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OVERVIEW

LAOS INDEPTH 12 DAYS - 11 NIGHTS

Houey Xay - Pakbeng - Pak Ou Caves - Luang Prabang - Kuang Si Waterfall - Vang Vieng - Vientiane - Savannakhet - Salavan - Tad Lo - Tad Fane - Wat Phu - Khong Island - Khone Island - Pakse

From North to South, this in-depth tour explores the wonders of Laos from its friendly people and intriguing spiritual culture to its diverse landscapes and natural wonders. Travelling beyond the touristy areas, you’ll discover a side of Laos untouched by the modern world.

Start your journey in the north at the Thai border where a two day journey down the Mekong begins. Floating down the world’s tenth longest river in a large wooden boat, you’ll discover the local rhythms of life along the river. Spend the night in the hillside town of Pakbeng and stop off at riverside villages to learn more about the local lifestyle.

Your boat journey ends in Luang Prabang, the spiritual capital of Laos. Dozens of temples fill the town and orange-robed monks wander about the tree-lined streets. Colonial buildings, colourful markets, and cascading waterfalls are all waiting to be explored in Luang Prabang.

Travel along mountain roads to the small town of Vang Vieng, situated on the banks of the Nam Song River and surrounded by limestone formations. Continue to Vientiane, whose laid-back pace is unlike any other capital city in the region.

Southern Laos is one of Asia’s hidden gems. Drive from Savanakhet to the Bolaven Plateau, an area of coffee plantations, local villages, and more towering waterfalls. The cool refreshing air of the highlands is relief from the hotter lowland areas.

The final stretch of the journey takes you to the Siphandon area, where the Mekong reaches its widest point in Laos and is dotted with thousands of small islands. The scenery is stunning as the water meanders along with rolling mountains in the background. The temple of Wat Phu is sure to leave a lasting impression, a 9th century building nestled amongst the hills of this tranquil area.

From north to south, each day of our ‘Laos in Depth’ tour shows you a different side of this magical country.