RV Angkor Pandaw – Beginning in Ha Long Bay, the RV Angkor Pandaw floats up the Red River to Hanoi, then into the clear rustic waters of the Da River. The journey takes 10 days.
Ha Long Bay – Ha Long Bay is a spectacular labyrinth of karst cliffs that thrust out of tranquil waters off Vietnam's northeast coast.
Any given night – Days on the boat usually conclude with sunset cocktails on the top deck, followed by an unhurried three-course dinner.
Tay Phuong Pagoda – The cruise includes a stop in Viet Tri, home to the Tay Phuong Pagoda.
Northern Vietnam – Among the highlights of Pandaw's excursions are water puppet performances, ethnic dancing, a bird sanctuary, Buddhist and Taoist temples and visits with local artisans and craftspeople.
Mai Chau – Mai Chau is a district in Hoa Binh province. Located 160 kilometers from Hanoi, it's famed for its beautiful surroundings.
Thay Pagoda – Thay Pagoda, located about 20 kilometers from central Hanoi, was built in the 11th century.
RV Angkor Pandaw – With a passenger capacity of 32, the ratio of guests to staff is almost one to one. Cabins sleep one or two and feature brass fittings and polished teakwood paneling.
Lunch – Dining is a thrice-daily feast of East-meets-West flavors and healthy fare.
Hoa Binh – A Muong Village in Hoa Binh. The RV Angkor Pandaw anchors frequently at villages and small ports, either to pick up provisions from the local market or let the passengers take in an excursion or two.