Laos was once referred to as "The Land of a Million Elephants". Today is a great chance to get up-close with these majestic, gentle animals. Learn about the lives of elephants as well as conservation efforts underway to preserve the animal's natural habitats.
Kuang si waterfall or also called Tad Kuang xi falls, it is one of the must thing to visit in Laos, you can book tour to Kuang si falls from Luang Prabang, Laos
Though Don Det is an island in 4000 Island one of the farthest parts of Laos to the south, a border province between Laos and Cambodia, it has become popular from the large range of water activities offered and has become a young backpacker and payable traveler’s haven
The Tat Sae Waterfall, also referred to as the Tad Sae Waterfall are waterfalls located along a tributary of the Nam Khan River in Luang Prabang Province
Laos is a gem landlocked between Thailand to the west, Vietnam to the east, Cambodia to the south, and Myanmar and China to the north. Laos gets skipped a lot by the backpacker traveling through southeast Asia as its a bit more difficult
The impressive twin 120m waterfalls are located in the Dong Hua Sao National Park on the Bolaven Plateau. Many stops at the nearby Tad Fane resort to take photos and enjoy the view, but there are also treks available in the area that will bring you closer to the falls.
The Si Phan Don is a riverine archipelago in the Mekong River, Champasak Province in southern Laos. Si Phan Don is part of the Khong District, including the islands and part of the mainland in the east. Si Phan Don is dotted with numerous islands, half of which are submerged when the Mekong River is in flood.