Luang Prabang Cycling To Siem Reap - 24 Days

Luang Prabang Cycling To Siem Reap - 24 Days
Tour Itinerary

Luang Prabang Cycling To Siem Reap - With the official tourism slogan ‘Simply Beautiful’, popular destinations include the beautiful ancient royal city of Luang Prabang; the French-inspired capital Vientiane; Muang Ngoi Neua and Vang Vieng; The Plain of Jars; Si Phan Don (Four Thousand Islands) and the Bolaven Plateau famous for its waterfalls and coffee.
Day 1 : Luang Prabang to Kiew Ka Cham (78Km) ( L,D )
Pick up at 7:30 from your hotel. After checking your bikes, depart from Luang Prabang and cycle the way to Kiew Ka Cham passing on the mountain road passing lush forest, and many small H’Mong villages that sit dwarfed by the amazing landscape of limestone mountains that surround them. Dinner and overnight in Kiew Ka Cham.
Day 2 : Kiew Ka Cham – Kasi (94 Km) ( B , L , D )
After breakfast, fill in water and be prepared to get on the bike. Today is the hard part of cycling with some up hills and down hills. So, we will start a bit early. You will be high in the mountains for the first half of the day following a ridge line up and down with peaks all around. In the afternoon it is time to relax a bit as the road is largely downhill along a valley to our overnight stop of Kase, a small village on top of the mountains.
Day 3 : Kasi – Vang Vieng (57 Km) ( B , L , D )
Cycle the 57km to Vang Vieng hopefully arriving early afternoon, spend, the afternoon to go caving or tubing on the Nam Song River or just relaxing. Then, the ride to Vang Vieng is a relatively easy day traveling through the lush greof rice fields. Vang Vieng is set in a prime location. Surrounded by, limestone peaks, caves, and rivers this town see its fair share of travelers, but for good reason. Overnight in Vang Vieng.
Day 4 : Vang Vieng – Phong Hong (Nam Ngum Lake) 85km ( B , L , D )
Spend the day cycling mainly downhill to Phong Hong and the Nam Ngum Lake, a man-made lake, formed by the damn. Dinner and spend the night near the lake.
Day 5: Nam Ngum Lake – Vientiane 85km ( B, L )
Cycling start from your hotel to Vientiane the road becomes mainly flat for this ride and you should be back in Vientiane. Explore the city and have dinner on your own. Overnight in Vientiane.
Day 6 : Vientiane Fly to Pakse ( B )
All-day free to explore city and driver pick up to the airport for flight to Pakse. Arrival check-in hotel.
Day 7 : Pakse – Bolaven Plateau (Tad Fan waterfal ( B , L , D )
An easy start to the day, after breakfast we ride from the hotel after 8 ka m on flat a road in town the road is sliguslog uphill to begin our journey the into coffee e growing area of Laos, the Bolaven plateau. After, a town we start to climb up into the temperate coffee growing area renowned for its Arabica and Robusta beans. These beans fetch some of the highest coffee prices in the world. The road undulates but has a definite upward feeling. As we climb, we see coffee everywhere as the plantations converge on the side of the road. We finish at the wonderful Tad Fane resort, which provides a stunning backdrop and the very impressive Tad Fane fall, if you are feeling energetic you can cycle to the other waterfall for swimming. Alternatively, you can relax in the restaurant and take the wonderful view. Dinner is at the resort
Elevation: Pakse = 170 m above sea level
Tadfan resort = 959 m above sea level.
Distance: 38 km (on good quality asphalt road but ascend)
Day 8: Tad Fane – Tad lo (Tad means water waterfall, L, D )
(Resort is at an altitude of 960 m above sea level)Today is the best rionnwritinghis trip, after 12 the climb we reach the top of Bolavene plateau (at an altitude of 1280 m above sea level). However, riding in the early morning makes you warm through the cold morning on the plateau, and you still have more energy in the morning, after a short break in a small town on together plate the au we continue our riding for another 38 km to a small town of Tha Teng (at an altitude of 860 m above sea level), this 38- kilomdescentecent is one of the rides ride in this trip, we have noodle soup for lunch at the local restaurant, 30 km from our destination, Tad Lor Resort (at an altitude of 750 m above sea level) Riding after lunch takes us very easy downhill but dirt road for 21 km to the junction, the rest of the road just 9 km on asphalt road and it is mainly flat. We check in the hotel in the afternoon and it is your time for swimming at the waterfall, relaxenjoyoying the, vierideiding around. Dinner is at the hotel.
Elevation: Departure point 959 m above sea level
Highest point: 1280 m above sea level
Arrival point: 346 m above sea level.
Ride: 80 km (12 km ascend, 68 km de, scend  and flat, including 21 ka m on the dirt a road)
Day 9 : Tad Lor – Pakse – Champasak ( B , L , D )
After breakfast, we head towards Pakse. This road undulates and has a couple of lenclimbsclimb in it one of 5 km one of 49 km, but they are quite grduagradualore we turn right and head down way into Pakse. The last 2intoin to Pakse is downhill and can be covered quickly, be careful as we head into town as the traffic increases signisignificantlyter lunch in, a town we crisscross over the bridge to the right side or Thai side (but it is Lao territory ) we keep riding g on a flat road to the former southern kingdom of the land of million elephants, the present town of Champasak consist of a small settlement on the Thai side of the Mekong River, whose main interest of the visitors is its proximity to the famous Khmer site of Wat Phou, a name which indicates a connection with the ancient Cham kingdom, contemporaneous with the early Khmer empire.
Elevation: Tad Lor = 346 m above sea level
Highest point: 606 m above sea level.
Champasak = 124 m above sea level
Ride: 110 km on good quality asphalt road
Day 10 : Champasack – Khong Island (4000 islands) ( B , L , D )
Si Phan Done in Lao means 4000 islands; it is the widest and most charismatic part of the Mekong River and is our destination today. We leave as early as we can after breakfast, after 2 km of riding from the hotel, we cross the Mekong River on a very unusual mode of transport to the other side and after a short ride to the main road and then start heading soua th again towards Cambodia. Today is mainly flat with quiet road and some interesting scenery, we pass many villages with children standing in groups waving their hands saying say hello, it would be strange for them to see the tourists travel by bicycles (it feels hard for them).so we stop every 20 or 25 km for refreshments and we have lunch under the tree by the road when we feel like it. We then cross back over to the Mekong River to one of the big islands lands in the Mekong River, Kong Island (it is the hometown n of the former Lao president). We cycle a short way to our hotel. Dinner is in the hotel.
Elevation: Champasak =124 m above sea level
Khong island = 120 m above sea level.
Distance: 113 km (on good quality asphalt road, and mainly flat)
Day 11 : Khong island – Khone island ( B , L , D )
Today is a day to explore, we once again cross the river to mainland land and head south where we ride as far as on the main road, we turn to the village where the long-tail long-tail boat with all bikes, luggage, and our staff so we leave our support van at the village, we take a short boat trip to the small island of Don Det where we will have lunch. After lunch we ride along the old French Railway down to the beach where we get on small boats to Cambodian waters in search of fresh water Dolphins, After an hour we ride bathe k to the hotel at Don Khone is and., Distance: 30 km (Haft riding is on good quality asphalt road and the rest is on the path but ia t is fantastic stic ride and flat)
Dy 12: Donkhone Island – Cambodia -Stung Treng (80km (, L, D )
After breakfast boat rides the from the hotel to mainland land, we cycling cycle from the village to the main road and head south to the border, on the way stop at Khonphapheng waterfall, the biggest waterfall on the Mekong River aa after a short visit to the waterfall we cycle the rest to the border where you goodbye to Lao guide and driver, after immigration formalities in Lara s we take a short drive to Cambodian immigration where you meet Cambodian guide and driver to start your trip to Cambodia.
Day 13 : Stung Treng – Irrawady Dolphin – Kratie (75km( B , L , D )
Breakfast in Stung Treng. Cycle along the Mekong  River on a dirt road for 30km. We transfer on the National Road as we cannot avoid this part. Cycle the last 45km on the back road along the Mekong River. The road is sealed but small with less traffic than the National road. It is also interesting to see the villages and scenery along the Mekong. We stop halfway to take the boat trip at Prek Kamp spot for efreshwaterresh water Irraway Dolphin. If you miss the chance to see the Dolphin at 4 Thousand Islands, you will be a bit le to see it at Prek Kampi for sure. After the boat trip, cycle the last 23km to Kratie. Dinner and overnight in Kratie.
Day 14: Kratie – Mondulkiri (Northern Hill Tribes Territory)(80k m)( B, L, D )
After breakfast, we transfer aboSeoulhours via Seoul to Keo Sima. Along the road, we can see some plantations initiated by the French. Then we start cycling with some uphills. The scenery after lunch is the best in Cambodia for cycling. We can view the pine forest and endless hill with green grass. We arrive in Mondulkiri and eck in the hotel. In the late afternoon, we cycle around the town and go on tells about 300 meters altitude high to view the sunset on top of meters at the Sea-Forest to see how amazing the nature is. Dinner and overnight in Mondulkiri.
Day 15: Sen Monorom – Bou Sra Water Fall (Cycling7 7m ) ( B, L, D )
Breakfast in Sen Monorom. Fill in the water, and start cycling out off Sen Monorom. Soon, we get to the dirt road passing the coffee plantation. We stop to have a quick visit at the plantation. Then continue on some of the sealed roads dirt roads through the jungle. Stop and relax to true the true nature. Then go to Bou Sra waterfall. Enjoy the lunch waterfall. Enjoy swimmiwaterfallwater fall and take some photos in Phnong minority clothes. Afternoon back to Sen Monorom for dinner and overnight
Day 16: Sen Monorom – Elephant Valley – Danrey Choun Wak  5km ( B, L, D)
Breakfast in Sen Monorom. Then we cycle 10km to Elephant Valley. This is a rescue center to protect the elephants from trafficking. You have a full-day full-day volunteer to work in this Elephant Valley to take care of the elephants. The staff at the project will on guide you how to do the job. Lunch at the valley. Dinner and overnight in Sen Monorom
Day 17: Mondulkiri-Chlong-Kampong Cham 8 5k m) ( B, L, D)
Breakfast at the hotel. Chalongnsfer to Chlong. Then start cycle ing along the Mekong River. This back road is nice for cycling to see the real-life experience of the local people who earn their living along the Mekong River. Most of them earn their living by farming and fishing. past cycle passes a few Muslim communities. Then we cross the Mekong River by ferrcommunitiesg Trong. Continue to cycle another 33km on some dirt roads and the sealed road to Kampong Cham. Dinner and overnight in Kampong Cham.
Day 18 : Kampong Cham – Phnom Penh – ( 40 km )( B ,L )
Breakfast at the hotel. Cycling and transfer by van to Phnomcheck-INR check in the hotel, and dinner explore by yourself – Overnight in Phnom Penh City
Day 19 :Cycle to Oudon 55km ( B , L )
Transfer tChhnangng Channing,8:00 Am Pick up from your hotel lobby and head straight out from Phnom Penh into the stunning landscapes of rice and coconut trees as we make our way to Oudong Mountain via Phnom Basset. We stop to enjoy fresh watermelon along the way as well as a range of other tasty local snacks. As the day wears on, we see a hill suddenly jut out of the completely flat countryside and this is Oudong, athe great place for a meal and a great place for a view of the plains. After lunch, we take a drive up Channing, the home of Cambodian ceramic pottery and genuine floating villages.O/N iChhnangng Channing.
Biking Distance: 5 km
Meals: L, D
Day 20 :Cycle Kampong Chanang & Battambang 40km
We start the day with a pedal arounChhnangng Channing to see what village life in this area means. We’ll see the pottery villages from which, terracotta pots of all sizes are distributed throughout Cambodia. We visit an abandoned airfield from the Khmer Rouge times and we might never n try out our hand at some farm work, time permitting. We then take a drive to Battambang, a rural center and home to some interesting french arch centers. We take an afternoon ride to see some of these buildings and then take a ride on the famous Bamboo Train.O/N in Battambang.
hiking Distance: 40 -55 k
Meals: B, L, D
Day 21 :Cycle Battambang – Siem Reap – 30km
Transfer to Siem Reap, As we wake on our third day, you will be wishing it not to end, but there is still time to learn about the village industries of Battambang, For this we meet up with a local university student who will show us around the villages just outside Battambang. The ride is on a lovely route along the river with lots of shade. We stop to see rice paper making, banana drying, riceprahokand prahok production, as well as a stop at the best snack of op in all of Cambodia, the kralanh shop. Here we try sticky rice with coconut and beans which are prepared in a bamboo tube. We return to town in the late morning and afmakeslunch make our way to Siem Reap in the support vehicle. The tour concludes with a drop-off at Siem Reap hotel
Biking Distance: 30 45 km
Meals: B, 
Accommodation: Siem Reap Hotel  3 *
Day 22: Siem Reap – Tonle Sap Lake
Our guide the brief you on the biking loop at the hotel’s lobby and afterward start cycling to Me Chrey floating village through the rice paddies and Khmer tradition which usewhichre are located 20km from the town. On arrival at the pier, you’ll get a gentle kayak through the floating village where gentle be welcomed by warming smiles from the humble Cambodian people who live on this fantastic lake. You leisurely enjoy kayaking until reaching the end of the village and there you will be welcomed by our local host, a local lunch in a beautiful setting is ready for you. After a decent lunch, you’ll be taken for a soft adventure kayaking to the exotic mangroves in high water season (September – March) yet during low water season (April – August) you will kayak along the Tonle Sap Lake seeing rare birds in this tranquil setting giving you a once in a lifetime experience leavingeverlastinger lasting memories before transferring back by boat to the pier and again you will optionally cycle back to Siem Reap town.
Cyclin Distance: 4 km
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Accommodation: Siem Reap Hotel 3 *
Day 23: Siem Reap – Angkor Temples
Today, a bit early breathe akfast at hot6:00 amend 6:00 am and then you will leave for the cycling tour to the temples of Angk6.30 amund 6.30 am. You start riding from the hotel to the temple ticket office and then off the road through the jungle to Phnom Bakheng mountain where the first visit Angkor Wat temple. It will take 1 hour to visit the Amazing temple which is the biggest religious building in the world and continue to ride to Banteay Kdei and Ta Prohm temples. a  Lunch at a local restaurant and after lunch visit Preah Khan and Bayon temple in Angkor Thom City. Free afternoon in Siem Reap.
Cyclin Distance: 5km
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
Accommodation: Siem Reap Hotel 3 
Day 24: Siem Reap Departure ( B )
Transfer to airport for departure. Tour is Over
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Group Size: From 2 to 16 riders

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Laos is a treasure trove of natural and architectural wonders. With a little patience and some time you can see incredible man-made and natural wonders from north to south in the Lao PDR. Don’t miss these top 10 things to see and do.

Wat Xieng Thong

Luang Prabang's best-known monastery is centered on a 1560 sǐm (ordination hall). Its roofs sweep low to the ground and there's a stunning 'tree of life' mosaic set on its western exterior wall. Close by are several stupas and three compact little chapel halls called hŏr. Hŏr Ɖąi, shaped like a tall tomb, houses a standing Buddha. The Hŏr Ɖąi Pha Sai-nyàat, dubbed La Chapelle Rouge – the Red Chapel – by the French, contains a rare reclining Buddha.

Fronted in lavish gilt work, the Hóhng Kép Mîen stores a ceremonial carriage, festooned with red-tongued naga (river serpents) designed to carry the golden funeral urns of Lao royalty.

Pha That Luang

Pha That Luang, Vientiane Laos
Pha That Luang, Vientiane Laos |
Boun That Luang takes place every November, over three days around the full moon. The stupa in Vientiane is the national symbol of Laos and is said to house a piece of Buddha’s breastbone. Thousands of pilgrims gather at That Luang to give offerings to the monks who come from all over Laos. Processions, parties, and a trade show follow. Even if you don’t make it to the festival, the stupa is a sight to behold any time of year. Join the faithful and place offerings of flowers, candles, and incense at the alter, or quietly stroll around the massive enclosed yard.

Vat Phou / Wat Phou

Wat Phou
Along with the Champasak Cultural Landscape, the 5th century Khmer ruins of Wat Phou is the second inclusion in the UNESCO World Heritage List of Laos. Wat Phou, meaning ‘mountain temple.’ Blended into the surrounding nature, the remains of Wat Phou are dotted all over the mountain face. Oriented toward the east, the ruins have two large reservoirs on either side of a long column-lined road, leading toward the mountains. Past the palace ruins, up a steep staircase, you’ll find the sanctuary with a modern Buddhist shrine and a natural spring considered to be sacred.

Tad Lo

Tad Lo
Tad Lo is 56 miles (90 kilometers) away from the southern town of Pakse. Soak in the visual and aural splendor of the falls or take a dip and cool off from the heat. Three cascades make up the falls: Tad Hang, Tad Lo itself, and Tad Suong. Accommodations are available to spend the night and enjoy the surrounding scenery. Tad Lo is an impressive three-tiered waterfall in Salavan Province. Several guesthouses and restaurants around the falls make it an ideal lunch spot or stopover for trekking, swimming, and tubing. Tad Lo is accessible by bus, motorbike, or as part of a group tour package of the Bolaven Plateau.

Swim in the Mekong at 4000 Islands

French Bridge at Sunset on Don Det
French Bridge at Sunset on Don Det |
Don Det has a beach at its northern tip that doubles as a ferry landing. You can also take a dip in the Mekong, the largest river in Southeast Asia, on either of the two beaches on Don Khon–one by Liphi Falls and one farther south. Easy Go Backpackers Hostel on Don Det has a beach area and Don Som Riverside Guesthouse has a swimming spot on Don Som. If river swimming isn’t your thing and you’d rather lounge by the pool, check out the one by Little Eden Guesthouse at the north end of Don Det or the Blue Lagoon Swimming pool at the southern tip of the island.

Tat Kuang Si

Thirty kilometers southwest of Luang Prabang, Tat Kuang Si is a many-tiered waterfall tumbling over limestone formations into a series of cool, swimmable turquoise pools; the term 'Edenic' doesn't do it justice. When you're not swinging off ropes into the water, there's a public park with shelters and picnic tables where you can eat lunch. Don't miss the Tat Kuang Si Bear Rescue Centre, where wild Asiatic moon bears, confiscated from poachers, are given a new lease of life.

Many cheap eateries line the entrance car park at the top end of the Khamu village of Ban Thapene, selling everything from local snacks to grilled chicken and fish.

Visiting Kuang Si by hired motorcycle is very pleasant now that the road here is decently paved and allows stops in villages along the way. By bicycle, be prepared for two long, steady hills to climb. A tuk-tuk from Luang Prabang costs 150,000K for one person, and 50,000K per person in a group of three, so it's best to get a group together. A private minivan will cost 350,000K.

Plain of Jars

Plain of Jars - Site One
Plain of Jars
Plain of Jars’ thousands of mysterious megalithic jars are scattered throughout Xiang Khuang Province in northeastern Laos. Dating from the iron age, the oldest jars go back to 500 BC. The largest “King Jar” is at Site 1 and the longest jar is at Site 2. It’s possible to hire a guide to take you on a trek from Site 2, which is behind a rice paddy to Site 3, which is in the forest on top of a hill. The leading theory suggests these stone vessels were used in burial rituals. Evidence suggests that bodies were distilled in the jars until only bones remained. The bones were then removed and interred in a ceramic jar or on the ground. Nine of the 90 sites containing jars have been cleared of UXOs, so stick to the established routes and bring a guide out trekking with you.

Kuang Si Falls

Kuang Si Falls
Kuang Si Falls |
In the north of Laos lies Luang Prabang, a portion of the old town that is a UNESCO World Heritage-listed site. Ride or cycle to Kuang Si or Tad Saw waterfalls, take a boat cruise down the Mekong river, and eat local Lao or fantastic French food at one of the restaurants in town. This former royal capital is home to some of the most elaborate and best-preserved temples in the country. Visit the Royal Palace and the watermelon-shaped Wat Wisunarat or hike up Mount Phousi for sunrise or sunset.

Tour Cost Includes:

  • MTB Bikes for complete Tour and helmet
  • Accommodation in tour - 23 nights
  • All Meals B = Breakfast , L = Lunch , D = Dinner
  • Lunch in Midway restaurant/City Restaurant or Pack Lunch
  • Mechanic throughout the tour
  • Boat trip, local ferry in tour
  • Back up AC vehicle for the complete tour ( Bus, + Truck for the group )
  • English speaking Local Guide - Cum biking guide
  • Fresh Fruits/Snacks (Only Cycling Part)
  • Unlimited filter water during cycling (Only Cycling Part)
  • All road and transport taxes
  • Driver Allowance
  • Toll and Parking charges
  • 10% Government Taxe

Tour Cost Excludes:

  • International flight tickets, visa
  • Accommodation in Luang Prabang
  • Other personal expenses
  • Tips and Gratitude
  • Travel insurance
  • Any Hard and Soft Drinks with meals

Travel Information

Bikes: Trek MTB Bikes

Bike Hire: Includes on Tour Cost. You may bring your bikes, but in this case, let us know in advance. Other equipment provided: Pedals, helmet, water bottles.


Accommodation is offered at all locations. Most of the hotels are Culture Resort, Home-stay, guesthouse, Eco Resorts & family-run hotels - all with a common line of quality in service. Our costs are based on a 'twin-sharing' foundation. For those who want a single room, we offer a single room, but at an extra cost.


The landscape is a mountain, biking through the village streets, fields, fruits garden, local ferry, and monkey bridges


The annual monsoon cycles that affect all of mainland Southeast Asia produce a ‘dry and wet monsoon climate’ with three basic seasons for most of Laos. The southwest monsoon arrives in Laos between May and July and lasts into November.
The monsoon is followed by a dry period (from November to May), beginning with lower relative temperatures and cool breezes created by Asia’s northeast monsoon (which bypasses most of Laos), lasting until mid-February. Exceptions to this general pattern include Xieng Khuang, Hua Phan, and Phongsali Provinces, which may receive rainfall coming from Vietnam and China during April and May.
Rainfall varies substantially according to latitude and altitude, with the highlands of Vientiane, Bolikhamsai, Khammuan, and eastern Champasak Provinces receiving the most.
Temperatures also vary according to altitude. In the humid, low-lying Mekong River valley, temperatures range from 15°C to 38°C, while in the mountains of Xieng Khuang can drop to 0°C at night.
When to go
The best time for visiting most of Laos is between November and February when it rains the least and is not too hot. It’s also Laos’s main season for both national and regional bun (festivals).
If you plan to focus on the mountainous northern provinces, the hot season (from March to May) and the early rainy season (around June) are not bad either, as temperatures are moderate at higher elevations. Southern Laos, on the other hand, is best avoided from March to May, when daytime temperatures break into the 40s and nights aren’t much cooler.
The rainy season is not as bad as you might think. While it will rain – very heavily – the downpours are often fairly brief and can be bracketed by long periods of sunshine. The rains also clear dust from the skies and land, making everything clearer and brighter. Of course, there are downsides; unsealed roads can become quagmires, and extensive travel in remote areas like Salavan, Phongsali, and Sainyabuli might be impossible. River travel can be a good alternative during these months. If you intend to travel extensively by river, November is the best; flooding has usually subsided yet river levels are still high enough for maximum navigability. Between January and June, low water can make navigating some rivers difficult.
December to February and August are the peak tourist times. January, in particular, is very busy and booking ahead is advisable.

Transportation/Support Vehicles

All transport is involved in the cost. We provide a backup vehicle at all times during cycling trips. The vehicle can be used to boat your baggage & yourself as required.


Food is a very essential part of these trips. We make sure that the meals we offer are method delicious unless you ask for dull meals. You are also permitted the choice of veggie or non-vegetarian meals. We suggest that you consume only the canned standard water. Please make sure that the container is enclosed.

What to bring

  • Footwear
  • Bike shoes
  • Helmet
  • Pedal
  • Water Bottle
  • Sun cream lotion
  • Relaxed shoes for walking
  • Shoes for other sightseeing
  • Socks


  • In Laos, the conventional outfit is more traditional. We counsel you to prevent very short shorts/skirts and limited tops/tanktops when viewing small non-urban places, pagodas, temples, mosques, or other sacred sites as this may limit your access.
  • Water-resistant jacket.
  • Riding bike equipment like safety gloves and shorts.


  • Torch
  • Mosquito repellent
  • Eyewear, cap
  • Sun lotion of SPF of at least 35
  • Individual Bike riding equipment like bar finishes, pedals, chairs, and headgear
  • Helmets for riding a bike


Malaria is an avoidable disease that can create trouble if neglected. One can prevent disease by taking recommended anti-malarial drugs and defending against insect attacks. The areas you will be passing are Malaria-free. Make sure that your insurance provider includes illnesses and injuries overseas.


  • Bring all the important medications and OTC medications. Do not ignore to have the brands as well as the general titles of the medications one needs to have.
  • Use a sun hat when revealed.
  • Consume a lot of liquids. Don't drink tap water. Use only bottled water which is always kept in the back of your automobile.
  • Bring your medical kit and pest resilience.
  • To avoid fungus and parasitic attacks, keep legs clean and dry, and do not go without shoes.
  • Do not eat food bought from road providers.
  • Do not drink drinks with ice.
  • Do not eat milk products unless it is known that they have been pasteurized.
  • Prevent managing creatures (especially apes, pets, and cats) to avoid attacks and serious illnesses.

Medical Information Update

Details given above are liable to change now and then and one should contact the Native Lao tasks of the specific country or the government vacationer offices for more details.


You will get possibilities en route to do a bit of purchasing. However unless particularly requested, our guide will not suggest any particular store. Neither we nor our driver/guides take any percentage on purchasing.

Spending Money

Every visitor will have different cash specifications and varying personal costs. Please assess your spending routines while enabling for beverages, purchasing, and falling. Also keep aside cash for extra costs like:

  • Foods that are not included
  • Emergencies
  • Optionally available activities /additional sightseeing
  • Shopping/Souvenirs/Tips

Foreign Exchange

As Laos currency value tends to go up and down, refer to the following website for daily return rates:

Airport Taxes

There is no airport terminal or leaving taxation from any airport terminal in Laos.

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