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ECC 2020-21 Program & Rates
The award-winning Elephant Conservation Center (ECC) in Sayabouly, Laos, has published its 2020-2021 tour programs and rates for its four itineraries lasting between two and seven days. Packages include the two-day “Discovery”, three-day “Exploration”, four-day “Immersion”, and seven-day “Eco-Volunteering”. Visitors can choose between bungalows with communal facilities and the Family Lodge, while the dormitory is open for volunteers.
PDF icon ECC 2020-21 Program & Rates 2020 ECC English
Luang Prabang Deaf & Mute Community Handicraft Catalogue
Help the Luang Prabang Deaf Mute Community help themselves, and stop by their shop for handicrafts you can use. You’ll find handmade bamboo straws, schoolgirl pillows that match their uniforms, laptop bags, pearl bags, coin purses, and cooking aprons with front pockets. Check out the rice field and Sunday scarves and ceremonial wraps along with an elephant-design table cloth and red-and-white “chili” table cloths. Prices may change.
PDF icon Luang Prabang Deaf & Mute Community Handicraft Catalogue 2019 Luang Prabang Deaf Mute Community English
Ecotourism in the Nam Et–Phou Louey National Protected Area
The Nam Et–Phou Louey National Protected Area (NPA) crosses Houaphan, Luang Prabang, and Xieng Khouang Provinces is home to the award-winning Nam Nern Night Safari and The Nests trekking are the two top eco-adventures. The NPA is the second largest protected area in Laos and has the greatest wildlife biodiversity in the country. The terrain is mountainous with altitude ranging between 336 and 2257 metres above sea level. The highest point is the peak of Phou Louey (Forever Mountain) and the lowest the Nam Et river valley. The NEPL NPA contains large areas of intact primary forests, and supports an outstanding diversity of carnivores including the last wild tigers of Laos and five other cat species such as leopard, clouded leopard, golden cat, marbled cat, and leopard cat. Prices are subject to change.
PDF icon Ecotourism in the Nam Et–Phou Louey National Protected Area 2018-2019 Wildlife Conservation Society Laos English
Organic & Permaculture Experiences around Luang Prabang
Luang Prabang has made farming fun by adding activities to its fields of fruit, vegetables, herbs, and even buffaloes. A dozen farms around the UNESCO city offer organic and permaculture experiences, and that means more than watching plants grow and then cooking and eating them, though often that’s the main course. You’ll find farm tours and stays, agro-tourism, botanical gardens, camping and bungalows, adventure activities like zip lining and hiking and easier challenges for the kids. Cooking classes, handicraft workshops and a Grow-Their-Own Hotel with a top chef…jump in.
PDF icon Organic & Permaculture Experiences around Luang Prabang 2019 We Are Lao English
Luang Prabang E-Bus Map
Travel around Luang Prabang City on an e-Bus. The electric vehicles run several routes around the UNESCO World Heritage site while keeping the air clean.
PDF icon Luang Prabang E-Bus Map 2019 Luang Prabang Tourism Department English
NamKhan Project & Farm to Table Tour
Join the NamKhan Project and Farm to Table Tour. You will cross several gardens, discover our greenhouse production, and get the chance to be in touch with our farm animals for a true and unique experience. We finish the tour by tasting one of our delicious and natural homemade products. Once your taste buds awaken, you will participate in a practical activity before lunch. You are then free to relax in our bamboo huts by the river or in our private gardens. Our tour is a 100% family friendly, and we welcome children of all ages to discover what nature and its wonders have to teach and give.
PDF icon NamKhan Project & Farm to Table Tour 2019 NamKhan Project English
Luang Namtha Valley Route Bike Map
Follow the Luang Namtha Valley Route to eight main ethnic villages and five cultural and religious sites, where you will discover aspects of daily life and culture and take in the scenic beauty of the Valley. The route is an excellent half day self-guided trip. The entire route takes 2-4 hours (approximately 35km), depending on how long you spend in each village and the trails you take.
PDF icon Luang Namtha Valley Route Bike Map 2019 Luang Namtha Tourism Department English
Southern Laos Tourism Booklet
This booklet is your guide to a fantastic travel experience beyond the ordinary. Your participation in any of the remarkable initiatives, attractions and activities will not only provide you with a unique experience, but also directly help to improve the livelihoods of the local communities.
PDF icon Southern Laos Tourism Booklet 2016-2019 Swisscontact English
Le Grand Pakbeng Full Day & Half Day Tours
Take the time to leisurely enjoy the enchanting daytime tours in Pakbeng and surrounding areas. Amazing exclusive excursions that has been crafted to ensure your unrivaled experience. A fantastic chance to see the world through the eyes of the locals who use traditional methods for day to day living, rarely seen by the outside world. Prices are subject to change.
PDF icon Le Grand Pakbeng Tour Brochure 2019 Le Grand Pakbeng English
The Thakhek Loop
The Loop is a 450km journey with over 30 scenic sites in central Laos. You can take several days to travel around it all, or explore a part of it now, and come back another time to discover more. Motorcycle through limestone karst landscapes…Follow an underground river through the Konglor Cave…Take a ‘bomb boat’ upstream… Sip a Beer Lao lakeside at sunset…Take a jungle trek to a stunning waterfall…Refresh in jade green waters…And along the way, meet the people who live here. Hear their stories, taste their foods, enjoy their festivals – and smile inwardly, knowing your presence and donations uplift the local communities you pass through.
PDF icon The Thakhek Loop 2018 Dominique le Roux/Moonshine Media English

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