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Explore Vat Phou, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Learn about the ancient Khmer empire that ruled southern Laos
See fading colonial buildings dating back to the French era
The intoxicating blend of heritage and history of Southern Laos is best discovered through its architecture. Step back in time to the period of Khmer rule with a visit to Vat Phou (Wat Phu), a stunning pre-Angkorian temple. See fading colonial buildings from the French Indochina era in downtown Pakse and Champasak.
Upon your arrival at the arrival hall, please proceed to exist gate, our driver will page your name on signboard. The most important is telling our driver of your hotel name and address for your drop off.
Visit the plantations, waterfalls, and villages of the Bolaven Plateau on a full-day tour from Pakse, and enjoy a day of cooler temperatures and lush landscapes that make a refreshing break from the low-altitude heat. With all transport by climate-controlled minivan, you’ll have a comfortable ride to Tad Fane waterfall then learn about Laos’ minority cultures, join an optional hike, and watch local weavers before returning to Pakse.
Discover the local culture of the Mekong River during this day trip to the 4,000 Islands. Spend the day immersed in nature as you sail down the river, spotting elusive Irrawaddy dolphins along the way. Stop at Don Khon Island for a leisurely bike ride where you can stop at local villages to learn about life on the river and enjoy a delicious lunch at a local spot.
Khone Island is the largest of Laos’ 4000 Islands and lies along the Mekong River, close to the Cambodian border. On this tour, visit the pre-Angkor temple of Wat Phou, a UNESCO World Heritage site; stop overnight at Hua Det village; and cruise out to Khone Island on a longtail boat. Along the way, explore the tiny islands, rural villages, and natural wonders of the 4000 islands, and visit the magnificent Khone Phapheng waterfall.
The deep south of land-locked Laos is a pristine example of how the natural landscape has created the perfect soil for adventure-based travel. Added to the experience are its ethnic minorities, its collection of waterfalls, and its coffee culture.
Elevated to up to 1350 metres above sea level, the Bolaven Plateau brings all these elements together with little western influences to dilute the authentic side of the northeast of Champasak. From early morning until late afternoon, innovative approaches on what’s in store for a deep dive in Laos’ southern examples for fair-trade coffee and tea, and high grade exploration.
Travel your way to the lost archipelago by air conditioned car from Pakse,then take a boat to Don Khone (famous for its French colonial remains). Discover the rocky Liphi Waterfalls, with the chance to do an amazing Zipline across the falls or swim below the falls at a sandy beach ,and after having a Lao style lunch, return to the mainland to your private Minivan , which takes you as final activity to the most beautiful park at the Khone Papheng waterfall, known for its size as the South-East Asian Niagra falls.
Return to Pakse at the end of the tour
This quoted price is for one passenger only.
The Bolaven Plateau is famous for its cool climate, beautiful waterfalls and fertile soil which is used to grow many different types of produce including high grade tea and coffee, vast variety of fruits, cardamom and rattan. This tours gives you a great opportunity to see all of what Bolaven Plateau is famous for.
Pakse, the capital of Champasak Province is not only the major hub of Southern Laos but it is also an ideal destination for those who want to enjoy the outdoors and get lost in the forest. On this 3 days tour in Pakse, visit the archaelogical site of Mt Phou Asa, explore the tropical forest Xe Pian, Chan Deang waterfall, and surrounding area. Tour included hotel pick up, lunch, dinner, 2 night accommodation.
- Free hotel pick up/drop off from/to Pakse centre
- Lunch, dinner, breakfast included
- Accommodation: 1st night: tented camp, 2nd night: comfort bungalow
- Group size: 2 - 15 pax
Explore lush tropical forests while learning about the plants and animals who live there
Discover amazing waterfalls
Trek past coffee plantations while learning about the history of this valuable resource in Laos
Cool down in the highlands! Drive up to the Bolaven Plateau, a place high above the Mekong Valley known for its temperate, coffee plantations and waterfalls. Rivers run off this high plateau in all directions and then plunge out to lush forests in a series of spectacular cascading waterfalls.
The Bolaven Plateau is a vast highland rising east of Pakse to an altitude of 1000-1350 meters above sea level. Created by a gigantic extinct volcano, its cooler climate, abundant rainfall and fertile soil inspired the French colonialists in the early 20th century to introduce large scale cash crop farming like coffee, tea, rubber and tobacco to the local tribes, namely the Laven (Bo-Laven =Home of the Laven), Alak, Katu, Ta-oy and Suay. Numerous rivers cutting deep into the hard volcanic bedrock have created a wide variety of waterfalls, some of them easily accessible by road. Being famous for the production of world class coffee, it has recently become a sought after tourist destination with spectacular options. Our experienced drivers and guides are all registered and certified our contract partners for accommodation are all 3 star rated and well established.
Pakse town is located in Southern of laos, There is many interesting and do when you visit this town, Pakse is old town from indochina war and old French Colonial Buildings. In this city tour you’ll discover old French Colonial Buildings, a Vietnamese quarter, Buddhist and Chinese temples and an old Catholic church. You can visit the bustling morning market (Daoheuang market) and the Champasak Provincial Historic Museum and end your tour at a cafe and enjoy a freshly brewed Bolaven Coffee or Lao tea or go to the rooftop restaurant to see the sunset while having a refreshing Beer Lao. Alternatively enjoy sunset at Wat Sopse.
This one day of sightseeing tour takes us to the 4000 Islands on the southern tip of Laos. We visit the old French bridge at Don Det, the Somphamit gorge of Don Kone and the amazing Khonephapheng waterfall. Highlight of the day is spotting the rare and globally endangered Irrawaddy Dolphins.
Wake up early, take local transport north to a pier for the 1.5-hour boat ride on the Mekong River to a secluded area inside the Phou Xieng Thong National Protected Area that is accessible only by boat.
Explore the dramatic landscape of the Bolaven Plateau on a hiking and coffee tour from Pakse with an overnight in a local community. You’ll walk to scenic waterfalls, sample locally-grown coffee, join a traditional baci ceremony, then trek into the jungle to see a 1,000 year old rosewood tree at the base of the Dan Noy cliffs. With all transport by air-conditioned coach, this Bolaven Plateau tour includes pickup and drop-off at Pakse hotels, meals, accommodations, and activities.
Champasak is lies in southern region of lao, there is many things to do and see when you visit. This case we start from pakse to Tad fane, Then go to Boloven plateau, Tad lo, Tad phasuam and back to end at pakse