Luang Namtha, Laos’ prided adventure capital, is filled to the brim with a stunning variety of activities and experiences to enjoy - so much so that it’s actually hard to keep track of it all. So, to help you along the way in curating your own memorable and comprehensive visit,
Vientiane is often looked over in many Laos travel itineraries because of the notion that it’s a “boring” place to visit. The sleepy city might not be the big and bustling hotspot that one expects of most country capitals but it still has its own unique and interesting charms; from
Luang Namtha is an up-and-coming tourist destination, making its way up the leaderboards to becoming one of the most visited spots not only in the country but also in Asia - and for good reason. Its landscapes of mountains and grasslands, combined with the rich culture and traditions of the
The Nam Ha National Park is home to various exciting and fulfilling activities, including trekking, homestays, and kayaking - and if you book the right tour, you can fit all of those into a multi-day itinerary! We went on one which consisted of a trek and a Sambayler homestay on
I did say that this was an adventure trip, right? So after our first day spent exploring Muang Sing, this time around we set off to go Laos Trekking at the Nam Ha National Park, an ecotourism destination which brings tourists closer to the heart of the Lao spirit, allowing
The Muang Sing District is tucked away in the northwest corner of Luang Namtha at the border of Laos, Myanmar, and China. Aside from its interesting geographical location, it’s also one of the most diverse locations in Laos with a colorful history, rich tapestry of culture, and amazing nature.