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4 Days Combination Tours-1 Day Adventure Kayaking-3 Days Challenge Trek
Start-Finish: Luang Namtha Town.
Duration: 4 Days / 3 Nights
Departure: 9:00 AM Daily
Difficulty: Moderate of Kayaking and for difficulty trekking, short hill climbs and descents

Trip Overview

Adventure kayaking or rafting on the Nam Tha River closely observing the flora and fauna of this region-offers a unique experience in the naturally diverse landscapes of Northern Laos and visit different ethnic groups as Black Tai, Mien-Lanten, Mon-Khmer, Tai Lue and stay overnight with Sam Tao family. Day 2 start trek to explore the Nam Ha National Protected Area-an ASEAN Natural Heritage Site, stay overnights at the bamboo jungle forest camp made from the guides and you, on the jungle trail you will see and hear many different of birds, if you lucky as monkey, barking dear, gibbon, wild pigs and jungle fowl and enjoy Nam Ha landscape and the warm hospitality of the Khmu guides and the last night stay in the lodge or homestay in Ban Nalan (Khmu village).


Day 1: Luang Namtha-Boat Landing-Ban Sinh Oudom. Approx. 6-7 hours
Start from Luang Namtha by Tuk Tuk, when arrival the river first of all we learn with the guides some basic paddle instruction before taking to the river in the single, kayaks or raft. After that we paddling to visit Lantan minority people of Ban Sop Tude, after visit we enjoy with exciting rapids but safe paddling lead up to a lunch break on the banks of the river. After Lao picnic, the next paddling to the Khmu village of Ban Sop Sim Noi and the final direct to Ban Sinh Oudom (Lue Sam Tao village) where we stay overnight with the family. While waiting for dinner visit the villages walk around and meet the people, learn about traditional Tai Lue architecture. After dinner your will receive some short story of the villages.
[Meals: Lunch, Dinner]

Day 2: Ban Sinh Oudom-Banana Leaf Jungle Forest Camp. Approx. 6-7 hours

After enjoy traditional breakfast at the Tai Lue homestay, the guides leading you hike through rice paddies and up into the mountains of Nam Ha NPA. Along the trail you will see many species of birds, monkeys and deer are occasionally seen, your guide will teach you how to make a bird call, dear barking and squirrel sounds, see many types of NTPs (Non Timber Forest Products) and your guides will share their experience about traditional medicines. Lunch is eaten in the forest shade near the stream, we will arriving in the jungle forest camp around 4 pm, over there easy walking in the jungle near the forest camp following the trail, searching animal footprints and other elements that prove the presence in the forest of many wild lives further monkey, barking dear, gibbon, wild pigs and jungle fowl. The guide will point out interesting things and useful plants and herbal medical care such as cardamoms, galangals...after dinner overnight in the jungle forest camp hosted by Khmu people.
[Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner]

Day 3: Banana Leaf Jungle Forest Camp-Ban Nalan Trail. Approx. 5-6 hours

In the early morning you will hear a lot kind of animals scream from the higher mountain and nearly the camp. After breakfast you continue trek deep into inside of the Nam Ha NPA, lunch will be served you in the traditional way in the forest along the trail. The guides know how to boil water and make soup within vessels made of bamboo. They will encourage you to take part in the preparation of the meal, showing you how to construct simple spoons and chopsticks from leaves and cups from bamboo. They will also brew a medicinal tea from wild plants collected along the way. You will arrive at the Ban Nalan (Khmu village) around 4 pm.
[Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner]

Day 4: Ban Nalan-Ban Namkoy-Ban Namlue. Approx. 6-7 hours

After breakfast, next morning we follow the Nam Ha River through riverine forest that varies from stands of large hardwood trees to new vigorous growths of Bamboo. We went our way through the village of Ban Nalan Tai (South Ban Nalan), and on through   the open cultivated areas of the Lanten people, who are local village residents. We leave the Nam Ha River as the trail steadily climbs for a couple of hours. This is the most challenging section of the trail, but also the most beautiful, as it passes through stands of ancient trees, some five hundred years old, that create a high dense canopy rich in birdlife. We need only pause quietly to hear the forest come alive with a mixed chorus of birds and insects. From the top of the ridge, spectacular northern views lay before you, with Luang Namtha visible away in the distance. The final descent takes the group past upland rice fields and cultivated areas tended by the people of Ban Namlue. The trail steepens here and can be slippery after rainfall.  But a careful pace with sound footwear will get you down safely to the village of Ban Namlue where Lantan and Khmu people live together. And that is where you end your trek, returning to Luang Namtha by Tuk Tuk late afternoon to round off a journey we trust you will fondly remember.
[Meals: Breakfast, Lunch]
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