Rivers in Laos offer many exciting opportunities for adventure.
Flowing through jungle, gorges and caves, they can be wildly exciting and soothingly quiet in equal measure. There is ample scope for both...Read more
Caves in Laos are some of the most extensive limestone cave systems in Asia.
Vang Vieng, is famous for karst mountains and caves.
Konglor Cave in central Laos' Khammouane Province is one of...Read more
Ethnic groups in Lao are diverse and interesting.
Villages outside of the main centres differ widely from one another, in culture, craft, language and custom.
There are many minority culture spread across Laos...Read more
Elephants, Laos was once known as the land of a million Elephants.
Once these majestic animals were the mainstay of travelling, hauling long distance and logging.
Even as recently as the Vietnam...Read more
Trekking is a great way to explore the mountains and forests of Laos.
You can journey to waterfalls and caves, visit remote ethnic villages, investigate remnants of ancient cultures and temples and...Read more