Laos, a secluded and previously unknown country, combines some of Southeast Asia’s greatest qualities in a small space.
Laos was once known as the “country of a million elephants” in ancient times. Four decades after the Vietnam War, Laos is becoming a more popular tourist destination, a place of pilgrimage due to its pristine scenery, rich culture, and welcoming people. A destination where the heartbeat slows, smiles are genuine, and inhabitants are truly interested in guests.
Laotians are very welcoming hosts and what better way to get to know their culture than by sharing their life?
Out of a dream
Away from the cities, it’s easy to find unexplored routes through fairytale landscapes: sheer limestone cliffs, brooding jungles, and the meandering Mekong River. While trekking the villages, you will be able to soak up these spectacular natural landscapes and discover the authentic life of the country.
Simplicity, the beauty of Laos
Laos has preserved many of its traditions, which have been vanishing in other nearby countries. The villages offer daily living and simplicity, and even Vientiane, Laos’ capital, has a surprisingly tranquil river life. Hundreds of red-robed monks line up in the streets of Luang Prabang, begging for alms. It is one of the most iconic sights of the area; in fact, it is all that many visitors see on their route through Laos; nonetheless, the most daring travelers will discover a nation unaffected by mass tourism.
Join us on our tailor-made trips to Laos to discover a country that has so much to offer.