Some of the must-visit spots during the Mountain Trekking (Secret Eden) include Tham Hoi Cave, Tham Loup Cave, Tham Nam Cave, and the Blue Lagoon. Each of these sites is a gem of nature, offering unique experiences. Tham Hoi and Tham Loup caves are adorned with impressive stalactites and stalagmites. Tham Nam Cave is known for its enchanting underground river, which you can explore by tubing. The Blue Lagoon is a fantastic spot for a refreshing swim in the crystal-clear waters amidst a picturesque setting.
As you venture into the heart of Vang Vieng’s secret eden, you’ll find yourself surrounded by towering limestone cliffs, dense forests, and serene rivers. The trek offers a combination of rugged terrains and serene natural beauty. Along the way, you can expect to encounter emerald-green lagoons, cascading waterfalls, and hidden caves. The trek may also include encounters with the warm and welcoming local communities, providing you with insights into their traditional way of life.
The best time to embark on the Mountain Trekking (Secret Eden) adventure in Vang Vieng is during the dry season. The weather is cooler, and the trails are more accessible, making it an ideal time to explore the pristine natural landscapes. During the wet season, some trails may become challenging due to heavy rainfall.
What to Bring and Prepare
When setting out for Mountain Trekking (Secret Eden), it’s crucial to be well-prepared. Here’s a checklist of things to bring:
- Sturdy and comfortable hiking shoes.
- Lightweight, breathable clothing suitable for jungle conditions.
- Sunscreen, insect repellent, and a hat to protect yourself from the elements.
- A small backpack with essentials like water, snacks, a camera, and a first-aid kit.
- A swimsuit if you plan to take a dip in the Blue Lagoon.
- Respectful attire if you plan to visit local communities.
- Ensure you’re physically fit for the trek, as some parts may be challenging.
Vang Vieng Tours provides a range of services to enhance your experience. This might include transportation to and from your accommodation, knowledgeable local guides, equipment such as helmets and life jackets, and refreshments or meals during the trek. We also ensure safety measures are in place for adventurous activities like tubing in the caves.
Mountain Trekking (Secret Eden) in Vang Vieng promises a memorable adventure that unveils the natural treasures of this remarkable region. The captivating scenery and unique experiences are sure to leave a lasting impression, making it a must-visit destination for nature enthusiasts and adventurers.
Mountain Trekking (Secret Eden)
This is a tour of the mountains and countryside around Vang Vieng, a town in Laos. The tour includes a visit to a Hmong village, where you will learn about the culture and traditions of the Hmong people, who are one of the minority tribes in Laos. The tour also includes a trek up a mountain, where you will have the opportunity to enjoy stunning views of the surrounding area. You will also visit a traditional Hmong village in the mountains and a typical Lao village farm, and have the opportunity to relax and swim in a mountain stream.
The tour also includes a visit to the Water Cave, where you can explore the cave by tube, and the Elephant Cave, where you can see the “Elephant Stone” and centuries-old Buddha statues. Finally, you will be transported back to Vang Vieng.
Mountain Trekking to water fall
Start at 9:00 AM arrive 5:00 PM
We will travel to the mountain by car by visiting a Khmu village. a tour of the mountains and countryside around Vang Vieng, a town in Laos. The tour includes a visit to a Khmu village, where you will learn about the culture and traditions of the Khmu people, who are one of the minority tribes in Laos. The tour also includes a trek up a mountain, where you will have the opportunity to enjoy stunning views of the surrounding area and see a big waterfall.
You will also visit a typical Lao farm and have the opportunity to relax and swim in a mountain stream. The tour also includes a visit to a cave, where you will pass under the mountain and exit through a different route to the river. The tour also includes a visit to an organic farm and a jumping bar, where you can watch people jump or rope-swing. Finally, the tour returns to Vang Vieng.