Regional Director of Indochina, Jack Bartholomew, discusses about the two sides of tourism development. The islands of Southeast Asia are facing the ongoing challenge to balance infrastructure development with economic and social sustainability and conservation of cultural authenticity and natural resources.
The 4,000 Islands or Si Phan Don in the Mekong River in southern Laos are one of the most spectacular natural phenomena anywhere in the world. Nearby is the equally impressive Khone Phapeng Falls, the largest falls in Southeast Asia.
In October and November 2013, Khiri Travel Laos was the proud host for a Generali incentive trip from Belgium. The groups visited Luang Prabang, the 4.000 Islands (Si Phan Don) in the south, and Vientiane. Khiri Travel Laos went out of their way to organize activities like fishing and cooking lunch, tuk-tuk airport transfers, traditional […]
Coffee farmers improve their product quality and re-invest in community development… The relatively unexplored Bolaven Plateau in the south of Laos is an excellent environment to grow coffee. This beautiful, elevated region is covered in rich volcanic soil and has an altitude between 800 and 1350 meters. Travelers exploring this area, will cross several ‘front […]
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 […]