Pakse - Tadfane - Boloven Plateau - Tadlo - Tad Phasouam - Pakse or VV (2 D 1 N)

Multi-day & Extended Tours in Laos

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Champasak is lies in southern region of lao, there is many things to do and see when you visit. This case we start from pakse to Tad fane, Then go to Boloven plateau, Tad lo, Tad phasuam and back to end at pakse
Champasak is lies in southern region of lao, there is many things to do and see when you visit. This case we start from pakse to Tad fane, Then go to Boloven plateau, Tad lo, Tad phasuam and back to end at pakse. Tad fane: If you are visiting southern laos, you must be to don’t forget to put tad fane at the top of your list water fall together with li phi and khon pha pheng water falls, further south on the breathtaking feat of nature. One the most magnificent falls in southern East Asia, it combines two rivers to from stunning twin 120m high water fall. Treat by yourself to more than the glorious views with a leisurely lunch at tad fane resort. Immerse yourself in the beautiful scenery Boloven plateau is the place famous about coffee product in laos and here the weather is very good and must be don/t forget to visit a local coffee plantation to learn about this famous Laos treat and witness the unique lifestyle of the plateau’s hill tribe people. Tad Lo is a watering place, literally and figuratively. There are three waterfalls in this village: Tad Suong, Tad Lo and Tad Hang. Most of the local community is built up around this area. If you want to take a quick swim Tad Hang is the best bet for you. The water is not too rough as long as you stay away from the falls themselves. Fishing is very common and though the water is not crystal clear, it is not unhealthy. If you cross Saise Resort over the bridge you should reach Tad Lo waterfalls. Although you may not be able to take a dip in the rocky waters of this fall, spend some time sitting on the bank and enjoy its view. Tad Suong is furthest from the village and the most beautiful out of the three. It is a brilliant experience to watch the water splash down through the sharp gorges of the fall. Tad pha suam is a wide 6m high water that stretches around a U shaped cliff. Its name suam, “suam is mean room in lao” the fall flow year round from the houay champi river as it descends across the bolaven plateau from the north salavanh province. You can Swimming in the large nature lock pool beneath the falls.

What’s included

  • Overnight accommodation
  • Entrance fees
  • Local taxes
  • Bottled water
  • 1-course lunch
  • Transfer
  • English speaking guide

What’s not included

  • Food and drinks, unless specified
  • Gratuities (optional)
  • Personal expenses
  • Other services not mentioned above.
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