Hidden Laos

Laos

Culture

Spectacular landscapes & the hidden culture of Laos

14 days £2,295 pp This is the per person group tour price, based on 2 sharing. The price is subject to change with exchange rate and flight cost fluctuations.
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Intro

Uncover Laos' best secrets. Soak up the ambience of Luang Prabang's off-the-beaten-track charms, explore the historic Wat Xiengthong temple and venture into the wilderness of Kamu Lodge. Marvel at thousands of golden Buddha statues in the sacred Pak Ou caves. Explore the ruins of the Phou Asa Buddhist monastery as you trek through Ban Kiet Ngong. Enjoy safaris in Nam Et Phou Loeuy and a cycling tour of the beautiful 4000 Islands, before rounding up your trip with a serene sunset cruise along the mighty Mekong River.

TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

  • Wat Xieng Thong monastery
  • Explore the Pak Ou Caves
  • Xieng Khouan Buddha Park
  • The ancient Wat Sisaket temple
  • The mountain temple of Wat Phou
  • Spot Irrawaddy dolphins at Khone Pha Pheng Waterfall
  • Explore the 4000 Islands
  • The idyllic island of Don Khone

Places Visited

Luang Prabang - Ban Khomkhuang - Mekong River - Kamu - Viengthong - Nong Khiew - Vientiane - Mai Savanh Lao - Ho Pha Keo - Pakse - Bolaven Plateau - Kiet Ngong - Vat Phou Asa - 4000 Islands - Done Xang - Done Pueay - Don Som - Don Khone Island

What's Included

Arrival & departure transfers
Ground transport with driver
Domestic flights
Accommodation
Meals (refer to itinerary for meal plan)
English-speaking guides
Entrance fees to sites & parks
Itinerary & Map
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Day 1 : Arrival into Luang Prabang

On arrival at Luang Prabang airport, you will be met by your local guide and transferred to your hotel. Enjoy a welcome dinner, where you will taste local delicacies and hear more about your upcoming travels. Overnight stay in Luang Prabang. 

Meal plan: Dinner

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Day 2 : Luang Prabang

Rise early to witness monks practicing sacred Sai Bath rituals. Spend the rest of the day exploring Luang Prabang. Begin with a visit to the lively morning markets, before later touring the temples of Wat Xieng Thong and Wat Mai and visiting the National Museum of Luang Prabang. Following this, travel to the village of Ban Khomkhuang where you will learn of local customs and skills. Enjoy a traditional Baci ceremony in the home of a villager before transferring back to Luang Prabang for overnight stay. 

Meal plan: Breakfast

Located at the confluence of the Mekong and Nam Khan rivers, Luang Prabang was the royal capital and seat of the government until the Communist takeover in 1975. Like the Vientiane, the city contains many Buddhist temples, the most well-known being Wat Xeing Thong. The city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of its most famous landmarks is Wat Chom Si, a temple that sits on a large steep hill overlooking the city.

Wat Xieng Thong, also known as the Golden City Monastery, can be found near to the Mekong River in Luang Prabang. This historic monastery was built in 1560 by King Setthathilat and stands today as one of the highest symbols of Buddhism in Laos. The roof of the temple sweeps to almost reach the ground, which, along with its ornate detail both inside and outside, provides an example of classic Luang Prabang architectural style. The monastery of Wat Xieng Thong has been the site of coronation of Lao kings along with many annual Buddhist festivals. 

Wat Mai, meaning 'new temple', is one of the most grand and extravagant monasteries in Luang Prabang. Both its interior and exterior are ornately decorated with red and black lacquer and gold leaf. Located next to the Royal Palace, the Wat Mai was the temple used by Laos royalty. The temple is built in the traditional Luang Prabang style and was one of the only ones of its kind that was spared from destruction by Chinese invaders in 1887.

The National Museum in Luang Prabang, formerly known as Haw Kham, was once Laos' Royal Palace. The palace was originally built in 1904 for King Sisavang Vong and his family and later converted into a national museum that opened to the public in 1995. The grounds include many outer buildings, including the royal barge shelter, along with gardens and a statue of the King Sisavong Vong. Visitors can see many religious artifacts within the palace, along with the ornate Haw Pha Bang pavillion in the palace gardens. 

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Day 3 : Luang Prabang

Start the day by learning about the ethnic minorities of Laos at the Traditional Arts and Ethnology Centre. Continue the day with a tour of many local villages, where you will meet the Lowland Lao, Khmu and Hmong people. Later, trek beside the Mekong River and its waterfalls, before visiting the Sun Bear Refuge. Overnight stay in Luang Prabang. 

Meal plan: Breakfast & lunch

Luang Prabang's Traditional Arts and Ethnology Centre is dedicated to preserving the ethnic groups of Laos, both in history and today. Exhibits include clothing, jewellery, photography and household objects - giving visitors a glimpse into the diverse cultural heritage of Laos. 

The Khmu are an ethnic group indigenous to northern Laos - although communities can also be found in other countries, including Vietnam, Thailand and China. There is no one Khmu language, instead, the ethnic group has several different dialects. The Khmu are settled agriculturalists, who rely on agriculture and 'swidden farming', hunting and gathering for their existence. The oldest Khmu villages can be found on mountain ranges and tend to be populated entirely by Khmu. However, the more lowland Khmu settlements may also house people from other ethnic groups. 

The Sunbear Refuge in Luang Prabang is situated beside the scenic Kwang Si Waterfall. The Sunbear is an endangered species who has come under great threat in Laos from poaching and hunting. The main aim of the Sunbear Refuge is in protecting and rehabilitating the rescued bears. 

The Mekong River stretches from the Tibetan Plateau, through China, Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam - making it the longest river in Southeast Asia. Although its many waterfalls impede on navigation along the river, it remains a major trade route between western China and Southeast Asia. 

The Lowland people live on the banks of the Mekong River in Ban Sa-aat. The indigenous community speak Lao, which is said to be very closely related to the Thai language that is spoken today in Thailand. 

The Hmong are an ethnic grouping that has many sub cultures, native to the mountainous regions of China, Vietnam, Laos, Myanmar and Thailand. The Hmong community of Laos are known as Black Hmong, Striped Hmong, White Hmong and Green Hmong. These names relate to the traditional dress of each particular Hmong group. Following the 1975 Communist victory, thousands of Hmong fled Laos, seeking refuge in Thailand. 

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Day 4 : Luang Prabang - Kamu

Begin the day by taking a boat upstream to the Pak Ou Caves, where you will tour the sacred site. Later, spend the afternoon learning about the lifestyle of the indigenous Kamu community. Enjoy a traditional Kamu dinner and stay overnight in a nearby lodge. 

Meal plan: Breakfast, lunch & dinner

The Pak Ou Caves lie north of Luang Prabang at the confluence of the Mekong and Nam Ou rivers. Many caves are set within the limestone cliffs, including the most well known Tham Ting and Tham Phoum. These caves have been used for centuries to store Buddhist images and statues. During the Laos New Year, to this day, the residents of Luang Prabang travel by boat to bathe the Buddhas' within the caves. 

The Kamu tribe are an ethnic community living on the banks of the Mekong River, surrounded by the hills of terraced paddy fields. The traditional Kamu way of life is centered around agriculture, especially rice farming, hunting and gathering. Travellers can experience Kamu lifestyle by visiting Kamu Lodge, where they can learn traditional fishing techniques and sample Kamu delicacies. 

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Day 5 : Luang Prabang

Take a river cruise back to Luang Pragang, where the rest of the day will be free to spend at your leisure. Overnight stay in Luang Prabang. 

Meal plan: Breakfast

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Day 6 : Luang Prabang - Viengthong

In the morning, depart Luang Prabang for Viengthong. En route stopping to explore villages and meet ethnic tribal communities along the way. Overnight stay in Viengthong. 

Meal plan: Breakfast

Surrounded by beautiful green rice fields, the little town of Viengthong is rarely visited by foreigners, providing an insight into authentic rural Lao life removed from the tourist trail. Originally called Muang Hiam - translating to 'watch out' - tigers previously roamed the surrounding forests of Viengthong. Nowadays, only a handful of tigers exist in the Nam Et Phou Louey National Protected Area, to which Viengthong provides the gateway. 

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Day 7 : Nam Et-Phou Louey

Begin the day by travelling on to Nam Et-Phou Louey. Arrive in the Kamu village of Son Koua, where you will embark on a journey by boat along the Nam Nern River. Learn about local rice cultivation and spot native species as you cruise along the river. Later, embark on a night safari through the nearby forests with a local guide, a skilled hunter and a tracker. Spend the evening listening to Kamu folk tales, before staying overnight at a lodge in Nam Et-Phou Louey.

Meal plan: Breakfast, lunch & dinner

One of the largest national parks in Laos, the Nam Et-Phou Louey National Protected Area covers 5,959 square kilometres, spreading across 7 districts and 3 provinces - Houphan, Luang Prabang and Xieng Khouang. It is named after its 2 main features, the Nam Et River and Phou Louey Mountain (translating to "Forever Mountain"). The park has a wide diversity of flora and fauna, holding many endangered species endemic to Indochina. The five key species in the park are the tiger, gaur, white-cheeked crested gibbon, Sambar deer and otters, while all of Indochina's endemic large cats are reported to exist in the park. 

The host village for those visiting the Nam Et Phou Louey National Protected Area, San Koua Village focuses on linking conversation with tourism. The majority of the villagers are members of tourism service groups, benefiting off the park's visitors through increased income and employment for local people. As a result, the villagers are encouraged to protect and conserve the wildlife in order to attract more visitors, not only preserving it for future generations, but also increasing the local economy.

Nam Nern is the major river running through the Nam Et-Phou Louey National Protected Area. Located in the only accessible area of the park, the Nam Nern night safari provides visitors the opportunity to view its rare wildlife as they travel down the river in a long-tail boat. As a result, not only does the river contribute significantly to the livelihood of the local villagers by being the source of water and fishing, but it has also contributed to the economy of the village.

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Day 8 : Nam Et-Phou Louey - Nong Khiew

Spend the morning learning about the history of the Nam Et-Phou Louey region. Return to Son Koua village, where you will have the opportunity to taste local wine before departing for Nong Khiew. Overnight in Nong Khiew. 

Meal plan: Breakfast & lunch

The sleepy picture-postcard town of Nong Khiew provides a relaxing escape into authentic rustic Lao life. It is mostly known for its beautiful hiking trails, with dramatic rural scenery of the Nam Ou River flowing by lush vegetation and a backdrop of limestone karst mountains. Divided by a bridge over the river, most of the town's residential housing is on the west side, whilst guesthouses and restaurants are found on the east.

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Day 9 : Nong Khiew - Vientiane

Transfer to the airport in Luang Prabang for your flight to Vientiane. On arrival, transfer to your hotel and spend the rest of the day at your leisure. Overnight stay in Vientiane. 

Meal plan: Breakfast

Vientiane is the largest city in Laos. It became the country’s capital in 1593 due to fears of a Siamese invasion. Although it is still a relatively small city, Vientiane contains many temples and monuments including Pha That Luang, Wat Si Muang, a temple built on the remains of a Hindu shrine, and the Patuxai, a memorial monument inspired by the Arc de Triomphe in Paris. Energetic visitors can climb to the top of the monument and be rewarded with panoramic views of the city.

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Day 10 : Vientiane

In the morning, travel out the the Xieng Khouan Buddha Park. Afterwards, begin the journey back to Vientiane, stopping en route at Mai Savanh Lao and the Lao Disables Women Development Centre. Later, visit Wat Sisaket and Ho Pha Keo, before learning of the Secret War at the COPE Visitor Centre. Overnight stay in Vientiane. 

Meal plan: Breakfast

Xieng Khouan, meaning spirit city, is a sculpture park that contains hundreds of Hindu and Buddhist statues. This Buddha Park was created in 1958 by Luang Pu - a priest who integrated Hinduism and Buddhism. The ornate statues within the park are each very unique and take the form of humans, gods, animals and demons. 

Mai Savanh Lao, meaning 'the silk from paradise, is a fair trade silk and tea company. The region is famed for its silk, and here, visitors can learn the process of silk weaving - from silk form, to rearing and the final product. 

The Lao Disabled Women's Development Centre is a non-profit organisation, whose purpose is to offer training, employment, support and community for women with disabilities. Visitors can tour the centre and choose to partake in a handicraft class.

Wat Sisaket is a Buddhist temple in Vientiane. It was built between 1819 and 1824 by Chao Anou, on the orders of King Anouvong, and is thought to be the oldest surviving temple within the city. It is made up of a number of towers, including a drum tower, along with a cloister wall that displays over 2,000 Buddha images, and Jakata murals - which depict stories of the Buddha's past lives.

COPE, stands for 'Cooperative Orthotic and Prosthetic Enterprise'. It was founded in 1977 with the aim of providing individuals with physical disabilities access to a free rehabilitation service. Together with assistance from the government, COPE has been fundraising and producing orthotic and prosthetic devices, along with providing the rehabilitation and therapy needed to support local individuals. Many of whom, who live in remote and rural locations, are reached through COPE's use of satellite rehabilitation services. In 2008, COPE opened its Visitor Centre, where visitors can learn about disability in Laos and of the work that is being done by the charity.

Located in Vientiane, the majestic Ho Pha Keo temple was originally built in 1565 as a royal chapel for the celebrated statue of the Emerald Buddha after it was taken from North Thailand in 1551. The statue remained in the temple for over 200 years until it was recaptured by the Thais in 1778 and returned to Bangkok, where it now sits in the Grand Palace. Ho Pha Keo has been rebuilt many times, first destroyed between 1828 and 1829 by Siamese armies before being rebuilt in 1936, and restored again in 1942 and 1993. Today it is used as a museum, exhibiting religious art, Khmer stone carvings and numerous Buddha statues. A 2000-year-old stone jar from Plain of Jars can also be found in the manicured garden.

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Day 11 : Pakse – Bolaven Plateau

Begin the day with a flight on to Pakse, where, on arrival you will travel on to see the many waterfalls of the Bolaven Plateau. These will include the scenic, Tad Fane, Tad Yeung and Phasuam waterfalls. Later, encounter the Katou people of Ban Phoung Cook and learn more of their heritage whilst visiting a national ethno-cultural open air museum. Overnight in Bolaven Plateau. 

Meal plan: Breakfast

The Bolaven Plateau is situated in southern Laos, on the site of an ancient volcano that erupted millions of years ago. It lies at an altitude of up to 1350 meters above sea level, remaining lush and green all year round and staying cooler than the rest of Laos and Thailand. The plateau is home to a number of scenic rivers and waterfalls, including the famous Tad Fane waterfall. The Bolaven Plateau region is also well known for its ethnic minorities, along with its coffee and tea production. 

The falls of Tad Fane can be found in the jungle of Dong Hua Sao. This striking waterfall has a drop of over 100 metres down steep cliffs into a gorge. Visitors can hike up to the top of the waterfall to enjoy scenic views of the surrounding rainforest. 

The Tad Yeaung waterfall provides a picturesque spot on the Bolaven Plateau. Visitors can use a pathway that travels up towards the top of the waterfall - stopping at platforms along the way to take in the view before enjoying a swim in its pools. 

The Katou people are a small ethnic group who reside in southern Laos. The community is known for their contrasting red and black weaved textiles and intricate tapestries. The Katou people practice distinct cultural traditions, for instance, families carve unique wooden coffins meant to send their each of their family members into the next life. These are made by hand, well before their deaths and are then stored beneath their houses until they may be needed. 

The Phasuam waterfall is shaped in a distinct U shape, where the Housai Champi River cascades down across the Bolaven Plateau. Visitors can cross a wooden bridge that overlooks the waterfall, enjoying the picturesque views before taking a swim in the tranquil pools of the falls. 

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Day 12 : Wat Phou - Kiet Ngong

Embark on a journey to Wat Phou and take a tour of the temple. Continue on to Kiet Ngong, where you will travel by elephant back to  Vat Phou Asa Monastery. Overnight stay in Kiet Ngong. 

Meal plan: Breakfast & lunch

Wat Phou, meaning 'mountain temple', is a UNESCO-listed Kher temple that lies at the foot of mount Phu Kao. Ancient stone inscriptions at the ruins of this Hindu temple speak of how it was originally built during the 5th century. It was later restored and enlarged during the 11th, 12th and 13th century. Following the collapse of Khmer power, Buddhism then became the dominant religion of Southeast Asia, leading to changes of Wat Phou temple that would better serve Buddhist practices. The preserved ruins include many interesting features, such as reflection pools and statues of ruling kings of the time. Atop Phou Asa mountain, visitors can enjoy unspoilt views of the Xe Pian forests, Kiet Ngong wetlands and the waterfalls of the Bolaven Plateau.

The village of Kiet Ngong lies within the Xe Pian National Park in southern Laos. It sits at the foot of Phou Asa at the edge of the Kiet Ngong wetlands, which are inhabited by a rich birdlife, working elephants and herds of buffalo. The village is home to the Lowland Lao ethnic community, who live an authentic rural way of life in traditional houses.

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Day 13 : Champassak - 4000 Islands

Begin the day with a visit to the famous Phapeng Waterfall. Continue on to Ban Nakasang, boarding a boat that will take you on a cruise through the 4000 islands. Take a cycling trip on Don Khone island, see the Liphi Waterfall and looking out for the freshwater, Irrawaddy dolphins. Later, enjoy a sunset cruise along the Mekong River, stopping to visit the islands of Done Xang, Done Pueau and Don Som. Return to Don Khone Island for overnight stay. 

Meal plan: Breakfast

The Khone Pha Pheng Waterfall can be found in Si Phan Don, in the Champassak province of southern Laos. These are the largest and most dramatic waterfalls anywhere along the Mekong River. It is here that the river broadens out to the area known as 4000 islands, famed as the home of rare Irrawaddy dolphins. Visitors to the Khone Pha Pheng Waterfalls can climb to a viewpoint, enjoying panoramic views of the falls, along with the many islands below. 

The 4000 islands lie along the widest section of the Mekong River in the southern region of Laos. Also known as Si Phan Don, these islands sit between the shallow networked waterways of the river. Some of these islands are so small that they disappear beneath the waters surface during the rainy seasons. These small islands can only be reached by boat - some of the most famous include Don Khone and Don Som. 

Don Khone is one of the many islands that makes up the 4000 islands of the Mekong River. Kher era temples and ruins can be found on the island, suggesting that has been inhabited for around 1000 years. This idyllic island also serves as a reminder of Laos colonial history, being home to former French ports and buildings. Small villages are dotted across the island, giving an indication of a traditional way of life in Laos. From Don Khone, visitors can see the impressive Li Phi Waterfalls and search the river for Irrawaddy dolphins. 

Li Phi Waterfall, also known as 'Taat Somphamit Waterfalls', can be found between Don Sanlat and Don Khon islands along the Mekong River. It is made up of a series of rapids and cascades, measuring as the widest and longest waterfall complex in the world. 'Li Phi' is said to mean 'spirit trap' - the waterfall is believed, as told by ancient Lao mythology, to catch wayward spirits and ghosts. The Li Phi waterfall leads to a much calmer section of the river, which forms a perfect habitat for endangered fresh water dolphins - the Irrawaddy. Its pools are an ideal spot to relax and swim, in search of this rare dolphin.

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Day 14 : Don Khone - Pakse - Departure

After breakfast, take a boat back to Ban Nakasand. Depart for Pakse airport for your departure flight and onward journey. 

Meal plan: Breakfast

Accommodation

Accommodation

All accommodation subject to availability. Final accommodation choices will be confirmed after booking.

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Victoria Xiengthong Palace Hotel

The Victoria Xiengthong Palace Hotel is located on the banks of the Mekong River in central Luang Prabang - surrounded by the spires of the town's most famous Buddhist temples. The building itself was once home to the Laos Royalty, it has since been converted into a hotel and provides guests with an insight into the region's heritage. The spacious bedrooms are decorated with silk tapestries and dark wood furniture that hints towards traditional Lao culture. The rooms are also equipped with modern facilities, including air conditioning, wifi and satellite television. The hotel restaurant and bar offer an authentic local dining experience, where guests can enjoy views across the Mekong River. 

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Kamu Lodge

Kamu Lodge is situated on the banks of the Mekong River in rural Laos. The eco-lodge was designed in a way that would complement the local environment - being built with local and natural materials. Its aim is to provide travellers with an authentic Lao experience whilst preserving the region's cultural and ethnic heritage. The tented lodges are sheltered by thatched roofs and have simple furnishings, which complement the remote and rustic feel of Kamu Lodge. The bedrooms are fitted with some modern comforts, including an en suite shower room with hot running water. The lodge works closely with a local remote village of Kamu, where guests can learn about their way of life. The thatched restaurant stands on stilts and allows guests to continue their authentic Lao experience, where they can enjoy a variety of local Kamu delicacies. 

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Local Guesthouse

The guesthouse in Viengthong allows travellers to really get a feel for the culture and way of life in Laos. The guesthouse will be equipped with basic facilities, providing a comfortable base from which to explore the nearby Nam Et-Phou Louey National Protected Area. 

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Local Eco-lodge

The eco-lodges in Nam Et-Phou Louey are designed to conserve the natural environment and protect the traditional culture of ethnic Lao communities in the region. The lodges are simply furnished to complement their remote setting. They provide a great location from which to explore the surrounding wildlife, where guests can look out for native species and experience local culture. 

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Nong Khiew Riverside

Nong Khiew Riverside Bungalows are located in Nong Khiew, surrounded by mountainous scenery and the tranquil Ou River. Each bungalow provides guests with comfortable and spacious bedrooms and, more importantly, a private balcony that overlooks the surrounding wildlife. The simple decor complements the natural and remote setting of the Riverside Bungalows. Guests can hike and cycle through the mountains, kayak along the river - or choose to enjoy the relaxed setting from their bungalow terrace. 

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Salana Boutique Hotel

Salana Boutique Hotel is situated at the heart of Vientiane. The interior is tastefully decorated with both contemporary and traditional Lao furnishings. The spacious bedrooms are equipped with modern comforts that includes wifi and satellite television. Guests can choose between dining in the Kitchen Vibe Bistro or The Living Room, which is located on the 4th floor of the hotel - providing views across the city of Vientiane and the Mekong River.

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Falls View Resort (Formerly Tad E-Tu Resort)

Falls View Resort is nestled amongst the wildlife of Ban Phakkout. The quaint wooden bungalows at the resort provide guests with modern comforts along with an authentic rural Lao experience. Each bungalow has its own balcony, from which guests can relax and enjoy views across the surrounding natural landscapes. The on site restaurant offers a combination of local Lao and Thai dishes. Tad E-Tu Resort provides the perfect location from which to explore the region, where sights such as the E-Tu Waterfall and Tad Gneuang Waterfall are within walking distance. 

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King Fisher Eco-Lodge

King Fisher Eco-Lodge can be found nestled in the remote wilderness of the Champassak province. It provides a comfortable base from which to explore the nearby Kiet Ngong Wetlands. The bungalows on the lodge are built using local materials and knowledge, meaning that they blend seamlessly into the surrounding wildlife. They are furnished with basic necessities, including running hot water, which give guests the chance to immerse themselves in a traditional rural way of life. The stilted restaurant overlooks the wetlands, where guests can enjoy a combination of Lao and Italian dishes. 

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Sala Don Khone

Sala Don Khone is situated on the Mekong River, at the heart of Ban Khone village on Don Khone Island. The floating bungalows provide a unique opportunity to stay on the Mekong River. The bedrooms are decorated in a simple style that complements the natural surroundings - whilst they are also equipped with modern facilities to allow for a comfortable stay. Guests can enjoy relaxing on the bungalow terrace and looking out across the river in search of the Irrawaddy dolphin. Sala Don Khone provides an idyllic location from which to explore the surrounding wildlife of the 4000 Islands. 

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