Mr. Inthy Deuansavan is the champion behind the success story of Green Discovery Laos. An entrepreneur from a young age, Inthy – after graduating from university – co-founded in the year 2000 his first business, ‘Wildside’, a kayaking and rafting venture.
Born in a cave during the Lao revolution some 40 years ago, Inthy moved from the Huaphan Province and was raised in Vientiane. A natural hard worker, Inthy’s first job was selling cigarettes door to door as a young boy. Recognising Inthy’s potential, his father, a famous Lao novelist, spent his life savings ensuring Inthy received the best educational opportunities available.
After completing his studies at the University of Moscow, Inthy returned to Laos and undertook his first and still highly successful enterprise, the famous Vientiane restaurant Khop Chai Deu. Still keen to expand his knowledge and passion for innovation, Inthy founded what is now regarded as the leading eco-tourism and adventure travel specialist tour operator in Laos: Green Discovery Laos. More than just a businessman, Inthy has ensured all of his companies strictly abide by their social, cultural and environmental responsibility.
Not content with just offering customers water-based thrills, and fully aware of the urgency to protect the environment he was taking his clients into, Inthy begun his visionary journey into the world of ecotourism and extended year after year the services of Green Discovery to a wide range of activities.
By re-investing all these years into new products and locations, Green Discovery now operates in six provinces of Laos and has become the respected leader in adventure tours and eco-tourism. He also the founder of Khopchadeu Restaurant, Santara Restarant and Samba Xayoh that located in Vientiane, and invest in Three hotel Name INTHIRA which located in Champasack, Thakheak, and Vangvieng, open resort for climbers in Khammouane Province, Elephant conservation Center in Xaynhaboury province, Tree House project in National park in Champasack province, and just opened the food service company call Lao food Centre. The total companies are employed more than 600 local staffs in related locations