• Price $1099
  • Trip Small Group Guided Tour
  • Duration 7 days
  • Group size 10
  • Transport Tour Bus

Tour code: JTLL07

  • Small Group – 4* hotels
  • Luang Prabang 3 nights: Mekong River boat tour, Pak Ou Caves, Kuang Si waterfall, Royal Palace, Wat Visoun, Wat Ahamand Wat Xiengthong, Phousi Hill
  • Vientiane 2 nights: Wat Sisaket, Wat Ho Prakeo, That Luang Stupa, Patouxa


Day 1
USA— Luang Prabang (Meals in Flight)
Depart USA and cross the international dateline.
Day 2
Luang Prabang – Arrival

Arrive in Luang Prabang International Airport and meet your driver. Transfer to the hotel.

Overnight Hotel: Villa Santi Hotel (or Similar)

Day 3
Luang Prabang - City Tour (Breakfast)

If you’re able to wake up before dawn (05:30 a.m), you’ll have chance to witness and participate in offering alms to hundreds of saffron-robed monks – an awe-inspiring sight dating back generations in Laos. After breakfast, start your visit to the Royal Palace. (Open from 08:30 am to 11:30 am and from 01:30 pm to 03:30 pm daily except on Tuesdays). Continue with the exploration of the main Buddhist temples of Luang Prabang including: Wat Visoun, Wat Ahamand Wat Xiengthong. Then visit the Wat Mai temple and watch sunset at the top of Phousi Hill. Free time in the afternoon. Overnight in Luang Prabang.

Meal(S): Breakfast

Overnight Hotel: Villa Santi Hotel (or Similar)

Day 4
Luang Prabang – Pak Ou Cave - Kuangsi Waterfall (Breakfast & Lunch)

After breakfast, embark on a two-hour cruise in a long-tail boat on the Mekong River and visit the mysterious Pak Ou Caves. After lunch, drive south to one of Luang Prabang’s most picturesque sights, the Kuang Si waterfall. Transfer back to your hotel. Overnight in Luang Prabang.

Meal(S): Breakfast

Overnight Hotel: Villa Santi Hotel (or Similar)

Day 5
Luang Prabang - Vientiane (Breakfast) -by Bus 8 hrs

Have breakfast at the hotel and relax until the time of transfer to the bus station for departure to Vientiane.
Upon arrival, pick up and transfer to hotel.Overnight in Vientiane.

Meal(S): Breakfast

Overnight Hotel: Mercure Hotel (or Similar)

Day 6
Vientiane City Tour (Breakfast)

Pick-up at your hotel and we start to explore Vientiane. Embark on a sightseeing tour of the city’s major historic sites including religious museums of Wat Sisaket, the oldest temple survived from the Siamese war of 1828 with its cloister containing more than 8000 Buddha statues; Wat Ho Prakeo, the former home-temple of the Emerald Buddha statue or Pra Keo; That Luang Stupa, the most important single monument in Laos, which was built to cover the original small stupa, containing a piece of the chest bone of Buddha; Patouxay (Lao Arc de Triomphe), built quite recently in commemoration of those who died during the past wars and it is today the landmark of Vientiane.

Meal(S): Breakfast

Overnight Hotel: Mercure Hotel (or Similar)

Day 7
Vientiane - Departure (Breakfast)

Have breakfast at the hotel and relax until time of transfer to the airport for departure flight.

Meal(S): Breakfast

Departure City

Luang Prabang

Airport/Meeting Location:

Luang Prabang International Airport

End City


Airport/Meeting Location:

Wattay International Airport

Included: 5 Nights accommodations with daily breakfasts (some with Lunch, see itinerary);
professional English-speaking tour guide;
Air-conditioned sightseeing coach provided;

Excluded: International Flight;
Tips, laundry, telephone bills, luggage handling and Beverages;
Meals unless specified;
Laos Visa

Travel Insurance(Click to purchase)


How safe is Laos?
Laos is a relatively safe country both in the rural countryside as well as in larger cities. As always, travelers need to be aware of their surroundings and use common sense when venturing out at night. However, crime rates in general are very low, particularly against tourists. The most common issue reported are pickpockets when visiting crowded marketplaces or shopping areas. Be wise and keep your possessions hidden under your top layer of clothing to prevent anything from being stolen.
When is the best time to go to Laos?
Travelers can visit Laos any time of the year, though the country does have two very distinct seasons. The dry season runs from October through April, and the wet season runs from May through September. Typically the hottest months of the year span from March through June. Rainfall is typically more sporadic early in the wet season, and becomes more consistent and heavy as the wet season progresses through the summer months. Temperatures are affected by the altitude as well, with the northern parts of the country being slightly cooler than the lower Mekong basin of the South. During rainy season, temperatures in the valleys can average around 85 F (29 C) and top 95 F (35 C). Averages cool off to around 62 F (17 C) in the north and 73 F (23 C) in the southern regions during the coolest months of December and January.
What are the accommodations like?
In each location, we strive to use charming accommodations that are locally owned and characteristic of the area. These range from charming, family-run bed & breakfasts to luxurious, boutique hotels. Most hotels have private baths, hot water and clean, comfortable rooms except in instances where noted such as a homestay or rural family-run guesthouse. We strive to also find hotels in good locations, whether that be walking distance to main attractions, or out of the city if it is consistently noisy. Larger hotels are used in metropolitan areas as typically these are the only available options.
Do I need a converter/adapter for the electricity?
Laos generally uses 230V, 50Hz electricity. They use types A, B, C, E and F power sockets. It is recommended to bring a converter or to purchase one upon arrival. You will need a converter throughout Laos.
Is the water safe to drink?
The tap water is generally NOT safe to drink anywhere in Laos. Bottled water is readily available at tourist sites, hotels, & restaurants, and hot water (boiled to make it safe) or hot tea is generally offered with a meal at a restaurant. Travelers can also use bottled water when brushing your teeth to be extra cautious.
Do I need a visa/passport?
US citizens can apply for a visa in advance. Travelers will all need a passport valid for at least 6 months after they depart. Also, you can obtain a "Visa On Arrival" which is valid for 30 days. Forms are typically passed out on the arrival flight for these. The "Visa On Arrival" cost depends on your nationality (from USD $30-42). One passport photo will also be required. It is also possible to extend your visa for another 30 days at a cost of about USD $2 per day. Otherwise, you will be charged USD $10 per day by border authorities when you leave Laos.
How much do I pay to hold the space?
Deposit amount is 50% of full amount for each passenger.
What's the group size for this tour?
We have an average group size of 6 and the max is 10.

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