Laos Tours and Trips 2024/2025

Time seems to have stopped in Laos, and life is far slower in this still vastly undiscovered nation. Get to know the real Laos with hiking trips through the mountains near Luang Prabang, sightseeing tours of temple-filled Vientiane, and local boat rides along the Mekong and Xe Don rivers in Pakse. Then, head to nature for trekking, kayaking and canoeing, and other active and outdoor adventures.

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Laos - Tour Highlights and Travel Tips

A trip to Laos is nothing less than penetrating to a different time, where everything is simpler, and time just seems to slow down.
The Buddha Park in Vientiane, Laos

Imagine visiting a country where the locals are still curious to know more about foreigners. Think of a place where time seems to stop, stress disappears and your heartbeat feels like it has slowed down a notch to adjust to the slow-paced lifestyle. This is what every trip to Laos feels like. Get away from the cities and enjoy off-the-beaten-track holidays to come in touch with the real Laos. With beautiful limestone cliffs and the enchanting Mekong River as your backdrop, you have the perfect setting for picture-perfect holidays. Add village homestays and spectacular natural beauty into the mix and life really begins to start feeling like a fairytale. 


Tour Highlights

  • Climb to the top of Mount Phou Si
  • Swim in the turquoise-coloured lagoon of Tham Poukham Cave
  • Discover the ruins of Vat Phou in Champasak
  • Raft down the Mekong River
  • Stroll through Buddha Park in Vientiane
  • Take a dip in the Kuang Si Falls
  • Explore the Pak Ou Caves



Travel Tips

  • Fast and reliable internet can be hard to come by in Laos. To be on the safe side, print your hotel and transport confirmations ahead of time, and carry a physical map.
  • While many Asian countries encourage you to eat with your hands, this is not the case in Laos. Use chopsticks if you can.
  • When eating out, be careful of “happy pizzas” or “happy shakes”. These foods are “happy” because they are laced with drugs, normally mushrooms or opium.
  • Even on hot days, be sure to bring something to cover your shoulders and knees for visiting monasteries and other holy sites.
  • Laotians really value politeness. Be a respectful tourist. Don’t take pictures of locals without asking (especially monks), avoid pointing, and always take your shoes off before entering a temple or someone’s home.
  • Things run a bit slower in Laos - that goes for the people, the service, and the public transportation. Kick back, relax, and count time as the locals do.

Laos has seasonal weather so please do check up on the best time to visit Laos before planning your tour. 


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