Travel Indochina has issued its new Small Group Tours Asia brochure for next year, featuring more itineraries and departures to Indochina and Thailand for groups of up to 16 travellers.Offering a total of 35 itineraries, together with 848 departures for 2011 the brochure features its key areas of specialism – Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos, and offers a variety of journeys to China & Tibet, India and Japan, where group sizes are kept to a maximum of 18 travellers. Under the Travel 2 brand, the new 2011/12 brochure feature's the company's selection of escorted Small Group Journeys categorised by destination; while a new 20-page 'Indochina Cross-Border' section has seen the operator respond to the growing trend of combining two or more countries on a single trip.
A new cross-border journey for next year is the 15-day 'Vietnam & the Temples of Angkor', which provides an alternative two-week option to the company's 14-day 'Cambodia & Vietnam Explorer'. Highlights include an overnight cruise through the islands of Halong Bay; a tour of Saigon and a stay in the Mekong Delta. Prices start from £1,780 per person based on twin share. A new six-day 'Sapa Explorer' is also featured and can be taken as a stand-alone tour or in addition to any trip to Vietnam. The holiday offers the chance for visitors to get up close and personal with the ethnic minority tribes, and stay at the remote Topas Ecolodge, which is perched on a mountain overlooking the rice-terraced scenery.
Prices lead in at £495 per person.