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Cycling to Shaman Village and Kuang Si Waterfall, 2 days

CODE: LAO-02-C2 DURATION: 2 Days / 1 Night
TRIP ROUTE: Luang Prabang
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Tour Itinerary

Day 1 Luang Prabang - Local Village (Laos)

Lunch: Meals incl. in itinerary (Laos) Dinner: Meals incl. in itinerary (Laos)

Hmong Hill TribeStarting at 9.00 am pick up at your hotel. Transfer to All Lao Travel Service office by minivan. Start biking on the city road about 40 minutes, arrive at the electricity factory, which is inhabited by the Hmong hill tribe then continue biking on an exciting curving road, surrounded by steep mountain and terraced rice field. On the way, visit Na "Deuy" waterfall where you can cool off with a refreshing swim in the turquoise pools or walk around the forest trail in order to observe the view and vegetable plantation. Afterward, continue to cycling to Nam Dong where you can see the beautiful mountains and nature surrounded. Enjoy lunch.

In the after noon, after a rest on the Nam Dong, start 2-3 hours moderate and adventure cycling up to the escarpment through the pineapple plantation and visit Pa Nor village, where is inhabited by the Khamu minority, where pigs, dogs, chickens and ducks are scuffling around freely among the wooden house and the children look curiously at these strange people. Our guide prepares your dinner, and we speep in the village or your first night on the floor in the local house.

Overnight in Local Village (Laos).

Day 2 Local Village (Laos)

Breakfast: Hotel / Lunch: Meals incl. in itinerary (Laos)

Kuang Si WaterfallAfter breakfast, the trek starts with a visit of the Khamu village of the Ban long Lao close by the Hmong village. Observe the life style of these two very culturally different minorities group. Despite these differences the villagers work together and share the same school. From this rural setting, we hike passing fields and vegetable gardens before reaching the forest mountains and some steep parts. We will explore a cave on the way which during the Second Indochina War, served as a bomb shelter for the villagers living in this valley. Three more hours of trekking brings you to the crystal clear water of the one of the springs that feeds Kuang Si Waterfall. A Lao style lunch is served in this lush setting.

The afternoon is spent bathing and relaxing by the turquoise pools below. Make sure you also visit the family of sun-bears at the Bear Rescue Center near the entrance gate to Kuang Si. There is a path just off to the right from the main road near the entrance. Before you return to Luang Prabang, take a walk to Na Oun, a 'Hmong' village, for a short visit amidst the teak plantations.


Category Price / Person (Min. 2 person)  1 Single Traveler only
Standard 144 -


  • Rates valid until further notice
  • Rates are quoted in U.S. DOLLARS
  • Compulsory gala dinners and peak season surcharges by hotels during the public holidays of Christmas and New Year - these surcharges will be confirmed at the time of booking.

Include :

  • Hotel accommodation (twin-sharing) in Local Village - Homestay/Tent
  • 1 Breakfast, 2 Lunches & 1 Dinner
  • Tours and excursions as described
  • English speaking guide
  • All Entrance Fees
  • Pick up and send back to hotel in Luang Prabang


  • Personal Expense
  • International Airfare to/from Laos
  • Laos visa fee (Visitors can obtain visa upon arrival at US$ 30-45 with 2 photos)
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Fast Fact at Laos

  • The People's Democratic Republic of Lao is located in the centre of Indochina, sharing borders with China to the north, Myanmar to the north-west, Thailand to the west, Cambodia to the south, and Vietnam to the east.
  • Laos enjoys a tropical climate with two distinct seasons - the rainy season from the beginning of May to the end of September and dry season from October through to April.
  • Lao language is the national language. Other languages used are French, English, Chinese, Thai and Vietnamese.
  • The Kip is the official currency of Laos.
  • The majority of Lao people are Buddhists.
  • When entering a Wat (Temple) or a private home it is customary to remove one's shoes.
  • In traditional homes one sits on low seats or cushions on the floor. Upon entering guests may be served fruit or tea. These gestures of hospitality should not be refused.
  • The head is considered the most sacred part of the body and the soles of the feet the least, one should not touch a person's head nor use one's foot to point at a person or any object.
  • Men and women rarely show affection in public.
  • Women are forbidden to touch a Buddhist monk.


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