Explore the culture and history of Luang Prabang, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, on this private half day tour. Luang Prabang, the former royal capital, is situated on the Mekong River and surrounded by beautiful green mountains. The town itself is picturesque and offers a wonderful mix of ancient temples and French-Indochinese architecture. This tour’s destinations include the main highlights of Luang Prabang center-town such as Buddhist temples, Royal Palace museum, local market. It is simply the must do Luang Prabang tour for any first time visitors to the country. ※Choosing option 5:30 start, you have a fantastic opportunity to witness the captivating centuries old daily tradition of the alms giving ceremony and visit local morning market.
Relax and enjoy the magnificent natural surroundings of Kuang Si Waterfalls. The water tumbles down and cascades gently into several cool, clear pools where you can enjoy a refreshing swim. The adventurous may walk to the top of the falls via a steep track where stunning views are awaiting them. Kuang Si Waterfalls also is a place where a rescue center for protecting sunbears, the endangered species, is located.After pickup from your accommodation, we depart from the city and drive about 45 minutes to get to the waterfalls. We'll stay 2-2.5 hours in the falls and then return to the city center. This package includes only transferring service to the waterfalls. Not include entrance fee and tour guide.Private transfer service can depart / return at your convenient time and be short stop at extra destinations on the way according to your request (Local Hmong / Khmu villages, Buffalo farm, Butterfly Park etc.. )
Experience a profound Buddhist tradition by joining the morning almsgiving in Luang Prabang, offing food to a procession of monks. You’ll rise early for the walk downtown with a local guide for the ceremony, fill the monks’ alms bowls with sticky rice and food for the day, then receive a Buddhist blessing in return, or simply enjoy the chance to observe. This 1.5-hour almsgiving experience in Luang Prabang includes pickup and drop-off at your hotel, and the chance to visit a bustling early morning market.
Mix natural beauty with cultural discovery on this guided mountain bike trip to the Pak Ou Caves. Learn about mulberry paper and weaving at two craft villages, sample “lao lao” whiskey at Whisky Village (Ban Xang Hai), then savor lunch at Pak Ou. After viewing the thousands of Buddhas in the caves, ride a longtail boat back to Luang Prabang. Upgrade for a private tour with door-to-door round-trip transfers.
Trek to Kuang Si Waterfall on a full-day excursion from Luang Prabang that’s the perfect way to immerse yourself in Laos’ rural scenery and culture. Meet Khamu and Hmong people in Long Lao village, then follow a 5.5-mile (9 km.) trail through orchards, rice paddies, and gardens on your way into the mountains. Cool off in freshwater pools at Kuang Si Waterfall and visit the Hmong Museum before returning to Luang Prabang. This full-day tour includes lunch, entrance fees, and round-trip transport from Luang Prabang hotels.
Explore Luang Prabang's UNESCO World Heritage–listed architecture on this 3-hour private tour. With a guide, you'll learn about the city's architectural history as you see a variety of structures, from traditional bamboo houses to French colonial buildings. Hotel pickup and drop-off included.
• Visit Buffalo dairy farm and milk a buffalo by yourself • Enjoy a day away from the hustle and bustle of the city • Visit Kuangsifalls –one of the most attractive destination in Laos • Enjoy ice cream and cakes from buffalo milk of Laos
Less than an hour from Luang Prabang, the Kuang Si Waterfalls are a stunning sight, with cascading falls surrounded by lush jungle. This tour takes the scenic route from Luang Prabang with a cruise along the Mekong River, followed by a short tuk-tuk ride to reach the falls. Cool off with a swim beneath the falls, visit the Kuang Si Bear Rescue Centre, and enjoy a picnic lunch by the waterfront, before returning to the city by boat.
Tad Sae Waterfall may not be the biggest waterfall in Luang Prabang, but it's still a spectacular natural wonder to most customer. Cascades of water streaming down from above. Even though it's not that easy to go there, cos you have to take a small boat or today we do kayaking, in order to reach there. at the falls we will have great chance to do zip-line thru the jungle and waterfalls.
*Learn to cook your own traditional picnic lunch*Drive off-road to Hmong village where your guide will explain about Hmong culture*Trek in the dense forest through Kuang si falls*Enjoy your own cooked-picnic lunch near the falls*Swim in the pool at the falls
Today you will start off the day with a round of golf at the hidden gem that is Luang Prabang Golf Club, the only golf course at the banks of mystic Mekong River. Your breakfast at Hotel, take a 10-15 minutes transfer to the Luang Prabang Golf Club and enjoy your 18- hole in the morning. After your game, take a trip over to the KhuangSi Waterfalls where the deep blue pools of water will mesmerize you. We then return to Luang Prabang in the late evening!
Luangprabang has many kind of ethnic and color full by traditional, culture and livelihood. This case we provide who want to save the new trip and new experience to see life ethnic in lao and natural. special is Sane oudom village, let to Prepare your fell to meet new experience at here, you will meet the people whos living in the world but different traditional, different culture and livelihood, beautiful and amazing of natural. I would like to invite you visit by yourself then you will say "it is amazing"
Saysathan District is a new District, It is one of the Location that still preserve the great environment weather with Plenty beautiful mountains and the Nature of Prai Ethnic Minority life in the Northern Laos. This area is cool weather for the whole year, and it also untouched area for tourists. The government Established this district in 2009 to focus on improving Prai Ethnic Minority group life in this area and the aims the developing this area as the others.Saysathan is also home to the Prai ethnic minority group, one of the few areas that they live. You will be able to observe the simple and peaceful way that they live in these highlands. you will have the chance to test a 1000 year old traditional fermented tea. The tea has been called tea chewing gum and is eaten with lime juice and salt. The tea is hand made by the Prai people and you will see how they make it. The tea grown on the hillsides of the valley is the main income for the Prai people.
Beyond the beautiful surface of Luang Prabang, Laos remains a poor and troubled nation. Support a social enterprise that’s helping malnourished children when you visit the Laos Buffalo Dairy on this door-to-door guided tour. Learn about the organization’s work as you feed pigs and chickens, milk a buffalo, taste buffalo ice cream, and enjoy a delicious lunch. Spend the afternoon unwinding at scenic Kuang Si Falls.