Laos - Sustainable Laos Private Tour
Things to Do
- Luang Prabang Night Market is a great place to check out some of the local crafts, and try some traditional food. Keep an eye out for BBQ chicken with sticky rice, delicious is an understatement.
- Near Vientiane is Wat Sisaket, a wonderful example of a Buddhist temple. Lined with thousands of miniature Buddhas, every morning the local people pray at the temple and offer food to the temple's monks.
- It isn't all temples and markets, Nam Ngum Lake is a glimpse into the incredibly beautiful scenery of Laos. it will make for some postcard-worthy photos too, as the horizon is dotted with gorgeous mist-coated mountains.
Best Time to Visit
Oct-Dec: Rain season runs from May to September, so once the drier weather sets in around October, the landscape will have a fresh green look to it. It does get busy during November, so we'd recommend travelling as early as possible. Temperatures should be warm, but not uncomfortable.
- International Flights & Taxes.
- Hotel accommodation in shared twin/double room.
- Meals as mentioned in the itinerary (B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner).
- Tours and transfers by private air-conditioned vehicle.
- English speaking local guide.
- All entrance fees as indicated in itinerary.
- Meals other than mentioned.
- Camera/video entrance fees.
- Personal expenses.
- Travel insurance, tips, visa for Laos.
- Other services not clearly indicated in the package inclusions.
Jennifer - "Laos is not yet as touristy as other Asian countries, so you really get a feel for the country when traveling and meeting locals, who are some of the friendliest and welcoming I have ever come across. Every smile that greets you is genuine with an honest interest in where you come from and what it is like back home."