Unique in the North of Laos 14 Days

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Unique in the North of Laos 14 Days

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Laos Tour Package 14 Days 13 Nights – Unique In The North of Laos

Untique in the North of Laos 14 days Itinerary – cover all main attractions in Laos in two weeks, our complete travel guide for fourteen days in laos…

  • Destination
  • Arriver
    Luang Prabang
  • Departure
  • Tour Code
  • Included
    Transfer by private air-conditioned vehicle
    English speaking guide
    Accommodation in twin or double shared rooms including breakfasts
    Boats for cruises
    Entrance fees for all sightseeings as mentioned on the program
    Lunches and dinners (L/D) mentioned
    Government taxes (VAT, etc.)
  • Not Included
    IInternational & Domestic flights and airport taxes
    VVisa for Laos
    IInsurance of travelers
    PPersonal expenses : Beverage, tips, etc...and all services not clearly mentioned.

Terms of tour

Our offers:
  • Free 1 bottle of water of 500 ml / person / day during road transfers.
  • Support 24/24 during the trip, from the office in Hanoi, by a dedicated customer agent.
Payment conditions:
  • A deposit of 40% of the total price is required before we process your booking .
  • An Additional deposit of 40% of the total amount is required 14 days before your arrival date.
  • The balance of 20% will be fully paid upon the customer’s arrival in cash or by credit card.
  • Bank charges related to the payment are borne by the customer.
Cancellation fees:
  • In more than 30 days prior to the trip departure: No charge
  • In 15-30 days prior to customer’s arrival: 10% charge
  • In 06-15 days prior to customer’s arrival: 30% charge
  • In 02-06 days prior to customer’s arrival: 60% charge
  • Within 02 days prior to customer’s arrival: 100% charge.
Day 1: Luang Prabang Arrival

Arrive Luang Prabang in Laos and take a private guided transfer to your hotel.

Meals on your own.

Overnight in Luang Prabang.

Day 2: Luang Prabang by Bike (B/L)

Luang Prabang is a charming ancient town, which was recognised as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO thank to its outstanding historical and cultural value.

Today we take our time to explore some of most important monasteries in town and the royal palace as well as the museum.

A special afternoon tour brings us to some more remote places and markets.

We learn about the history of Luang Phabang as well as about the kings family and their former life.

Dinner on your own.

Overnight in Luang Prabang.

Day 3: Elephant Riding & River Kayaking in Luang Prabang (B/L)

Leave the town after breakfast we will proceed to the Elephant Camp about 15 km out of town and in the middle of a green surrounding.

After crossing the small river we will be introduced to asian elephants and go out for a scenic ride. Enjoy the new perspective and the wonderful nature on this 1,5 hr ride.

Make our way through forests and along the Nam Khan River up to the waterfalls of Tad Sae. (in dry season we ride a village trail)

After a visit and lunch break we will be instructed for the soft 4-hr kayaking back into town.

Some easy rapids are along the way down to Luang Phabang and of course wonderful nature and great views.

Dinner on your own.

Overnight in Luang Prabang.

Day 4: Luang Prabang - Pak Ou - Camping At Kamu Lodge (B/L/D)

Board on a traditionnal Long River boat at Kamu Lodge pier at 08:30 am and take a leisurely cruise upstream while enjoying the refreshments served on the boat.

Marvel at the thousands of gold Buddha statues placed in sacred Pak Ou caves by devotees. Most people failed to marvel at Pak Ou towering limestone cliff.

Continue upriver and you would reach Kamu Lodge around noon. A Refreshing welcome drink is served. You can check into your super size tents with attached modern bathroom amenities and facilities. You will enjoy lunch in an airy SALA settled in the middle of rice paddy fields.

After lunch, you can choose to either relax or to enjoy the traditional Kamu lifestyles and activities such as rice planting and harvesting in surrounding rice fields, gold panning in the Mekong (anything you find is Yours!), traditional fishing techniques (you can sample your catch for dinner!), visit of the kamu village, archery contest.

Dinner is a feast by Kamu tribe standards. We want you to see the world from the Kamu's eyes.

After dinner, retire to your tent.

Overnight in Kamu Lodge.

Day 5: Kamu Lodge - Pakbeng (B/L) - 5 hours by boat

After breakfast, embark on traditional boat cruising upstream on the Mekong River. This part of the Mekong River is quite narrow and both banks of the rivers are bordered by amazing scenery of beautiful green forests and towering hills. The pace is very relaxed as we drift along the river in our boat, a perfect way to observe rural life close up.

Along the way, we make some stops to visit local hill tribe villages.

Arrive in Pakbeng in afternoon.

Overnight in Pakbeng.

Day 6: Pakbeng - Oudomxay - Nong Khiew (B/L) 240 km - 5 hours by car

240 km - 5 hours by car

We have an early start visiting the hill tribe market before leaving Pakbeng; we then begin our expedition, venturing into the mountainous and remote area in Northern Laos. The verdant and rugged mountain scenery combined with the colorful local population makes this an unforgettable experience.

Oudomxay province is residence to a mixture of 23 ethnic minority groups. We make a few rest stops along the way, which gives you the opportunity to see the ethnic minority groups of Hmong, Khmu, Akha and Taidam. The hill tribe people are unfailingly friendly; welcoming you with waving hands and smilling faces.

The journey to Nong Khiew leads us through areas with dramatic landscape. We will also visit the hilltribe villages of Hmong at Ban Jarong, Ban Songja, Khmu before arriving at Nong Khiow in late afternoon. Nong Khiow is a remote village situated by the KzOvernight banks of the river, across a dramatic valley the surrounding mountainous scenery is stunning.

Dinner on your own.

Overnight in Nong Khiew.

Day 7: Visit 100 Waterfalls (B/L)

Starting this adventure day with a peaceful boat ride on the Nam Ou river you will be able to explore a small Lao village along the river side, before heading into the newly discovered waterfalls. Learn about the villagers and their way of life along this river.

Walking through small streams and rice paddies you arrive at the bottom of the 100 waterfalls which have been first explored in October 2008! The next few hours you will see only water and jungle and hear the sound of clear waterfall cascades. The pools around you are very inviting for a refreshing splash.

Your guide will lead you through the cascades and prepare a local style lunch on the falls in the middle of amazingly green nature.

A small villagers trail on the top of the 100 waterfalls will lead us back down into the valley offering wide views over the landscapes of the Nam Ou valley.

Hiking back to the village we will have more time to see the daily life here on the Nam OU riverside village and than head back with a small boat which will bring us back to Nong Khiew.

Dinner on your own.

Overnight in Nong Khiew.

Day 8: Nong Khiew/Samnuea (B/L) 230 km - 5 hours by car

Start early this morning for drive to Sam Neua in Hua Phan Province. Today's journey is a long one through one of the most remote areas of Laos, but there is some wonderful scenery along the way. Reach Sam Neua by late afternoon.

Dinner on your own.

Overnight in Samnuea.

Day 9 : Samnuea Exploration (B/L)

We make a short trip after breakfast to Vieng Xai and explore the Vieng Xai cave used by the Pathet Lao during the 2nd Indochina war. This is the birthplace of modern Laos and the cave tour is historical and very unique.

After lunch, we take a short about 25 km towards the Vietnamese border for a look at the remote sections of Laos and then return to Xam Nua with a stop at the Xam Nua waterfalls. The area is really beautiful and full of remote villages.

Dinner on your own.

Overnight in Samnuea.

Day 10: Samnuea - Xiang Khoang (B/L)-260 km - 5h20' by car

Backtracking a little today, we make a short side trip on an unpaved road for about 12 km to Suan Hin, the Stone Henge of Laos for a look at the formations. They are in a beautiful forested area and this will be our only off road experience. Continuing along, we turn south and hope that the morning fog has lifted on highway 6 as the views are excellent.

We stop for lunch in Nam Neun, a small town in a deep valley and then ride on south.

Before we meet up with Highway 7, we’ll stop in at Piew Cave, site of an American rocket attack on a cave that killed numerous civilians during the war. We arrive in Phonsavan mid afternoon and check into our hotel.

Overnight in Xiang Khoang.

Day 11: Xieng Khoung - Vangvieng (B/L)-200 km - 4 hours by car

Breakfast at hotel, transfer out to visit Jar Site 1 and site 2 located on top of a hill offering great views of the surrounding countryside.

Then driving to the ancient town of Muang Khoun, the former provincial capital, where you can explore the ruins of a number of ancient pagodas in the Lanna style and Wat Phiawat, a ruined temple containing a huge sitting Buddha and Long drive to Vangvieng and visit local minorities villages along the way.

Free and easy for a superb view of limestone mountain and Namsong.

Dinner on your own.

Overnight in Vangvieng.

Day 12: Vang Vieng - Vientiane (B/L) 160 km - 3 hours by car

Experience the magnificence of Nam Ngum Lake and the mountainous surroundings while learning the significance of this artificially dammed lake that churns out hydroelectric power and revenue for the country. Revel in the natural scenery of this largest lake in Laos as you cruise slowly on the lake and observe fishermen in their daily activities. Gain further insights into local livelihoods at Ban Kheune’s salt mine and local market.

Overnight in Vientiane.

Day 13: Vientiane (B/L)

After breakfast, we see the major sights of the capital; including the oldest Wat Sisaket, the temple with thousands of miniature Buddha statues and the former royal temple of Wat Prakeo, which previously housed the famous Emerald Buddha Image. On the way to Lao’s national precious heritage, the famous and sacred structure of That Luang Stupa, we stop enroute to take some pictures of the imposing Patuxay Monument, which is well known as Vientiane’s own Arc de Triumph.

In the afternoon we transfer out to see the Buddha Park, a scattered enchanting collection of Buddhist and Hindu sculptures on the Mekong Riverside meadow, close to the Friendship Bridge. There are approximately 200 religious images dating back over 500 years, which were created by a mysterious monk spreading his philosophy on life and revealing his ideas about the universe.

A spectacular view of over the Mekong River at sunset is a perfect way to finish the day.

Self-service dinner.

Overnight in Vientiane.

Day 14: Vientiane - Depature (B)

After breakfast, free time until your transfer to airport for departure flight.

End of our travel services !

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