Kayak the mighty Mekong in Asia, departing Ban Lad Khammune village and arriving in Luang Prabang 1, 2 or 3 days later depending on your choice of tour.
Explore the mighty Mekong River in Laos on a Mekong Kayaks’ river adventure with 2 or 3 day cruises, mountain biking, village home-stay, or camping on an isolated beach surrounded by the jungle.
Or you can mountain bike over snaking trails through the jungle for 25 kms and then kayak 60 kms back to Luang Prabang in Laos.
The choice is yours. Or take a 300+ km 2 or 3 day VIP boat cruise from Huay Xai in Laos on the Thai border to Luang Prabang and spend a night in a remote riverside village.
So remember Kayaking The Mighty Mekong River Laos for the best kayaking or kayak trip in Laos your Mekong river adventure trip starts here.
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Where did you last travel that left you challenged, excited and exhilarated?
Now you can cross the Mekong River off your bucket list.
For the first time overnight kayaking tours of the mighty Mekong River in Laos are available.
It’s like stepping into a time machine where the culture has been unchanged for generations, where there’s no roads, cars, distributed power or phones. The river is the only highway and contact with the outside world.
Join us for one of the most unique travel adventures you’ll ever experience.
You will enjoy the majesty and serenity of the Mekong, as you kayak through jungle clad gorges beneath karst mountain peaks, as it threads its way towards the United Nation’s World Heritage city of Luang Prabang.
Spend the first night in a remote, riverside village where you’ll be welcomed as guests of honour with a warm, traditional bicee ceremony, and experience authentic Lao hospitality and culture.
The next morning your professional guides will brief you on our safety procedures and we’ll head off a few clicks down river to the camp site. Dinner will be served beside the river under the stars on the edge of the jungle.
On the way we’ll stop off at the famous Pak Ou Caves home of thousands of Buddha images.
We then have a brief stop for drinks at an island temple before arriving in Luang Prabang late afternoon.
This 60km 3 day, 2 night kayaking trip is a trip of a lifetime, don’t miss it.
See you there! It’s the most fun you’ll ever have with your pants on.