Boloven Plateau

This is according to me one of the best thing to do in the region according what I saw in the pictures and what I read.

First, I will have to rent a motorbike in Paksé. Otherwise, if I am not sure about myself I will use a tour agency.

But lets assume I will rent a bike:

I will do a big tour of the Bolovens plateau:

Pha Suam waterfalls:

I will start with these falls which seems very nice to see. There is a bridge where we can see it properly and it looks very nice too.

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It costs 5000 kips for the entrance plus an additional 2000 kips for the motorbike parking.

Tad Lo:

I will then have to move in the direction of Tad Lo. Normally, I should pass through some nice places such as the falls of Tat Suong where we can have a wonderful view as you can see on the picture below. There, it is possible to see some local communities which are living in the rural way.

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It is also good to see the falls of Tad Lang to end the day and sleep in the guest house Palamei which is apparently very good. It is located after a bridge which is after the Tad Lang waterfalls.

Paksong:

I will stop in Paksong and sleep there in the Borlaven guesthouse. Then, in the morning I will have a look at the traditional market if possible.

Afterwards, I will find the place where I can use the WIFI. Apparently, there is only 1 place hold by a European man who is also organizing a tour of his coffee plantations.

I will continue my way in the direction of Paksé and try to find 2 waterfalls where you have to pay 5000 kips for the entrance.  It is the case of the Tad Fane waterfall (Picture 1) which is apparently the highest one in Laos; and the Tad Yuang (Picture 2):

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It is common to have some lunch at the top of these falls as there are some natural swimming pools in the heart of the jungle.

Then I will come back to Paksé and give back the motorbike and go to see the 4000 islands.

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