Frequently Asked Questions About Southeast Asia

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We believe in ‘honesty in travel’ and promise to offer you quality tours in modern safe vehicles with friendly helpful guides. Our tours are based on our personal experiences. Many companies will dazzle you with tempting cheap offers, but we want you to enjoy a quality professional experience. Many parts of Asia have a uniqueness about them, and getting up close and personal while making the most of your travel dollar and supporting local people is very important. Our local companies staffed by people with a passion to show you the best of their home countries.

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We often get asked about weather and when the best time to travel is. Naturally this depends on what your holiday plans are but our personal suggestion would be to consider how well you handle the tropical heat. If you live in a cooler climate and/or don’t handle the high heat of Asia very well, then our suggestion would be to avoid April to June, which are generally the hottest months through many parts of Southeast Asia.
If you wish to spend time at a beach after your tour, then you may want to avoid the middle of the rainy season (September – October) so as to maximise your sunshine hours, but even during the rainy season the beaches are still popular and the weather often fantastic.

A very hard question to answer, naturally the more time you have the more you will see and experience. However it all depends on your specific interests. We are more than happy to suggest a tour to suit you or to create a customised holiday for you based on your interests, timeframe and budget.

To get visa information for your country of origin, please consult with the local embassy or consulate in your home country, for the country you are visiting.

Naturally your health is something that is very important, however just because a country is known to still have some areas where Malaria is present, there may not be any need for concern. We suggest you contact a specialist Travellers Health and Medical specialist as unfortunately many doctors being unfamiliar with specific destinations, and only consult their medical manual.