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A Guide to Trekking in Laos

 
  • 01Ban Nalan Trek

    Image Credit : Basil & Tracy Brooks
    The Ban Nalan trail is a two day trekking background. In consistence with commonplace laws, trekking in Luang Namtha Province may just be embraced with a guaranteed guide. The trekking can be masterminded at the Luang Nam Tha Tourist office, at N21 00.180 E101 24.592. Costs rely on upon the measure of individuals on the trek. On your trek you will be driven by ensured guides. Prepared as a component of the Nam Ha Ecotourism Project, these men and ladies are local people, with information of and admiration for the common and social elements of the Luang Namtha region and the Nam Ha National Protected Area.

    Image Credits : Basil & Tracy Brooks




    Highlights – Ban Nalan is embedded in community-based tourism (CBT) lore. Early in the millennium, a New Zealand-funded UNESCO team guided a handful of trekkers along a trail to the village

    Location – Asian Highway 3, Laos
  • 02Piang Ngam Trek

    Image Credit :  Prince Roy
    Head off on a simple day-trek that stops at intersting ethnic towns, and watch their lifestyle and fluctuated customary practices. Overnight stays in Piang Ngam are accessible Trek through rice fields of Luang Namtha and into the forested foothills past amid a sensibly tender day's walk. The trail goes through the towns of Ban Don Kone, Ban Nam Hoi, Ban Piang Ngam and Ban Nam Ngean.

    Image Credits : Mais où est Davy



     Find out about the ways of life of these distinctive groups, and watch conventional agrarian practices, group woodland use, sericulture and silk weaving and in addition the refining of Lao (rice bourbon). Appreciate an ordinary nearby lunch with villagers in Ban Piang Ngam. The trek closes with a visit to Ban Nam Ngean and the remaining parts of That Poum Pouk stupa before trekkers are met by a tuk-tuk and come back to Luang Namtha.

    Location – laos
  • 03Piang Ngam Trek

    Image Credit :  Prince Roy
    Head off on a simple day-trek that stops at intersting ethnic towns, and watch their lifestyle and fluctuated customary practices. Overnight stays in Piang Ngam are accessible Trek through rice fields of Luang Namtha and into the forested foothills past amid a sensibly tender day's walk. The trail goes through the towns of Ban Don Kone, Ban Nam Hoi, Ban Piang Ngam and Ban Nam Ngean.

    Image Credits : Mais où est Davy



     Find out about the ways of life of these distinctive groups, and watch conventional agrarian practices, group woodland use, sericulture and silk weaving and in addition the refining of Lao (rice bourbon). Appreciate an ordinary nearby lunch with villagers in Ban Piang Ngam. The trek closes with a visit to Ban Nam Ngean and the remaining parts of That Poum Pouk stupa before trekkers are met by a tuk-tuk and come back to Luang Namtha.

    Location – laos
  • 04Kwang Si Waterfall Walk (Long Lao Trek)

    Image Credit : Madeleine_H
    Take this awesome 4-to 5-hour elective strolling course to Kwang Si Waterfall, and trek to Hmong and Khamu towns, green woodlands and peaks before landing at the falls. Town aides are accessible to improve the experience by explaing the characteristic and social destinations along the way. Withdraw Luang Prabang in mid-morning for a 30-minute drive to Ban Nong Heo, a Khamu town where the town guide joins the gathering to lead the trek. Climb through group timberlands and cultivating fields for 1.5 hours to Ban Long Lao, a Hmong town, to rest and appreciate a family-style Lao lunch arranged by the villagers. Drop from the slopes to a characteristic spring for a brief rest and evening swim.

    Image Credits : David McKelvey



    Highlights – Family style Lao meal. Typical meal includes chicken, soup, sticky rice, vegetables and chili. Vegetarian food is available upon request.

    Location – Luang Prabang
  • 05Khamu & Lahu Trek (Nam Pa Man)

    Image Credit : Kousto
    Meander the trails around Vieng Phoukha with a nearby guide and find out about the plants and natural life in the backwoods on this 2-day trek with an overnight stay in a Lahu lodge. Leave the Eco-Guide Service Office at 8:30 by get or tuk for Ban Pa Daeng, a customary town of the Khmu Yuan and Khmu Kwaen, where the principal town based aide joins the gathering. While crossing a holy timberland, the aides clarify the restorative plants and other conventional employments of the backwoods and point out wild creature tracks. Touch base at a goliath strangler fig tree for a break before proceeding with the trip to a limestone bluff for a Lao-style excursion lunch.


    Image Credits : Kousto



    Highlights – Local meals prepared by villagers, water, local guide from town, village guide, accommodation, forest conservation permit, transport, and local taxes

    Location – Khmu Yuan