Group Tour in Thailand & Vietnam - Best of Asia - 29 days

Best of Asia - 29 Days

Bangkok to Ho Chi Minh

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Bangkok to Ho Chi Minh

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Almost Everything Included
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Perfect for Solo Travellers
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Thailand & Vietnam Tour

Come and join us for the very best of Southeast Asia in just 1 month! Our 29 day / 28 night Thailand & Vietnam group tour captures everything Asia has to offer, from the ancient culture of Bangkok and the tropical islands in Thailand to getting lost in the lantern city of Hoi An and experiencing true local life in Hue & Hanoi. This 1-month trip covers all your South East Asia bucket list spots with floating bungalows, temples, sandboarding, elephants, and much more. This incredible backpacking tour in Thailand & Vietnam will leave you with a lifetime of memories and a bunch of new travel buddies!

What’s Included

Accommodation? Check! Activities? Yep. Guides? Of course! Meals? We threw in a bunch to keep you going!

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Best of Asia Itinerary

Day 1: Arrive in Bangkok

All packed and ready to go? Woop woop! It’s time to leave all those worries behind and head to the airport. We’ll be waiting for you at Suvarnabhumi International Airport (BKK) or the less commonly used Don Mueang International Airport (DMK). One of our trusted drivers will be standing with a sign with your name. Like all our other group tours, the first day is all about settling in and finding your bearings. We suggest aiming to arrive in the middle of the day to give you time to freshen up, explore the day markets, or just catch up on some sleep. We’ll head out for dinner and drinks at one of our favourite spots this evening!
📍 Location: Bangkok
🙌🏼 Key highlights: Airport pickup, getting settled in, dinner & chilled drinks

Day 2: Temples & street food… yum 🥢

Today we really mix it up with a visit to a local temple before getting a real taste of Bangkok’s back alleys before finishing the afternoon racing around the crazy streets by Tuk Tuk. After a busy sweaty day, it’s time to relax with a traditional local massage. After dark, we’ll do it Thai style on the world-famous Khao San Road for cocktail buckets and beers.
📍 Location: Bangkok
🍽️ Included meals: Breakfast & Lunch
🙌🏼 Key highlights: Walking tour, local temple visit, Wat Pho & Thai massage

Day 3: Time to shop, relax and grab the night train

Start the day with a cruise down the River of Kings as we head to one of Bangkok’s ancient temples. You’ll no doubt pick up an appetite but don’t worry, the local markets we’ll visit will satisfy your taste buds. In the afternoon, we jump aboard the overnight train as a group, sharing memories and reminiscing about the first few days in Bangkok!!
📍 Location: Bangkok
🍽️ Included meals: Breakfast
🙌🏼 Key highlights: River cruise, Wat Arun, Wang Lang Market & overnight train

Day 4: Welcome to the Khao Sok National Park

There is no place like it; as you arrive at Cheow Lan Lake, it will come to you… ‘WOW, this place is incredible’. We stay overnight in floating bungalows in 1 of the oldest evergreen rainforests in the world. Spend the afternoon sipping on cold beers while relaxing in a tube or going for a paddle in the kayaks. You might be lucky enough to hear or even see some wildlife.
📍 Location: Khao Sok National Park
🍽️ Included meals: Lunch & Dinner
🙌🏼 Key highlights: Floating bungalows, tubing & kayaks

Day 5: Let’s head south to the beaches

Today we say goodbye to the jungle (after a secret stop) and hello to the white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters of southern Thailand. As we arrive in Krabi, we’ll take to the steps of the infamous Tiger Cave viewpoint. The views from the top are pretty special, and you’ll no doubt meet the families of monkeys along the way. We’ll finish the day with a well-deserved feast and a few drinks to celebrate.
📍 Location: Krabi
🍽️ Included meals: Breakfast & Lunch
🙌🏼 Key highlights: Tiger Cave viewpoint

Day 6: Thailand in all its beauty - Railay Beach 😍

Krabi is home to some of the most incredible beaches in the world. After some chill time at the rooftop pool, we’ll take a longtail boat to the world-famous Railay Beach, home to towering limestone cliffs and white sandy beaches. There is no better place to top up your tan, relax and enjoy the tropical beauty of southern Thailand.
📍 Location: Krabi/Railay Beach
🍽️ Included meals: Breakfast
🙌🏼 Key highlights: Boat trip to Railay & Phra Nang Beach

Day 7-8: Let’s go island hopping…

Most of you have been waiting for this part of the trip. When you think of Thailand, you imagine island life, sunsets, beach bars, and fire shows. Well, guess what? Phi Phi has it all. We’ll explore secluded lagoons and snorkel in crystal clear waters by day. By night we’ll no doubt get our dancing shoes on with a splash of UV paint before hitting the bucket bars at the island beach parties.
📍 Location: Phi Phi Islands
🍽️ Included meals: 2 x Breakfast & 1 x Lunch
🙌🏼 Key highlights: Ferry, speedboat trip, snorkelling, fire show & beach party

Day 9: Time to recharge and hang by the pool ☀️

Today is a much-needed chill day for the group, as the last 9 days have been truly EPIC. After waking up with a ‘Chang-over’, you’ll be glad to know the day is pretty relaxed. We’ll no doubt find time to visit the Phi Phi viewpoint, but you can tackle the day in your own way. Today is the perfect opportunity to go scuba diving. It’s not something we include on our trip, but you have the time, and we suggest the morning rather than the afternoon to give you enough surface time before the flight up north.
📍 Location: Phi Phi Islands
🍽️ Included meals: Breakfast
🙌🏼 Key highlights: Free day & Phi Phi viewpoint

Day 10: Where the adventure truly begins

A short domestic flight from the south will take us to the Jewel of the North... Chiang Mai! The city, surrounded by mountains and jungle, screams adventure and is the perfect place to continue our trip. We’ll drop our bags and head to the food market to try some northern flavours!
📍 Location: Chiang Mai
🍽️ Included meals: Breakfast
🙌🏼 Key highlights: Travel day, flight & night food market

Day 11: Have you ever met an elephant? 🐘

Not every day you get the opportunity to tick off a bucket list experience... Well, today is that day. We start early and make our way into the jungle to find Thailand’s most sacred animals in a truly magical place. After taking a short walk through the rice terraces, we’ll spend time feeding them in a safe & ethical environment. We’ll finish what’s already been an incredible day, with our local guide showing us around the historic Old Town.
📍 Location: Chiang Mai
🍽️ Included meals: Breakfast & lunch
🙌🏼 Key highlights: Elephant sanctuary, walking tour & markets

Days 12-13: Pai, the hippie capital of Thailand

Time to ‘find yourself’ in the most chilled and hippie vibes South East Asia has to offer. Home to some of the warmest locals, Pai is an ABSOLUTE must, and you’d be crazy stupid not to visit. We’ll spend these few days tubing down the river, soaking in the natural hot springs and getting physical with a beginner's Muay Thai session. We’ll also find time to wander the IG famous bamboo bridge and relax with a bunch of other backpackers at the Pai Canyon.
📍 Location: Pai
🍽️ Included meals: 2 x Breakfast & 1 x Lunch
🙌🏼 Key highlights: Tubing (seasonal), Muay Thai class, hot springs, bamboo bridge & Pai canyon

Day 14: Learn to cook like a local

We’ll say goodbye to Pai and hello again to Chiang Mai. After some chill time, we’ll learn the secrets of preparing local Thai cuisine with an authentic Thai Cooking Class. Our local friends won’t just have you filling your faces with delicious food, but they’ll be filling your hearts with good vibes. Today will be a day you’ll never forget, with a night full of reminiscing and heartfelt goodbyes.
📍 Location: Chiang Mai
🍽️ Included meals: Breakfast & Cooking Class
🙌🏼 Key highlights: Cooking class

Day 15: Bye-bye Thailand… Hello Vietnam!

Today we say a sad goodbye to Thailand and to those who joined us for the ‘South to North - 15 day Thailand’ trip. Now it’s time to adventure further into South East Asia to the incredible city of Hanoi, Vietnam. Today you’ll need to jump on a connecting flight from Chiang Mai to Hanoi, there is usually a direct option, and almost everyone books that. We’ll have a driver waiting for you in Vietnam before we get settled in and head for dinner and drinks at one of our favourite spots.
📍 Location: Chiang Mai & Hanoi
🍽️ Included meals: Breakfast
🙌🏼 Key highlights: Transfer day from Thailand to Vietnam, getting settled in, dinner & chilled drinks
⁉️ Important: The flight on Day 15 from Chiang Mai to Hanoi is not included and should be booked separately. You can use this super helpful blog to guide you through booking your connecting flight from Thailand to Vietnam.

Day 16: Walking tour of the Old Quarter 🇻🇳

Wandering the streets of the Old Quarter here in Hanoi is the best way to experience your first few days in Vietnam. We’ll visit a bunch of super cool spots and get our teeth into some yummy local flavours before finishing on the legendary 3 wheeled rickshaws. No trip to Hanoi is complete without a visit to the infamous ‘Beer Street’, so grab a stool and let’s see where this crazy city takes us (don’t worry, they serve other drinks, not just beer).
📍 Location: Hanoi
🍽️ Included meals: Breakfast
🙌🏼 Key highlights: Walking tour of the Old Quarter, rickshaw ride, try egg coffee

Day 17: Overnight boat in Halong Bay 🛶

It isn't every day you get the opportunity to tick off one of the world's natural wonders. Halong Bay is a cluster of over 1,900 limestone islands that have been shaped over millions of years. The best way to experience this UNESCO World Heritage Site is by cruising around in a traditional ‘junk boat’. We'll indulge in ‘lunch with a view’ as we sail through the bay to our resting spot. After dropping anchor, we'll explore in kayaks and prepare for those sundowners. The views are surreal... today is all about the views! 😍
📍 Location: Halong Bay
🍽️ Included meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
🙌🏼 Key highlights: Arrive in Halong Bay, lunch with a view, kayaking & sundowners

Day 18-19: Let’s get local in Ninh Binh

Today we venture further off the beaten track to Tam Coc, Ninh Binh. This area served as the filming location for the most recent King Kong movie, 'Skull Island'. Let us introduce you to our local friends before we tuck into a family-style dinner with a little rice wine. Day 5 promises an adventure-filled day of cycling through the untouched countryside, cruising on traditional paddle boats, and enjoying 360-degree views of the valley from Dragon Laying Mountain. We then head south from Ninh Binh by overnight train to Hue.
📍 Location: Ninh Binh, Tam Coc
🍽️ Included meals: Breakfast x2, Lunch, Dinner
🙌🏼 Key highlights: Tai Chi, a local fishing village, explore by bicycle & paddle boat, Dragon Laying Mountain, overnight train

Day 20: Giving back to those who need it most 🛕

Wakey wakey, today we arrive in the cultural capital of Vietnam! Hue is home to some of Vietnam’s best cuisine and coffee shops. You’ll find heaps of historical landmarks like the Imperial City, ancient temples and the Thien Mu Pagoda. After visiting some of these cultural sites, we head to a community project that is very close to our hearts. Today will definitely give you that warm fuzzy feeling and leave your heart complete.
📍 Location: Hue
🍽️ Included meals: Breakfast, Lunch
🙌🏼 Key highlights: Arrive in Hue, Thien Mu Pagoda, Imperial Citadel, community project visit

Day 21: Road trippin’ to the city of lanterns 🏮

Time to take the ride over one of the most iconic roads in Vietnam, the Hai Van Pass. Spend the afternoon cruising through the windy mountain roads. We’ll stop for lunch at 1 of our favourite spots, and no doubt cool off at a waterfall (seasonal). The views across the pass are truly incredible. We’ll roll into Hoi An with enough time to go explore and maybe even grab a fruity shirt for our party night out!
📍 Location: Hai Van Pass, Hoi An
🍽️ Included meals: Breakfast
🙌🏼 Key highlights: Roadtrip on the Hai Van Pass, waterfall (seasonal), viewpoints

Day 22-23: Time to relax and explore 😃

After seven fun-filled days, it's time to slow things down and spend three nights in the enchanting city of Hoi An. There is plenty to keep you occupied, from brunch cafes and tailor shops to a beach just a short 15-minute bicycle ride away. Of course, we have some activities planned to keep you engaged, including a visit to our local friends farm and their neighbouring cooking school. If that's not enough, we'll take you to the local coconut groves by traditional basket boat and get hands-on with a lantern-making class. Hoi An is always a favourite among backpackers and solo travellers.
📍 Location: Hoi An
🍽️ Included meals: 2 x Breakfast, 1 x Cooking class, 1 x Dinner
🙌🏼 Key highlights: Free time, beach, cooking class, traditional basket boats, lantern making

Day 24: Natural mud baths in Nha Trang

We board an early morning flight to Nha Trang before heading to the mineral mud baths and soaking up all that natural goodness! It’s a very unique experience and often a first for most people. All freshened up? Great, let’s head to the hotel & get checked in before a bit of beach time or rooftop pool (up to you!). Tonight we head to a beach club in the heart of Nha Trang for dinner!
📍 Location: Nha Trang
🍽️ Included meals: 1 x Lunch
🙌🏼 Key highlights: Flight to Nha Trang, natural mud bath, beach club

Day 25-26: Sandy beachside town of Mui Ne 🏖️

Our time in Mui Ne will be an interesting mix of beach, pool and adrenaline! Mui Ne is known for its Sahara-like dunes, and there really is no better way to do it than getting stuck straight into some sandboarding, 4x4s or even quad bikes. There is plenty of time in between to explore, enjoy the beach or catch some surf (seasonal).
📍 Location: Mui Ne
🍽️ Included meals: 2 x Breakfasts
🙌🏼 Key highlights: Sand dunes, sand boarding, quad biking, 4x4s, pool & beach time
⚠️: Quad biking is an optional activity during our time in Mui Ne, and it’s approx $30 per quad for around 25 minutes. Triple check your insurance covers you for this kind of activity as it carries clear and obvious danger. We take no responsibility in the event of an accident or injury.

Day 27: The buzzing city of Ho Chi Minh

We'll arrive in the vibrant city in style, and you'll be looking out the window wondering how on earth this place functions with so many motorbikes! Ho Chi Minh City is a bustling metropolis full of life. After getting checked in, we'll take a stroll with our local guide, making stops to satisfy our taste buds. Ho Chi Minh City truly comes alive at night as we wander through the square.
📍 Location: Ho Chi Minh
🍽️ Included meals: 1 x Breakfast
🙌🏼 Key highlights: Bus to Ho Chi Minh, walking tour, city square

Day 28: Discover the Cu Chi Tunnels 🇻🇳

Prepare to explore the underground world of the notorious Viet Cong soldiers. Learn how these warriors lived beneath the ground, using tunnel networks and improvised weapons to overcome their enemies. If you're interested, you can even enter the tunnel systems yourself and experience it firsthand. If getting your hands on an AK47 or M16 assault rifle is your cuppa tea, you can pay a small fee to jump on the range and give it a go. Get ready for our last night out in Vietnam and experience some of South East Asia’s craziest nightlife!
📍 Location: Ho Chi Minh
🍽️ Included meals: 1 x Breakfast, 1 x dinner
🙌🏼 Key highlights: Explore the Cu Chi Tunnels and learn about the war

Day 29: It’s time to check out and say your goodbyes 👋🏼

It’s not going to be easy, but today is checkout day and the time to say goodbye after an incredible 29 days in Thailand & Vietnam. I’m sure you’ll be reminiscing over breakfast and trying to piece all those happy emotions together before you set off on your journey home or to your next destination. The tour finishes in Ho Chi Minh, and most people book their onward travel from here. The final day has no plans, so you can leave anytime that works best for you!
📍 Location: Ho Chi Minh
🍽️ Included meals: 1 x Breakfast
🙌🏼 Key highlights: Check out & onward travel

Ideas and things to do after your Thailand & Vietnam trip…
  • Extend your trip and join us on another tour
  • Spend a few extra days in Ho Chi Minh
  • Hop across to Cambodia or Laos
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Where We Stay

We pay close attention to safety, comfort and convenience to give you the best possible stay in every spot we visit. Our Thailand & Vietnam trip will be twin-share hotel/guesthouse accommodation with 2 people per room. If you’re travelling with a friend or partner, be sure to make this clear on the booking form, and we’ll make sure you are sharing together. If you’re travelling solo, you’ll be paired up with another traveller of the same sex.

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Trip Details

What’s Included

Start: Bangkok Finish: Ho Chi Minh
Tour Length: 29 days
Travel Style: Fully Guided
Avg Group Size: 12 - 16
Age Range: 18 - 39
No. of Activities: 61+
No. of Included Meals: 43
Tour Price: From £2249 per person

What’s included for the price:

  • All activities & local experiences
  • Secret unique stops along the way
  • Twin/double share accommodation
  • Local Guides & a Western Group Leader
  • Airport pickup on arrival
  • Group transport while on tour
  • Internal flight to Chiang Mai (Thailand)
  • Internal flight to Nha Trang (Vietnam)
  • Private WhatsApp group
  • No Hidden Costs!
  • Return airport transfer
  • Travel Insurance
  • Visas & Vaccinations
  • Flights to/from Thailand & Vietnam
  • Connecting flight on Day 15 to Hanoi

Included Activities & Experiences

  • Locally guided city orientation in Bangkok
  • Visit a local temple: Wat Chana Songkhram
  • Take a tuk tuk ride to the Royal Wat Pho
  • Relax with a traditional Thai Massage
  • Wander the infamous Khao San Road
  • Experience bars & nightlife in Bangkok
  • Cruise down the river to Wat Arun
  • Feed your tastebuds at Wang Lang Market
  • Jump aboard the overnight train from Bangkok
  • Visit the Khao Sok National Park
  • Tubing and kayaking on the lake
  • Fingers crossed for wildlife 🐘🐒
  • Sleep on floating bungalows in the jungle
  • Enjoy the views above the Tiger Cave Temple
  • Railay & Phra Nang Beach boat trip
  • Experience Ao Nang nightlife in Krabi
  • Witness the legendary Phi Phi fire shows
  • Phi Phi island hopper boat trip
  • Get your dancing shoes on for our beach party
  • Snorkelling, turquoise lagoons & monkey beac
  • Freetime to enjoy the pool & explore in Phi Phi
  • Hand feed cute elephants at a sanctuary
  • Locally guided city orientation in Chiang Mai
  • River tubing & our favourite sunset spot (seasonal)
  • Bathe in natural jungle hot springs
  • Enjoy a beginner Muay Thai experience
  • Soak up a sunset at the Pai Canyon
  • Learn to cook like a local hands-on
  • Locally guided city orientation in Hanoi
  • Ride a rickshaw in the Old Quarter
  • Experience bars & nightlife in Hanoi
  • Overnight cruise in Halong Bay
  • Kayaking around Halong Bay
  • Family style dinner in Ninh Binh
  • Explore Tam Coc by bicycle
  • Traditional paddle boat in Ninh Binh
  • Hike to the top of Lying Dragon Viewpoint
  • Locally guided city orientation in Hue
  • Explore the Thien Mu Pagoda & Imperial Citadel
  • Visit our local community project in Hue
  • Cruise the Hai Van Pass by road
  • Waterfalls and viewpoints along the pass (seasonal)
  • Experience Hoi An’s best nightlife
  • Freetime to enjoy the beach & explore in Hoi An
  • Authentic farm visit & cooking school
  • Traditional basket boat experience
  • Lantern making class in Hoi An
  • Nha Trang natural mud spa experience
  • Sandboarding and 4x4’s in Mui Ne
  • Locally guided city orientation in Ho Chi Minh
  • Learn about the war at the Cu Chi Tunnels
  • Optional: Fun diving for certified divers in Phi Phi
  • Optional: Try diving for the first time in Phi Phi
  • Optional: Sand Dune Quad Biking

Trip Preparation

Do I need a visa?

Thailand: For most travellers, Thailand is a very easy country to visit with a simple ‘Visa on Arrival’ process. This includes a long list of different countries* including; the UK, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Scandinavia and most of Europe. The ‘Visa on Arrival’ allows you 30 days when entering Thailand by air. If you don’t qualify for the ‘Visa on Arrival’, you can apply for a visa here.

Vietnam: For some, Vietnam is a very easy country to visit with a simple ‘Visa on Arrival’ process for nationalities such as the UK (not including Ireland) and a few other countries. The ‘Visa on Arrival’ allows you 15 days when entering Vietnam. If you need longer or your passport doesn’t qualify for the ‘Visa on Arrival’, you can apply for a one-month visa online or at your local Vietnamese embassy. It’s always a good idea to apply for a visa if you’re unsure of your plans to give you the opportunity to stay longer. Be sure to do your own research, as each country/passport will have different entry requirements, and the rules can often change. It's your responsibility to ensure you've ticked all the necessary boxes to enter Vietnam hassle-free.
*You must check your visa eligibility as we are not visa experts. The information above is general in nature. Here’s a blog that we put together to help; ‘An Unofficial Visa Guide to Asia & Australia’.

What vaccinations do I need?

Similar to visas, we are not medical professionals and would hate to give you false or misleading information. We recommend you book an appointment with your doctor or local pharmacy to discuss your travel plans and what precautions you need to be aware of. They will provide up-to-date official guidance and will no doubt have your vaccination and immunisation history on file. All destinations and areas we travel to are generally low risk but best to be on the safe side. Click here for a useful resource provided by the UK NHS website.

What about COVID-19 travel restrictions?

It's always a good idea to check whether your destination or airline requires you to be COVID-19 vaccinated or tested to travel. It's your responsibility to stay up-to-date and ensure you join us on the Thailand & Vietnam tour without any issues. Click here for a useful resource provided by the UK government.

Is travel insurance compulsory?

Travel insurance is an essential part of your trip preparation. It’s not only a smart idea to get covered, but it will also give your loved ones peace of mind. We actually require all customers to show proof of coverage at the beginning of the tour. We’ll need to see your name, area of cover and dates that the insurance is valid. It’s a good idea to get this sorted ASAP to ensure you’re covered for all eventualities.

Will I receive a packing list?

You sure will, once your trip is confirmed, you’ll receive a confirmation email with a bunch of useful information, including an ‘Arrival Guide’. Within this guide, you’ll find a packing list, safety and cultural information and some useful tips to prepare for your trip.

Should I bring a backpack or a suitcase?

Most people do prefer travelling with a backpack, and it’s generally easier when moving around, but it’s not uncommon for some travellers to bring a suitcase. We suggest bringing something you are comfortable with carrying and lugging around. It’s also important to bring a small day bag that can hold enough for an overnight trip or those travel essentials. Click here to read a blog we wrote on this, ‘Backpack vs Suitcase - What is best for travelling?’

Is there a limit to my luggage weight?

We suggest not going crazy with the packing and keeping it simple. Try and bring loose/floaty clothing that isn’t too thick or heavy. No need to bring heels or walking boots. Bring a few warm layers during Dec and Feb, as it can get a little chilly in the north. We limit the luggage to 20kg per person. Best to leave the kitchen sink at home 🤣

Are there laundry services on tour?

There will be a few opportunities to do laundry throughout the trip, but we always suggest bringing enough underwear and essentials for the full trip. Your Group Leader will let you know the best time to do laundry, but this usually doesn’t happen until 4 or 5 days into the tour.

Do I need to bring a towel?

There are towels provided for showering and freshening up at all the hotels we stay at. We suggest buying a microfibre towel or large sarong as they are small and dry fast for use on the beach and swimming.

How much spending money do I need?

Once you've booked your flights, paid off your trip and got some solid travel insurance you'll be all set for that South East Asia adventure. We suggest bringing no less than £600/$800, but this should be the bare minimum. We suggest working from an average of £400-500/$500-700 over 2 weeks, this will cover things like shopping, drinks, extra meals and anything else you fancy treating yourself to... maybe a few massages!?

What's the best way to manage my money?

We always recommend having a few different options when managing your money while on the road. Having your everyday bank/ATM card with you as a backup is always a good idea, but we strongly suggest signing up for a travel/currency card. Most of these cards can be managed through an easy, easy-to-use app. There are ATMs throughout the trip, and we suggest grabbing some local currency when you arrive at the airport.

Will there be a Whatsapp group?

You’ll receive a final email with useful information to help with your arrival approximately 2 weeks before the trip. This includes a link to a private Whatsapp group for the tour date that you’ll be travelling on. It’s a great place to chat with the rest of the people on the tour and your Group Leader. If you’ve not already, click this link and join the ‘Feel Free Family’ Facebook Group. The FB community is ideal for discussing how things work with past and future travellers. Add yourself to the group and make a post asking who else has booked or thinking about booking the same date as you.

Your Arrival

When should I arrive on Day 1?

We suggest aiming to arrive during the middle of the 1st day, it’s not essential, but it will give you time to freshen up before we head out for dinner and drinks. You’ll be grateful for that little extra time to relax, soak up some afternoon sun or just go for a wander and explore the local area.

Can I arrive a day or 2 early?

Absolutely! We actually recommend arriving a day or 2 early to give you more time to recharge and enjoy a bit of ‘me time’ before the tour begins. There might be experiences on your bucket list that we don’t include on the trip, this is the perfect time to fit them in.

Will I get an airport pickup?

Anyone arriving on Day 1 or who decides to book pre-tour accommodation with us will be picked up by our trusted drivers when they land. They’ll be standing waiting at the airport with a Feel Free Travel sign, so you’ll have no issues finding them 🙌🏼

Which airport should I fly into?

Most of the big international airlines will fly in through BKK (Suvarnabhumi International). If you’re on a low-cost airline or 1 of the Asian airlines, you may come in via DMK (Don Mueang International). Both options are good, and we’ll pick you up from either… no worries!

How do I know where to meet at the airport?

We’ll email everyone up-to-date arrival instructions 2 weeks before the trip with exactly where to meet the driver. Once you get picked up, we’ll get you back to the hotel and check-in. If your flight is running late, don’t worry, we’ll be tracking your progress on Google and will be waiting for you to arrive.

What’s the plan for Day 1?

The first day is the ‘Arrival Day’, there isn’t a huge amount planned. It’s the perfect day to relax, catch some sun and get your bearings. In the evening, it’s time to meet your new travel family, as we’ll be taking you all out to one of our favourite spots for dinner and chilled drinks.

After the Trip

What time does the tour finish?

All our tours finish on the morning of the final day, this will give you plenty of time to get back to the airport ready for that flight home or onto your next destination.

What happens after my tour?

It really depends from group to group… sometimes we’ll have a whole bunch of people hanging out once the tour has finished, travelling for days, weeks or even months together. But in others, you’ll have many people going their separate ways. As the trip unfolds, you’ll soon learn about each other's travel plans and share ideas for what adventures lie ahead. The hardest part is saying your goodbyes and giving your last big hugs to the people leaving straight after the trip ends.

Can I get help with return airport transfers?

You sure can, our Group Leaders are available throughout the trip to chat about your onward travel plans. They will be there to offer help and assistance when it comes to booking flights, taxis, buses, and ferries. It’s always a good idea to get your flights booked before you arrive, including any internal flights after your tour.

When should I book my return flight?

We always suggest booking your return flight later on the final day. This will give you plenty of time to get back to the airport and enough time to say your goodbyes and leave without any stress or worries. The airport is approximately 20-45 minutes from the hotel in Ho Chi Minh.

Can I stay longer and extend my trip?

You sure can, we don’t offer the option to extend your stay, but our awesome Group Leaders are eager to help and support your onward travel plans. You’ll no doubt get ideas from other group members as the trip unfolds, so keep those ideas to yourself until you meet the group.

I’m doing more than 1 trip, how do I book my connecting flight?

We suggest booking those connecting flights soon after booking your big international flights. We’ve written a whole blog to help when planning flights, click here to read more.

Do I get help with onward travel?

Whether you’re on a short break from work or a slightly longer backpacking adventure, our Group Leaders will help with everything from return airport transfers to giving you a bunch of ideas for the rest of your time in South East Asia and beyond.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is there Wifi on tour?

Almost all the places we stay on tour have free WIFI allowing you to stay connected with friends and family back home. There are certain places we visit that don’t, but we will always give you a heads up in advance so that you can prepare and let your loved ones at home know you may be unreachable.

Can I travel solo/come alone?

Absolutely! Our trips are built for solo travellers, and believe us… sharing new experiences with a group of new friends is one of the best things you can do. A large majority of the people that travel with us are 1st-time travellers doing it alone, so don’t worry, you’ll never be alone with us.

What’s the average age of people on these trips?

Our trips are specifically targeted towards individuals who are young at heart. If you’re between the ages of 18-39 and keen on a new adventure, you’re welcome to join us. We’ve found that the average age of our travellers is 22-32, we also get young travellers straight out of school as well as working professionals in their mid to late 30s.

How big are the group sizes?

We keep our group sizes small, with an average of 12-16 people per group, so that everyone gets to know each other and experience things at an enjoyable pace.

What’s included in the price?

We include most of the big ticket items like accommodation, activities, local experiences, secret stops, local guides, a western group leader and a bunch of meals. We also include an airport pickup on arrival!

What should I expect from the included meals?

You should expect almost all your breakfasts to be included to allow us to get the best out of each day. You’ll also get a few lunches on day trips and the odd dinner. We try and find a good balance between including meals and giving you the flexibility to eat what you fancy.

Do you cater for specific dietary/allergy requirements?

We make every effort to prepare for all dietary requirements and will do our best to support you during mealtime. Please provide clear information during the booking form and chat with your Group Leader during the first few days.

What’s not included?

You’ll just need to sort your international flights, travel insurance, visas and spending money 🙌🏼

Do we stay in hostels or hotels?

The accommodation on our trips is something we do better than anyone else, and our tours definitely wouldn’t be the same without the awesome places we stay. We’ve handpicked these places to give you the perfect balance of comfort, security and convenience. We really do love where we stay, and so do all our happy travellers 😍

Who will I share a room with?

All solo travellers will pair up with other travellers of the same sex… girls with girls & guys with guys. If you are travelling with a friend, let us know, and we can put you together… same if you are travelling as a couple, we will arrange a double room where possible. You can upgrade during the booking form if you’d like your own room.

Can I combine more than 1 trip together?

It’s common for our travellers to combine 2 or more of our trips. Our trips have been specifically programmed to allow you to do just that. You can often finish 1 trip on the same day another trip is just starting. After all, flight tickets are not cheap, you might as well maximise your experience if you have the time!

How do I book?

Booking your trip couldn’t be easier, find a trip that takes your fancy, pick a date, reserve your spot with a deposit and get that flight booked…

We always recommend reserving your spot before booking your flight. When our trips are full… unfortunately, they are FULL 😬 Check out our ’How it Works’ page for more information on booking your trip!!

This all seems too good to be true, how do I know it’s legit?

This is a question we recently added to our FAQs as we hear it time and time again, so we wanted to give you all a few ways to verify who we are;

Is This For You?

We understand that travelling solo can be nerve-racking and often overwhelming. If you’re looking for a hassle-free experience from the moment you land, this is the Thailand & Vietnam trip for you! Most people travel solo, or some come with a friend/partner, either way, by the end of this adventure, you’ll have a bunch of new buddies for all those future travel plans!

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