Jungle Jar in Luang Prabang is a partnership between a local Khmu village and Tiger Trail to handcraft these bamboo water bottles. These bottles can be ordered and tailor-made, and you can even visit the village where these are produced.
Laos has just launched the new LaoSafe Programme - a health and hygiene programme for the tourism sector designed to support the upcoming re-opening of international borders and a return of international visitors to the Land of a Million Elephants.
The Cave of Teeth 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
Get a great insight into how to spend 24 hours in Luang Prabang, Laos. From temples to sunset cocktails, beautiful botanical gardens and the finest in traditional art and crafts, this will give you an insight into a region of Laos with so much to offer.
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 mysterious Plain of Jars in Laos, which is giving archaeologists clues to an ancient civilization, has just joined the list of UNESCO World Heritage protected sites.
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.