Leisurely voyage through landlocked Laos
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Landlocked Laos is best explored by boat and the Mekong River is the arterial route that acts as a highway that cuts through the mountainous terrain.
A two-day cruise between Houayxay on the border with Thailand and the country’s leading tourism destination, Luang Prabang, offers a rewarding incentive experience. The passage on the 34-metre Luang Say comfortably accommodates 40 passengers, with an open-air vista to absorb the ever-changing scenery of towering peaks and pristine forests. Long stretches of breezy, sun-soaked cruising are interspersed with stops at landmark attractions along the way.
This includes interaction with indigenous groups in hill tribe villages and exploration of the Pak Ou Caves, a cavernous shrine packed with thousands of Buddha icons, in a dramatic limestone setting at the point where the Mekong joins the Nam Ou River.