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  • Destinations: Luang Namtha, Luang Prabang, Oudomxay
  • Duration: 8 days
  • Type: Culture & History, Minorities, Nature, River Cruise, Trekking

This trek is ideal for the people want to experience a typical tropical forest and visit some unique villages. You will feel the unique and fresh atmosphere of a real jungle from the NamHa Jungle (the ASEAN Natural Heritage Site). You will see how local people look for their meal: wild mushrooms, baby bananas, herbs and other species. Also, you will hear different kinds of wild life songs and see some birds having their meal in the trees. As for lunch, you will have different taste of local foods on banana leaves, just the way ethnic people do in the jungle.

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  • Destinations: Champasak, Four Thousand Islands, Luang Prabang, Plain of Jars, Vientiane
  • Duration: 14 days
  • Type: Culture & History, Minorities, Nature, River Cruise, Week or Longer

This tour combines all the south of Laos has to offer, with the major destinations in the rest of the country. The main differences with the shorter version are: more time to explore and 2 extra days in Luang Prabang. The south of Laos holds some of the most spectacular waterfalls and other natural sites of the country. Learn about the interesting tribal cultures in this area and visit the ancient Khmer temple complex of Wat Phu, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Deep in the south, the Four Thousand Islands provide an ideal place to relax. In central Laos you will visit the laidback capital Vientiane, the mysterious Plain of Jars and World Heritage city Luang Prabang. The trip also involves many river cruises.

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  • Destinations: Champasak, Four Thousand Islands, Luang Prabang, Nongkhiau, Phonsavanh, Plain of Jars, Vang Vieng, Vientiane
  • Duration: 15 days
  • Type: Culture & History, Minorities, Nature, River Cruise

we may want to get early to participate an Arm-Giving, hundreds of monks walking along Side Walk to collect rice and food from laymen, visit ancient city, Luang Prabang and drive 3hours to Nong Khiaw and Muang Ngoy, we are driving about 7hours to Xiengkhouang, which was devastated by American bombing between 1964 and 1973, Then we are continue to Vangvieng, visit Jang cave, where local hid inside during the Indochina war, we then cross Song river visit blue lagoon. After that we go to Vientiane city to visit Patuxay Monument, That Luang stupa and Buddha Park, last destination is flying to Pakse for observing the traditional local making tea and coffee, see the Pre-angkorian, ruins of Wat Phu, one of Southeast Asia ‘s most dramatically situated temples, and Khone Phapheng the biggest waterfall in the South East Asia.

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  • Destinations: Luang Namtha, Luang Prabang, Muang khua, Nongkhiau, Northern Laos, Oudomxay, Phongsaly
  • Duration: 17 days
  • Type: Adventure, Culture & History, Minorities, Nature, River Cruise

This is the best tour programs in northern Laos we combine world heritage city tour with the river cruise to Muang Ngoy in Nongkhaui. A new experience is in Oudomxay Namkatyorlapa and trek is ideal for the people want to experience a typical tropical forest and visit some unique villages in Phongsaly and Luang Namtha provinces . You will feel the unique and fresh atmosphere of a real jungle and real life style of hill tribes people. the river cruise is the best way of seeing life style local people who live along the river bank.

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  • Destinations: Luang Prabang, Northern Laos
  • Duration: 6 days
  • Type: Culture & History, Minorities, Nature, River Cruise, Trekking

Learn more about a secret part of the Lao history and explore the historical caves with your guide. From the cave you will have a beautiful view of rice paddies and the valley. Walk back to Nong Khiaw along a small path through the rice paddies or other choice, You can hiking up about 1hour & half to Nong Khiau View Point. You can see the whole view of the town and its beautiful nature and nice landscape.

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