Laos is an amazing destination for your family. With the stunning landscapes, rich history and super friendly locals, the land of golden pagodas guarantee your family a ton of memorable experience. Laos Family Tours offer you and your family a great chance to take part in a mix of activities and culture. Swiming in the silver waterfall, observing the monks in sacred temples, climbing up to the top of Mount Phousi, and more. All those activities are waiting for you. Here are a few of the highlights to experience on the Laos family tours we recommended for you. Enjoy reading!
Luang Prabang absolutely gets the top position in the list of ideal destinations for family tours in Laos. To feel the laid-back pace of life of this city, you can walk along the riverside before visit some tempers in the town such as Wat Mai and Wat Xieng Thon. You will have an opportunity to see the monks doing their daily chores. Once the late afternoon comes, you and your kids can wander around the local night market to soak up in the bustling atmosphere, pick up some unique souvenirs as well as taste mouthwatering local dishes. Spend a day in the Living Land Rice Experience, you and your kids will get a lot of amazing experience. Follow in the footsteps of farmers and try your hand with their daily chores. Your kids will be very exciting when they can take part in different farmwork which they have not ever tried. It is such a wonderful experience when your family visits the National Museum to know more about the Laos culture as well as admire religious artifacts. Another highlight which you absolutely cannot miss in Luang Prabang is the Living Crafts Centre which makes it possible to learn more about traditional techniques related to crafts and textiles. An adventurous experience for the entire family is climbing up to the top of Mount Phousi to get the panoramic view of the city down below. Kuang Si Waterfall is a great idea to relax after a long day of visiting the city. Swimming in the clean and turquoise pool can help you cool down from the intense heat of the day as well as recharge energy. If you have another day in Luang Prabang, a 1-day mahout experience is a perfect choice for you. After the introduction lesson, you will get a chance to climb on the board the elephant and take an interesting scenic tour which passes the immense jungle and serene riverside.
The next destination in your Laos tours is Xieng Khuang which is famous for the magnificent scenery of the historic Plain of Jars. The 8 hours trip over the mountains to Xieng Khoang will give you a chance to visit several authentic villages. That trip makes it possible for your family to learn more about the life as well as the culture of the local ethnic minority people. Set your foot on the Plain of Jars, you will be mesmerized by a huge number of stone jars that date back some 2000 years. With the weird shapes and diverse sizes, those jars create a massive archaeological site impressing visitors at first sight. After admiring the unique beauty, your family can visit local villages where you will be welcomed by super friendly locals. Make sure that you do not forget to sip a cup of coffee in a streetside coffee shop which is decorated with bombshells.
After an enjoyable stay in Luang Prabang, your tour itinerary can include traveling to Vang Vieng which boast stunning scenery. Located in a peaceful section of the Nam Song river, Vang Vieng is a peaceful small town which is easily reached after completing a scenic drive. Taking a boat tour along the river to fully appreciate the stunning sunset. Luang Prabang also well known for a plenty of caves that worth exploring. Visit Tham Jang for an interesting experience.
Your Laos family tour’s itinerary likely includes Vientiane – the sleepy capital of Laos. You and your kids can start by visiting the Hor Pha Ke museum to learn more about the history of the country. Your city tour also includes the visiting to COPE, which aims to help victims impacted by landmines. Another highlight is Wat Sisaket which has the thousands of Buddha statues at the miniature size. Visit the Presidential Palace to admire the impressing architecture which has taken influence from the region’s colonial past. Buddha Park is a great destination for your kids with its quirky, wonderful and weird mixture of statues. You will be impressed with many unique statues such as Shiva with its many arms of swords, a massive reclining Buddha at 40 meters in length, and the skeleton thin Buddha’s.
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