Discover the true vibrant traditional Laos with a cheerful 8-hour trip outside Luang Prabang. You’ll have a great chance to explore nearby villages and observe the local Mekong River’s way of life as you cycle along peaceful dirt roads.
This is an easeful 37km ride is suitable for anyone including families and friends. You’ll be able to visit stunning temples, meet and interact with friendly residents, savour some bold local food and while taking pleasure in the serenity of Laos' countryside.
Our guide will pick you up at your hotel in Luang Prabang at around 7:45 AM. After cycling on scenic roads, you’ll arrive at Mekong River to board a ferry to Ban Xeng Mean. Here you'll continue your ride on a country road with oxen, chickens and some occasional motorbikes to the village of Ban Nakham. The village is best known for its sugar cane and Kaolam - a local delicacy made of sticky rice and beans, served in bamboo.
You continue to cycle along farmlands and green paddy fields, and stop at a village famed for their local crafts such as pots, jars and vat. After the visit, get back to your bike and try some local speciaties in Ban Som for lunch.
As the weather cools down, let’s cycle along a shaded forest trail to reach the Khmu village of Ban Boum, where you meet with the original inhabitants of Laos. Later on, continue yourjourney on a remote dirt road to Ban Jannuau, where you can eyewitness potters crafting intricate pots and jars before riding back to Luang Prabang.
As the tour ends, you’ll be transferred back to your hotel.
Transport: Bicycle, Private Car
* Rates are quoted per person in USD and excluded VAT & fees
bicycle, lunch, English Speaking Guide, entrance fees
tips, personal expenses
Please reconfirm the departure time or pick-up time with our travel
consultant via email or phone call one day prior to departure date.
The trip maybe will be operated by VINADAY TRAVEL's partners.
Please request vegetarian or Halal food options 24 hours in advance of your tour. Please note a surcharge will be incurred.
during peak times (Christmas, New Year, Lunar Lunar New Year,
National Holidays, Water Festival) are subject to supplementary charges.