Deluxe Vietnam & Cambodia

Pre-Tour Laos and/or Post-Tour Bangkok

Deluxe Vietnam & Cambodia

Pre-Tour Laos and/or Post-Tour Bangkok

Immerse yourself in a luxury journey through Vietnam and Cambodia and add on optional extensions to Laos & Bangkok for the trip of a lifetime. In Vietnam, you will discover the quaint city of Hanoi which retains many buildings from the French occupation. Travel to Ha Long Bay for a one-night luxury cruise and watch the sunset set and rise over this spectacular scenery. In DaNang your hotel will be on China Beach, evoking memories of the Vietnam War. The beautiful ancient village of HoiAn is a special treat. Hue is home to the only other Forbidden City outside of Beijing. Saigon is right out of the movies. But the piece de resistance of the entire trip is Angkor Wat in Cambodia. You will have a chance to witness sunrise over these amazing temples from the Middle Ages.

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Trip Overview

Countries Visited: Vietnam, Cambodia
Starts In: Hanoi (HAN)
Ends In: Siem Reap (REP)
Duration: 14 days / 12 nights
Int'l Air Route: USA - Hanoi (HAN) ... Siem Reap (REP) - USA
Group Size:  Min 4; Max 12
Accommodations: Luxury (5★)
Activity Level: Moderate
Experiences: Culture, History, Food


  • Coda Tours signature small group size
  • Coda Tours signature comprehensive sightseeing programs
  • Coda Tours signature inclusive meal plan
  • Coda Tours signature deluxe accommodations
  • UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Hội An’s Old Town, Luang Prabang, and Angkor Wat
  • City Tours of Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City
  • Natural wonders of Lan Ha Bay beaches and rock formations
  • Discover the richness of Thai art, architecture, history and culture at Bangkok’s famous Grand Palace and Emerald Buddha complex

Dates & Prices

Your TripDepart USAReturn USADouble Occupancy PriceSingle Occupancy PriceIntra Tour Air
Vietnam & CambodiaFebruary 15, 2024February 28, 2024$8795 -Main Tour$12195 - Main Tour$775 econ; $1296 biz
Pre-Trip LaosFebruary 12, 2024February 15, 2024$2695 - Laos pre-trip$4045 - Laos pre-trip$226 coach (no biz)
Post-Trip BangkokFebruary 28, 2024March 1, 2024$850 - Bangkok post-trip$1325 - Bangkok post trip$393 coach (no biz)
A deposit of $750 is required to hold a reservation. This may be charged to a credit card. Final payment is due 60 days prior to Start Date of the tour. Final payment may be made by personal check or wire transfer. Credit card payments are assessed a 4% fee.
Special Notes:
  • Single Occupancy rates can be avoided if you wish to be matched with another single traveler who also wishes to share. If no share is available, the single rate will apply.
  • Rates are based on current rates and currency exchange rates at the time of publishing the tour online.
  • Rates are subject to change until final payment has been made. Rates are based on a minimum participation and if the minimum participation is not met rates may need to be revised.


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  • Day 1 – Feb 15, 2024 | Depart the USA

    Depart on any regularly scheduled flight to Hanoi.

  • Day 2 – Feb 16 | Arrive in Hanoi

    Welcome to the cultural heart of Vietnam, Hanoi. After clearing customs, meet our representative for a 45-minute transfer to the centrally located hotel. History lovers may opt for the complimentary Path of History tour to visit the underground bomb shelter hidden beneath the hotel.

    Optional Add-On: VIP Fast Track through Customs
    An Airport Representative will usher VIPs direct from the arrivals gate and to the Visa and express clearance through immigration. Luggage assistance will be provided before being brought outside to meet the local guide.

    Accommodations: Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi ★★★★★
    Room: Premium

  • Day 3 – Feb 17 | Discover Hanoi

    Start the day with a private excursion around the city. Learn about the life and times of former President Ho Chi Minh including a visit to his mausoleum and stilted house. Continue to the unique One Pillar Pagoda before lunch. Then, ride into the city’s Old Quarter via bicycle rickshaw to explore a series of narrow, 15th century streets, each bearing a name that reflects the business once conducted there, such as Silk Street and Rice Street. End the day at the beautiful Hoan Kiem Lake (Lake of the Returned Sword) and visit the temple of Ngoc Son followed by a traditional Vietnamese dinner.

    Accommodations: Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi ★★★★★
    Room: Premium
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

  • Day 4 – Feb 18 | Vietnamese Culture and History

    Explore the 11th century Temple of Literature with an expert in Vietnamese culture, history, and education. Afterwards, visit Hỏa Lò Prison, nicknamed Hanoi Hilton. Then, sit down with a U.S. veteran, who came to fight in the Vietnam War but was deeply conflicted between U.S. policy and his newfound respect for Vietnam, its people, culture, and history.

    After lunch, tour the Art Vietnam Gallery with Art Director Suzanne Lecht, the leading authority on Contemporary Art in Vietnam. Further discover a treasure-trove of galleries and exhibitions in the area while discussing Vietnam’s burgeoning artists.

    Optional Add-On: Tastes of Hanoi
    A gastronomic adventure of Hanoi’s vibrant culinary scene will lead guests through the backstreets for a myriad of fresh vendors whose delicacies fill the air with enticing aromas. Eat as the locals do, sitting on a low stool on the pavement on Food Street, and sample a variety of snacks and sip on bia hoi, fresh, locally brewed beer. At Trúc Bạch Lake, more delicious treats await, such as a Vietnamese beef wrap and roll. 

    Accommodations: Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi ★★★★★
    Room: Premium
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

  • Day 5 – Feb 19 | Cruise Lan Ha Bay

    This morning, a two-hour transport will arrive at port for an overnight cruise on the majestic waters of Lan Ha Bay. Join the crew for a welcome drink while boarding the vessel, styled after a traditional Vietnamese junk boat. Enjoy a leisurely lunch surrounded by the dramatic beauty of the bay. In the afternoon, visit Cát Bà island to explore Trung Trang cave via van. Return to the ship and continue to Tra Bau for a swim in the pristine ocean waters.

    Later, join a cooking demonstration to learn how to make a classic Vietnamese dish. Savor the cool sea breeze and the warm glow of twilight as the boat anchors for the night. Enjoy dinner on board followed by an evening at leisure. Fish for squid, stargaze from the sundeck, or simply spend a quiet evening in the cabin.

    Accommodations: Orchid Cruise Suite | Lan Ha Bay
    Room: Suite Balcony
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

  • Day 6 – Feb 20 | Hội An

    Wake to the peaceful sounds of the gentle breeze and water lapping against the boat. Enjoy a light breakfast in the dining room or Tai Chi session on the sundeck. Early this morning, explore the Ao Ech area of the bay by kayak. Enjoy brunch and a tea ceremony before disembarking and transferring to Hanoi Airport for the flight to Da Nang to stay in Hội An.

    Hội An is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a picturesque old town on the Thu Bồn River with a rich cultural, culinary, and creative heart. Upon arrival, transfer to the hotel and spend the remainder of the day enjoying the luxuries of the Four Seasons. Enjoy the beachfront infinity pools or be pampered with a spa treatment overlooking a peaceful lotus pond. 

    Accommodations: Four Seasons Resort | The Nam Hai | Hội An ★★★★★
    Room: Villa
    Meals: Breakfast

  • Day 7 – Feb 21 | Discover Hội An

    Explore the charms of Hội An on foot. Stroll through winding streets, past rows of traditional houses to better appreciate the grand architecture of the Old House of Tan Ky. Admire the traditional elegance of the Fujian Assembly Hall, pass through the impressive 400-year-old Japanese covered bridge, then continue to a local studio to create a unique souvenir – a traditional lantern. The afternoon and evening are at leisure.

    Optional Excursion: Fields and Farming in Hội An
    Meet a local vegetable farmer in a small village on the outskirts of Hội An. Experience a typical day on an organic, traditional, Vietnamese farm. Learn about the equipment and their uses, then join the farmers in the field to prepare the land for sewing or to harvest crops or to help fertilize the soil with seaweed from the nearby river. Pick vegetables and herbs from the garden and head to the kitchen to prepare a local specialty using the freshly harvested ingredients and enjoy the taste of a self-made snack.

    Accommodations: Four Seasons Resort | The Nam Hai | Hội An ★★★★★
    Room: Villa
    Meals: Breakfast

  • Day 8 – Feb 22 | Huế

    This morning, depart to Huế via Cloudy Pass with a visit to the Cham Museum in Da Nang - once the center of the ancient Cham civilization. Begin at the Imperial Citadel, then venture to the traditional market of Dong Ba. Arrive on the banks of the scenic Perfume River to check-in at the hotel. With a breathtaking view of the former Imperial Citadel, it is an easy walk to the city's sights. This evening is a special Imperial Dinner at the hotel and Imperial costumes are available for souvenir photographs.

    Accommodations: Azerai La Residence | Thua Thien ★★★★★
    Room: Deluxe River View
    Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

  • Day 9 – Feb 23 | Tombs of Huế | Ho Chi Minh City

    A short drive through the rolling hills of Huế will take us to our morning tour of the tombs of the former dynasty’s most prolific emperors. We then visit the nearby incense-making village, which has been supplying the nation’s incense for generations, a staple of every house and temple in Vietnam.
    After lunch, transfer to the Huế airport for onward flight to the bustling and vibrant Ho Chi Minh City and transfer to the hotel. Commonly known by its former name of Saigon, this captivating city is home to old French boulevards and colonial architecture juxtaposed to traditional temples and modern skyscrapers.

    Accommodations: Park Hyatt ★★★★★
    Room: Panorama Deluxe
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

  • Day 10 – Feb 24 | Discover Ho Chi Minh City

    Explore the city from past to present, starting at the Reunification Palace and followed by a visit to the History Museum or the War Remnants Museum, and ending at the Cao Dai temple. The afternoon is at leisure. Opt for a spa treatment or an optional add-on.

    Optional Add-On: Saigon River and War Tunnels
    Cruise the Saigon River on a private speedboat to visit the Củ Chi tunnels. This intriguing network of underground tunnels provided shelter and an effective source of infiltration for the Viet Cong during the later years of the Vietnam War. Catch a glimpse of life during the war while crawling in tight, narrow passageways.
    *The Củ Chi Tunnels may cause discomfort for those who experience claustrophobia, fear of the dark, irregular cardiac conditions or similar health conditions. However, crawling inside the tunnels is entirely optional.

    Optional Add-On: Sacred Craftsmen of Chinatown
    Experience the trades and traditions of Chinatown, or Cho Lon. Drive past traditional Chinese medicine stores filled with dried ginger, ginseng, and all manner of herbs. Meet an old community of craftsmen who spend their days creating small amulets and religious statues. Chat with some of the artisans to learn more about their way of life, which seems to have changed very little over the years. Explore a neighbourhood market and taste some of their traditional specialties before enjoying a cup of Vietnamese coffee at a charming local café. Continue further to discover an incense-filled temple and learn about Chinese religious rites and customs while making an offering by lighting a spiral incense cone. 

    Accommodations: Park Hyatt ★★★★★
    Room: Panorama Deluxe
    Meals: Breakfast

  • Day 11 – Feb 25 | Ho Chi Minh | Siem Reap

    Enjoy a morning at leisure with time to relax and enjoy the hotel ammenities. Alternatively, we have optional add-ons availble to further explore the city. After check-out, transfer to the Tân Sơn Nhất Airport for onward flight to Siem Reap, a flourishing provincial town best known as the gateway to the treasures of Angkor.

    Upon arrival, an airport fast-track service representative collects passports and arrival/departure cards and escorts the group directly to the baggage claim area, bypassing the lines at immigration. After being guided through customs, meet the local guide for transfer to the hotel. *If a visa is not secured in advance and must be acquired upon arrival, please prepare one passport-size photograph and the visa fee.

    Optional Add-On: Saigon Morning Melodies
    See the city slowly come to life with an early morning cyclo ride (a pedal-powered rickshaw) past Notre Dame Cathedral and the Central Post Office. Stroll through a city park where locals gather for their daily Tai Chi practice or a game of badminton and taste Vietnamese coffee at a scenic spot behind the Reunification Palace. Stop by the memorial of a Buddhist monk who famously committed an act of self-immolation in 1963. Then, hop on the back of a Vespa with a local driver to visit a street market and a secret weapons bunker. Continue to the colorful flower market and enjoy a traditional bowl of pho at one of the city’s best noodle shops.

    Accommodations: Raffles Grand d'Angkor | Siem Reap ★★★★★
    Room: Terrace Villa
    Meals: Breakfast

  • Day 12 – Feb 26 | Angkor Wat

    This morning is a guided tour of Angkor Wat, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most impressive examples of the lost Khmer civilization's architectural and artistic grandeur. The afternoon is at leisure to explore or enjoy the hotel amenities.

    Accommodations: Raffles Grand d'Angkor | Siem Reap ★★★★★
    Room: Terrace Villa
    Meals: Breakfast

  • Day 13 – Feb 27 | Angkor

    Explore the magnificent temples and landmarks of Angkor, a collection of jungle-covered temples dating as far back as the ninth century. First, visit the ancient walled city of Angkor Thom, then continue to the sanctuary of Baphuon, visit the Terrace of the Elephants, and end the tour at Ta Prohm, a beautiful temple that appears to have been claimed by nature thanks to the strangler figs and kapok trees that have entwined themselves around the crumbling stone ruins. Enjoy a Khmer Set Lunch before heading back to the hotel for an afternoon at leisure.

    Accommodations: Raffles Grand d'Angkor | Siem Reap ★★★★★
    Room: Terrace Villa
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

  • Day 14 – Feb 28 | Departure to the USA

    After check-out, take a private airport transfer for return flights to the USA.

    Meals: Breakfast


  • Pre-Day 1 – Feb 12, 2024 | Depart the USA

    Depart on any regularly scheduled flight to Luang Prabang, Laos.

  • Pre-Day 2 – Feb 13 | Arrive in Luang Prabang, Laos

    After check-out, meet the local guide for a private airport transfer for the flight to Luang Prabang. An express escort is provided through immigration to baggage claim and transfer to the scenic hotel.
    * If a visa is not secured in advance and must be acquired upon arrival, two passport photos and the visa fee are required per person.

    A land of enchantment surrounded by lush, forested mountains, meandering rivers, and an uplifting spiritual vibe, Luang Prabang is a UNESCO World Heritage Site filled with traditional temples and French-Indochinese architecture built around the sacred hill of Mount Phousi.

    Accommodations: La Residence Phou Vao | Luang Prabang ★★★★★
    Room: Mountain View Junior Suite
    Meals: Breakfast

  • Pre-Day 3 – Feb 14 | Culture and History of Laos

    Experience a quintessential Lao morning with a spiritual tak bat, or almsgiving ritual. After the ceremony, visit the bustling morning market before breakfast at the hotel. Uncover layers of history and culture through a tour of the Royal Palace Museum, Heuan Chan Heritage House, and Wat Xiengthong. Discover the city’s endless charm in the meandering streets and iconic temples. Then, learn about life and tradition in remote Laos communities at the Traditional Arts and Ethnology Center. After lunch, continue on boat to the sacred caves of Pak Ou. Set in a limestone cliff overlooking the Mekong River.

    Accommodations: La Residence Phou Vao | Luang Prabang ★★★★★
    Room: Mountain View Junior Suite
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

  • Pre-Day 4 – Feb 15 | Elephant Sanctuary | City Outskirts

    Venture into the remote jungles of northern Laos for an up close and personal experience with Southeast Asia's gentle giants. MandaLao is a rare sanctuary that offers sustainable and ethical experiences with elephants in a rich, natural environment. Meet one of the directors of the project to learn about their commitment to conservation, education and animal welfare.

    In the afternoon, visit Wat Khili to view a photographic archive depicting over 120 years of Buddhist life in Laos. Discover weaving and textile traditions in the villages of Ban Xang Khong and Ban Xieng Lek, on the outskirts of the city. Finally, visit Wat Visoun to view the sunset at Mount Phou Si, a strenuous climb but worth the panoramic views of the city and Mekong River.

    Accommodations: La Residence Phou Vao | Luang Prabang ★★★★★
    Room: Mountain View Junior Suite
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

  • Pre-Day 5 – Feb 16 | Luang Prabang | Hanoi

    Transfer to the airport and continue to Hanoi.

    Meals: Breakfast


  • Day 14 – Feb 28 | Siem Reap | Bangkok

    Transfer to Siem Reap International Airport for onward flight to Bangkok, the bustling capital of Thailand with an eclectic mix of ornate temples and towering skyscrapers. Upon arrival, an airport representative accompanies the group through a fast-track lane at immigration to assist with luggage and customs. A private transfer will arrive at the hotel on the West bank of the Chao Phraya River.

    Optional Add-On: Bangkok After Dark
    Experience the best of Bangkok’s nightlife, from the trendy Talad Noi district to the backstreets of old Yaowarat town. Traveling by custom-made, electric tuk tuk, explore the city’s funky bars and after-dark cafés.

    Accommodations: The Peninsula Bangkok ★★★★★
    Room: Deluxe Room
    Meals: Breakfast

  • Day 15 – Feb 29 | Palaces and Temples of Bangkok

    This morning, journey through Bangkok's awe-inspiring sites, beginning with the famous Grand Palace followed by a short ride by tuk tuk to the 200-year-old Wat Pho. Return to the hotel by private boat.

    This evening, travel by boat to Chakrabongse Villa, a former royal residence that tonight will pose as an idyllic riverside dining venue. Feast on a menu of Royal Thai Cuisine and original family recipes in the lush gardens or on the riverfront terrace.

    Alternative Add-On: One Night in Bangkok (to replace dinner at Chakrabongse Villa)
    Experience Bangkok's buzzing nightlife. Start with astounding city views at Sundowners on the 76th floor of one of the city's tallest buildings. Savor authentic Thai flavors by a Michelin star chef whose inspired menu takes one on a journey through Thailand, with seasonal and locally sourced ingredients.

    Accommodations: The Peninsula Bangkok ★★★★★
    Room: Deluxe Room
    Meals: Breakfast

  • Day 16 – Mar 1 | Departure to USA

    After check-out, meet the local guide for a private airport transfer for return flights to the USA.

    Meals: Breakfast

What's Included

What's Included

  • Fast Track service through customs on all intra-tour flights, except arrival in Hanoi
  • Three nights in Luang Prabang at the 5★ Hotel, La Residence Phou Vao (Pre-Trip only)
  • Three nights in Hanoi at the 5★ Hotel, Sofitel Legend Metropole
  • One night on Lan Ha Bay aboard the luxurious Orchid Cruise
  • Two nights in Hội An at the 5★ Hotel, Four Seasons Resort, Nam Hai
  • One night in Huế at the 5★ Azerai La Residence Hotel
  • Two nights in Ho Chi Minh City at the 5★ Hotel, The Reverie
  • Two nights in Siem Reap at the 5★ Zannier Hotels Phum Baitang
  • Two nights in Bangkok at the 5★ Peninsula Bangkok Hotel (Extension only)
  • 21 meals: 12 breakfasts; 5 lunches; 4 dinners (Pre-Trip 3 breakfasts, 2 lunches; Extension 3 breakfasts)
  • Private transportation and tours throughout the tour with bottled water and cold towels
  • Sightseeing excursions and entry fees, as stated in the itinerary
  • Professional, English-speaking local guides in each country
  • Coda Tour Representative, with minimum participation
  • Pre-departure assistance and Information Portfolio from Coda Tours
  • Taxes and service charges

What's Not Included

  • International airfare and baggage fees
  • Intra-tour airfare (quoted separately)
  • Trip Cancellation & Interruption insurance (highly recommended)
  • Passport and visa fees; a visa is required for entry into some countries in this tour
  • Departure tax, if applicable
  • Early check-in or late check-out
  • Optional Add-Ons
  • Personal meals, transfers, drinks, telephone, gifts, and expenses not outlined in the itinerary
  • Any optional sightseeing excursions or additional visits not outlined in the itinerary
  • Gratuity for local guides, drivers, staff, and Coda Tour Manager

Travel Prep

Among others, Delta with Korean Air or American Airlines partnering with Japan Airlines or Bangkok Airways offer flights between New York (JFK) or Miami (MIA) to Hanoi (HAN) and/or Siem Reap (REP). We recommend booking at least 7 months in advance if you want to use Frequent Flyer Miles or the American Express Platinum card 2-4-1 program. Please request a quote if you would like Coda Tours to assist with international airfare bookings. We often can offer favorable rates for Business or Economy class at a standard fee of $35 per ticket.

Intra-tour flights are additional and quoted separately. Typically, we book only coach class. Business class upgrades are available upon request when possible. Fees for 1 checked bag at the weight specified by the airline will be included. Note that some airlines have very restricted baggage weight limits. Excess baggage fees can be paid at the airport at the time of check in. Fees can be expensive. LIMIT YOUR LUGGGAE TO 1 PIECE AND PREFERABLY to less than 35lbs. Pre-assigned seating is not usually purchased in advance. On intra-tour flights, seating is secured at the airport at the time of check in and can be assigned randomly by the airline. Intra-tour flights, once issued, are non-refundable.


Date Flight route Airfare/person  Note
16-Feb-24 QV313 16:55/18:05 LPQ/HAN Economy class only USD 226/ticket in Economy class Hand baggage: 7kg and Checked baggage: 20 kg
20-Feb-24 VN173 HAN/DAD 1610/1740 USD 160/ticket in Economy class Hand baggage: 12kg and Checked baggage: 23 kg
USD 298/ticket in Business class Hand baggage: 18kg and Checked baggage: 32 kg
23-Feb-24 VN 1375 HUI/SGN 1505/1635 USD 160/ticket in Economy class Hand baggage: 12kg and Checked baggage: 23 kg
USD 298/ticket in Business class Hand baggage: 18kg and Checked baggage: 32 kg
25-Feb-24 VN813 SGN/REP 1620/1730 USD 455/ticket in Economy class Hand baggage: 12kg and Checked baggage: 23 kg
USD 700/ticket in Business class Hand baggage: 18kg and Checked baggage: 32 kg
28-Feb-24 PG906 REP/BKK 1325/1445 USD 393/ticket in Economy class Hand baggage: 7kg and Checked baggage: 20 kg


A valid passport is required for international travel and must be valid for 6 months after the return date of travel and have two blank pages available per country visited. A visa is required for American and Canadian passport holders to enter Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos. We recommend obtaining an e-visa.

  • For an e-visa to enter Vietnam, you may apply online and receive loose-leaf visa by mail – Click here.
  • For an e-visa to enter Cambodia, you may purchase one online – Click here.
  • For an e-visa to enter Laos, you may apply online – Click here.

Visas may also be obtained upon arrival at the airport in Hanoi, Vietnam, Siem Reap, Cambodia, and Luang Prabang, Laos. To arrange for this, Coda Tours must submit all personal data in advance to the authorities. Please inform us at the time of booking if you wish to obtain your visa upon arrival.

All travelers must be up to date with their COVID-19 vaccines and have proof of vaccination that is verified by a medical professional. No other immunizations are required for travel on this tour; however, the Center for Disease Control suggests that all travelers be up to date on routine vaccines, including measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine, diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis vaccine, varicella (chickenpox) vaccine, polio vaccine, and your yearly flu shot. For this tour, it is especially important to be up to date on your Hepatitis A and B vaccines.

The temperature on this tour will range from pleasant in the evenings to quite hot in some areas with little expected rainfall. Please dress accordingly, however, no sleeveless tops that expose the shoulders and no shorts/skirts that expose the knees are permitted when visiting temples and religious sites.



 Average Temperature   Low  High
Hanoi 62° F 75° F
Lan Ha Bay 61° F 67° F
Hội An 68° F 79° F
Huế 66° F 73° F
Ho Chi Ming City 80° F 90° F
Siem Reap 82° F 90° F
Bangkok 80° F 90° F
Luang Prabang 70° F 85° F

All departures and rates are guaranteed on a minimum number of participants. A Coda Tour Manager will accompany a tour also based on a minimum number of participants. This tour can be operated as a Private Tour or customized and repriced based on a final itinerary.

A portfolio of pre-departure information will be mailed approximately three weeks prior to departure.





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