Join Mother Nature in solitude, wherever you travel in Laos. Trek up primal forest trails to remote ethnic villages in the mountainous north. Explore caves drilled into Limestone Forest’s towering karsts in Central Laos. Admire powerful waterfalls plunging off the Bolaven Plateau’s cliffs in the south. Countless rivers and streams offer activities as they wind their way throughout The Last Frontier to The Mighty Mekong.
Green is the name of the game in Laos. Trees cover some 40% of the country, with 20 National Protected Areas overseeing a good chunk of the forests, rivers, and wildlife. Conservation is key in preserving the diversity of rare animals and flora you can see on your journey in nature. You’ll discover medicinal plants, herbs, and non-timber forest products used for crafting household goods. And be sure to visit Laos during Green Season (June-October) when the landscape explodes in green leafs and raging rivers.
Take a lazy hike through rice fields. Cruise on a long boat through the jungle. Swim in a clear waterhole miles from anyone. Kayak over rapids in the middle of nowhere. Immerse yourself in an easy or challenging excursion in the vast Lao wilderness, and meet the people who live In Nature.