Take time to learn about Lao cuisine, dare to experiment, and you’ll savor a rewarding experience.
Khiri Travel recently headed a clean-up project in Phonsavanh village, Vientiane, to remove the invasive water
Luang Prabang’s ‘Run for Children’ half marathon on October 21st is the ideal opportunity for visitors to join one of Khiri Travel’s explorative tours and discover the region’s people and diverse cultural heritage.
On a recent trip to the royal city of Luang Prabang, Gili Back, Khiri Travel’s sustainability manager, found the city’s growing ecological awareness is making it a really fun destination for all the family.
To celebrate International Day of Biological Diversity, Khiri Travel Laos will be holding its own special event in Phonsavanh village on May 22, to remove invasive water hyacinth from a canal and prevent flooding. Find out how you can help!
Khiri Travel Laos has a new tour in the royal city of Luang Prabang that will appeal to foodies with a fascination for authentic home cooking, unusual delicacies, and the unique culinary traditions of village life.
Milking buffaloes may be a new concept for Laotians, but with the support of the government, the Laos Buffalo Dairy Farm is providing new income for farmers and important nutrition for children.
If you’re visiting the royal Laotian city of Luang Prabang you can’t miss the chance to take a sunset.
You don’t have to travel very far in Laos to find yourself off the grid, surrounded by rice fields, friendly rural villagers and breathtaking mountain scenery where time seems to stand still…
This unique tour into the rice fields of rural Laos is a wonderful opportunity to try your hand at plowing and learn about rice production, followed by a fascinating workshop in silk weaving and spinning.