Laos Classic Tours

South Laos Highlights

Number of days: 4

Price from: 00$

Tour type: private tour
Departure: daily
Start from: Luang Prabang
Highlights: Pakse, Tadlo, Wat Phou, Don Khong, Khone Island 
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  • BRIEF ITINERARY:

    Day 1.   Arrival – Pakse – Tadlo ( L ) 

    Day 2.   Tadlo – Pakse – Wat Phou – Don Khong ( B/L ) 

    Day 3.   Don Khong – Khone Island – Pakse (B/L) 

    Day 4.   Pakse – Departure (B)

    Include:

    - Accommodation with daily breakfast at hotels mentioned

    - Meals: as mention in program B = Breakfast , L = Lunch , D = Dinner base on local restaurant

    - Local English / French speaking guide

    - Transfer services in a private air-conditioned Van , Bus

    - Entrance fees as itinerary

    - Boat trip as mention in program 

    - Village entrance fee

    - Local Village guide to follow

    - Village fun

    - Handicraft from village

    - Trekking permit

    - Fresh water and wet wipe during day tour

    - Service charge and government tax 

    Exclude:

    - Soft and alcohol Drinks during the trip

    - Meal not mention in inclusive

    - Domestic and International Air ticket 

    - Visa approval and fees for Laos with cost 30-45 $/pax Depend on Nationality

    - Personal insurance & Tips



  • DETAIL ITINERARY:

    Day 1.   Arrival – Pakse – Tadlo ( L )
    Upon arrival at Pakse airport , you are met and drive ahead to Saravanh province via Tateng. The stumbling water and lush vegetation around Tad Fan waterfall of today’s Atacular.  We make a stop en route observing the traditional local making tea and coffee, a cup its can be tasted prior exploring the local cultures and its way of life along the way to Boloven Plateau area, the cultivation of rich coffee, tea, cardamom, bananas, and other crops are being seen along both side of our way. This is allowed time for visitors to venture off the beaten path and explore some of the lesser-known areas of Laos pointing for full exploration of the wild beauty of this southern region, Upon arrival at Tad Lo waterfall, we visit villages of Alak, Nge, Katu, the ethnic group of minority. Overnight at Tad Lo.

    Day2.   Tadlo – Pakse – Wat Phou – Don Khong ( B/L )
    Early birth breakfast, we are heading out toward Khong Island, en route making a short detour to visit Pha Suam waterfall and Lao Teung Villages and strolling around the ethnic minority villages and continue traveling by road to Wat Phu via Pakse town, keep our way, crossing Mekong ferry to visit the pre-angkorian, ruins of Wat Phu, one of Southeast Asia's most dramatically situated temples. Explore these Khmer ruins, perched atop a nearby hill, which is one of Lao World Heritage site recognized by UNESCO in 2001, this wonderful archeological site of Khmer civilization dated back to the 9-12th centuries. We continue our way to 4000 islands region and catch a ferry motor boat to Don Khong. Overnight in Don Khong.

    Day3.   Don Khong – Khone Island – Pakse  (B/L)
    Breakfast, we enjoy a visit of the surrounding countryside, and board on a long trail boat touring to Don Khone area, taking you to visit the remains of French period, Liphi Waterfall or "the Corridor of the Devil". We return to the mainland at Ban Nakasang, a fishery village and drive further south to visit Khone Phapheng on the journey, the biggest waterfall in the South East Asia, it is really the impressive sight then a lush vegetation near the Lao-Cambodian border, which is teeming with wildlife and it is one of the loveliest destinations in Laos, Afterward we drive back to Pakse. Overnight in Pakse.

    Day4.   Pakse – Departure (B)
    After breakfast, you will be transferred out to airport. 


  • ACCOMMODATION

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    Cost/Person

    3* hotels

    On request

    4* hotels

    On request

    5* hotels

    On request


    Include:

    - Accommodation with daily breakfast at hotels mentioned

    - Meals: as mention in program B = Breakfast , L = Lunch , D = Dinner base on local restaurant

    - Local English / French speaking guide

    - Transfer services in a private air-conditioned Van , Bus

    - Entrance fees as itinerary

    - Boat trip as mention in program 

    - Village entrance fee

    - Local Village guide to follow

    - Village fun

    - Handicraft from village

    - Trekking permit

    - Fresh water and wet wipe during day tour

    - Service charge and government tax 

    Exclude:

    - Soft and alcohol Drinks during the trip

    - Meal not mention in inclusive

    - Domestic and International Air ticket 

    - Visa approval and fees for Laos with cost 30-45 $/pax Depend on Nationality

    - Personal insurance & Tips


  • LAOS: 

    Passports

    Passport with at least six months remaining validity required by all nationals.

    Visas
    (a) A 15-day visa on arrival is now available for nationals arriving at Vientiane International Airport, Luang Prabang International Airport or Friendship Bridge; visas are not extendable. 
    (b) A one-month visit visa is available from the Laos embassy provided the applicant has a guarantor in Laos; visas can be extended by up to a further two months. 
    (c) A one-month business visa is available from the Laos embassy; applicants require authorization from the organization they will be visiting in Laos before applying for a visa; visas can be extended until the completion of business. 
    (d) A five-day transit visa is available for nationals transiting through Vientiane International Airport; nationals require proof of onward journey within five days. 
    (e) Multiple-entry visas are only available from the ministry of foreign affairs in Laos.

    Climate: 
    Throughout most of the country, the climate is hot and tropical, with the rainy season between May and October when temperatures are at their highest. The dry season runs from November to April.


    Required Clothing
    Lightweights and rainwear, with warmer layers from October to March and upland areas.

    Travel Tips: 
    Most visits are trouble free.

    The threat from terrorism in Laos is low. However, travellers should be aware of the global risk of indiscriminate terrorist attacks, which could be in public areas, including places frequented by foreigners.
    Travellers should be aware of and respect local conventions at all times.
    Unexploded ordnance in rural areas is an ongoing danger.
    Outbreaks of Avian Influenza (Bird Flu) in Laos have resulted in human fatalities, the last one of which was in 2007. As a precaution, travellers should avoid live animal markets, poultry farms and other places where close contact with domestic, caged or wild birds is likely; and ensure poultry and egg dishes are thoroughly cooked. 
    The Lao government prohibits sexual relationships between foreign citizens and Lao nationals except when the two parties have been married in accordance with Lao family law. Penalties for breaking these regulations can range from fines to imprisonment.
    Penalties for illegal drug importation and use are severe and can include the death penalty.
    It is illegal not to carry an ID document, and fines for not having one for presentation are high.


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