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Indochina Paddling

Kayak through Vietnam, Laos & Cambodia on this award-winning itinerary.

  • Explore the Greater Mekong River region, a WWF priority place which former U.S. Secretary of State Clinton described as a miracle.

  • The rare and endangered Irrawaddy dolphin is native to the Mekong.

  • Allow your adventurous spirit to roam free as you paddle through the lagoons, caves and rivers of Indochina.

Delight your senses with exquisitely authentic fresh seafood as the sunsets over the Mekong River, breathe in the mountain air as the sun gleaming off of the golden-roofed Buddhist temples warms your flushed face. Hear the songs of a night market in northern Laos, as vendors cry out from their booths, selling fresh vegetables, crafts and warm hand-prepared meals. Glimpse precious wildlife only found in this region such as the Irrawaddy dolphin. It is estimated that fewer than 100 Mekong Irrawaddy dolphins survive in a 118-mile stretch of the Mekong River between Cambodia and Laos.

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Paddling the Pearls of Indochina
Immerse yourself in Southeast Asia via tropical sea kayaking, flatwater river paddling and rugged overland travel. Sail among the limestone islands of Ha Long Bay on a classic junk, then spend four days paddling the Mekong River and camping near traditional villages. Tour historic Hanoi and explore the cultural treasures and temples of Luang Prabang and Angkor Wat.
13-day tours from $5,995

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WWF & Natural Habitat Adventures
Call (888) 993 – 8687 to book your spot on this tour. Questions? Email us at travel@wwfus.org.

WWF in Greater Mekong
WWF works in the Greater Mekong region on a number of priority projects. These include tactics to end all wildlife poaching, addressing climate change by encouraging responsible forestry and agricultural practices and leading efforts to promote the development of sustainable infrastructure. Read more here.

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