Despite being landlocked, Laos is an important hotspot of biodiversity, with rolling jungle wilderness, rivers and mountain terrain that provide all sorts of opportunities for those seeking real adventure.
Travel to a tranquil area of limestone mountains in northern Laos to learn the true story of the Lao people’s survival during many years of a secret USA bombing campaign during the Vietnam War. The Viengxay Caves today are on the list of things to do for visitors to Laos.
Laos might not have its own coastline, but its forested mountain terrain and limestone karst topography offer all sorts of possibilities for thrill-seeking outdoor adventurers and enthusiasts.
If you’re travelling to Laos, the well-known textile and artisan institution Ock Pop Tok is a refreshing way to learn about Laotian textiles and culture, while interacting with the local community.
Award winning responsible tourism DMC invites tour operators to share its passion for discovery at booth 6A35, Hall 6.