LUANG PRABANG · Vientiane
March 16-21, 2018
6 days From $2999
Still largely untouched by the modern world, Laos is one of the world’s best kept secrets. It is an inherently peaceful place, free from much of the word’s stresses, and containing effortless beauty, graceful people, and centuries-old traditions and culture. The pristine, lush landscape’s beauty is matched only by beautiful smiles at every turn.
• Fully escorted with the services dedicated Zoom Vacations® Concierge guides throughout the trip
• Accommodations at the finest properties
• Welcome cocktail party
• Interact with elephants in our very special elephant sanctuary.
• UNESCO World Heritage Vat Xieng Thong Temple
• Participate in a sunrise Tagbat Ceremony
• Afternoon cruise on and around the Mekong River
• Architectural City tour of Luang Prabang
• Expert guides throughout the trip
• Participate in a unique Baci Ceremony
• Explore Vientiane by night
• Breakfasts Daily
• 3 Lunches
• 1 Dinner
• 2 Nights, in the glorious Belmond La Résidence Phou Vao, Luang Prabang
• 2 Nights, in newly opened President by AKARYN, Vientiane
Space is limited. Call us today to book this tour: 773.772.9666.
Gay Friendly, Luxury Accommodations
Belmond La Résidence Phou Vao - Luang Prabang (2 Nights)
Positioned atop a hill, gazing across the sacred mountains, Belmond La Résidence Phou Vao is an unforgettable place to stay. Its calm, tranquil ambience echoes that of the sleepy World Heritage town of Luang Prabang—former royal capital of Laos—spread out below. Designed in a traditional style, this intimate hotel is gemmed with teak, silk and fresh cotton accents. It is famed for its wonderful French-influenced local cuisine and an open-air spa beside a water lily pool. Relax, soak up the atmosphere and enjoy stepping back into a more gracious era.
The Settha Palace Hotel - Vientiane (2 Nights)
In the heart of bustling Vientiane stands a remarkable hotel. Built in the early part of the last century, circa 1932, and painstakingly restored to its former imperial glory, the Settha Palace Hotel serves as a testament to the long lost era of classical elegance, gracious service and French colonial charm. Once more owned by the same passionate family that ran the hotel in its heyday before the change of regime in 1975, no stone has been left unturned and no expense spared in the quest to bring this Vientiane landmark back to life.
Air: International and domestic airfare not included.
Passports: Your valid passport should have at least two blank visa pages and should be valid for at least six months after your planned departure from the country you are visiting.
Note: Passport pages titled "Endorsement Pages" are not visa pages.
Visas: Please note that currently US citizens must have a visa to enter Laos. You can get a visa on arrival in Laos if you are traveling for tourism, have two passport-size photographs and pay 35 USD at the following ports of entry: Wattay Airport, Vientiane; Pakse, Savannakhet, and Luang Prabang Airports. If you are not a US citizen, please contact your nearest Laos Consulate to determine your visa requirements.
While Zoom Vacations will assist when possible, please note that passport, visa, and vaccination requirements vary from country to country and are the sole responsibility of the traveler. If you are a US resident, you may click here for more information on passport, visa, and vaccination requirements for various countries.
*Land only Introductory rate, based on double occupancy. Prices are subject to change. Need a roommate? Zoom Vacations® is happy to match you with someone, at no additional charge. Or, you may pay a single supplement and go as a single.
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