What is a Journey?
Journeys are our join-in adventures that depart on specific days throughout the year. You'll get great value from these trips as you'll share the cost of the trip with other people who are traveling with you. It's also a great way to meet new people in a new place to help you make new friends!
What Kinds of Journeys Do We Offer?
Journeys span not only all the countries in which we operate, but also the kinds of experiences we offer. Whether it's trekking tea-houses in Nepal or shuttling through rural Cambodia on a tuk-tuk, we're sure you'll find something that sparks your inner adventurer. We can also turn any Journey into a private-trip (usually for a higher price, however) so if that's more your style, just send us a request for a tailor-made trip and let our Travel Advisors work with you to put together your adventure.
Our Most Popular Journeys
Here is a sample of our most popular Journeys in Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos, Myanmar, Nepal, India, Sri Lanka, and China. If you have any questions, please use our website chat to contact one of our Travel Advisors!
|One of the best places for jungle trekking in Thailand is near the Umphang Wildlife Sanctuary. The area was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999 and remains one of the most beautiful and remote areas for trekking in Thailand. Pass by spectacular limestone cliffs, raft down the Mae Klong River and spot gibbons, snakes and giant lizards along the way. Trek through the dense jungle and take a refreshing dive into Thailand’s largest waterfall, Tee Lor Su. Spend the night in the local Kho Ta village and experience the simple life style of these locals. This is a jungle trek that goes remote; that takes you off the beaten track.|
This is the perfect opportunity to get off the beaten track and experience the real Cambodia. You will stay in home-stays in rural Cambodia, giving you the chance to be friend with the Cambodian families and experience their generosity, loving nature and traditional culture. Whiz through the heart of Cambodia with stops at the famous Tonle Sap Lake for a sunset boat trip, the Kuhak Nokor pagoda, the Chenla Era Temples, the Kampong Kdei bridge, a local silk village, rivers, markets and lakeside restaurants - this is a real Cambodian journey.
But the best part? It's our Cambodian guides and drivers themselves who make this experience so unique. They're fun, they'll enjoy a beverage of three with you and even teach you some Cambodian dance moves.