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Adventures in Southeast Asia | What to See & Do

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I called Southeast Asia home for years. The various cultures and history drew me in and the culinary delights were an added bonus! From Sino-Tibetan hill tribe villages to French colonial architecture, these countries offer an enchanting past along with a promising future. It is just as exotic now as it was then. Thailand Thailand offers ...
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What to See and Do in Laos | Celebrate Lao New Year

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A great reason to travel to Laos in mid-April, is to experience the wet and wild one-of-a-kind water festival known as Pi Mai Lao/Lao New Year (also Songkran in Thailand). The official festival lasts for three days from April 14 to April 16, but celebrations can last more than a week in towns like Luang Prabang. Traditionally, t...
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What I'll See and Do in Vietnam, Cambodia, & Laos

Laura Bagan
Next month I am headed to SE Asia for a scouting trip through Laos, Vietnam, and Cambodia. As the Asia Program Director, I like to revisit all of our destinations on a regular basis to stay in touch with our guides, find new exciting and authentic adventures, and seek out the best places to send you when you visit. It's a tough job, but s...
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Why SE Asia is Awesome for Family Travel

Cyclo Touring in Vietnam
We always enjoy meeting adventurous families while traveling; from the family homeschooling their kids abroad in India to the grandmother and granddaughter searching for elephants in Thailand, it can be a truly rewarding way to spend time with loved ones. While planning family travel can be intimidating, it doesn't hav...
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Focus on TCT: Jhai Coffee House, Laos

Focus on TCT: Jhai Coffee House, Laos
One thing I love about working in the adventure travel industry is the small world experiences that seem to happen across the globe. Jhai Coffee is one such example and we're proud to support this philanthropic coffee house in Southern Laos as one of our Traveler's Conservation Trust projects.  Tyson Adams, the founder of Jhai Coffee, grew up in Ephrata, WA. After graduating he worked in Laos at a non-profit where he fell in love with the country and saw an opportunity to create change at the Boliven Plateau in Southern Laos. He returned three years ago and started Jhai Coffee, the world's first philanthropic coffee roaster located at the source. In just three years Jhai has built 15 clean water wells in the surrounding villages, educated hundreds of children on proper hygeine, and brought Laos coffee to international market.  Coffee is the lifeblood of the Boliven Plateau. This region of Laos is...
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