The Rock at Sunset
Experience the only spider net bridge in Laos and fly above one of the biggest limestone forest of Asia.
Climb the via ferrata and fly above one of the biggest limestone forests in all of Asia, to be rewarded with incredibly beautiful views
Cross the only spider net bridge in Laos, among other exhilarating suspended bridges
Immerse yourself in an uncharted natural wonder, enjoy the views while having a delicious meal at the viewpoint restaurant or learn about the area in the information centre
The Rock Viewpoint opens the doors to the Phou Hin Boun National Protected Area, an uncharted world of ancient karstic forests, breath-taking views, and endemic wildlife in Central Laos. Immerse yourself in one of the largest limestone forest in all of Asia with a fascinating itinerary of zip lines, spider net and canopy walks. The viewpoint, known as “The Peak of the loop” is a must stop on the Thakek Loop that also acts as a tourist information centre for all visitors in Khammouane Province. Whether having a coffee at the Coffee Bar, delicious meal at the Khob Chai Deu restaurant or an incredible adventure is what you seek, the stunning views are assured!
What Will You Do
Experience Highlights of The Rock at sunset. Delve into the National Protected area when the sun is going down, dying the limestone forest in oranges and pinks. It is indeed the most special moment to experience the adventure, and one of the most beautiful sunsets to witness.
Starts between 15 pm – 16 pm
SPIDER WER WALK
A thrilling see-through, suspended rope bridge allowing you to cross the valley as if walking on clouds. The rope is solidly bound in a number of diamond shapes.
Cables that connect two distant points over the limestone valley. You will fly along the cable suspended in a harness attached to the cable.
Mountain route made of strong metal staples embedded in the rock, alongside a safety cable, allowing you walk or climb the rocks with ease.
Canopy bridges that hang over the limestone, connecting two distant points that are inaccessible any other way.
What to expect:
It is not a very physically challenging activity, and can easily be accomplished with a reasonable level of fitness. However, it takes place at high heights. The weight limit for all our zipline tours is 120kg. You need to be at least 120 cm tall to participate. The weather may be hot, especially in dry season, and there is very little shade. The activity can only be done wearing closed shoes.
|Departure||The Rock Viewpoint|
|Return||The Rock Viewpoint|
|Locations||The Rock Viewpoint|
|What to bring||Sunscreen, insect repellent comfortable clothes, closed toed shoes (mandatory!) , refillable water bottle,|
|What is included||English speaking guide, drinking water, 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.