Kambodscha und Vietnam Rucksackreise
- Besichtigung des spektakulären Tempelkomplexes von Angkor
- Auf den Spuren der Vergangenheit in Phnom Penh
- Übernachtung bei einheimischer Gastfamilie
- Tropisches Flair & Entspannung an den Stränden von Sihanoukville
- Bootstour im Mekong Delta
- Entspannung an den goldenen Stränden von Nha Trang
- Altchinesische Architektur in Hoi An & Hue
- Dschunkenfahrt durch die malerische Halong Bucht
- Tempel, Pagoden & Museen in Hanoi
- Termine & Preise
26 Tage Thailand · Vietnam · Kambodscha
- Tourcode: 131Y21115
- Teilnehmer (min./max.): 1 - 16
- Alter (von/bis): 18 - 29 Jahre
- Hinweis zur Mindestteilnehmerzahl
Reise zusammen mit jungen Leuten aus der ganzen Welt auf dieser erlebnisreichen Rucksackreise durch Kambodscha und Vietnam. Entdecke die Geheimnisse Indochinas auf dieser Abenteuertour durch Kambodscha und Vietnam. Unsere Rundreise startet in Bangkok und es erwarten dich in Kambodscha die spektakulären Tempel von Angkor Wat, das geschichtsträchtige Phonm Penh und die idyllischen Stränden von Sihanoukville. Wir verbringen eine Nacht bei einer herzlichen einheimischen Gastfamilien und genießen kambodschanische Hausmannskost. Dann erwartet dich Vietnam und die Stadt Ho Chi Minh City. Bei einer Bootstour lernst du das malerische Mekong Delta kennen. Entspanne an den Traumstränden von Nha Trang. Staune in Hue über die kulturellen Reichtümer der Nguyen-Dynastie und erkunde die prächtige Altstadt von Hoi An. Genieße die märchenhafte Schönheit der Halong Bucht bei einer Bootstour mit einer Dschunke, bevor unsere Tour in Hanoi endet.1. Tag: Bangkok
2. Tag: Siem Reap
3. Tag: Siem Reap / Angkor Wat
4. Tag: Siem Reap
5. Tag: Kompong Cham
6. Tag: Phnom Penh
7. Tag: Chambok / Homestay
8.-9. Tag: Sihanoukville
10. Tag: Phnom Penh
11.-12. Tag: Ho Chi Minh City
13. Tag: Mekong Delta
14. Tag: Ho Chi Minh City - Nachtzug
15. Tag: Nha Trang
16. Tag: Nha Trang - Nachtzug
17.-19. Tag: Hoi An
20. Tag: Hue
21. Tag: Hue
22. Tag: Hue - Nachtzug
23. Tag: Hanoi
24. Tag: Halong Bay
25.-26. Tag: Hanoi
- Kambodscha und Vietnam Rundreise gemäß Programm
- alle Transporte wie angegeben
- Fahrten im Nachtzug in Vietnam
- Ausflüge, Aktivitäten und Besichtigungen inkl. Eintrittsgebühr wie im Reiseverlauf beschrieben:
- Tagespass Angkor (1 Tag)
- Geführter Rundgang durch die Tempelanlage Angkor mit lokalem Guide
- Vorführung traditioneller Tänze in Chambok
- Ausflug ins Mekong Delta mit Übernachtung bei einer Gastfamilie
- Besichtigungs-Rundgang in Hoi An
- Fahrradtour in der Gegend um Hoi An
- Rundgang durch die Altstadt Hanoi
- Bootstour in der Halong Bucht mit Übernachtung
Leistungen nicht enthalten
- Internationale Flüge (gerne über uns buchbar)
- nicht genannte Mahlzeiten und Getränke
- persönliche Ausgaben, Trinkgeld
- optionale Aktivitäten und Ausflüge
1x Homestay / Gastfamilie
Die Unterbringung erfolgt im halben Doppelzimmer (Mehrbettzimmer gelegentlich möglich). Alleinreisende teilen sich das Zimmer mit einem/einer Mitreisenden des gleichen Geschlechts. Gegen Aufpreis ist die Unterbringung im Einzelzimmer buchbar (außer an den Tagen 7, 13, 14, 16, 22, 24).
Einzelzimmer-Zuschlag: 305 Euro
TourbegleitungEnglischsprachiger Reiseleiter und örtliche Reiseführer bei einigen Sehenswürdigkeiten
TransportartenBahn, Öffentliche / gemietete Busse, Boot
Zusätzliche ÜbernachtungenBitte kontaktiere uns - wir beraten dich gerne.
FlughafentransferBitte kontaktiere uns - wir beraten dich gerne.
Sa-wat dee! Welcome to Thailand. Your adventure begins with a welcome meeting at 6 pm on Day 1. Please look for a note in the hotel lobby or ask the hotel reception where it will take place. Bangkok has so much going on if you've got time to explore. Why not hit the canals for riverboat trip to Chinatown? Visit the Grand Palace and the Temple of the Emerald Buddha? Or indulge in some Thai massage?
Bangkok - Grand Palace - THB500
Bangkok - Wat Pho Temple - THB200
Bangkok - Chinatown Food Discovery Urban Adventure - THB2149
Bangkok - Tuk Tuk Experience Urban Adventure - THB1790
Bangkok - Temple & River of Kings Urban Adventure - THB2465
Bangkok - Bangkok by Bike Urban Adventure - THB1913
Day 2: Siem Reap
Brace yourself for a long day of travel as you board a private bus to Siem Reap (approximately 10 hours, including border crossing and lunch). Say 'Laew phop gun' to Thailand as you exit at Aranyaprathet, and enter Cambodia at Poipet. Your tour leader will help you with border crossing procedures. You'll need some US currency for this, so ready those greenbacks. When you arrive in Siem Reap (150 km or so past the border), the markets are a great place to start practicing those haggling skills. Better yet, try some cheap and tasty street food. Get some rest and relaxation tonight before your Angkor visit tomorrow.
Meals Included: Breakfast
Day 3: Siem Reap – Angkor
Time to visit the mighty Angkor complex with your guide. Get that camera ready, because it's going to be oh-so-pretty. Some of these temples are over a thousand years old, going back to the days when the Khmer Empire was top dog in South-East Asia. These beauties were known to represent the cosmic world and were set in perfect balance, symmetry and composition. Let your mind be blown as you roam around the complex with your leader. Don't even think about missing the sunset. The ruins are scattered over an area of some 160 square kilometres, but the main cluster of temples is close to Siem Reap, so you'll have plenty of time to get to grips with the larger-than-life Angkor Wat, the Bayon and the jungle-covered Ta Prohm.
Notes: A 1-Day Angkor Pass is included on this tour. If you'd like to return to Angkor outside of your included visit, you can buy a longer pass. Just ask your leader.
Siem Reap - 1 day Angkor Pass
Siem Reap - Angkor Temples Guided Tour
Day 4: Siem Reap
Today is a free day for you to experience Siem Reap in your own way. If you're all templed out, but still feel like something pretty out-there, you can opt for a Flight of the Gibbon zip-line course, which will have you soaring like an eagle over the rainforest (and perhaps getting that ticker started again, if Angkor Wat made it stop).
Siem Reap - Landmine Museum - USD5
Siem Reap - Remork transport to Angkor complex - USD20
Siem Reap - Three Day Angkor Pass - USD62
Siem Reap - Flight of the Gibbon Ziplining - USD129
Siem Reap - Phare Cambodia Circus Ticket - USD15
Siem Reap - Urban Adventure Cambodian Cook-Out - USD48
Siem Reap - Urban Adventures Tonle Sap Secrets - USD40
Siem Reap - Urban Adventure Street Food By Night Tour - USD47
Day 5: Kompong Cham
Jump on a bus and head to Kompong Cham (approximately 5 hours). It's a public bus, which means you'll reaaally travel like a local. When you arrive, you might notice how chilled out this town is. It used to be an important trading hub in the area. Mingle with the locals and enjoy the change of pace. It's a slice of small-town Cambodia with plenty to see and do. You can explore the 11th-century Wat Nokor (also very chill, some might say 'tranquil'). You can hire a bike to explore the rural island of Koh Paen, linked to Kompong Cham by a fancy bamboo bridge (in the wet season you'll have to take a ferry over). The locals here make their living fishing and growing tobacco and sesame, so it's an awesome place to go for a closer look at some of Cambodia's cottage industries. A little further afield are the twin 'mountain temples' of Phnom Pros and Phnom Srei.
Kompong Cham - Wat Nokor - USD1
Kompong Cham - Bicycle hire - USD2
Kompong Cham - Phnom Pros and Phnom Srei - USD10
Day 6: Phnom Penh
Catch a private bus to the capital city of Phnom Penh (approximately 3 hours). Cambodia's capital is set on a major junction of the Mekong and Tonle Sap rivers and boasts some mighty fine examples of French-inspired architecture. Top of the list of things to do: head out to the Choeung Ek Memorial, and the infamous Killing Fields where a stupa made of some 8,000 human skulls lies. Confronting but important to see, these sites are places to learn about the dark legacy of the Khmer Rouge. Visit the Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda to learn about brighter parts of Cambodian history. You can also explore Wat Phnom, check out the National Museum, take a cyclo tour of the city's key sites, or hit the pretty art-deco Psar Thmei aka Central Market (it's pretty AND pretty art-deco).
Phnom Penh - Killing Fields of Choueng Ek - USD3
Phnom Penh - Transport to Choeung Ek (Killing Fields) - USD15
Phnom Penh - Royal Palace & Silver Pagoda - USD10
Phnom Penh - Wat Phnom - USD2
Phnom Penh - National Museum - USD5
Phnom Penh - Tuol Sleng Prison Museum (S21) - USD5
Phnom Penh - Killing Fields - guide - USD17
Phnom Penh - Tuol Sleng (S21) - Guide - USD17
Day 7: Chambok – Homestay
Travel by private bus into rural Cambodia (approximately 3 hours) to the region of Kampong Speu and the village of Chambok. This is the location of your homestay for tonight. Here is your chance can really immerse yourself in everyday life. Facilities may be basic, but this is your chance to BE in Cambodia with the PEOPLE. Not to mention feast on a traditional Khmer dinner, prepared by your lovely and very talented hosts.
Notes: Accommodation is multi-share, with mattresses, bedding and moquito nets provided.
Chambok - Traditional Dancing
Chambok Homestay - Bike Ride - USD2
Chambok- Entrance Fee to Waterfall - USD3
Meals Included: Dinner
Day 8: Sihanoukville
Take a private bus to Sihanoukville (approximately 4 hours). Named after the Cambodian royal family, Sihanoukville has loads of beaches and welcoming folk. It's probably stating the obvious that you'll want to take a dip here.
Sihanoukville - Foot massage - USD8
Meals Included: Breakfast
Day 9: Sihanoukville
There are plenty of ace things to do here, like taking a boat bound for one of the nearby islands. If you do that, you can chillax among swaying palms trees and have nice barbeque lunch. Or, if the jungle is more your thing, make the trip out to the Ream National Park. It's 21 hectares of coastal mangrove forest, buzzing with exotic birds and animals.
Sihanoukville - Island Boat Trip & Snorkelling - USD20
Sihanoukville - Ream National Park entry fee - USD5
Sihanoukville - Express Boat to Koh Rong Island - USD25
Day 10: Phnom Penh
Take a local bus back to Phnom Penh (approximately 4 hours). Tonight will be your last night in Cambodia before you move on to Vietnam. The perfect way to cap off your time here would be to take an optional traditional massage at the Seeing Hands Massage Centre. The visually impaired masseurs here are some of the best in town, and it's a great cause to support. Also, let's be honest, after that bumpy bus ride you could probably use a little limbering up.
Phnom Penh - Traditional Khmer massage - USD8
Phnom Penh - Mekong Sunset Urban Adventures - USD63
Phnom Penh - Cyclo Tour - USD4
Day 11: Ho Chi Minh City
Travel by local bus from Phnom Penh to Ho Chi Minh City (approximately 7 hours). You'll exit Cambodia at Bavet and enter Vietnam at Moc Bai. Your leader knows the drill, so they'll assist you with border crossing procedures. Arrive in Ho Chi Minh City and get your first taste of this fast-paced, fun city. You'll see it's a combo of all kinds of flavours, old and new, East and West. Get a French baguette, best taken with a cup o' joe (the coffee is excellent here). Don't miss Reunification Palace. And there are some really cool things to see at the War Remnants museum, like a helicopter and a fighter jet.
Ho Chi Minh City - Reunification Palace - VND30000
Ho Chi Minh City - War Remnants Museum - VND15000
Day 12: Ho Chi Minh City
Free day until you meet your new group leader tonight at 6 pm. Some of the Adventures available in HCMC include Mekong Discovery, Cyclos & Markets, Cu Chi Experience and Saigon Street Food by Night. Your leader can help you book on the tour of your choice.
Ho Chi Minh City - War Remnants Museum - VND15000
Ho Chi Minh City - Reunification Palace - VND40000
Ho Chi Minh City - Ho Chi Minh Discovery - USD53
Ho Chi Minh City - Cyclos & Markets - USD41
Day 13: Mekong Delta
Head down to the Mekong Delta and visit unexplored Ben Tre where coconut is everything and anything. The fertile delta is famous for its abundant harvests of tropical fruits and flowers as well as boating along the canals. On arrival, we board our private boat and cruise along the maze of waterways to visit some local cottage industries. Then head to our overnight local guesthouse along the water.
Meals Included: Lunch, Dinner
Mekong Delta - Boat cruise and homestay
We'll be sleeping on simple camp beds in dorm-style rooms with all meals included. Bedding and mosquito nets are provided. Shared toilet and bathroom facilities are basic.
Day 14: Mekong Delta - Overnight Train
Rising early to the sounds of the delta coming alive, we enjoy a simple breakfast before boarding our boat, and catching a bus back to Ho Chi Minh City. Enjoy some free time in Ho Chi Minh City to go check out a few more sites or some tasty street food snacks. Late this afternoon board an overnight train to Nha Trang departing (approx 11 hours). Although conditions are basic, overnight trains are all part of the experience and the best way to travel long distances with the locals.
Accommodation: Overnight sleeper train
Meals Included: Breakfast
Sleeper trains typically have four berth compartments (occasionally six berth depending on seasonal variations and group configuration), which have bench seats that convert into sleeping bunks. A sheet, pillow and blanket are provided, although some travellers prefer to bring their own sleeping sheet. On occasion, passengers of different genders will be required to share a compartment and there will be occasions where you'll be sharing with local travellers or travellers who are not part of your group. Most trains have a dining carriage serving simple food, but some travellers take the opportunity to stock up on fresh bread, cheese and fruit prior to departure.
Shared hotel rooms are available after check out time, shared between up to 6 members of the group, so you can prepare if needed before your train journey.
Day 15: Nha Trang
Arrive in Nha Trang at approximately 5am and transfer to your hotel. Once referred to as the 'Cannes of the Orient', Nha Trang's sandy palm-lined beach and island-dotted bay still make an idyllic picture, and a cosmopolitan feel prevails in the town itself. Spend your days here soaking up the sun on a lovely beach, exploring the local markets or checking out the ancient Cham Towers nearby. Make sure you try some of the excellent seafood restaurants.
Nha Trang - Boat trip - VND1316000
Nha Trang - Row boat tour - VND20000
Shared use hotel rooms are available at your hotel this morning before regular check in.
Day 16: Nha Trang - Overnight train
Today is the day is yours! Soak up some more free time in Nha Trang. Board an overnight train late in the evening, bound for Danang (approx. 8 hours).
Accommodation: Overnight sleeper train
Nha Trang - Mud baths - VND280000
Nha Trang - Bao Dai Villa - VND120000
Day 17: Hoi An
Arrive in Danang and travel by minibus to Hoi An (approx 1 hr). Recently declared a World Heritage site, Hoi An is being beautifully restored and preserved. Known as Faifo to early western traders, it was one of South-East Asia's major international ports during the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. Today, parts of Hoi An look exactly as they did more than a century ago and it retains the feel of centuries past, making it the sort of place that grows on you the more you explore it. It's also a shopping mecca – with much to browse and buy. Choose from original paintings, handcrafted woodwork, ceramics, embroidery, lanterns and more. Hoi An has also become famous for its tailoring, with a great variety of fabrics and tailors to choose from. Bring your favourite piece of clothing or even just a picture, and you'll be able to have it copied.
Hoi An - Ancient town walk and entrance ticket
Hoi An - cooking course - VND420000
Day 18: Hoi An
There's no better way to explore the peaceful countryside of Hoi An than by bike. Your leader will take you to places few tourists get the chance to see, past green rice paddies and small creeks, this is a true insight into country living in Vietnam.
Hoi An - Countryside bicycle tour
Hoi An - My Son Cham day trip - USD35
Hoi An - Thu Bon river boat trip - VND100000
Day 19: Hue
Departing Hoi An, we can pass by My Khe Beach before crossing the dramatic Hai Van Pass to the picturesque fishing village of Lang Co. After a quick stop, continue on to Hue (approx 5 hrs including stops). As the former imperial capital of Vietnam, Hue holds the treasures of Vietnam's royal past and is a curious mix of bustling streets and tranquil settings. Your afternoon is free day to explore. The Dong Ba market, which sells everything imaginable, is a great place to spend some time. Visit the Imperial Citadel, including the Forbidden Purple City. The latter was almost totally destroyed during the Vietnam War's Tet Offensive, but the foliage-covered ruins are still atmospheric and the gaping holes left by bombs give an idea of the destruction wreaked upon the country during the war.
Day 20: Hue
Today is a free day. You might like to take a dragon boat cruise on the Perfume River, and a visit to Thien Mu Pagoda, considered by many to be the unofficial symbol of Hue. It's an active Buddhist monastery with its origins dating back to 1601. One of the most poignant displays is a car belonging to a former monk who, in 1963, drove to Saigon and set himself alight to protest against the treatment of Buddhists by the South Vietnamese regime.
Hue - Imperial citadel - VND150000
Hue - Perfume river cruise and Thien Mu Pagoda - VND220000
Hue - Royal tomb - VND136000
Day 21: Phong Nha
Jump on the bus and make your way to Phong Nha. On the way there's the chance to check out the Hien Luong Bridge – it's smack bang on the 17th Parallel, so it separated the North from the South during the war. You can also choose to head underground at Vinh Moc, an expansive network of limestone tunnels that locals used as shelters from the bombing.
Travel on to Phong Nha and take the afternoon to explore your surroundings. You'll stay just outside Phong Nha Town, and there are loads of optional activities to take advantage of. The town is near Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park, an amazing landscape riddled with caves and underground rivers. Maybe take a boat through Phong Nha Cave, or check out one of the spectacular caverns like Paradise Cave.
Day 22: Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park Dong Hoi - Overnight train
Take the day to make the most of your time in Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park. This is a UNESCO World Heritage site and is the oldest karst (which basically means underground eroded limestone) mountain range in Asia. This bad boy is over 400 million years old so there's plenty to explore. Jump on one of the optional activities, or just sit back and take in this stunning scenery. Later today you'll head back to Dong Hoi and hop back on a sleeper train (approximately 8pm - 5:50am) – you'll be pro at this now and know exactly what to do.
Accommodation: Overnight sleeper train
Day 23: Hanoi
Arrive in Hanoi very early (approx. 5.30am) and transfer to your hotel. Then leave your gear in a day room at the hotel. The capital of Vietnam is a charming city with a population of over six million. Hanoi is famous for its beautiful lakes, shaded boulevards, verdant public parks and its thriving Old Quarter, which is an architectural museum piece with blocks of ochre buildings retaining the air of a 1930s provincial French town. As Vietnam develops to compete with other South-East Asian countries, the beautiful Hoan Kiem Lake reflects the contrasts of modern office buildings, old Buddhist temples and the tangle of ancient streets in its still surface. Take a walking tour of the Old Quarter. You'll visit the Dong Xuan market, the biggest wholesale market in northern Vietnam, stroll through the ancient '36 streets' where you can discover an amazing selection of shops selling everything from souvenirs to exquisite silk clothing, beautifully embroidered tablecloths. Your leader will point out some of the unique architecture around Hoan Kiem Lake and the myths and legends of the lake.
Hanoi - Old Quarter Walking Tour
Hanoi - Ho Chi Minh Complex: Ho Chi Minh's Mausoleum, Stilt House and Museum - VND80000
Hanoi - Fine Arts Museum - VND30000
Hanoi - Army Museum - VND20000Hanoi - Women's Museum - VND30000
Hanoi - Temple of Literature - VND30000
Hanoi - Hoa Lo 'Hanoi Hilton' Prison - VND30000
Hanoi - Museum of Ethnology - VND40000
Hanoi - Village Discovery by Bike - USD33
Shared use hotel rooms are available at your hotel this morning before check in.
Day 24: Halong Bay
Drive through the Red River Delta to Halong Bay (approx 4 hrs), stopping en route for refreshments at a handicraft village run by disabled people. Halong Bay is a breathtaking secluded harbour with 2,000 limestone islands rising from the emerald waters of Bac Bo Gulf. One of Vietnam's most scenic regions, this area of about 1,500 sq km is dotted with innumerable beaches and grottos, created over thousands of years by waves and wind. Board your boat and cruise the breath-taking bay with its limestone karsts rising from the clear emerald waters. You'll explore some of the awesome caves in the area and fill up with both lunch and dinner on-board. What's on the menu? Seafood of course. Once you settle into junk boat life you won't want to go anywhere – so spend the night rocking away on the waters of Halong Bay (with the waves and maybe a spot of karaoke).
Accommodation: Overnight boat
Meals Included: Lunch, Dinner
Halong Bay - Overnight boat cruise
Pack a smaller overnight bag to take to Halong Bay as it will make it easier for boarding your boat. You can store your main luggage in Hanoi for tonight.
Kayaking and swimming is restricted to designated zones within the bay.
There are restrictions on the number of boats that are permitted to stay in the bay overnight. To ensure all travellers can be accommodated on board available boats, on rare occasions you will stay on a larger boat (with approximately 12 cabins) and share your boat with another group. Or your group may be split across different vessels. If this happens a group leader will be present on each boat, and the route taken and inclusions on board will remain the same.
Day 25: Hanoi
Perhaps wake up early if you want to practice some Tai Chi on the deck. All that is left to do is enjoy another delicious meal prepared by your crew as you cruise on in to port at around midday. Take a bus back to Hanoi (approx. 3 hours) for some free time and a optional final group dinner.
Meals Included: Breakfast
Day 26: Hanoi
The trip ends in the morning today. There are no activities planned for the final day and you are able to depart the accommodation at any time.
Hanoi - Hanoi Street Food By Night - USD31
Hanoi - Citadels, Karsts & Cycle - USD88
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Seien wir mal ehrlich: Niemand geht auf Reisen, um den Spaß zu erleben für 3 Stunden in einer Warteschlange für Tickets zu stehen oder erfolglos nach einem Restaurant mit authentischen Speisen zu suchen (um schließlich aufzugeben und bei McDonalds zu landen). Deshalb beinhalten unsere Reisen einige Eintrittsgebühren zu den Hauptsehenswürdigkeiten, die Unterkünfte, alle Transportmittel, gelegentliche Mahlzeiten sowie das Know-How eines örtlichen erfahren Reiseführers. Zwar gibt es auch genügend Zeit, damit du dein eigenes Ding tun kannst, es sind aber auch Gruppenaktivitäten enthalten - weil manche Dinge gemeinsam einfach mehr Spaß machen! Diese Tour ist eine Backpacker-Tour, jedoch mit einer guten Portion Planung, so dass du dich auf das Wesentliche konzentrieren kannst: Das Erleben und Entdecken von Südostasien!