E-mountain bike excursions in Luang Prabang


The countryside just beyond Luang Prabang city in Northern Laos, is home to traditional Khmu villages, dense jungles and slow meandering rivers. To cover a greater distance and see as much of this beguiling area as possible, your travelers can enjoy access to e-bikes that make exploring more comfortable and easy.


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It means that travelers can take their time when visiting the villages that line the route, stopping whenever they choose to observe local trades, and venture deeper into the thick forest. The starting point begins 14 kilometers outside of Luang Prabang, and they can either take on the full-day option (42 km), which brings them to the stunning Tad Sae Waterfall, or the half-day option (23 km), which heads towards the Nam Khan River. Guests can observe the two friendly elephants who love to play and take baths here, and can even feed them some fruits and give them a splash or two (something the gentle giants absolutely love!). And for those looking for a bit of extra activity, kayaking can be combined into the chosen program.

The flexible itineraries include a delicious lunch with a view overlooking the river (where the elephants will be playing) and surrounding mountains. It’s a lovely program that travelers can take at their own pace, allowing them to truly discover Luang Prabang’s languid countryside and the people of its villages, as well as the region’s pristine environment and special wildlife. Check out the Product Factsheet in our Agent Hub for more insight!


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Matteo Galeazzi

Easia Active Manager

Matteo not only has extensive academic background in tourism, but has also gained valuable insight while living and working in multiple destinations around the world. His energy and enthusiasm for active as well as sustainable travel are what make him a strong driving force within the Easia Active team.


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