Nam Oun Wilderness Trail Trek | 2 Days, 1 Night | from LUANG NAMTHA, LAOS

$96.00

  • Explore Nam Ha National Park on this two-day trekking adventure!
  • Meet local people and experience their way of life.
  • Camp in the forest in your own jungle hut!
  • Trek with a responsible and eco-friendly company.
  • Get to experience off-the-beaten track Laos! 
  • Read a review of this activity here. 
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Itinerary

Day 1

Luang Namtha – Khmu Tribe Village – Waterfalls Camp

You will be picked up in Luang Namtha in the morning and transported south to the Chaluensouk village. It is here where you will meet the village guide and the trek will begin. The first part of the trek involves hiking up to the top of a mountain. From there, you will continue along the ridgeline before dropping down to explore a dense green forest. 

Lunch will be prepared by your guides en route. You will continue to follow the route down until you reach the sanctuary camp which is located in one of the oldest and most beautiful parts of the forest. There will be a small break before you will walk along a stream. There will also be the option to enjoy the waterfall under the old trees by taking a dip. 

During the evening meal, you will be taught how to cook using local bamboo techniques and also shown how to make a campfire. The rest of the night is yours to spend as you like but wildlife spotting comes highly recommended!

Day 2

Camp – Mountain Ridge – Mountain Rice Field Views – Ban Namlue – Luang Namtha

The day will begin with a filling breakfast as well as a cup of tea or coffee to wake you up! After breakfast, you will need to pack up your belongings and get ready for another full day of trekking. 

First, you will hike up a second mountain for around one and a half hours before arriving at the mountain ridge. This walk will be more gentle than the previous day but also offers some beautiful views. There will be the opportunity to see various landscapes including chestnut, banana and bamboo forests as well as some incredible mountain views. 

Eventually, you will begin to descend down the mountain to the last minority village of the Lantan tribe. Here you will meet the local people and be able to observe them making bamboo paper and dyeing cotton. 

There will be some free time to explore the village before you walk to the main road to catch the transport to head back to town. You will likely be arriving back in Luang Namtha between around 4 pm and 5 pm. 

Please note: The price listed above is when there are at least 2 people on the trek. We will try to group you together with more people so that the price will be lower for you. This may mean that we suggest an alternative date to you. If your dates are not flexible, please be aware that the price may be higher if you are a solo traveller.

FAQ

Please note: The price listed above is when there are at least 2 people on the trek. We will try to group you together with more people so that the price will be lower for you. This may mean that we suggest an alternative date to you. If your dates are not flexible, please be aware that the price may be higher if you are a solo traveller.

How much will I pay if I end up in a group or solo?

Maximum 9pax Price per Person
1 $ 165
2 $ 96
3 $ 89
4 $ 82
5 $ 73
6 $ 65
7 $ 59
8 $ 56
Private Group Surcharge $ 54

What should I bring?

  • Hiking boots
  • Suncream
  • Insect repellent
  • Torch
  • Raincoat
  • Hat
  • Change of clothes
  • Warm clothes
  • Cash

What makes THE HIKER an eco-friendly company?

The Hiker strive to contribute to the conservation of Laos’ cultural heritage and biodiversity. They work with jungle communities to educate about using natural materials in a sustainable manner, at the same time providing a sufficient income for locals.

What's Included

  • Drinking water
  • Meals (2 lunches, 1 dinner, 1 breakfast)
  • English speaking guide
  • Local guide(s)
  • Accommodation (camping)
  • Return transport from Lunag Namtha
  • National Park conservation fund
  • Government taxes
  • Village fund
  • Entrance fees and permits

Refund Policy

  • In order to book this experience, you will need to pay a deposit online via South East Asia Backpacker.
  • This deposit is fully refundable if you wish to cancel up until 48 hours before the start of the activity.
  • For cancellations made fewer than 48 hours before the start of the activity there is no refund available.
  • You can request a change of date at any time, free of additional charges.
  • Date changes are entirely down to the availability of the operator and nothing to do with South East Asia Backpacker. 
  • If your date change is not agreed, as long as it is within 48 hours of the start date you originally made your booking for, your deposit can be refunded in full if you wish to cancel.
  • The remaining payment for the experience is payable directly to the operator.
  • The operator can request the remaining payment via an online payment link or upon arrival at the destination.
  • The refund of the second payment, which goes directly to the operator, is based on the terms and conditions of the operator, over which South East Asia Backpacker have no control.
  • Please see our customer terms and conditions for more information.

Operator

THE HIKER

Community based eco-adventure tours in Laos

The South East Asia Backpacker Community have tried and tested adventures across the region and handpicked a selection of only the BEST companies to work with.

The team at The Hiker
The team at THE HIKER.

Why we chose THE HIKER

  • THE HIKER offers community based eco-adventure tours in the Luang Namtha region of Laos.
  • They offer a range of different trips including combination tours which allow you to opt for a few different activities.
  • Mainly they specialise in trekking but they also offer cycling and kayaking trips.
  • Their tours give opportunities to local communities to help them reach sufficient income.
  • They aim to conserve the natural biodiversity of Laos and also preserve its cultural heritage.
  • Most importantly, there is a focus on both responsible and sustainable tourism. Locals are taught how to use natural resources sustainably which stabilises the surrounding ecosystem for everyone to enjoy.

 

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