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Ho Chi Minh City to My Tho, Cai Be, Sa Dec, Tan Chau, Phnom Penh and Siem Reap: 10 days

Travel to big cities, small villages, to the magnificence of the temples of Angkor Wat and more. Explore Ho Chi Minh City, spend 3 nights on a Luxury Mekong Cruise, enjoy local life on the Mekong, rural Cambodia and Phnom Penh...this tour is a wonderful insight into the region at a relaxed pace.

* Price includes 9 nights' accommodation including 3 nights on a cruise, transfers, guides, 20 meals and more. Price does not include return international flights from your country of origin. 

We would be happy to provide you with a quote for international flights. Flights from Australia to Ho Chi Minh City are approximately $900-$1100 per person return. The actual price varies depending on departure city, time of year and luck of the draw! 

We also offer many other tours to Vietnam and Cambodia as well as private and tailor made tours. Please contact us for more information. 

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Day 1: Arrival in Ho Chi Minh City

On arrival in Ho Chi Minh City you will be collected from the airport and transferred to your hotel. Check-in is from 2 pm onwards. Spend the rest of the day at your leisure exploring Ho Chi Minh City or relaxing at your hotel.  

Overnight in Ho Chi Minh City: Le Duy Hotel - Deluxe Room (3 Star), Muong Thanh Saigon Center - Deluxe Room (4 Star), Grand Saigon - Deluxe Room (5 Star)

Day 2: Delight in the sights of Ho Chi Minh City 

Today discover the sights and delights of Ho Chi Minh City. Formerly known as Saigon, this is Vietnam's largest city. In the morning start your holiday with a visit to the Notre Dame Cathedral and the General Post Office, wonderful examples of French colonial architecture. Continue your tour along Dong Khoi Street and make a stop at the Peoples’ Committee building, the Opera House and the Reunification Palace

Then discover China Town and Thien Hau Pagoda, dedicated to the Goddess known as the Lady of the Sea. 

Have lunch at a local restaurant and then be transferred back to your hotel to spend the rest of the afternoon at your leisure and own pace.

Overnight in Ho Chi Minh City: Le Duy Hotel - Deluxe Room (3 Star), Muong Thanh Saigon Center - Deluxe Room (4 Star), Hotel Majestic Saigon - Colonial Deluxe Room (5 Star)

Meals included: Breakfast and lunch

Day 3: Begin your Mekong River Cruise

This morning you will be collected and driven to My Tho where you will board your river cruise ship. Upon boarding enjoy welcome drinks, a briefing and lunch before setting sail across the vast Mekong Delta.

Spend the afternoon and evening on board enjoying the luxuries of the cruise and the fascinating scenery. 

On board, the cabins have large floor to ceiling panoramic glass doors that open to your balcony. With wooden white furniture, fine art and Asian style decorations, the cabins are a delight. Amenities include: air-conditioning, balcony with 2 chairs and table, mini bar, sun hat, binoculars, hand fan, sandals, in-room safety box, hair dryer, bath robe, in-house phone, desk, chairs and luggage rack.

Anchor will be dropped in Cai Be for the night. 

Overnight on Jayavarman Cruise - Superior Cabin (3, 4 and 5 Star options all have a Superior Cabin)

Meals included: Breakfast, lunch and dinner 

Day 4: The floating market of Cai Be & traditional village in Sa Dec 

Begin the day with an optional Tai Chi class on the sundeck. After breakfast visit the colourful and bustling floating market of Cai Be. The traditional sampan will take you around the market.

As you head back to your cruise ship, stop at various places where you can witness the making of rice paste, rice paper, rice cookies, rice wine and coconut candies as well as the rustic local life along the canals.

After lunch, continue sailing to Sa Dec. Upon arrival, take a tour on a traditional sampan to explore the village of Binh Thanh Island. This is a great opportunity to interact with the locals to get to know more about their daily life. Then head back to your ship and cruise towards Tan Chau.

Enjoy the rest of the day cruising up the Mekong and relaxing on the cruise ship. 

Overnight on Jayavarman Cruise - Superior Cabin (3, 4 and 5 Star options all have a Superior Cabin)

Meals included: Breakfast, lunch and dinner 

Day 5: Explore the diversity of Tan Chau then cruise into Cambodia

This morning, take a short excursion to Tan Chau where you can find a diverse community including Chinese, Kinh and Khmer.

Visit the “evergreen” islands where villagers live on houses poised on high stilts. Make a stop in Tan Chau canal to visit a fish farm where villagers live on floating houses and live by feeding fish.

After that, a boat will take you to the Tan Chau pier. Here you can disembark and take a stroll around the colourful local market.

Return to the ship by boat and set off for the Cambodian border. There will be border crossing formalities before you can enter Cambodia. 

Overnight on Jayavarman Cruise - Superior Cabin (3, 4 and 5 Star options all have a Superior Cabin)

Meals included: Breakfast, lunch and dinner 

Day 6: Discover Phnom Penh - The Pearl of Asia

This morning you will arrive in Cambodia's capital, Phnom Penh where you will disembark the ship. Your local guide and driver will meet you at the harbour and take you to your hotel. 

Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant and then, in the afternoon, begin sightseeing in the city once known as the "Pearl of Asia" and situated at the confluence of the four arms of the Mekong. Visit the Royal Palace built in 1866 by King Norodom and home to a remarkable collection of Khmer art. Here you will find the Silver Pagoda, also known as the Temple of the Emerald Buddha. In the centre of the pagoda is a golden Buddha encrusted with 9584 diamonds, weighing 90 kgs and a Buddha featuring emeralds and Baccarat crystal dating from the 17th century.  

Please note:

The guides at the Royal Palace and the Silver Pagoda will be your on-site guides as local guides are not permitted here. 

The Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda are sometimes closed without notice for official ceremonies. In this case the visit will be replaced with another if possible.

Overnight in Phnom Penh: King Grand Boutique Hotel - Deluxe Room (3 Star); Villa Langka Hotel - Superior Room (4 Star); Sokha Phnom Penh Hotel - Suite (5 Star).

Meals included: Breakfast and lunch

Day 7: Visit Kompong Thom and travel to Siem Reap

This morning, unlike previous days, you will start the day with breakfast at a local restaurant, where you can taste local Khmer dishes. After breakfast head to Kompong Thom (approximately a 3.5 hour drive). On the way stop at Skuon, sometimes known in the local language as "Spiderville." It is famous with international visitors for its fried spiders. The tarantulas are hunted and then deep fried with a history dating back to when food was scarce during the rule of the Khmer Rouge. Apparently they are quite tasty, and are said to be good for the heart and lungs but no obligation at all to try one – we didn’t!

Continue on to Kompong Thom and enjoy lunch at a local restaurant. After lunch continue to Siem Reap and sit back and admire the scenery, watching local life as you pass by. Arrive at Siem Reap late in the afternoon. 

Overnight in Siem Reap: La Niche D'Angkor Boutique Hotel - Deluxe Room (3 Star), Saem Siem Reap Hotel - Deluxe Pool View Room (4 Star), Angkor Palace Resort - Deluxe Room (5 Star)

Meals included: Breakfast and lunch 

Day 8: The magnificent temples of Angkor Wat

Begin your tour of the temples of Angkor Wat in the morning with a visit to Angkor Thom meaning 'Great City'. Built in the late 12th century under the reign of King Jayavarman VII, this was the final and the most long-lasting capital of the Khmer Empire. With an area of 9 square kilometres, Angkor Thom is filled with temples. In the heart of Angkor Thom is the National Temple of Jayavarman and the Bayon Temple - the centrepiece of the city with its eerie 216 serene stone faces. 

Continue on to visit the ancient monastery Ta Prohm, once home to more that 12,500 people and built in 1186 for the mother of King Jayavarman VII. The collapse of the Khmer Empire led to the current state of the temple - in ruins and covered by tropical forests - quite a sight and one to have your camera ready for. 

After lunching at a local restaurant, discover Angkor Wat, the iconic, largest and most well preserved Temple in the Angkor Archaeological Site. Constructed in the 12th century in honour of Vishnu, it is a delight to wander and explore. With many embossments surrounding this religious monument, it describes the legend of Hindu divinities and an immortal life. It is the symbol of Cambodia and has been recognised by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. 

Overnight in Siem Reap: La Niche D'Angkor Boutique Hotel - Deluxe Room (3 Star), Saem Siem Reap Hotel - Deluxe Pool View Room (4 Star), Angkor Palace Resort - Deluxe Room (5 Star)

Meals included: Breakfast and lunch 

Day 9: Siem Reap Countryside Tour 

This morning you will be collected from your hotel by tuk-tuk for a drive through the countryside to the Meanchey Community stopping at the Bakong Temple en route. Established in 802 AD it is one of the oldest temple cities near Siem Reap. After a stop for photographs and a brief background on the history of the Temple, head to Wat Roka, a large rural pagoda where you can learn about the Buddhist culture. Along the way, visit some local handicraft makers (pottery, weavers, blacksmiths) where you can see traditional skills and equipment being used and take a stroll through a local village market.

Next, take a relaxing Ox-cart ride through the nearby village and countryside. This ancient form of local transportation is still used today. While enjoying the ride you can take in the sights of the countryside, traditional buildings and ways of living. Make sure to have your camera handy to capture this unique journey. At the end of your Ox-cart ride take a stroll through the agricultural fields of rural Cambodia. Observe the farming techniques in an authentic setting - what you will see will depend on the time of year you visit and what season it is. 

The walk ends at a small rural farm that will also be where you have lunch. While seated in the shady farmland enjoy a selection of traditional Cambodian dishes prepared by a local family, try some locally grown fruit and enjoy a complimentary coconut refreshment straight off the tree. After lunch take a moment to relax in the hammock, take a wander around the farm or chat with the locals.  

Nearby the farm, located in the village of Cheasmorn, is the JB Foundation. Visit the free English language school in operation. You can even join in if you wish and share your own skills. Feel free to ask the children questions about themselves, the village and their studies, your guide or the local teacher can assist with any language barriers you may encounter.

After visiting the school head off on a leisurely bike ride through the villages and countryside of Meanchey Commune (you can also do this part of the tour by tuk-tuk if you prefer). The scenery is great out here and you will once again get to witness genuine Cambodian countryside life. Feel free to stop any time for photographs as you cross bridges and follow narrow dirt roads in a loop that takes you through several different villages. The bicycle ride ends back in the village of Cheasmorn where there will be a tuk-tuk waiting to take you back to Siem Reap. Arrive at your hotel at approximately 4.30 pm.

Overnight in Siem Reap: La Niche D'Angkor Boutique Hotel - Deluxe Room (3 Star), Saem Siem Reap Hotel - Deluxe Pool View Room (4 Star), Angkor Palace Resort - Deluxe Room (5 Star)

Meals included: Breakfast and lunch

Day 10: Time to go home or onto your next adventure

Enjoy the day at leisure until it is time for you to be taken to the airport for your flight. The room is at your disposal until noon.

Meals included: Breakfast


All accommodation and hotels are subject to change. If the stated hotel is not available a hotel of a similar standard and location will be booked.

** Note: Due to the water levels of the Mekong River, the cruise does not depart from May until the end of June.  

  • 10 day tour from Ho Chi Minh City to Siem Reap
  • 9 nights' accommodation including 3 nights on a Mekong Cruise.
  • Delight your taste buds with Vietnamese and Cambodian cuisine with 20 meals included.
  • All airport transfers – a representative will be there to meet you on arrival and get you to the airport on time for your departure.
  • English speaking guide (in each location you will have a different guide).
  • Entrance and sightseeing fees as stated in the itinerary.
  • Mineral water on tour days. 
  • On the cruise - mineral water, soft drinks, juices, tea and coffee at all times and local beer and house wine at meal times only. 
  • Discover and journey through the highlights of Vietnam from Ho Chi Minh City and the Mekong Delta.
  • Spend a day sightseeing in Ho Chi Minh City with its French architecture, rich culture and sensational cuisine. 
  • Enjoy a 3 night cruise up the Mekong River on a Luxury Cruise. 
  • Take a trip in a sampan boat along canals and backwaters and visit the floating markets of Cai Be.
  • Visit Sa Dec and explore village life on the island of Binh Thanh
  • Visit Tan Chau with its floating houses and fish farms. 
  • Explore the Royal Palace, the Silver Pagoda and the National Museum of Phnom Penh. 
  • Visit the town of Skuon - famous for its edible fried spiders.
  • Spend a full day exploring the many magical places including the famous and iconic Angkor Wat, the mystical Ta Phrom being overtaken by the jungle, Bayon and its many eerie faces...the complex of Angkor has hundreds of temples to explore and discover.
  • Enjoy a countryside tour in Siem Reap - see farmers at work, take a ride on an ox and cart. have lunch made by a local family, drink coconut water straight from the tree . . . an experience of rural, authentic Cambodia. 



Tour map:

Travelbay Vietnam & Cambodia - 10 Day tour with cruise

Cruise map:

Travelbay Southern Vietnam Cruise

Please note: The route the cruise takes on the above map is the blue line from Saigon (1) to Phnom Penh (6)

How to get there:
This tour starts in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam and ends in Siem Reap, Cambodia.

Travelbay works together with an excellent corporate flight booking company and is happy to provide you with a quote and organise your flights. We charge a $50 booking fee for this service. Alternatively, if you would like to arrange flights yourself you can find more information and suggestions here.

If you are wanting to know more about how far it is between destinations and how long your flight will take, you can visit and use their trip calculator.

To help you calculate the time difference we recommend World Time Buddy.

Visa information:

Most nationalities require a visa when travelling to Vietnam. You need to apply for and receive your visa before you leave Australia. This can be done up to 6 months in advance.

You can apply for your visa either online, by post or in person at the embassy or consulate.

To apply online, please click on the following link and you will need to upload your passport photo and passport:

To apply by post and obtain your visa directly from the Vietnam Embassy you can click here for instructions and more information. We have always found them to be very quick and reliable.

You can download the application form here.

Generally the following information is required:

  • Personal details.
  • One passport photo taken within the last year.
  • Your estimated dates of arrival into and exit from Vietnam.  Make sure you do not estimate or put a date later than you actually arrive.
  • Whether you want a single entry or a multiple entry visa.
    • Please note: if you are to exit and re-enter Vietnam on the same trip, you will need a multiple entry visa. For example, if you are doing a Vietnam & Cambodia tour and then going back to Vietnam (even if only for a night), you will need a multiple entry visa.
  • Address you will stay at in Vietnam – it is fine to put your initial hotel/place of stay.

Once you have completed the application form you will need to post this to the Vietnamese Embassy along with the following:

  • A valid passport. Please ensure your passport is valid for 6 months or more from the time of your return to Australia.
  • A return self-addressed prepaid envelope – we recommend registered or express post envelopes for both sending and receiving so you can track delivery
  • Visa fee. You can pay by post office money order or bank cheque. Please contact the embassy for the latest rates as these can change. Last time we checked in 2017, a single entry visa from the Vietnamese embassy was $99 and a one month multiple entry visa $140 – we always check before we send our forms.
  • If 2 of you are travelling together you can post your passports together with the one money order.

The normal processing time is 3 working days once received by the embassy, but post seems a bit slow these days. Therefore, we recommend leaving a minimum of 10 working days, but why not do it even sooner! An express service is possible and will need to be arranged directly with the embassy. 

You can also apply in person at the Embassy in Canberra or the Vietnamese Consulate in Edgecliff, Sydney.

For more information or questions please ring the embassy – they are very helpful but at time it can take a few attempts to get through.

Important Information in relation to Vietnam Visa Approval letters

We do not approve of or support 3rd party Vietnam Approval Letters for the following reason: 

  • Vietnam Approval Letters are NOT Vietnam Visas.
  • There have been many reports of fake letters and fake companies providing letters. The Vietnam Embassy have issued warnings in this regard.
  • Even if you get a genuine letter on arrival in Vietnam you have to take your letter to a counter, queue up (sometimes for as long as an hour), pay a fee and get your Visa BEFORE you can pass through immigration – this can cause quite long delays at a time you would not want one.
  • We recommend that you obtain your Vietnam Visa through the Vietnam Embassy in Canberra or the Vietnam Consulate in Sydney prior to departure – this is very quick and simple and can be done by post.
  • Should you urgently need a letter and for some reason cannot obtain a visa prior to departure such as due to short notice, our colleagues in Vietnam can obtain a legitimate approval letter for you, but you will of course still have to go through the queue process on arrival in Vietnam.

If you decide to go to a 3rd party to obtain a Vietnam Visa letter we cannot take any responsibility for the consequences should you not be able to gain entry to Vietnam or experience delays.

Most nationalities require a visa to enter Cambodia.

A visa can be arranged on board before entering Cambodia and you will need the following information:

  • A completed visa application form (you can obtain the application form on board)
  • Your current passport with at least 6 months validity
  • One recent passport sized photograph 
  • Appropriate visa fee. The fee to arrange your visa on board is around USD37 (per person for a single entry 30 day visa). 

Some guests have asked about arranging a visa prior to arrival. If you choose to do this you will need the following information:

  • The date of your border crossing as per your itinerary
  • The immigration point where you will enter Cambodia is Kaam Samnor
  • Please note that E-Visas are not accepted for border crossings on the river
  • You will also need your passport and a recent passport photo.

    Currency information
    The currency used in Vietnam is the Vietnamese Dong and in Cambodia the Cambodian Riel. In Cambodia the USD is widely accepted. 

    What currency to take over there is a personal choice. Some people prefer to take US$ cash as a backup whilst others prefer to take AUD$ cash – it depends on what you are comfortable with. There are ATM machines readily available in Vietnam. Occasionally the older ATM's do not accept Australian debit cards and you may need to try a different ATM. 

    From our personal experience, in Vietnam we found the best exchange rate was on taking AUD into a bank and exchanging for dong. Please keep in mind that banks are closed on weekends.

    Bank fees are around $10 each time you withdraw cash at an ATM and the maximum you can withdraw at any one time is 3,000,000 dong (approximately $175 as at March 2018). It is likely you would need to withdraw a few times over your holiday depending on your needs.

    We recommend letting your bank know that you will be using your card in Vietnam to avoid them freezing any 'suspicious' activity.

    Tipping and tour guides:
    A few customers have asked us about tipping. Really this is a personal matter, not obligatory and at your discretion.

    Some like to provide the tour guide with a few dollars a day and a little less for the driver. If you love your guide you can of course offer more – it really is up to you. 

    Tour guides will not generally join you when eating – you are welcome to invite them though if you feel to.

    Vaccination information:
    Travelbay recommends you check with your doctor as to any immunisations that you may require or that are recommended for your travels.  Alternatively, you can visit The Travel Doctor or Travelvax for more information. 



    Many people ask us about the weather in Vietnam.

    There is not one simple answer so we have prepared a more detailed reply which you can find here.

      Dry season: Generally November to March (with some regional variations). 
      Wet season: May to October (with some regional variations).

      Peak season: November to March and July to August.


      Cambodia lies in the tropics meaning that it is warm to hot year round and the climate is dominated by the alternating wet and dry seasons. Whilst it does rain in the wet season, there is no need to put off travelling at this time. The temples of Angkor Wat are at their most picturesque during the wet season and the forest comes to life.

      Dry season: November to May
      Wet season: June to October
      Peak season: November to December is the peak season for travel in Cambodia.

      The New Year (Chaul Chnam Thmey)) is celebrated from April 13 – 16 and in some places the celebrations can last even longer. The whole country celebrates and many people travel home to their families. Travel at this time is not recommended.

      Some interesting facts:


      Population: 93.5 million

      Language: Vietnamese

      Predominant religion: 81% of the population has no religion followed by 9% Buddhist

      The Vietnamese language has six different tones. A change in tone changes the meaning of the word making the language somewhat difficult to learn (but English is widely spoken and the friendly locals are more than happy to help you with your Vietnamese pronunciation).

      Vietnam is one of the world’s last surviving one-party Communist states.

      Around 70% of the 93 million plus people that live in Vietnam, live in the countryside and over half the population are under 25.


      Population: 15.15 million

      Language: Khmer

      Predominant religion: Buddhism (95%)

      It is hard to look past the dark history of the Pol Pot regime in the 1970’s where the Khmer Rouge terrorised the nation. From 1975 -1979 over 2 million people were killed, some estimates are closer to 3 million. As a result the country has spent the last 30-40 years rebuilding itself.

      Around half of the population is under 15.

      It was the Vietnamese who eventually stepped in to help Cambodia oust Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge in 1979.

      Cambodia was a French colony until 1953. Many of the older generation speak French and there is a legacy of French bakeries throughout the country.

      Angkor Wat was built in the early 12th century and is the largest religious monument in the world.

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      Booking Process:

      Upon purchase of your tour online you will immediately receive a receipt and order confirmation. Travelbay will contact the tour operator to confirm availability for all accommodation and transportation for your tour.

      As soon as we have confirmed the dates (usually within 48 hours sometimes a little longer at weekends) we will email you your booking confirmation.

      We will request further information from you to ensure that all your personal preferences are taken care of. This will include details such as your accommodation preferences, dietary requests, allergies, health issues, emergency contact and any special requirements. We will also request copies of the passport for each traveller so that we can organise and book all the flights that are listed as being included in the price of this tour.

      Very Important:

      It is extremely rare for any of these tours to not have availability (as we remove them when full) however, it is important to note that your dates are only confirmed once we have been in touch with you to confirm availability. Therefore, please wait on purchasing your international flights until you have received booking confirmation from us.

      In the unlikely event that there is no availability on your chosen date we will offer you alternate dates. If these do not suit we will fully refund your payment.

      Booking Information: 

      • Quoted prices are per person.
      • Booking valid for selected and booked travel dates.
      • Please book at least 60 days prior to your desired date of travel.
      • Bookings are subject to availability.
      • High season surcharges apply for following travel dates - please contact us for rates: 
        • 6 & 20 December 2018
        • 17 & 31 January 2019
        • 14 & 28 February 2019
        • 14 & 28 March 2019
        • 10 & 24 October 2019
        • 7 & 21 November 2019
        • 5 December 2019
          • Child prices: Please contact us for child prices.
          • Minimum group size is 2. 
          • The listed "Price per person ~ single room" relates to having your own room for the tour (with a minimum of 2 people on the tour). If you are a single traveller, please contact us for a single traveller price.
          • Maximum group size is 20. Please contact us if your group is larger than 20. 
          • If you would like to arrive before the start of tour or leave later and require extra nights’ accommodation, please contact us and we can arrange it for you at very reasonable rates. 
          • Prior to completion of your booking we take great care to go through all the details together with you until we get everything exactly as you would like it. At that point we confirm your booking and the details and you pay for it. If after payment, you decide to make further changes we will do what we can to accommodate them and will also need to charge an additional $50 administration fee.


          • 9 nights accommodation. 
            • Check-in & check-out time: generally, check in is after 2 pm and check out before 12 pm. Early check-in and late check-out are subject to room availability and may generate additional full day room rate.
          • 20 meals as per itinerary.
          • Port tax of USD35 per person. 
          • Free wifi available at the hotel lobby.
          • English speaking guides (in each location you will have a different guide).
          • Entrance and sightseeing fees as stated in the itinerary including a 1 day Angkor Pass.
          • All airport transfers and transfers to and from the ship. 
          • All transport as per itinerary.
          • Mineral water on tour days. 
          • Taxes and service fees.
          • On the cruise only: mineral water, soft drinks, juices, tea and coffee at all times and house wine and local beer during meal times only. 


            • International airfares to and from Vietnam.
            • Meals not outlined in the itinerary.
            • Drinks for all meals.
            • Extra optional cruise excursions other than those mentioned.
            • Vietnam visa.
            • Cambodia visa.
            • Tips and gratuities.
            • Travel insurance. 
            • Compulsory dinner on 24 Dec and 31 Dec. Surcharge will be advised and added by tour operator.
            • Personal expenses such as telephone, laundry etc.
            • Others not indicated in the inclusions.

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              • Your contract with Travelbay commences upon us providing you with a booking confirmation (not upon payment).
              • By purchasing this tour you confirm that you have read, understood and agree to these terms and conditions.
              • All prices we list are in AUD unless otherwise stated and include GST where payable.
              • This package, including any unused portion, cannot be exchanged for other services or cash.
              • Some accommodation providers may require that you present a credit card or cash deposit upon check-in to cover any additional expenses that may be incurred during your stay, for example mini-bar. You are responsible for the payment of any such additional expenses.
              • Please check baggage allowance prior to travel. The allowance may vary according to the destination, airline, cruise or coach operator. You are responsible for any excess baggage fees.
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              • Passport and visa regulations can change and it is your responsibility to ensure that you possess the relevant travel documents before you travel. Delays can be experienced in obtaining a passport or visa, so you are advised to apply in plenty of time. We accept no responsibility in any regard in relation to customers who are denied entry to a country because they do not possess the correct travel documents.
              • It is also your responsibility to ensure that you hold a passport that is valid for at least six months beyond your date of return. If you hold multiple passports, you may be required to present your passport of residence on departing that country. If you hold a passport for a country to which you are travelling, you may be obliged to produce that passport on entering the country. Accordingly, you could be obliged to carry more than one passport when travelling overseas. You should make your own enquiries in relation to your specific circumstances and requirements.
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              • When purchasing flights, cruises and other carriage and travel services, the name on the passport must match the name on the ticket otherwise you may not be able to travel and insurance may be invalid. If, after purchasing products or services but before traveling, any member of your party changes their name you must notify the relevant carrier, or us, immediately so that the necessary changes can be made to your documentation. You may incur a fee.
              • Travelbay recommends you check with your doctor as to any immunisations that you may require or that are recommended for your travels.  Alternatively, you can visit The Travel Doctor or Travelvax for more information. For those of you who have any medical conditions please also ensure you are fit to travel and have all the medication you need with you. Recommended inoculations for travel may change and you should consult your doctor for current recommendations before you depart. It is your responsibility to ensure that you meet all health entry requirements, obtain recommended inoculations, take all recommended medication, and follow all medical advice in relation to your trip.
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              • It is your responsibility to review travel prohibitions, warnings, announcements and advisories issued by the relevant government agencies prior to booking travel or departing to international destinations. For Australian travellers, information on conditions in various countries and the level of risk associated with travel to particular international destinations can be found on the Australian Government's travel advisory and consular assistance service website currently located at For travellers from other countries we recommend you check the travel recommendations of your country.
              • By offering reservations for travel-related products or services in relation to particular international destinations, Travelbay does not represent or warrant that travel to such points is advisable or without risk, and Travelbay is not liable for damages or losses that may result from travel to such destinations.
              • Travelbay sells tours on behalf of other Suppliers/Tour Operators. We rely on the relevant third party suppliers. Travelbay and the airlines, hotels and other Suppliers providing Services made available on or through this Website are independent parties and are not related parties. To the fullest extent permitted by law, Travelbay is not liable for the acts, errors, omissions, representations, warranties, breaches or negligence of any such Suppliers or for any personal injuries, death, property damage, or other damages or expenses resulting therefrom.
              • Whilst we take great care to provide clear and accurate information, there may be occasions where there are inaccuracies or errors. To the maximum extent permitted by law, Travelbay does not guarantee the accuracy of, and disclaims liability for, any errors or other inaccuracies relating to the information, descriptions and activities displayed on this website and in our promotional material.
              • All accommodation and hotels are subject to change. If the stated hotel is not available a hotel of a similar standard and location will be booked.
              • Hotel ratings displayed on this Website and in our promotional material are intended only as general guidelines, and Travelbay does not guarantee the accuracy of the ratings. Hotel room images are representative only and the actual room occupied may vary in inclusions and décor.
              • In some circumstances, some specific products or services as contained on this website and promotional material may not be available due to circumstance beyond our control. In that situation, we will do our best to provide replacement products and / or services of a comparable nature and quality. Travelbay and our respective Suppliers make no guarantees about the availability of specific products and services.
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