Nam Ha National Protected Area

Located about 5km in the South West of Luang Namtha Province, Nam Ha National Protected Area is known as one of the entire places for nature lovers, which deserves to be explored.
The park has been designated and classified as a world natural heritage by UNESCO in 1993. With an area of 2,224 square km stretching from the Chinese border to the middle of Namtha province, the Nam Ha National Park’s landscape is very diverse, characterized by the tropical forest with big old trees, a range of mountains, some grassland and many large rivers, streams and waterfalls.

Exploring Nam Ha NPA

Besides the beauty of the landscape, the park is a broad suite of habitats for wildlife in Laos. More than 30 mammal and 300 bird species inhabit here, The Nam Ha is said to be one of Laos’s largest protected areas. It is also populated with some ethnic minority groups such as Tai Lue, Tai Dam, Hmong, Khamu, Akha, Lantaen, Lahu, Yao, …

Trekking Nam Ha NPA

Nam Ha NPA is an ecotourism destination and offers off the beaten track adventurous eco hiking or trekking routes. Coming here, you will have an opportunity to explore breathtaking mountain views, the diverse environments, enjoy local food and learn about the lifestyle and culture of ethnic minority groups. Depending on your interests and your time frame, you can choose a one-day tour, 2-day tour or longer day tours in Nam Ha. The trip can be a combination of trekking, kayaking, rafting, mountain-biking activities and staying at a homestay in traditional villages. All kinds of these experiences will make you unforgettable.