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Vodka and Vietnam Go on VaKAItion

Where: Vietnam
February 3, 2009 at 12:36 PM | by | ()

KAI Vodka is the world’s only premium vodka made from rice, so it’s fitting that the company is hosting several package trips to Vietnam, where they have been making vodka for over 600 years. Take that, Russia!

The KAI Exotic Vietnam Adventure (KEVA for short) is a custom-packaged deal that plans out eight to 14 days in Vietnam, stopping in at major cities and scenic spots.

The 8-day package starts at $2,649 per person, and includes roundtrip airfare from Los Angeles or San Francisco on Cathay Pacific Airways, hotel accommodations, tours of Hanoi and Saigon, as well as a cruise of Halong Bay--you know, that huge bay with all the jungle-like monolithic rocks, unspoiled beaches, and vine-covered cliffs. Think Catherine Deneuve in Indochine.

The 10-day tour starts at $2,899 per person, and the 14-day trip starts at $3,575. The package is the brainchild of the promotional marketing firm Events International, and promises a “blend of city and country, relaxation and adventure,” according to president David Booth. And we're assuming some Kai vodka sipping as well.

If you just can’t make it all the way to Asia just now, the company promises more package trips in the future. In the meantime, you can pick up a bottle of KAI at your local liquor store for about $30.

Related Stories:
· Kai Exotic Vietnam Adventure [Official Site]

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