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Great Laos Discovery in 14 Days

Price from
1550 USD
Duration
14 Days
Distance
Light Adventures - Leisure Holiday
Difficulty
Light Adventures - Leisure Holiday
Tour Code
Trip start in
Luang Prabang
Trip ends in
Pakse,Laos
Group size
Small group size: 02 -10
Trip type
Light Adventures -Leisure Holiday

OVERVIEW

Laos Adventure in Style’ is a tour that demonstrates that you can see every corner of this beautiful country while staying in some very comfortable and stylish properties along the way.  Highly recommended for anyone who wants to see the ‘real Laos’ yet does want their creature comforts.

BRIEF ITINERARY

Day 1: Arrival – Luang Prabang
Day 2: Luang Prabang

Day 3: Tour from Luang Prabang to Khuang Si Waterfall and Pak Ou Cave
Day 4: Luang Prabang to Nong Khiaw – Boat trip on Nam Ou
Day 5: Nong Khiaw to Muang Ngoi
Day 6: Nong Khiaw to Muang La
Day 7: Muang La Adventure Tours
Day 8: Muang La to Udomxay and Vientiane
Day 9: Vientiane
Day 10: Vientiane to Pakse and Bolevan Plateau – Kingfisher
Day 11: Kingfisher – Elephant Riding Tour
Day 12: Kingfisher – Wat Phou – Done Daeng
Day 13: Done Daeng to 4000 Islands
Day 14: Done Daeng to Pakse – Departure

HIGHLIGHTS

Luang Prabang: Visit all the highlights in this great Old town which was recognized ad a World heritage.

Nong Khiaw: Enjoy the adventurous boat trip to discover a beautiful scape along the Mekong riverbank.

Muang Ngoi: Discover the culture of hill tribes in small villages in Muang Ngoi and surrounds.

Vientiane: Exploring the rich culture and history of the capital in Laos.

Pakse: Enjoy a great Elephant riding experience and 4000 islands and great exploration surrounding area.

Great Laos Discovery in 14 Days
Great Laos Discovery in 14 Days
Great Laos Discovery in 14 Days
Great Laos Discovery in 14 Days
Great Laos Discovery in 14 Days
Great Laos Discovery in 14 Days
Great Laos Discovery in 14 Days
Great Laos Discovery in 14 Days
Great Laos Discovery in 14 Days
Great Laos Discovery in 14 Days
Great Laos Discovery in 14 Days
Great Laos Discovery in 14 Days

DAY 1:  ARRIVAL – LUANG PRABANG
On arrival at the airport, you will be met and transferred to your hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure. Having dinner at the finest local restaurant. Overnight in Luang Prabang.


DAY 2: LUANG PRABANG SIGHTSEEING TOURS (B/L/-)
Your full-day city tour begins after breakfast, with a visit to the Royal Palace Museum, which hosts a range of interesting artifacts. We then enjoy a short-guided tour seeing the city’s oldest temple of Wat Sene and the magnificent Wat Xiengthong with its roofs sweeping low to the ground, which represents classical Laotian architecture.
Monks Collecting Alms Around
Today, we also visit the impressive stupa of Wat Visoun and the shrine of Wat Aham. Following lunch, we visit the Arts and Ethnology Centre to learn about Laos’ many ethnic cultures before we head out of town to see the weaving villages of Ban Xiengkhong and Ban Xienglek. We then return to the city for a visit to Wat Mai. We then climb up to the top of Mount Phousi for an enjoyable exploration of the sacred, gilded stupa as well as a panoramic view of the city at sunset and the Mekong River.
The tour ends after a visit to the famous Night Market, where you can find a lovely selection of handmade textiles made by local and hill-tribe people surrounding Luang Prabang. Note: the Royal Palace Museum is closed on Tuesdays.
Overnight in Luang Prabang.


DAY3: KUANG SI WATERFALL AND PAK OU CAVES – (B/-/-)
First, we visit the morning Phousi Market, where you will see such diverse offerings as dried buffalo skin, local tea, and saltpeter among the chickens, vegetables, and hill-tribe weavings. Laos is also known for its traditional crafts, and today you will visit local villages of Lao ethnic minority groups at Ban Ouray, a Hmong village, Ban Ou a Laoloum village, and Ban Thapene, Khmu villages.
Luang Prabang – Kuang Si Waterfall
This then takes us to the beautiful Khuang Si Waterfall where you can cool off with a refreshing swim in the pools or walk along the forest trails. We then return to Luang Prabang. This afternoon is free at leisure to relax. Overnight in Luang Prabang.


DAY 4: NONG KHIAW – BOAT TRIP UP THE NAM OU (B/L/-)
Today we begin our boat adventure up the Nam Ou, enjoying the lush green forests and landscape. We will be able to stop off at a few villages and admire the breathtaking limestone karst scenery.
Along the way, we stop to visit the mysterious caves of Pak Ou, two linked caves crammed with thousands of gold lacquered Buddha statues of various shapes and sizes left by devoted pilgrims. Late afternoon we reach our destination for the night, Nong Khiaw. Overnight in Nong Khiaw.


DAY 5: NONG KHIAW ADVENTURE TOURS – MUANG NGOI TREKKING AND BOAT TRIP (B/L/-)
This morning we take a boat up to Muang Ngoi, a picturesque little fishing village 1 hour upstream from Nong Khiaw. We then trek to the Tham Kang, where according to local legend, a Naga resides to the rear. We then continue through rice paddy fields onto the Lao Loum village of Ban Na, which is only accessible by foot, so retains much of its original character.
Muang Ngoi Neua Boat Landing
After lunch, our last stop is the Thai Daeng village of Huay Sen, before we trek back to Muang Ngoi, through a mixture of forest and paddy field scenery. Before boarding the boat back to Nong Khiaw, you may wish to do as the locals do and bathe in the Nam Ou. We return to Nong Khiaw by early evening. Overnight in Nong Khiaw.


DAY 6: NONG KHIAW – MUANG LA (B/-/-)
This morning we have time for a short walk to Tham Pha Thok, a limestone cave where villagers hid during the Indochina War. The caves offer a wonderful view of the surrounding countryside. We then get back on the road, this time heading north to Muang La, a picturesque village famous for its hot springs, which you can enjoy, along with a massage at the wonderful Muang La Resort.
Overnight in Muang La.


DAY 7: MUANG LA ADVENTURE TOURS – GENTLE TREK TO DISCOVER LAOS ETHNIC MINORITIES  (B/L/-)
Your minibus leaves at 9.30 am and take you on a short ascent through lush green bamboo forests. Upon arrival at the top of the hill, you begin your forest walk towards the first minority village inhabited by the Hmong, who originate from the mountains of Tibet.
You will learn about their everyday way of life, more specifically the important role of animals in the village and the way they are tended, as well as discovering the daily lengthy rituals undertaken by the women and girls to adorn themselves in traditional tribal dress and makeup. Next, you visit an old military camp which is a harsh reminder of the immense suffering of the Lao people during the Vietnam war, even though it passed for the most part unnoticed by the Western world.
Muang La Adventure Tours
After this snapshot of the Hmong culture and way of life, you continue by road towards a village inhabited by the Akha tribe, also knows as the Ikho people, originating from Yunnan and Tibet. A walk through the village will enable you to discover more about this minority group who have remained very close to their traditional roots and methods, and your tour will finish with a delicious meal in the house of the village chief.
After lunch, you will continue to another Ikho village to discover more aspects of their culture and tradition, for example, the methods they use to color clothes with natural dyes extracted from local plants, and their belief in the spirit world which plays a major role in their everyday lives. Return to the resort at approximately 4.30 pm. Overnight in Muang La.


DAY 8: MUANG LA – UDOMXAY – VIENTIANE (FLIGHT) (B/-/-)
Following a leisurely morning, we transfer to Udomxay for your flight to Vientiane. En route, we have the chance to visit the intriguing Pra Xack Kham Temple with its sacred Buddha image. The 400 years old legendary statue is said to have many supernatural powers and is widely worshipped among the faithful local Buddhists. Upon arrival in Vientiane, you will be met and transferred to your hotel. Overnight in Vientiane.


DAY 9: VIENTIANE SIGHTSEEING TOURS (B/-/-)
After breakfast, we explore Vientiane capital by visiting the major sights of the capital; including the oldest Wat Sisaket with thousands of miniature Buddha statues and the former royal temple of Wat Prakeo, which previously housed the famous Emerald Buddha Image.
Pha That Luang in Vientiane
. En route to Lao’s national precious heritage, the famous and sacred structure of That Luang Stupa, you will have the opportunity to take some pictures of the imposing Patuxay Monument, which is well known as Vientiane’s own Arc de Triumph. In the afternoon we continue visiting the rest of Vientiane by foot, including Wat Ong Tue, Wat Inpeng, and Wat Haisok.
We pass by the major shopping area continuing to the Vientiane Central Market of Talad Sao and Talad Kouadin where various goods are displayed for sale; including fresh food, household goods, souvenirs, textiles, gold, silver, and antiques. We return to the Mekong Riverside in the late afternoon to admire the sunset. Overnight in Vientiane.


DAY 10: VIENTIANE – PAKSE –BOLEVAN PLATEAU – KINGFISHER – ADVENTURE  HOLIDAYS(FLIGHT) (B/-/-)
You will be transferred to the airport early this morning for your flight to Pakse. On arrival at Pakse, you will be met and taken by road west into the Bolevean Plateau. The Bolevean Plateau is known for its cooler temperature being located high above the Mekong Valley.
The area is famous for its many waterfalls, and the most beautiful of these falls, Tad Fan, we visit. Tad Fan waterfall is spectacular with twin waterfalls plummeting into a deep gorge surrounded by flourishing vegetation. A trip to the plateau provides a refreshing break from the heat and allows you to observe the cultivation of rich coffee, tea, cardamom, bananas, and other crops that can be seen en route.
In the afternoon we arrive at Tad Lo, home to another scenic waterfall and numerous ethnic minority groups. We then head south to Xi Pian National Protected Area and the Kingfisher Ecolodge for the evening. Overnight at Kingfisher.


DAY 11: KINGFISHER – ELEPHANT RIDERS SCHOOL – ELEPHANT RIDING EXPERIENCE  (B/-/-)
Today provides you with a unique opportunity to learn to ride an elephant through the Kingfisher ‘Elephant Riders School’. The morning is spent learning basic techniques, while the afternoon gives you the chance to put your new-found skills into practice, by leading your new friend up Phou Asa Mountain. Overnight at Kingfisher.


DAY 12:  KINGFISHER – WAT PHOU – DONE DAENG – BOAT TRIPS (B/-/-)
Today we leave Kingfisher Ecolodge and travel to visit the fascinating pre-Angkorian ruins of Wat Phu, one of Southeast Asia’s most dramatically situated temples. We have time to explore these intriguing Khmer ruins, which are perched at the base of Mount Phu Kao. Following lunch, we continue our journey by long tail boat to Done Daeng, and home to La Folie Lodge where you have the rest of the day to relax or to explore the island. Overnight on Done Daeng.


DAY 13:  DONE DAENG – 4000 ISLANDS AND SURROUNDING – SIGHTSEEING BOAT VACATIONS (B/-/-)
After early morning breakfast, we head south by road and boat to Done Khone. Here we begin by re-tracing the French colonial-past at Ban Khone, where some old colonial houses still stand and glimpse the first Lao railway with its own locomotive.
We continue our exploration of the area of the 4000 islands by boat and visit the beautiful Liphi waterfall, also known as the Samphamith, which forms a natural border between Lao and Cambodia.. We return to Ban Nakasang and drive to the famous waterfall of Khone Phapeng – the largest waterfall in South East Asia, also known as the ‘Niagara of the east’.
Overnight on Done Daeng.


DAY 14: DONE DAENG – PAKSE – DEPARTURE(B/-/-)
After breakfast; you will be transferred back to Pakse for catching a flight to Siem Reap-Cambodia or exiting Laos overland from the Chongmek International checkpoint to Ubon Ratchathani Thailand.


Countryside Adventures Team

Local Guide
Ground Transportation
Accommodation in L. Prabang
Local Guide
Ground Transportation
Entrance fees
Meals: B.L
Drinks: Waterq
Accommodation in L. Prabang
Local Guide
Ground Transportation
Entrance fees
Meals: B
Drinks: Water
Accommodation in L.Prabang
Local Guide
Ground Transportation
Boat trip
Meals: B.L
Drinks: Water
Entrance fees
Accommodation in Nong Khiaw
Local Guide
Ground Transportation
Meals: B.L
Drinks: Water
Boat trip
Entrance fees
Local Guide
Ground Transportation
Drinks: Water
Meals: B.L
Overnight in Muang La
Local Guide
Ground Transportation
Meals: B.L
Drinks: water
Entrance fees
Overnight in Muang La
Flight to Vientiane
Local Guide
Ground Transportation
Overnight in Vientiane
Local Guide
Ground Transportation
entrance fees
Meals: B
Drinks: Water
Overnight in Vietiane
Local Guide
Flight to Pakse
Ground Transportation
Meals: B
Drinks: Water
entrance fees
Overnight at Kingfisher
Local Guide
Elephant ride
Meals: B.L
Drink: Water
Overnight at Kingjfisher
Local Guide
Ground Transportation
Entrance fees
Meals: b
Drinks: Water
Longtail Boat trip
Overnight at Done Daeng
Ground Transportation
Meals: B
Drinks: Water
Overnight at Done Deang
Local Guide
Transfer to the airport
Local Guide

DAY 1:  ARRIVAL – LUANG PRABANG
On arrival at the airport, you will be met and transferred to your hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure. Having dinner at the finest local restaurant. Overnight in Luang Prabang.


DAY 2: LUANG PRABANG SIGHTSEEING TOURS (B/L/-)
Your full-day city tour begins after breakfast, with a visit to the Royal Palace Museum, which hosts a range of interesting artifacts. We then enjoy a short-guided tour seeing the city’s oldest temple of Wat Sene and the magnificent Wat Xiengthong with its roofs sweeping low to the ground, which represents classical Laotian architecture.
Monks Collecting Alms Around
Today, we also visit the impressive stupa of Wat Visoun and the shrine of Wat Aham. Following lunch, we visit the Arts and Ethnology Centre to learn about Laos’ many ethnic cultures before we head out of town to see the weaving villages of Ban Xiengkhong and Ban Xienglek. We then return to the city for a visit to Wat Mai. We then climb up to the top of Mount Phousi for an enjoyable exploration of the sacred, gilded stupa as well as a panoramic view of the city at sunset and the Mekong River.
The tour ends after a visit to the famous Night Market, where you can find a lovely selection of handmade textiles made by local and hill-tribe people surrounding Luang Prabang. Note: the Royal Palace Museum is closed on Tuesdays.
Overnight in Luang Prabang.


DAY3: KUANG SI WATERFALL AND PAK OU CAVES – (B/-/-)
First, we visit the morning Phousi Market, where you will see such diverse offerings as dried buffalo skin, local tea, and saltpeter among the chickens, vegetables, and hill-tribe weavings. Laos is also known for its traditional crafts, and today you will visit local villages of Lao ethnic minority groups at Ban Ouray, a Hmong village, Ban Ou a Laoloum village, and Ban Thapene, Khmu villages.
Luang Prabang – Kuang Si Waterfall
This then takes us to the beautiful Khuang Si Waterfall where you can cool off with a refreshing swim in the pools or walk along the forest trails. We then return to Luang Prabang. This afternoon is free at leisure to relax. Overnight in Luang Prabang.


DAY 4: NONG KHIAW – BOAT TRIP UP THE NAM OU (B/L/-)
Today we begin our boat adventure up the Nam Ou, enjoying the lush green forests and landscape. We will be able to stop off at a few villages and admire the breathtaking limestone karst scenery.
Along the way, we stop to visit the mysterious caves of Pak Ou, two linked caves crammed with thousands of gold lacquered Buddha statues of various shapes and sizes left by devoted pilgrims. Late afternoon we reach our destination for the night, Nong Khiaw. Overnight in Nong Khiaw.


DAY 5: NONG KHIAW ADVENTURE TOURS – MUANG NGOI TREKKING AND BOAT TRIP (B/L/-)
This morning we take a boat up to Muang Ngoi, a picturesque little fishing village 1 hour upstream from Nong Khiaw. We then trek to the Tham Kang, where according to local legend, a Naga resides to the rear. We then continue through rice paddy fields onto the Lao Loum village of Ban Na, which is only accessible by foot, so retains much of its original character.
Muang Ngoi Neua Boat Landing
After lunch, our last stop is the Thai Daeng village of Huay Sen, before we trek back to Muang Ngoi, through a mixture of forest and paddy field scenery. Before boarding the boat back to Nong Khiaw, you may wish to do as the locals do and bathe in the Nam Ou. We return to Nong Khiaw by early evening. Overnight in Nong Khiaw.


DAY 6: NONG KHIAW – MUANG LA (B/-/-)
This morning we have time for a short walk to Tham Pha Thok, a limestone cave where villagers hid during the Indochina War. The caves offer a wonderful view of the surrounding countryside. We then get back on the road, this time heading north to Muang La, a picturesque village famous for its hot springs, which you can enjoy, along with a massage at the wonderful Muang La Resort.
Overnight in Muang La.


DAY 7: MUANG LA ADVENTURE TOURS – GENTLE TREK TO DISCOVER LAOS ETHNIC MINORITIES  (B/L/-)
Your minibus leaves at 9.30 am and take you on a short ascent through lush green bamboo forests. Upon arrival at the top of the hill, you begin your forest walk towards the first minority village inhabited by the Hmong, who originate from the mountains of Tibet.
You will learn about their everyday way of life, more specifically the important role of animals in the village and the way they are tended, as well as discovering the daily lengthy rituals undertaken by the women and girls to adorn themselves in traditional tribal dress and makeup. Next, you visit an old military camp which is a harsh reminder of the immense suffering of the Lao people during the Vietnam war, even though it passed for the most part unnoticed by the Western world.
Muang La Adventure Tours
After this snapshot of the Hmong culture and way of life, you continue by road towards a village inhabited by the Akha tribe, also knows as the Ikho people, originating from Yunnan and Tibet. A walk through the village will enable you to discover more about this minority group who have remained very close to their traditional roots and methods, and your tour will finish with a delicious meal in the house of the village chief.
After lunch, you will continue to another Ikho village to discover more aspects of their culture and tradition, for example, the methods they use to color clothes with natural dyes extracted from local plants, and their belief in the spirit world which plays a major role in their everyday lives. Return to the resort at approximately 4.30 pm. Overnight in Muang La.


DAY 8: MUANG LA – UDOMXAY – VIENTIANE (FLIGHT) (B/-/-)
Following a leisurely morning, we transfer to Udomxay for your flight to Vientiane. En route, we have the chance to visit the intriguing Pra Xack Kham Temple with its sacred Buddha image. The 400 years old legendary statue is said to have many supernatural powers and is widely worshipped among the faithful local Buddhists. Upon arrival in Vientiane, you will be met and transferred to your hotel. Overnight in Vientiane.


DAY 9: VIENTIANE SIGHTSEEING TOURS (B/-/-)
After breakfast, we explore Vientiane capital by visiting the major sights of the capital; including the oldest Wat Sisaket with thousands of miniature Buddha statues and the former royal temple of Wat Prakeo, which previously housed the famous Emerald Buddha Image.
Pha That Luang in Vientiane
. En route to Lao’s national precious heritage, the famous and sacred structure of That Luang Stupa, you will have the opportunity to take some pictures of the imposing Patuxay Monument, which is well known as Vientiane’s own Arc de Triumph. In the afternoon we continue visiting the rest of Vientiane by foot, including Wat Ong Tue, Wat Inpeng, and Wat Haisok.
We pass by the major shopping area continuing to the Vientiane Central Market of Talad Sao and Talad Kouadin where various goods are displayed for sale; including fresh food, household goods, souvenirs, textiles, gold, silver, and antiques. We return to the Mekong Riverside in the late afternoon to admire the sunset. Overnight in Vientiane.


DAY 10: VIENTIANE – PAKSE –BOLEVAN PLATEAU – KINGFISHER – ADVENTURE  HOLIDAYS(FLIGHT) (B/-/-)
You will be transferred to the airport early this morning for your flight to Pakse. On arrival at Pakse, you will be met and taken by road west into the Bolevean Plateau. The Bolevean Plateau is known for its cooler temperature being located high above the Mekong Valley.
The area is famous for its many waterfalls, and the most beautiful of these falls, Tad Fan, we visit. Tad Fan waterfall is spectacular with twin waterfalls plummeting into a deep gorge surrounded by flourishing vegetation. A trip to the plateau provides a refreshing break from the heat and allows you to observe the cultivation of rich coffee, tea, cardamom, bananas, and other crops that can be seen en route.
In the afternoon we arrive at Tad Lo, home to another scenic waterfall and numerous ethnic minority groups. We then head south to Xi Pian National Protected Area and the Kingfisher Ecolodge for the evening. Overnight at Kingfisher.


DAY 11: KINGFISHER – ELEPHANT RIDERS SCHOOL – ELEPHANT RIDING EXPERIENCE  (B/-/-)
Today provides you with a unique opportunity to learn to ride an elephant through the Kingfisher ‘Elephant Riders School’. The morning is spent learning basic techniques, while the afternoon gives you the chance to put your new-found skills into practice, by leading your new friend up Phou Asa Mountain. Overnight at Kingfisher.


DAY 12:  KINGFISHER – WAT PHOU – DONE DAENG – BOAT TRIPS (B/-/-)
Today we leave Kingfisher Ecolodge and travel to visit the fascinating pre-Angkorian ruins of Wat Phu, one of Southeast Asia’s most dramatically situated temples. We have time to explore these intriguing Khmer ruins, which are perched at the base of Mount Phu Kao. Following lunch, we continue our journey by long tail boat to Done Daeng, and home to La Folie Lodge where you have the rest of the day to relax or to explore the island. Overnight on Done Daeng.


DAY 13:  DONE DAENG – 4000 ISLANDS AND SURROUNDING – SIGHTSEEING BOAT VACATIONS (B/-/-)
After early morning breakfast, we head south by road and boat to Done Khone. Here we begin by re-tracing the French colonial-past at Ban Khone, where some old colonial houses still stand and glimpse the first Lao railway with its own locomotive.
We continue our exploration of the area of the 4000 islands by boat and visit the beautiful Liphi waterfall, also known as the Samphamith, which forms a natural border between Lao and Cambodia.. We return to Ban Nakasang and drive to the famous waterfall of Khone Phapeng – the largest waterfall in South East Asia, also known as the ‘Niagara of the east’.
Overnight on Done Daeng.


DAY 14: DONE DAENG – PAKSE – DEPARTURE(B/-/-)
After breakfast; you will be transferred back to Pakse for catching a flight to Siem Reap-Cambodia or exiting Laos overland from the Chongmek International checkpoint to Ubon Ratchathani Thailand.


Countryside Adventures Team

Local Guide
Ground Transportation
Accommodation in L. Prabang
Local Guide
Ground Transportation
Entrance fees
Meals: B.L
Drinks: Waterq
Accommodation in L. Prabang
Local Guide
Ground Transportation
Entrance fees
Meals: B
Drinks: Water
Accommodation in L.Prabang
Local Guide
Ground Transportation
Boat trip
Meals: B.L
Drinks: Water
Entrance fees
Accommodation in Nong Khiaw
Local Guide
Ground Transportation
Meals: B.L
Drinks: Water
Boat trip
Entrance fees
Local Guide
Ground Transportation
Drinks: Water
Meals: B.L
Overnight in Muang La
Local Guide
Ground Transportation
Meals: B.L
Drinks: water
Entrance fees
Overnight in Muang La
Flight to Vientiane
Local Guide
Ground Transportation
Overnight in Vientiane
Local Guide
Ground Transportation
entrance fees
Meals: B
Drinks: Water
Overnight in Vietiane
Local Guide
Flight to Pakse
Ground Transportation
Meals: B
Drinks: Water
entrance fees
Overnight at Kingfisher
Local Guide
Elephant ride
Meals: B.L
Drink: Water
Overnight at Kingjfisher
Local Guide
Ground Transportation
Entrance fees
Meals: b
Drinks: Water
Longtail Boat trip
Overnight at Done Daeng
Ground Transportation
Meals: B
Drinks: Water
Overnight at Done Deang
Local Guide
Transfer to the airport
Local Guide

Include :
Transportation in private
Accommodation in twin shared room
Domestic air ticket as stated only
Boat trip as stated in above sights
English speaking guide
Admission fee to indicated sights
Meals: daily breakfast at hotel
Gov’t tax and service charge
Luggage handling and drinking water.


Exclude :
Visa stamping fee on arrival
Int’l air tickets to/from Laos
Travel Insurance in all kinds
Lunch or dinner unless where stated
Single room (quoted separately)
Other foreign language guide
Peak tourist season or special event rates
Child or adult in triple sharing room
Tip, drinks, and other personal expenses
Additional Remarks:
The itinerary is subject to change depending on the confirmed flights, road conditions, and room availability.
Hotels listed above might not be up to the standard of your expectation, especially in the remote area where limitation of accommodation.
Prices are subject to change in case of VAT or other tax increases and USD currency fluctuations[/exclude]


 

The package cost may vary because of domestic airfare and accommodation’s season.

Please contact us for the best-updated prices.

info@countrysidediscovery.com


Countryside Adventures Team

When is the best time to visit Laos?

The small, landlocked country of Laos is best visited between October and April when the weather’s warm and dry throughout.

River travel is best between November and January when high water levels make passage easy along Laos’ main waterway, the Mekong River. Visiting the Bolaven Plateau is also pleasant at this time of year.

Laos’ geography plays a major part in shaping its climate, and cool temperatures can still be found in the highlands, which lie mainly in northern, eastern, and central regions. The ‘green season’ falls between late May and October, when the rains return to the country. However, showers are usually short and sharp, having little impact on your exploration. At this time of year, the country comes to life, with waterfalls beginning to flow once more and the lush scenery attracting a variety of wildlife.

Timeless in its rural landscapes and traditional cultures, trekking through Laos is a rewarding experience as you meet locals, visit ethnic minority villages, and admire views across rice fields and forests. The far north of the country is particularly scenic, seeing little influence from the modern world, and our Laos travel guides can help you make the most of the area.

Laos also makes a great destination for families, with activities such as boat rides and kayaking appealing to all ages, while those preferring a more luxurious getaway can unwind in one of Laos’s opulent hotels, offering exceptional service and guided excursions to explore the area.


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