South Laos’ Bolaven Plateau is well known for its coffee beans, but the Jhai Coffee Farmers Cooperative makes serious efforts in upgrading its quality and at the same time providing local schools with clean water access!
Gonzalo Gil Lavedra, a tour operator and an Argentinian with extensive travel experience in Peru and the Netherlands, finds the physical and cultural highlights of Phuket and Southern Thailand as compelling as anything he’s experienced around the world.
The Bolaven Plateau gets it name from the Laven people, an ethnic tribe from the area. It is a spectacular natural area with waterfalls, vast forests, canyons, coffee plantations, and much more. Given the incredible natural landscape one could just get swept away by staring into the sunset. Breakfast at Tad Fane Waterfalls Having just […]
Vietnam produces beautiful coffee. It is second only to rice in export value for the country. So we’re going to get up close and personal to this most evocative and aromatic product in the Central Highlands. On the way up to the coffee production areas we stop to enjoy spectacular Dray Nur and Dray Sap […]