Enjoy a three country expedition as you traverse Laos to touch Thailand and Myanmar at the once notorious Golden Triangle.

From Vientiane, the old French capital, travel aboard the RV Laos Pandaw and cruise deep into the mountains, through rapids and gorges, visiting tribal villages and exploring the jungle and countryside along the way.

Stop for two nights at the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Luang Prabang. Explore this well preserved and unique site with its many intricate carved Buddhist temples, libraries and royal palace. There is a buzzing night market and many delightful cafes along with some good restaurants ashore.

Explore the unique Pak Ou Caves, a Buddhist sanctuary with spectacular limestone cliff faces before cruising to the border between Laos and Thailand.

Enjoy farewell cocktails and dinner on your last night before disembarking the next morning to explore the Golden Triangle.

*Please note this is a new expedition therefore unforeseen changes to itinerary may occur – but a great adventure still to be had, a flexible approach is required.

River Cruise The Laos Mekong
Destination Laos
Cities Vientiane,
Departs from Vientiane
Visits Vientiane, Luang Prabang, Golden Triangle
Finishes at Golden Triangle
Duration 11 days / 10 Night


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Cruise Schedule

Guaranteed Departure Applies: As soon as 2 people are booked on this cruise.

*Please note this is a new expedition therefore unforeseen changes to itinerary may occur – but a great adventure still to be had, a flexible approach is required.

Terms & Conditions

Itinerary and price subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances beyond our control. Please refer to our full terms and conditions available on our brochure or from our website. Active Asia reserves the right to alter the hotels and/or the itinerary if needed due to availability and/or adverse weather conditions.

Luang Prabang

Luang PrabangListed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this former ancient capital is a quaint town with crumbling French-Indochinese architecture, glistening temples and widespread natural beauty. Built on a peninsula formed by the Mekong and the Nam Khan River, this tiny town is the heart of this mountainous region. With a strict building code set in Read more


VientianeVientiane is possibly the most modest and laid back of the Southeast Asian capitals and has numerous beautifully decorated Wats (temples), bustling local markets, grand French colonial buildings and wide leafy avenues, reminiscent of those found in Paris – one avenue even comes complete with Patuxai, Laos’ answer to the Arc de Triomphe. Hugging a Read more


LaosOne of the most authentic travel destinations in Southeast Asia, beautiful Laos charms with timeless traditions, French colonial heritage and natural beauty. More rural and relaxed than neighbouring Cambodia and a world away from hot and heady Thailand, landlocked Laos is made up of sparsely populated mountains, fertile plains and tributaries of the mighty Mekong Read more

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