Private Laos tours are an optimal way to uncover the secrets of the country.The flexibility private travel affords means you can explore the beautiful temples and shrines of Luang Prabang, the ancient ruins of Vat Phou in the south, and the mysterious Plain of Jars in the north. Plus, you can embark on a cruise through lesser-visited areas or combine Laos with Vietnam and Cambodia for an all-encompassing Indochina journey.
At Cox & Kings, we have created a number of suggested itineraries that highlight the best of Laos. You are able to travel on these itineraries as they are, tweak them slightly in activities or accommodation; or start from scratch and design your own bespoke itinerary. For more information, please call a Far East specialist.
Journey through the jungles of northern Thailand, then cruise south through Laos with time in Luang...
Cruise up the Mekong from Vientiane in
Laos to northern Thailand, stopping en
route at small riverside villages and markets.
Highlights include the Unesco heritage town
of Luang Prabang and a...
This comprehensive tour takes in the
best of Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia,
staying in character hotels throughout.
The journey begins in the relatively
untouched country of Laos, exploring
We have highlighted the standard of accommodation featured on a tour immediately above the tour itinerary.
In some cases, tours include some departures in one category and some in another: you can see and select the different tour types under ‘tour variations’. For these tours, the itinerary is generally the same and just the standard of accommodation varies. However, if there are any variations in the excursions included, these are shown within the itinerary.
Superior: Most Cox & Kings tours fall under this category and are based in 4- or 5-star accommodation, or the best available.
Luxury: These tours will usually feature 5-star de luxe accommodation throughout.
Standard: Simpler in emphasis, these itineraries typically feature 3- and 4-star accommodation throughout.
Discovery: This type of holiday is best suited to the hardier traveller, as it will typically include some quite basic accommodation, possibly longer and rougher road journeys and, in some cases, more arduous activities, such as trekking.