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The Plain of Jars

Four days/three nights from Luang Prabang to Phonsavanh for $639 per person, double occupancy


Package includes:

  • 2 nights in Phonsavanh at the Anoulack Khen Lao Hotel or similar with breakfast, transfer from Luang Prabang to Phosavanh

  • Full day tour of the Plain of Jars archeological sites, Ban Na Pia's bomb recycling program, and the ancient capital of Muang Khoun.

  • Drive to Luang Prabang with sightseeing at Nong Tang Lake and Tham Pia Cave

  • 1 night in Luang Prabang at the Souphattra Hotel with breakfast

  • Transfer in Luang Prabang to onward destination

  • English-speaking guides throughout

  • Transportation in air-conditioned vehicles


Double occupancy: $639 per person

Single occupancy: $1239

Extensions in Laos and other countries in South East Asia available upon request.




Luang Prabang to Phonsavanh

Depart Luang Prabang and drive through the countryside through forested mountains, lush valleys, and unique karst formations. Overnight in Phonsavanh.



Plain of Jars & Muang Khoun

Head to the main sites of the massive Plain of Jars. What these 300 jars were used for is still a mystery, some say wine, others say human remains, but no one is certain. Then drive to the nearby village of Ban Na Pia where locals have started a recycling business to turn unexploded bombs into spoons! From there head to Muang Khoun, the ancient capital of Laos amd explore the ruins of the ancient temples and stupas.



Drive to Luang Prabang 

Return to Luang Prabang, stopping to enjoy some sightseeing along the way. Visit the scenic Nong Tang Lake, rimmed with limestone cliffs, then head into Tham Pha Cave to see its ancient Buddha. Overnight in Luang Prabang.




Transfer from your hotel to your next destination.


  • Laos Visa (A visa is required to enter Laos)

  • Personal expenses

  • Travel insurance

  • Gratuities for guides, drivers, waitstaff, bellhops, etc.

  • Services not listed on the itinerary

  • Optional Tours

  • Airfare


Prices based on regular season rates for 2021. Rates may be higher due to peak season or holidays.

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