Known also as ‘Si Phan Don’, the Four Thousand group of small islands are dotted across the Mekong.
Located on a curve of the Mekong River, Vientiane Capital has a recorded history that stretches back to around 1.000 AD.
Situated in the centre of northern Laos, Luang Prabang is classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its outstanding cultural, historic and architectural values and its harmonious relationship between the natural and built environment.
About 7 km far from town, Vang Vieng was a place where you could spend long days tubing down a winding river, stopping at bars along the way to guzzle cheap booze and fly off rickety home-made rope swings.
One of the most visited provinces of Laos, Champasak has a population of around 50,000 and is formed by Pakse, the Bolaven Plateau, Paksong, Champasak and Si Phan Don (4000 Islands).
Savannakhet is easy to explore on foot but tuk-tuks are also available around the city, taking you quickly to attractive sites. Savannakhet’s Vietnamese temples and Catholic churches located around the city are worth visiting.
Xieng Khouang consists of six districts Muang Khoune, Muang Phonsavanh, Muang Nong Hai, Muang Kham, Muang Mork, and Muang Phou Koud.