Tours in Luang Prabang, Laos: Travel/Tourist Information Guide

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Luang Prabang is one of the biggest cities in Laos with amazing things to be seen. To make sure that one will see the best things in the city, then maybe they could book a tour. There are a lot of tourist agencies that operate in Luang Prabang where interesting and nice tours around the city can be found. Here are a few suggestions of tours that should be considered going on.

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First of all, there is an amazing heritage tour. It starts at the city of Luang Prabang where first the tour will visit the Royal Palace Museum which features the original royal chambers, paintings, a throne room and four royal cars. After that, tourists visit Wat Xieng Thong which was built in 1565. It is the most beautiful temple in Luang Prabang. Then they will visit Wat Visoun which was built in 1513. Later, the tour will visit the OckPopTok weaving center where tourists will learn all about weaving. Next, they will see the amazing Kuang Si Waterfalls which have amazing turquoise pools and are a great place for swimming. Finally, the tour visits Wat Phousi and tourists can enjoy the amazing view of the city.

Another great tour is the one that will take tourists to Pak Ou Cave and elephant riding. Tourists start the tour by hopping on a boat that will take them across the Mekong River to the Pak Ou Caves. During the ride, they will have the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful scenery that surrounds the river. Once the tour arrives at the Cave, they will explore the two caves which are filled with Buddha images and statues. There are so much Buddha images and statues here because throwing them away means back luck, so that is why the people bring them here. After the visit to the caves, tourists will go on a walk to the elephant camp where they will have the opportunity to enjoy an exciting elephant ride and bathe in the Mekong.

The last fun tour is the Nam Khan experience. This tour starts at the village of Ban Mout, on the bank of the river Nam Kham. Tourists will get on a kayak and learn how to ride a kayak with an experienced instructor. The first break will be at the Tad Sae Waterfalls. These are amazing waterfalls where they can bathe in their fluorescent turquoise pools. After the break, the tour will continue kayaking to the Tomb of the 19th century French explorer - Henri Mouhot. After visiting the tomb they will have the choice to either go visit the village of Ban Phanom or go back.