Visiting Laos, you could immerse yourself in natural space of Kong Lor Cave, Kuang Si waterfall, Khone Phanpheng waterfall or Khoun Kong Leng Lake.
Khong Lor Cave:
With the length of 8 kilometres, Khong Lor Cave is famous for its 20 metre wide underground river which flows through the cave. The roof of the cave is over 50 metres high from the river’s surface. Travellers can enjoy boating to visit beautiful corners inside the cave. In addition to vast size, Khong Lor also astounds tourists because of its massive stalactites and stalagmites.
Kuang Si Waterfall:
It is truly a miss to go to the ancient town of Luang Prabang without visiting Kuang Si waterfall. The waterfall is large which flows down and forms many streams and lakes. Tourists can enjoy bathe in the turquoise water. Kuang Si waterfall flows all year round, but there is less water in March and May.
The Mekong River:
Mekong is the longest river in Southeast Asia, with 4,350 m. From China, the river flows through Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam. In Laos visitors can discover landscapes on the river with a luxury cruise.
Khone Phanpheng Waterfall:
Heading south of Don Khong island, right side of the Mekong River, visitors can admire the scenery of Phapheng Khone Waterfall. In rainy season, water level on the river rises causing the waterfall to extend over 10 kilometres. Travelers should make a visit in dry season to admire the beauty of the waterfall as water goes down.
Nam Ou Canyon:
Known as the Grand Canyon of Laos, Nam Ou brings tourists a different excursion on the river through 448 kilometres from the province of Phongsaly to Luang Prabang. Along two riversides, there are majestic cliffs interspersing with fertile villages. Nam Ou river is also home to over 84 species of fish, 29 species of which can only be found here. In addition, visitors also have the opportunity to visit Pak Ou Caves, famous for its Buddha statues.
Tat Somphamit Watterfall:
The waterfall has another name of Liphi. It is believed that this is where the souls of vicious animals and people are trapped. Besides spiritual sense, the 1.5 km river has beautiful and impressive landscapes.
The waterfall is about 800 metres from a bridge connecting two islands of Don Det and Don Khon. The time when the waterfall is at its best is after rainy season.
Khoun Kong Leng Lake:
The lake lies 30 kilometres North from Thakhaek town, Khammouane Province with green crystal water. The lake water which originates from an underground river is filtered through limestone layers in surrounding mountains. The area near the bridge is dry which allows tourists to swim and bath. Moreover, you can take a relaxing walk on paths leading around the forest.
The national nature reserve of Nam Et Phou Louey:
Located in northeast Laos, this is a nature reserve of many rare, endangered animals such as tiger, Sambar deer, white-cheeked gibbon, bison ... Nam Et Phou Louey is approximately 4229 km2 wide and covers 3 provinces. At the Nam Nern Night Safari, there are many fun activities in the nature reserve including watching bird, tracking wild animals at night, exploring medicinal plants or hiking ...