A highlight of the day is trek aboard an elephant’s back through the jungle, over rivers and to beautiful waterfalls, Learn about the lives of elephants as well as conservation efforts underway to preserve the animal's natural habitats.
The Living Land Project was formed in response to the destructive methods of farming in Laos: slash and burn (swidden) culture, which leaves land overgrown with invasive shrubs (Lantana!) and weeds, preventing natural tree re-growth, and the extensive and indiscriminate use of insecticides..
This one day tour will bring you special chance to enjoy the scenery of Kuangsi waterfalls and study about the daily life of Hmong and Khmu people...
Luang Prabang, the old kingdom of Lane Xang was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1995 and knowing as the center of the religious life of Laos by a mystic atmosphere with some of 34 Buddhist temples and a hundreds of monk who comes out in every early morning for their traditional alms ritual..
Wat Visoun, the site of an impressive stupa, That Makmo, stylistically more Srilankalese than Lao. Then walk to the nearby Wat Aham, which is one of the city’s major tutelary shrines. Climb Wat Phousi hill for an outstanding view over the city. Continue to visit Wat Sene and Wat Xieng Thong
Meet up at your hotel and depart from Luang Prabang, head towards Ban Phanom village which is famous for it’s weaving. Take time to look around and learn about Lao textile weaving
Explore Luang Prabang on this half day walking tour. Granted UNESCO status for its fusion of traditional Lao and European colonial architecture, the pedestrian-friendly town is teeming with well-preserved Buddhist temples...
This was one of the best days ever! Our morning was spent with the elephants, riding them mahout-style or on the back seat. We also had the opportunity to take them into the river, scrubbing and washing ...
Luang Prabang Elephant Camp has become the place in Asia to get up close and personal with these friendly giants. Arriving at the Elephant Camp from various logging camps in Laos we have turned starved, beaten and over worked Elephants into healthy, relaxed and happy Elephants..
It is a great way to get a glimpse of life along the river. Enjoying the screen of local life on both side of Mekong river. The tour end up with a fresh and cool water swimming with hundred of beautiful photos made by you at one of the most beautiful waterfall in the world...
Enjoying the spectator screenerary on both side of Mekong river bank and also taking the advantage of studying more about Elephant with chance to ride or bathing them
This tour combines biking and kayaking on the way to one of the most stunning waterfalls in Northern Laos. You get out of Luang Prabang on the mountain bike. The dirt road will lead you through thick forests along the Nam Khan River..
Visit all must-see places in Luang Prabang in only one day by bus. Visiting Pak Ou cave (Buddha cave) Lao – Lao traditional whisky village and Kuang si falls – the waterfall to beat all waterfalls.
A great opportunity to enjoy the screen of local life on both side of Mekong River and elephant riding in jungle, mountains and the beautiful scenery. Besides, you will visit Pak Ou cave...
Sunset in Luang Prabang leaves a lasting impression on travelers, often becoming one of their most memorable experiences. It is not just pretty skies but that is also certainly part of the magic time of the day to captures the mood and feeling of the entire this place. It’s the golden light on the mountains...
This Tour brings you to two most famous places in Luang Prabang: Pak Ou cave and Kuang Si waterfalls. 2.5 Hours kayaking from Nam Ou river to cave is also long enough for anyone like kayaking.
This one day trip is about taking you up the hills to remote villages occupied by Hmong and Khmu tribes. Learn about their culture, wear and daily life activities
Kayaking on white water rapids “Rapids up to class V on Nam Ou River”, enjoy the beautiful scenery and see the local life with the river.
Experience a profound Buddhist tradition by joining the morning almsgiving in Luang Prabang, offing food to a procession of monks...
A cooking class with a difference! Join us in the Luang Prabang Best Class with picturesque lakeside pavilions. You’ll cook Lao food and learn about the habits and customs at the heart of Laos Cuisine
In the early cool of the morning, walk downtown through quiet streets to Join in or watch the daily procession of young monks walk by silently, collecting sticky rice and try Local Food / Snack & coffee in the local morning market..
Experience a peaceful morning Alms Giving across the Mekong and a scenic cultural cruise to Pak Ou Caves. One of the most cherished holy destinations in Lao ...
A great opportunity to enjoy elephant riding in jungle, mountains and the beautiful scenery. Visiting Pak Ou cave (Buddha cave) Lao – Lao traditional whisky village and Kuang si waterfalls..
With two options of cruise, including Visit to Pak Ou cave - Lunch on boat or other option of Mekong sunset cruise with traditional dance and dinner on boat
Luang Prabang is the world cultural heritage city that Laos is so well known for. From its temples to its natural beauty, there is so much to explore within it that it would take days to experience it all. This tour will give you half a day in the city and will get you its most essential, vibrant temples and...
Following by a training safety riding Zip Line with our experience guide and start climb up to the higher trees for 13 stations and 900 meters of Zip Line down to the Valley
Discover the natural pool from the waterfall water spring , centenaries trees, the jungle vegetation, the tales of Hoi Khua waterfall and the local life style
Challenge your agility and using your balance with a Rope course loop of 14 stations to challenge your friends or yourself with 13 different bridges and obstacles then enjoy the fresh air with 11 stations and 900 meters of Zip Line down to the Valley
You should not worry if you have no experience, because the teacher is actually fixing all the mistakes you do and also looking after the form of the knife. So at the end it looks awesome!
An excellent way to experience a local handicraft and learn more about Laos culture, Lao weavers are known for producing intricate fabric in Home-spun silk and cotton most notably. there are a lot of types of weaving in Laos and some of the best silk weaving would be...
When you don't have enought time but there are plenty must see place. so please do not worry lets choose this option then your guide will take you to as much plase as possible but for sure that you will not miss Kuang Si Waterfall..
Arriving at the Elephant Camp from various logging camps in Laos we have turned starved, beaten and overworked Elephants into healthy, relaxed and happy Elephants..
Discover one of Laos' most predominant sources of employment and trade as you learn to fish with an experienced local. Spend the day perfecting your technique as you cast a net out to capture fish for a delicious and fresh meal by the Nam Ou River
A social enterprise supporting and educating Laos farmers in using their buffalo for milk, caring for buffalo and pigs, encouraging the raising of rabbits and overall working towards solving the massive malnourishment of 44% of children by providing sources of protein.. The trip including a visit to Kuang si ..