4Days 3Nights Luang Prabang

Day 01: Arrive Luang Prabang

Welcome at the airport, meet the guide and transfer to the hotel, then start the city tour with a visit to Wat Visoun, the shrine of Wat Aham and Wat Xienthong, Wat Mai, National MuseumThe Royal Former King's Palace) then climb up to the top of Phousi Hill to explore the sacred, gilded stupa, where our strenuous climb will be rewarded with a beautiful sunset view overthe city and the Mekong River. Then transfer to hotel. Night at your hotel.

Day 02: Luang Prabang Pak Ou

Morning, pick up at hotel.We then enjoy driving with beautiful views of the tranquil countryside. We’ll visit the mysterious Pak Ou Caves, packed with thousands of gilded Buddha statues of various sizes. On return stop at the village of Ban Xang Hai where local rice wine is made, famed for its cotton and silk weaving by hand. Night at your hotel.

Day 03: Luang Prabang Kuangsi Waterfall

Breakfast at hotel, then carry onto the huge spectacular Khouangsi waterfall where we can splash around in the pools or walk along the cool forest paths. Then return to the town . Free and night your hotel.

Day 04: Luang Prabang Depart

Breakfast at hotel, then transfer to the airport for departure.
Services included:
- National fund & gov.t tax
- English Speaking Guide
- Entrance fee
- Boat trip to Pak Ou Caves
- Drinking water+towel
- 03 nights accommodation+ABF

Destination

Laos Overview

Officially known as the Lao PDR (People's Democratic Republic), Laos is in Indochina, comfortably nestled between China to the north, Myanmar to the north-west, Thailand to the west, Cambodia to the south and Vietnam to the east. The mighty Mekong River enters Laos from China, meandering nearly 5,000kms through six countries (including 1,865kms through Laos),

All Destinations in Laos

NORTH:
Luangprabang Formerly the capital of Lane Xang (land of a million elephants); the entire town was denoted as a World Heritage site by UNESCO in 1995. Situated on the confluence of two rivers (Nam Khan and the mighty Mekong), this evocative town reflects a magnificent mixture of colonial French and traditional Lao architecture. The wonderful wats evoke a feeling of peace and tranquility. Sights include: the National Museum (former Royal Palace), Vat Xieng Thong, Phusi Hill overlooking the Mekong and town, Khouang Si waterfalls, Hmong traditional villages and the mystical Pak Ou caves you can visit by boat up the Mekong River calling in on interesting weaving and whisky-maker villages.
Houeisay Located in the remote north-west near the infamous 'Golden Triangle' with an entry check-point from Thailand and a border with Myanmar. The area is renowned for its gem stones, including sapphires and rubies.
Pakbeng A small village located above the Mekong River, an interesting stop-over for river cruises between Luangprabang and Houeisay.
Luangnamtha Home of several distinctive local tribes living in pristine forests with indigenous wildlife and a large native bird population, offering a memorable glimpse at an enduring way of life. Winner of an international gold award for eco-tourism.
Xieng Khouang A mountainous area with some caves and waterfalls, but most famous for the Plain of Jars. Huge jars carved from stone and weighing up to 6 tonne each litter the plains; the origins and original use of these stone-age artifacts is still unknown.
Vang Vieng Just 150km north of Vientiane on the Nam Xong River, this quiet, scenic area abounds in caves lurking in the distinctive beauty of the mountain ranges.

NORTH:
Vientiane The capital of Laos is on the Mekong River; this cosmopolitan city is the seat of government and the cultural and commercial centre. There are many, not to be missed, beautiful Buddhist wats and memorable monuments; plus a smorgasbord of memorable restaurants offering a wide variety of cuisines.
Savannakhet An area renowned as retaining their traditional Lao heritage; also an important trading junction with both Thailand and Vietnam.

SOUTH:
Paskse / Champassak PakseT is the ideal place for short trips to the former capital of Champassak and the memorable World Heritage pre-Angkor ruins of Vat Phou.
Khong Island Near Cambodia with the huge Khonephapheng waterfalls; between November and May the rare white Mekong River dolphins may be seen.
Boloven Plateau This area is home to several waterfalls and local, minority villages that can be visited by riding on elephants. Also tea, coffee and fruit plantations proliferate among glorious scenery and rare flora and fauna.