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Why Journeys Within

  • Work with recognized experts who have lived and breathed Southeast Asia for 15 years
  • Gain access to our amazing family of guides, drivers, and support staff in each country we serve
  • Our team is dedicated to providing unique adventures and crafting unforgettable travel experiences
  • No consultation fees and friendly experts who are happy to share their knowledge of the region, whether you book with us or not
  • Active philanthropy and voluntourism: Condé Nast Traveler described Journeys Within as “a pioneer in philanthropic travel.”

Awards & Accolades

Top Travel Companies Travel and Leisure Top Travel Experts Conde Nast Traveler Trusted Travel Expert Wendy Perrin Top 10 Travel Companies Travel and Leisure

Watch Ted Danson, star of Cheers and The Good Place, talk about his “Trip of a Lifetime” to Southeast Asia, planned by Journeys Within

Mr. Danson name drops Journeys Within Tour Company on Jimmy Kimmel Live.

View the custom tour itinerary:
Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia: How Ted Danson saw Southeast Asia

How to Get Started

All of our tours are private and customizable, developed to suit your interests, time and budget. We have an amazing clientele that ranges in age, interests and budget and have posted many sample itineraries for you to browse through for ideas for your own tour.

Our Luxury Tours are for guests who are interested in an incredible experience with an amazing level of service utilizing some of the best properties and hotels in Southeast Asia.

Our Signature Tours offer marvelous experiences that encompass not only the highlights of each country, but also the opportunity to get to know the people and cultures on a more intimate level, taking advantage of the many value-for-money and boutique hotels throughout the region.

Our Family Adventures are built on our experience traveling with our own kids and are perfect for the whole family.

Browse through the tours and give us a call at 877-454-3672. Or fill out our Contact Form, and we can work together on the perfect trip for you.

To get some quick answers about Journeys Within, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.

What’s Special About Journeys Within

When Andrea Ross started Journeys Within in 2003, she was told she had to choose: Be a travel agent, based in the U.S., or be a ground operator, based in Southeast Asia. Refusing to be limited, Journeys Within became both, earning the tour company the reputation it has today of offering guests seamless, custom trips from when they first contact our tour consultants to when they explore Southeast Asia with our amazing team in each country.

Not only does Journeys Within offer incredible custom Southeast Asia tours to places such as Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Phuket, Luang Prabang, Hanoi, Hue, Mandalay, Bagan, Angkor Wat and more, we also offer unique opportunities to leave these tourist hubs and get out into the countryside for an authentic experience getting to know the cultures and the people.

Seven Countries, One Team

Journeys Within has offices in the U.S. and U.K., with ground teams in Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Myanmar to ensure that all goes as planned. Our amazing guides, drivers, and staff all believe in the Journeys Within mission to give our guests the trip of a lifetime.

Founder Andrea Ross still leads guide training tours, so she personally knows every guide working for Journeys Within. Since the beginning, Journeys Within has been a family company, and even as it has grown, this idea of family has remained at its core. We may be spread over seven countries and speak multiple languages, but we’re one team.

Active Philanthropy

Condé Nast Traveler described Journeys Within as “a pioneer in philanthropic travel.” We believe that a tour company not only has a responsibility to its guests, but also a responsibility to the countries in which we live and work. Read more about voluntourism and our community support efforts.

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