Tours

All tours described are typical and will be adapted and customized to each groups requests. We include Car, Driver, English speaking guide (Driver in our case), water and insurance.

We do not include meals, accommodations or entrnace fees in our quote. We will provide a list of hotels at each stop. It is imperative that during high season, October thru May that you have confirmed hotel reservations at each stop as accommodations are limited and usually fully booked during high season. We recommend that you book during low season as your hotel choices might be limited.

Most popular are the tours to Luang Prabang a “World Heritage Site”, another amazing stop is Kong Lo cave a 7km river ride through the cave.

3 Days Luang Prabang

Giving Alms to Monks
Giving Alms to Monks
Mount Phousi
View from Mount Phousi in Luang Prabang
Kuangsi Waterfall
Kuangsi Waterfall

Day 1: 

After breakfast visiting Xiengthong temple, National museum, Mai temple, Visoun temple , Ban XangKong Handicraft village,  Bamboo bridge and phousi hill for sunset and night market.

Day 2: 

After breakfast visiting Khuangsi waterfall, it takes about 45 minutes drive, on the way we could make a stop to visit local Hmong village, The daily buffalo farm, Bear rescue center 

Day 3 :

Alms giving to monks in early morning and visiting morning market and after breakfast visiting Pakou caves, it takes about 1 hour drive, on the way we could make a stop to experience local Whisky village and boat cruise for sunset a long Mekong River.

4 Day Trip in Luang Prabang City

Wat Xieng Thong
Wat Xieng Thong
Mount Phousi
Mount Phousi
Kuangsi Waterfall
Kuangsi Waterfall
Giving Alms to Monks
Pakou Cave
Pakou Cave

Day 1: Luang Prabang Arrival

Pick up from Luang Prabang International Airport and transfer to your Hotel to check in, free leisurely and lunch (lunch is on your own). After that we are going to visit the most famous Temple called: Wat Xieng Thong Temple. This temple is dated back to the 16th century. Then you will be visiting Visoun Temple, this temple was built during the reign of King Wisunarat (1501 – 1520). We will be taking our time to cross the Bamboo Bridge which only can be used on Dry season and it often get washed away by raising water during the raining season. After that climb up to the mountain called: Phou Si Hill, (328 STEPS) this mountain is a popular site where the most beautiful sunset is between: 5:30-6pm. We will be ending up our tour by visiting the local Market or night market, where the locals and tourists comes together to converse, shop and eat all in one location.  Transferred to your hotel in early evening.

Overnight at Hotel in Luang Prabang

Day 2: Luang Prabang – Kuangsi Waterfall – Sunset Cruise

After Your breakfast you will be visiting the Royal Palace (National Museum) which was the house an eclectic collection, including statues, mosaic covered walls, French mirrors and a piece of moon rock. After that we are heading on journey to Kuangsi Waterfall, which takes 45 minutes drive to get there. (29Km from down town). The waterfall is a favourite site for tourist and locals people in Luang Prabang to begin in shallow pools stop a steep these lead the main fall which has a drop of 60 meters. On the way from the fall we will be visiting a local  Hmong village.  They are a part of our ethnic group from the mountain region of China. At the end of your tour, take a chance to join the Boat for Sunset on the Mekong River to see fisherman casting their nets, and of course see the World Heritage town of Luang Prabang from a unique perspective. Transferred to your hotel in early evening.

Overnight at Hotel in Luang Prabang

Day 3: Morning Alms Giving – Morning Market –  Pak Ou Cave

Morning Alms Giving is a longstanding tradition in Laos Buddhist culture. Observe as the town’s hundreds of monks proceed down the street in a single-file line of bright saffron-coloured robes, collecting rice from kneeling local inhabitants throughout the Laung Prabang. Every morning they start at around 5:30am all the novices and monks walk from out temple to street with their alms bowls (in Lao we called Bat) to collect what local people are prepared to offer.

After that we are going to visit the Morning market. Its interesting market to find authentic food from among mountains for selling fresh locally grow vegetables, food and animals. There are also have an abundance of snacks available too. If your interested i’ll tell you what to try in the market before being transfer to your hotel for breakfast.

After breakfast you will be transferred  a 1 hour journey to the Pak Ou Cave. The Cave are packed with 4000 Buddha icons a shrine to the river spirit and Lord Buddha are set in a dramatic limestone cliff at the point where the Mekong and Nam Ou are joining together.  At the caves, in a tradition that has lasted for centuries, local people add annually to a repository of Buddha statues near the base of the small cave. The cave is also popular pilgrim site for our culture in April is our water New Year period. We are coming to wash and throw water to the Buddha image to respect them. On the way back we will be stopping at Lao Lao Village called: Ban. Xang Huy. It’s a famous village for producing Lao Whisky and textile and weaving product. Your tour ends with hotel drop-off, mid to late afternoon.

Overnight at Hotel in Luang Prabang  

Day4: Departure to Luang Prabang International Airport 

Free morning before transfering to the airport.

5 Day Trip Luang Prabang and NongKhiew

Wat Xieng Thong
Wat Xieng Thong
Mount Phousi
Mount Phousi
Kuangsi Waterfall
Kuangsi Waterfall
Giving Alms to Monks
Giving Alms to Monks
Pakou Cave
Pakou Cave
Nong Khiaw
Nong Khiaw
muang ngoi
muang ngoi

Day 1: Luang Prabang Arrival

Pick up from Luang Prabang International Airport and transfer to your Hotel to check in, free leisurely and lunch (lunch is on your own). After that we are going to Visit the most famous Temple called: Wat Xieng Thong Temple. This temple was dating back to the 16th century. And then you will be visiting Visoun Temple this temple was built during the reign of King Wisunarat (1501 – 1520). We will be taking our time to cross the Bamboo Bridge which only can be used on Dry season and it often get washed away by raising water during the raining season. After that clam up to the mountain called: Phou Si Hill, (328 STEPS) this mountain is a popular site where the most beautiful sunset is between: 5:30-6pm. We will be ending up our tour by visiting the local Market or night market, where the locals and tourists comes together to converse, shop and eat all in one location.  Be transferred to your hotel in early evening.

Overnight in Luang Prabang

 

Day 2: Luang Prabang – Kuangsi Waterfall – Sunset Cruise

After Your breakfast you will be visiting the Royal Palace (National Museum) which was the house an eclectic collection, including statues, mosaic covered walls, France mirrors and piece of moon rock given. After that we are heading on journey to Kuangsi Waterfall, which takes 45 minutes drive to get there. (29Km from down town). The waterfall is a favourite site for tourist and locals people in Luang Prabang to begin in shallow pools stop a steep these lead the  main fall which a drop of 60 meters. On the way from the fall we will be visiting the local villages to experience the Hmong Village. They are a part of our ethnic group from the mountain region of China. At the end of your tour, take a chance to join the Boat for Sunset on the Mekong River to see fisherman casting their nets, and of course see the World Heritage town of Luang Prabang from a unique perspective. Be transferred to your hotel in early evening.

Overnight in Luang Prabang

Day 3: Luang Prabang to Nongkhiew  

Morning Alms Giving is a longstanding tradition in Laos Buddhist culture. Observe as the town’s hundreds of monks proceed down the street in a single-file line of bright saffron-coloured robes, collecting rice from kneeling local inhabitants throughout the Luang Prabang. Every morning they start at around 5:30am all the novices and monks walk from out temple to street with their alms bowls (in Lao we called Bat) to collect what local people are prepared to offer.

After that we are going to visit the Morning market. Its interesting market to find authentic food from among mountains for selling fresh locally grow vegetables, food and animals. There are also have an abundance of snacks available too. I’m interested in this article to tell you what to try in the market before being transfer to your hotel for breakfast.

After breakfast you will be transferred 2/5 –h on journey to NongKhiew. It’s the same way to Pak Ou Cave therefore we would stop to visit the Cave. The Cave are packed with 1000 Buddha icons a shrine to the river spirit and Lord Buddha are set in a dramatic limestone cliff at the point where the Mekong and Nam Ou are joining together.  At the caves, in a tradition that has lasted for centuries, local people add annually to a repository of Buddha statues near the base of the small cave. The cave is also popular pilgrim site for our culture in April is our water New Year period. We are coming to wash and throw water to the Buddha image to respect them. We would also be visiting the Lao Lao Village called: Ban. Xang Huy. It’s a famous village for producing Lao Whisky and textile and weaving product. And continually to arrival NongKhiew mid of the day.

Overnight in NongKhiew

Day 4: Tour in NongKhiew – MuangNgoi

Before breakfast we would be hiking to Pha Daeng Mountain View point, leaving from hotel at 6:00am to witness the valley below veiled in mist with the mountain peaks painted gold it take about 1/5 hours. this view point has offered an unforgettable panorama and incredible views.

After breakfast we will be traveling to Muang Ngoi by private boat, MuangNgoi is one of the less well known tourist destinations in Laos but it has experience something of a small boom in recent years. Our tour are including visit the local ethnic group villages who are living on the river banks. As well as enjoying the scenery view a long Nam Ou River View.

Overnight in NongKhiew

Day 5: Return from NogKhiew to Luang Prabang International Airport

After breakfast we would be traveling back from NongKhiew to airport to catch up your next destination flight.

7 Day Luang Prabang – VangVieng – Vientiane

Luang Prabang Alms for Monks
Luang Prabang Alms for Monks
Mount Phousi
Mount Phousi
Kuangsi Waterfall
Kuangsi Waterfall

Day 1: Luang Prabang Arrival

Pick up from Luang Prabang International Airport and transfer to your Hotel to check in, free leisurely and lunch (lunch is on your own). After that we are going to Visit the most famous Temple called: Wat Xieng Thong Temple. This temple was dating back to the 16th century. And then you will be visiting Visoun Temple this temple was built during the reign of King Wisunarat (1501 – 1520). We will be taking our time to cross the Bamboo Bridge which only can be used on Dry season and it often get washed away by raising water during the raining season. After that climb up to the mountain called: Phou Si Hill, (328 STEPS) this mountain is a popular site where the most beautiful sunset is between: 5:30-6pm. We will be ending up our tour by visiting the local Market or night market, where the locals and tourists comes together to converse, shop and eat all in one location.  Be transferred to your hotel in early evening.

Overnight in Luang Prabang

Day 2: Luang Prabang – Kuangsi Waterfall – Sunset Cruise

After Your breakfast you will be visiting the Royal Palace (National Museum) which was the house an eclectic collection, including statues, mosaic covered walls, France mirrors and piece of moon rock given. After that we are heading on journey to Kuangsi Waterfall, which takes 45 minutes drive to get there. (29Km from down town). The waterfall is a favorite site for tourist and locals people in Luang Prabang to begin in shallow pools stop a steep these lead the  main fall which a drop of 60 meters. On the way from the falls we will be visiting the local villages to experience the Hmong people. They are a part of our ethnic group from the mountain region of China. At the end of your tour, take a chance to join the Boat for Sunset on the Mekong River to see fisherman casting their nets, and of course see the World Heritage town of Luang Prabang from a unique perspective. Be transferred to your hotel in early evening.

Overnight in Luang Prabang

Day 3: Morning Alms Giving- Morning Market –VangVieng

Morning Alms Giving is a longstanding tradition in Laos Buddhist culture. Observe as the town’s hundreds of monks proceed down the street in a single-file line of bright saffron-coloured robes, collecting rice from kneeling local inhabitants throughout the Luang Prabang. Every morning they start at around 5:30am all the novices and monks walk from out temple to street with their alms bowls (in Lao we called Bat) to collect what local people are prepared to offer.

After that we are going to visit the Morning market. Its interesting market to find authentic food from among mountains for selling fresh locally grow vegetables, food and animals. There are also have an abundance of snacks available too. I’m interested in this article to tell you what to try in the market before being transfer to your hotel for breakfast.

After that we would be traveling to VangVieng approx 4 hours on journey.  VangVieng lies on the Nam Song River the most notable feature of the area is the karst hill landscape surrounding the town.  On the way make a stop to experience local Street market, local rice paddy fields and visiting Pha Tang bridge view point.  We will get to VangVieng in late afternoon to check in at your Hotel. Later on Your free option to join local boat cruise along Nam Song River.

Overnight in VangVieng

Day 4: VangVieng  Tour

After breakfast we will visit Tham Chang Cave. The cave is said to have been used as a refuge during the 19th century from Chinese bandits and this explain its name: chang meaning  Layol or steadfast. After that you are welcome to join tour groups for tubing to wáter cave, kayaking, zip lining, hot air balloon. All these activities is on your own.

Later afternoon we are going to treak to Pha Nam Xai View point to see the most beautiful view and sunset. This calming will take 30 minutes up to the top.

Overnight in VangVieng

Day 5: VangVieng  – Vientiane

After breakfast we would be traveling to Vientiane  approx  3/5 hours on journey. Vientiane is the capital and largest city of Laos, on the banks of the Mekong river near the border with Thailand.

On the way we could make the stop at Nam Ngum Lake. Nam Ngum Dam is hydroelectric dam on the Nam Ngum River, a major tributary of the Mekong River in Laos. It was the first hydro power dam built in the Lao PDR in 1968. And we will be heading to Vientiane to check in your at your hotel.

Overnight in Vientiane

Day 6: Vientiane Tour

After breakfast we will visit  That Luang Stupa or great stupa is the most important Buddhist monument in Laos. And continue to visit Patuxai which translate to Victory Gate is a massive concrete monument with a wide avenue leading to it similar in style to the Arc de Triumph in París France, and visit  Wat Sisaket temple, Horpakeo temple and then continues to Buddha park .It is more curious than spectacular which make for a spectacle. Arogue monk is said to have attempted to re consolidate Buddhism and Hinduism into his own Brand of mysticism through a prolific collection of sculptures depicting various deities and scenes from both religions. And then continues to COPE center which  provides prosthetic limbs, mobility assistance and rehabilitation Lao people who can’t afford it. Before drop off at the hotel

Overnight in Vientiane. 

Day: 7 Departure to Vientiane International Airport

Free morning before Being transfer to the airport

7 Day Luang Prabang – Phonsavan – VangVieng – Vientiane

Mount Phousi
Mount Phousi
Plain of Jars
Plain of Jars

Day 1:

After breakfast visit Xieng Thong temple, National museum then Khuang Si waters fall, it takes about 45 minutes drive, on the way we could make a stop to experience the local Hmong village, The Dairy buffalo farm and bear rescue center and Phousi hill for sunset and visit the night marketnight market

Day 2:

Alms giving to the monks in early morning and then morning market and after breakfast visiting Pakou cave , it takes about 1 hours drive, on the way we could make a stop to experience the local whisky village , Ban Xang Kong  handicrafts village and a sunset cruise on the Mekong 

Day 3

Departure from Luang Prabang to Phonsavan, it takes more than 6 hours drive, on the way we could make a stop and experience a local village and also visit:

  • Buddha cave 
  • Vietnam war Memorial 
  • Lao war Memorial 
  • UXO centre 

( overnight in Phonsavan)

Day 4

After breakfast visiting 

  • Plain of jars site 1
  • Plain of jars site 2 
  • Plain of jars site 3 
  • Ban Napai spoon village 
  • Wat pai wat 
  • That foun
  • Phu Keng jar Quarry site

( overnight in Phonsavan)

Day 5:

After breakfast departure to Vang Vieng, it takes more than 5 hours drive, on the way we could make a stop at phou fiengfha mountain view point, Pha Tang Bridge view point  and then hiking to Pha Nam Xai view point for sunset

(overnight in Vang Vieng)

Day 6:

After breakfast visiting  Tham Jang caves, before departure to Vientiane  , it takes 3 and half hours drive then visiting Buddha park and COPE center and night market ( overnight in Vientiane)

Day 7:

After breakfast visiting Sisaket temple, Horpakeo temple, Pha That luang, Patuxi before departure to Vientiane airport

7 Day Trip in Luang Prabang – Nam Kat Yola Pa – Luang Namtha – Houay xai

Wat Xieng Thong
Wat Xieng Thong
Mount Phousi Luang Prabang
Mount Phousi Luang Prabang
Kuangsi Waterfall
Kuangsi Waterfall
Luang Prabang Alms for Monks
Pakou Cave
Pakou Cave

Day 1: Luang Prabang Arrival

Pick up from Luang Prabang International Airport and transfer to your Hotel to check in, free leisurely and lunch (lunch is on your own). After that we are going to visit the most famous Temple called: Wat Xieng Thong Temple. This temple was dating back to the 16th century. And then you will be visiting Visoun Temple this temple was built during the reign of King Wisunarat (1501 – 1520). We will be taking our time to cross the Bamboo Bridge which only can be used on Dry season and it often get washed away by raising water during the raining season. After that clam up to the mountain called: Phou Si Hill, (328 STEPS) this mountain is a popular site where the most beautiful sunset is between: 5:30-6pm. We will be ending up our tour by visiting the local Market or night market, where the locals and tourists comes together to converse, shop and eat all in one location.  Be transferred to your hotel in early evening.

Overnight in Luang Prabang

 

Day 2: Luang Prabang – Kuangsi Waterfall – Sunset Cruise

After Your breakfast you will be visiting the Royal Palace (National Museum) which was the house an eclectic collection, including statues, mosaic covered walls, France mirrors and piece of moon rock given. After that we are heading on journey to Kuangsi Waterfall, which takes 45 minutes drive to get there. (29Km from down town). The waterfall is a favourite site for tourist and locals people in Luang Prabang to begin in shallow pools stop a steep these lead the  main fall which a drop of 60 meters. On the way from the fall we will be visiting the local villages to experience the Hmong Village. They are a part of our ethnic group from the mountain region of China. At the end of your tour, take a chance to join the Boat for Sunset on the Mekong River to see fisherman casting their nets, and of course see the World Heritage town of Luang Prabang from a unique perspective. Being transferred to your hotel in early evening.

Overnight in Luang Prabang

Day 3: Luang Prabang to Nam Kat Yola Pa

Morning Alms Giving is a longstanding tradition in Laos Buddhist culture. Observe as the town’s hundreds of monks proceed down the street in a single-file line of bright saffron-coloured robes, collecting rice from kneeling local inhabitants throughout the Luang Prabang. Every morning they start at around 5:30am all the novices and monks walk from out temple to street with their alms bowls (in Lao we called Bat) to collect what local people are prepared to offer.

After that we are going to visit the Morning market. Its interesting market to find authentic food from among mountains for selling fresh locally grow vegetables, food and animals. There are also have an abundance of snacks available too. If interested i’ll tell you what to try in the market before being transfer to your hotel for breakfast.

After breakfast you will be driving 5 hours on journey to Nam Kat Yola Pa. On our way will stop to visit Pak Ou Cave. The Cave are packed with 1000 Buddha icons a shrine to the river spirit and Lord Buddha are set in a dramatic limestone cliff at the point where the Mekong and Nam Ou are joining together.  At the caves, in a tradition that has lasted for centuries, local people add annually to a repository of Buddha statues near the base of the small cave. The cave is also popular pilgrim site for our culture in April is our water New Year period. We are coming to wash and throw water to the Buddha image to respect them. We would also be visiting the Lao Lao Village called: Ban. Xang Huy. It’s a famous village for producing Lao Whisky and textile and weaving product. And continually to drive to Nam Kat Yola Pa. Nam Kat Yola Pa is protected forestry area along Nam Kat River. Suited in Oudomxay Province in North Eastern Laos. This area is truly one of the most beautiful and desired eco-tourism destination in Laos and South East Asia. You will be arriving there in late afternoon around 5pm to check in at your hotel and relax in beautiful Resort.

Overnight in Nam Kat Yola Pa Resort

Day 4: Join Tour with Nam Kat Yola Pa

You can make your own decision to join any tour that you like to do during stay in Nam Kat Yol Pa has offer. Or you can join a day trip for trekking to visit minorities village with me.

Overnight in Nam Kat Yola Pa Resort

Day 5: Nam Kat Yola Pa – Luang Namtha

After breakfast we would be traveling from Nam Kat Yola Pa to Luang Namtha. It will take 4 hours on journey, Including stop some village to see different ethnic  group such as: Khmu, Hmong & continue  to Luang Namtha. We will arrive there around 3pm to check in at your hotel. Later evening we will visit night market to shop fresh local food and drink also to see local life style surrounding.

Overnight in Luang Namtha

Day 6: Luang Namtha Tour

In the morning before your breakfast will we drive approx 1/2 hour to Muang Sing’s Morning market. It’s a must see tourist destination in the region – in here, one can find a plethora of interesting things from freshly butchered meat to eels and snakes stored aesthetically inside bottles. The products sold in the morning market covers the common stuff and the unexpected ones – think of animal intestines. Dried skin of a buffalo, insects, snails and eels in the buckets. You can indulge in the colourful, interesting food on display or talk to the local about their products. You will have breakfast over here too. (Local breakfast) Return to your hotel in Luang Namtha. Later afternoon we will visit Nam Dee waterfall, and Samakkhixay Stupa. It was built to represent friendship between a northern Thai King and Lao King. However, the current one we see is a rebuilt to replace the two that was lost. The temple was completed in 2008 and you can get a great view of the city from the stupa. Being transfer to your hotel and relax.

Overnight in Luang Namtha

Day 7: Luang Namtha- Houay xai

After breakfast we will leave from your Luang Namtha to drive to Houay xai, this trip will take approx. 5 hours including stop to sightseeing along the way before reaching to Houay xai, and your tour will be finished by dropping off at border in Hoauy xai.  

8 Day Luang Prabang – Phonsavan – VangVieng – Vientiane

Mount Phousi
Mount Phousi
Kuangsi Waterfall
Kuangsi Waterfall
Plain of Jars
Plain of Jars
Gateway
Gateway

Day 1: Luang Prabang Arrival

Pick up from Luang Prabang International Airport and transfer to your Hotel to check in, free leisurely and lunch (lunch is on your own). After that we are going to visit the most famous Temple called: Wat Xieng Thong Temple. This temple was dating back to the 16th century. And then you will be visiting Visoun Temple this temple was built during the reign of King Wisunarat (1501 – 1520). We will be taking our time to cross the Bamboo Bridge which only can be used on Dry season and it often get washed away by raising water during the raining season. After that clam up to the mountain called: Phou Si Hill, (328 STEPS) this mountain is a popular site where the most beautiful sunset is between: 5:30-6pm. We will be ending up our tour by visiting the local Market or night market, where the locals and tourists comes together to converse, shop and eat all in one location. Transfer to your hotel in early evening.

Overnight at Hotel in Luang Prabang

 

Day 2: Luang Prabang Tour: Pak Ou Cave – Kuangsi Waterfall

After Your breakfast you will be transferred 1 hour journey to the Pak Ou Cave. The Cave are packed with 4000 Buddha icons a shrine to the river spirit and Lord Buddha are set in a dramatic limestone cliff at the point where the Mekong and Nam Ou are joining together.  At the caves, in a tradition that has lasted for centuries, local people add annually to a repository of Buddha statues near the base of the small cave. The cave is also popular pilgrim site for our culture in April is our water New Year period. We are coming to wash and throw water to the Buddha image to respect them. On the way back we will be stopping at Lao Lao Village called: Ban. Xang Huy. It’s a famous village for producing Lao Whisky and textile and weaving product.

After that we are heading on journey to Kuangsi Waterfall, which takes 1/5 hour drive to get there. (29Km from down town). The waterfall is a favourite site for tourist and locals people in Luang Prabang to begin in shallow pools stop a steep these lead the  main fall which a drop of 60 meters. On the way from the fall we will be visiting the local villages to experience the Hmong Village. They are a part of our ethnic group from the mountain region of China. At the end of your tour, take a chance to join the Boat for Sunset on the Mekong River to see fisherman casting their nets, and of course see the World Heritage town of Luang Prabang from a unique perspective. Be transferred to your hotel in late afternoon.

Overnight at Hotel in Luang Prabang

Day 3: Morning Alms Giving- Morning Market –Phonsavan

Morning Alms Giving is a longstanding tradition in Laos Buddhist culture. Observe as the town’s hundreds of monks proceed down the street in a single-file line of bright saffron-coloured robes, collecting rice from kneeling local inhabitants throughout the Luang Prabang. Every morning they start at around 5:30am all the novices and monks walk from out temple to street with their alms bowls (in Lao we called Bat) to collect what local people are prepared to offer.

After that we are going to visit the Morning market. Its interesting market to find authentic food from among mountains for selling fresh locally grow vegetables, food and animals. There are also have an abundance of snacks available too. If interested i’ll tell you what to try in the market before being transfer to your hotel for breakfast.

After breakfast you will be heading to Phonsavan on journey approx. 6 hours. Phonsavan is the famous attraction is the nearby Plain of jars, which has been nominated for UNESCO World Heritage status. The main economic activity in Phonsavan is based on government administration, mining companies from China and Australia, tourism and the work of NGOs related to clearing unexploded ordnance.

On our Journey is including visiting local street market where they are force to sell fresh organic vegetable, wild animals for local people meals. And visit ethnic minorities village. You will have lunch on the way at Phou Khoun Town which has offered delicious lunch.  Lunch is on your own.

In check in at your hotel in Phonsavan to relax and enjoy your dinner. Dinner is on your own.

Overnight at Hotel in Phonsavan

Day 4: Phonsavan Tour

 After breakfast you’ll visit the Plain of Jars Site 1, Site 2 and Site 3 at this site, there are over 300 jars. Also, the largest jar is found here which is said to be 2 meters by 2 meters and weighs nearly 6 tons! One of the jars has what appears to be a carving on the side adding more questions. Then visit Ban. Napia (Spoon Village), continue to explore the province’s old temple at Muang khoun district, to see Wat Pia Wat, That Foun stupa, That ChomPhet Stupa and continue to visit Phou Keng jars Quarry site be ready to trek at about 1400 steps and we will end it up at Lao & Vietnam War Memorial

And being transfer back to your hotel.   
Overnight at Hotel in Phonsavanh

 

Day 5: Phonesavan – VangVieng  

After breakfast we would be traveling to VangVieng approx 5 hours on journey. VangVieng lies on the Nam Song River the most notable feature of the area is the karst hill landscape surrounding the town. On our way we would stop to visit Buddha Cave, and have lunch at View Point. This beautiful Mountain is high from sea level 1,600 meter and visiting Pha Tang bridge view point.  We will get to VangVieng in late afternoon to check in at your Hotel. Later on Your free option to join local boat cruise along Nam Song River.

Overnight at Hotel in VangVieng

Day6:  VangVieng  Tour:

After breakfast we will visit Tham Chang Cave. The cave is said to have been used as a refuge during the 19th century from Chinese bandits and this explain its name: chang meaning  Loyal or steadfast. After that you are welcome to join tour groups for tubing to wáter cave, kayaking, ziplining, hot air balloon. All these activities is on your own.

Later afternoon we are going to treak to Pha Nam Xai View point to see the most beautiful view and sunset. This calming will take 30 minutes up to the top.

Overnight at Hotel in VangVieng

Day7: VangVieng  – Vientiane

After breakfast we would be traveling to Vientiane  approx  3/5 hours on journey. Vientiane is the capital and largest city of Laos, on the banks of the Mekong river near the border with Thailand.

On the way we could make the stop at Nam Ngum Lake. Nam Ngum Dam is hydroelectric dam on the Nam Ngum River, a major tributary of the Mekong River in Laos. It was the first hydropower dam built in the Lao PDR in 1968. And we will be heading to Vientiane to check in your at your hotel. Later you will be transfer to visit  That Luang Stupa or great stupa is the most important Buddhist monument in Laos. And continue to visit Patuxai which translate to Victory Gate is a massive concrete monument with a wide avenue leading to it similar in style to the Arc de Triumph in París France, and visit  wat Sisaket temple, Horpakeo temple and end tour will drop off at hotel.

Overnight at Hotel in Vientiane

Day8: Departure to Vientiane International Airport

In the morning after breakfast we will visit the Buddha Park is more curious than spectacular which make for a spectacle. Arogue monk is aside to have attempted to re consolidate Buddhism and Hinduism into his own Brand of mysticism through a prolific collection of sculptures depicting various deities and scenes from both religions. And then continues to COPE center which  provides prosthetic limbs, mobility assistance and rehabilitation Lao people who can’t afford it. Before drop off to the airport

 

 

9 Day Trip in Luang Prabang – Nam Kat Yola Pa – Mueng Khua – Mueng Ngoi – NongKhiew – Luang Prabang

Wat Xieng Thong
Wat Xieng Thong
Mount Phousi Luang Prabang
Mount Phousi Luang Prabang
Kuangsi Waterfall
Kuangsi Waterfall
Luang Prabang Alms for Monks
Pakou Cave
Pakou Cave

Day 1: Luang Prabang Arrival

Pick up from Luang Prabang International Airport and transfer to your Hotel to check in, free leisurely and lunch (lunch is on your own). After that we are going to Visit the most famous Temple called: Wat Xieng Thong Temple. This temple was dating back to the 16th century. And then you will be visiting Visoun Temple, this temple was built during the reign of King Wisunarat (1501 – 1520). We will be taking our time to cross the Bamboo Bridge which only can be used on Dry season and it often get washed away by raising water during the raining season. After that clam up to the mountain called: Phou Si Hill, (328 STEPS) this mountain is a popular site where the most beautiful sunset is between: 5:30-6pm. We will be ending up our tour by visiting the local Market or night market, where the locals and tourists comes together to converse, shop and eat all in one location.  Be transferred to your hotel in early evening.

Overnight in Luang Prabang

Day 2: Luang Prabang – Kuangsi Waterfall – Sunset Cruise

After Your breakfast you will be visiting the Royal Palace (National Museum) which was the house an eclectic collection, including statues, mosaic covered walls, France mirrors and piece of moon rock given. After that we are heading on journey to Kuangsi Waterfall, which takes 45 minutes drive to get there. (29Km from down town). The waterfall is a favourite site for tourist and locals people in Luang Prabang to begin in shallow pools stop a steep these lead the  main fall which a drop of 60 meters. On the way from the fall we will be visiting the local villages to experience the Hmong Village. They are a part of our ethnic group from the mountain region of China. At the end of your tour, take a chance to join the Boat for Sunset on the Mekong River to see fisherman casting their nets, and of course see the World Heritage town of Luang Prabang from a unique perspective. Be transferred to your hotel in early evening.

Overnight in Luang Prabang

Day 3: Luang Prabang to Nam Kat Yola Pa

Morning Alms Giving is a longstanding tradition in Laos Buddhist culture. Observe as the town’s hundreds of monks proceed down the street in a single-file line of bright saffron-coloured robes, collecting rice from kneeling local inhabitants throughout the Luang Prabang. Every morning they start at around 5:30am all the novices and monks walk from out temple to street with their alms bowls (in Lao we called Bat) to collect what local people are prepared to offer.

After that we are going to visit the Morning market. Its interesting market to find authentic food from among mountains for selling fresh locally grow vegetables, food and animals. There are also have an abundance of snacks available too. I’m interested in this article to tell you what to try in the market before being transfer to your hotel for breakfast.

After breakfast you will be transferring 5 –hours on journey to Nam Kat Yola Pa. On our way will stop to visit Pak Ou Cave therefore we would stop to visit the Cave. The Cave are packed with 1000 Buddha icons a shrine to the river spirit and Lord Buddha are set in a dramatic limestone cliff at the point where the Mekong and Nam Ou are joining together.  At the caves, in a tradition that has lasted for centuries, local people add annually to a repository of Buddha statues near the base of the small cave. The cave is also popular pilgrim site for our culture in April is our water New Year period. We are coming to wash and throw water to the Buddha image to respect them. We would also be visiting the Lao Lao Village called: Ban. Xang Huy. It’s a famous village for producing Lao Whisky and textile and weaving product. And continually to drive to Nam Kat Yola Pa. Nam Kat Yola Pa is protected forestry area along Nam Kat River. Suited in Oudomxay Province in North Eastern Laos. This area is truly one of the most beautiful and desired eco-tourism destination in Laos and South East Asia. You will be arriving there in late afternoon around 5pm to check in at your hotel and relax in beautiful Resort.

Overnight in Nam Kat Yola Pa Resort

Day 4: Join Tour with Nam Kat Yola Pa

You can make your own decision to join any tour that you like to do during stay in Nam Kat Yol Pa has offer. Or you can join a day trip for trekking to visit minorities village with me.

Overnight in Nam Kat Yola Pa Resort

Day 5: Nam Kat Yola Pa –  Mueng Khua  

After breakfast we would be traveling from Nam Kat Yola Pa to Mueng Khua. It will take 3 hours to journey, Including stop some village to see different ethnic  group such as: Aka, khmu, and continue to Mueng Khua. We will arrive there around 3pm to check in at your hotel.

Overnight in Mueng Khua

Day 6: Mueng Khua – NongKhiew

In this the morning after checking out from your hotel, we will take a private boat from Mueng Khua to NongKhiew, approx. 6 hours, including several stop in each interesting village such as: Ban. Sop Jam to see handmade textiles and Mueng Ngoi.  It is one of the less well known tourist destinations in Laos but it has experience something of a small boom in recent years. Our tour are including visit the local ethnic group villages who are living on the river banks. As well as enjoying the scenery view a long Nam Ou River View.

Overnight in Nong Khiew

Day 7: NongKhiew Tour

Before breakfast we would be hiking to Pha Daeng Mountain View point, leaving from hotel at 6:00am to witness the valley below veiled in mist with the mountain peaks painted gold it take about 1/5 hours. This view point has offered an unforgettable panorama and incredible views.

After breakfast we are going to visit the Pha Kuang Cave. It is a new famous destination in NongKhiew with untouched beauty. For tourist who interested in discovery activities. In the past this area is used for the Army to hide during Indochina wall with US in 1960 and you can see consequences of the war available until today. Return to your hotel in late afternoon.

Overnight in Nong Khiew

Day 8: NongKhiew –  Luang Prabang

We will leave from NongKhiew after your breakfast to Luang Prabang It will take 3 hours including a stop at Ban. Na Yang to see textile and handmade product from the village. And Being transfer to your hotel in Luang Prabang and enjoy your free time.

Overnight in Luang Prabang   

Day 9: Departure to Luang Prabang International Airport 

Free day until transfer to the airport.

14 Days Vientiane – VangVieng – Luang Prabang – Phonsavan – Kong Lo – Champasak – Done Det – Pakse

Phat That Luang
Phat That Luang
Blue Lagoon
Blue Lagoon
Giving Alms to Monks
Giving Alms to Monks
Mount Phousi
Mount Phousi
Kuangsi Waterfall
Kuangsi Waterfall
Plain of Jars
Plain of Jars
Kong Lo Cave
Kong Lo Cave
Done Det
Done Det

Day 1: VIENTIANE

After Breakfast visit:

  • Sisaket temple
    Horpakeo temple
  • Pha That luang ( golden temple)
  • Patuxi Monument
  • Buddha park
  • COPE centre

( overnight in Vientiane)

Day 2 :  VIENTIANE- VANGVIENG

It takes about 3 and half hours drive then visiting Tham Jang cave and blue lagoon 1 and boat cruise for sunset a long nam song rivers ( overnight in Vang Vieng)

Day 3: VANG VIENG- LUANG PRABANG

After breakfast before leaving for Luang Prabang visit Kaeng Nyui waterfall. The drive to Luang Prabang takes 4 hours, on the way we make a stopp at Pha Tang Bridge view point, local street market and enjoy the scenic views

( overnight in luang prabang)

Day 4: LUANG PRABANG

  • Xiengthong
  • National museum
  • Visoun temple
  • Ban. Xangkong handicrafts village
  • Bamboo bridge
  • Phousi hill for sunset and night market

( Overnight in Luang prabang)

Day 5: LUANGPRABANG

  • Alms giving to the monks
  • Morning market
  • Pakou cave
  • Khuangsi waterfall
  • Hmong village
  • Bear rescue center
  • Sunset boat cruise on the Mekong river

( Overnight in Luang prabang)

Day 6: LUANGPRABANG TO PHONSAVAN

It takes more than 6 hours drive, on the way we could make a stopped at  Sa La Phou Khoun view point, visi Buddha cave , Lao war Memorial and Vietnam war Memorial

( Overnight in phonsavan)

Day 7: PHONSAVAN

  • Plain of jars site 1
  • Plain of jars site 2
  • Plain of jars site 3
  • Ban Napai spoon village
  • Phou Keng jar Quarry site ( hiking more than 1000 steps)

( Overnight in phonsavan)

Day 8: PHONSAVAN – KONG LO CAVE

It takes more than 7 hours drive, on the way we could make a stopped at  Muang Khoun to see the Kingdom and Capital of xiengkhang, – visiting Wat pai wat and That  foun stupa

(Overnight in kong lo)

Day 9: KONG LO CAVE

 Visit the cave and the surrounding countryside

(Overnight in kong lo)

Day 10: KONG LO CAVE TO SAVANNAKHET

It takes more than 6 hours drive, on the way we could make a stopped at Thakhek

( Overnight in Savannakhet)

Day 11: SAVANNAKHET TO CHAMPASAK

It takes more than 5 hours drive, on the way we could make a stopp at Tad lor waterfall, Tad Yeuang waterfall, Tad fane waterfall and coffee plantation

( Overnight in Champasak)

Day 12: CHAMPASAK TO DONE DET 4000 ISLANDS

Tour around in wat Phou temple and then heading to Done Det

( Overnight in Done Det)

Day 13: Don Det

Tour around in Done Det and Done khone including khonephapheng waterfall

( Overnight in Done Det)

Day 14: Pakse

After breakfast drive to Pakse where tour ends

 

14 Days Trip; Luang Prabang – NongKhiew – Nam Nern Night Safari – Xam Neua – Phonsavan – VangVieng – Vientiane

Wat Xieng Thong
Wat Xieng Thong
Mount Phousi Luang Prabang
Mount Phousi Luang Prabang
Kuangsi Waterfall
Kuangsi Waterfall
Luang Prabang Alms for Monks
Pakou Cave
Pakou Cave
Plain of Jars
Vientiane Gateway

Day1: Luang Prabang Arrival

Pick up from Luang Prabang International Airport and transfer to your Hotel to check in, free leisurely and lunch (lunch is on your own). After that we are going to Visit the most famous Temple called: Wat Xieng Thong Temple. This temple was dating back to the 16th century. And then you will be visiting Visoun Temple this temple was built during the reign of King Wisunarat (1501 – 1520). We will be taking our time to cross the Bamboo Bridge which only can be used on Dry season and it often get washed away by raising water during the raining season. After that clam up to the mountain called: Phou Si Hill, (328 STEPS) this mountain is a popular site where the most beautiful sunset is between: 5:30-6pm. We will be ending up our tour by visiting the local Market or night market, where the locals and tourists comes together to converse, shop and eat all in one location.  Be transferred to your hotel in early evening.

Overnight in Luang Prabang

Day2: Luang Prabang – Kuangsi Waterfall – Sunset Cruise

After Your breakfast you will be visiting the Royal Palace (National Museum) which was the house an eclectic collection, including statues, mosaic covered walls, France mirrors and piece of moon rock given. After that we are heading on journey to Kuangsi Waterfall, which takes 45 minute drive to get there. (29Km from down town). The waterfall is a favourite site for tourist and locals people in Luang Prabang to begin in shallow pools stop a steep these lead the  main fall which a drop of 60 meters. On the way from the fall we will be visiting the local villages to experience the Hmong Village. They are a part of our ethnic group from the mountain region of China. At the end of your tour, take a chance to join the Boat for Sunset on the Mekong River to see fisherman casting their nets, and of course see the World Heritage town of Luang Prabang from a unique perspective. Be transferred to your hotel in early evening.

Overnight in Luang Prabang

Day 3: Morning Alms Giving- Morning Market – NongKhiew

Morning Alms Giving is a longstanding tradition in Laos Buddhist culture. Observe as the town’s hundreds of monks proceed down the street in a single-file line of bright saffron-coloured robes, collecting rice from kneeling local inhabitants throughout the Luang Prabang. Every morning they start at around 5:30am all the novices and monks walk from out temple to street with their alms bowls (in Lao we called Bat) to collect what local people are prepared to offer.

After that we are going to visit the Morning market. Its interesting market to find authentic food from among mountains for selling fresh locally grow vegetables, food and animals. There are also have an abundance of snacks available too. I’m interested in this article to tell you what to try in the market before being transfer to your hotel for breakfast.

After breakfast you will be transferred 2/5 –h on journey to NongKhiew. It’s the same way to Pak Ou Cave therefore we would stop to visit the Cave. The Cave are packed with 1000 Buddha icons a shrine to the river spirit and Lord Buddha are set in a dramatic limestone cliff at the point where the Mekong and Nam Ou are joining together.  At the caves, in a tradition that has lasted for centuries, local people add annually to a repository of Buddha statues near the base of the small cave. The cave is also popular pilgrim site for our culture in April is our water New Year period. We are coming to wash and throw water to the Buddha image to respect them. We would also be visiting the Lao Lao Village called: Ban. Xang Huy. It’s a famous village for producing Lao Whisky and textile and weaving product. And continually to arrival NongKhiew mid of the day.

Overnight in NongKhiew

Day 4: Tour in NongKhiew – MuangNgoi

Before breakfast we would be hiking to Pha Daeng Mountain View point, leaving from hotel at 6:00am to witness the valley below veiled in mist with the mountain peaks painted gold it take about 1/5 hours. This view point has offered an unforgettable panorama and incredible views.

After breakfast we will be traveling to Muang Ngoi by private boat, MuangNgoi is one of the less well known tourist destinations in Laos but it has experience something of a small boom in recent years. Our tour are including visit the local ethnic group villages who are living on the river banks. As well as enjoying the scenery view a long Nam Ou River View.

Overnight in NongKhiew

Day 5: NongKhiew – Nam Nern  Night Safari

After breakfast you will be traveling about 6 hours on journey to Muang Hiam. Nam Nern is opened in 2009, the Night Safari is a 24-hour boat-based tour into the core of the protected area. The trip involves night-time wildlife spotlighting: long-tail boats drift down the river looking for wild and endangered animals as Sambar Dear, Muntjacs, and Civets etc. Additional activities on the tour include ranger substation visit, and short morning hike to learn about historical patrimony of this area and medical plans.

Overnight in Muang Hiam

Day 6: Nam Nern Night Safari Tour

Departure from Muang Hiam (formerly Viengthong) in the morning. After approximately 1.5 ­hour drive along a curvy road through gorgeous mountainous landscapes you will arrive at Ban Son Koua, a Khmu Village. At 9.30 am meet your National Park’s English speaking guide who will be the key person sharing information about the National Park, and translating from Lao, Hmong, and Khmu languages information provided by the village wildlife spotters, the former poachers. Please note that your accommodation will be provided at Nam Nern Safari Homestay.

 

Day 7: Nam Nern  Night Safari – Xam Neua

After returning from Homestay you will be continue to Xam Neua approximately 4 hours, traveling. Xam Neua, literally “northern swamp”, is the capital city of Houaphan Province, Laos, in the northeast of the country. Xam Neua is one of the country’s least visited provincial capitals by Western tourists.

On the way we will stop at Hintang Archaeological Park.

Almost as mysterious as Xieng Khuang’s more famous jars, this unique, unfenced collection of standing stones is thought to be at least 1500 years old. Spindly stones up to 3 meters tall are interspersed with disks that formerly covered funerary sites. With some over a metre in diameter, these ‘families’ of stones do have a certain magic and then heading Tat Saloei This impressive series of cascades forms a combined drop of almost 100m. You will be arriving in Xam Neua around 2pm. After checking in at your hotel we will be moving on to visit Vieng Xai Cave. Vieng Xai cave is one of hardest to reach corners of the country, the Vieng Xai caves are a testaments to the suffering and struggle that gave rise to a new nation. Now open to the public, the cave are of the most important and remarkable historic sites in Laos. Though few travelers venture here to visit them.

Overnight in Xam Neua

Day 8: Xam Neua – Phonsavan

After breakfast we will take a chance to visit the local market nearby your hotel before heading on to Phonsavan. Our traveling will take approx. 7 hours. Phonsavan is the famous attraction is the nearby Plain of jars, which has been nominated for UNESCO World Heritage status. The main economic activity in Phonsavan is based on government administration, mining companies from China and Australia, tourism and the work of NGOs related to clearing unexploded ordnance.

On our Journey to Phonsavan is including visiting Tham Piew Cave. This cave has a story during the second Indochina War in 1969, people took refuge in Tham Piew. However, a single rocket fired from a Royalist aircraft killed hundreds of them. Given its tragic history, it is bittersweet that Tham Piew has such beautiful scenery and unblemished rustic surrounding. Stopping for lunch on the way at local delicious meal. You will arrive at your hotel in late afternoon to check in.

Overnight in Phonsavan

Day 9: Phonsavan Tour

 After breakfast you’ll visit the Plain of Jars Site 1, Site 2 and Site 3 at this site, there are over 300 jars. Also, the largest jar is found here which is said to be 2 meters by 2 meters and weighs nearly 6 tons! One of the jars has what appears to be a carving on the side adding more questions. Then visit Ban. Napia (Spoon Village), continue to explore the province’s old temple at Muang khoun district, to see Wat Pia Wat, That Foun stupa, That ChomPhet Stupa and continue to visit Phou Keng jars Quarry site be ready to trek at about 1400 steps and we will end it up at Lao & Vietnam War Memorial

And being transfer back to your hotel.   
Overnight in Phonsavan

Day 10: Phonesavan – VangVieng 

After breakfast we would be traveling to VangVieng approx 5 hours on journey. VangVieng lies on thr Nam Song River the most notable feature of the área is the karst hill landscape surrounding the twon. On our way we would stop to visit Buhhda Cave, and have lunch at View Point. This beautiful Mountain is high from sea level 1,600 meter and visiting Pha Tang bridge view point.  We will get to VangVieng in late afternoon to check in at your Hotel. Later on Your free option to join local boat cruise along Nam Song River.

Overnight in VangVieng

Day 11: VangVieng  Tour:

After breakfast we will visit Tham Chang Cave. The cave is said to have been used as a refuge during the 19th century from Chinese bandits and this explain its name: chang meaning  Loyal or steadfast. After that you are welcome to join tour groups for tubing to water cave, kayaking, zip lining, hot air balloon. All these activities is on your own.

Later afternoon we are going to trek to Pha Nam Xai View point to see the most beautiful view and sunset. This calming will take 30 minutes up to the top.

Overnight in VangVieng

Day 12: VangVieng  – Vientiane

After breakfast we would be traveling to Vientiane  approx  3/5 hours on jouney. Vientiane is the capital and largest city of Laos, on the banks of the Mekong river near the border with Thailand.

On the way we could make the stop at Nam Ngum Lake. Nam Ngum Dam is hydroelectric dam on the Nam Ngum River, a major tributary of the Mekong River in Laos. It was the first hydropower dam built in the Lao PDR in 1968. And we will be heading to Vientiane to check in your at your hotel free leisurely

Overnight in Vientiane

Day 13: Vientiane Tour

After breakfast we will visit  That Luang Stupa or great stupa is the most important Buddhist monument in Laos. And continue to visit Patuxai which translate to Victory Gate is a massive concrete monument with a wide avenue leading to it similar in style to the Arc de Triomphe in París France, and visit  wat Sisaket temple, Horpakeo temple and then continues to Buddha park .It is more curious than spectacular which make for a spectacle. Arogue monk is saide to have attemted to reconsolidate buddhism and hinduism into his own Brand of mysticism through a prolific collection of sculptures depicting various deities and scenes from both religions. And then continues to COPE center which  provides prosthetic limbs, mobility assistance and rehabilitation Lao people who can’t afford it. Before drop off at the hotel

Overnight in Vientiane

Day 14: Departure to Vientiane International Airport

After breakfast free leisurely until being transfer to the airport for your next destination flight.

 

18 Day Trip: Luang Prabang – Phonsavan – VangVieng-Vientiane – Phou Khao Khouay National Park – Kong Lor – Saravan– Pak Song – Champasak – 4,000 Island

Wat Xieng Thong
Wat Xieng Thong
Mount Phousi Luang Prabang
View From Mount Phousi Luang Prabang
Kuangsi Waterfall
Kuangsi Waterfall
Luang Prabang Alms for Monks
Pakou Cave
Pakou Cave
Plain of Jars
Vientiane Gateway

Day 1: Luang Prabang Arrival

Pick up from Luang Prabang International Airport and transfer to your Hotel to check in, free leisurely and lunch (lunch is on your own). After that we are going to Visit the most famous Temple called: Wat Xieng Thong Temple. This temple was dating back to the 16th century. And then you will be visiting Visoun Temple this temple was built during the reign of King Wisunarat (1501 – 1520). We will be taking our time to cross the Bamboo Bridge which only can be used on Dry season and it often get washed away by raising water during the raining season. After that clam up to the mountain called: Phou Si Hill, (328 STEPS) this mountain is a popular site where the most beautiful sunset is between: 5:30-6pm. We will be ending up our tour by visiting the local Market or night market, where the locals and tourists comes together to converse, shop and eat all in one location.  Be transferred to your hotel in early evening.

Overnight in Luang Prabang

Day 2: Luang Prabang – Kuangsi Waterfall – Sunset Cruise

After Your breakfast you will be visiting the Royal Palace (National Museum) which was the house an eclectic collection, including statues, mosaic covered walls, France mirrors and piece of moon rock given. After that we are heading on journey to Kuangsi Waterfall, which takes 45 minutes drive to get there. (29Km from down town). The waterfall is a favourite site for tourist and locals people in Luang Prabang to begin in shallow pools stop a steep these lead the  main fall which a drop of 60 meters. On the way from the fall we will be visiting the local villages to experience the Hmong Village. They are a part of our ethnic group from the mountain region of China. At the end of your tour, take a chance to join the Boat for Sunset on the Mekong River to see fisherman casting their nets, and of course see the World Heritage town of Luang Prabang from a unique perspective. Be transferred to your hotel in early evening.

Overnight in Luang Prabang

Day 3: Morning Alms Giving – Morning Market –  Pak Ou Cave

Morning Alms Giving is a longstanding tradition in Laos Buddhist culture. Observe as the town’s hundreds of monks proceed down the street in a single-file line of bright saffron-coloured robes, collecting rice from kneeling local inhabitants throughout the Laung Prabang. Every morning they start at around 5:30am all the novices and monks walk from out temple to street with their alms bowls (in Lao we called Bat) to collect what local people are prepared to offer.

After that we are going to visit the Morning market. Its interesting market to find authentic food from among mountains for selling fresh locally grow vegetables, food and animals. There are also have an abundance of snacks available too. I’m interested in this article to tell you what to try in the market before being transfer to your hotel for breakfast.

After breakfast you will be transferred 1 –h journey to the Pak Ou Cave. The Cave are packed with 4000 Buddha icons a shrine to the river spirit and Lord Buddha are set in a dramatic limestone cliff at the point where the Mekong and Nam Ou are joining together.  At the caves, in a tradition that has lasted for centuries, local people add annually to a repository of Buddha statues near the base of the small cave. The cave is also popular pilgrim site for our culture in April is our water New Year period. We are coming to wash and throw water to the Buddha image to respect them. On the way back we will be stopping at Lao Lao Village called: Ban. Xang Huy. It’s a famous village for producing Lao Whisky and textile and weaving product. Your tour ends with hotel drop-off, mid to late afternoon.

Day 4: Luang Prabang–Phonsavan

After breakfast you will be heading to Phonsavan on journey approx. 6 hours. Phonsavan is the famous attraction is the nearby Plain of jars, which has been nominated for UNESCO World Heritage status. The main economic activity in Phonsavan is based on government administration, mining companies from China and Australia, tourism and the work of NGOs related to clearing unexploded ordnance.

On our Journey is including visiting local street market where they are force to sell fresh organic vegetable, wild animals for local people meals. And visit ethnic minorities village. You will have lunch on the way at Phou Khoun Town which has offered delicious lunch.  Lunch is on your own.

In check in at your hotel in Phonsavan to relax and enjoy your free time.

Overnight in Phonsavan

Day 5: Phonsavan Tour

 After breakfast you’ll visit the Plain of Jars Site 1, Site 2 and Site 3 at this site, there are over 300 jars. Also, the largest jar is found here which is said to be 2 meters by 2 meters and weighs nearly 6 tons! One of the jars has what appears to be a carving on the side adding more questions. Then visit Ban. Napia (Spoon Village), continue to explore the province’s old temple at Muang khoun district, to see Wat Pia Wat, That Foun stupa, That ChomPhet Stupa and continue to visit Phou Keng jars Quarry site be ready to trek at about 1400 steps and we will end it up at Lao & Vietnam War Memorial

And being transfer back to your hotel.   
Overnight in Phonsavan

Day 6: Phonesavan – VangVieng  

After breakfast we would be traveling to VangVieng approx 5 hours on jouney. VangVieng lies on the Nam Song River the most notable feature of the area is the karst hill landscape surrounding the town. On our way we would stop to visit Buhhda Cave, and have lunch at View Point. This beautiful Mountain is high from sea level 1,600 meter and visiting Pha Tang bridge view point.  We will get to VangVieng in late afternoon to check in at your Hotel. Later on Your free option to join local boat cruise along Nam Song River.

Overnight in VangVieng

Day 7: VangVieng  Tour:

After breakfast we will visit Tham Chang Cave. The cave is said to have been used as a refuge during the 19th century from Chinese bandits and this explain its name: chang meaning  Loyal or steadfast. After that you are welcome to join tour groups for tubing to water cave, kayaking, ziplining, hot air balloon. All these activities is on your own.

Later afternoon we are going to trek to Pha Nam Xai View point to see the most beautiful view and sunset. This calming will take 30 minutes up to the top.

Overnight in VangVieng

Day 8: VangVieng  – Vientiane

After breakfast we would be traveling to Vientiane  approx  3/5 hours on journey. Vientiane is the capital and largest city of Laos, on the banks of the Mekong river near the border with Thailand.

On the way we could make the stop at Nam Ngum Lake. Nam Ngum Dam is hydroelectric dam on the Nam Ngum River, a major tributary of the Mekong River in Laos. It was the first hydropower dam built in the Lao PDR in 1968. And we will be heading to Vientiane to check in your at your hotel, free and relax.

Overnight in Vientiane

Day 9: Vientiane Tour

After breakfast we will visit  That Luang Stupa or great stupa is the most important Buddhist monument in Laos. And continue to visit Patuxai which translate to Victory Gate is a massive concrete monument with a wide avenue leading to it similar in style to the Arc de Triomphe in París France, and visit  wat Sisaket temple, Horpakeo temple and then continues to Buddha park .It is more curious than spectacular which make for a spectacle. Arogue monk is said to have attempted to re-consolidate Buddhism and Hinduism into his own Brand of mysticism through a prolific collection of sculptures depicting various deities and scenes from both religions. And then continues to COPE center which  provides prosthetic limbs, mobility assistance and rehabilitation lao people who can’t afford it. Before drop off at the hotel

Overnight at Hotel in Vientiane

Day 10: Vientiane – Phou Khao Khouay National Park Homestay 

After breakfast you will be traveling on jounney approx. 1/5 h to  get to Phou Khao Khouay National Park. This national is protected area in Laos. It was established on 29 October 1993 covering an area of 2,000 km extending into Xaisomboun Province. The forests are evergreen, Shorea mixed deciduous forest, dry disterocarp and pine type particularly coniferous forest, of mono specific stands of Pinus merkusii, Fokienia hodgsobnsii, bamboo (mai sanod) and fire climax grasslands. Animals found in the park  include elephants, tigers, bears 13 pairs of White-cheeked gibons, langurs, reptiles, amphibians and birds.

Arrive your Homestay around 10 am to check in and late on we are going to trekking to Deep forest for 3 hours just to observe this National Park including waterfall as well as orchid flowers. Return to your home stay in late afternoon.  

Overnight at Homestay

Day 11: Phou Khao Khouay National Park Homestay – Kong Lor

After breakfast you will be traveling on journey approx. 4 hours to  get to Kong Lor Cave. On our way we could make several stop to see view point and local rice paddy fields.  The Cave is a karst limestone cave in Phu Hin Bun Natinal Park in Khammouane Province. The cave is Deep (lasting about 7 kilometres and wide and as high as 300 feet in parts. The locals in recent years have set up vendors  at the location to provide to tourists.

After your checking in at your hotel, we are going to take a boat ride to visit the Kong Lor cave which takes about 3 hours round trip. Inside the cave is a pool wghich glows a bright emerald colour which locals hold as sacred, beleiving it to reflect the skin of the Hindi god indra. Return to hotel before sunset.

 Overnight in Kong Lor

Day 12: Kong Lor – Thakhek

After breakfast you will be heading on journey approx. 5 hours to get to Thakhek. On our way will make the stop at Khun Kong Leng Lake. This blue Lagoon isn’t a mirage  -the cold spring water of This deep swimming hold really are the colour of gemstones, so clear you can see right to bottom. Then we continue to GIANT WALL (KAMPAENG YARK). The Giant Wall is a site of a thousand or million-year mystery. Is the wall a wonder of geology or was it built by a past civillisation? The massive sandstone wall runs for 15 km near the east bank of the Mekong.

After checking in at your hotel and we would continue to Tham Pa Fa ent Turtle Cave. A farmer hunting for bats accidentally stumbled across the Buddha Cave. In April 2004 climbing up to the cave’s mouth, he found 229 bronze Buddha Statues, believed to be more than 450 years old, and ancient palm leaf scripts. These Buddha were part of the Royal collection believed to have been hidden here when the thais ransacked Vientiane. After that we will drive to That Sikhottabong. Also known as Sikhottabong stupa is a Buddhist temple in Thakhek. It is contemporary to That Inhang in Savannaket and That Phanom, built in Thailand under the Sikhottabong Empire. The bones of Lord Buddha are said to be consecrated in these temples. King Nanthasene built the stupa for King Soummitham. Being transfer back to hotel.

Overnight in Thakhek

Day 13: Thakhek – Bolaven (Tad Lo)

After breakfast you will be heading on journey approx. 5 hours to get to Bolaven Plateau Waterfall (Tad Lo). Tad Lo is a watering place, Iiterally and figuratively. Three waterfalls and bunglow – plus hammock –type accommodation lure Budget travelers with relaxation and refreshment. On  our way we will stop to visit Savannaket, this fast growing town becomes an important trade center between Vietnam and Laos. But it is still a necessary stop to visit That Inhang.  

We will arrive Tad Lo Waterfall around 3pm, then we take our time to enjoy the sightseeing surrounding before Being transfer to your hotel in Tad Lo.

Overnight in Tad Lo

Day 14: Bolaven (Tad Lo) –  Champasak

After breakfast you will be heading on journey approx. 5 hours to get to Champasak. Our journey is Including tour around in Pak Song such as: Tad Fane waterfall. This is the tallest waterfall in Laos. (Over 120 meters from Cliff side into the jungle canopy). Its twin streams of wáter hurling over the abyss and into the tres below. And then continue to visit Tad Yuang Waterfall, Tad Champee Waterfall and coffee plantation.

We will arrive to your hotel in Champasak about 3pm. The rest of the day is relax.

Overnight in Champasak

Day 15: Champasak – Don Khong

After breakfast you will be heading on jounney approx. 4hours to get to Don Khong. Don Khong or Khong Island is the largest island and the seat of administration in the Si Phan Don riverine archipelago located in the Mekong River Khong District, Champasak Province southern Laos. The island is 18 kilometres long (north- south), and 8 kilometres at its widest point. On our way to Don Khong is including tour in Wat Phou, Ancient City as well. Wat Phou which translates to (mountain temple) was built during the late 10th to early 11th century, which makes it older thas Anngkor’s best known monument the Angkor Wat, which was built during the first half of the 12th century. Over the following centuries structures were added to the temple until the 14th century when th Angkor Empire went into decline.

The Wat Phou was a temple dedicated to Shiva, one of the Gods of the Hindu Trimurti. In the 13th century it was converted in to Buddhist monastery. Even today the temple is still a place of worship for local Buddhist.  Arrive Don Khong about 3pm to check in and relax at your hotel.

Overnight in Don Khong

Day 16: Don Khong – Don Det – Don Khon Island

After breakfast you will be heading to visit Don Det, this trip will take only 1 hour. Don Det is an island in the middle of Mekong river in Si Phan Don archipelago in Champasak Province of southern Laos. And then continue to visit Don Khon Island. On our way to these place we will make a stop at Khone Phapheng waterfall. The Khone falls are the largest in the southeast Asia and are the main reason that the Mekong is not fully navigable into China. The fall are characterized by thousand of island and countless waterways, Giving the area its name Si Phan Don or the 4,000 island.

Overnight in Don Det

Day 17: Don Det – Pakse

After breakfast you will be heading to Pakse, this trip will take 2 hours. Check in and free day at your hotel.

Overnight in Pakse

Day 18: Pakse – Airport

Free morning before transferring to the airport.

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