Khiri Laos is looking for hotels to take part in its ‘green season’ promotion for families with children.
One of the largest river cave passages in the world, Xe Bangfai was virtually unknown until recently.
Discover the secrets to making popular Lao dishes, like kao piak noodles and papaya salad.
Join in a tradition Laotian baci ceremony, held to celebrate births, marriages and entering the monkhood.
Take a ferry across the Mekong River for a fascinating cooking class in the home of a local family.
Our idyllic choice of hotels offer breathtaking locations, beautiful accommodation and delicious food – all at great value for money!
A busy year at Khiri Travel Laos led to positive changes in business development with a focus on training, sustainability and new products.
Southeast Asia is well known for its ubiquitous and varied means of transport, and in Laos the mighty Mekong River is one of the best ways to see its rural villages, ancient temples, and stunning mountain landscape.
Cycling through rural countryside on a bicycle – surrounded by emerald-green rice fields and friendly local people – is a truly refreshing and relaxing experience that reveals the true face of rural Laos.
Venture into the hills around Luang Prabang for a jungle-style picnic, learn local fishing and cooking techniques, swim in the turquoise pools of the Kuang Si Falls, and discover true meaning of tranquility.