Visit Kong Lor Cave – Easily the most exciting attraction in Laos

  • TalesOfABackpacker

    I still get freaked out by caves but I just went to one in Belize & definitely enjoyed it more than last time! I’ll add this to my list for Laos though πŸ˜€

  • Sheena Leong

    I love caves but haven’t heard of this one – I like that you can go out there on your own, you don’t need a tour right?

    • No, you have to use the tour. But I don’t think you also wouldn’t want to be there by yourself πŸ™‚

  • Glimpses of The World

    You made me laugh with that “Laos time”. πŸ˜€ So amazing that parts of the world have “their” time. I remember when they told me to be at the meeting point at 8am, “Cuban time”. It turned out to be nine and a half! πŸ˜€
    Love the cave, by the way. What a great day you’ve had, so worth it! πŸ™‚

  • 33andfree

    What a great write up. This looks like quite the adventure. Caves are fun to explore and I like how different this one seems to be.

  • Christine Krzyszton

    Caves are great for exploring but this on looks unique. Enjoyed reading about your experience there; you described it well. I’ll bet the dark part was a little scary but those colors made for awesome shots. Nice post.

    • Paul Vogel

      Thanks for the Great write up.. Paul and Karen Vogel, in Phnom Penh… may take your advice and try this out before the end of 2017. Looks great.

      • πŸ™‚ thank you. We strongly advise you to do it! This was one of our favorite activities in South East Asia! Not only the caves, but the whole process of getting there, staying in the village and then going to Pakse…