Take upon the roads to the Sophkhong village and Huay Hoy village to discover the culture and customs of the Khmu people living in these villages before heading to the stunning Tad Mok waterfall for a relaxing experience!
Embark on a journey along a traditional boat that will take you through the Nam Ou river and revel in the gorgeous scenery that surround the river. The Nam Ou river is more than 400 kilometres long and the river brings great significance to Laos as the river is suitable for boat transportation. The Nam Ou river is also one of the major tributaries of the Mekong river and it is a stone’s throw away from the highly revered Pak Ou caves. Your 40 minutes boat ride will not be without its own excitement as you pass by towering limestone mountains and also villages that are safely located along the Nam Ou river. Catch the sight of the villages fishing within the waters of Nam Ou river and buffaloes bathing by the banks of the river. Relax in the serene atmosphere of the Nam Ou river that is the ideal place to bask in the glory of nature.
Travel to the Sophkhong village, which is the humble abode of the Khmu people. Gain some insight on the cultures and customs of the Khmu people, who fish at the nearby river and also farm crops as a way to sustain the village! Trudge up the treks to discover the local farmlands that are dotted along the path and also rice paddies that stretch across the land. Towards the end of your trek, you will have a chance to explore the stunning Tad Mok waterfall. Hear the sounds of water gushing along the limestones as you swim across the cold pool. Delight in the delicious lunch that will be provided and taste the flavours of the local Laos food.
Visit the Huay Hoy village that consists of Khmu people, who are native inhabitants of northern Laos. Observe the villagers residing in the Huay Hoy village carrying out their daily task and the village children that roam the streets of the village. Furthermore, hunting and fishing are important to the Khmu people as they are the source of the resources for the villagers. The Khmu villagers do not practice traditional agricultural method, thus the Khmu people grow rice on terraced lands.
15 - 30 days prior to the tour date, 30% of total package payment incurred.
7 - 14 days prior to the tour date, 50% of total package payment incurred.
1 - 6 days prior to the tour date, 100% of total package payment incurred.
No show, and cancellations on the tour date: No refund allowed.