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The Indochina Trekking Company a New Adventure Operator in Asia

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Friday, 17 October 2008

Mountain climbing in Vietnam and exploring new off the beaten track adventure trails camping, trekking and cycling in Cambodia and Laos are just some of the exciting and very different programs now being offered by one of Asias newest adventure operators - The Indochina Trekking Company.

Aimed very much at the traveller who enjoys a challenge, a good range of 17 very differing programs across the three countries have been created specifically to cater to the ever-growing global demand for adventure, cycling, camping, kayaking and trekking in the region.

The Indochina Trekking Company also specialises in creating tailor-made itineraries for FIT travellers and groups.

Products now on offer include a three-day challenging climb of Mount Fansipan, the rooftop of Indochina which at 3143 metres is Vietnams highest peak.

The Fansipan trek, which the company describes as moderate to challenging is configured on three four to eight hour treks with the actual ascent takes place early on the morning of day two allowing climbers the opportunity to enjoy the sun rising over nearby China.

Additional highlights include visits to remote villages and pristine bamboo rainforest before arriving at the picturesque Tonkinese Alpine village of Sa Pa close to the Chinese border and the end point for the trek.

The program is priced from US$193* per person which includes all meals while on the trek, tent accommodation and camping equipment and English speaking guides and local Hmong porters. Price does not include international airfares.

While overall programs have been designed to take participants off the beaten track in Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam, The Indochina Trekking Companys diverse range of tailor-made adventure itineraries contain ample opportunity to visit the many sights and attractions that draw ever-growing numbers of visitors to the region.

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