After many years of isolation from the rest of the world, having been caught up in the midst of two Indochina wars, Laos has emerged as one of Southeast Asia’s most intriguing off-the-radar locations. Retaining a deep-rooted atmosphere of tradition that has sadly started to fade among its more visited Asian neighbours, Laos’ landscape is also breathtakingly untouched, from its soaring, forested mountains to its glassy riverfronts, ancient monasteries and beguiling wilderness. Take the road less travelled, and discover a nation abundant in old-world charm and effusively friendly people.
Why Laos with us?
Our well-informed team of Far East experts are not only knowledgeable about Laos, but truly passionate about it too. Frequent visitors to the country and to the resorts that we sell, they are up-to-date with all new developments, and are keen to assist you in discovering the beauty of Laos for yourselves.
All of our holidays are financially protected through ATOL bonding for your security and confidence.
When is the best time to visit Laos?
The climate in Laos is characterised by three distinct seasons. The rainy season of the south-west monsoon extends from June to November. It is followed by a short, cool dry period from November to January, which develops into a hot dry season from February through May. Average daytime temperatures generally range from 25C to 30C, but can drop to 10C in the mountainous areas of the country in the north.
How do I get to Laos?
To travel to Laos, you can either fly into Vientiane via Bangkok with Thai Airways, or fly into Bangkok with either Thai Airways or British Airways before connecting through to Luang Prabang on Bangkok Airways.
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