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Time moves at a different pace in Laos, a land once known as the land of a million elephants and still covered with more untouched forest than any other nation in South East Asia. Visiting Laos is all about getting outdoors, walking, cycling, kayaking, or taking it easy on a boat, in a hammock, or one of the charming spots of Luang Prabang. With boutique hotels in even the most unexpected places, friendly smiles and ever-improving roads, trains, and flights, it’s an absolute delight to explore. If you let yourself relax into the pace and peace of Laos, you’re practically guaranteed to return home rested and refreshed with your soul a little fuller.

Every trip we plan is tailor made so that you get the perfect Laos holiday. Our expert has travelled extensively and personally inspected almost every hotel we work with and will give you honest advice on which ones are good for your holiday. We’ve put together a few ideas for how you can experience Laos but there’s far more to do and many other ways to enjoy this beautiful land than what you see below. So send us an email or give us a ring (UK) 0207 112 0019 and let us know what you’re keen to see and do.

Classic Tours

Combination Tours

Luang Prabang
This delightful Unesco-heritage protected town has some of the finest architecture, food and temples of all of Laos (as well as lots of cute boutique shops!) You could spend days in this delightful town, which has two rivers running through it, whilst exploring nearby caves, waterfalls and elephant camps.
Si Phan Don (4,000 Islands)
This cluster of islands caught in the middle of the mighty flowing Mekong is the perfect place to chill for a couple of days. Cycling to waterfalls, spotting rare river dolphins, chilling in hammocks and watching the sunset over the Mekong are all in the order of the day here.
Champasak & The Bolaven Plateau
The Bolaven Plateau is not to be missed by any die-hard coffee fans! This idyllic, hilly region is where the finest coffee in Laos grows and we have some wonderful day tours on offer here - you can even spend the night at a family home on a traditional coffee plantation. Nearby Champasak has some wonderful luxurious riverside accommodation (some of the best in Laos) and a sunrise trip to Wat Phou Temple must not be missed.
The riverside capital of Laos is home to some of the country's finest restaurants, spas and cafes, not to mention a fantastic collection of boutique hotels... it is the perfect place to indulge your tastebuds and senses for a day or two. Nearby there are a number of impressive temples and cultural sights which are ideal to explore by bicycle.
Vang Vieng
Something of an outdoor lover's paradise, Vang Vieng, which is set on Nam Song River, is the perfect place for anyone seeking nature based activities - as well as some more adrenalin-seeking adventures. It's backdrop of serene cliffs and vibrant green paddy fields, coupled with an excellent selection of boutique hotels, make it the ideal place to chill for a day or two.
Vieng Xai Caves
This fascinating wartime cave hideout is set in beautiful gardens backed by delightful karst scenery. It is ideal for those who are travelling onwards to Vietnam and crossing at the land border - or vice versa.

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