These itineraries are designed to give you some suggestions for what is possible when you travel in Laos, and they showcase some of the routes that we’ve found work particularly well.
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Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam and Thailand
Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Luang Prabang, Vat Phou and Angkor Wat.
Enjoy river cruising in Laos and Vietnam.
Explore the vibrant cities of Phnom Penh and Saigon.
Experience the full flavor of life surrounding the Mekong in Indochina.
Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos and Thailand
Spend a night on a traditional junk cruising among the limestone scenery of Halong Bay.
Explore the fascinating towns of Hoi An and Hue.
Barter at the bustling markets in the Mekong Delta.
Explore the incredible Temples of Angkor.
Discover Buddhist culture in Luang Prabang.
Laos, Cambodia and Thailand
Soak up the culture in Vientiane; one of Southeast Asia's sleepiest capital cities.
Explore the stunning scenery of central Laos, including caves of Kong Lor and Xe Bang Fai.
Enjoy an unforgettable experience, camping under the stars in Nam Theun National Protected Area.
Follow the old 'Angkor Road', taking in the temples of Wat Phou, Preah Vihear, Banteay Srei and of course, Angkor Wat.
Cambodia, Vietnam and Laos
Take in five of Indochina's UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Spend time with elephants outside of Luang Prabang.
Try your hand at traditional farming in Hoi An.
Kayak and bike surrounded by Lan Ha Bay's majestic scenery.
Explore the majestic temples of Angkor with a scavenger hunt.
Laos and Thailand
Spend a day cruising down the upper Mekong.
Explore Muang La and learn about Laos' ethnic minority groups.
Explore Luang Prabang's old UNESCO Heritage town.
Discover the secrets behind some of Thailand's best loved cuisine in Bangkok.
Visit the elephants of Chiang Rai.
Vietnam and Laos
Explore the frenetic Vietnamese capital and sample some of the country's best loved street food.
Journey through the rarely visited and strikingly beautiful Ha Giang region of Vietnam. Here you will explore the history and culture of the Dao and Hmong minority people.
Trek your way through Hoang Su Phi and Sapa as well as taking a cable car to the highest point in Indochina — Mount Fansipan.
Wander through the old battlefields of Dien Bien Phu and learn about Vietnam's greatest ever military victory.
In Laos you will take one of the most rewarding river journeys in the region followed by some time in remote Phongsali.
End with some luxury at Muang La Lodge and some time in UNESCO recognized Luang Prabang.
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Laos walking vacations: Indochina's remote backwaters
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Laos is often overlooked: and therein lies its beauty. You can travel to isolated regions that really are remote and fall into an unhurried pace of life that has changed little in centuries. Our specialists have journeyed to outlying national parks, far-flung caves and secluded villages to find the best places to visit.View this travel guide
Luxury vacations in Laos
If you're planning a luxury vacation to Laos we have a wide range of accommodations available. Our specialists can recommend the best places to stay to ensure you have a trip to remember.View this travel guide
Exploring the far north of Laos
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