FULL DAY TREK TO TAD SAE WATERFALL — TOUR CODE:F15
TREKKING THROUGH STUNNING LANDSCAPES OF JUNGLE WITH A BACKDROP OF KARST MOUNTAINS. VISIT KHMU VILLAGE AND TAD SAE WATERFALL
|Price||US$ 40 / PAX|
|Application period||3 months advance - Day before your trip 8:30 pm (Laos time UTC + 07:00)|
|Departure point||Your accommodation in Luang Prabang|
|Departure date||Everyday (We accept to change the date of tour if you contact us by 7:00 PM day before)|
Date Change/Cancel are available according to the policies defined in the terms & conditions
Your tour experience begins with a transportation service pick up from your accommodation between 8:30 am – 9:00 am, we head off our way south to Ban Long Or. Cross the Nam Khan River by boat to the opposite village Ban Suan Dala and begin our 2 hours trek through beautiful jungle, rice paddies. Our first destination is a Khmu village Ban Hoay Fai. We will have a lunch break in the village and have an opportunity to learn about traditional culture and life of the Khmu people.
After lunch break, we will continue another 40 min trek to Tad Sae Waterfall. Each rainy season these falls erupt with life as the extra water from the mountains plunge over the flat rocks. The natural pools at the base of the waterfall are a must for a swim. (Optional elephant riding/bathing available in Tad Sae Waterfall)
We stay 2 hours in the waterfall and take a boat to the opposite village Ban Aen. From there, we go back to Luang Prabang by vehicle. (4:00-5:00PM)
Recommended to join in this tour with two or more people. If you apply for the “1 Participants” fee, the reservation will be confirmed even for one person with payment of approximately twice the fee. However, if there are other participants on the day of the tour, the difference US$80 from “2-4 Participants” will be refunded later. Please ask your tour guide during your tour.
Tat Sae Waterfalls, also referred to as the Tad Sae Waterfalls are waterfalls located along a tributary of the Nam Khan River in Luang Prabang Province, Laos. They are located about 18 kilometres southeast of Luang Prabang The best season from August to December