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Advantage of using Smithsonian Tours

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We are planning a trip to Vietnam in late 2016, early 2017. We have been impressed with offerings of Smithsonian Journeys but we learned they use Odyssey Tours as their travel partner. When I look at Odyssey Tours website I find the exact same tour, much less. Would be interested in people's opinions as to whether it is worth it to pay extra for Smithsonian? Any experience with them? Is their expertise worth the extra money?

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