Vat Phou Boat

Vat Phou Boat


The Vat Phou Mekong cruise proposes a 3 day / 2 night cruise that starts and finishes in Pakse, Laos. This cruise on the southern part of the Mekong river in Laos visits the majestic UNESCO World Heritage Vat Phou ruins at Champassak, the mysterious Oum Muong ruins at Huei Thamo, the 4,000 Islands with its myriad of waterways, and the Pha Pheng waterfall on the Laos – Cambodia border.

Your cruise through this historically significant area of south-east Asia / French Indochine is on board our Vat Phou boat, a former teak wood ferry boat, and now fully restored as a luxurious cruising floating hotel.

The boat is appointed with everything for your comfort, safety and enjoyment.

We have 12 air conditioned cabins with private bathrooms, two large open shaded air decks, a bar, and a restaurant. Our boat staff and guide are always available to help you with any need you may have during your cruise on the Mekong.

The Mekong is the artery of life in Laos: a trading route, a source of food and water, and a social centre for the settlements along its route. Known locally as The Mother of Waters, the Mekong river has been venerated and worshipped for thousands of years.

We offer very comfortable Mekong cruises, a cultural journey and an opportunity to understand a bit more about life on this legendary river and in Laos.