Bolaven Plateau Trek
Trek through the lush Bolaven jungles and coffee plantations , exploring waterfalls and ethnic villages
Explore lush tropical forests while learning about the plants and animals who live there
Discover amazing waterfalls
Trek past coffee plantations while learning about the history of this valuable resource in Laos
This trek gives you a great opportunity to see all of what Bolaven Plateau is famous for. Trek through lush forests and coffee plantations, exploring waterfalls and ethnic villages. Learn about the history and culture of these places and the people who live here, while exploring one of the most beautiful areas in Laos.
What Will You Do
We leave Pakse and head to a small ethnic village, where we will start our trek. When we arrive in the village we will spend some time learning about the people who live here before we start out trek. We hike from the village to the rock formations of Xing Sai Limestones, where take a short break to explore. We then continue to the first waterfall of the day, where we enjoy our picnic lunch of Lao food.
After our waterfall picnic, we continue to trek to another two waterfalls, including the stunning Tad Fan. We will have a short break at both waterfalls before we trek to our finishing point where we will get picked up for our return to Pakse.Approximately 5.5 hours of trekking
What to expect
Expect a long day of walking on uneven and sometimes slippery ground.
|Departure||Roughly at 8:30 am from Green Discovery office/your hotel|
|Return||Roughly at 5:30 pm from Green Discovery office/your hotel|
|What to bring||Hat, sunscreen, insect repellent, comfortable clothes, trekking shoes, refillable water bottle, swimming clothes (sarong for women), towel|
|What is included||English speaking guide, drinking water,food, transport, government taxes, all entrance fees|
Help us to become 100% single use plastic free company!
We try to avoid plastic as much as possible, that is why we encourage you to bring your own refillable bottle.
We have water refillable station at our office where you can fill up your bottle. If you don’t have one we sell the 0,75 L Green Discovery aluminium bottles at our sales office. At the moment we will still need to use plastic bottles in some of our tours but we hope to reduce it as much as possible. Together with The Green Discovery Sustainability Fund we are working on installing water filters in all the villages we are visiting and we hope in the future we will not need to use plastic bottles anymore.