ALONG THE HO CHI MINH TRAIL

Travel Bulletin - - INDOCHINA -

EX­PLORE an an­cient Indochina trade route once used as a crit­i­cal line for mil­i­tary sup­port dur­ing the Amer­i­can War in Viet­nam with Wendy Wu Tours. De­part­ing Aus­tralia mid Oc­to­ber this year, the Along Ho Chi Minh Trail tour, will tra­verse re­mote ar­eas of Viet­nam and Laos, giv­ing trav­ellers the op­por­tu­nity to wit­ness sig­nif­i­cant land­marks and sites in Hanoi, Dong Hoi and Hue in Viet­nam; as well as the many coun­try­side ar­eas that were in­flu­enced by the en­com­pass­ing war- re­gions such as Sapa, Dien Bien and Vinh in Viet­nam and Nong Khiaw, Phon­sa­van and Xam Neua. The tour ends with two days in the town of Hoi An to re­lax both the feet and the mind with beau­ti­ful beaches, fresh seafood and plenty of shop­ping. Priced from AU$6290 per per­son twin share from Syd­ney, Mel­bourne and Perth and from AU$6590 per per­son twin share from Bris­bane, Ade­laide and Can­berra, the deal in­cludes re­turn econ­omy air­fares, 22 nights’ ac­com­mo­da­tion in­clud­ing a night on a Junk boat on Ha­long Bay and a sleep­ing berth on an overnight train to Sapa, most meals, re­turn air­port trans­fers, tour­ing with lo­cal guides and en­trance fees, visas for Aus­tralian pass­port hold­ers, as well as air­line fuel sur­charges and taxes.

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