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Ban Nam Dee Homestay “Lanten Village” (ID: LT-HS-01)
Start-Finish: Luang Namtha town
Duration: 1 night & half day
Departure: 3:30 pm
Difficulty: Easy, suitable for families
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Trip Overview
Experience the Lanten culture & tradition, Baci-ceremony, taste local meals, stay overnight with families, participate & learning how to make paper from bamboo, natural dyeing & traditional weaving. Short trek in the preserve forest area, visit waterfall & participate in the day-to-day work of the family.
Tour Detail:
Start at 3:30 PM from our office by Tuk Tuk or bicycle (depending on your preference) to the village of Ban Nam Dee “Lanten” along a dirt road for 6 km. Today you will learn & practice how to make paper from young bamboo, natural dyeing & the traditional weaving, participate the traditional Baci-ceremony & local music, taste local meals, talk about village history with owner homestay & go to bed.
After breakfast the next morning, you have time for short trek through the preserve forest area to see different kind of forest products, visit Nam Dee waterfall, your picnic lunch will prepare on the trail, after lunch you will back to Luang Namtha town.
Season of community based tourism activities:
  • January-March: bamboo-paper-making, planting vegetables, sowing corn, dyeing clothes, weaving
  • April-May: learn & practice how to grow rice on mountain-slopes
  • June-August: learn & practice how to prepare the fields for wet rice, and to plant the seedlings
  • September: plant and care vegetable-gardens
  • October-November: practice how to harvest rice field and the mountain rice or corns
  • December-January: take part in house building and festivals or in collecting food.
Price: Click here to find out the price of the tour
Prices include:
  • Leader guide “English speaking tour guide” & Local guide “who knowledge tradition & culture”
  • Covered transport “Local Tuk Tuk” or Mountain bike “Trek 4300 or 4400 mountain bike”
   
  • Accommodation “Homestay” stay with family
  • Local meals depend on season
  • Homestay owner service charge
  • Drinking water during the trip
  • Cultural performance, Lanten traditional Baci-ceremony & Community based tourism activities
  • Participate in the day-to-day work of the family
  • Tour permit & provincial tax on net income
  • Tour service
Bring a small backpack which should contain following items:
  • Shoes; a good pair of running shoes are perfect, or even better are the lightweight trekking boots.
  • 2 T-shirts (cotton), one short or long pant.
  • 2 pair of socks. Sandals, flip-flop (for the evening in village).
  • Towel (or sarong), swimming suits, toilet and personal effects.
  • Personal prescription drugs, contact lenses, glasses.
  • Sun-cream (waterproof), hat, sunglasses. Mosquito repellent.
  • 1 long sleeves sweater and pants, or jogging suits.
  • Small flashlight, camera and films.
Homestay
Participants must be aware that there are no western-style toilets and washing facilities. Sleeping is on a bamboo or wood floor, dormitory style. Sleeping bags, foam mats & mosquito nets are supplied.
Note:
Homestay itinerary is a basic guideline only & subject to change.
All homestay are supervised by Luang Namtha Provincial of Information, Culture & Tourism Department (PICTD), Laos Community Based Tourism (Laos-CBT) & Phou Iu Travel-Eco-tours which means all areas are frequented by tourists.
 
Contact Us Homestay website Commonity Based Tourism ? Luang Namtha Info
Phonesay Village, Luang Namtha District and Province, Laos
+856-20-2239 0195
laoscbt@gmail.com

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