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Por la mañana temprano, el recorrido se une a la población local a participar en la comida diaria y ofrecer limosna a los monjes budistas con sus cuencos negros.

La siguiente parada es Dala, un mercado donde verá ofertas tan diversas como la piel seca de búfalo, té locales, tribus de las montañas y tejidos entre los pollos, verduras y productos locales.

El recorrido continúa con una visita a los fabricantes de cerámica de los pueblos de Ban XOM y Ban Thapene, seguido a la enorme y espectacular cascada Khouangsi, donde tendrá un almuerzo tipo picnic en el camino. El tour termina con un retorno a la ciudad por la tarde.

We depart from Luang Prabang and head towards Ban Phanom village which is famous for its weaving. After taking some time to look around we continue onwards along the banks of the river Khan before arriving at the amazing Henri Mohot Tomb. Here we spend a while looking around before continuing onwards to Ban Picknoi village which is home to people of the ‘Youane ethnic minority’.

After this it is time to cross the Nam Khan River via fishing boat, and head onwards to Ban Pickyai village which is home to both Youane & Leu ethnic minorities. The river cruise along the way passes through several rural villages, rice fields and some spectacular scenery before arriving at the village. As we carry onwards we pass through more ethic villages including, Ban Kokvan a village of Khmu ethnic minority and Ban Bohae a Hmong village. Here we stop for a while to enjoy a picnic lunch and take some time to relax. After lunch we head off via bicycle again on our way back to Luang Prabang. This is a journey of around two and a half hours along a paved road, during the trip back to Luang Prabang we stop for a short while at Ban Xang Khong which is famous for its handmade ‘Sa’ paper.

desde 31,17 €

44-3 Sisavangvong Rd, Ban Xiengmouane

We depart from our office and drive for around one hour west to Ban Xeng Mouk village where the trek starts. We begin with a visit to the ethnic Khmu village of Ban Longlao Nung before heading to the nearby Hmong village of Ban Longlao Song. You will be able to observe the lifestyles of these two culturally very different minority groups and see how despite their differences they manage to work together on a day to day basis and even sharing the same school. As we continue onwards the trail leads through rice paddies and vegetable fields before reaching the mountainous forest. Along the way we explore a cave which was used as a bomb shelter by the locals during the second Indochina war.

After visiting the cave one more hour of trekking brings us to one of the many springs which feeds Kuang Xi waterfalls, here a beautiful pool full of sacred fish can be seen. After descending from the top of the waterfall we enjoy a Lao style lunch amongst some beautiful settings! The afternoon is spent bathing and relaxing around the turquoise pools below the waterfall. You can also visit the bear conservation center which is located nearby and home to many bears which have been rescued from illegal farms. Before returning to Luang Prabang we take a short walk to a nearby Khmu village of Ban Thapene which is home to some of the most beautiful pools of Kuang Xi Waterfalls.

desde 39,76 €

El tour comienza con una breve visita guiada por Wat Sene, la ciudad más antigua del templo, y el magnífico Wat Xieng Thong, con sus techos bajos para barrer el suelo en representación de la arquitectura clásica de los templos Luang Prabang.
El siguiente paso es un crucero río arriba en el río Mekong, con hermosas vistas de la tranquila campiña. Los huéspedes visitan las misteriosas cuevas de Pak Ou, llenas de miles de estatuas doradas de Buda de diversos tamaños.
Después del almuerzo, se regresará al muelle y en el camino, paran en la aldea de Ban Xang Hai donde los lugareños fabrican vino de arroz. En el regreso, habrá un corto viaje para la Ban Phanom, famosa por su tejido de algodón y seda a mano.

Contempla centenares de figuras de Buda en las Cuevas de Pak Ou y visita Bang Xang Hai, conocida popularmente como la aldea del whisky.

Destacamos
- Travesía por el Mekong en una barcaza tradicional
- Explora las espectaculares Cuevas de Pak Ou
- Parada en Ban Xang Hai, un pintoresco pueblo dedicado a la producción de whisky

Disfruta de un corto paseo hasta el muelle, donde subirás a bordo de una embarcación típica que te llevará de viaje por el increíble Mekong, uno de los ríos más largos del mundo. Admira el idílico paisaje de la ribera y aprecia el estilo de vida de los lugareños mientras navegas en dirección a las Cuevas de Pak Ou, situadas entre los acantilados de piedra caliza donde confluyen el Mekong y el Nam Ou.

Las Cuevas de Pak Ou están divididas en dos partes (Tham Ting y Tham Theung) que esconden tesoros en su interior: ambas están repletas de esculturas de Buda en miniatura que se han ido depositando durante siglos, lo que las ha convertido en un lugar de peregrinación, especialmente durante el Año Nuevo Laosiano, cuando las cuevas se llenan de cientos de peregrinos que lavan ceremonialmente las estatuas de Buda. Tómate tu tiempo para explorar las cuevas superiores e inferiores antes de degustar un delicioso almuerzo laosiano en un restaurante de la zona.

A poca distancia de las Cuevas de Pak Ou se encuentra Ban Xang Hai, una pequeña aldea que durante muchos años se ha dedicado a la producción de tinajas de barro para fermentar el vino de Laos. En la actualidad, se mantiene la tradición pero el pueblo también se ha especializado en la elaboración de whisky y vino. Aprovecha la ocasión para catar estas dos bebidas antes de regresar a Luang Prabang por la tarde.


desde 44,06 €

Los huéspedes de la gira se reunirán a alguien único e inolvidable con una historia que contar. Su nombre es Carol Cassidy. Ella ha revivido sin ayuda el arte de tejer la seda laosiano. Cassidy, una nativa de Connecticut, se encontro con un arte de morir en un viaje que tuvo a Vientiane como trabajador de las Naciones Unidas en 1989. Las técnicas antiguas fueron desapareciendo rápidamente, laosiano madres ya no pasaron sus conocimientos a sus hijas. Hoy en día, Cassidy se ejecuta con éxito un negocio que emplea a 32 tejedores, y 3000 los agricultores de suministro con la seda de sus árboles de morera. Cada pieza de museo-calidad-apareció de la mano de seda es una obra de arte, cada una única. Los productos terminados se venden a los diseñadores de Nueva York, a Londres, los coleccionistas de arte, danés a la realeza y de Hollywood a la A-lista. Proceder a la central de mercado en el que todo tipo de artesanía local se puede encontrar, como plata y oro de cerámica, tallas de madera, algodón y productos de seda.

Day 1 - arrival in Vientiane.
Upon arrival, you will be met and transferred to your hotel. An orientation walk of Lao Capital is a pleasant way to spend the day, strolling around some of the city’s most historical sites and seeing some of the French colonial architecture. We will observe sunset by the Mekong riverside and experience the lifestyle of the local people. Overnight in Vientiane (Vientiane Plaza Hotel).

Day 2- Vientiane and Luang Prabang.
After breakfast we will visit the central market known as the ‘Morning Market’ which is a great place for browsing antiques, handmade textiles and gifts. From there, we will visit the major sights of the capital; including the oldest Wat Sisaket with thousands of miniature Buddha statues and the former royal temple of Wat Prakeo, which previously housed the famous Emerald Buddha Image. On the way to the famous and sacred structure of That Luang Stupa, we will stop to take some pictures of the imposing Patuxay Monument, which is well known as Vientiane’s own Arc de Triumph.

We then board our short flight to the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage City Luang Prabang. On arrival, transfer to hotel. After a short rest, we will climb up to the top of Mount Phousi for an enjoyable view of the sacred, gilded stupa as well as viewing a beautiful and panoramic sunset over the ancient and once royal city and the Mekong River. We then will stroll around the Night Market, where you can find a lovely selection of textiles made by the local and the hill tribe people surrounding Luang Prabang. Overnight in Luang Prabang (Villa Santi Resort).

Day 3 - Luang Prabang and Pak Ou Cave.
An optional early start gives you the fantastic opportunity to participate in the daily morning rituals of saffron-clad monks collecting offerings of alms (ubiquitous sticky rice) from the faithful residents. This tradition is very unique in Laos, being the only Buddhist nation still preserving the procession. We enjoy a short-guided tour to see the city’s oldest temple of impressive stupa of Wat Visoun and the shrines of Wat Aham, Wat Mai, Wat Sene and the magnificent Wat Xiengthong with its roofs sweeping low to the ground, which represents classical Laotian architecture.

We board a cruise boat on the Mekong River, which gives us a panoramic view of the tranquil countryside as well as an interesting visit to the mysterious Pak Ou Caves, two linked caves crammed with thousands of gold lacquered Buddha statues of various shapes and sizes left by pilgrims. Stop at the village of Ban Xanghai, where they make the local rice wine. On the way back, we pass the local villages at Ban Xiengmene and Ban Chan before we see the royal temple at Wat Longkhoun, which once belonged to a royal family patronage nearby Sackarine Caves. Overnight in Luang Prabang (Villa Santi Resort).

Day 4 - Luang Prabang and departure.
Following breakfast, we visit The National Museum at the former Royal Palace, which displays a lovely collection of the artifacts reflecting the richness of Lao culture dating from the days of the early kings right through to the last sovereign. We then visit the silver smith’s and Fine Arts School and the Central Market, which is not to be missed. Transfer to the airport for your departure flight.

La duración mínima de esta actividad es de 4 días

Esta actividad es para un mínimo de 2 personas

desde 382,28 €

Join us on this visit to the Kuang Si waterfall, one of the most famous and beautiful waterfalls in Laos. On the way we’ll make some stops to visit local villages. At the waterfall you can splash around in the pools or walk along forest paths, before returning to Luang Prabang.

desde 54,43 €

Iniciar el recorrido en Jumbo es una manera excelente de experimentar la ciudad Luang Prabang, considerada Patrimonio de la Humanidad. El Jumbo es un vehículo utilizado por los lugareños, sin aire acondicionado y con un par de asientos en la parte de atrás.

Luang Prabang es conocida como la capital cultural y religiosa de Laos. El recorrido partirá desde el hotel para visitar Wat Visoun, totalmente reconstruido después de ser destruido en 1887 por los invasores del sur de China. En el patio del IVA Visoun está la Stupa Sandía, de la que toma su nombre por la forma.

A continuación, los huéspedes tendrán un agradable paseo por el barrio para ver cómo vive la gente local, y la arquitectura tradicional colonial del letón y francés. El Jumbo espera en la Villa Santi Hotel (Palacio Real) para la llevar de nuevo a los huéspedes al hotel.

Day1: We start off with a visit to the former royal palace which was built between 1904 & 1905. Here we take some time to look around this magnificent building before moving onwards to Wat Visoun temple which was built by Visounnarath 500 years ago in 1513! The next stop is Wat Xieng Thong which was built by Sayasettha back in 1565.
We then continue onwards to Ban Phanom village which is famous for its weaving before heading to Ban Xang Khong which is famous for the handmade Sa paper which is produced here before then heading back to Luang Prabang.

Day2: We depart from our office and take a short walk to the boat pier. We board the boat and begin our cruise along the amazing Mekong which takes us past idyllic scenes of rural riverside life and spectacular scenery until reaching the beautiful Pak Ou Caves which sit amongst the limestone cliffs where the Mekong and Nam Ou rivers meet. The caves are spilt in two, one named Tham Ting and the other Tham Theung. They are both filled with thousands of Buddha images and statues which have been deposited here over centuries.
Pak Ou remains a popular pilgrimage site for Lao people, especially during the Lao New Year in April when the caves become crowded with pilgrims who gain merit by ceremonially washing the Buddha statues. We take time to explore upper and lower caves before stopping for a delicious Lao lunch at a nearby restaurant. A short distance away from Pak Ou Caves we visit the village of Ban Xang Hai which has for centuries made the clay jars which are used to ferment Lao wine. Nowadays the tradition continues however the village now also specializes in producing a wide range of ‘Lau Lao’ Lao whisky and ‘Lau Hai’ Lao wine. Be sure to try just a little before we head of back down river to Luang Prabang in the late afternoon.

Day3:We depart from our office and drive for around one hour west to Ban Xeng Mouk village where the trek starts. We begin with a visit to the ethnic Khmu village of Ban Longlao Nung before heading to the nearby Hmong village of Ban Longlao Song. You will be able to observe the lifestyles of these two culturally very different minority groups and see how despite their differences they manage to work together on a day to day basis and even sharing the same school.
As we continue onwards the trail leads through rice paddys and vegetable fields before reaching the mountainous forest. Along the way we explore a cave which was used as a bomb shelter by the locals during the second indochina war. After visiting the cave one more hour of trekking brings us to one of the many springs which feeds Kuang Xi waterfalls, here a beautiful pool full of sacred fish can be seen. After descending from the top of the waterfall we enjoy a Lao style lunch amongst some beautiful settings!
The afternoon is spent bathing and relaxing around the turquoise pools below the waterfall. You can also visit the bear conservation center which is located nearby and home to many bears which have been rescued from illegal farms. Before returning to Luang Prabang we take a short walk to a nearby Khmu village of Ban Thapene which is home to some of the most beautiful pools of Kuang Xi Waterfalls.

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