A full day cycling to minorities' villages around Luang Prabang: Ban Xieng Man, Ban Na Kham, Ban Houay Tan (Khmu village), Ban Chan Neua and Ban Chan Tai – a perfect way to get closer to ethnic cultures of Laos and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere.
• Ban Xieng Man village, Ban Na Kham known for growing sugarcane and cooking sticky rice in bamboo stick• Ban Houay Tan (Khmu village) which has 500-year-old mango tree• Ban Chan Neua and Ban Chan Tai, a jar making village
• Cycling down hill through beautiful ethnic minorities villages• Visit a jar making village
[Day 1] Mekong River CyclingMeals: lunch | Accommodation: N/A
We first cycle down hill to the boat docking station. We get on a local boat crossing the Mekong River to reach Ban Xieng Man village. We then cycle to Ban Na Kham village which is known for growing sugarcane and cooking sticky rice in bamboo stick. There is time to have a look around and maybe sample this snack. We continue to Ban Houay Tan, a Khmu village. Enjoy picnic lunch with your guide along the way.
After lunch, we walk over to a spot something that defies youth. Believe it or not, it is a superannuated and aged mango tree that is over 500 years old! After feeling young again, we wheel to visit Ban Chan Neua and Ban Chan Tai, a jar making village. Then embark on your boat back to Luang Prabang. Shuttle back to your hotel. Trip ends.
PRICE PER PERSON
Solo: 225For 2 participants: $136Single supplement: N/A
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• Boat trip as specified• Travel in an appropriate air-conditioned vehicle with an experienced driver• Lunch as indicated• English-speaking guide• Imported mountain bikes• All entrance fees• Government fund and all taxes• Water and cold towel on sightseeing tour.
• International flight tickets and airport tax• Visas• Accommodation with breakfast• Beverages, guide gratuities and personal expenses.• Camera fees (if any)• Surcharge in peak season (Christmas & New Year)• Personal Insurance
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