Laos Tours - The Land of a Million Elephants
11 DAYS / 10 NIGHTS
Explore the north & south of Laos on this in-depth tour from Luang Prabang to the Plain of Jars, and from the capital, Vientiane, to Pakse and the four thousand islands in the south.
21 DAYS / 20 NIGHTS
Join us on this group tour of Indochina. Travel from the natural riches of Halong Bay in Vietnam to the preserved ruins of Angkor Wat in Cambodia and the World Heritage Site of Luang Prabang in Laos, plus much more.
4 DAYS / 3 NIGHTS
Explore arguably the most charming city in Indochina on this city break in Luang Prabang, Laos.
6 DAYS / 5 NIGHTS
Travel from the capital Vientiane's sleepy vibe to the beautifully scenic village of Vang Vieng and onward to the town of Luang Prabang, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
17 DAYS / 16 NIGHTS
Unlock the mysteries of Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos with journeys that open the door to lost civilizations that left behind centuries-old temples like Angkor Wat for today's modern travelers to enjoy.
The town has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, so this may say it all, but it truly is one of the most charming towns in Asia and almost always tops the ‘best of’ lists for those exploring through Indochina. It’s changing, not too rapidly, but get there soon.
The south of Laos is another world, and the 4,000 Islands on the Mekong River are among the most relaxing in Asia. Look for river dolphins, marvel at Wat Phou, and tie-up a hammock, this is Laos.
Laos is for the most part all countryside, with sleepy towns scattered about, but it’s these villages that leave the greatest impression as you walk among wooden stilt homes, traditionally dressed hill tribe groups, farmers plowing fields. You will never forget the Lao ‘Hello’ (Sabaidee) after just one day outside the town centers.
In the Bokeo Nature Reserve, requiring some effort to access, the Gibbon Experience is Laos’ most sought after eco-adventure. Forest, ziplines, tree house accommodation, hikes, treks, flashlights, and more sound like fun? Add this to your Laos experience.
A stay in Luang Prabang wouldn’t be complete without a night out at the night market. Boasting handicrafts, textiles and more from the neighbouring hill tribe villages, the colorful market is your go-to for shopping in Laos.
BEST TIME TO VISIT:
Laos has a dry & wet monsoon climate and at times of the year it can be quite cool. The wet season is typically from May/June into November, and the dry season from November to May starting with relatively lower temperatures and cool breezes until about mid-February. Temperatures vary dependant on altitude. The best time for travel is November to March.