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Vientiane Orchids Trek - 1 day

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Vientiane Orchids Trek - 1 day Destination: VientianeOrchidsTrek

Duration:1 days/ 0 nights

Price: from US0

Feature:Spend a day in the Phou Khao Kway National Park, exploring the breathtaking scenery and magnificent waterfalls. Home to over 50% of the wild orchid species of Laos, this trek is a unique opportunity to learn more about these plants and seek them out in their natural environment. Specialized guides lead you through the park identifying the flora and fauna which co-exist in this fabulous park.




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Tours highlight :

  • Experience pristine Laos wildlife
  • See waterfalls, mountains, gorges and sandstone cliffs
  • Observe the national park's beautiful orchids

Vientiane : This delightfully friendly capital, studded with crumbling French mansions, bougainvillea­-blooming streets and steaming noodle stalls, is somewhere between a big town and a diminutive city; the kind of place you might find a Graham Greene protagonist. Its conveniently compact travellers’ enclave is based around Nam Phu, the Mekong riverside and Setthariat and Samsenthai streets.

Full of things to see, from Buddha Park to the Morning market and an impossibly rich selection of international cuisine – most pointedly French – you’ll find yourself slowly won over by the easy charms of this evolving backwater. The city may reveal its beauty less readily than Luang Prabang, but spend a few days visiting its unusual sights, sampling its excellent food and enjoying a Beer Lao at sunset by the river, and you’ll soon feel at home here.

Operation : Daily departure

Duration : 1 day

Tour route : Vientiane Orchids Trek

Brief description : Spend a day in the Phou Khao Kway National Park, exploring the breathtaking scenery and magnificent waterfalls. Home to over 50% of the wild orchid species of Laos, this trek is a unique opportunity to learn more about these plants and seek them out in their natural environment. Specialized guides lead you through the park identifying the flora and fauna which co-exist in this fabulous park.

AM: Depart from Vientiane early in the morning for a 1.5 hour drive to your starting point. The Orchids Trek will lead you through Phou Khao Kway national park, one of the closest National Parks to Vientiane. The terrain is filled with waterfalls, rugged mountains, gorges, and sandstone cliffs. The park is home to more than 50% of the wild orchid species of Laos and a variety of different plants. Likewise, Phou Khao Kway is home to a diverse animal population, including wild elephants.

Start walking from Pha Xay where you will enjoy a beautiful view on the waterfalls. Trek through the varied landscape of bamboo forests, evergreen forests, rainforest, and open air fields immersing yourself in the parks natural beauty. Of course along your way you may observe some orchids and spot some indigenous wildlife. Your guide will know the best spots for wild orchid growth and if you are fortunate enough to spot many plants, you will be amazed at the vibrant colors and shapes of these elusive flowers.

PM: Stop for a picnic lunch alongside a river bank. Soak in the tranquility of the area and keep an eye out for the beautiful butterfly species that flutter about.
Resume your walk, continue toward Tad Xay waterfall. The water cascades down seven levels and is a great place for swimming or a rest before to end your trek, past more orchids and back to Vientiane. Return to Vientiane around 5:30pm.

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Our prices include: Private car / van,  tour guide, entrance fee (s), picnic lunch and complimentary water.

Our prices excludeDrinks, gratuities, personal expenses, camera fees (if any) and insurance.

What to bringPassport, change of clothes, sun-glasses & hat, sun-block, insect repel, flashlights, good shoes, cable locks.


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