To all islanders, grab this extraordinary opportunity to visit the 4000 Islands of laos and spot the globally endangered Irrawaddy Dolphins!
This one day of sightseeing tour takes us to the 4000 Islands on the southern tip of Laos. Escape from the city hustle and unwind by walking/cycling around the island, visit the old French bridge at Don Det, the Somphamit gorge of Don Kone and the amazing Khonephapheng waterfall. Witness the local fishermen work their magic at the Mekong river and more importantly do not miss the highlight of the trip : spotting the rare and globally endangered Irrawaddy Dolphins!
Pakse > Don Det > Waterfalls & Irrawady Dolphins > Pakse
Starts 8.00am Ends 6.00pm - Depart from Pakse to Nakasang village, then take a boat to Don Det island - Walk or cycle around the island : visit the old bridge and river embankment, both built during the colonial French period. Enjoy watching local fishermen work their magic on the Mekong river! - Visit the thundering Somphamit waterfall : take in the stunning view and cool breeze the waterfall offers - Enjoy a Lao-style lunch at a local restaurant nearby. - Go by boat to see one of the world's rarest mammal species, the Irrawaddy Dolphins! - Boat ride to the town of Veun Kham for the transfer to the amazing and largest waterfall in Southeast Asia, Khonephapheng : this magnificent waterfall is something you do not want to miss! - Return to Pakse or you may drop off at the Lao/Cambodian border checkpoint. Approximately: 6 hours sightseeing and transfer, 1 hour boating
It is located beside Avis Budget Pakse