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Stop At: Marvelaos Travel and Tour, Savannakhet, Laos
Day 1-Savannakhet - Phin at 7:00 am, the tourists will travel from Kaisorn district to Phine district by public transport (trucks). The 150 km long distance takes 3-4 hours.
the tourists will walk into the forest from Km 21 to Vongsy village with 10 km long. In the forest, the tourists will feel and experience the ecological system and diversity of forest types along the way such as mixed dry dipterocarp forest, dry jungle, group of stones and bamboo forest.
we will meet villagers and tourist groups will meet them, then walk, observe, and feel the Katang ethnic group’s lifestyle throughout daily livelihood such as: rice dehusking, sewing, weaving and cooking.
Day 2 walking in Dongsaky forest, seeing Taloung and Khadeang (wildlife) in the afternoon and evening: refreshing yourself in Xebanghieng river: after reaching to the village and meeting villagers, the villagers will accompany you to play in Xebanghieng river proceeding by local tuk-tuk truck.In the evening, there will be dinner with villagers, learning culture and belief of Katang ethnic group through Baci ceremony, fairy tale storytelling, learning Katang languages, and later sleeping over in local houses (Baci ceremonies will be organized for Nyang village and Vongsikeo village)
Day 3:Xebanghieng river trip: You will travel from Nyang village to Kengtaperngnang of a length of 4 km after lunch where we say goodbye to our host villagers. Along the way, the tourists will learn and understand the villagers’ belief on traces on the ancient stones such as ancient cart-wheel-prints and giant footprints. Moreover, we will learn about Long cave based on Katang ethnic group’s belief before walking into the cave, later leaving Nyang village after finishing breakfast and saying goodbye to villagers. After short trekking at day 3, we will get the motor boat at Lapernnang rapid about 1hour. At the rapid of Kengsammuchteak the transport will pick up you there and back to Phine and Savannkhet.
Duration: 20 minutes