One day trekking tour explore Chom Ong cave

Package 7: 1 day trekking tour to Chom Ong Cave

Estimated Time Description
8:00 - 10:00 Leave Meuang Xay to Ban Chom Ong Village where a village guide will be joined.
10: 30 - 11:30  Start trekking from the village to the cave. During treking, you will pass some beautiful rice paddies, beautiful village landscape and bamboo forest as well as bamboo bridge crossing over the Namkhon river around 6 times before reaching the cave entrance.
11:30 - 12:00 Enjoy your natural lunch by the Namkhon river
 12: 00 - 15:00 Start exploring the Chom Ong Cave with your guides.
15:00 - 16:20 Take another way back to the village
16:20 - 18:20 Back to Oudomxay

What to bring:

Good walking shoes, sunscreen, camera, hat/cap, additional lamps/flashlights, 

Firstaid kits, and other neccesary things.

The prioce of the tour program

Number of person 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Price per person   1,540,000  840,000  642,000  532,500  490,000  475,000  463,000  442,500
All prices are in lao Kip and include: Transportation, tour guide (provincial and local guide), 
,food, drinking water, Village fees and taxes.

Chom Ong Cave
  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.

1 comment:

  1. Salkantay Trekking es la alternativa al Camino Inca a Machu Picchu y que ha sido recientemente elegido entre los 25 mejores Treks en el Mundo, por la National Geographic Adventure Travel Magazine.


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