Laos, a breath-taking country, is illuminated with gorgeous Buddhist monasteries, amazing French architecture, and splendorous mountainside, which makes it a great place to spend some time with your special one. For this very reason, our Laos honeymoon packages from India include some of the most stunning places to visit and experiences to immerse into with your partner. From soaking in the spectacular view of Mekong River from Mount Phousi in the tranquil town of Luang Prabang to exploring the mystical Pak Ou Caves and standing under the magical waters of Khouangsi waterfall, there is so much to indulge in during our Laos trips for couples.
Our travel representatives will welcome you at the Luang Prabang airport before transferring you to your hotel. One of the oldest cities of Laos, Luang Prabang is luminous with breath-taking scenery, rich culture, and ancient traditions that you would love to be acquainted with. These reasons very easily make this beautiful city a great place to visit.
Later, you will head out for sightseeing in Luang Prabang, starting from the mesmerizing Stupa of Wat Visoun, the oldest temple in the city. Following this, you will pay a visit to the temple of Wat Aham, another temple made of a sim and two gorgeous stupas. Wat Mai, also known as The New Monastery, is one of the largest and most popular temples or wats in Luang Prabang.
Once you have covered the Wats, set out for a climb to the splendorous Mount Phousi and soak in the good vibes of the much-revered glided stupa of Wat Chum Si. Mount Phousi is the spiritual heart of Laos, and this mountain is one of the highlights of our special Laos honeymoon package, and when you visit this sacred hill, you will understand why. You will end your day beautifully as you watch the sunset and enjoy the splendid views of the divine Mekong River.
The last stop of the day will be the Night Market of Luang Prabang, known for its handmade textiles, made by the local and hilltribe people of this resplendent city. Once you stroll through the market, you will be transferred to your hotel. Your overnight stay will be at Luang Prabang.
Your day’s tour will begin early, where you will have an opportunity to be a part of a morning ritual where monks in saffron clothes accept the gracious offerings of alms from the residents. The unique part is that Laos is the only country to perform this Buddhist ritual even today.
After a delectable breakfast at the hotel, head out to see the oldest temple of the city, Wat Sene, after which you will visit the magnetizing Wat Xiengthong embellished in the historic Laotian architecture. Once you are done absorbing the magnificent energy of these temple, you will board a cruise upstream on the Mekong River and witness the striking countryside of the city, before stopping at the enigmatic Pak Ou Caves. The site is a combination of two caves overlooking the river and frequently visited by tourists for housing more than 4,000 Buddha icons that are varnished in gold.
After this mystical tour, you will head to a small hamlet called Ban Xanghai, known for production and distillation of local rice wine. Return to Luang Prabang and stop at a small village called Ban Phanom on the way back. This compact village is known for the art of hand weaving.
Once you reach Luang Prabang, you will be taken for an exciting excursion toward the incredible Khouangsi Waterfall. On the way, you will also get various opportunities to visit local villages, including Ban Ouay, Hmong Village, Ban Ou, Laoloum, Khmu, and Ban Thapene, most of which are known for their ethnic minority groups. The cold and turquoise waters of the brilliantly cascading falls will make you fall in love with this place. This place is especially added in our Laos honeymoon tour packages, for it makes for quite a romantic setting.
You will return to Luang Prabang by late afternoon and soon head to another popular village known as Ban Xangkhong, which has become an attraction for visitors because of the hand-woven silk that’s available here in abundance, and also its traditional sea-paper making. You will return to Luang Prabang by the evening and end your day by watching an artistic sunset from Wat Siphouthabath. You will then, return to the hotel for your overnight stay.
After breakfast, you will set out to visit The National Museum at the former Royal Palace. The Museum is a repository of artefacts that reflect on the rich culture of Laos.
You will then drive to another charming town called Xiangkhouang, which was ruined by the major bombings by America between 1964 and 1973. Reach the old capital of Muang Khoun Province by late afternoon. Since it is mostly in ruins, only tourists that are interested in learning about the history and people of the ‘destroyed city,’ visit it. You will also visit some of the nearby villages before checking into your hotel in Xiangkhouang for the overnight stay.
After enjoying breakfast at the hotel, you will head over to the Plain of Jars, an extraordinary archaeological site, which is quite famous for being home to a hundred of large stone jars spread across the whole plateau, in a way that makes this sight look absolutely awe-inspiring!
Once you are done immersing ourselves in the beauty of the Plain of Jars, board a flight to the alluring Laos capital, Vientiane. Once you arrive, you will be transferred to your hotel for the overnight stay.
After having a delicious breakfast, you will leave the hotel for a sightseeing tour of the capital, including Wat Sisaket, the oldest temple in the city that houses over 10,000 Buddha images and Wat Prakeo, known for previously housing the famous Emerald Buddha (Phra Kaew Morakot) image. This makes this temple quite a revered site and thus, attracts a great number of devotees from around the world.
You will then head over to witness the glory of one of the most sacred heritages of Laos – That Luang Stupa. However, you will stop by at the Patuxay Monument, established between 1957 and 1968, to honour the sacrifices of those who lost their lives during the French War of Independence. The building is also known for its French architecture and often referred to as Vientiane’s own Arc de Triumph.
The afternoon tour will include a visit to the Buddha Park, a sculpture site known for encompassing more than 200 Hindu and Buddhist images. The sculptures are located on the Mekong Riverside Meadow, near the Friendship Bridge. This also means that the sunset from the Mekong River will be worth-watching and add to the perfect end of an amazing day. Your overnight stay will be arranged at the hotel in Vientiane.
After the breakfast, you will be transferred to the airport to board the flight for home.