Though being a small country with a population of less than 7 millions people, Laos offers diverse scenery and rich culture with many activities awaiting you to experience. While taking part in the daily morning alms-giving in Luang Prabang is a great step into Laos’ sacred traditions, a journey along the famous Nam Ou River will give you opportunities to meet local hill tribes and explore limestone cliffs. Of cause, you can’t miss the UNESCO site of Wat Phou, cruise or cycle around the picturesque 4,000 islands region in the southern Laos.
To be welcomed into a local home is an incredible gift, the gift that we’ve received many times through our travels. We want to share the gift with, and show you the authentic ways to get to know Laos on every journey you take with us!
Located at the meeting point of the Se Don and Mekong Rivers, Pakse is the provincial capital of Champasak and a former French outpost. Visitors will find the French influence on the architecture and culture, and a relax atmosphere in this charming riverside city.
Mekong River is the life blood of the Laos, especially for the rural villages along its banks. A boat trip on this famous river up to the Pak Ou Caves is the perfect way to experience the heart of this magical land, and admire the verdant countryside of northern Laos.
Luang Prabang is famous for its Buddhist temples and laid-back atmosphere. A sightseeing tour in this little charming town unveils its cultural attractions including museums, important temples and the unique blend of French colonial and traditional Lao architecture.