Spotting wildlife in Laos’ reserve

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Spotting wildlife in Laos’ reserve

For those seeking spectacular wildlife exploration, the Nam Et-Phou Louey National Protected Area in north-eastern Laos covers a 4,000 sq-km area rich in biodiversity.

Abundant species have been spotted in this location including elephants, tigers and black bears. Explorers can take to biking and walking trails, as well as natural hot springs. A highlight activity is a boat-based, night-time wildlife spotting tour.

As a base, Viengthong town contains a visitor centre, basic accommodation and restaurants.

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