LAOS CRUISING HOLIDAY *OFF THE BEATEAN TRACK*

Duration

5 days

Location

Tour Type

Overview

Theme’s program
Cruise, family, Laos off the beaten track, nature, meet the locals....👇👇👇

Included/Exclude

  • Hotel
  • Van
  • Domestic flights
  • Visits
  • Guide
  • Meals
  • International flights
  • Tips for guide & driver
  • Personal spending
  • Drinks in the meal

Tour Plan

Upon your arrival at Pakse airport, you will be welcomed by your guide and drive to Tad Lo in the Bolaven Plateau via the road known as the "Coffee Route". Lunch on the road. After lunch, back on the road, stop in Tad Fan falls, and visit surrounding villages populated by minority ethnic groups. Breathtaking landscapes and unusual encounters with the locals. Back to Pakse. Dinner at a local restaurant. Night at hotel.
Travel through Route 13 to the historically significant PhaPheng waterfalls in order to explore the “Niagara of the East”. You will be driven to the Nakasang pier to board a small wooden boat, which will take you to Don Khone Island for lunch at a local restaurant on the banks of the river. Visit the old French railway, and the French colonial house and walk across the bridge that links Khone and Det Islands. After this fascinating glimpse into the not-so-distant past, your small wooden boat continues cruising among the 4,000 Islands to the Vat-Phou boat at Ban Dong Veuthong in Don Khong Island. At 17:30 pm, check into your cabin while the boat sets off. Enjoy a dinner onboard as the sun is setting.  We will dock the riverside for the night.
Breakfast is on board the Vat Phou boat as we set sail to Ban Deua Tia. You will walk through this small village, seeing centuries-old traditions still being used. Visit the school and share some time with the local students. The Vat Phou boat then continues to cruise north on the Mekong, past the island of Don Xai, and many other small islets in the river archipelago. Lunch is on the deck. All meals are included on the Vat Phou Mekong cruise and the galley produces the finest Laotian, Vietnamese, and Thai dishes. Late afternoon we disembark from the boat to walk through the village of Tomo and the mysterious Oum Muong forest temple, just a few minutes walk away. Dinner is aboard Vat Phou, then you have the rest of the evening to relax and enjoy the silence.
While enjoying breakfast on board, the Vat Phou continues its Mekong cruise to Champassak. The highlight this morning is the Vat Phou ruins – the majestic pre-Angkorian 10th-century temple complex and our boat’s namesake. After your visit to Vat Phou temple, you return to the boat for one last meal as we cruise to our final destination. A long-tail boat will return you to Pakse, arriving around 4.00 pm in the afternoon. End of the cruise. Transfer to the airport for your return flight.
Breakfast on board. Arrival to your city.

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