


  • Day 2

    Hanoi City Tour

    Your driver and guide will pick you up from your accommodation in the morning to begin the trip to the stunning Tran Quoc Pagoda, which is situated on the beaches of West Lake. Visitors can discover more about the incredible Buddhist symbolism found throughout this pagoda. Afterwards, proceed to the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum to pay a visit to the stilt house where the late Vietnamese president, Ho Chi Minh, lived intermittently from 1958 to 1969. The next stop is One Pillar Pagoda, a collection of buildings made up of a pagoda and a tower erected in the centre of a rectangular lake. Leave the pagoda and head to Vietnam's first college, the Temple of Literature. You must decide which museum in the city—the History Museum or the Ethnology Museum—you will visit in the afternoon. After that, take a cyclo tour of the Old Quarter, also known as the 36 streets, which is a bustling neighbourhood of narrow lanes and is home to hundreds of small stores and shopkeepers. En route, stop to appreciate Hoan Kiem Lake and Ngoc Son Temple. It's a fantastic area to discover in Hanoi.

    Hanoi City

  • Day 3

    Halong Bay Cruise

    Drive to Halong Bay, one of the Wonders of the Orient, around three hours after breakfast. Your Halong Bay cruise departs from Tuan Chau Island, the entrance to Halong Bay, at lunchtime. Visit some gorgeous caves, clean beaches, charming floating villages, and amazing rock formations that rise out of the green sea as you explore Halong Bay's riches in the afternoon. You can take advantage of the spa and massage treatments while on board. The inventive and varied cuisine served in the exquisite dining area, along with a large assortment of wines and beverages, is another highlight of the cruise. You can try to learn how to make traditional Vietnamese cuisine by watching the chef demonstrate.

    Halong Bay

  • Day 4

    Return to Hanoi and Flight to Danang

    After Tai Chi exercises on the sun deck in the morning, continue your cruise across the stunning Halong Bay. The dining room will host the breakfast buffet. After visiting a limestone grotto, you will next disembark the boat in Halong City at about noon. When it's time for your flight to Da Nang, your guide will afterwards transfer you to the airport. You will be escorted to Hoi An to check into your hotel as soon as you arrive.


  • Day 5

    My Son Heritage, Hoi An Ancient Town

    Travel to the Holy Land of My Son in the morning. The 4th century My Son Holy Land remains are hidden in the highlands, accessible by winding roads and calm views. It is strictly banned to live in or develop in the nearby mountains. The ruins are situated in a stunning hilly area. Enter the temples to learn about the Cham people's history and legends surrounding this sacred spot. Continue to the Ancient Capital of Hoi An in the afternoon to see the restored harbour town from the 16th century. The town is the ideal fusion of contemporary western restaurants and cafes with historic structures, homes, and temples. The Japanese Bridge, a renowned Chinese Temple, and a former Vietnamese prison are historic locations you will see.

    Ancient Town

  • Day 6

    Flight to Saigon | Visit Cu Chi Tunnels

    You will transfer to the airport this morning to catch your flight to Saigon. Your tour guide will meet you at the airport when you land and take you to your hotel so you can check-in. You will be guided to see the Cu Chi Tunnels in the afternoon. Learn about these incredible systems that the rebels in the Vietnam War built. The many pieces of weaponry used in the fight will be on exhibit for you to observe. Then discover the creative strategies used by the rebels to endure and win the fight. They constructed an incredible underground system that is still standing today to portray the Vietnam War story.

    Cu Chi Tunnels

  • Day 7

    Mekong Delta Discovery

    Transfer to remote My Tho this morning. The Mekong Delta, sometimes known as the "rice basket of Vietnam," is home to this developing capital city encircled by stunning scenery. Visit Vinh Trang Pagoda first, adorned with mosaics from shattered pottery. It is surrounded by gorgeous gardens brimming with flowers, shrubs, lotus pools, and tombs, as well as elegant gates that serve as entryways and is overshadowed by a large white Buddha. Continue your boat journey along the river to see the fishing towns, fruit orchards, and stilt residences. Visit An Khanh, a small village known for its fruit plantations and coconut desserts, after lunch. If time allows, you can stroll around the island or take a quick bike ride through it (the island is flat and relatively small). Your tour guide will greet you at the airport and drive you to the hotel so you can check-in.

    Mekong Delta

  • Day 8

    Angkor thom

    Start exploring the ruins of the Khmer Empire, which formerly controlled much of Southeast Asia today. Angkor functioned as the imperial capital. Visit the ancient capital of Angkor Thom in the morning. Ta Prohm is the first item of business. Huge, strangler fig trees and silk-cotton plants encircle and penetrate the old stone walls. The temple will give you the impression that you are on the set of an action film. Visit Banteay Kdei next, which is a type of scaled-down counterpart of Ta Prohm. Victory Gate, the Terrace of the Leper King, the Royal Palace, the Baphuon Temple, and the Bayon Temple are all further destinations. With 200 friendly faces, Bayon stands out and is sure to make you feel at home. With twisting halls, stairs, and tunnels. Bayon provides plenty of intriguing opportunities to fill your camera. In the afternoon, visit Angkor Wat, the world's greatest sacred structure. Some of the longest and most complex stone carvings may be found at Angkor Wat. The chambers, levels, and corridors that formerly held many of the valuables of the thriving kingdom can be thoroughly explored in the afternoon.

    Angkor Thom

  • Day 9

    Tonle Sap Lake, Kompong Phluk

    Take a half-day excursion in the morning to Tonle Sap Lake, Southeast Asia's largest freshwater lake. To take in the stunning lake views and mangrove woodlands, you'll go on a boat ride. Then, visit Kompong Phluk, the lake's largest village, to learn about the intriguing daily routine of the people who live there. Transfer to the airport for your trip to Luang Prabang following lunch. Your guide will meet you when you arrive and take you with them to check-in.

    Tonle Sap Lake, Kompong Phluk

  • Day 10

    Luang Prabang City Tour

    After breakfast, your full-day city tour will begin. You'll first stop by the Royal Palace Museum (closed on Tuesday), which houses a variety of fascinating items; Visit Wat Sene, the city's oldest temple, and the majestic Wat Xiengthong, whose low-lying roofs are examples of traditional Laotian architecture; Visit Wat Visoun's majestic stupa and Wat Aham's shrine. Before leaving the city to visit the weaving villages of Ban Xiengkhong and Ban Xienglek, spend the afternoon learning about the various ethnic traditions of Laos at the Arts and Ethnology Centre. Return to the city later to see Wat Mai. Finally, ascend Mount Phousi for a panoramic view of the city and the Mekong River at dusk and to examine the revered, gold-plated stupa. You will spend the evening at the well-known Night Market, where you may purchase handcrafted textiles manufactured by nearby hill tribes and residents.

    Luang Prabang

  • Day 11

    Boat Trip to Pak Ou Caves

    Beginning with an alms ritual in the morning, you'll accept the monks' blessing as you begin your unforgettable journey. Breakfast at the hotel and a trip to the Royal Palace Museum to learn more about Laotian history. Continue, and you will board a private boat for a 2-hour journey to Pak Ou Cave along the Mekong River. On the boat ride, you may take in the stunning scenery along the Mekong River and observe locals going about their regular fishing activities. After that, visit Pak Ou Cave, which is close to the Mekong River. Several gold-lacquered Buddha statues may be found in this cave.

    Boat Trip to Pak Ou Caves

  • Day 12

    Farewell from Luang Prabang

    The tour will take you to the airport today. We look forward to flying with you again and wish you a safe home voyage!

    Luang Prabang

  • Tour Cost - ₹20,500 Per Person
  • Tour Validity: Jan - Dec

Terms & Condition

Standard check-in time at the hotel is generally  2:00 pm and check-out is 11:00 am. Early check-in or late check-out has solely supported the discretion of the hotel.
A maximum of three adults are allowed in one room. The third occupant shall be provided a mattress/rollaway bed and can be charged extra for the same.

The itinerary is fixed and can't be modified. Transportation shall be provided as per the itinerary and can not be at disposal. For any paid activity which is non-operational due to any unforeseen reason,  we'll process a refund & the same should reach the guest within 30 days of processing the refund. Also, for any activity which is complimentary and not charged by EJI, no refunds are going to be processed.

AC  won't be functional anywhere in cool or hilly areas.

Entrance fees, parking, and guide charges aren't included in the packages.

If your flights involve a mixture of different airlines,  you'll have to collect your luggage on arrival at the connecting hub and register it again while checking in for the onward journey to your destination.

Booking rates are subject to change without any prior notice.

Airline seats and hotel rooms are subject to availability at the time of booking.

Pricing of the booking is predicated on the age of the passengers. Please ensure you enter the correct age of passengers at the time of booking. Passengers furnishing incorrect age details may incur a penalty at the time of travel.

In case of unavailability in the listed hotels, arrangements for alternate accommodation are going to be made in a hotel of a similar standard.

In case your package needs to be canceled due to any natural calamity,  weather, etc. We shall strive to offer you the maximum possible refund subject to the agreement made with our trade partners/vendors.

EJI Travel Solutions reserves the proper to modify the itinerary at any point,  thanks to reasons including but not limited to Force Majeure events, strikes, fairs, festivals,  weather, traffic problems, overbooking of hotels/flights, cancellation / re-routing of flights, closure of /entry restrictions at an area of visit, etc. While we'll do our best to make suitable alternate arrangements,  we might not be held liable for any refunds/compensation claims arising out of this.
Certain hotels may invite a security deposit during check-in, which is refundable at check-out subject to the hotel’s policy.

The booking price doesn't include Expenses of personal nature,  like laundry, telephone calls, room service, alcoholic beverages, mini bar charges, tips, portage, camera fees, etc.

Any other items not mentioned under Inclusions are not included in the cost of the booking.

The package price doesn’t include special dinners or mandatory charges at the time levied by the hotels, especially during  New Year and Christmas or any special occasions.

The cost of deviation and the cost of extension of the validity on your ticket are not included.

For queries regarding cancellations and refunds, please ask our Cancellation Policy.

All Indian tourists are required to hold valid photo IDs issued by any govt. institution.
Some monuments/temples could also be closed on a particular day of the week or for some days during festivals or royal ceremonies. 

Disputes, if any, shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts in  New Delhi.