• Nalae Boat Trip
  • Phoukha Trekking
  • Namlong Waterfall
  • Akha Visti
  • NamHa Treking
  • Poumpouk Stupa
Nalae Boat Trip

Nalae

Nalae District is located in the southwest of Luang Namtha province, with Bokeo to the west and Oudomxay to the south and east.  Nalae is bisected lengthways by the Nam Tha River, which provides the district with its main source of transport and communication to other towns and provinces.  There is a 78km all wheather […]

Phoukha Trekking

Viengphoukha

Vieng Phoukha is a mountainous district located in the south of Luang Namtha Province on Road 3 about 60 Km from Luang Namtha. It has a total land area of 1,866 square kilometers, bordering Namtha, Nalae and Long District as well as Bokeo Province with a population of 18,727 people in 2005. Most people in […]

Namlong Waterfall

Muang Long

Muang Long is a mountainous District the west of Muang Sing that shares a 48 km long border with Myanmar. There are over nine ethnic groups in this heavily Akha District. Other ethnic groups in the area included Thai Leu, Kouy Soung, Kouy Luang, Hmong, Laen Taen, and Tai Daeng. The main attractions in Muang Long is […]

Akha Visti

Muang Sing

Muang Sing District is located in Luang Namtha’s far northwest bordering Myanmar and China’s Yunnan province with historic Muang Sing Town as its administrative and economic centre. Its landscape is predominantly mountainous with elevation ranging between 540 to 2,094 meters, traditionally dominated by forest and upland swidden farming. The rainy season lasts from May to […]

NamHa Treking

Luang Namtha

Tucked in the northwestern corner of Lao PDR, Luang Namtha covers an area of 9,391 square kilometers with more than 85% of its terrain being low calciferous mountains that rise to between 800 – 2,000 meters above sea level. The highest point (2,094 masl) is found in Vieng Phoukha District and several peaks that approach […]

Poumpouk Stupa

Welcome to Luang Namtha

Archaeological evidence including stone tools found in the Nam Jook River Valley in Vieng Phoukha and cliff paintings near Nale suggest that Luang Namtha Province was inhabited as early as 6,000 years ago. The first local written account of the province’s history appears in the Xieng Khaeng Chronicles that recount the founding of Xieng Khaeng […]