Best Laos Tours

Laos Travel MapDH Travel: With over 10 years of working in the travel industry in Laos and throughout Southeast Asia, we offer exceptional customized private guided tours, centrally located hotels, and a variety of activities to enrich your experience.

Laos overview: An attractive destination for travelers whose seeking a less hurried pace of travel, a traditional way of life, and a haven for eco-tours. The rich historical country encompassed the Lang Xang Kingdom in the 14th century to become a French protectorate, the ancient capital of Luang Prabang with a beautiful medley of rich cultural history and outdoor adventure with its nearby Waterfalls and Mountains, and the unique capital city of Vientiane, which still maintains a vintage beauty with its French colonial architecture and special ethnic minorities.
All the above makes Laos an ideal destination for your Southeast Asia trip.

Travel to Laos: Whether it’s checking out Pakbeng Market, discovering thousands of Buddhas in Pak Ou Caves, riding an elephant in the Mekong River, perusing The Luang Prabang Street Market, attending the ALMS ceremony at 6 AM, interacting with the expert artists in Ban Chan pottery village, or meeting locals over 100 years old in ancient villages…, it’s all tailored for you in private or small groups.

Tour itineraries: Please view the suggested Laos itineraries below and let us know if you would like to make any changes to accommodate your needs and budget. 

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Laos highlights: THINGS TO DO & TRAVEL GUIDE

Laos Highlights

Luang Prabang – the home to the Old Quarter, UNESCO World  Heritage Site & picturesque landscapes of palm-lined riverbanks, the elephant village camp, the morning ALMS ceremony, ornate golden temples, and ancient monuments.

Vientiane – the capital and largest city of Laos, is located in the northeast of the Mekong River and serves as the country’s central river port located in a country that heavily relies on its rivers for transportation and its surrounding hinterland of intensive rice cultivation.

Pakse – home to Wat Phou or also known as Wat Phu, a UNESCO World Heritage site dating back to the fifth century, as well as the spectacular Bolaven Plateau, a lush, cool region famous for home-grown coffee and spectacular waterfalls. Pakse, especially, is only about 40 kilometers from the Cambodian border.

Don Khong – Don Khong is a natural beauty island with 4,000 small islands and 19 villages, many of which depend on fishing for a living. The main market, which is organized in the early market to offer a wide variety of fresh Mekong fish, is extremely beautiful.


 Suggested Laos Itineraries