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This one day tour combines all the activities that Vang Vieng is famous for: kayaking on the Nam Song River surrounded by rugged karsts and beautiful rural scenery and exploring limestone caves. Your will have plenty of opportunities to swim in pools of fresh spring water.
This one day of trekking and caving take us across the 1500 m high ridge of Vang Vieng to remote places that even locals do not know much about. The beauty of the Limestone Mountains must be seen to be believed.
On arrival at Luang Prabang International Airport, you will be met our Driver waiting you at the airport building holding a welcome board with your name and we then transferred to your centrally located hotel with private minivan.
Luang Prabang is a beautiful city located in tranquil dream-like setting with a fusion of foreign influences and splendid scenery, making this an idyllic, unspoiled and charming destination for visitors. It is no wonder this amazing city has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
During this tour, you will get to explore nature while traveling by boat in the Nam Ngum Reservoir. You will have the opportunity to visit many local villages and the ruins of a historical site. This tour is filled with excitement, but the pace of the tour is very calm and relaxed. - This tour including the professional tour guide - You will be touched the way of life at local village along the way to Nam Ngum Lake - You have a chance to relex on boat with a traditional lunch
This 1 day excursion offers hicking from waterfall to waterfall where you can swim and relax! The National Protected Area of Phou Khao Khouay is the nearest National Park to Vientiane. Besides some great scenery and beautiful waterfalls, the NPA offers trails through dry evergreen and mixed deciduous forests.
My sons and I booked the 1 day Vang Vieng experience which included kayaking about 16 km down river and stopping at a couple of caves. We were the only ones in our group and often had the river to ourselves. At busy spots we...More