Explore Thailand and Laos, travelling from Bangkok to Vientiane
Travel from Bangkok to Vientiane experiencing the delights of northern Thailand and the laidback river lifestyle of Laos. Join us on a voyage of discovery and relaxation, taking in the bright lights of Bangkok in Thailand, the age-old charms of Luang Prabang in Laos and the temples of Vientiane. Travel down the mighty Mekong River and become immersed in the tranquillity of remote villages and friendly locals along the way.
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Combining two great countries in two weeks, you'll discover the best of both worlds, from Thailand’s lively markets and hypnotic temples, to Laos' riverside exotica and stunning scenery
Travel adventurously just like the locals – an overnight sleeper train from Bangkok to Chiang Mai, and a two day boat journey down the Mekong River. Pass incredible rural scenery and spend a night in the remote village of Pakbeng
Discover the highlights of refined Luang Prabang with a guide, and enjoy free time to make your own explorations and discover why UNESCO rate this city so highly
There are many chances to do good while you travel, like the Intrepid foundation supported COPE, dedicated to helping those injured by unexploded ordinance
This trip involves some long travel days. Simply sit back, relax, watch the scenery go by, and embrace travelling like a local.
Laos is less developed than many other South-East Asian countries. The roads can be bumpy, delays are common, and accommodation can be basic but always clean and comfortable. A little bit of patience will go a long way towards your enjoyment of this beautiful country!
One night is spent on the Mekong River in Pakbeng, a very remote and quiet town.
It can be quite cool from November to February, so make sure you have some warm gear packed for this period.
Due to dam construction upstream, water levels aren't as reliable as in previous years. When the Mekong River is at its lowest from February to April, part of the journey may occasionally need to be made by land.
A single supplement is available on this trip at time of booking please contact your sales agent if you would like to book a single supplement. The following days are excluded from the single supplement: Day 2 Overnight train and Day 6 Pakbeng
Our Thailand & Laos Adventure trips score an average of 4.71 out of 5 based on 306 reviews in the last year.
“It’s good for you” was our groups slogan given to us by our leader as we tried everything at least once! If your a foodie as for leader Katie in your Thai and Laos adventure!
Review submitted 25 Apr 2018
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Review submitted 20 Apr 2018