Trek & Cycle Remote Village Adventure – Green Discovery Laos
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Trek & Cycle Remote Village Adventure


Explore picturesque area along the Mekong and learn more about local minorities

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Trek & Cycle Remote Village Adventure

Cycling, trekking and boating through amazing scenery and ethnic minorities for a complete immersion in Luang Prabang’s rural life

Main info

2 days

Luang Prabang

From $133

The best in: all year round

private truck


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Discover the rich culture of Lao’s ethnic minorities by cycling from village to village, learning about the different ethnic groups who live there

Trek through dense jungle, discovering the natural resources that have provided villages with food, building materials and medicines for centuries

Experience life as a local, staying in an authentic village homestay with a host family.

This fantastic trip combines cycling, trekking and boating in a beautiful scenic area along the Mekong. You will experience local daily life and the unique culture of the local people. Interact with friendly locals of various different ethnic minorities and enjoy the nature. This trip really does provide it all plus more!

Luang Prabang

What Will You Do

Day 1: Five villages by bike and foot

We depart from Luang Prabang and cycle down hill to the dock where we board a ferry to cross the mighty Mekong River to a small village. From here we continue cycling to another village, famous in Laos for its sugarcane and khaolam (sticky rice and coconut milk cooked in bamboo). Here we take a moment to explore the village with our guide, and sample some of this famous snack. We then continue onwards to an ethnic ‘Khmu’ village. Here we will we take a short break while our guide explains some of the history and culture of the Khmu people. We then cycle to our lunch spot, another small village where we can learn about the traditional lives of these villagers. 

After our lunch we begin our trekking adventure and start by heading off through rice paddy fields before crossing a stream and entering the forest. We continue trekking through the forest for a few hours before arriving in a Hmong village. Here we learn about the history and culture of the Hmong people before experiencing it first hand by spending the night with a local family as a guest in their house. 

Approximately 3 hours cycling & 3 hours trekking

Day 2: Discovering the traditional northern flavour

We start the day having breakfast with our local hosts before we start trekking through the forest to an ethnic Khmu village. Here we take some time to relax before eating a delicious Lao lunch with a local family. After this we continue onwards to a village where they harvest river weed which is dried, seasoned, and fried which turning it into a tasty snack! From here we take a 20 minute boat ride back to Luang Prabang just in time to watch the sunset. 

Approximately 5 hours trekking & 20 minutes boat trip

What to expect:

Expect rustic accommodation in the village. The washing facilities are very basic and not very private


Departure Roughly at 8:30 am from Green Discovery office/your hotel
Return Roughly at 5:30 pm to Green Discovery office/your hotel
Locations Luang Prabang Province
What to bring: Comfortable clothes for trekking,Comfortable trekking shoes,Some warm clothes for night time in the village,A rain jacket/coat

Refillable water,bottle,Personal toiletries,Insect Repellent 

Swimming clothes (please note that rural villages are very conservative and women will need to swim and bathe in a sarong), Towel

What is included Lunch, drinking water, English speaking guide, transport, taxes, permits and all entrance fees
Our water policy

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.

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