Discover the unparalleled charm and rustic beauty of Laos in this adventure as you travel through the kingdom formerly known as Lang Xang: 'the Land of a Million Elephants'.
This extension is suitable for those who wish to visit some of the most exciting and iconic sights and cities in Laos. This extension is private and therefore not all meals are included, which gives you the opportunity to occasionally select your own dining venue, allowing you to immerse further into Laotian culture.
Upon arrival at Luang Prabang airport you will be met and transferred to your hotel.
Enjoy a walking tour through the Old Town. Later travel to Kuang Si Waterfalls, stopping at a H'mong village en route. After relaxing at the waterfalls, visit the Khmu Village in Ban Thapene on your return to Luang Prabang. (B,L)
Rise early to view the Buddhist ceremony of Takbat. Cruise along the Mekong River to the sacred Buddha caves at Pak Ou. Return to Luang Prabang, stopping en route at Ban Xieng Lek and Xang Khong villages. This evening watch a Ramayana performance. (B,L,D)
Visit the National Museum (closed Tuesdays) and Wat Mai before flying to Vientiane. This afternoon visit Wat Si Saket, Wat Phra Keo, That Luang Stupa and the Patuxai Victory Monument. (B)
After check-out this morning you will be transferred to Vientiane airport where your arrangements end. (B)
Places Visited: Luang Prabang (3N) - Vientiane (1N)
If the dates we have available for this tour don't suit your needs or you prefer travelling with your own personal guide, contact us to arrange this as a Private Tour.
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There are no dedicated Solo departures for this year. You can enjoy any of our tours with no Single Supplement on our Happy to Share option or explore the solo departures in other years.