The caves are the main reason for visiting Hua Phan Province.
The only way to visit the seven caves in Vieng Xai is by booking tours. Contact us to get more information
Tour Duration: 3 hours.
Timings: Twice a Day 9 AM and 1 PM
Entry Fee: 60,000 LAK per person (Foreign Tourists)
Trips can be taken during other times with a guide for an additional 50,000 LAK for a group. An audio guide consisting of 18 chapters is your best guide, which has excellent details about every part of the caves. You get it along with your entry tickets and is available in English, French and Laos. Make sure the audio guide works by testing it before you start the tour.
You need a motorbike, bike or a taxi to explore all of the seven caves as they are located far away from each other. It is not possible to walk and cover all the caves, so it is recommended to opt for any mode of transport. Bicycles are the cheapest at 15,000 LAK per person.
A full tour of the caves covers Kaysone Phomvihane cave home to the former meeting room of the communist officers, Nouhak Phoumsavan cave, Phoumi Vongvichid and Khamtay Siphandone sites. The most notable is Xanglot cave site, the largest natural cave complex, which houses a giant theatre which is still used today for political assemblies and Souphannouvong cave, which consists of a garden, houses and schools.
Vieng Xai is a truly remarkable part of the country and makes a compelling case to journey to this remote frontier.