Experience Eco Tourism along the Mekong

History and geography have kept many of Laos’ natural treasures well hidden. But eco tourists will discover that this idyllic southeastern Asian country offers plenty of outdoor attractions tucked away in its hillside along the upper Mekong. Luang Phrabang is a magical place at the junction of the Mekong and Nam Khan rivers. It is also the confluence of French colonial elegance and Asian mysticism. Ecotourism in this ancient city is just coming into its own, bringing new financial opportunities for the local populace while ensuring the preservation of the natural ecosystems for generations to come.


The diverse terrain and biodiversity of the regions provides almost limitless number of activities for tourists. Probably the most popular destination in the area is the Elephant sanctuary that is located less than an hour from the old capital. The sanctuary is at the heart of the effort of local tribes to save this national symbol and provide a new source of income for the area. The sanctuary provides a natural setting for visitors to interact with elephants in non-exploitative environment.


Another popular destination near Luang Phrabang is the Nam Ha Protected Area located northwest of Luang Phrabang an ASEAN Heritage Site. Nam Ha is rich in biodiversity and arrangements can be made for biking and trekking expeditions through the park. You can take a guided trip on bamboo rafts down the Nam Tha River. Afterwards, experience staying in a local village with dinner collected from the forest.


When you are thinking about your next adventure, take time to find out about Wild Ark’s innovative and forward-looking approach to world travel. Sophie and Mark Hutchinson were concerned that our race to discover virgin vacation destinations would only hasten their demise. They introduce a new outlook on how to experience the remaining wild spaces. Part of the price of your vacation will go toward saving endangered ecosystems that you experience. Wild Arks experts will help create a vacation for Luang Phrabang or one of the other remaining spots that haven’t been overran by development. Contact Wild Ark online at http://wildark.com/get-in-touch/ to see about setting up an experience you’ll never forget.


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