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Luang Prabang- Nong Khiaw- Vang Vieng– Blue Lagoon- Vientiane- Boloven- Don Khong Plateau- Pakse

Laos is the land of millions of elephants and also an incredible destination for cycling in South East Asia. Join this classic bike tour to experience the UNESCO World Heritage town of Luang Prabang and venture onto Nong Khiaw's mountainous scenery. Stay a couple of days in Vientiane's capital city, then discover the stunning landscape, blue lagoons, forested mountains, green rice paddies, and diverse ethnic cultures before going down south of the country to Boloven Plateau, Don Khong, and Pakse.


Day 1: Arrival in Luang Prabang

Upon arrival, you will meet our private guide and driver and then transfer to the hotel for check-in. Take a rest until a dinner with your guide, tour briefing.

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  • Dinner
  • Airport in
Day 2: Luang Prabang by Bike

A very early morning start (5:45 am) by car to Ban Vat Sean to observe a long line of monks collecting alms’ ceremony, then back for breakfast at the hotel.  After breakfast, start the city tour by bike. Visit The National Museum at the former Royal Palace, which displays a lovely collection of artifacts reflecting the richness of Lao culture throughout the ages, and also visit the Human Chan, which is a Luang Prabang Heritage-style house so you can experience Luang Prabang daily lives from this central traditional house. We then visit Wat Xieng Thong- the most famous and beautiful temple in the old town dating back to the 16th century. After visiting Wat Visoun and the Melon Stupa and Wat Aham, climb the 328 steps up to Mount Phousi for sunset. 

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  • Breafast/ Lunch
  • 25km
  • support vehicles
  • cold water, snacks, fruits
Day 3: Luang Prabang – Pak Ou – Kuangsi Waterfall

After breakfast:

  • Embark on a slow boat trip to Pak Ou caves 32km up the river along the way.
  • Make a stop to visit the whisky village and discover the process villagers use to make Lau Lao (potent rice whisky).
  • Continue to the cave where a thousand Buddha figures are kept.

Then we will drive through the Laos countryside by minivan to the Kuang Si waterfalls, some 29km away. On the way, we stop at the Minority Hmong village and stop for pictures of the beautiful lush scenery along the way. We take a cooling swim in the fall’s turquoise waters on arrival at the falls. Then enjoy a bicycle ride on the back road to Luang Prabang.


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  • Breakfast/ Lunch/
  • 30 km
  • Flat - rural paths
  • support vehicles
  • Boat ride
Day 4: Luang Prabang – Vang Vieng – Blue Lagoon

After having breakfast, check out then our escort guide and driver transfer to Vang Vieng – a beautiful riverside town in central Laos. We drive to the famous Blue Lagoon to relax, swim in the crystal water, and visit a few weaving villages before we continue to take a boat ride along Nam Song River to explore the incredible, spectacular scenery, limestone formation and take beautiful photos of the mountainous countryside.

Day 5: Vang Vieng – Vientiane

Breakfast at the hotel. After breakfast, head out to visit Tham Chang (Jang) cave by bike – one of the most important caves of Vang Vieng as well as a temporary home for farmers who raise vegetables nearby. You will see crystal clear water running out of the mountain into the river, charming landscapes of the villages, and rice fields. Tour will be admired by visiting Vang Sang – where dozens of Buddha images from the 16th century remain. Continue to Vientiane Capital. 

  • Breakfast/ Lunch
  • 25 - 30km
  • Flat - rural paths
  • support vehicles
  • cold water, snacks, fruits
Day 6: Vientiane city tour – Buddha Park

In the morning, we will discover the Vientiane capital by bike tour. First, visit Wat Si Muang, known for its supernatural power. Next, we will visit Wat Sisaket, the temple of thousands of tiny statues of the Buddha image in the ancient Wat Prakeo, which was famous in its time for hosting the Emerald Buddha. On the way to the national icon of Laos, the famous and sacred Luang Stupa structure, we will stop to take some photographs of the imposing Patuxay Monument, which is known as a particular Laotian “Arc de Triomphe”. The afternoon departs by car for the visit to Buddha Park, a charming collection of Buddhist and Hindu sculptures on the banks of the Mekong near the “Bridge of Friendship”. There are approximately 200 religious images over 500 years old, created by a mysterious monk who extended his philosophy of life and revealed his ideas about the universe.

Day 7: Vientiane – flight to Pakse – Boloven Plateau

Breakfast at the hotel before the car transfers you to Vientiane airport.  Arrive at Pakse airport, and transfer to the hotel in Champasack for check-in. Have lunch in a restaurant, rest, then explore the scenic Boloven Plateau. Visit some of the area’s tea and Sinok coffee plantations to see how it is grown and to taste some of Laos’ finest blends and several of the region’s, Tad Fan and Pha Suam waterfalls. 

Day 8: Pakse – Wat Pho – Don Khong

After breakfast, transfer by road to Wat Phou. Recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, Wat Phou is a spectacular pre-Angkorian temple amidst southern Laos’s rice fields and waterways. The temple was constructed in three levels: the bottom level is focused on the baray (water reservoir) and promenade, the second level features pavilions and galleries of carvings, and the top level is the sanctuary. The temple served as the region’s most important economic and political center and still is one of the Lao people’s most revered temples.

Pass through Champasak, driving through streets lined with French colonial buildings to Khong Island, the most oversized island in Southern Laos and the start of the 4,000 Islands Region. Called “Siphandon” in the Lao language, this area is where the Mekong stretches over 14km wide and houses thousands of islands between its cascades and rapids.

Overnight on Khong Island

Day 9: Don Khong – Liphi Waterfall – Cambodia Border – Pakse

After breakfast, we visit the countryside by bike and board a long tail boat tour to Don Khone area, taking you to see the remains of the French period, Liphi Waterfall or “the Corridor of the Devil”. We return to the mainland at BanNakasang, a fishery village, and drive further south to visit Khone Phapheng on the journey, the biggest waterfall in South East Asia, it is an impressive sight the lush vegetation near the Lao-Cambodian border, which is teeming with wildlife and it is one of the loveliest destinations in Laos. Return to Pakse late afternoon. 

Overnight in Pakse.

Day 10: Pakse – Departure

Depending on your departure flight, you may have free time at leisure before being transferred to the airport for your flight.


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