Laos

 
  • Hiking in the Land of Million Elephants

    Through the jouney, we encourage to meet and contact directly with the local people of Laos. Alternating boat trips, walks and nights homestay, this trip will provide another way to explore northern Laos. An authentic picture of Laos not to miss!

     
  • Luang Prabang biking

    Biking tour will introduce you the hidden secrets of Luang Prabang city. Taking this tour, you will get fascinate experience,  more chance to get closer to local people and also enrich the knowledge of Laos culture.
     

     
  • Insight into LuangPrabang

    LuangPrabang is the former capital city of Laos, and considered the most romantic town in Southeast Asia.Its tranquil streets and splendidly decorated royal temples make it a a wonderful travel destination. It is also the biggest Buddhist centre in Laos.

    As the sun rises in LuangPrabang, its warming glow wakes the town up with a procession of saffron robed monks who begin their timeless custom of collecting alms in the early morning hours. The silent shuffle of monks and humble offerings from the locals allows great insight into the role of Buddhism in Laotian culture.

     

    An exotic experience to be found nowhere but LuangPrabang!

     

     
  • Laos, Land of Diversity

    The ancient kingdom of the “Millions of Elephants” is world renowned mainly for its awe-inspiring nature full of rugged mountains, impressive waterfalls and the mighty Mekong River winding its way through the slim country.

     

     
  • Laos Highlights

    This six day circuit is Asiatica Travel’s most popular tour . On this journey you have the opportunity to discover the highlights of Vientiane capitalbefore heading on to explore LuangPrabang, the old city listed as a World Heritage by UNESCO.

    You will visit WatSisaket with its thousands of miniature Buddha statues, the former royal temple WatHorPrakeo, the Patuxay monument and take a boat trip on Nam Ou River to explore Pak Ou Cave and admire the beautiful Khuang Si Waterfall.

     

    Explore the scenic beauty of Vientiane and LuangPrabang!

     

     
  • Explore Laos Overland

    On this tour you will discover the stunning natural beauty and fascinating Buddhist culture of tranquil Laos. Starting in Vientiane, the capital of Laos located along the Mekong River, you will have the perfect opportunity to learn about Buddhist culture during visitsof some ancient temples likeWat Ho Prakeo, WatSisakeo or the Buddha Park and That LuangStupa. Then a short flight north will take you to LuangPrabang, one of Asia's most beautiful towns with its glittering temples, saffron-robed monks and sleepy riverside lifestyle. From here you will visitKhuang Si Waterfall about 30km further south. The highlight of this tour is an incredible cruise on Luangsay boat upstream the legendary Mekong River from LuangPrabang to Houeisay. 

     
  • Code: LCT05
    4000 Islands

    Part of the legendary majesty  Mekong River, Si Phan Don translating to 4000 Islands makes for an attractive traveler’s destination of stunning natural beauty. You will visit the impressive KhonePhapheng  andLiphi Waterfall on the largest island here, and take a boat ride through the caves to get to know the daily life of people living on the Mekong River. En route to the 4000 Islands, you will stop to visit the archeological, ruins of WatPhu that pre-date Angkor Wat. This is a stunning temple recognized as a World Heritage Site in 2001 by UNESCO. A further stop willtheBolevan Plateau, home to numerous waterfalls, lush scenery, tribal villages, and unexplored corners.

     

    Don's miss this wonderful opportunity to explore Laos’ countryside!

     

     
  • From the border to the ancient capital

    In only five days, you will travelfrom the border of Laos and Vietnam to the former Laotian capital LuangPrabang via MuongNgoi, taking boat trips on the Nam Ou River. LuangPrabangwas once the residence of the country’s kings.

     
  • Code: LOB02
    Amazing Laos

    This circuit allows you to delve into the northern and central region of Laos.

    A quiet and peaceful city, with a mixture of huge colonial buildings and ancient temples that blend with the colors of the daily markets, Vientiane is one of the best urban destinations for visitors. AtXiengKhoang’s Plain of Jars you can explore the remains of a prehistoric period in the region. Finally, LuangPrabang, a small town with easy access to its main sights, will offer you unforgettable memories of its magnificent World Heritage Sites: WatVisoun the oldest temple in LuangPrabang, the famous and controversial WatAham, the stunning WatXieng Thong and many more. You can also climb the 328 steps of Mount Phousi to admire a panoramic view of the valley that houses LuangPrabang and stroll through the aisles of the local ethnic market at your leisure. 

     

     
  • Laos from North to South

    Laos, known as the "Land of a Million Elephants" is an intriguing destination in South East Asia. Travelers will discover the intensity of Laotianlife on boat trips down the Mekong and experience the warm hospitality of the people here.

     

     

     
  • Laos’ Secret Treasure

    On this tour you will get a panoramic view of the beautiful scenery and long history of Laos. Ancient temples, architectural monuments, ancient cities, villages, natural sites of beauty, all tell beautiful stories of Laos and its people.

    The quiet and charming capital Vientiane with its many architectural masterpieces, VangVieng, a small town nestled on the banks of Nam Song River and a landscape of plains, mountain peaks and calm rivers, LuangPrabang, and its sleepy environment surrounded by steep mountains and natural wonders are all destinations on this incredible trip. 

     

    This trip promises to be unforgettable and filled with impressive sights!

     

     

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Testimonial

Mrs. Helen
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Traveled from 07 Oct 2013 to 18 Oct 2013

"We returned home safely and just wanted to tell you how much we enjoyed our journey in Vietnam. We are all so happy and better informed about life in Vietnam after the trip you so carefully organised for us."

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