The Mekong, the lifeblood of Laos, runs along much of its shared border with Thailand, and stretches from the Golden Triangle to the southern extremities of the country. A cruise in Laos will reveal hidden, unexplored treasure, winding through wild and rugged mountains, jungles and hardly accessible areas. In the north, you can enjoy a three country expedition as we will traverse Laos to touch Thailand and Burma at the once notorious Golden Triangle, sail on the mighty Upper Mekong River from Laos to China or vice versa or negotiate the shallow but fast-flowing waters from the Thai border to Luang Prabang aboard a traditional long tail boat. Further south, the 4,000 Islands form a riverine archipelago on the border with Cambodia where the Mekong drops off through a series of powerful waterfalls. Here, you can navigate the islands aboard a charming converted barge, stopping off at ancient temples and bustling market towns.
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Cruises Experiences in Laos

Here below are selected Laos cruise vessels you can choose from, ranging from luxurious floating hotels to far simpler options. All the cruises have one thing in common: they offer unparalleled access to sights well off the beaten track. Pick up one cruise then experience the beauty and intrigue of Laos.
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Mekong Sun Cruise

Mekong Sun Cruise built in 2006 with 14 cabins will provide you a relatively exclusive experience when passing through World Heritage Sites - Luang Prabang and aboriginal villages. Beside that, there are many interesting offshore excursions making the Laos and <a href="" target="_blank">Thailand trip</a> an fantastic holiday.

RV Laos Pandaw Cruise

Laos Pandaw was launched in November 2015 and is currently the only ship sailing on the Upper Mekong River and visiting the three countries of the Golden Triangle (Laos, Thailand and Myanmar (Burma) and China. The 131-foot long ship can accommodate 20 passengers, provides an intimate experience with personalised service to match.

Vat Phou Cruise

Originally a ferry that carried teak wood between Vientiane and the south of Laos, in 1993 the Vat Phou boat was lovingly converted into a luxurious floating hotel, cruising the Mekong river. Accommodating up to 24 people, this spacious vessel offers plenty of areas in which to relax in peace as you cruise the “Mother of Waters” to the wild paradise of the 4,000 islands.

Luang Say Cruise

Travelling by boat between Huay Xai, Pakbeng and Luang Prabang is the way to really explore the lush and more remote parts of this extraordinary and idyllic region. The Luang Say Cruise makes this journey from the comfort of a luxurious converted rice barge and is a highlight of any trip to Laos.

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