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Take a guided tour of Buddha Park, located south of Vientiane alongside the Mekong River. Here you will see over 200 Hindu and Buddhist statues dating back to 1958. The park is a bizarre and mythical site with unusual statues and designs throughout. Afterwards, head to a small temple where you will enjoy a blessing ceremony with a local Buddhist Monk.

Visit the Laos Buffalo Dairy farm, a sustainable and socially responsible enterprise, created to improve rural prosperity, nutrition and health through a focus on buffalo farming. Learn about the efforts of the farm owners to improve local agriculture and increase nutrition amongst the local people. Tour the farm and enjoy some tasters of local buffalo dairy products, including ice cream, cheese and a fresh glass of milk. Later, continue by road to the Kuangsi Waterfalls, the perfect place to cool off with a swim and later enjoy a delicious

Starting in Pakse, meet your local guide and take a short but scenic cruise on the Mekong River to Champasak. From here, drive to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Wat Phou, a complex of temples built before and to rival Angkor Wat. The complex was built in the 6th century by the Khmers and was originally used to worship the Hindu god of Shiva, before it was converted into a Buddhist temple. After your visit, return to Pakse by road, stopping at Wat Phou Salao en route for spectacular

A fantastic way to experience the traditions of Luang Prabang! Rise early this morning and transfer to a local family home where you will learn about and make sticky rice to offer as alms to the Buddhist monks living in Luang Prabang. Once the meals are prepared, take the dishes outside to offer as alms to the Buddhist monks as they walk through the streets of Luang Prabang – a humbling and immersive experience. Afterwards, return to the local family home where you will enjoy a delicious breakfast.

Your English-speaking guide will pick you up in a tuk-tuk and transfer you to the local night market located in the heart of Luang Prabang. Here locals and tourists come together to converse, shop and eat. It is easy to spend hours walking through the numerous stalls and shops that sell an array of goods. Explore the market and see the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Next, you will be transferred to a local restaurant to enjoy hot pot. This dish is often seen throughout the region and

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