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Mystic Mountain Coffee

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16E Paksong Laos, Paksong 1608, Laos
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Magical Experience - highlight of three weeks in Laos

We spent a wonderful day with Khamsone touring the unspoilt Bolaven in his jeep, having delicious... read more

Reviewed February 21, 2018
Peter B
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London, United Kingdom
A Highlight of our trip !!!!!!!

We were a group of 4 who had the chance to visit with Khamsome and his family. We had a wonderful... read more

Reviewed February 20, 2018
NKY60
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Montreal, Canada
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We are a coffee plantation in southern Laos that offers tours of the area - they can take whatever form suits you. Anything from one to three days, comprising any mixture of relaxation, trekking, nature, learning about coffee growing, jeep safari or homestay in a traditional village.
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16E Paksong Laos, Paksong 1608, Laos
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Reviewed February 21, 2018

We spent a wonderful day with Khamsone touring the unspoilt Bolaven in his jeep, having delicious lunch with his charming and lovely family and meeting other locals in villages as yet untouched by mass tourism. His enthusiasm for his region and his coffee are infectious...More

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Reviewed February 20, 2018

We were a group of 4 who had the chance to visit with Khamsome and his family. We had a wonderful lunch as he shared with us, the history of the region, and the nature of this region. We were then taught about how he...More

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Reviewed November 14, 2017

Wé spent à very beautiful day, first time To walk accross some laven village and the coffee plantation where Khamsone learn us all about coffee, second time à lunch near falls and finaly with very old jeeps :American, Chinese and russian a tour in the...More

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Reviewed November 12, 2017

A trip in a 74 year old jeep driven by a charming man, M. Khamsome for a day in nature, far from stress, burn out, worrying..... our daily life back home. M. Khamsome first takes us for a walk in his 16 hectares of coffeeplants...More

1  Thank dekeyserl
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Reviewed October 31, 2017 via mobile

This guy is unique. So many things he can tell you about the area you will not read in any guidebook. It will be one for your best experiences in Laos and gives you insights about a place you won't find anywhere else in the...More

1  Thank odesub
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Reviewed July 30, 2017 via mobile

We decided to take a one-day jeep tour thanks to Trip Advisor comments, mostly because we were staying 4 nights at Tad Fane Resort without knowing what to do (the hotel didn't organize any trek and we didn't have a motobike). We didn't regret it...More

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Reviewed July 17, 2017

We came to Mr. Khamsone and his lovely family via recommendation. We are SUPER HAPPY to spent 2 nights in one of his super new bungalows next to the family house, coffee plants in front of the window. Although it was raining a lot, it...More

1  Thank Cananmaria
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Reviewed April 18, 2017

I live in Asia since 2012 and this was the best Authentic experience i had so far. You are introduced in the real life on Lao people....You are experiencing the real raw nature and having a Guide who lives, who works for the community, who...More

1  Thank lia b
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Reviewed January 7, 2017

We enjoyed the day with M. Khamsome so much. He is so passionate about coffee, his wife is a wonderful cook and we learnd a lot during the tour through a rural vilage and the nature. First we thought this tour is expensive, but with...More

Thank Ines P
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Reviewed December 28, 2016

We had booked a "jeep tour of the Bolaven Plateau visiting local villages, coffee plantations and remote waterfalls" through our travel agent. Little did we know what a fabulous adventure we were about to have. Mr. Khamsone and his driver picked us up in his...More

1  Thank Tammy T
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