3 Days Mekong and Wat Phu Tour

3 Days Mekong and Wat Phu Tour

Day 1: Pakse – Wat Phu-Champasack

Departure from Pakse by Tuk-Tuk and get on a long boat under the water to Champassak. On the way, we stop visiting Phuong Awu Pagoda, which looks to the Mekong. Then float to the Mekong to see the lives of fishermen in the region. Lunch in Champassak. After lunch, we visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Wat Phu. It is associated with the city of Shrestapura, located on the banks of the Mekong River in the east of the Lingaparvata (now Phu Kao).



About 2.5 hours, 2 hours boat ride, 1 ride a tuk-tuk and 2 hours on foot.

Day 2: Champa-tas-Hanthay Khoun – Don Khoeun – Lipy Waterfall

After breakfast, we board a boat or tuk-tuk to the other side of the Mekong River, which we will meet with passengers for our 2-hour bus ride. Then we cruise through the famous 4,000 islands, where there are many seabirds looking for fish, fish, crocodiles, mosquitoes and other foods. When we stop at one of the beach, we relax for lunch, swim or fish. Go to Don Kuan to check in at the lodging and enjoy a cold drink. Try fresh coconut on the island, you will like it! Free time for your own trip by walking or biking around the island to visit the old colonial French Bridge, Somphamit and to catch sunset before dinner.

Maybe: 2 hours, 2 hours boat ride, 1.5 hours cycling 1 hour 1.5 hours walking.

Day 3: Da Nang – Dolphin – Vuk Khum – Khun Fang – Parsons

3 days – Mekong – Wat – Phou – La Malas – Experience – We start the day with breakfast after we spend 30 minutes, transfer to mainland to Done Sadam and take a 20-minute boat ride to see Dolpin before returning. Mainland. In Nagasan, from here, we will ride a car waiting to be transported to Khun Pha Peng Waterfall. Arriving at the waterfall, we take a breathtaking view and spend time exploring the local area before lunch at a local restaurant.

After lunch we shall return back to Pakse, a journey of around two hours. Alternatively you can continue onwards to the Cambodian border at Veunkham.

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