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  • 6 days - 5 nights


    A fascinating tour!
    Deep green mountain ranges, rustic villages along the rivers, interesting mountain tribes in their typical costumes, rugged rock formations, endless shimmering green rice fields - Laos, a true, intact natural paradise - cultural treasures that will be expertly shown to you by a German-speaking Laotian tour guide. Experience Laos, you will be amazed!

    Day 01: Arrival in Luang Prabang. Boat trip to Pak Ou. Transfer to the hotel. The boat takes you to the famous caves of Pak Ou, at the mouth of the river of the same name. The two mystical caves Tham Thing and Tham Phum have been used as a place of worship since ancient times and are home to hundreds of Buddha statues, from finger-long tiny ones to life-sized statues.
    I recommend only traveling one way by boat and taking your own bus for the return journey, which is waiting on the opposite bank. Then visit the famous rice wine distillery in Bang San Hai. Overnight stay with breakfast in Luang Prabang.

    Day 02: Luang Prabang – city tour.
    After breakfast we visit the magnificent temple complexes of the first capital of Lane-Xang, which was founded in 1353 by the “conqueror Fa Gnum”. From 1694 until the end of the Laos monarchy in 1975, Luang Prabang was a separate kingdom. This is particularly reminiscent of the former royal palace, in which the last king Savang Vatana resided until 1975 and which is now home to the national museum. Numerous royal and religious items can be viewed. The holiest Buddha figure in all of Laos - the Pha Pabang - a gold statue that was built in the 1st century. after Ch. was cast in Sri Lanka, has its final place of honor here.
    Wat Xieng Thong, “Golden City Temple,” built by King Setthatirat in 1560, is the most impressive example of the magnificent, classical temple architecture of the once powerful kingdom. Numerous artistically valuable Buddha figures from the 16th century, mosaics and frescoes, including a chapel with a reclining Buddha and one with a very revered footprint, are particularly worth mentioning. The magnificent death chariot of King Sisavang Vong (d. 1959) can also be seen. In Wat Visun we visit the largest Buddha statue in Laos and the That Phatum, also known as the “Watermelon Stupa”. In the late afternoon, at the end of this interesting day in Luang Prabang, we climb Wat Phusi, from whose terrace you have a wonderful view can enjoy the city, the surrounding mountains and the Mekong. Overnight stay in the 50,000 population. the city of Luang Prabang.

    Day 03: Luang Prabang – Vang Vieng.
    After breakfast you drive through a scenic mountain landscape to Vang Vieng, where we arrive in the afternoon. Vang Vieng offers unique views of rocks, limestone formations, caves and cliffs above the Nam Song River. The Nam Ngum Lake in its green river valley is dammed into an enormous lake, surrounded by impressive mountain formations.
    Overnight in Vang Vieng.

    Day 04: Visit to Vang Vieng – drive from Vang Vieng to Vientiane.
    Today we visit Vang Vieng and the beautiful surroundings, where we see Hmong Hilltribe villages and various monasteries from the 16th and 17th centuries. especially visit the Tham Chang Cave (Elephant Cave). This cave was discovered during the war against the Chinese in the early 19th century. used as a defensive bunker. We take a local tuk tuk to Phoukham Cave and then swim in the clear lagoon near the cave. In the afternoon we reach Vientiane, the capital of Laos, in 2 hours. It is located 160 km south of Vang Vieng and can be reached in 2 hours. It is the economic, political and cultural center of the country. Overnight in Vientiane.

    Day 05: Full-day sightseeing of Vientiane – with a German-speaking guide.
    In the morning we visit Vientiane's landmark, the Pratuxai, a structure modeled on the Arc de Triumphe in Paris. We experience the importance of religion (Buddhism and intensive animism) today when we visit the magnificent temple complexes and stupas. Pha That Luang - the “Great, Holy Stupa” was built by the still highly revered King Setthatirat in the mid-16th century when he moved the capital of Lane-Xang from Luang Prabang to Vientiane. The king, whose monument stands in front of the sanctuary - a symbol of the religion and sovereignty of Laos - had it built on the spot where, according to legend, there was already in the 3rd century. v. Ch. a stupa with a breastbone of Buddha stood. Wat Pha Keo housed the “Holy Emerald Buddha” until 1797, before the Siamese general Chakri, later King Rama I, brought him to Bangkok, where he is now venerated in Wat Phra Keo as the highest shrine in Thailand. Wat Si Saket (built in 1818) is the oldest temple complex preserved in its original form. There are numerous frescoes and a total of 6,840 Buddha figures in this temple complex.
    In the afternoon we drive to Ban Tha Ngon, an idyllic place on the Nam Ngum River. In floating Lao restaurants, the fish - just caught from the river - are prepared fresh and delicious. We will enjoy them during a boat tour on a flatboat. Overnight in Vientiane.

    Day 06: Transfer to the airport.


    Included in the price:
    - All transfers.
    - Luggage handling.
    - Travel in good, air-conditioned cars or minibuses.
    - 2 nights with breakfast in Luang Prabang
    - 1 night with breakfast in Vang Vieng
    - 2 nights with breakfast in Vientiane.
    - All entrance fees and boat rides.
    - German speaking tour guide.


    To pay extra:
    - Visa for Laos – can be issued upon entry (32 US$ + 1 passport photo)
    - International flights Bangkok – Luang Prabang; Vientiane - Bangkok


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    From Luang Pabang to Vientiane

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