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Laos Travel Tips

Laos: A beauty spot to rival our own

Pure water, bears and elephants make the waterfalls of Laos well worth the trek, writes Yvonne van Dongen.

Feeling the "REAL LAOS"

A lot of travelers come looking for the “real Laos”, but few know exactly what that is. For about 80% of the population the “real Laos” is village life, and the best way to really get a feel for how the Lao live is to spend a night or two in a home stay.

Walking Through Northern Laos

The town of Luang Nam Tha in northern Laos is perched along the fringes of Nam Ha National Protected Area—2,224 square kilometers of rolling jungle-clad mountains. Many companies offer guided treks through the jungle, and though we had avoided the more popular trekking scene in Thailand, we wanted to get further into this amazingly beautiful countryside.

Homestays: Experiencing The Real Laos

The children huddle together in awe of the giant 6’3” figure looming over them. The giant spreads his arms, threatening to devour them in one swoop. The kids are giddy, their excitement palpable; they know what’s coming next.

Free Eating Guide in Laos

Things you can eat: always ask, because local recipes can vary.

Luang Prabang Trekking - The Great Outdoor Side of The Ancient City

Northern Laos is famous for its natural beauty: rolling green hills and mountains interspersed with rice fields and countless water buffalo. 

Real Jungle Trek and Culture Experience in Luang Namtha, Laos

In Luang Nam Tha, the premium ecotourism destination in Laos, the Mekong and even Southeast Asia, you can choose from gentle day trips to strenuous hiking and rafting in an area known for its ethnic diversity.

Trekking in The Hidden Land of Phongsali, Laos

Traveling in Asian cities is an undeniable thrill. The food, the nightlife, the chaos and the people make wandering through Asia’s big cities like Hanoi and Bangkok an endless maze of discovery. But, for many of us, experiencing the true soul of a country means getting out of the cities and getting into the more rural places.

Some Tips When Trekking in Luang Prabang, Laos

Visiting Luang Prabang in Laos wouldn't be complete without a tour to the countryside.

There are waterfalls, biking trails and elephant shelters a few hours away from town but if you have no interest in such things, I'd recommend paying a visit to some nearby hill tribe villages.

Tad Fane - A Picturesque Win Set of Waterfalls

Just past km 38 along the road to Pak Song is Tad Fane - a picturesque twin set of waterfalls spilling 200 metres down into a deep gorge, located in the jungle of Dong Hua Sao, which is a National Biodiversity Conservation area. 

Luang Namtha Trekking Experience

Luang Namtha - an ASEAN Heritage Site, now has a reputation as being one of South East Asia’s premier trekking destinations. 

Adventure Travel Holidays in Laid-Back - Laos

The People’s Democratic Republic of Laos is a quiet place, where travelers can experience adventure travel holidays without having to fight with huge crowds or hurry from one hot spot to another. 

Do You Know How To Prepare A Meal For The Next Trip?

Traveling in an adventure style will let you have an experience to eat outside such as campaign in a forest or a mountain . 

Adventure Things To Do in Laos

Laos travel is not only beautiful, but also jam packed with adventure activities.  I’m a selective adrenaline junkie, and sports such as rock climbing and tubing in Laos get me going.

Vacation In Laos - Bombed History, Blooming Future

The Southeast Asian country of Laos has seen an extended bad times during several war affected period. The consistent bombarding shattered the country in many different ways, But things are getting normal and Laos is evolving as a major tourist destination.

Trekking in Laos, The Forgotten Land

Leaving behind overwhelming and often brusque China, we were delighted to find pure, green, untouched Laos awaiting us.

Luang Namtha: On Foot

Luang Namtha: On Foot
The author shared her trekking tour in Luang Namtha.
Luang Namtha, Laos
11/05/08 – 13/05/08

Day 12 - Luang Namtha Trek (Day 2)

Day 12 – Luang Namtha Trek (Day 2)
Friday, Sep 14, 2007
We woke up before our 7:30 alarm call, covered in bites, not from the mosquito from which were were protected, but from ants & whatever else must have been kept INSIDE the mosquito nets ! Wonderful…

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