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Discover the Nam Kat Waterfall
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Operated by the Oudomxay Provincial Tourism Department and supported by DED

Nam Kat Waterfall
  1. Why should I go to the Nam Kat Waterfall?

    Discover the Heart of Northern Lao Why rush on, pass a wonderful day in the nature near Oudomxay. This new day trip will take you to the wild valley and beautiful waterfall in the Houay Nam Kat Reserve a provincial protected area about 20 km southeast of Oudomxay (Muang Xay or Udom Xai). You will walk up the valley through a pristine forest to the Nam Kat Waterfall where you enjoy picnic lunch in beautiful scenery.

  2. When can I do the tour?

    The tour starts every day in the morning about 8:30 a.m. and you come back in the evening between 5 and 6 p.m.

  3. Where do I get more information?

    A picnic lunch with Lao food and Lao people

    You can get more information at the Oudomxay Tourist Information in the town center in front of the new market
    Tel.: + 856-81-212-483.

  4. Where can I get the tickets?

    Tickets are available at Oudomxay Tourist Information in the town center in front of the new market Tel.: + 856-81-212-483.

  5. What's included?

    The trek  includes all costs like fees, transport, guides and the picnic lunch. The group should not be greater than eight persons. If you are less than four persons the price has to be negotiated because the fix cost (transportation to the starting point) are quite high.

  6. Things to bring along for the trip!

    You need normal condition for a 4 hour walk about 2,5 hour up and 1,5 h down. Good shoes, warm clothes in the cold season (November to February) are required, depending the season, you might get wet shoes by passing small rivers/streams.

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