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Laos – Off The Beaten Track

Laos – Off The Beaten Track

Vientiane, Hinboun, Muang Khoun, Phonsavan, Sam Nuea, Nam Et – Phou Louey National Park, Nong Khiaw, Luang Prabang
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Laos – Off the beaten track will bring you new experience of Luang Prabang as well as surrounding area. You will not only take advantage of new roads linking Khammouane to Laos' Central Highlands but also explore magnificent Buddhist caves, visiting hill- tribe villages and discover the mysterious stone jars in the Phonsavan region. Heading east, you will visit Vieng Xai war caves and Nam Et National Park. Then, you will return to the capital Luang Prabang with a leisurely cruise on Nam Ou River cruise. In your tour, we will try our best to meet your need, create as much as fun and pleasure as possible for you.
Highlights:
 
  • Visit the Plain of Jars, the home of thousands of multi-sized jars which are still mystery.
  • Pay visits to Vientiane and Luang Prabang as well as famous attractions of the two biggest cities in Laos.
  • Visit the well-known Phou Louey National Park for biodiversity exploration.
  • Feel the peace rhythm in many rural areas around the Million-Elephant country.

Brief itinerary

Day 1
Arrive Vientiane

Day 2
Vientiane City Tour

Day 3
Vientiane – Prabaht Ponsan – Khammouane – Phu Hinboun (B,L)

Day 4
Phu Hinboun - Konglor Cave (B,L)

Day 5
Hinboun – Muang Khoun – Phonsavan (B,L)

Day 6
Phonsavan – MAG - Plain of Jars (B,L)

Day 7
Phonsavan – Hintang - Sam Neua (B,L)

Day 8
Sam Neua – Vieng Xai Caves (B,L)

Day 9
Sam Neua - Ban Son Koua - Nam Et-Phou Louey National Park - Night Safari (B,L,D)

Day 10
Nam Et – Phou Louey National Park – Nong Khiaw (B,L)

Day 11
Nong Khiaw – Muang Ngoi - Ban Houay Boor - Ban Na Trek (B,L)

Day 12
Nong Khiaw – Luang Prabang (B,L)

Day 13
LuangPrabang - Tak Bat - Walking Tour - Monk School visit (B)

Day 14
LuangPrabang - Khuang Sy Waterfalls - Bear Rescue Centre (B,L)

Day 15
Depart Luang Prabang

Day 1: Arrive Vientiane
Day 1: Arrive Vientiane
When you arrive in Vientiane, our guide will meet and transfer you to your hotel. Check in to your hotel. The rest of the day is your free time to relax or explore the city on your own.
 
Vientiane is the capital and largest city of Laos, on the banks of the Mekong River near the border with Thailand. It was the administrative capital during French rule and, due to economic growth in recent times, is now the economic centre of Laos.
 
In the evenings, on the river bank, a night market is organized with some excellent local. It is a great chance for those who want to discover culture as well as cuisine of the unique city. Overnight in Vientiane.
Day 2: Vientiane City Tour
Day 2: Vientiane City Tour
Today, time will be devoted to visit some most famous sites in Vientiane. Highlights include:
 
Vat Sisaket- which is famous for not only its cloister wall storing thousands of tiny Buddha images but also its beautiful architecture and layout with history dated back to 1818.
Vat PhraKeo- which was built in 1565 is one of the most impressive and interesting temples in Vientiane. It previously housed the famous Emerald Buddha image. 
Patuxay-the memorial monument –was built in 1957 and is the most prominent landmark in the city. The architecture of the monument was inspired by the architecture of Triomphe in Paris and combined with typical Lao motifs. From the top of the monument, you can see an excellent panoramic view of the city. 
That Luang -the symbol of Lao sovereignty and an icon of Buddhism in Laos.
The Wat Si Meuang – the home to the guardian spirit of the city.
 
You could also visit the morning market- Talat Sao to take a glimpse of the local activities or buy some souvenirs as gifts when coming back home. 
 
Then, you will visit the Cope Museum. It is a non-profit organization in Laos which provides prosthetic limbs, mobility assistance and rehabilitation for Lao people who can’t afford it. The COPE visitor centre is a small museum but a fantastic one. You can touch, handle and try out the mobility devices on display. It will be an ideal place for those who want to learn about Laos history.
 
In the afternoon, you will have a short visit of Buddha Park. Buddha Park (Xieng Khuan) is a famous sculpture park with more than 200 religious statues including a huge 40-metre high reclining Buddha image. It was built in 1958 by Luang Pu Bunleua Sulilat, a monk who studied both Buddhism and Hinduism. This explains why his park is full not only of Buddha images but also of Hindu gods. When returning to the city centre, you will make a stop a Vocational training centre- where disadvantaged woman from rural areas are trained a variety of skills of weaving, dyeing and tailoring.
 
Your long day of experience will finish at sunset.
 
Overnight in Vientiane.
Day 3: Vientiane – Prabaht Ponsan – Khammouane – Phu Hinboun (B,L)
Day 3: Vientiane – Prabaht Ponsan – Khammouane – Phu Hinboun (B,L)
In the morning, after your breakfast, you will take a 6 hour drive to Hinboun, Khammouane. Khammouane is a land of rugged karst mountains which were once the refuge of a succession of ethnic groups fleeing the Haw invasions in the north during the 19th century. 
 
On the way, you will visit a 15th century stupa and a hill-tribe market-where you can explore customs, way of living of the locals. It will be a rare opportunity for you to take a plenty of photos to save wonderful moments. 
 
In the late afternoon, you will arrive in Hinboun - surrounded by limestone cliffs- a charming lodge with harmonious combination of nature. Here, you will have time for your further exploration the area, integrate into fresh nature. Overnight in Hinboun.
Day 4: Phu Hinboun - Konglor Cave (B,L)
Day 4: Phu Hinboun - Konglor Cave (B,L)
This morning, you will take a boat to explore Konglor Cave- one of the longest caves in the country. Konglor cave is a karst limestone cave in Phu Hinboun National Park, in Khammouane Province, Laos. The karst formation is dramatic and the cave has been known as  "one of Southeast Asia's geological wonders".
 
You will start your expedition by a long tail road along the cave. After reaching the other side, you will trek to neighboring village- Ban Pon Ngam. Here, you will have a lunch on the river bank and take a swim to enjoy the freshness of water. You could also find in the region a variety of wildlife including monkeys, several large cats and other fauna. All create an animated, green picture in the combination between human and nature.
In the afternoon, you will return by boat and transfer by land to your lodge. 
The rest of your day is at your leisure. Overnight in HinBoun.
Day 5: Hinboun – Muang Khoun – Phonsavan (B,L)
Day 5: Hinboun – Muang Khoun – Phonsavan (B,L)
In the early morning, you will depart you trip to Phonsavan- the capital city of Xieng Khoang through a series of back roads.
 
On the way to Phonsavan, you will make some stops. The fisrt stop will be Ban Thabuk, also known as ‘bomb boat village’. Continue your exploration through beautiful and peaceful villages. You will make a stop at Nam Mouan River for sightseeing. You will feel the harmonious beauty of nature here. Then, arrive in Ban Thasi to have a lunch. 
 
In the afternoon, on your return journey, you will stop at some villages such as Tai Lu weaving village, and a Hmong village. Visiting these minority villages, you will have chance to learn more about traditional customs, way of living of the locals. 
 
In the late afternoon, you will arrive at MuangKhoun - old Xieng Khuang, 35km southeast of Phonsavan. Here, you will spend time to explore WatPhiawat - ruins of sixteenth-century and other ancient pagodas- which will be an ideal place for those who are interested in history. 
 
In the early morning, you will arrive in Phonsavan. Overnight in Phonsavan.
Day 6: Phonsavan – MAG - Plain of Jars (B,L)
Day 6: Phonsavan – MAG - Plain of Jars (B,L)
Today , you have time to explore Xieng Khuang Province- a province in the northeast of Laos, lying across a flat high plateau. The first you will make is MAG (Mines Advisory Group . It is a non- profit organization ,located in the main street of Phonsavan, and has displays of the different bombs .They educate the village children through the schools on "bombies", and clear the UXO's to make farming safe for the villagers. 
 
With the rest of the morning, you will discover ‘Plain of Jars’- the UNESCO heritage. The Plain of Jars combines ancient and contemporary history with insights into Phuan, Hmong, Khmu and Tai Dam culture. It is dated to the Iron Age (500 BC to AD 500) and is one of the most important sites for studying Southeast Asian prehistory. 
 
Keep your journey to MuangKhoune - old Xieng Khuang, 35km southeast of Phonsavan. Here, you will spend time to explore WatPhiawat - ruins of sixteenth-century and other ancient pagodas- which will be an ideal place for those who are interested in history. Overnight in Phonsavan.
Day 7: Phonsavan – Hintang - Sam Neua (B,L)
Day 7: Phonsavan – Hintang - Sam Neua (B,L)
Today will be your long day tour. On your way, you will have chance to enjoy scenic mountainous landscape as well as visit some small villages such as Hintang village. Here you will have an insight of daily activities of the locals and their traditional customs. 
 
In the late afternoon, you will arrive in Sam Neua - the capital city of Houaphan Province, Laos, located in the northeast of the country. It is one of the most ethnically diverse provinces in Laos. The rest of day is your free time to relax.  Overnight in Sam Neua.
Day 8: Sam Neua – Vieng Xai Caves (B,L)
Day 8: Sam Neua – Vieng Xai Caves (B,L)
In the morning, you can begin your new day by strolling around Sam Neua town, visiting a weaving house showroom-where you can find a variety of unique and colorful woven goods made by skillful hands of artisan. You can also wander along the river to visit the local wet market- where goods with different kinds are exposed for purchasing. 
 
Then, you will transfer towards east to Vieng Xai- a district and town in Hua Phan Province. The town is located on Route 6, 30 km from Sam Neua. The biggest attractions of the town are the caves. It is set among beautiful karst limestone mountains that rise out of the rice fields.
 
Continue your trip by visiting Vieng Xai Kaysone Phomvihane cave- enclosed by forests and limestone mountains in the province Houaphanh, Prince Soupanouvong cave and Artillery Cave with stunning view of the surrounding countryside.
 
After your long day of exploration, you will have chance to relax and enjoy delicious North-East Laotian food in the centre of town. Then, turn back to Sam Neua. You will spend the rest of day to relax on your own. Overnight in Sam Neau.
 
Day 9: Sam Neua - Ban Son Koua - Nam Et-Phou Louey National Park - Night Safari (B,L,D)
Day 9: Sam Neua - Ban Son Koua - Nam Et-Phou Louey National Park - Night Safari (B,L,D)
In the early morning, after your breakfast, from Sam Neua, you will take around 3 hour drive to Ban Son Koua village.
 
When you arrive at the village, continue your 1,5 hour cruise on a long tail boat on the Nam Nern River to visit the Nam Et-PhouLouey National Park. Here, you will be served a lunch by a villagers. 
 
Nam Et – Phou Louey National Protected Area is located in the north east of Lao and covers 7 districts and three provinces. The area has primary forest, a high level of biodiversity, and a number of species including gaur, clouded leopard. The area is the source of many rivers. It is named after the Nam Et River and Phou Louey Mountain. Villagers living in the Nam Et-Phou Louey National Park areTai Dam, Tai Daeng, Tai Kao, Tai Puan, Tai Lue, Tai Yuan, Khmu, Hmong Kao, Hmong Lai, and Yao, in which, your guides and village hosts will be Khmu people.
 
After a long journey, you will set off on your safari. On the way, you will stop at a salt lick ( a salt land where animal come to lick salt). Here, the local guide, a skilled hunter and animal tracker, will explain how local Lao people track deer and other wild animals during a hike into the jungle.
 
In the evening, it is time for you to relax and enjoy a BBQ dinner in a campfire. After your dinner, return to park headquarters. You will stay for a night in a traditional Lao style huts in the forest. Overnight in Nam Et National Park.
Day 10: Nam Et – Phou Louey National Park – Nong Khiaw (B,L)
Day 10: Nam Et – Phou Louey National Park – Nong Khiaw (B,L)
After waking up early, the local guide will lead you to explore the jungle. You will know how to identify a variety of medicinal plants growing in the forest.
 
After your short walk, you will turn back to the headquarters to have a breakfast. Then, embark on a boat to return to Ban Son Koua. On the way, you could make a stop t a prime spot to watch bird.
 
Continue to transfer by land to Viengthong - a district of Houaphanh Province in north-eastern Laos. It is the gateway for the Nam Et-Phou Louey National Protected Area. You will arrive in NongKhiaw in the late afternoon.
 
Nong Khiaw is a rustic little town on the bank of the Ou River in Laos. It is squeezed in between some of the most fantastic limestone mountains to be found north of Vang Vieng. 
The rest of the day is time for you to relax or take a short stroll on your own such as wandering along the river, walking through the local village or enjoying Beer Lao while watching sunset. Overnight in NongKhiaw.
Day 11: Nong Khiaw – Muang Ngoi - Ban Houay Boor - Ban Na Trek (B,L)
Day 11: Nong Khiaw – Muang Ngoi - Ban Houay Boor - Ban Na Trek (B,L)
This morning, you will take a boat to visit the village of Muang Ngoi- a gorgeous and sleepy town- one of the friendliest places in Laos. Spreading along the Nam Ou river, the beautiful tropical village with coconut palms and thatched cafes will be an interesting destination for eco-nature travelers. Then, you will visit Tham Kang and Tham Pakeo caves- where the villagers used to shelter during war-time.
 
Continue to take a walk to Ban Houay Boor- where Khmu and T'ai Deng people still live. Here you will be served a lunch by a villager. After intimate lunch, take a short walk to Ban Na village. You have chance to have an open talk with the villagers as well as learn more about their daily life, their traditional customs… After an interesting experience of human and nature here, you will turn back to Nong Khiaw. Overnight in Nong Khiaw.
Day 12: Nong Khiaw – Luang Prabang (B,L)
Day 12: Nong Khiaw – Luang Prabang (B,L)
This morning you will transfer by road to Luang Prabang. En route, you will enjoy scenic view of the Nam Ou River- one of the most important rivers of Laos. It runs 448 km from Phongsaly Province to Luang Prabang Province.
 
On the way, you will make a stop to visit Pak Ou caves -  the “mouth” of the “Ou” River, a famous cave with hundreds of statuettes of Buddha. Overlooking the river, it shows a splendid view of the Mekong.
 
You will arrive in LuangPrabang around lunchtime. Check in to your hotel. The rest of day is your free time to relax or explore the city on your own. 
 
Luang Prabang is the capital city of Luang Prabang Province in north central Laos. It is exceptional for both its rich architectural and artistic heritage that reflects the fusion of Lao traditional urban architecture with that of the colonial era The city is well known for its numerous Buddhist temples and monasteries.
 
Overnight in LuangPrabang. 
Day 13: LuangPrabang - Tak Bat - Walking Tour - Monk School visit (B)
Day 13: LuangPrabang - Tak Bat - Walking Tour - Monk School visit (B)
You are recommended to get up early, around 5.30 to 6.30am to visit Vat Nong temple. Here, you will witness The Tak Bat ceremony ("Tak Bat" means giving alms to monks). In this ceremony, from the early morning Thai people go to the temple and bring food with them. They are filling monks’ bowl with food such as rice, soft drinks, cakes and so on… This ceremony happens in peaceful and respectful atmosphere. That’s why we recommend that you should wear decent clothing when watching the rituals or if you want to save this moment, you should take photos from a distance to show your respect.
 
Another choice that you could make is visiting a monk school in the city. This will be a great chance for those who are interested in monastery because you will have time to talk with young monks, learn about their daily life. 
 
After your breakfast at the National Museum - where remains a collection of personal artifacts of the royal family, including photos, musical instruments…, you will start your city tour. IN this tour, you will visit some most famous temples of the city. Highlights include: 
Vat May- the largest and most richly decorated of the temples in Luang Prabang.
Vat Xieng Thong or Temple of the Royal City- one of the most important of Lao monasteries and remains a significant monument to the spirit of religion, royalty and traditional art.
Vat Visoun- the oldest and one of the most beautiful temples of Luang Prabang.
The last one you will visit in this morning is Arts and Ethnology Centre.
In the afternoon, you will Ban Xangkhong and Ban Xienglek- the weaving and textile villages. Here, you will have time to explore traditional handicrafts, admire diverse and unique products made by skillful hands of artisan. After that, you will return to town to visit a monk school. To finish a long day, you will climb Mount Phousi to enjoy spectacular panoramic view of the city at sunset.
 
Overnight in LuangPrabang.
Day 14: LuangPrabang - Khuang Sy Waterfalls - Bear Rescue Centre (B,L)
Day 14: LuangPrabang - Khuang Sy Waterfalls - Bear Rescue Centre (B,L)
After your breakfast, you will visit Ock Pop Tock. Founded in 2000, Ock Pop Tokis a textile producer, retailer and tourist centre based in Luang Prabang. From the very beginning the aim of Ock Pop Tok has been to empower rural women to use their traditional textile producing skills to create a sustainable future for their immediate families and villages. 
 
Continue your trip to Khuang Sy Waterfalls- the biggest in the Luang Prabang area. It is one of Luang Prabang’s most popular tourist attractions thanks to its breathtaking cascades of water. On the way to Khuang Sy Waterfall, you will stop to visit some of the villages- where the older female villagers still dress in traditional costume. Then you will have a picnic lunch at the waterfall. If you want to swim, it is a great place because the waterfall scatters into many basins with deliciously cold water due to the shade given by the surrounding lush tropical jungle.
 
Then, make a stop to visit the nearby Bear Rescue Centre- houses more than 20 rescued bears.
 
Finally, you will turn back to Luang Prabang. Overnight in Luang Prabang.
Day 15: Depart Luang Prabang
Day 15: Depart Luang Prabang

Today, you have free time to relax before being transferred to the airport for your departure flight.

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You will require a visa to enter Laos. Your consultant will be happy to advise you on visa requirements.
 
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Please ensure that you have a valid passport with at least 6 months validity remaining after your return date. You will also need at least one blank page for each of the countries you are visiting.
 
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Only once you are completely happy with any holiday itinerary we create for you will we ask for a payment. In order that we can secure availability for your booking we would typically require a deposit of 30%.
 
Money Exchange:
Laos’s currency is called the KIP, pronounced “kip”. 
Bills that represent Kip are broken down into 500; 1000; 2000; 5000; 10000; 20 000; 50, 000 and 100, 000 KIP denominations. Please be aware that the KIP is a non-convertible currency and cannot officially be exchanged abroad. The official exchange rate in Laos is around 8,000 Kip = 01 USD (as of July 2014).
Foreigner currencies such as US Dollars, Euros, Thai Baht, Australia Dollars…are popularly accepted in Laos to be exchanged in KIP and tourists are entitled to exchange easily money at the current market rate at the banks, airport or at any licensed moneychanger. The presentation of your passport is sometimes requested. Please ask your tour guide for assistance in case you need.
 
The official currency of Thailand is the Baht (THB).
The official currency of Cambodia is the Riel (KHR). 
Unofficially however, US currency (US$) runs the country and is the currency you should bring, mostly in cash - notes should be 2006 series onwards. Clean bills in small denominations are most useful. Notes should be 2006 series onwards. Torn, dirty or old notes, as well as the $2US note will be refused in most businesses. ATMs are available in Phnom Penh, Sihanoukville and Siem Reap and also dispense in both KHR and US$. 
 
The official currency of Vietnam is Dong (VND).
Some establishments will accept US currency (USD), but usually only for large purchases and in some restaurants and hotels that cater to tourists. It's not possible to exchange Vietnamese Dong outside the country, so convert or spend all your Dong before leaving.
The most convenient and cheapest way to obtain local currency in is via an Automated Teller Machine (ATM). ATMs are now available in most towns and visa cash advances are available in major banks. The use of credit cards is restricted, mainly to major hotels. Foreign currency notes that are old, torn or faded can be very difficult to exchange; clean bills in small denominations are most useful. Traveller's cheques are unacceptable to change. 
 
Tipping:
If you're happy with the services provided a tip - though not compulsory - is appropriate. While it may not be customary to you, it's of great significance to the people who will take care of you during your travels, inspires excellent service, and is an entrenched feature of the tourism industry across many Asia destinations. Although can be difficult to source we advise you to carry small notes of local currency each day to make tipping easier. Please note we recommend that any tips are given directly to the intended recipient by a member of your group as our group leaders are prohibited from collecting cash for tips.
 
The following amounts are per person suggestions based on local considerations and feedback from our past travelers:
- Restaurants: Local markets and basic restaurants - round your bill up to the nearest US$1. More up-market restaurants we suggest 10% to 15% of your bill.
- Local guides: Throughout your trip you may at times have a local guide in addition to your tour leader. We suggest US$2-US$3 per day for local guides.
- Drivers: You may have a range of drivers on your trip. Some may be with you for a short journey while others may be with you for several days. We would suggest a higher tip for those more involved with the group, however we suggest US$1-US$2 per day for drivers.
 
Please don't tip with coins, very small denomination notes, or dirty and ripped notes. This is regarded culturally as an insult.
 
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1. ITINERARY AND ACCOMMODATIONS

This tour is designed with balanced activities and pace. If you want to customize it, you may always change its itinerary and accommodations according to your needs.
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Day 1: Arrive Vientiane
Day 2: Vientiane City Tour
Day 3: Vientiane – Prabaht Ponsan – Khammouane – Phu Hinboun (B,L)
Day 4: Phu Hinboun - Konglor Cave (B,L)
Day 5: Hinboun – Muang Khoun – Phonsavan (B,L)
Day 6: Phonsavan – MAG - Plain of Jars (B,L)
Day 7: Phonsavan – Hintang - Sam Neua (B,L)
Day 8: Sam Neua – Vieng Xai Caves (B,L)
Day 9: Sam Neua - Ban Son Koua - Nam Et-Phou Louey National Park - Night Safari (B,L,D)
Day 10: Nam Et – Phou Louey National Park – Nong Khiaw (B,L)
Day 11: Nong Khiaw – Muang Ngoi - Ban Houay Boor - Ban Na Trek (B,L)
Day 12: Nong Khiaw – Luang Prabang (B,L)
Day 13: LuangPrabang - Tak Bat - Walking Tour - Monk School visit (B)
Day 14: LuangPrabang - Khuang Sy Waterfalls - Bear Rescue Centre (B,L)
Day 15: Depart Luang Prabang

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