Flow Travel focuses on creating bespoke travel experiences for the discerning visitor. We specialise in authentic, customised trips for small groups of like-minded people.
We arrange trips for our clients in Africa and beyond, including India, the Far East, Europe and the Americas.
“I’d pack a bag and fly anywhere in the world to travel again with you and our wonderful group.”
– Dina Silver
At Flow Travel, we believe life is short and time is precious, so you need to get the most possible out of your travel experiences.
We don't do mass travel. Rather, we create each trip especially for our travellers. We curate itineraries around the world to make sure that each trip you do with us is a trip of a lifetime.
We strive to deliver experiences others wouldn’t have, to make your memories that much richer. This means we choose authentic places to stay over chain hotels, whether it’s on a houseboat on the mirror-like Dal Lake at the foot of the Himalayas in Kashmir, or in an ancient riad in Morocco, with rooms looking down onto a central courtyard where a fountain plays.
We choose the most knowledgeable, local guides, and we keep our groups small and intimate, so we can get to know each other.
We can be irreverent and fun, and are prepared to deviate from the itinerary if it will make the trip better – for example, we were recently looking at a bird’s-eye view of Cape Town from Signal Hill when four in the group decided spontaneously to paraglide down. The change in plans meant we all had more fun and took even better photos!
“Go with the FLOW! Never a dull moment and in most of our travels about three-quarters of the way in I’ve had enough and am ready to go home. Not this trip. Nope. I enjoyed every minute and looked forward to the next day’s adventure. Thank you for making my trip far exceed any expectations.”
Our trips are specially curated for small groups of discerning travellers looking for a wealth of authentic experiences. Each trip caters for a maximum of 15.
Vietnam and Cambodia
This two-week trip takes in populous cities in Vietnam and Cambodia, floating shopping markets, the ancient town of Hoi An, bustling Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, the limestone islands of Halong Bay, the world-famous temples of Angkor Wat, and Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia. As you pass through different regions our knowledgeable guides are on hand to introduce local villagers and to source traditional cuisine. For bookings and enquiries email email@example.com.
Cambodia and Vietnam lie in the Far East, in Indochina, where ancient culture survives in the face of modern influence. Vietnam is home to nearly 100-million inhabitants and Cambodia to 16-million.
Both share war-ravaged histories. Vietnam’s dates back to the 1960s when the Soviet-backed Viet Cong, allied with North Vietnam, clashed with the US-supported South Vietnam, and it was only two decades ago that Cambodia emerged from the grip of the Khmer Rouge.
Today Vietnam is at peace, with life along the Mekong delta meandering at leisurely pace, Halong Bay filled with cruise boats and the Cu Chi tunnels waiting to be explored.
Cambodians are warm, welcoming and proud to share sights such as the Angkor Wat UNESCO World Heritage Site, the packed markets from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh, and the rare Irrawaddy dolphins of the Mekong River.
The trip takes place from February 14 to March 1, 2020. See the full itinerary.
Let Flow Travel organise a trip for you!
Let us know what’s on your bucket list, and we’ll custom-make a trip. Or join one of our upcoming trips – find out more by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“These last few years I’ve crossed some fantastic trips off my bucket list. But my most recent trip to South Africa, planned by Tara at Flow Travel, tops them all. It was exciting, educational and exhilarating, all rolled in one!”
“I cannot thank you enough for a truly life-changing experience. I still get tears in my eyes when I think about the fact that I accomplished one bucket-list item, thanks to you and your generosity. I feel that we experienced South Africa the way few are able to understand your country, almost from the inside out. We learned about the history, the economy, the beauty and, best of all, we learned about elephants. What amazing creatures.”