Nong Khiau

Down by the riverside

Down by the riverside

13 DAYS / 12 NIGHTS
A gentle introduction to Laos with Luang Prabang before embarking on a more itinerant program making a loop embracing the Mekong and the Nam Ou rivers. The second part of the journey is actually an exploration of southern Laos. And the hyphen between these 2 distinct regions is without a doubt the Mekong. Lao people tend to live next to waterways and like them, you will venture in zones that either overlook or cruise these communication ways. Read more »
Great things never come from comfort zones

Great things never come from comfort zones

16 DAYS / 15 NIGHTS
This program is of particular appeal to those avid trekkers. You will venture in remote areas of northern Laos that are still relatively untouched. Accommodation consists of jungle camp sites, homestays or modest guest houses at best. Expect occasionally some Spartan conditions sharing the lives of your ethnic minority people hosts. The local guides will open gates of the cultures of these people who pretty much still live in self-sufficiency. If you are not afraid to get a bit dirty and you do not mind cold showers, this is certainly for you. The last 2 nights in Luang Prabang will be a treat. Read more »
Following road # 13

Following road # 13

21 DAYS / 20 NIGHTS
The ultimate trip to Laos. From Chiang Rai (Thailand), you start your journey by exploring northern Laos via the winding roads passing by Luang Namtha, Oudomxay, Muang La, Muang Khua, then down the Nam Ou River by pirogue to Nong Khiau. Then overland again to reach Luang Prabang. You will later drive the highly scenic ridges to reach the enigmatic Plain of Jars before heading to the Lao capital Vientiane via Vang Vieng. You then follow Road # 13 to the very south of Laos past Kong Lor Cave, Thakhek, Savannakhet, Pakse and Champassak province. A highly picturesque itinerary in perspective. Read more »
Where it all started: Lao historical trails

Where it all started: Lao historical trails

13 DAYS / 12 NIGHTS
This itinerary starts in Vientiane and finishes in Luang Prabang. In between, it will take visitors to the northeast corners of Laos, close to the Vietnamese border. The trip has been designed to suit perfectly to those travellers willing to understand today’s Laos by retracing the roots of its ancient and more recent history. This program is almost an “open book of Lao History”. The program also incorporates more contemporary aspects that will be experienced first-hand with notably a unique award-wining eco-responsible experience, the Nam Nern Night Safari, to spot endangered endemic wild tigers. Read more »
Magic encounters in northern Laos

Magic encounters in northern Laos

11 DAYS / 10 NIGHTS
From Luang Prabang, the UNESCO World Heritage town, start an exploration of less visited mountainous lands. Use navigable waterways like the Mekong and Nam Ou rivers to progress. Get a unique chance to wander around ethnic minority people villages where time seems to stand by. Know better the importance of the elephant in Lao culture. The country itself was literally named “LanXang”, meaning “Country of a Million Elephants”, before the French colons called it Laos. Read more »