Luang Prabang Nature Cycling Adventure

Pick up from Luang Prabang
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Tour Code: LPQ-13 Duration: Approx 7 Hours

Hop on a bicycle to explore the more rural side of the ancient city of Luang Prabang which includes the Ban Xieng Lek and Tad Sae Waterfall!

Highlights:

  • Roam the Countryside of Luang Prabang where you will Immerse yourself in the Interesting Lao Culture by Visiting the Ban Xieng Lek Village
  • Visit the Stunning Tad Sae Waterfall Where you will be able to Take a Dip in the Cool Pool
  • Meet and Interact with some Friendly Elephants that live in the Jungle that Surrounds the Tad Sae Waterfall

Tour Description:

Your journey begins in the city centre of Luang Prabang, where you will be getting fitted for a right-sized mountain bicycle before heading to the local villages along the Mekong river that is right across an old communist bridge. Immerse yourself into the Laos culture and customs by visiting the Ban Xieng Lek village that is known for its weaving and paper-making skills. The inhabitants of the Ban Xieng Lek village are specialized in producing beautifully-crafted textiles and paper that are made out of eco-friendly materials, which includes the Saa bark. Venture further through the outer corners of the Luang Prabang city where you will come across the beautiful countryside with the wide stretch of rice paddies and also simple agrarian villages that are scattered all across the land.

Cross the Mekong river by boarding a boat where you will head to the terrace that is situated in the Nam Khan valley. Admire the towering Karst mountains that seem to be covered with lush verdant forests that thrive in these fertile land. Then, you will hop on a boat where you will ride through beautiful landscapes upriver to the stunning Tad Sae waterfall. You will be provided with a delectable lunch where you will relish in the flavours of Laos. Revel in the serene ambience of the Tad Sae Waterfall that is only surrounded by only nature. Swim around the blue pool, where you will feel refreshed and reinvigorated after an exhausting bicycle ride. Lucky adventurers may even meet an elephants face-to-face that visit the waterfall to bathe. Feel free to purchase some bananas or sugarcane nearby to feed the friendly elephants.

During low season of the Tad Sae waterfall, the waterfall is dry with less water flowing through and thus will not be visited. You will head to the camp where you will take a boat ride in the beautiful atmosphere and then make a short trek along a beaten path in the jungle where you will have a chance to discover an abundance of flora and fauna. Stumble upon adorable baby elephants that reside in the jungle.

Cancellation Policy:

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.

Pick-Up Time:

  • 7:50 am - 8:20 am

What's Included:

  • English-speaking Guide
  • Quality Mountain Bike
  • Lunch
  • Drinking Water
  • Entrance Fees
  • All Permissions and Taxes
  • Boat Transfers

What's Not Included:

  • Any Items Not Mentioned
  • Tips
  • Specialty Drinks

Additional Information:

  • This tour requires a minimum of 2 pax for the tour to be confirmed
  • The total biking distance is 46 kilometers that are along a mixed trail of dirt paths and well-paved paths with some hills
  • Pick up and drop off service can be arranged for hotels in the city centre, with additional cost. Please check with Adventoro Concierge (Call / Whatsapp +6010 468 8011)
  • The dry season of the waterfall is from February to August
  • Transfer duration above are estimated and subject to traffic and weather condition, and not inclusive of any sightseeing tours
  • Please adhere to strict pick-up time punctuality. Tour operators may forfeit tours for travellers if no-show during the stipulated time
  • Registered name of the traveller must be corresponding with photograph documentation (Example: Passport). Tour operators reserve the right to reject if registered traveller fails to provide photographed documentation of their own
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