Featured Eco Explorations


Nam Ha Discovery Trek

Explore one of Lao’s first national protected areas & learn about the rich biodiversity that makes this area unique during this day trek. Discover authentic villages of local ethnic minorities and learn about their lives, their culture and their unique products. 

Nam Ha Kayak & Trek Exploration

This trip takes us through three Lanten and two Khmu villages before the trail leads us through the forest area which borders the Nam Ha Protected Area. Explore the Namtha River on a kayak and discover dense jungle, remote villages and exciting rapids before cutting through the dense forest abundant with wildlife.

Luang Namtha Cycling Tour

A scenic cycling tour through the Nam Ha Valley with mountain vistas as the backdrop to sprawling rice paddies. Explore authentic villages of the different ethnic minorities that make up Northern Laos and learn about the traditions and history that form the processes of various craft productions.

Nam Ha Village Trek & Homestay

A 1N/2D  trekking experience in the Nam Ha National Park. Explore the primary forest, meet the villagers, cross the Nam Ha River.  This trip takes us through three Lanten Villages and two Khmu villages which can only be accessed by foot. Sleep in a local homestay and experience culture.

Nam Ha Trekking & Forest Immersion

Stay for three days entirely within the forests of the Nam Ha National Protected Area, an ASEAN Heritage Site. It is a trip for those who want a true ‘forest experience’ and to immerse in the beauty of the jungle.

Luang Namtha

Evergreen highland forests, fog filled valleys, crystal-clear jungle waterfalls, time-defying mountain villages, and challenging river adventures.

Explore the beauty of the Nam Ha National Protected Area, an ASEAN Heritage Site, on our kayaking, mountain bike or trekking tours. Take a trip on the Nam Tha River, one if the last wild rivers in Southeast Asia. Spend a day with local woodsmen, join villagers luring birds by imitating their songs, experience the taste of unknown food collected from the forest, and enjoy the tranquility of the jungle far from any ‘civilization’.

Not without reason is Luang Namtha called the “cradle of ecotourism’ in Laos and has more ‘green tourism projects’ than anywhere else in the country.

Opportunities for Tourism and Conservation

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    Community-based tourism for conservation

    Close collaboration with local villagers as full partners at all levels not only retains their ownership in tourism destinations but also brings them substantial financial benefits in return for conserving nature. Money from tourists supports capacity building and helps to strengthen the management of the Nam Ha National Protected Area.