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100 Waterfalls

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100 Waterfalls

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The Grand Tribal Tour

A unique overland expedition to the “hill tribe land” that borders China, Vietnam and Laos. Despite political disputes and ever-changing borders in this region, a large number of local people have kept their ancient traditions, dialects and languages, colorful clothing, and unique ceremonies and practices. Join us on this thrilling expedition to some of Asia’s least traveled regions, and get an up-close encounter with this unique culture.
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Michael wrote a review Apr 2020
Miami, Florida512 contributions49 helpful votes
Had a lovely trek around this charming waterfalls. Lovely time swimming in it in hot summer with our friends . This is something off the beaten tracks in Laos
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Date of experience: December 2019
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ebonyh wrote a review Feb 2020
Singapore, Singapore67 contributions21 helpful votes
We shared the tour with a big group so the price came down to something more affordable. The tour was pretty cool - introducing us to villages lifestyle, local alcohol and and bringing us up along the trail safely. You definitely need a guide for this as it was not a clear indicated trail. I like the trail upwards to the waterfalls but i didn't think there is 100x water falls. It was slight disappointing cus' it was small dipping area and sharing with a big group. Nevertheless it was still a good day of hiking.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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CeciliaTe wrote a review Jan 2020
London, United Kingdom4 contributions4 helpful votes
We booked the 100 waterfalls day trip with Mr Mang's agency Nong Khiaw Adventure Tours. The landscape and tour were great and we totally recommend it, but it had a completely unethical component which undermined the whole experience: we were taken to a village nearby, we were shown the school while kids were in class. We were encouraged to interact with the kids. Fellow travellers filmed them and photographed them. We will never book anything with Mr Mang again. We were very glad we didn't book the mini van to depart from Nong Khiaw via the agency when we booked the tour. In Luang Prabang we found that people are rightly so campaigning against this. Go to the 100 waterfalls but Please don't book with this agency. We'd take it back if we could.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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rooddo wrote a review Jan 2020
Mandalay, Myanmar144 contributions38 helpful votes
Nice hike, expect to get wet as you hike up riverbed. Be sure that you get a local guide since it supports community based tourism.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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mjlothar wrote a review Dec 2019
Geneva, Switzerland176 contributions74 helpful votes
I took a one day tour with Tiger Trails who first surveyed this waterfall. We took an hour long bait ride arriving at a village where the trek starts. About 1 hour uphill on a dirt path by some rice patties then into the forest / jungle then up the face of the waterfall which sadly doesn’t have much water anymore - it didn’t rain this year. The trekking isn’t hard even though the mossy rocks can be slippery sometimes so take good shoes. There weren’t really any pools to swim in, only a small one at the end. Our guides English was almost non existent so I didn’t learn as much as I would have wanted to about the surrounding villages etc. We had a nice lunch at the top, took some photos of the nice views and a quick hike down then a visit to a cave before heading back to Nong kiaw. I’m still glad I did it especially because there aren’t that many hikes to do around there - villages homestays etc which are better done from Muang Ngoi upriver.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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