This tour takes you on a great 30 km bike ride outside of Luang Prabang on paved road to Kuang Si Waterfall, the most beautiful waterfall in the area surrounded with lush jungle. You can swim, visit an Asiatic Bear Sanctuary, and explore the local jungle. After the great ride and a refreshing swim, we’ll enjoy a cruise on a long boat up the mighty Mekong River return to Luang Prabang.
Get picked up from your hotel and enjoy the quick ride to your starting point, where you can get fitted with a comfortable helmet and have your bike adjusted before coasting off into the city. Start your day at Wat Sisaket, whose age-old edifice and thousands of Buddha statues barely survived the Siamese War of 1828. Nearby, listen to your guide share stories about the significance of the Ho Prakeo temple, and then continue on to Pha That Luang.Draped in gold, Pha That Luang has beckoned faithful followers to its sacred grounds since the 3rd century. Spend some time exploring Lao architectural features and find out how many times the stupa has been reconstructed as you chat with your private guide.Tuck into a lunch at a locally loved restaurant, where you can enjoy a variety of Laotian specialties, catch a dye-making demonstration at a textile gallery, and then swing through one of the city's parks before you cruise back to your starting point and end you 2-wheeled adventure.
This half day cycling guided tour takes you to the main attractions in Vientiane, the city of the fullmoon - an ancient city, situated on the bend on the left bank of the Mekong that is the largest city and the capital of Laos.
Easy cycling to visit the different of ethnic minorities around Luang Namtha valley, to see and participate bamboo paper making, nature dyeing, traditional weaving, learning how to process Laos Whisky, blacksmith, bamboo basket making and visit both of the Stupas “Phoum Pouk & Luang Namtha”.Start-Finish: Luang Namtha town.Duration: Full day “35 Km”. Approx. 4-5 hours.Departure: 9:00 AM daily.Difficulty: Easy biking on the flat road and some dirt road and small foot paths.
This is an enjoyable trip through rural parts of Laos rarely seen by tourists. Passing through many hill tribe villages. Stretch this out to a full day by spending an extra night at Le Grand Pakbeng and a side cultural trip to local villages,
Ban Houy Sengkham Village - This rural village hosts a primary school. Here you will have the opportunity to observe their traditional lifestyle. As simple rustic village that is constantly building and growing, some signs of modern buildings are appearing here, however the old traditions are kept.
Experience the life of minorities groups in Muang Sing valley such as: Lolo, Tai Dam, Tai Nuea, Hmong, Akha, Yao, Tai Lue… Participate in the production of weaving, Lao Rice whiskey and Noodle soup. Great views temples and That Xieng Tung Stupa.Start-Finish: Muang Sing TownDuration: Full dayDeparture: 9:00 AM dailyDifficulty: Easy biking on flat roads, on some dirt roads and small foot paths
Experience traditional life along the Mekong River on this full-day tour from Luang Prabang. Cycle to the riverside villages of Ban XiengLek and Ban Xiang Hai on a bike tour, explore Pak Ou Caves on a longtail boat, then set sail for a boat cruise along the Mekong. Hotel pickup and lunch is included.
Visit the impressive thousand year’s tree forest, some trees could be dated around 2000 years old. This forest is not officially protected, however the primary forest still remains untouched with its very own beautiful nature and abundance wildlife.
Cycle leisurely through Savannakhet and into its outer-lying villages. Enjoy fresh country air, beautiful rice paddies Guided stops for Lunch at scenic Bung Va Lakethe, at famous Ing Hang Stupa, Dong Natad National Protected Forest.
Destinations: Ban Houy Sengkham, Ban Souksai , Ban Lai & Ban Kham Morning: Drive from Le Grand Pakbeng 2 km to Ban Houy Sengkham village. Walk and look around the village to see how they live, with a visit to the kindergarten to chat with school children.
Visit this spectacular waterfall of Tad Talae. Surrounded in natural beauty. Wildlife and birds freely explore the lush forests. The Kamu village nearby is very interested in see, we have set our own picnic lunch by the waterfall. We recommend to visit this beautiful resort during July – March. This journey will take around 35KM with unpaid road
Feel like exploring the most unusual caves in the area and mountain biking across rice fields and wading through rivers amidst mountainous limestone scenery. The villages passed on the way are over- towered by up to 1400 m high karst peaks.
An exclusive one day excursion day trip visiting many fascinating local villages, seeing heritage preservation culture and the local’s daily way of life. Along the way you will drop off and speak to friendly villagers, spending time in various ethnic group villages. If you love to cycle in rural areas and interact with local people, you can always request as a bicycle. The trip is easy going, takes only a half day or full day. The trip is designed to include special places that are rarely seen by western tourists.
Watch and help the hard working farmers going about their daily life of the rice farming and blacksmith making. Visit the buffalo farm, see how they use their traits in ancient farming whilst witnessing the beautiful landscape
Soak up the scenery and experience life in rural Laos on this full-day cycling tour from Luang Prabang. Pedal along the Nam Khan River and visit local villages; admire landmarks such as Wat Pa Phon Phao temple and Tad Sae waterfall; and enjoy a delicious Lao-style lunch.
Traditional bamboo houses are built on stilts above the ground. People live on the first floor of houses raised on timber stilts. Under the house the family keep animals, craft equipment such as a loom and simple food processing machines like large wooden mortars and pestles, a tradition dating back many years.
The show itself is a fun hybrid of culture, modernity and antiquity–the models parade around in traditional costumes to modern, fun music. All of the models are students, and despite the fact that their shifts are only a few hours
Pedal through a landscape of traditional villages, winding rivers, and rice fields on a full-day bike tour from Luang Prabang. You’ll ride roughly 31 miles (50 km.) both on- and off-road, then visit Wat Pa Phon Phao, a Buddhist temple with sweeping views across Luang Prabang. Follow a route that traces the Mekong, Nam Xuang, and Nam Khan Rivers, with an experienced cycling guide riding alongside. This bike tour includes a rental mountain bike, lunch, and entrance fees, as well as pickup and drop-off at Luang Prabang hotels.
This tour around Luang Prabang combines mountain biking with an easygoing kayaking trip. It brings exactly the right refreshment into your tropical day in Luang Prabang and takes you to some of the best sites, including golden temples overlooking the city and Henri Mouhot’s grave. After a biking tour through the Nam Khan valley and diverse village visits we take a break on the banks of the Nam Khan River. After lunch we take a refreshing plunge at Tad Sae Waterfall then we get our kayaks to paddle downriver on the Nam Khan back to Luang Prabang.
With turquoise-colored pools and walking trails, visiting Kuang Si Falls is a Luang Prabang highlight, but adding a bike tour and sailboat cruise turns the popular excursion into a full-day adventure. You’ll ride quiet roads with few cars, see local communities, enjoy free time to enjoy the waterfalls, then return to Luang Prabang by sailing the beautiful Mekong River.
Discover parts of the city that are inaccessible by coach or car during a bike tour of Luang Prabang. Exploring by bike allows you to skip the stress of parking and get a more intimate glimpse into Luang Prabang, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Plus, the short duration of this half-day tour makes it the ideal choice for visitors on a time budget.
Although Luang Prabang is one of the larger cities in Laos, the area just outside of the city is largely rural, and villages still farm and create artisanal products in much the same way that they have for centuries. Learn about modern village life on this bike tour from Luang Prabang, covering roughly 21.5 miles (35 kilometers) at a comfortable pace with plenty of stops to explore.