Get the countryside experience by learning the process of cultivating rice at Living Land Farm and then swimming across the cold pool at Kuang Si waterfall!
Discover the process of cultivating rice from the Laos people as rice is one of the main ingredients to their staple food, which is sticky rice. Sticky rice is widely popular and eaten by the Laos people and it is generally eaten with the hands. Take a unique trip to the Living Land farm where you have a chance to have a hands-on experience in cultivating rice by following the simple 14 steps of the rice cycle. The Living Land farm is an enterprise that is involved in providing educational programs and organic farming, a stone’s throw away from rice paddies belonging to the local villages. The trip will only bring along a small group to bring the best farming experience in a more interactive way. Organic farming means that no chemicals were used, in which Living Land farm strictly adheres to in their composting and crop rotation to ensure that the ground will remain fertile after being used. You will also have the opportunity to learn about other crafts from the villagers, which includes bamboo weaving, tool making and also blacksmithing.
Learn the ancient method of harvesting rice and planting process, which includes the threshing process and winnowing rice. After an insightful trip to the Living Land farm, you will explore the beautiful Kuang Si waterfall that is situated within the depths of the dense jungle. The gorgeous Kuang Si waterfall is a three-tiered waterfall that is about 50 meters tall. Bask in the serene ambience of the Kuang Si waterfall that is surrounded by tightly-packed jungle that exudes beauty all year round. Splash around in the cold pool below the Kuang Si waterfall, which will soothe your aching muscle and calm your mind. Explore the luscious jungle around the Kuang Si waterfall by strolling along a beaten path that will take into the depths of the jungle.
Make a final visit to the Hmong Culture Museum that honours the Hmong culture by displaying a wide variety of exhibits that illustrates the Hmong culture and customs. Gain some knowledge on the rich Hmong culture by engaging in the exhibits, which includes handicraft, jewelry and many more! The Hmong Culture Museum is the perfect place to be introduced to the lifestyles and culture one of the main ethnic groups in Laos. The adventure ends with a ride back to Luang Prabang city after a long and tiring day.
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.