Phosy Thalang Guesthouse and Restaurant is a popular stop on Thakhek Loop in Khammouane, but its the trekking here that is the real highlight. Explore the Nakai Plateau with Amphai and her team.
Laos is on the tip of everyone's tongue and for good reason. Come and explore some of the many recommendations on why you should visit Laos. From travel powerhouses such as Conde Naste, National Geographic and many more - everyone is saying the same thing. Visit Laos Now.
If you are doing the Thakhek Loop and looking for somewhere to cool down, then Cool Spring is your place. Just a couple of km of the main road, the drive into the base of the mountains is stunning.
A visit to Kuang Si Waterfalls is a must when visiting Luang Prabang. Make the most of the trip out by combining one of the most beautiful waterfalls in SE Asia with bears, butterflies and buffalos and some delicious ice cream!
Hidden in the mountains of northern Laos, Tham Khieo (the Cave of Teeth) is shrouded in mystery and rarely visited even by the most adventurous of travellers. Thought to be a cave used by the Pathet Lao during the Indochina War, local folklore includes that it may have been used to house American prisoners of war.
Laos offers a wealth of off-road biking opportunities all over the country. Check out this single track bamboo route from the Mekong plains to the Phou Phenang Plateau just north of Vientiane.
Laos is a spectacularly beautiful place for a holiday, and has some amazing places to capture those perfect instagrammable moments. Here's 10 of our favourite Instagram spots around Laos, from the north to the very south.
Follow the Married Wanders as they trek and kayak through the Nam Ha Protected Area outside of Luang Namtha on this 2 day / 1 night kayaking and trekking tour, with local market visits, foraging and cooking food local-style.
The Thakhek Loop, also known as the Kong Lor Loop, is a spectacular 3-4 day trip around the karst limestone peaks of Khammouane Province in central Laos. The 450km journey includes over 30 scenic sites to visit along the way including the 8km long Kong Lor Cave. and the adventure centre at The Rock.
Heading north from Luang Prabang, the scenery gets even better as your approach Nong Khiaw and Muang Ngoi, with the misty mountains towering over these small towns in northern Laos.
This official video of The Gibbon Experience offers a fascinating introduction into the Project, its work and the Gibbons.