TREKKING IN PHONGSALY
The Phongsaly Tourism Office offers 1 to 4-day eco-trekking tours to remote ethnic diverse villages. All of them follow community-based ecotourism principles. You can start from Phongsaly, Boun Neua and Boun Tai. For the full trekking program click the link of each trekking programmes below or Please come directly to our office if you would like to book a trek or call us!
Mr. Khamphanh: +856-20-54284600 or +856-20 28449939, Tel/Fax: +856-88-210098.
Leave the world you know….
and let Akha people welcome you in their village with their traditional massage!
You are a nature lover? The Jungle trek (2 days) or Mountain & River Trek- 2 days offer you a wonderful nature experience, with overnight in an Akha Puxo village. If you prefer to visit both you can do with Combine Mountain and Jungle 3 days trek.
Tempted to combine trek & boat expedition? The Akha country trek (3 days) takes you up the Nam Ou far into the Akha Unique territory! Fascinated by ethnic diversity…
....activity with Akha people 1 Day to Discover Akha Puxo Culture
…and looking for an easy walk? The Mouchi trek (2-day) gives you the chance to meet the unique Mouchi people!
…and wanting to experiment akha farming? The Akha life trek (2 days) takes you to their field!
…and ready for a challenging hike? The Multiethnic trek (3 days) or Multiethnic trek (4 days) gives you an insight into the akha diversity: each night a different ethnic group!
You would like to find out more about Phongsaly 3 greens? Just go on the Phongsaly 3 greens trek (1 day)!
You prefer to discover the famous 400-year-old tea plantation? The 400-year-old tea plantation trek (1 day) takes you to Komaen village!
Muang Khua Tourism Office proposes 2 and 3-day treks to Akha Pala and others villages. Contact them directly to have more information:
Mr Keo +856-20-22848020. You can book when you arrive in Muang Khua and start the following day.
Trekking in the Nam Lan Conservation Area: Explore the Nam Lan Conservation Area on a two- or three-day trek that stops at several ethnic communities on the way towards the Chinese border.