Kayaking on Nam Khan River 3 days
3 days / 2 nights
This kayaking trip explores the secret of Luang Prabang, featuring a trip down the Nam Khan river, experiencing the beautiful mountain scenery, and the exciting rapids of the river. Prepare to be taken in by the physical ...
Trekking on trail of the mist 3 days
3 days / 2 nights
Trekking is an excellent way of seeing the stunningly beautiful panoramas of the charming city Luang Prabang. This city can be easily be explored on foot visiting the major sites of this once royal capital and descending ...
Classic Laos with Konglor Cave 7 days
7 days / 6 nights
A classic journey to explore Laos with the major cultural and historical highlights. Easy to travel and many things to see and learn with just a touch of adventure. Highlights such as the Mekong journey, a stay in a remote ...
Southern Laos, bordered on the west by the Mekong (with Thailand on the far side), with Cambodia to the south and Vietnam across the mountains to the east, offers a great diversity of attractions in close proximity. Some of the larger towns have large Vietnamese and Chinese populations and feel distinctly Indochinese, while Champasak still carries the unexpected air of a former tiny Lao royal principality. Travellers seeking insights into ancient history and culture will want to linger at the Khmer temple of Wat Phu, while the Si Phan Don (Four Thousand Islands) region will fascinate those with an interest in geology, colonial relics, natural beauty and current Lao rural lifestyle. The temperate Bolaven Plateau is home to a number of Mon-Khmer minorities; it offers superlative natural beauty, but still bears some scars from the Second Indochina War. Attapeu is, literally, the end of the road in southern Laos - but this is precisely its appeal.