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Explore Northern Laos by Mountain Bike

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Monday, 19 January 2009

One of Asias newest adventure travel operators The Indochina Trekking Company is offering mountain bike enthusiasts a rare opportunity to get off the beaten track and explore unspoiled northern Laos with the release of a new 12-day cycling program.

Commencing with a full day sightseeing tour in the UNESCO World heritage-listed township of Luang Prabang in northern Laos, the Laos magical northern mountains by bike program has been designed to showcase much of the countrys untouched natural beauty while providing an in-depth insight into the local people whose lifestyle has remained unchanged for centuries.

Program highlights include visits to several other regional townships route including Muong Khua, Phong Saly, Muong Sinh, Luang Nam and mountainous Phong Saly close to the border with China.

The program also includes two cruise components - a Mekong River cruise between Luang Prabang and Muang Ngoi and a Nam Ou River ride which includes several white water sections.

With daily rides ranging from between 40-100 kilometres the tour is ideal for most cyclists.

The Laos magical northern mountains by bike program is priced from US$3139 per person twin share. Group rates are also available. The rate includes most meals, all accommodation, activities and cycling equipment.

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