A bicycle tour through natural wonders and colonial landmarks.
A bicycle tour through natural wonders and colonial landmarks.
A bicycle tour through natural wonders and colonial landmarks.
A bicycle tour through natural wonders and colonial landmarks.

WELCOME TO laos

Cycling to visit the beautiful temple.
Khiri expertly guides you through this still seldom visited and exotic land, with signature...
Cycling to visit the beautiful temple.
Khiri expertly guides you through this still seldom visited and exotic land, with signature...
Cycling to visit the beautiful temple.
Khiri expertly guides you through this still seldom visited and exotic land, with signature...

WHY TRAVEL WITH KHIRI laos?

Stefan Scheerer

General Manager

Welcome to Laos!

When I first came to Asia as a high school exchange student at the age of 17, I spent a year in Northeast Thailand, also known as Isaan.

This was the first step toward my love for the region, and since then my thirst for exploring rural villages, dense forests, hidden beaches, steep mountains and urbans jungles has not come anywhere near to an end – nor has my hunger for spicy food and the accompanying local drinks and friendly people!

After studying and working in Thailand, Nepal, The Netherlands, India, and Myanmar – my new home became Laos.

This small mountainous country, rightly seen as a sleeping beauty, has always had a special place in my heart. During my first trip to Laos, I explored the roads from Vientiane over Vang Vieng to the UNESCO heritage town of Luang Prabang by motorbike – one of the most scenic roads I have ever been on.

Stopping for some snacks on the road side, having a chat with the locals over one or more Beer Lao and learning about the diverse mountain minorities (160 ethnic groups, speaking 82 distinct languages) has set my curiosity to see more.

What Khiri has done in laos

In 1353 a prince founded the Kingdom of Lan Xang—‘The Kingdom of a Million Elephants.’ The wild landscape of Laos still echoes the romance of the country’s original name. Laos is the only landlocked country in Southeast Asia, with nearly three-quarters of its landmass covered in mountains and forested hills. National parks comprise 13% of the country, and Laos’ unofficial reputation is that of the being most laid back country in Southeast Asia. ut Laos is hardly parched for water. The Mekong River winds through the country for 4,180 kilometres before reaching Cambodia and, finally, the Vietnamese Delta. Khiri takes you along a tributary of the Mekong, the Nam Khan River, by bamboo raft to explore waterfalls outside of the picturesque town of Luang Prabang, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Laos Office

No. 130, Unit 8, Saphangmor Village Xaysethat District Vientiane Capital, Lao PDR

T +856 (0) 21 453 840
F +856 (0) 21 453 833
Emergencies +856 20 5552 6840 (after hours only)

Branch Offices
Luang Prabang, Pakse

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