Most visitors complete their Laos tours in a few days but we recommend a week to really get below the surface.

No holidays in Laos should miss the spiritual capital, Luang Prabang; with its beautifully preserved temples and colonial architecture make it a visual delight and a top choice for sightseeing.

Serene and unhurried, Lao's capital Vientiane is situated on a bend of the Mekong River. It's one of the smallest Capital cities in the World and is often compared to a big village; both in its size and atmosphere.

Our Northern Laos tours have excellent trekking opportunities and a thriving hill tribe culture, and the town of Luang Nam Tha is the starting point for many soft adventure activities. 

The South and area around Pakse has fabulous natural wonders such as the 4000 Islands of Siphandon, the coffee and tea plantations of the Bolaven Plateau; as well as many stunning waterfalls set in dense jungles, just waiting to be explored.

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Adding a charitable cause to your visit to Luang Prabang can be very rewarding.
Bronze Buddha Statue at Haw Phra Kaew Laos

Help to give something back on this tour with a visit to a village school to donate books. You’ll also meet locals and see Luang Prabang and its beautiful surrounding areas.

There’s just something about Luang Prabang’s cultural vibe. Experience its UNESCO magic.
Pak Ou Caves,Luang Prabang, Laos

See magical Luang Prabang in this four day tour which offers expert guides to immerse you in this historical city, as well as visits to beautiful waterfalls and wildlife areas.

$875(15% Off)
Price Per Person
Uncover the culture & natural wonders of Laos with your loved ones, perfect for all ages.
A Laos Lady with An Unbrella, Laos

See Luang Prabang on this six-day tour. Immerse yourself in Lao culture with cooking and weaving courses and help to give something back by donating books to a village school.

Traveling to Southeast Asia in May-October? Bring your umbrella - it's rainy season!
Young Buddhist Woman, Bangkok, Thailand

Take an inspirational adventure around three of Asia’s most fascinating capital cities with insider angles and lesser-seen sights led by expert local guides.


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