The Asian responsible tourism or ecotourism movement has found its roots here
Trekking in the jungle, kayaking the bustling rivers, spending a night in a remote village, make sure you are indulging yourself and your team with the most resourceful once-in-a-life experience.
The Far Norths responsible tourism and ecotourism has gained accolades thanks to its most prominent exposure towards environment in the Nam Ha protected area and with hilltribes located in the up North mountainous regions: Khamu, Akha, Hmong being the most well known ethnic groups.
Trekking in the jungle of Nam Ha, kayaking the bustling Nam Ou river, spending a night into a remote village of Phongsaly province, make sure you are indulging yourself and your team with the most resourceful once-in-a-life experience.
The area offers ample possibilities for team building, outdoor sports and responsible tourism with many picturesque villages that propose amazing half-day excursions to place such as charming Muang La, Nong Khiaw or Muang Sing to name just a few.
Cruising, mountain biking, motor biking, bicycling, trekking, helicopter flights, Laos’ far North is the ideal playground for those groups in search of adrenalin and emotion filled encounters and experiences. A paradise for photographers also.