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Excellent - Blake
United States United States
Vietnam, Cambodia & Laos Odyssey 20 days | 04/05/2024
Incredible journey

In April 2024, we had an incredible journey through Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos with BestPrice Travel.
Our trip was coordinated flawlessly by Hang Moon. She not only provided invaluable advice to tailor our itinerary but also arranged unforgettable activities, enhancing our overall travel experience.

Excellent - Giselle
Australia Australia
Vietnam, Cambodia & Laos Odyssey 20 days | 03/05/2024

Rosie Nhung did an exceptional job organizing our dream itinerary spanning 20 days across Vietnam and Cambodia. Her responsiveness via email and WhatsApp was impressive, making me wonder if she ever slept considering our time difference. Every aspect of our trip, from transfers to accommodation to flights… More

Excellent - Yves
France France
Vietnam, Cambodia & Laos Odyssey 20 days | 24/04/2024
Highly recommend!

I highly recommend the "Vietnam, Cambodia & Laos Odyssey" with BestPrice Travel to anyone seeking a comprehensive and immersive experience in Southeast Asia. Thank you, Rosie Nhung, and the entire team, for crafting an unforgettable journey filled with discovery, culture, and adventure. We look forward… More

Excellent - Grace
Hong Kong Hong Kong
North Vietnam & Laos Adventure 14 days | 09/04/2024
Enjoyable trip

Best Price Travel made our Vietnam-Cambodia trip unforgettable! From excellent guides to delicious meals and seamless transportation, every detail was perfect. We had a fantastic time exploring Luang Prabang and enjoying the overnight cruise in Halong Bay. The staff, especially Mrs. Moon and Mrs. Hien… More

Excellent - Philip
Singapore Singapore
Best of Laos 11 days - Private Tour | 08/04/2024
Best 11 day in Laos

BestPrice Travel was excellent. We were always greeted on time by helpful drivers and guides at each stop. The itinerary was great, and the tour was superb. I highly recommend BestPrice Travel.

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For a perfect climate, the best time to visit Laos is from November to May, when travelers can enjoy various activities outside due to dry weather and pleasant temperature.

There is no wrong time to travel to Laos since each season possesses its own typical beauty, however, if you cannot come to the country during the ideal period above, please notice the following durations’ drawbacks:

  • July - August: Belongs to the peak of monsoon season, your trip may be disrupted by unavailable transfers due to bad weather, which also influences your travel experiences. If you prefer a smooth journey, it’s recommended to avoid these months.
  • April - May: Witnessing the highest temperature in the hot season (~40°C), traveling during this time will be an uncomfortable experience for many tourists, especially visitors from cold countries.
  • September - October: Though there are heavy rains with high humidity in September, the next month is more enjoyable with fewer downpours, fresh air, and lush scenery after the rains. The best time to beat the crowds.

Normally, the travel cost for a Lao package is a bit higher than in other Southeast Asia countries, at around US $110 - 350 /person /day.

Depending on your budget, the actual expenditure will vary since each class is priced differently. Let’s see our rough estimation below (travel cost per person /day):

  • Economy (2*): For budget travelers - US $120 - 150
  • Superior (3*): For mid-range travelers - US $160 - 200
  • First Class (4* hotels): For luxury travelers - US $250 ++

A Laos tour package can range from 6 - 15 days. Based on your availability, a short trip will allow you to explore the country’s highlights, while the longer one enables you to take a deeper glance at nature and local lifestyle:

  • 5 - 7 days: Witness the most outstanding landmarks in Laos, usually in Luang Prabang and the capital Vientiane
  • 8 - 10 days: Expand to off-the-beaten-track exploration (such as Pakse and Nong Khiaw) besides the main cities.
  • Over 12 days: Have a thorough knowledge of Laos through adventures from the cities to secluded areas and untouched nature.

Check out our bestseller Laos tour packages:

Laos Tours Route

Highlights of Laos 6 days

  • From US $1122 /pax
  • Best for: First-timers
Vientiane - Luang Prabang

Laos Family Adventure 10 days

  • From US $1408 /pax
  • Best for: Families
Luang Prabang - Nong Khiaw

Laos - A Journey within 19 days

  • From US $3358 /pax
  • Best for: Adventure lovers
Luang Prabang - Muang Hiam - Xieng Khuang - Pakse - Khone Island & Daeng Island

Laos Into the Wild 8 days

  • From US $1549 /pax
  • Best for: Nature goers
Luang Prabang - Nong Khiaw - Muang Hiam - Vieng Xai

Generally, Laos people are welcoming and nice. However, there are things you shouldn’t do since it will be considered disrespectful:

  • Don't touch a monk (women especially need to be careful). Since Buddhism is the main religion in Laos, you shouldn’t touch the Buddha images /statues too.
  • Don't trek without a guide: Increase caution in some rural areas, such as Savannakhet, Xieng Khouang, Saravane, Khammouane, Sekong, etc., due to unexploded bombs. It’s safe to have a guide who knows about the routes.
  • Don't argue with the police: It’s not wise to have a conflict with the police, you should comply with the rules. Since corruption is a problem in Laos, sometimes they only want to get money from foreign tourists, all you should do is just pay the bribe.
  • Don't touch anyone with your feet: This is supposed to be rudeness.
  • Don't wear your shoes inside a home or temple: This rule also applies to some restaurants, shops, and hotels.
  • Don't shout, argue or rush: Like the Thai people, Laos people don’t want to lose face. The best thing to do is smile, or else you won’t achieve anything.
  • Don't make public displays of affection: Or you will receive frowns and disagreeing glances from locals.
  • Don't buy antiques or wildlife products: as well as use marijuana and opium, as drugs are illegal in the country.


  • Major spots: Wat Sisaket, Wat Prakeo, Patuxai Monument

As the smallest capital in Southeast Asia, the city offers serene vibe of a small town with a riverside ambiance, captivating monuments, and ancient temples.

Luang Prabang:

  • Major spots: Kuang Si waterfalls, Pak Ou caves, Elephant Village

This is the most beautiful place in Laos, with amazing natural landscapes and interesting cultural exploration. The city also provides tourists with a one-of-a-kind experience - interacting with wild animals in Elephant Village.

Nong Khiaw:

  • Major spots: 100 Waterfalls

If you are an active traveler who always looks for adventurous activities, Nong Khiaw is an ideal destination to hike and enjoy the marvelous beauty of nature.

Si Phan Don (4000 islands):

  • Major spots: Don Det, Don Khong

Located in the south of Laos, Si Phan Don is a group of islands in the Mekong Delta. A wonderful escape place for unwinding and recharging with pristine islands, relaxing biking, and enjoyable boat tours.


  • Major spots: Bolaven Plateau

Famous for hill tribes, waterfalls, and tea plantations, you should not miss visiting Pakse when traveling to Laos, as you can explore many parts of the country, from nature to local life.

Overall, Laos is relatively safe for foreigners to travel. The country is one of the safest tourist destinations in Asia:

  • Political Status: As an authoritarian centralized one-party state, the politics in Laos is quite stable.
  • Crime Rate: Though violent crimes towards foreigners aren’t high, petty crimes like opportunistic thefts are quite popular in tourist areas. The solution for that is simple - always be aware of your surroundings.
  • Local People: Ranked the third friendliest country in the world, Laos people are friendly, kind, and polite to foreign tourists.

Covid-19 Pandemic: On May 9th 2022, Laos is fully open. All foreign tourists do not need to show proof of vaccination or Covid-19 test results.

Yes, tourist visas are required in Laos. Currently, Laos has visa exception agreements with 15 countries, including Brunei, Luxembourg, Philippines, Switzerland, Cambodia, Malaysia, Russia, Thailand, Indonesia, Mongolia, Singapore, Vietnam, Japan, Myanmar, and South Korea.

If your country isn’t in the list above, you can obtain a visa for Laos entry in 3 ways:

  • Apply for a visa at an Embassy or Consulate in Laos
  • Apply online through the official eVisa issuance website (, at around US $50 per applicant.
  • Visa on arrival (VOA) at most entry ports, from US$ 30 - 45 /person, depending on each nationality (Not all countries are eligible to apply for VOA, please check before traveling)

First of all, tipping is not compulsory in Laos, yet leaving a tip to show your satisfaction with the services is always appreciated.

You can have a look at our details suggestions about who and how much to tip when traveling in the country:

Luxurious Restaurants

(Waiters /Waitresses)

10% of total price
Tour Guide

Private Tours: US $10 - 15 (per day)

Group Tours: US $3 - 6 (per day)

Taxi /Transfers


US $1 - 2

Or let them keep the change


(Maids /Bellmans)

US $1 - 2

Spa & Massage


10 -15% of treatment price

The answer is – yes, accessing the Internet in Laos is quite easy. Most cafes and bars in the country offer free WiFi to clients.

Keep in mind that Internet service in Laos is one of the most expensive in the world. However, it’s still recommended to prepare a 4G SIM Card as a backup when traveling (though the speed may not meet your expectation):

Providers Price Per SIM Card
Unitel From US $0.8
Lao Telecom From US $1 - 2
***Data plan: From US $11 - 16 for 4G access with 30 - 60GB

The most popular plug sockets in Laos are for Type A, B, C, E, and F:

  • Type A (2 vertical pins): can use the same outlet of Type B.
  • Type C (2 round pins): share the same socket of Type E and F.

If your power plugs cannot fit the outlet, it’s time you need an adapter.

In Laos, the standard voltage is 230 V at 50 Hz. You can use your electric appliances in the country if you see 220 - 240V printed on the devices, or else you will have to prepare a voltage converter.

Note: You can find an adapter at markets in Vientiane and other large cities at around US $1 - 2.

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I am a solo traveler. can u give me 8 day package to off the beaten track attractions in Laos Mar 29th is the arrival to laos date 4* accomodation Thanks


The price in Laos quite expensive, if you have friend go with you it is the best if not we will send you detail offer via email.

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My father is over 60 years old, is he suitable for trekking tours in Laos


Depend on his health, you can do easy trekking.

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Which destinations in Laos offer adventurous activities for active travelers? we are also nature goers so you can recommend us nice places with breathtaking nature


You can have a look at Muang Khua, Nong Khiaw, Xieng Khuang

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Does Kuang Si Waterfall have water activities such as kayaking? what about the fee?


There is no kayaking services at this waterfall , they just allow to swim at the waterfall

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is dollar accepted widely in Laos or is it more convenient for payment with Kip?


If you travel to Lao, use local money is always better than USD

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