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It was one of the best experiences in my life!
We had two guides (one from Qbar, where we booked the tour, and the other from the village)
The local village guide had a dog to go along and showed us the way. It was...More
One of the best and most adventurous treks of our Asian trip! But be aware that it can be very challenging or even dangerous. We did the trek in July, rainy season. It was raining during the day and the way was very muddy and...More
We went after it had rained and the trail was very slippery. We had been told we would be okay with only sandals and I guess in the end we were but only after slipping and falling a few times. it would have been much...More
I highly recommend doing a tour up to the 100 Waterfalls. The hike is beautiful! Make sure to bring waterproof shoes (Teva etc.) for the way up because you literally climb the waterfall. For the way back, hiking shoes/sneakers are good because they protect your...More
Make sure to book a private guide and go before the large groups from the tour operators start off. Then you will have a very nice trip! Be careful, it's very slippery climbing the waterfall. And be aware of leeches... but you will be awarded...More
There is more than one agent offering the 100 Waterfall Tour at similiar prices but we opted to go on the Tiger Trails tour as they created the original infrastructure and are actively involved in supporting Ban Don Khoun village by using local guides, boats...More
An easy hour by river boat south of Nong Khiaw the walk starts at a very simple Laotian village that has no road access and barely any electricity (I spied 2 very small solar panels and 1 crude run of river hydro machine. Sum total...More
You can be an average walker. There are some parts where the step-up is wide, but then I extended my hand to our guide and asked to be pulled up and there was no problem with that.
It is not considered a steep walk.
Hi, I did the tour with Tiger Trails in Nong Khiaw, the price is dependent on the number of people who go. The more that go the cheaper it is. Once 1 or 2 people sign up for the tour then it's advertised and fills up. When I... More
Hi, I did the tour with Tiger Trails in Nong Khiaw, the price is dependent on the number of people who go. The more that go the cheaper it is. Once 1 or 2 people sign up for the tour then it's advertised and fills up. When I did the tour there were about 6 or 8 of us. For exact pricing it's best to ring Harps at Tiger Trails 071 252655.