Bokeo has the fantastic Nature Reserve and “hidden paradise” in Laos where to experience the authentically nature-friendly and safari lifestyle. For anybody that is fan of Nature, the travel to Bokeo Laos empowers them to stay clear of trauma and live the way they like.

A Glimpse of Bokeo

Bokeo Province is located in the north of Laos, having the smallest size and the least number of inhabitants in the country. The highlights of this little and not-crowded destination refer to the exceptional culture of 34 ethnic groups, the amazing greenness of the lush jungles, the wooden houses, and the peaceful vibe. Most of the time, Bokeo has no bustle and hustle as people cherish the peaceful life. Sharing the borders with Thailand, this province features the cultural mix that is hard to find elsewhere.  Note that this province belongs to the “Golden Triangle” area. If you ask for the off-the-beaten-track places in Laos to experience the ethnic culture, then think of Bokeo where to relish the primitive charm of both nature and ethnic groups in Laos. The smallest and least populous yet very charming Bokeo will not disappoint you.

The Excellent Ecotourism in Bokeo Nature Reserve

Bokeo Nature Reserve covers around 123.000 ha of the primitive tropical forests with the rare biological values of both flora and fauna. There people can see some of the endangered animals such as black-cheeked gibbons, elephants, tigers, bears, wild water buffalos, monkeys, etc., plus many kinds of birds and insects. In particular, the black-cheeked gibbons are the precious populations that was thought to be extinct in the previous time. The Nature Reserve was established in 2004 to give protection to the valuable tropical forests as well as the endangered species. And nowadays, it grows to be the attractive destination for ecotourism in Laos.

The area is now spotlighted with the exceptional and appealing houses on the trees, overlooking the pristine forest spectacle, the far-off mountain, and the fairylike view in the mist. Without a doubt, the nature lovers desire to unwind and shelter in the houses amidst the primeval jungles. It’s very exciting to view sunrise and sunset over the green grandeur from the nature-friendly settings. You get the most genuine safari experiences in the protected area where the endangered animals are kept safe and thriving.

Setting foot in Bokeo Nature Reserve, you will be impressed by the spacious and mind-blowing spectacle dotted with the lovely houses on the trees. In this ecotourism paradise, the travelers get opportunities to use the cable cars to reach the green houses and experience the unstable movements on the rope bridges. The key of the tour to Bokeo lies in the pristine, different, and unique atmosphere in which you get immersed in the absolute Nature. The fresh air in the early morning can definitely win the praises and mesmerize anybody that sleeps in the houses on the trees. Just stand at the balcony to cherish the absolutely dramatic moments. After hours of walking inside the jungles, it’s perfect to return to the lovely houses on the trees and have the sound sleep. From the high position, there is no limit to spread the eyes toward the infinite greenness and the magnificent mountainous terrain. In some moments, you can even marvel how the Creator creates such the magical land, and then remind yourself to be more responsible for the environment than before.

Know that some parts of the Nature Reserve are set for the residents to do farming and the other parts are dedicated to ecotourism as well as the safari experience. The organization that manages and defend this area is The Gibbon Experience Bokeo Laos, under the acceptance of Laos Government since the years of 2007. They develop the ecotourism in Bokeo in the long-term directions that keep Nature as primitive as possible and create the farming jobs for the local workforces. In this way, the eco-tour packages let you witness the unspoiled forest zones and become parts of the charming Nature. The expeditions also improve your environmental knowledge so that you might join the groups of anti-deforestation. Once you have fallen in love with the green beauty, you can do some vital acts to protect the environment and share with the whole world.

Groups of explorers have been sharing with each other about the beauty and attractiveness of Bokeo Nature Reserve. And of course, it’s easy to find hundreds of dramatic pictures taken in the ecotourism site which can bewitch and urge you to pack and go as soon as possible. The photos of the endless forest from the houses on the trees, the harmonious relationship between human and Nature, the relaxed facial expressions of the tourists, etc., all can inspire the actual visit to Bokeo.

The simple yet free and relaxing lifestyle in the houses on the trees amidst the tropical forests is hard to find elsewhere. Have you ever thought of taking a bath in the open-air bathroom in the middle of the jungle? There in Bokeo, you can try it out and see how wonderful it feels. Getting immersed in the untouched nature and the fresh air is what many people are seeking for whenever they can. So if you have a chance to tour to Laos in the next Indochina exploration, then invest your days off in Bokeo Nature Reserve.

Spend a night at the tree houses around 45m above the forest floor, and you will remember the wild experiences forever. To most of the visitors, they find it hard to forget the rope bridges, the lush tropical forest canopy, the pretty houses on the trees, the miraculous sunrise, the magical sunset, etc. They call Bokeo Nature Reserve with the intimate name “The hidden paradise of Laos.” Therefore, come to see for yourself whether this destination is worth being called the paradise and how the protected areas can remain unspoiled. There are lots of things to enjoy in this retreat, and all of the surprises are positive and joyful. Believe it, the eco enjoyment and wild holiday taste might go far beyond your expectation.

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