By Eliot Stein September 15, 2016 At the Gibbon Experience in northwest Laos, zip-lines connect some of the tallest treehouses in the world. (Felipe Rodríguez Vasquez) During our honeymoon, my wife strapped herself to a steel cable, kissed me goodbye… Read More
Luang Prabang has long been a destination for elephant interaction and elephant riding. But since the world of tourism is re-thinking the way elephant tours should be conducted, also Luang Prabang has undergone changes in the various offerings… Read More
Vang Vieng Travel Tip Exploring the stunning beauty of Vang Vieng. Riverside Boutique Resort recommendations for taking a tour up to Vang Vieng. Vang Vieng in central Laos, 3 hours north of Vientiane capital, has plenty to offer… Read More
The community-based eco-tourism project at Nam Et-Phou Louey National Protected Area is one of the few opportunities in Laos to view rare wildlife. It is designed to support alternative livelihoods for local villages and generate community support for the conservation of tigers and other rare wildlife species. Explore Nam Et with Tiger Trail Travel.
I’LL TELL YOU A SECRET LUANG PRABANG HIDDEN WATERFALL ADVENTURE My team and I joined our local operations team and went on an adventure just outside of Luang Prabang! All we really knew was there is a Hidden… Read More
From the glorious twin falls of Tad Fane, to the voluminous amount of water passing over Khone Pha Pheng falls, here are the top 5 waterfalls in Laos that you must see!
The Green Season in Laos offers many enticing benefits for visitors looking to explore this vast and vibrant country. We present our top 10 reasons for coming to Laos during the wet season — which we prefer to call the Green Season.
Nong Khiaw – One of the most beautiful and chilled out places in Laos The night before I left for Southeast Asia I was at my friend’s warehouse for a housewarming party. I met a… Read More
Hi everyone. I’m Jordi, the new Tiger Trail representative for Spanish-speaking clients. A little info about me: I fell in love with Laos back in 2006, when I entered the country for the first time. On that… Read More
One Blogger’s Tiger Trail Laos Trek Experience in Luang Prabang “Will there be chicken for dinner?,” one person asked. “No,” our guide replied. “Chickens are very hard to catch.” With those words of wisdom, I thought our village… Read More