Kayaking The area around Luang Prabang is blessed with nature. Mountains, rivers and the Lao life on the countryside can be discovered easily by raft or kayak. A day outside of town with a river tour makes a holiday even more remarkable. You may visit areas which would not be accessible for you by road,
Riding Elephants in the Jungle
Biking Biking Biking in Laos is a lifetime experience and a great opportunity to explore the country in a slow and sportive pace. We offer a diverse program which is made to fit all bikers from beginners to experts. We offer a selection of tours around Luang Prabang, our base and home town. But also
Caring / Bathing Elephants Learn how to ride an elephant on its neck like a mahout. Learn how to take care of an elephant, how to handle it, how to give it verbal and physical commands. Learn how to bathe your elephant with an opportunity to get close to it.
Boat trip to Pak Ou Cave Pak Ou Cave is located about 25 km from Luang Prabang. Visit to the Cave can be arranged in a half day tour. The cave is accessible by boat from Luang Prabang. The boat ride on the River exposes us to beautiful landscapes and local lifes. There are two levels. One cave entrance
Kuang Si Waterfall About 30km south of Luang Prabang, passing through many ethnic minority villages is the magnificent Kuang Si Waterfalls. There are trails all around the falls and visitors can swim in the lower pools. The falls has a covered area for eating and there are several stalls serving simple
Mount Phousi and Wat That Chom Si Mount Phousi and Wat That Chom Sii - situated 150m and 300 steps up above the peninsula with spectacular views of the city and surrounding countryside. The climb is tiring, but the views from the top are certainly worth it. From the top, you can see the old Royal Palace,
Wat Xieng Thong Wat Xieng Thong - is situated 300m south of the confluence of the Mekong and Khan rivers and was built in 1560. The temple is the most stunning in Luang Prabang, richly decorated with coloured glass and gold. Visit to this temple is included in City Tour 1 day or 1/2 day.
Morning alms giving ceremony While in Luang Prabang, if you manage to wake up as early as 6am, you will observe the morning alms giving ceremony where monks walk through town in single file carrying their alms bowls to give laypeople the opportunity to offer alms and gain merit. Offerings by the people