Sabai dii and welcome to Laos
Although the land does not have direct access to the sea, there are dolphins in Laos. That’s right, there are a few Irrawaddy dolphins living in the Mekong. The river runs over 1000 kilometers through the country and thus provides the habitat for most of the population. You cannot miss a trip on the Mekong during your trip. In contrast to the Mekong region, the rest of the landscape is characterized by high mountains and deep jungles. There are many mountain villages and farming here, but also great areas for adventure and hiking. In the cities, however, you will be able to observe both the influence of the French colonial era and the beauty of Buddhist architecture. At that time, I was able to experience the water festival for the Laotian New Year in Luang Prabang. An unforgettable experience. Ultimately, Laos is an underrated travel destination because there is something for everyone here. Individual travelers in particular get their money’s worth here.