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3D2N Jungle Trek, Eco Bungalow and Kuang Si Waterfall

3D2N Jungle Trek, Eco Bungalow and Kuang Si Waterfall

MYR1237 / per person
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  • Included
    Airport Transfer
    Entrance Fee
    Meal as per itinerary
  • Not Included
    Flight Ticket
    Halal Meal
    Tipping to Guide
    Travel Insurance

Tour Plan


Day 01 : Half-day Trek to Local Village and Eco-Bungalow or Homestay (L, D)

Meet your guide and enjoy a 35-minute ride through the countryside to our trekking start point. When you arrive at Ban Phonexay, you’ll begin the 4-hour trek to the Khmu and Hmong village of Nong Khuay that will take you deep into the jungle, over streams, under bamboo forests and up steep hills that offer magnificent views of Laos.   You'll have a picnic lunch along the way. When you reach Nong Khuay, your tour guide will show you to your Eco Bungalow or introduce you to your host family for the night. If time permits, trek 30 minutes to Tom Douk Cave. Your guide will tell you more about this hidden cavern as you explore its dark terrain.   Back in the village, settle in to your Eco Bungalow or home stay and explore the village to get to know your hosts - learn a few words of their language, try your hand at cooking traditional meals or share some pictures you’ve taken of your trip in Laos on your digital camera. Enjoy dinner in the village.   The Nong Khuay Eco-Bungalow: This boutique clay lodge has 2 private rooms that each accommodates up to 2 people (a total of 4 people can stay in the Eco Bungalow at one time). Each room has: 1 double-size bed, Western-style bathroom, Indoor bathroom with hot water If there more than four guests, nearby home stays are available.

Day 02 ; Jungle Trek and Eco Bungalow Stay (B, L, D)

Have breakfast with your hosts this morning. The village name Nong Khuay translates to “buffalo lake,” and you can hike to this famous lake afterwards. (Note: Visit to the lake only during rainy season from July – December). Then head out on the trail again to the Hmong village of Long Lao Mai. It’s a 4-hour hike but you’ll be able to stop along the way for lunch and soak in the stunning natural scenery around you.   At Long Lao Mai, your guide will show you the Eco Bungalow, your private lodge for the night. Then, take a tour of the community where you’ll meet some of your neighbors. A few villagers sell beautiful hand-made bracelets and other handicrafts to earn supplemental income that supports their main livelihood as subsistence farmers. The handicrafts make unique and meaningful souvenirs! Dinner is served in the sala outside under the stars - or you may share a meal with villagers in their home. After a traditional Hmong meal, unwind in the Eco Bungalow and rest after the last few days of trekking in the comfort of your own room. The Long Lao Mai Eco-Bungalow: This boutique clay lodge has 2 private rooms that each accommodates up to 4 people (a total of 8 people can stay in the Eco Bungalow at one time). Each room has: King size bed, Loft with 2 single mattresses, Western-style bathroom, Enclosed outdoor shower with hot water. For groups larger than 8 people, nearby home stays or available.

Day 03 : Lush Jungle Trek and Kuang Si Waterfall (B, L)

After a hearty breakfast, trek 3 hours through lush jungle to one of Luang Prabang’s favorite sites, the Kuang Si Waterfall, with its Asiatic bear sanctuary and many cascading pools to swim in and explore. Take lunch in the jungle on the way and don’t rush at the falls.   After a refreshing afternoon at the waterfall we’ll pick you up and you will experience the new Lao Buffalo dairy that produces cheese and a range of delicious dairy products. The diary provides income and a sustainable future for the Lao people involved. Learn how to milk a Buffalo, cuddle a Buffalo for the perfect selfie and try some incredible ice cream. The Buffalo may be the stars of the show but the playful pigs, chickens and cute rabbits are also plenty of fun for the young and young at heart!. We then return to Luang Prabang.

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Package include : English-speaking guide, Drinking water, All Transport, Breakfast, lunch, and dinner when indicated on itinerary, village entrance fees Permits, Entrance fee to Lao Buffalo Dairy.   Package exclude: Specialty drinks and snacks, Tips for guides, travel insurance   Preparation Hat & sunglasses, Fully charged camera, Sun block & mosquito repellent, Trekking sandals and/or athletic shoes, Rain gear (in season, check weather!), Toilet paper, hand sanitizer, personal items, Flip flops (for elephant bathing and/or kayaking), Swimwear & towel (for waterfall and/or kayaking), Small backpack to carry water and other belongings, Torch/flashlight. Toiletries (toothbrush, toothpaste, deodorant, etc), Change of clothes (conservative for villages and temples), Small amount of money for beer/soft drinks/tips/souvenirs/etc.     Accessibility: Our trips are generally unsuitable for people with reduced mobility and other disabilities. Please contact us to discuss if this trip is suitable for your specific requirements.

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