• Family
  • 8 days 7 nights
  • 3
  • 4


Arrive in Vientiane/ Depart from Luang Prabang

Visits: Vientiane, Vang Vieng & Luang Prabang.

Families with children over 10 are suitable to take this tour, which offers you most highlights of spectacular temples and countryside landscapes. Many exciting activities are also included, such as lantern making, caves discovering, following a treasure hunt mission in Luang Prabang, ... We're sure all your family members will satisfy with our services.


Tour Highlights:

 - Create your own traditionnal lantern in Sa paper - Luang Prabang

 - Suspenseful Treasure Hunt in Luang Prabang

 - The religious symbol of the Luang Prabang province (Pak Ou Caves)

 - Trekking in Vang Vieng surroundings - 2 hours

 - Visit of the city of Luang Prabang (UNESCO World Heritage) with a guide - Luang Prabang

 - Visit of the city of Vientiane

 - Luang Prabang

 - Vang Vieng

 - Vientiane

  • Day 1 - Vientiane arrival

    Our guide will be waiting for you at the airport to transfer you to the hotel for checking in. Room is available from 2.00pm. The balance of day is free for your to discover the city on your own pace or simply relax. Enjoy you first meals here on your own. Night at the hotel. 


  • Day 2 - Vientiane city tour (B)

    Spend the whole day for the capital city of Laos. Particularly, you will visit :

    Vat Sisaket – the largest and most beautiful temple in Vientiane which, inspired from the Siamese, presents its own unique architecture.  Its old ‘Bangkok’ style has actually saved it from destruction.

    Vat Phra Keo - erected in 1565 to commemorate the Emerald Buddha it holds. It was rebuilt exactly the same in 1942. The Buddha it shelters now stands under sloping, excellent carved wood panels.

    Pha That Louang - a cloister guarding a big stupa, luckily saved when the Siamese raided this city. The Ho plunderers demaged it in 1873, but in 1930 it was restored by the French. It is officially the iconic image of the nation, representing both Lao’s sovereignty and Buddhism. This relic is really a masterpiece of Laotian architecture.

    Patuxay - a monument built to remind the intense war against France. From its top we can see a panorama of Vientiane top.
    Talat Kua Din Market – an interesting local market.

    Afterwards, take a visit to the Cope museum. Opening for tourists in 2008, this museum presents the action undertaken by Cope - an organization cooperating with the government to widen knowledges about the unexploded ordnance (known as UXOs) situation in Laos and help the invalid victims of the Indochina war. Those actions are presented in an interactive way in the Cope center. You can spend time in the projection room to watch some brilliant documentary films about UXO’s and Cope, and acces in a reproduction of a Lao house, try to make some normal footsteps with a prosthetic, and enjoy arts and sculptures with mine. It's really talent of the Cope Center museum to present a sensitive subject in an impressive way. This will offer you a very enriching experience with a deep look into an important part of Laos history.
    To wrap up the day, take a stroll along the Mekong River before sunset. Find some scrumptious local foods for you own meals.Night at the hotel.


  • Day 3 - Vientiane Buddha Park – Vang Vieng (B)

    In the morning, we drive (by private vehicle) 25 km southeasterly towards Buddha Park, also known as Xieng Khuang. Erected in 1958, lying in a grass field by the Mekong River, this park holds many kinds of Hindu and Buddhist Sculptures. On the way there, you will also see the National Cultural Park and the impressive Friendship Bridge across Mekong, linking Laos and Thailand.

    Afterwards, continue to drive more 3.5 hours (156 km) towards Vang Vieng. Stop en route for Vang Sang in which dozens of 16th-century Buddha high reliefs are sheltered. Situated on Route 13 between Vientiane and Luang Prabang, by the Nam Song river's banks, Vang Vieng is surrounded by a spectacular landscapes of the Karstic mountain range and the Vang Vieng region. Check into your hotel at this town. Have your own meals here. Night at the hotel.


  • Day 4 - Vang Vieng – Luang Prabang (B)

    Rise up early and spend your morning for several caves around Vang Vieng – the most attractive places of the area. Then have a long drive of 6 hours (227 km) towards Luang Prabang – the ancient royal of Luang Prabang – a world heritage site recognized by UNESCO, with some stops at beautiful local villages. Upon arrival at the city, you have the balance of day free at your leisure. All meals are on your own. Spend your night at the hotel.

    Remark: As road to the caves of Vang Vieng are steep and high, elder travellers or travellers with bone and joint problems are not recommended to join this day trip.


  • Day 5 - Luang Prabang sightseeing (B,L)

    Today is spent for Luang Prabang. Situated on the left bank of the Mekong River, it used to be a religious capital, housing more than 100 beautiful temples. Particularly, you will discover:

    Vat Xieng Thong – contains numerous holy buildings (or Temple of the Royal City – the finest temple in the city)

    Vat Visoun – the city’s most ancient temple with wooden windows designed under influences of the Vat Phou’s Khmer temple.

    Vat Phou and Vat Aham : Vat Visoun’s neighbor, set in frame by two large Banyan trees

    To continue our trip outside the city surrounded by misty mountains and the smaller Nam Khan river, you can cross the this river and take a 4-km ride along the Mekong river towards paper village of Ban Xieng Lek and Ban Xang Khong. A remarkable lunch will be served on the terrace over the Mekong (without the villagers).

    After lunch, spend your afternoon to explore the art of making the Sa paper. You will have chances to learn to create two lantern patterns from Sa paper with the local artisan’s assistance. The artisan will also demonstrate how to create the lantern step by step with the 2 techniques of fabrication. With those knowledges you have just learned through the lesson, try to creat your own lantern and it's possible to bring it home as a souvenir. Tea, coffee and small snack will be served during you activity by the family. In the late afternoon, the H’mong Night Market, setting up every day in the main street in the late afternoon from 5.00pm to 10.00pm, will be arranged to visit. Enjoy dinner by yourself. Overnight at the hotel.


  • Day 6 - Treasure hunt in Luang Prabang (B,L)

    Your whole day will be spent for a very entertaining and interesting game pursuing a stolen treasure. This game offers you chances to get to know about the traditions and the secrets of the ancient royal capital of Laos. This treasure hunt is actually a time-travel journey back to five centuries ago, when two hermits discovered this unspoiled place of civilization. Each event refers to a period of history. There are protected, iconic and hidden places of the city and you mission is to find out them all. You will sure have to meet the locals to complete the task. With a small Laotian book, you will direct your tuk tuk guide and talk wo the locals to exchange necessary informations. As you succeed to open the treasure chest holding the code, which will have been restored during this exciting day full of discoveries, the reward for your try will be a drink shared with a local Lao family. During the game, have a break for a pleasant lunch. Enjoy your own dinner. Overnight at the hotel.


  • Day 7 - Luang Prabang – Pak Ou Cave – Kamu Lodge (B,L,D)

    Board a traditional boat today to take a cruise along the Mekong River. Enjoy lunch on boat, stop en route to visit the holy Pak Ou caves which protects hundreds of Buddha statuettes. From the caves you will have an impressive view of the Mekong at the confluence with Nam Ou River. Keep cruising upstream till we reach Eco Lodge, situated close to a Khamu village. The Mekong River is at the lowest part of a precipitous sided valley, bordered by tropical forest both sides. Time passes by and a village will be observable. This part of the river is known to harbor the famous Mekong giant catfish and you will see an usual picture of fishermen waiting patiently for their rare chance to come. Around mid-day we will reach your lodge, lying amongst lush tropical vegetation in the central of the Lao jungle. This will be your perfect hideaway, far from your problems in daily life.

    Enjoy lunch after settling into your tent, and then depart to visit the neighbor village of Ban Nyoy Har, where 63 families make a living in traditional Kamu fashion. Stroll along and observe firsthand Kamu’s way of living: children playing with their own joys, a villager scooping harvested peanuts from a tarp to a bamboo basket, another braiding strips of bamboo into a cylinder for rice,… Animals with their childs are wandering everywhere…. Dinner and night at the lodge.


  • Day 8 - Kamu Lodge - Luang Prabang - Departure (B)

    This morning, hop on the boat again to cruise back to Luang Prabang, with the beautiful countryside offerred along the way. Make some stops at some of many villages located on the Mekong’s riverbanks for interesting walks. Disembark at Luang Prabang pier and directly move to the airport for your onward flight. Meals on your own. Our services are end here. 

The price includes   The price excludes

• Accommodation in the category chosen or similar (subject to availability).

• Meals as mentioned in the program. B: Breakfast, L: Lunch, D: Dinner.

• All local boat rentals and cycling as mentioned in the program.

• Transfer from and to the airports by private vehicle with A/C. Transportation by private vehicle with A/C.

• All entrance fees and sightseeing as mentioned in the program.

• Local English speaking guide(s) in Laos.


• Meals and drinks are not mentioned in the program.

• International flight tickets and airport taxes.

• Visa fee upon arrival in Laos.

• Tips & personal expenses. Personal insurance. Any service not clearly mentioned in the program.


  • Family
  • 8 days 7 nights
  • 3
  • 4
From: 537$

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