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Travel Agent: Laos Keywords Travel Co., Ltd.
Travel Period:
Duration: 5d 4n
Begin: Pakse airport, Dongkalor or Vungtao border
Departure: Pakse airport, Dongkalor or Vungtao border
Valid Date:

Code: lkw-cp-5d

Day1   Welcome – Pakse – Don Khong Island (…/L/D)

On arrival, we drive on the National Road No. 13th south to Champassak and to visit the fascinating pre-angkorian ruins of Vatphou temple complex is situated at the base of Phukao mountain which lay on the bank of Mekhong river directly east of mount Lingaparvata(now called Phu Kao) 6Km from the west bank. As suggested by an inscription of a king Devanika Vth century, found in Vat Luang Kau. Two inscriptions discovered as early as the end of the VIth century AD, it was the capital city of king Mahendravarman which text and inscriptions connect with Chenla and Champa. The mountain gained spiritual importance from the linga-shape, who later became the ruler of the Sambor Prei Kuk area. Later on, this City (often identified with Shrestapura) lost its role as political when the founding dynasties extended their rule over the completely Khmer territory. Vatphou was a part of the Khmer empire, centered on Angkor to the southwest. As early as the reign of YashovarmanI in the early 10th century Shrestapura was superseded by a new city in the Angkorian period, in the later period, the original buildings were replaced, re-using some of the stone blocks; the temple now seen was built primarily during the Koh Ker and Baphuon periods of the 11th century. Later period the temple was converted to Theravada Buddhist use. This continued after the area came under control of the Lao, and a festival is held on the site in full moon of each February of yearly, and was designated a World Heritage Site in 2001 by UNESCO. In the afternoon visit, Um Muang (more commonly called either Muang Tomo or Um Tomo). It is a Kmer temple ruin pre-Angkor period and, drive sort time to Ban Kiet Ngong enjoy elephant riding up a hillside village in Mount Asa, which overlooks the biodiversity-rich Xe Pian Protected Area before drive to Khong Island (Siphandon). An intricate and beautiful network of 4000 islands.

Overnight in Don Khong Island

Day2   Don Khong Island – explore (Boat) (B/L/D)

Welcome a new day on the island to joy having a breakfast include your room. We embark on a long tail boat go downstream to explore the local villages of Ban Khone through the valley and many the small, big islands. Just one area of Mekhong river is large 14KM and long to 50KM as a word said that “4000 islands”. When you ride a boat, you will be seeing colorful birds and, a way of life of people on the islands and riverbank. you are on a boat about 1:40’ arrival Don Khon where you will be seeing an array of relics from the French colonial era and retrace the old colonial past, including old French colonial buildings and the remnants of the first Lao railway 3KM from the end of Don Khon to Khon village in 1893 - 1896 and 2KM from the end of Don Ded to north in 1910 link by trian's bridge over khone's cranny long 158M, 13 pillars with it’s locomotive. It was built by 400 workers, this building is useful for the war and commerce 20 years later, and French closed down using. We continue discover the 4000 islands area by TukTuk to the end of Don Khon about 3KM then get on a boat, if we are lucky, we may even see the rare freshwater Irrawaddy Mekong dolphins at Ban Hang Khone. On a way back at our leisure to visit the Liphi waterfall, one of the most beautiful waterfalls marking the end of Lao border to Cambodia, also known as the Samphamith. We return to the restaurant for lunch nearby Train Bridge then embark on boat to Ban Nakasang and drive to famous waterfalls of Khone Phapeng, the largest waterfall in South East Asia, known as Niagara of Asia. We return to Khong Island, if we have time, we shall be explored surrounding Don Khong, at a top of this Island to watch rare sunset view.

Overnight in Don Khong Island

Day3   Khong Island - Tadlo (B/L/D)

Upon leaving Done Khong Island, we continue our journey towards Tadlo, through Boloven plateau. The Boloven Plateau, with ample rainfall, cool temperature, and rich volcanic soil, reaches an elevation of over 1300 meters-perfect conditions for growing world-class coffee, all kind of fruits, vegetables but the main product is coffee as Arabica and Robusta plants these kinds were selected from Saigon’s botanical gardens. It is a source of many ethnic minority groups. A trip to the plateau provides a refreshing break from the heat and allows you to observe the cultivation of rich coffee, tea, cardamom, bananas, and other crops that can be seen en route. This trip gives visitors the chance to venture off the beaten track and to discover some of the lesser-known areas of Laos, exploring the wild beauty of this southern region. Upon arrival at Tad Lo waterfall, we visit the villages of Alak, Nge, and Katu, populated by ethnic minority groups.

Overnight at Tadlo

Day4   Tadlo - Pakse (B/L/D)

After breakfast, we return to Pakse, Up on arrive in Pakse, there will be free time for your own exploration of Pakse Town, visit Market and temple.

Overnight in Pakse

Day5   Pakse – Vientiane (B/…/…)

After breakfast, we transfer to the airport for a flight.
General price as below
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Price per person

Hotels and Guesthouses used on the tour:
In Pakse Champasak Grand Hotel or equivalence (Superior room)
In Khong Island Pon Arena Hotel or equivalence (Mekhong view)
In Bolaven Tadlo Lodge or equivalence(Standard room)

Price inclusive of
Price exclusive of
- Accommodation with dailies breakfast specified as program
- Translate during tours with (English/German/French) speaking guide
- All entrance fees for sightseeing and visits mentioned as itinerary
- Fees for elephant riding
- All meals specified as program
- Services charges, government tax
- All transfers by private air-conditioned vehicles during tours
- All boats trips
- International air tickets with airport tax to and from Vientiane USD 10 net per person (By your own account)
- Domestic air tickets
- Lao visa fee upon arrival and stamping fee for Laos (Please note that visa on arrival is valid for a period of 30 days and you will need to submit a photo and pay 30 to 42USD depending on your nationality. Without this expense, you will be paid extension visa that costs 2 USD per person per day and 1 USD more if arrival is on a Saturday or Sunday.
- All kinds of insurance
- Personal nature expenditure, such as drinks, souvenirs and, laundry etc
- Others expense not mentioned above not to be included in the tour prices.
- Tips for guide, driver, boat crew & hotels porters
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