The Henri Mouhot
Travel back into history and live the Henri Mouhot experience with us at Luang Prabang!
Surrounded by pristine landscapes, you can escape from reality for the day and visit the Henri Mouhot tomb and trails to the sanctuary.
End the day in the comfort and luxury of our eco-lodge and enjoy a BBQ evening by the shimmering river.
Alexandre Henri Mouhot was a French naturalist and explorer of the mid-19th century.
For nearly three years, from 1858 until he died in Laos in 1861, Henri Mouhot explored the inner regions of Thailand (known as Siam at that time), Cambodia and Laos.
His legacy is a detailed and unfinished diary of his keen observations of the region’s places, people, animals, insects and shells. Some of his notes are the earliest surviving records of previously uncharted areas.
Learn more about Henri Mouhot and his life in Luang Prabang, Laos, with the Henri Mouhot package:
Half-day scenic Henri Mouhot Discovery Trip:
10 am – Departure from Namhkan Ecolodge with a Jeep for a scenic tour
10:30 to 11:00 – Visit the grave of Henri Mouhot with our Tour Guide.
11:30 – Arrival at the Tad Sae Waterfall
11:30 to 13:30 – Enjoy swimming and a delicious picnic prepared by our Chef
14:00 – Back to Namkhan Ecolodge
Package Inclusions :
- Tour guide
- Jeep scenic tour to The Henri Mouhot grave
- Excursion to Tad Sae Waterfalls
- Boat ride to the waterfalls
- Lunch pic nic at the falls
- Swimming time
Price : 121 usd per person half day discovery trip
Add The Henri Mouhot discovery trip to your stay when you book your accommodation and explorer the history of a french naturalist.