Treks & Tours

One day Trip To A No village (Akha Tribe)
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Akha are the fourth biggest ethnic group in Oudomxay and form part of the Lao Soung like the Hmong people. Acca immigrated from the Tibetan Plateau, Northwest of Oudomxay, several hundred years ago. Their language is part of the  Tibe to-Burmese linguistic family. Their villages are situated in remote areas. However, coming for example to Oudomxay town market, Acca women are easily recognisable by their traditional hat, covered with coins representing the wealth of the household.


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 The simply Meuang La district, Located on north west only 28 km from Meuang Xay town on the way to Phongsala, is a small idyllic district town situated by the Nam Phaak river. A favored location of Joe Cummins, author of Lonely planet, including cultural, ethnic, and natural sites.
  Among them are the famous Khummu Temple, Vat Prachao Singkham, hot spring, traditional salt production activities from nearby salt mine throughout the area, and typical Thai Lue architecture. Meuang La can also serve as the starting point for impressive excursions to remote ethnic and cultural villages nestled among rice fields, forests and mountains. On the way to Meuang La, you will have the opportunity to stop for an agreeable 2-hour walk to Singkham Buddha Cave and to visit the Khamu village Samakhisay.



We offer you the tour 2 day 1 night explore longest cave in lao a place of amazing land of cave in Ban chom  ong and home stay at Tai leu minority village in Ban Nyor where you can also learn the rich culture of thai Leu, life style as well as a handicraft village such as cotton processing, pottery hand-made, Natural color drying and other activities that you will also get fund.

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Chom Ong cave system is a recently rediscovered natural attraction located 45 Km from Meuang Xay town near the Khumu village – Ban Chom Ong. It’s recognized as one of the largest caves in Southeast Asia.
The cave system stretches along 4 km long mountain ridge and has a parallel running and interconnecting fossil and river passage. It’s explored to a length of 15,827 Km (preliminary) with several wide open side passages remaining. The exploration was done by the Lao – European Cave project. The activities consist of cave trekking and swimming in the river (water) cave.
How to get there: You can also book the said tour at the Tourist Information Center or if you want to do it on your own a car or motorbike can be rented in Xay town.

http://oudomxaytourism.blogspot.com/p/blog-page_83.htmlBan Phavie is located about 12 Km from Meuang La town. A small Khamu village which consists of 36 families. The area is famous for trekking and The main peoples' economic activity is farming.

They raise their income by planting rice and corn and Bean as well as collecting natural resources for selling. Ban Phavie was selected to be an eco tourism destination. The objective was to provide additional income and development to the village from services provided to Tourists. These services are accommodation, food and local guiding plus handicraft products.

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Enjoy a half day of your life with lao cooking as well as lao traditional foods in Oudomxay with Speaking English guide will take you learn How to cook and tell you all detail for cook. One group of you can choose 3 menu for your lesson cooking.





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