Rickshaw Travel Specialist, Emma, on a boat with river in the background

Emma M

Lesser known than some of its South East Asian neighbours Vietnam and Cambodia, Laos is a little gem just waiting to be explored. The locals in Laos are as friendly as they come.. and the tasty food will certainly fill you up along the way! I like the fact that you can be exploring the beautiful architecture one day and then roaming through the jungle the next.

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emma at a cooking class

Emma T

Beautiful green laidback Laos. Coming from the bustling City of Bangkok into the quiet French colonial streets of Luang Prabang greeted me like a breath of fresh Air. Untainted by mass tourism I loved the French influence – bakeries to die for, the architecture, the art and craft markets and the surrounding lush green countryside. I kayaked down the mighty Mekong with an ice cold Beerlao in hand travelled to Vang Vieng and then jumped on a bus to the languid riverfront capital of Vientiane.

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People trekking through rice paddies in Laos


Explore Laos on foot
Trek to hidden waterfalls in the rainforest, hike to secluded hilltribes and stay at home with the locals as you explore the green heart of Laos on foot.
Trekking in Laos

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