You pay way too much for what you get. The tour started good, the waterfalls are very nice. But they promised a lot of fun stops, which only meant they will drop you off on the side of the road. When we asked the driver...More
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This is a very interesting area in southern Laos.. Best way to view is to rent a small motorbike from companies in Pakse and visit all the fabulous water falls in two to four days. Stay in rustic accommodation and eat genuine Laotian foods. Highly...More
Easily accessible, the two were my two favourite waterfalls we decided to visit. Tad Yuang has a place across the bridge at the top where you can have a picnic!
WOW....Just WOw. Its an amazing loop with many waterfalls to check out. Definetely make time for this, it will not disappoint you!
TAD FANE (WATERFALL): BOLAVEN PLATEAU: The Tad Fane area, which also comprises the nearby Tad Champee and Tad Yuang falls, is at the Km 38 marker on Highway # 16. From the fruit market (approx. 9 kilometres East of Pakse on Hwy 16) simply go...More
We did the 1 day tour from Pakse, organised through one of the many tour operators on the main road. USD 15 per person covered the vehicle, English speaking driver and water. The waterfalls were probably the only stops worth the visit , but nothing...More
Experience this Agricultural Plateau. There are so many different things to do ... Visit the Bolaven Plateau Coffee Producers Cooperative. ... A MUST . . Champel Coffee Arabica + Robusta and the nice Highland Tea. Organic & Fairtrade certified coffees - higher quality with specs...More
Captain hook coffee tour herbal medicine the life of ethnic group people and village tradition We provide tour coffee plantation trekking and organic bamboo coffee
The Bolaven Plateau was a little disappointing for us. Especially compared to some of the beautiful Laos landscapes in Nong Khiaw, Vang Vieng, and around Tha Khek, the plateau was quite boring. Essentially it's a lot of agricultural land with views of nothing but the...More