Bucolic. Friendly. Unspoiled.
Wander the charming streets of Luang Prabang, one of Asia’s most entrancing cities.
Experience the mystical ambiance of the Pak Ou Caves, a popular Buddhist shrine and pilgrimage site.
Revel in the glittering temples and French-colonial flair of the national capital, Vientiane.
Explore the ancient ruins of the Khmer kingdom of Champasak, now a UNESCO site.
See the thousands of enigmatic stone monoliths that make up the Plain of Jars and confound archaeologists.
Sail a private boat up the Nam Ou River to visit the lush, remote Nong Khiaw region.
Explore authentic tribal villages by day and enjoy a plush eco-lodge by night in Muang La.
Journey to the far north of Laos to visit Chinese-influenced tribal communities in their villages.
Go hiking, canoeing or spelunking in the spectacular karst-dotted landscape near Vang Vieng.
Visit the coffee, rubber, banana and cardamom plantations that line the rich, fertile Bolaven Plateau.