Responsible Travel UK (RT) runs a Trip for a Trip programme (T4T) – they have helped 5000 disadvantaged children to go on a fun day trip. These day trips are not only fun – they also show the children why tourists flock to their country in the hope children might see the benefit that tourism
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Meeting House Complete and Workshop Coming Soon: The meeting house in Ban Huay Fai that is used to produce Jungle Jars, a community initiative setup during COVID is finished, and as soon as the village gets electricity (late January), we’ll be opening the doors to a brand new training workshop. This exciting space will provide
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The Boten-Vientiane railway, which opened in December 2021, has transformed travel in Laos. The train journey from the capital, Vientiane, to the former royal capital, Luang Prabang, now takes just two hours, compared to seven by car. The railway snakes through the Laotian countryside, passing through some of the 75 tunnels that were carved into
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As part of your holidays to Laos, you can explore the Plain of Jars in Xieng Khouang province. This archaeological site features hundreds of ancient stone jars that date back to the Iron Age. The jars are scattered around the upland valleys and the lower foothills of the central plain of the Xiangkhoang Plateau, arranged
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Blacksmithing is not only a craft, but also a cultural heritage of Laos. It reflects the history, diversity, creativity, and resilience of the Lao people.
When it comes to choosing your next travel destination, there’s a world of options out there. However, if you’re seeking a truly authentic, unspoiled, and unforgettable experience, let us introduce you to the hidden gem that is Laos.
Tiger Trail sales team recently inspected the quality of hotels, sights and roads in the south to ensure they give the best service possible.
Every year countries around the world celebrate World Blood Donor Day (WBDD). The event serves to raise awareness of the need for safe blood and blood products and to thank voluntary, unpaid blood donors for their life-saving gifts of blood. A blood service that gives patients access to safe blood and blood products in sufficient
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Laos, with its lush landscapes, mystical temples, and rich cultural heritage, beckons travellers from around the world. Yet, as visitors, we carry a responsibility to preserve this enchanting land for future generations. This is where sustainability in travel comes into play. Why Sustainability Matters: Sustainability is vital for preserving the natural beauty and cultural richness
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If you’re planning to travel to Laos, you might be wondering how to get around this beautiful but landlocked country. Laos has a variety of transport options for travellers, ranging from buses and minivans to boats and tuk-tuks and since 2021 a new high speed train. Here are some tips on how to choose the
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If you’re looking for a unique and adventurous destination, you might want to consider Laos in the green season. What is the green season, you ask? Well, it’s the rainy season that lasts from May to October, when the landscape turns lush and green, and the waterfalls are at their most spectacular. Sounds amazing, right?
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If you are looking for an adventure that will challenge you physically and mentally, while also rewarding you with stunning views and unforgettable memories, then you should consider doing a one day trek in Laos. Laos is a landlocked country in Southeast Asia, known for its rich culture, diverse wildlife, and beautiful landscapes. Trekking in
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If you are planning to visit Laos, you should be aware of some dos and don’ts that will help you enjoy your trip and respect the local culture. Laos is a beautiful country with friendly people and rich traditions, but it also has some rules that you should follow to avoid offending anyone or getting
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TOURCODE EBTK-3 DESCRIPTION A fantastic Fair Trek combination tour with biking adventures, elephant experience (no riding), home stays in remote villages, trekking, and kayaking all in the beautiful mountains surrounding Luang Prabang UNESCO World Heritage town. Discover all the beautiful nature and special cultures that Laos has to offer in this perfect mix of activity
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TOURCODE FTB-3 DESCRIPTION Immerse yourself in local culture on this 3 day Fair Trek adventure. Wind your way through the majestic mountains to two rural villages in northern Laos. Each night, stay with local families in homestays in Khmu and Hmong villages of Nong Khuay and Long Lao Mai. The Tiger Trail “Fair Trek” initiative
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TOURCODE FT-2 by TIGER TRAIL TRAVEL This two day ‘Fair Trek’ adventure with great landscapes and interaction with local rural village life. The trek follows the slopes and hills of a huge mountain range along trails used by the locals and passes along Khmu and Hmong villages. Get to meet the local people and even
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Like many countries, Laos is in lockdown during this time. Laos had a rapid response to Coronavirus making it a safe place to travel.
In anticipation of increasing numbers of tourists in 2022, today guides from Tiger Trail Travel are completing their Lao Safe COVID-19 training. Under the current COVID guidelines governing international tourism to Laos, tour guides and drivers constitute one of the major points of contact for tourists and great hygiene standards at all times is a
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Asia continues to gradually open up after COVID-19 with Cambodia and Thailand currently the easiest countries to travel to. Laos is an option although there not many tourists entering in the first 2 months since opening on January 1st. Recently, the much-awaited news of Vietnam’s reopening on the 15th March 2022 has taken many by
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A trip to Laos is the perfect opportunity to get off the beaten track in Southeast Asia. With thousands of years of history and dozens of colorful cities to explore, Laos is sure to capture the heart of any traveller. If you are planning a trip to this country, currently you need to organize it
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