Laos Adventure Tours

Laos Adventure Tours

You are seeking for real adventures where all infrastructure is at beginning and unpredictable changes that challenge your adaption skills, Laos can offer you all. We here guarantee your safety while each adventure is a surprise
Laos Adventure Tours
5 Days
Route: Luang Prabang - Cycling – Homestay - Trekking to Hmong & Khamu Village - kayaking Nam Khan River - Luang Prabang – Pak Ou Cave
  • Awesome scenery while trekking through remote and beautiful bamboo forest
  • Enjoy a relaxing lunch under a natural waterfall after hiking via dense forest
  • Fantastic kayaking on the Nam Khan River at introductory, leisure grading
  • Stop for visiting to stunning Pak Ou Cave whilst enjoying the ancient capital of Laos, Luang Prabang
  • Authentic homestay at local villager's house
Grading:
Activities: Multi Activities
Country: Laos
11 Days
Route: Yangon (Myanmar) - Inle lake - Kyaing Tong - Keng Tung - Pakbeng (Laos) - Luang Prabang
  • Visit Golden Triangle, once the most dangerous place of the world.
  • Boat ride downstream Mekong and stop at an inter-junction of 3 countries: Laos, Myanmar and Thailand
  • Explore the best lake of Myanmar, Inle
  • Pre-visit with top trekking at Kyaing Tong & Keng Tung
  • Post-visit with must-seen, Luang Prabang
  • Trek Pak Ou cave with its amazing limestone cliff
Grading:
Activities: Trek-Walk
Country: Myanmar & Laos
7 Days
Route: Luang Namtha - Khmu forest camp - Akha forest camp - Peang Ngam Village - Nam Lai Village - Chaluen Sook Village - Ban Nam Goy Village - Luang Namtha
 

Grading:
Activities: Trek-Walk
Country: Luang Namtha
7 Days
Route: Luang Prabang - Udomxai - Lyzyzo Village - Roma Village - Phongsali - Muang Khua - Muang Ngoi - Luang Prabang
  • Awesome scenery along your trek trails
  • Combination of jungle trails and village roads
  • Admire the infamous Pak Ou Cave or Tham Ting
  • Home-stay in tribal villages
  • Cruise on the mighty Mekong River and boat ride from Nam Ou River to Muang Khua

Grading:
Activities: Trek-Walk
Country: Laos
29 Days
Route: Yangon - Lashio - Hsipaw - Pyin Oo Lwin - Mandalay - Bagan - Heho - Kalaw - Yangon – Hanoi - Kayaking Halong Bay - Mai Chau – Na Meo border crosing – Vieng Xay - Xam Nua – Xieng Khoang - Luong Prabang – Vang Vieng - Vientiane
  • Adventure to the most hidden lands of Indochina: Myanmar, Laos and Vietnam
  • Multi active activities including: soft trek, kayaking, camping, biking and homestay with some easy intervals for anyone can join
  • Capture the bests of Myanmar, Laos and awesome Halong bay in Vietnam
  • Private, customizable to more or less physical level
Grading:
Activities: Multi Activities
Country: Myanmar, Vietnam & Laos
7 Days
Route: Luang Prabang - Vang Vieng - Vientiane
  • Visit the cultural heritage Luang Prabang and Nahm Dong Park with attractive activities to get close to the nature
  • Explore the natural beauty of Vang Vieng and leisure boat trip on Nam Song River
  • Experience a full day city around Vientiane by the special local transport: Tuk Tuk
Activities: Kids Friendly
Country: Laos
4 Days
Route: Luang Prabang - Pak Ou Cave - Kuang Si Waterfall
  • Explore the Luang Prabang Town by Vintage Tuk Tuk
  • Boat trip on Mekong River to visit Pak Ou caves and riverside villages
  • Deep in the nature at Kuang Si Waterfall and visit the Sun Bear Reserve
Activities: Kids Friendly
Country: Laos
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