Loverly Laos Tour Package 14D/13N

  • Loverly Laos Tour Package 14D/13N
  • Loverly Laos Tour Package 14D/13N
  • Loverly Laos Tour Package 14D/13N
  • Loverly Laos Tour Package 14D/13N
  • Loverly Laos Tour Package 14D/13N
  • Loverly Laos Tour Package 14D/13N
  • Loverly Laos Tour Package 14D/13N
  • Loverly Laos Tour Package 14D/13N
  • Loverly Laos Tour Package 14D/13N
  • Loverly Laos Tour Package 14D/13N
  • Loverly Laos Tour Package 14D/13N
  • Loverly Laos Tour Package 14D/13N
  • Loverly Laos Tour Package 14D/13N
  • Loverly Laos Tour Package 14D/13N
  • Loverly Laos Tour Package 14D/13N
  • Loverly Laos Tour Package 14D/13N
  • Loverly Laos Tour Package 14D/13N
  • Loverly Laos Tour Package 14D/13N
  • Loverly Laos Tour Package 14D/13N
  • Loverly Laos Tour Package 14D/13N
  • Loverly Laos Tour Package 14D/13N
  • Loverly Laos Tour Package 14D/13N
  • Loverly Laos Tour Package 14D/13N
  • Loverly Laos Tour Package 14D/13N
  • Loverly Laos Tour Package 14D/13N
  • Loverly Laos Tour Package 14D/13N
  • Loverly Laos Tour Package 14D/13N
  • Loverly Laos Tour Package 14D/13N
  • Loverly Laos Tour Package 14D/13N
  • Loverly Laos Tour Package 14D/13N
Luang Prabang - Nong Khiaw – Muang Ngoi – Phonsavanh - Vang Vieng – Vientiane – Pakse - Wat Phou – 4000 islands

Day 1: Luang Prabang On Arrival, Phousi Mountain & night market (Meals: N/A)
On arrival you will be picked up by our driver from the airport and transferred to your centrally located hotel.
If you arrive Luang Prabang early enough and your feel more energetic - We highly recommend you to take the Optional Tour to Mount Phou si and Night Market. At 4.30pm you will be picked up by our tour guide, we will visit Phousi mountain. Rising 150 meters above the center of town, Mount Phousi cuts a distinctive figure on the Luang Prabang skyline. The hill is popular as a place to watch the sunset over the Mekong River. From the summit you can enjoy a spectacular 360 degree outlook across the city and its many temples, and out over the surrounding landscape to the mountains in the distance. Count on spending a couple of hours for the climb and descent, with several stops to see the temples, rest under the shady trees and admire the magical views. After visiting Phousi mountain, our tour guide will lead you to visit the Night market with a hundred stalls.
The products range from chess games in ornamental stone to silk scarves, passing by embroidery, sculpture, more or less real opium pipes, portrayals of Buddha in all imaginable forms, local paintings done around the symbolic Buddhist representations, etc. It is a place where you must go and where bargaining is often very colorful…
Both tours will finish in the main street of Luang Prabang, where there are many options for you to enjoy dinner by yourself.
Overnight: Hotels in Luang Prabang, Laos (Hotel options)

Day 2: Slow Boat to Pak ou cave, Whisky & Weaving traditional Village, Laos Buffalo Farm and Kuang Si falls (Meals:B,L)
At 7:30 am you will meet with a tour guide and embark on your adventure on a private boat cruise upstream the Mekong River. After your cruise (Approx. 1.5 hour) with a brief stop in a Rice Wine making village, you will arrive at Pak Ou Caves. Pak Ou is not only a particular destination but also a place which shelters historic cultural values. Visiting the cave, you will see that this is the home to thousands of Buddhist statues with numerous dimensions. After visiting the cave by slow boat we arrive back into Luang Prabang, you will then be transported by bus to experience the Lao Buffalo Dairy Farm, an inspiring nonprofit organization.
Led by your tour guide, you have the chance to feed the chickens, pigs, buffalos and of course you even have an opportunity to milk a buffalo! After the tour it is time for lunch, whilst enjoying the glorious mountain views your lunch will include a dessert of buffalo ice cream and choice of a delicious cake! We continue to the breathtaking Kuang Si waterfalls, the largest in the Luang Prabang. Whilst contemplating the natural beauty, you have the opportunity to take a refreshing swim. Transfer back to hotel in Luang Prabang 
Overnight: Hotels in Luang Prabang, Laos (Hotel options) 

Day 3: Alms giving ceremony, half day Luang Prabang Temples City Tour; Luang Prabang – Nong Khiaw Approximate 130km -3Hrs (Meals: B)
Rise early to the sound of the temple gong, then join your guide for a walk through the quiet streets to watch the daily procession of three hundred young monks walking silently by, collecting sticky rice and other foods in their bronze bowls. The ritual is linked to a Buddhist tradition in which monks beg for their daily food as a way to demonstrate humility. Alms giving is an important religious act in Buddhism and it must be carried out respectfully by locals and tourists alike. If you would like to be involved in the offering of food, your guide will be more than happy to show you the best way to interact with monks. After this wonderful experience you will be transferred back to the hotel for breakfast.
Being picked up from your hotel then taking the car for the tour to the nearby morning market is very popular for fresh vegetables, fish from the Mekong River, medicinal plant and other curiosity. 
From there cross: – The Wat Mai Suwannaphumaram Monastery built in the late 18th century founded by King Anurat (r. 1795-1817) in 1796 and restored in 1821 by King Manthatourat. 
Walk to: – The Royal Palace Museum called as Haw Kham the Golden Hall, builds between 1904-1909 blend of Laotian and French Beaux Arts architectural as the new official royal residence for the monarchs of Luang Prabang and converted into a Museum in 1976.
Discover the Colonial Architecture, on the way to Wat Xieng Thong temple, it is one of the most beautiful temples in the town. Wat Xieng Thong Ratsavoravihanh was built in 1560 - 16th century by The King Setthathilat to commemorate the memory of the Chanthaphanith and Jataka stories from Buddhist cosmology. Xieng Thong Ratsavoravihanh the "Golden City or Golden Tree Monastery" is the most historically significant and impressive of Luang Prabang's temples, a typical Lao Architecture of Luang Prabang.
Next, we visit Ock Pop Tok Living Craft Centre - the perfect place to learn more about the fascinating world of Lao textiles and handicrafts.
Then, we go to UXO Lao Visitors Centre. In here, you will have a chance to visit and watch some wonderful short movies about the unexploded ordnance, for what Lao PDR is the most heavily bombed country, per capita, in history.
12:00: Comeback hotel and enjoy lunch
14:00 Moving to Nong Khiaw by minivan
17:00 Arrival Nong Khiaw, check in hotel
Overnight: Hotels in Nong Kiaw Laos (Hotel options)

Day 4: Full day Visiting Muong Ngoi & Kayaking to 1000 Tadmok Limestone Waterfalls (Meals:B,L)
We pick you up at 8.30am and cruise in a traditional long boat for 1.5 hours up the scenic and peaceful Nam Ou river on our way to Muang Ngoi village. The scenery along the way will give you a sense of tranquility as you pass animals bathing and villagers fishing and going about their daily routines.
In Muang Ngoi we have time to have a look around the village which has become a bit of a travelers retreat with local cafes sprinkled along the one road that the village is built around. We venture out to a nearby cave where people lived during the Secret War. We will enjoy your tasteful picnic lunch overlooking the river.
After lunch, we kayak downstream on the gentle Nam Ou river for 2 hours where you can admire the mountains and jungle, passing small villages before we stop at Sopkong village.
We have a simple walk across the countryside and panoramic rice paddies and through the jungle on our way to the attractive and refreshing Tadmok limestone waterfall. We have a snack here and the chance to cool off and swim in the natural pool at the base of the waterfall. Bring your swimsuit as there is a basic bamboo changing room nearby.
After 30 minutes we trek back to the village and enjoy another relaxing scenic slow boat ride returning to Nong Khiaw about 4.00pm.
Overnight: Hotels in Nong Kiaw Laos (Hotel options)

Day 5: Full day trekking & zipline (Meals:B)
After breakfast in the hotel, we depart from your hotel at 8:30 am and head 12 Km east to the starting point, where we will start to trek. The trail passes through a bamboo forest and jungle, giving us the chance to hear and see wildlife (around 20 min trek), until we reach the Zipline area.
We will enjoy the sensation of being weightless in our 6 Zip-lines through the jungle (up to 340 meters long). Once we get to the middle point of our adventure, we will take a short trek to an old hospital used in the Indochina war. Before stopping for lunch we have some new challenges with abseiling, sky-high walk, V rope-bridges and a rope bridge and nets (up to 150 m long and around 65 m high).Then a delicious Lao style lunch is provided. This lunch will be enjoyed at a scenic spot next to a waterfall.
After lunch we will head to our Tarzan swing. Finally we will arrive at our highlight with our longest, fastest and most exhilarating Zip-line (400 m long) followed by three more flights through the jungle.
Finally, we will walk across bamboo bridges, pass through rice paddies and enjoy the spectacular views of the surrounding mountainous landscape (approx. 40 min) before approaching the end point and returning to hotel
Overnight: Hotels in Nong Kiaw Laos (Hotel options)

Day 6: Nong Khiaw – Xieng khouang by flight, only on Mon, Web, Fri (Meals:B) 
6:30am we start moving to Luang Prabang airport to check in
11:10 Fly to Xieng Khoang
Enjoy lunch by yourself.
About 2pm, we visit Jar Site 1, the largest site, containing over 300 jars, before returning to your hotel by late afternoon. 
Overnight: Hotels in Xieng Khouang Laos (Hotel options)

Day 7: Full day Visit Plan of Jar (Meals: B,L)
Morning after breakfast - Pick up at the hotel then we get a feel for the local lifestyle in the Central Market. Then visit the UXO MAG Exhibition Room. We then transfer out to the picturesque Jar Site 2, and the impressive Jar Site 3, consisting over around 150 jars located on top of a hill, offering great views over the surrounding countryside.  And then drive out to the ancient town of Muang Khoun, the former provincial capital, where you can explore the ruins of a number of ancient pagodas in the Lanna style That Fun sputa and Wat Phiawat, a ruined temple containing a huge sitting Buddha.   
Enjoy lunch and moving to Vang Vieng in afternoon
Overnight: Hotels in Vang Vieng Laos (Hotel options)

Day 8: Full day Vang Vieng: Full day Pha Ngern viewpoint & Tham Phu Kham Cave & Blue Lagoon, Kayaking on Nam Song river (Meals:B,L)
At 7:00am you will be picked up by the tour guide. On arrival in Pha Ngern you will start the climb to the Pha Ngern viewpoint - 650m (approx. 45-60mins). Once you reach the top you will find the most spectacular views, with picturesque landscape views over the paddy fields that “pop” out in clear view from their flat surroundings. From the top you will also witness a sea of clouds cuddling rocky mountain peaks. After the trek, We will travel to Tham Phu Kham Cave and Blue Lagoon. Tham Phu Kham Cave and Blue Lagoon is an improvised eco-water park in a scenic village close to Vang Vieng. Observe sharp stalactites and stalagmites as you descend down steep walls to reach the largest hall of the cave, which holds the bronze statue of a reclining Buddha, with several other smaller Buddha images revered by locals. The green-blue waters of the lagoon outside the cave provide a beautiful relaxation spot, as well as the opportunity to relive your younger years as you jump off a tree into the water. During your tour you can also try your hand at abseiling one of the water slides.
We enjoy lunch in Blue Lagoon and continue with kayaking. A quick drive 10km North to the ethnic Khmu village of Viengsamay. After an introduction to the basics of kayaking you will set off down the beautiful Nam Song River. From here you will continue traveling downstream to Tham None (Sleeping cave), which is one of the biggest caves in Vang Vieng and served as a rescue shelter for the villagers during the Second Indochina War. Today it is home to a family of bats and the ‘Magic Stone’ of Vang Vieng. The final leg of the journey is a gentle paddle which will return you back to Vang Vieng, hopefully just in time to catch the sunset.
Overnight: Hotels in Vang Vieng Laos (Hotel options)

Day 09: Vang Vieng to Vientiane (Approx 130 km day) – Buddha Park (Meals:B)
Today after breakfast, at 8:00am you will be transferred to Vientiane. Upon arrival you will check-in to the hotel and then you can enjoy lunch and a short rest. 
At 2:30pm, we will visit Buddha Park, take a stroll around the Buddha Park (Xieng Khuan), filled with more than 200 Buddhist and Hindu statues. The tranquil setting along the Mekong River is a contrast to the slightly eccentric sculptures built in 1958 by a Laos shaman. The concrete sculptures are unique and intriguing, sitting majestically in the peaceful park. 
Overnight: Hotels in Vientiane Laos (Hotel options)

Day 10: Half Vientiane city tour, Vientiane - Pakse (Meals: B)
You will be picked up at your hotel in Vientiane at 8:00 am and begin at the serene Wat Sisaket, the only temple left intact after the Siamese (Thai) invasion in 1828. It is one of the most beautiful temples in the capital, and its breezy teak covered hallways are filled with thousands of miniature Buddha statues.
Continue on to the nearby Wat Phra Keo. Used as a religious museum, Wat Phra Keo displays a collection of both Lao and Khmer works of art. Also nearby is the Presidential Palace. Although you are not allowed to visit inside, it is a good glimpse into the town’s colonial past as this building formerly served as the French governor’s palace. 
Visit COPE, an association working to help landmine victims. A visit to the center provides in-depth information about the history of the American/Vietnam war and the lasting impact of unexplored ordinances (UXO) in the area and the efforts underway to clear them.
Continue to the Patuxay monument, Laos’ version of the Arc de Triomphe, where you can climb the stairs to the roof for sweeping panoramic views of the city. Next, your tour takes you to That Luang, the holiest site in Laos. Constructed by King Setthethirat in the 16th century, the temple is resplendent as the sun shines upon its towering golden spire. 
When the tour ends, you will be transferred back to your hotel.
1:30pm transfer to airport and fly to Pakse about 5:15pm, check in hotel 
Overnight: Hotels in Pakse Laos (Hotel options)

Day 11: Full day discover Bolaven and Tad Yuang waterfall, Tad Fane waterfall, Pakse – Done Khong (Meals:B,L)
Depart from your hotel on request this tour takes in the full circuit of the Bolaven Plateau. As soon as you leave Pakse the road climbs in elevation as you ascend onto the Plateau. The area of Volcanic Rock makes for suburban tea and coffee plantations which thrive on the rich soil and the cooler climate. Visit tea and coffee plantations and learn about their processing before carrying on to Tad Fane Waterfall. Tad Fane waterfall sits at an elevation of 1100m and has two stunning cascades dropping 120m off the edge of the plateau.A further 2km from Tad Fane which makes for a pleasant walk or drive through the coffee plantations is Tad Yuang Waterfall which makes a great spot for a swim or a photo. Continue north along the Plateau traveling past Paksong and into Salavan Province. The next stop is the Katu Village of Kok Pungtai where you can learn about this ethnic group and their tradition of building their coffins before they die. Enjoy lunch before visiting Tad Lo.From Tad Lo spend your time at the waterfall or take an optional walk to a Laven Village about 2km upstream of Tad Lo. Here you will learn about the culture of this tribe and their focus on the centre of the village for spiritual worship. Although you may be tempted to stay on in this stunning place there is one more village stop on this circuit before arriving in Pakse. The ethnic village of Lao Ngam is home of the Katu people and has a strong tradition of silk weaving, the many beautiful clothes on show are for sale and make great souvenirs. You can also watch the local women weaving the cloth.
Overnight: Hotels in Pakse Laos (Hotel options)

Day 12: Visit Wat Phou; Pakse – 4000 islands (Meals:B,L)
Enjoy this morning at leisure. At 8am we start visiting Wat Phou.
9:00am: Visit Wat Phou – UNESCO World Heritage Site. Wat Phou (meaning ‘mountain temple’), is situated on a hillside and offers stunning views over the surrounding land and Mekong River. Visitors who appreciate art and history will be amazed by the magnificent workmanship in this ruined Khmer temple complex in the form of temple pillars, barays, lintels, pediments, terrace, courtyard, walls, doorways, sanctuary, shrine, library and palaces.
Enjoy lunch in local restaurant
After lunch we continued our journey to a 4000 islands tour cruise downstream passing Don Som, Don Det to see great views on the river, many fishermen fishing by net, animals and people working on the river bank until Don Khone. 
We have a short trek to Somphamid (Lii Phii Mekong waterfall) on the way to the waterfall stop on the old bridge. It is a link between 2 islands Don Det and Don Khone since the French colonial era for the railway, the old locomotive and visiting the temple after lunch at a local restaurant.
In the afternoon, drive to visit the great waterfall - the pearl of Mekong calls “Khonephapheng” 130kms to the south.
After that driving back to Donkong Island for overnight 
Overnight: Hotels in 4000 islands Laos (Hotel options)

Day 13: Don kong (Don Khong)  island drive back to Pakse international airport (Meals:B)
In this morning after breakfast we check out and get on our Bus to travel back to Pakse International Airport take next flight to other destination from Pakse airport. 
You can also continue travel from Donkong to Cambodia or Thailand as below
Don Khong Laos to Stung Treng cambodia 109km (2.5 hours) Via Nong Nok Khiene Border Crossing (Laos Cambodia Border)
Don Kong Laos to Siem Reap cambodia 405km (7.5 hours) Via Nong Nok Khiene Border Crossing (Laos Cambodia Border)
Don Khong Laos to Ubon Ratchathani Thailand 280km (4.5 hours) Via Chong Mek Customs House (Laos- Thailand Border)
Pakse Laos to Ubon Ratchathani Thailand 134km (2.5 hours) Via Chong Mek Customs House (Laos- Thailand Border)

Don Khong Island Laos, Pakse Laos,  Nong Nok Khiene Border Crossing ( Laos Cambodia Border ), Chong Mek Customs House ( Laos- Thailand Border ) Wat Phou, Pakse 4000 Islands

Price: US$1264/pax
Min booking group: 2pax

Hotel Options:
Standard package:
Luang Prabang: Villa Pumalin
Nong Khiaw: Viewpoint resort
Phonesavanh: Phou Luang Hotel
Vang Vieng: Sansan resort
Vientiane: Vientiane Golden Sun hotel
Pakse: Pakse hotel & Restaurant 
4000 islands: Senesothxuen hotel

+ Flight ticket Luang Prabang to Xieng Khouang (Laoskyway airline) & Vientiane to Pakse (Laoskyway), Pakse to Siem Reap (Laosairline)
+ Airport transfers in Luang Prabang, Vientiane, Pakse
+ Transportation with A/C during tour
+ English speaking guide during tour
+ Meal as mentioned: B= Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner
+ Boat trip a mentioned
+ Accommodation with A/C, bathtub & shower onboard
+ All entrance fees during the tour
+ Insurance on-board.
+ Mineral water bottles, Tax and service charges.

- Visa fees and requirements 
- Optional activities/tours 
- Personal expenses
- Travel insurance (Mandatory)
- Beverages, International Insurance 
- Tips, Personal Expenses & Others not clearly mentioned above

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