Looking for the perfect 2 week Laos itinerary? After spending a month in Laos, I put together a Laos travel itinerary for the ultimate adventure. This guideline will help you make the most out of your time and will cover the whole country from Northern Laos to Southern Laos.

Traveling to Laos offers a journey into a land of timeless beauty and serene landscapes. From the muddy banks of the Mekong River to the mist shrouded mountains of Luang Prabang, Laos captivates travelers with its unspoiled natural wonders and laid-back charm.

Whether you’re exploring the bustling markets of Vientiane, embarking on a river cruise through the rugged countryside, or trekking to remote hill tribe villages, Laos offers endless opportunities for adventure, discovery, and culture.

In this article, I’ll cover in detail a 2 week itinerary for Laos, let you know the best ways to spend your time in Laos, and offer any tips that will aid planning your adventure.

2 week laos Itinterary

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The best way to travel around Laos is on the tourist buses/shuttles that is set up in throughout country. Minivans are frequent, well connected to the major cities in the small country, and it’s very affordable.

Bookaway and 12Go are the two main sites I use to book my buses, trains, ferries and shuttles across Southeast Asia. They are convenient and reliable. Although sometimes uncomfortable because the roads in Laos are notoriously known for being bumpy, muddy, and full of pot holes.

This Laos 2 weeks Itinerary will rely on tourist buses and minivans to get you from one destination to the next. Just remember, the journey is just as good as the destination.

Below is a quick outline of what the Laos 2 week itinerary looks like. For more information about a specific location or activity, click on the blue links below.

unbelievable places to visit in Laos

Day 1-2: 

  • Start in Huay Xai
  • 3 Days, 2 Nights Gibbon Experience

Days 3-4:

Day 4:

Day 5-6:

  • Explore Luang Prabang
  • Kuang Si Falls
  • Night Market
  • Royal Palace
  • Give Alms to the Monks

Day 7:

Day 8-9:

  • Explore Vang Vieng
  • Tubing down the Nam Song River
  • Blue Lagoon
  • Hiking
  • Rock Climbing

Day 10:

Day 11:

  • Explore Vientiane during the day
  • Buddha Park
  • Take a night bus to Pakse

Day 12:

Extra Days:

  • 3 or 5 Day Loop

Day 13:

Day 14:

  • Explore Don Det
  • Bike to Don Khon
  • See the Irrawaddy Dolphins

Day 15:

Tubing in Vang Vieng, Laos

Is Laos Worth Visiting?

Before we get started with this adventure filled Laos itinerary, you may be wondering, Is Laos worth visiting? Laos is a gem that gets skipped a lot by the backpacker traveling through Southeast Asia because it’s not on the banana pancake trail, it’s more off the beaten track.

But why visit Laos? Filled with incredible waterfalls, scenic mountains and plenty of outdoor activities you won’t run out of things to do in Laos as you explore this untouched country. With an open mind and ample time, backpacking in Laos is one of the most rewarding Southeast Asian destinations.

How Many Days in Laos

How long to spend in Laos? 2 weeks in Laos allows you to experience all of the highlights and gets you off-the-beaten path. For the purpose of this article, this backpacking Laos travel route will start in the North and end in the South.

This Laos 2 week itinerary is perfect for travelers who want to experience the country at a slower pace and experience parts of Laos that most visitors pass by.

If you don’t have the gift of time, you can make this a 10 days in Laos or even a 1 week Laos itinerary, you’ll just have to cut out a stop or two.

Laos Itinerary Gibbon Experience<br>

2 Week Laos Itinerary | Days 1-2

Gibbon Experience

We’re starting this 2 weeks Laos itinerary in Northern Thailand in the border town of Huay Xai. We’re setting the bar high with a 2 Day, 1 Night tour with the Gibbon Experience.

There is also a 3 Day, 2 Night which is the one I’d really recommend but for the purpose and timing of this Laos Itinerary, it needs to be the 2 day, 1 night tour. If you have extra days and cut a destination out you should definitely choose the 3 Day, 2 Night tour.

The Gibbon Experience is an incredible adventure that takes you through the lush jungle, where you’ll stay the night in the world’s tallest treehouses. You’ll have to zip line through the forest canopies to reach the treehouses.

The main reason to book this adventure is for a chance to see gibbons in their natural habitat. The Gibbon Experience is located inside the Nam Kan National Park.

Just imagine falling asleep to the sounds of the jungle and waking up to see gibbons on your front porch. Meals and guides are included when you book a package.

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Laos Slow Boat to Luang Prabang Guide

Days 3-4 | Laos 2 Week Itinerary

Slow Boat to Luang Prabang

From here you’ll want to make your way to Luang Prabang the most adventurous way we know how and that will be on the 2 days, 1 night slow boat journey from Huay Xai. From Houayxai, the slow boat leaves at 9:00.

This incredible boat ride takes you down the Mekong River the local way. Yes in fact, if you don’t arrive to the boat early on the second day, you may end up sitting in the engine room curled up in a little ball sharing a small amount of space with some locals.

This is a true story and you can read all about it in the detailed post that I wrote about my experience on the slow boat to Luang Prabang.

Laos Itinerary slow boat
the 2 day slow boat to luang prabang
Slow Boat journey Thailand to Laos

If you don’t want to embark on the Gibbon Experience that I talked about above, booking a tour package from Chiang Mai will provide accommodations at the Thailand Laos border.

A slow boat tour package will include accommodation at the border in Huay Xai, but you will need to book your accommodations for PakBeng – the remote town in Laos along the Mekong for the second night. You can do this in person or online before you arrive.

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If taking the slow boat to Laos doesn’t interest you, the sleeping bus to Luang Prabang leaves Houaysai bus station at 17:30 and costs 430,000 LAK.

The regular trains depart Nateuy train station at 15:03 and arrives in Luang Prabang at 17:03 while for the fast train it’s 18:03 – 19:22.

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Chiang Mai to Luang Prabang

Laos Itinerary Day 4

Arrive in Luang Prabang

Luang Prabang is Lao’s first UNESCO world heritage site and the culture capital of Laos. Besides the preserved architecture, historic temples and the infamous Kuang Si Falls there’s much to see and do in this city or shall I say “small” town.

Luang Prabang sits on a peninsula where the Mekong river and Nam Khan rivers meet. Most places are walkable especially if you stay in the old town area.

Luang Prabang Old Town is where you’ll find yourself most evenings. Filled with riverfront restaurants, cafes and restored buildings, it’s a perfect place to relax, sip a glass of wine and people watch as you settle into the slower pace that Laos has to offer.

Boy on a bridge in Luang Prabang Laos

Where to Stay in Luang Prabang

There are plenty of places to stay in Luang Prabang ranging from budget friendly backpacker digs to posh stays for a fraction of the price. Yes, Laos is an extremely affordable country to travel around, so if you are traveling Laos on a budget, you will thrive.

I stayed at the  My Dream Boutique Resort. The location was great located on the river. The balcony in our room sealed the deal, it was a perfect place to watch the sunset. Here are some more of the best hotels in Luang Prabang.

Check out the article below for more details about specific areas and hotels in the city.

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Days 5-6 | Laos 2 Week Itinerary

The main sites and attractions of Luang Prabang are in close proximity to each other which makes it possible to explore Luang Prabang in a couple of days.

Plus Luang Prabang is such a laid back place you’ll spend your mornings exploring and your evenings relaxing by the river. These are the top things to do in Luang Prabang.

Kuang Si Waterfall

Take a trip to see the famous Kuang Si Falls, a highlight on any Laos itinerary. The powerful waterfalls are located just 45 minutes outside of Luang Prabang.

The tiered waterfalls are hidden in the jungle and cascade down each level creating natural infinity pools. You can easily spend the day here swimming in pools, jumping off trees, and pretending to be Jane or Tarzan.

The easiest way to visit the falls is on a tour. Visiting the falls is usually paired with another excursion. If you are traveling in a bigger group or don’t mind paying a little extra, you can book a private driver.

A private driver allows you to avoid the crowds. If you are traveling during the high season, I’d book my tour in advance.

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Explore the Local Market

The night market is open from 4 pm to 10 pm and is not like most markets you will find in Southeast Asia. This night market is filled with hand woven linens, jewelry, and other hand crafts making it more authentic and one of my favorites in Asia. Although the tourists still outnumber the locals, it still has a genuine feel.

The morning market is where the locals buy their everyday items like produce, fish and chicken. You must also rise early for this one, the market opens around 5:30 or 6 am. Come here after the alms procession. Here you’ll be able to try some Laos street food.

Luang Prabang Royal Palace<br>

royal palace musuem

Once an official residence of the Lao royal family, today, it’s a museum to Laos culture and history of Laos’ past and present. The Royal Palace Museum is in the center of Luang Prabang and probably walking distance from your hotel.

Giving alms to the monks in Luang Prabang Laos

Give Alms to the Monks 

This is a must do on any Laos travel itinerary. Rise early at 5 am to give alms to the monks that start their daily walks through the streets at 5:30 am.

You’ll need to buy fresh sticky rice the morning of or have an offering of candy. The reception at my hotel provided us with bowls to put our rice in and invited us to kneel next to him in preparation for the alms.

The monks will walk by with their alms bowls open and you’ll put your offerings inside. This was one of the most rewarding experiences I had my whole time traveling through Laos. As long as you show respect this is something that I would not miss while traveling through Laos.

Eating at Utopia in Luang Prabang, Laos

Enjoy Utopia

Zen by day, Groovy by night’ is Utopias motto and the perfect way to describe it. Not only does the food menu have a wide variety, including local cuisine and many vegetarian options but it’s also delicious.

Read a book, play some cards, or sip a hand crafted cocktail as you lounge on the deck and watch the Nam Khan River flow by. Utopia embodies the Lao saying of PDR – ‘Please don’t Rush’. It even offers yoga at sunrise and sunset. Check out their website here.

Vang Vieng bridge into town<br>

Day 7 | 2 Weeks in Laos Itinerary

Arrive Vang Vieng

Today you will travel from Luang Prabang to Vang Vieng. Bus tickets will cost around 120,000 Kip per person and can be arranged with the reception at your hotel or you can book online. It’s about a 5 to 6 hour drive depending on road conditions.

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There is also a new high speed train you can book to travel between Luang Prabang and Vang Vieng.

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Arrive early afternoon. The only way to get to Vang Vieng is by bus, by train, or with your own motorbike. Once a backpacker party hotspot, Vang Vieng has since calmed down and has rebranded itself as an outdoor & adventure town.

Vang Vieng’s biggest lure is the stunning limestone mountains, creating some of the best views in Laos. This was my favorite place I traveled to in Laos and a town I would definitely make sure I include on my Laos itinerary.

Vang Vieng Travel Guide

Where to Stay in Vang Vieng

Vang Vieng is a much smaller town than Luang Prabang and you’ll be able to walk everywhere. There are many hostels, guesthouses and hotels to choose from.

We stayed at the Riverside Boutique Resort. I could have stayed here all day and laid by the pool. These are some of the other top places to stay in Vang Vieng.

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Hot air ballon ride one of the Best Things to do in Vang Vieng, Laos

Days 8 & 9 | Laos 2 Weeks Itinerary

Explore Vang Vieng

I mentioned earlier that Vang Vieng is an outdoor enthusiasts dream. There are tons of activities to get your blood pumping over the next couple days. These are the top things to do in Vang Vieng.

🧗🏻 Read Next: Vang Vieng Travel Guide

Tubing in Vang Vieng & the Blue Lagoon

Go tubing down the Nam Song River. This is the main reason backpackers flock to Vang Vieng. You rent a tube for the day that cost 60,000 Kip. You then float down the river in an inner tube and locals will lasso you and pull you into their bar. How fun is that? This activity is usually paired with the blue lagoon.

The Blue Lagoon is a great place to go swimming. If Instagram worthy shots are a must on your itinerary for Laos then you’ll love the blue lagoon.
It has a rope swing that hangs over the water. It can be reached about 5 miles outside of town and is close to the Phu Kham Cave. It’s a short steep climb to get to the entrance of the cave. It cost 10,000 KIP to enter.


The most enjoyable cave in Vang Vieng is Pho Thao. The cave is full of stalagmites and stalactites and you can explore it for over a mile. There will be times that you’ll be in water up to chest deep so make sure you wear clothes that will be comfortable in the water. A dry bag is necessary to keep your belongings dry.

View of the Nam Song river in Vang Vieng Laos

Hiking in Vang Vieng

The landscape in Vang Vieng is breathtaking. I traveled to Laos during the rainy season so it was much more fun to explore the area in a Dune Buggy because of all the mud it was easier to be on 4 wheels. Theres i a 24 kilometer loop that has 4 different viewpoints to stop at and go for a hike.

Note that it does cost to go to these viewpoints 5,000 Kip per person. These viewpoints can be reached by climbing up the fairly steep limestone mountains. It rained every day of the week that we were here and this made the trails very muddy.

💡 Travel Tip: If you only have 2 weeks on your Laos itinerary and hiking is a top priority make sure you come here during dry season.

rock climbing

The limestone mountains that encompass Vang Vieng are perfect for rock climbing. Take a full day trip or half day tour to get your adrenaline pumping.

On day 7 make sure you arrange for transportation to travel to Vientiene tomorrow with your hotel or prebook here. It cost about $10 and is a 3 hour drive. Buses are frequent, leave in the afternoon so you have one more night in Vang Vieng.

Spend your last night at one of the lively bars in town. My favorite was the Moon Bar because it has a pool table, a friendly staff, and good music.  There is also a ‘happy’ menu if you desire.

Hotels in Vientiane Laos

Day 10 – 2 Weeks in Laos Itinerary

Arrive in Vientiane

Arrive in the capital city of Vientiane and arrange a night bus for tomorrow night that will get you to Thakhek. Then, prepare for a wild and bumpy ride. The journey from Vang Vieng to Thakhek was one of the wildest bus rides of my life.

Our seats on the sleeper bus were in the back of the bus, which we shared with three other locals. There was also no windows. Let’s just say we overslept our stop by two hours and woke up to the bus driver yelling at us to get off in Laos.

As we stumbled off the bus, we realized we were in the city of Pakse. A far shot from Thakhek but a story for the books.

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Where to stay in Vientiane Laos

Where to Stay in vientiane

Finding a place to say in Vientiane based on your travel style and budget will not be a problem as there are enough accommodation options. These are the my top recommendations on where to stay in Vientiane in the city center.

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Day 11 | 2 Week Laos Itinerary

On this 2 weeks Laos itinerary, you don’t spend much time in the capital because you’re saving time to get more off-the-beaten path. Here are the highlights of visiting Vientiane.

Buddha Park

This quirky attraction is a collection of massive concrete sculptures and Buddha images. The sculptors range from humans, animals, gods and even demons and some may seem a bit bizarre.

The cheapest way to get to the park is on the #14 bus from Vientiane’s central bus station. It runs every 15 minutes and cost 6000Kip. Take the night bus to Pakse. This will save you a night on accommodation but I warn you it will not be the best nights sleep.

COPE Visitor Centre

The COPE Visitor Center, which is partly a museum, but also provides insight into the work that COPE does in Laos.The country of Laos has many unexploded cluster bombs from the Vietnam war that are still causing injuries throughout the country.

COPE is an organization that is attempting to find and defuse all of the bombs as well as provide medical attention and supplies to those that get injured. This is a top thing to do in Vientiane.

Temples in Vientiane

The Great Sacred Stupa (Phi That Luang) is an iconic site in Vientiane and a symbol of Laos Country. This Impressive “golden Stupa” It is an important place for Buddhists to visit and once a year there is a big gathering of monks coming from all over.

If you just go to one temple during your visit to Vientiane, Wat Si Saket should be among the top picks. The temple and the museum have an amazing collection of Buddhist artifacts and statues. Come here to enjoy the peace and tranquillity of this beautiful place.

Tad Fang Waterfall in the Bolaven Plateau Laos

Day 12 | Laos Backpacking Itinerary

Arrive in Pakse

You’ll arrive in Pakse about 9 in the morning after taking the night bus. Pakse has many accommodation options, coffee shops, restaurants, and tour operators to help plan your transportation to Si Phan Don and the 4000 islands.

Where to Stay in Pakse

  • The Salachampa Hotel is located in the center of Pakse. The hotel offers simply furnished rooms and the convenience of an on-site restaurant. Stays include services like luggage storage and laundry.
  • Tad Fane Resort is located walking distance to the Tad Fane Waterfall. The rooms are basic but you if you’re looking for a retreat in nature this is the spot for you. Every room comes with a balcony and A/C.
  • Tad Lo Lodge has an amazing location on riverside and is a 5 min walk to Tad Lo waterfall.
  • Champasak Grand Hotel has large spacious rooms that are tastefully decorated and located 15 minutes away from the airport. Some of the top amenities include a spa, fitness center and a large outdoor pool.
  • A quiet but central location.La Jardin Hotel has comfortable beds and an outdoor pool. Perfect spot to rest your hat after a day of exploring the Bolaven Plateau.
Laos itinerary with I'm Jess Traveling

Tad Fane Waterfall

Rent a scoopi and explore southern Laos on the Bolaven Loop to local villages, coffee plantations, and off the beaten path destinations. There are many waterfalls clustered together located 45 minutes to an hour outside of Pakse.

Tad Fane is the first waterfall you will visit. Two waterfalls cascading down and the most popular waterfall in Southern Laos and reminds me of a scene straight out of Jurassic Park.

I'm Jess Traveling through Laos

Tad Yuang Waterfall

Tad Yuang is the next waterfall you will visit and was my favorite. In the dry season you can take a dip above the falls or below the falls.Keep journeying and check out one of the tea and coffee plantations.

Koffie’s Coffee tour is a unique, highly informative tour with an overload of information about coffee growing, harvesting, processing and quality of coffee around the world. If you’re willing to splurge on a experience go zip lining and drink coffee above a waterfall. Bucketlist Goals thats all I have to say.

Extra Days: Laos Backpacking Route

Thakhek Motorbike Loop

If you have extra days or have opted out on some of the adventures that I listed earlier, check out the Thakhek Loop. This thing to do in Laos would require you to have your own set of two wheels and a thirst for adventure. It can be completed in 3 or 5 days.

Exploring the Thakhek Loop on motorbike usually gets skipped on a typical Laos itinerary and people are missing out. I promise you won’t be disappointed with the beautiful scenery and beautiful country you are about to explore.

If you want to attempt the Thakhek Loop on motorbike then you’ll want to take a bus to Savannakhet and eventually to Thakhek to start the loop. Thakhek is a small town on the banks of the Mekong River.

Plan on staying in local villages and in homestays along the way. Here are some of the top sights and things to do along the Thakhek Motorbike Loop.


One of the highlights of the Thakhek Loop is Kong Lor Cave, a massive limestone cave located about 130 kilometers north of Thakhek. Travelers who make the journey can take a boat ride through the cave’s long tunnel, marveling at the towering stalactites and stalagmites along the way.

Tha Lang Village is a traditional Lao village is a great place to experience rural life and learn about local people and culture. Stay in a homestay, participate in local ways of life, and enjoy delicious Lao cuisine prepared by local families.

Nakhom Phanom. Highlights include the Riverside Promenade, Wat Phra That Phanom, and the Ho Chi Minh Museum, which commemorates the time Ho Chi Minh lived in the area.

🛵 Travel Tip:  If you have dreams of exploring Laos by motorbike (like I had) then you should rent a motorbike for the whole 2 weeks of traveling through Laos. Having your own motorbike gives you ultimate freedom to explore all of Laos undiscovered places. Plus you won’t have to deal with the dreaded local buses.

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Day 13 of Backpacking Laos

Start your day early by traveling to Don Det early in the morning. It will cost 55,000-65,000 Kip including a ferry ticket to Don Det. The journey from Pakse to Don Det takes a couple hours.

Little Eden Hotel in Don Det, Laos-2
The pool at Little Eden in the 4000 Islands Laos-2

Where to stay in Don Det

At this point you will be ready for some rest and relaxation. We stayed at the nicest resort on Don Det, the Little Eden Guesthouse and Resort.

A beautiful resort with a deck right on the water than offers the best sunset views on the island. This 3 star resort feels like 5 stars. It’s the only guesthouse on Don Det that has its own pool and it included breakfast.

This was my favorite place that I stayed during my time in Laos and my definition of budget luxury as we didn’t pay more than $30 a night. A must stay on this 2 week Laos itinerary.

Don Det with I'm Jess Traveling_

Day 14 of Laos 2 Week Itinerary

Located on a peninsula in the delta of the Mekong and Nam Song River, Don Det is small, easy going, and one of the most remote places in Laos. There’s not much to do on Don Det then sit back, relax and completely unplug. Here are a few of the top things to do in Don Det.

bike to don khon

It costs10,000 Kip to rent a bike. Explore Don Det and ride across the island to the bridge that connects you to Don Khon. Take your time and enjoy the rice fields and all the animals you see along the way. You’ll be on your own self guided Laos safari.

I saw water buffalo, cows, goats, dogs, chickens and cats along the way. After all that biking you’ll be ready for a dip in the pool and an iced cold beer. If you’re not staying at Little Eden, you can pay 20,000 to use their pool for the day.


These dolphins only 2 places in Southeast Asia and are almost extinct with there being less than 100 left. Take a tour and see these cuties in person. Lunch at Mama’s, the homemade hummus and the curry baguette are something to write home about.


Khone Phapheng Falls is the largest waterfall (by volume) in South East Asia and an epic place to visit in Laos. There is a viewpoint that provides great views of the falls below.

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When is the Best Time to Visit Laos

Generally speaking, the best time of year to visit Laos is during the dry season, which typically runs from November to April. November to February are the nicest months with cooler temperatures for a Laos vacation. It will be cold at night in the mountains.

This is the best time to explore Laos’s cultural attractions, visit temples, and embark on outdoor adventures like tubing in Vang Vieng and exploring the Bolaven Plateau on motorbike.

February and May is burning season in Laos. April to May in Laos is the hot season, which includes high temperatures and humidity. This can make for uncomfortable outdoor activities. The more south you go, the more humid it becomes.

June through September is rainy season or monsoon season which conisides with summer.

This means that it dumps rain every day for at least a couple hours. Prices are cheaper and you don’t have to book ahead of time because it is off season.

Laos isn’t as developed as other countries so this makes things very muddy. If you like to wear white and prefer to stay clean I would opt out of traveling here during the rainy season.

View over Vang Vieng Laos

Before you Travel to Laos

  • 🛂 Visa: A Visa is required by most countries to enter Laos. You can get an E-Visa here before you go or get one on arrival. Make sure you have at least 6 months validity on your passport and a blank page for the Visa. 
  • 💸 Currency:  The Lao kip is the official currency of Laos but the US dollar or Thai baht, will also be accepted especially in areas near the border with Thailand.  21,400 kip = roughly 1 USD.
  • 🙊 Language: Lao is the official language of Laos but English and French are widely spoken especially in popular tourist areas.
  • 🪂 Purchase Travel Insurance – It’s very affordable when you consider the alternative.
  • 📖 Read: The Ultimate Guide to Laos

🪂 Inspiration: 7 Epic Places to Visit in Laos

Laos 2 Week Itinerary Travel Tips

  • To visit Buddhist temples and religious sites, you must have your knees and shoulders covered. 
  • Laos overnight sleeper buses are guaranteed for a wild, bumpy adventure. 
  • Sunscreen – This is my go to reef safe sunscreen I use daily.
  • Book your accommodations in advance if you are traveling here during high season.
  • Get an eSIM for your phone to stay connected with a local high-speed data network while you travel.
  • Tap water is not safe to drink in Laos (or most Southeast Asian countries for that matter).
  • Don’t be surprised to find happy menus in Vang Vieng.
  • Lifestraw Water Bottle – helps me save a little money on buying water and stay healthy with clean drinking water.
  • Pack light, with breathable layers.
  • Potholes mean muddy roads and walkways when it is monsoon season.
  • ATM’s are widely available except in the 4,000 Islands so plan accordingly.
Best Places to visit in Laos

Final Thoughts on the Ultimate 2 Week Laos Travel Itinerary for Adventure

If you love adventure, have a lot of patience, and thrive in the unknown, you won’t regret spending 2 weeks backpacking in Laos. If you have any other adventures in mind that you must do when exploring Laos, let fellow travelers know in the comments below. 👇

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