Pro Vacation brings you a one-of-a-kind Cambodian sojourn with a 9-day journey across Cambodian country roads. On this tour, we seek out the exotic and the unexplored. Try cycling across the rural back roads of Stung Treng and passing bustling bazaars and serene temples on your way. Sail along the Mekong River on an excursion to spot the elusive Irrawaddy dolphin near Kampi. Visit a mulberry farm to see how local women from vulnerable communities are trained in sericulture and silk weaving. For the adventurous epicurean, there’s a dish of deep fried spider to munch on! Our tour takes us to the island of Kep. Explore this charming colonial-style town once favoured by Cambodia’s French elite and take a trip to the curiously named Rabbit Island. History lurks in every corner of Cambodia and we stumble across several intriguing relics on our tour including the 7th century Prasat Preah Srey and the 12th century Wat Nakhor Pagoda. This is a fully immersive trip into authentic Cambodian rural life. If you love adventure and discovering new cultures this is the trip for you.
The quaint and picturesque Southeast Asian nation of Cambodia is sure to delight visitors given the fact that it has a rich and ancient history and more than just temples and pagodas to offer. The must visit country bordering Thailand is known for its several beaches and riverside towns, as it continues to grow as a popular tourist destination with travellers from across the world flocking to get mesmerized by marvels in this country. The 10-day tour allows you to explore the rural life, culture and an opportunity to enjoy local cuisines, sure to leave you asking for more by the end of the trip. Everything, right from the lakes, the temples, architecture and the vibe of Cambodia is certainly going to leave you spellbound.
Home to the largest religious monument in the world and studded with archeological marvels steeped in ancient history, the Cambodia 10-day temple tour is a journey of visual splendor and cultural extravagance. On this tour visit Angkor Wat Temple and many other religious and historic monuments of Cambodia.
This is a tour designed for explorers, from the city sights and sounds of Kuching to the markets of Malay Kampongs, from the national parks to river cruises and trekking. The exploration of the extensive cave system of Borneo is followed by understanding the conservation efforts for the native wildlife at Semenggoh Nature Reserve. Kayaking to reach a native Bidayuh village to some relaxation at the Permai Rainforest Resort. The excitement never ends as you go looking for the estuarine crocodile the mangrove fireflies and the elusive Proboscis monkey. Explore the region before flying away to the Northern Highlands. This is the homeland of the indigenous Kelabit tribe. This entire region is known for its peaceful agricultural atmosphere. Visit the Ulung Palang Longhouse, the Bario school, and the oldest longhouse in the region. Explore the salt springs which are the source of the famous Bario Salt. The area is rich in archeological sites including remnants of the region’s ancient people. We will get a chance to visit the mighty Batu Narit Arur Bilit, and the Batu Ipak Upai Semaring. This is a tour that takes you off the beaten track.
This is a tour that covers the life of the region its wildlife treasures and some spectacular natural caves. Starting in Kuching we explore the city and its hospitality. Visiting local attractions including the famous Urang Sarawak Gallery. Exploring wildlife is a central theme for a tour of this region and we will visit both Semenggoh Nature Reserve and the Bako National Park. The tour includes treks to explore the rich flora & fauna of the region and to look out for Orangutans, Proboscis monkeys & other animals. We then shift focus to the lifestyle of the region and go visiting the natives. Trips include Batang Ai lake, local fruit and vegetable markets and visiting pepper farms. We will also go to two different longhouses – Iban Longhouse and the Bidayuh longhouse. Watch the traditional people sound their gongs & perform their traditional war dance in full ceremonial regalia. The adventure starts with the cycling trip along country roads, passing villages and farms, to a Bidayuh longhouse. We now shift to kayaking along a river surrounded by lush rainforest and stunning limestone outcrops. The tour includes moderately challenging off-road mountain-biking, as well as exploring abandoned gold mines and ancient caves. Spend a night at a local village homestay, before cycling back to Kuching with an en-route stop at a waterfall and a visit to the Matang Wildlife Centre for a chance to see Orangutans, sun bears, clouded leopards and many other rare endemic species of wildlife. The tour has a lot of excitement and is surely going to give you timeless memories.
Add some group adventure to your vacations with a bicycle tour of Kuching and its surroundings. Cycle through picture postcard Malay kampongs while exploring local lifestyle. Visit a Malay wooden stilt house as well. You are never far from some of the world’s best-preserved forest and a structured effort to conserve wildlife when in Malaysia. Visit the Semenggoh Nature Reserve and the Matang Wildlife Centre, to understand the conservation efforts. Relax in the cooling water of the clear jungle streams and learn more about the Sarawak people at the Sarawak Cultural Village. You will also enjoy a boat ride to Bako National Park and explore some amazing flora & fauna that includes the elusive proboscis monkeys. At Danum valley trek through one of the oldest rainforests in the world. Relax by swimming in mountain rivers and get a bird’s eye view of the forest from the canopied suspension bridge. Try to learn the ricks to spot some of the larger mammals of Borneo. Mornings become memorable with guided bird walks and treks through trails in the rainforest. Reach beautiful waterfalls and ancient cites while on the trails. The high point in the night walks with torch lights, again a time to learn the tricks of the jungle and spot some illusive local wildlife. This will be one tour that opens you up to mother nature like never before.
This is a tour designed for explorers, from the city sights and sounds of Kuching to the markets of Malay Kampongs, from the national parks to river cruises and trekking. The exploration of the extensive cave system of Borneo is followed by understanding the conservation efforts for the native wildlife. Kayaking to reach a native Bidayuh village to some relaxation at the Permai Rainforest Resort. The excitement never ends as you go looking for the estuarine crocodile the mangrove fireflies and the elusive Proboscis monkey. Enjoy incredible views of Mt Kinabalu soaring 4,059 metres above the wild jungles of Borneo. Shop to your hearts delight at the local markets. Trek to the wild and try to spot the endemic Nepenthes Rajah and explore more flora in the Botanical Gardens. Go snorkeling or simply swim at an island in the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park. Finally head to the town of Beaufort to embark on a river cruise. See we told you, these 9 days are full of adventure.
Lose yourself in the hinterland of Myanmar with lush local flora and fauna, and exquisite views of the countryside. Our Myanmar cycling, boat and nature tour feeds off the stunning natural beauty of this country, with hand-selected routes that will challenge and relax you. Push yourself on the off-road cycling track as our guide takes you through the country to traditional villages that have stood the test of time for decades. Life hasn’t changed there for a while and you are guaranteed to find some respite from the hectic city life you left behind. Farming, fishing and local workshops and factories offer an insight into the way of life here at Lake Inle. There will be time to rest and relax on the boat rides across the placid water body. Soak in the beautiful backdrop of the Shan hills in the distance and observe traditional stilt homes and peculiar fishing methods. Our Myanmar cycling, boat and nature tour also includes a taste of heritage and history with a visit to the region’s holiest religious site. From beautiful statues and ancient pagodas to delicious local snacks and food, we give you a true taste of Myanmar at Pro Vacation.
Leave the concrete jungles of your city behind and immerse yourself in the exotic natural beauty that this country offers. Our Myanmar hiking and cycling tour gives you an excellent insight into life in the tropical hinterlands of south east Asia. Discover rolling hills and lush countrysides, traditional occupations unchanged for decades and stunning architecture that has stood the test of time. Our expert guides are locals and have picked the most interesting paths that lead you to the heart of Burmese communities. Throughout this Myanmar hiking and cycling tour, you will engage with the locals, get an understanding of culture and see a side of Myanmar most tourists don’t. Ecology and environment plays a big role in Pro Vacation tours, and we show you the best of Myanmar’s flora and fauna in this region. You will even get a chance to play with, bathe and feed the largest land animals at the Green Hill Valley Elephant Camp. Carry your binoculars for there is much to see across the valleys, particularly rare endemic bird species. You will also take a trip back in time with an engaging cycling tour of Bagan, the land of temples. Our guide will take you on trails off the beaten path without missing any of the region’s spectacular architectural gems.