Vietnam School Tours specialises in school travel to Vietnam and Cambodia. We know and understand how to best showcase all that both countries have to offer.
Founder Tram Macdouall ensures that each group travelling with Vietnam School Tours receives the “hands-on” attention required to make sure the experience is as delightful as possible.
Tram’s parents are Vietnamese and arrived in Australia as refugees in 1980, so she has an insider’s knowledge to a country very close to her heart. Tram's ability to fluently speak, read and write Vietnamese ensures that all components of any trip are fully understood by all and nothing is left to chance.
Her brother is comedian Anh Do, author of the bestselling book “The Happiest Refugee” and her husband Brett is a teacher and Form Master who has taken his own school students on tours. With 15 years experience taking students on trips to South East Asia he, like Tram, knows exactly the requirements, the difficulties and risks of being responsible for a group of students in a foreign country.
Put simply Tram's team at Vietnam School Tours are all experts when it comes to knowing, understanding and travelling to Vietnam and Cambodia. School groups travelling with Vietnam School Tours experience the most stimulating, learning-filled tours, whilst the teachers often comment that the trip was “the least stressful, most enjoyable” they’ve ever been on.
At Vietnam School Tours we organise tours that are specific to schools and students. Whether it is a cultural based tour including all the major sites, a tour to complement a range of study topics and curriculum, an expedition styled program, a community service based project or a mixture of all, we believe all our tours to be unmatched for safety, quality and originality.
Some of my life’s fondest memories were created in the beautiful country of Vietnam. My school offered me the trip of a life time and one of the best decisions I ever made was signing up to go to Vietnam.
Angkor Wat was absolutely breath taking, it didn’t seem real. Bike riding through the jungle was something I won’t ever forget.
I had the opportunity to go on a trip half way across the world to Vietnam a country so different from my own.