Please don’t rush, embrace the sunshine as you cycle through the grean Laos mountain. A journey fit to quench your thirst for beautiful adventures. Depending on the season, the sites you’ll see will include villages, Henri Mouhot’s grave, elephants, Wat Phonpau’s golden stupa, jungle, and Tad Sae Waterfall.
Low water season, February to July:
During the dry season, we reroute the biking across the Nam Khan River for some off-road riding with some hills. Ride through agriculture land and basic villages and even make a river crossing by boat with your bikes.
When the waterfall is dry, we’ll make a special visit to see a baby elephant along one of our walking trails.
Biking is 20 km (12 mi) mixed paved and dirt road normally taking about 3 hours with stops included. Trekking is 7 km (5 mi) total, split with lunch and village visit.