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The best of Laos

The best of Laos

  • 8 days 7 nights
  • Luang Prabang - Vientiane - Pakse - The 4000 Islands
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You will arrive at Luang Prabang, a sacred place, dotted with golden temples and populated by monks dressed in saffron robes. The city is located in a mountainous area on the Mekong River, and its religious monuments offer many opportunities to delight your eyes. You can spend the afternoon discovering the site on your own, at the relaxed pace of the Laotians.

The classic Laos

The classic Laos

  • 5 days 4 nights
  • Luang Prabang - Vientiane
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You will have the pleasure of sailing in the morning on the Mekong River to access the caves of Pak Ou. The inhabitants placed there Buddha representations from the sixteenth century, and thousands can be seen today. At nightfall, you can visit the night market to buy local handicrafts and souvenirs.

Laos with the family

Laos with the family

  • 6 days 5 nights
  • Luang Prabang – Cascadas de Kuang Si - Vientián – Parque de Buda
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Your children will be entertained a lot discovering the amazing and enigmatic statues of the Buddhas park located only 25 kilometers from Vientiane. The site originates from the eccentric idea of the monk Luang Pu Bunleua Sulilat, a very mystical shaman of Hinduism and Buddhism. They will take a look at the skeletal Buddhas in particular, and about a giant pumpkin with a demon head.

The essentials of Laos

The essentials of Laos

  • 7 days 6 nights
  • Luang Prabang - Plain of Jars - Xieng Khuang - Vang Vieng - Vientiane
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You will visit the mysterious site dotted with huge pots, from sunrise to noon. Little is known about these giant urns, because archaeologists have only recently been able to initiate their investigations. In the 1930s, a French scientist did preliminary work revealing that the jars were probably used for funerary purposes.