Luang Prabang Motorbike Tour to Jungle Trails and Plain of Jars - 3 Days via Vieng Thong takes you on challenging rides to explore beautiful nature & landscapes of Laos cum a very great world heritage in Xieng Khouang – Plain of Jars.
DAY 1: Luang Prabang To Vieng Thong ( L , D )
You will begin the tour by riding northeast out of town on a short stretch of tarmac before switching over to a stunning graded section through the Lao countryside. You will then turn back onto the tarmac for roughly 70km into Vieng Thong, a small Lao village that is far from the tourist trail. We will stay overnight here at local guesthouse.
DAY 2: Vieng Thong to Phonsavan ( B , L , D )
Today, you will begin riding off-road along dirt trailsheading south towards Phonsavanh, the capital of Xiangkhoang Province. The route from Vieng Thong has some challenging twist and turns that will take us up to the old United States’ air base, LS36, and to the steel drum village of Ban Nakout before emerging into the wide-open plains of jars in Phonsavanh.
DAY 3: Phnmsavan back to Luang Prabang ( B , L )
After breakfast, you will head out west on wide open roads through some remote areas of the country, With over 140 km of off-road riding, this will be one of your longest days out on the bike. This route features some river crossings and challenging trails through the mountains as you head back to Luang Prabang.
Our tour price based on group size so please contact us for our promotion
The price includes:
- English Speaking guide
- Accommodation in tour – 2 nights
- Transportation: Bikes 250cc and helmet
- Gas for all bikes, Boat and local ferry in tour
- Meals as indicated (B= Breakfast, L= Lunch, D=Dinner)
- Government Taxes, Travel Permits
- Drinking water for riding day
- Entrance fees
The price excludes:
- Accommodation in Luang Prabang
- Support transportation for luggage
- Visa, soft drinks, tips for guide and driver
- Meals not mentioned in the proposal
- Any other services not mentioned in the proposal
- Banking fees
- Travel insurance
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