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Cool temperatures, fertile soil, stunning waterfalls and coffee plantations blanketing its hills — this is the Bolaven Plateau. This higher altitude region of Southern Laos has long been used as a center of agriculture, starting with midland hill tribes who practiced rotational farming on the plateau. During the early twentieth century, French colonists began cultivating coffee, tea, fruit and cardamom in the area.

Well off the beaten path, the Bolaven Plateau attracts adventurous travelers with blissfully cool temperatures, stellar scenery (including Tat Fan, one of the most impressive waterfalls in the country), hill tribe villages and sense of isolation. Travelers can tour coffee plantations, swim at the base of waterfalls, zip line through the trees and learn about the region’s ethnic minorities in one of several villages welcoming to tourists.

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Boloven Plateau Full-Day Tour from Pakse

Boloven Plateau Full-Day Tour from Pakse

Discover the scenic natural wonders of the Bolaven Plateau during this private day trip from Pakse. Get the perfect photo op in front of several gorgeous cascades, including the Tad Lo, Tad Yuang and Tad Fane waterfalls. You’ll hear about coffee production on a visit to a coffee plantation and learn from your personal guide about the lifestyles of the hill tribe people of southern Laos. Travel round-trip by air-conditioned transport from your hotel and stop for lunch en route.
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  • 7 to 8 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$96.42
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Full Day Crossing the Bolaven Plateau

Full Day Crossing the Bolaven Plateau

The deep south of land-locked Laos is a pristine example of how the natural landscape has created the perfect soil for adventure-based travel. Added to the experience are its ethnic minorities, its collection of waterfalls, and its coffee culture. Elevated to up to 1350 metres above sea level, the Bolaven Plateau brings all these elements together with little western influences to dilute the authentic side of the northeast of Champasak. From early morning until late afternoon, innovative approaches on what’s in store for a deep dive in Laos’ southern examples for fair-trade coffee and tea, and high grade exploration.
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  • 7 hours
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$152.57
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Laos : From Pakse - Discover 2D1N Home Stay At Minority Village

Laos : From Pakse - Discover 2D1N Home Stay At Minority Village

Champasak is located in southern region of laos, there is many things to do and see when you visit this province. This case we start from pakse to Tad fane, Then go to Boloven plateau the place which famous about coffee product and good weather.then we will take home stay at Mr vieng home stay, next day we start from sightseeing around. then going to Tad lo, Tad phasuam and back to end at pakse.
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  • 2 days
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TreeTop Explorer 2 days

TreeTop Explorer 2 days

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The venue can only be reached by foot. No cars, no noise, no fumes! Main attraction is a system of zip-lines traversing steep gorges in touching distance to the waterfalls. A 'via ferrata' teases out the adventurous spirits of the visitor in a challenge to the limits of some. Take the chance having great fun in a simply stunning environment!
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  • 2 days
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COFFEE, CAVES & JUNGLE SPIRITS Bolaven 2 Days 1 Night

COFFEE, CAVES & JUNGLE SPIRITS Bolaven 2 Days 1 Night

The Bolaven Plateau is a vast highland rising east of Pakse to an altitude of 1000-1350 meters above sea level. Created by a gigantic extinct volcano, its cooler climate, abundant rainfall and fertile soil inspired the French colonialists in the early 20th century to introduce large scale cash crop farming like coffee, tea, rubber and tobacco to the local tribes, namely the Laven (Bo-Laven =Home of the Laven), Alak, Katu, Ta-oy and Suay. Numerous rivers cutting deep into the hard volcanic bedrock have created a wide variety of waterfalls, some of them easily accessible by road. Being famous for the production of world class coffee, it has recently become a sought after tourist destination with spectacular options. Our experienced drivers and guides are all registered and certified our contract partners for accommodation are all 3 star rated and well established.
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  • 2 days
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We recommend booking e-tickets ahead of time to secure your spot since Bolaven Plateau can get crowded. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund. See all 5 Bolaven Plateau tickets and tours on Viator.
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How much does it cost to visit Bolaven Plateau 2021?
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Currently, an entrance ticket to Bolaven Plateau costs USD 96.42. Guided Bolaven Plateau tours start around USD 96.42 per person. See all 5 Bolaven Plateau tickets and tours on Viator.
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