Embrace Southeast Asia’s wealth of unforgettable experiences on our 31-day adventure tour of Thailand, Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia; it's an action packed adventure designed to feed the wanderlust of 18 to 30 year-olds.
Our adventure leaders will guide you around the region’s hidden gems and major highlights so you can get the most out of your trip. Explore the jungle to lead you to a remote waterfall, feed playful elephants and swim amidst bio-luminescent plankton.
- Spend time at an elephant sanctuary and get up close to these gentle giants.
- Explore UNESCO World Heritage sites.
- Gaze at the stars during your stay in tree-top houses.
- Learn how to cook authentic Thai food.
- Tube along the Mekong River.
What to Expect
Day 1: Arrive in Bangkok, Thailand
Day 2 - 5: Chiang Mai - Chiang Dao-- To get to Chiang Mai, you will go on an overnight sleeper train and will awaken to stunning scenery until you arrive at 700-year-old cultural capital of Northern Thailand. In Chiang Mai you will have the optional too learn how to cook authentic Thai dishes, watch a Muay Thai Boxing Show. Chiang Dao, the 'City of Stars', will give you the best stargazing experience from your tree-top houses.
Day 6 - 8: Mekong River- Luang Prabang, Laos -- The Mekong river will reached by bus and boat. The boat is a slow journey, and a great time to enjoy the scenery and water buffalo! At Luang Prabang, you will have the opportunity to do a "farm to table process" of making rice at the Rice Experience farm.
To get the rest of the itinerary, send us a message and we will send you the full schedule. Overall, the trip is filled with culture, views, food, differing transportation and accommodations, and loads of fun!
Housing & Meals
Your housing while on the tour will vary greatly depending on the day. Some nights you are in a hostel with a rooftop bar and others you are on a sleeper train. Overall, you will get a good feel of all of the different accommodation types that exist in Southeast Asia.
During your 31 days here, you will be surrounded by the most incredible food we have to offer. Whether thats Pakbeng sandwiches, a cultural remnant from French occupation or the local delicacy of ‘buffalo curry.’