Vientiane Province Jungle tours

Our most recommended Vientiane Province Jungle tours

Vang Vieng: Kayaking & Cave Tubing with Zip Line/Blue Lagoon

1. Vang Vieng: Kayaking & Cave Tubing with Zip Line/Blue Lagoon

Start your full-day adventure with pickup from your hotel in Vang Vieng and join a 6-mile ride north to Ban Vieng Samai, the kayak starting point. Your kayaking guide will provide you with paddling instructions before you set off downstream on Nam Song River. On the journey, glide over many small rapids and enjoy the scenery of the incredible mountain karts along both sides of the river. Then, take a break from your kayaking tour with a visit to Tham Nam Cave. Tube inside the marvelous, 1,640-foot-long cave, dragging yourself with the help of a fixed rope. Take some time to enjoy a picnic lunch and then hop back on your kayak, paddling until you reach the center of Vang Vieng. Afterwards, you will have the choice to either be transferred back to your hotel, or to participate in activities such as zip lining and swimming in the Blue Lagoon 1. Before the zip line experience, your guide will walk you through instructions and safety training. Fly 4,440 feet over the green forest and river. The journey consists of 7 lines, 12 platforms, and 2 bridges. The Blue Lagoon 1 is one of the most famous locations in the city. Sit back and relax or jump in the natural pool to cool down. After your fun day out, you will be transferred back to your hotel in Vang Vieng in the evening.

Vang Vieng: Jungle & Caves Full-Day Private Trekking Tour

2. Vang Vieng: Jungle & Caves Full-Day Private Trekking Tour

Get picked up from your hotel in Vang Vieng at 9:00 AM. Drive out to the village of Phathao, located 12 kilometers to the north of Vang Vieng. After reaching the mountain range, climb to an elevation where you’ll find some beautiful panoramic views. It’s the nicest way to see Vang Vieng from high above. Near the top of this ridge lies the Tham Hok Cave. There, you will be met by some of the most impressive stalactites and stalagmites to be found in Vang Vieng’s many caves. After spending some there, make the descent down the far side of the mountain, where "Secret Eden" awaits you. Enjoy plenty of time for a swim in the cool water and a picnic lunch before returning back to your hotel in Vang Vieng.

Vang Vieng: Blue Lagoon and Countryside Bike Tour with Lunch

3. Vang Vieng: Blue Lagoon and Countryside Bike Tour with Lunch

The adventure begins with pickup from your hotel in Vang Vieng at 9am and heads off-road into the surrounding jungle landscapes. On a mountain bike, follow your experienced guide out of town, crossing over the Nam Song River bridge towards Phu Kham Cave. Climb to the top of the mountain to reach the cave and discover the religious statues hidden inside. Continue the ride along the Blue Lagoon Loop, soaking up the breathtaking countryside scenery that surrounds you. Arrive at Vang Vieng’s most popular attraction, Blue Lagoon One, and enjoy some time to cool off in the water and rest your legs. Hop back on your bike for the next part of the tour, which travels across rough dirt roads for about 30 km. There’s plenty of opportunities along the way for a well-deserved break as well as time to take photos of the view. Throughout the ride, pass by several small local villages to learn about the region’s culture and heritage. As the tour comes to an end, cycle your way back towards Vang Vieng and into the center of town. Once you reach the end of the Blue Lagoon Loop, enjoy drop-off to your hotel at around 4pm.

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What people are saying about Vientiane Province

The kayak trip was the best on the whole trip, very peaceful but also some challenges along the river. The cave was a very short activity but fun. We did not zipline, but looked very fun.

Tour guide was great. The people working at the zip lines weren’t the nicest , some were on their phones while hooking people up to the zip line which isn’t reassuring.