Responsible Travel in Laos
Our Laos holidays are designed to give something positive back, through the trips we offer, the accommodation we use and the local projects we support. While travelling in Laos, you’ll get the chance to experience genuine interactions with local people. Read on to find out what responsible travel in Laos means to us.
We try to ensure that our bite-sized trips include rewarding experiences that make good things happen for you and the places you visit. While exploring Laos, why not make a stop at the Plain of Jars. Not only will you find out more about the mysterious history surrounding these stone structures, but you can also learn all about Laos culture with a visit to our local project.
We think it’s important that where you lay your head is just as authentic as everything else you experience in Laos. That’s why, wherever possible, we opt for small-scale, locally-owned accommodation, full of local flavour and charm. Not only is this more memorable for you, but it’s a way of giving back to the local communities too.
Our local project in Laos
We like to help out local projects in each of our destinations. In Laos, we support a project in Phonsovan (near the Plain of Jars) which benefits the Laos people by providing free English tuition and football coaching at Lone Buffalo.
Our Laos travel specialists
Our specialists love Laos; the history, the tasty French-inspired cuisine, and sweeping valleys. They’re passionate about our trips and have experienced many of them first-hand, so they’ll answer any niggling questions and make planning your trip feel effortless.
Our Local partner in Laos
We work with a local partner in Laos who supports our sustainability mission and passion for responsible travel. Our product managers and local partners frequently explore new, sustainable and unique experiences together, to share with our customers. We also use local Laotian guides and drivers during all of our excursions. Not only does this make for a more rewarding experience for you, but it also puts money into the pockets of the local people. Plus, you’ll have the advantage of your guide’s knowledge, so you can learn all about the culture from a local!