Released this week, the itineraries range from eight to 27 days and include a seven-night sailing aboard the line’s custom-built river vessel, Mekong Navigator.
Itineraries include the eight-day or 13-day Treasures of the Mekong Cruise. Commencing with two nights in Ho Chi Minh City before boarding the ship. The cruise will take guests to Cai Be, Sa Dec, Chau Doc, Phnom Penh, Tonle Sap, Kampong Chhnang, Wat Hanchey and Kampong Cham before disembarking in Siem Reap.
From there guests will spend three nights in Cambodia before returning home.
There’s also a 22-day Essence of Vietnam, Cambodia and Luxury Mekong cruise, which takes guests from Hanoi to Siem Reap.
The itinerary includes a street food tour in Hoi An; visits to the Mausoleum of Emperor Minh Mang; see the colourful floating market in Cai Be; and meet students at a secondary school in Wat Hanchey.
Meanwhile, the 27-day Grand Indochina and Luxury Mekong River Cruise takes guests on an in-depth tour of Vietnam and Cambodia.
Scenic is offering earlybird offers for bookings made by 30 September 2014, including free flights to Asia.
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