Luang Prabang, Laos, November 09, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- We all know how red and white wines are made in the West but how about rice wine? Extracted from some of the most remote parts of Asia, there is an art to it particularly in the Ban Gnoyhai Village in Laos.
This November, Kamu Lodge –a pioneer in sustainable tourism in Laos- has drawn up a new itinerary for travellers to explore secret wine making recipes of the Khmu villagers that have been passed down through generations. Guests are invited to savor the aromatic alcoholic flavors from clay jars and learn about the unique process.
From only US$140/ person on twin sharing basis, the Traditional Wine Tour of Kamu Lodge is valid from 1st to 30th of November 2015 and encompasses the following:
• Return transfer to the lodge in the jungle
• Cruising the Mekong River
• Entrance fee at Pakou Caves
• Rural activities (fishing, gold panning, archery and games)
• Kamu homemade rice wine presentation and tasting
• All meals (2 lunches, 1 dinner and 1 breakfast)
• Safari tent accommodation
To book, contact email@example.com or your favourite travel agent.
About Kamu LodgeE (www.kamulodge.com)
Kamu Lodge Experience is a 20-tent eco-resort located 30 kilometers upstream from Luang Prabang. Each lodge is a hybrid affair, part-safari tent and part-thatched sala. Solar panels power lights and fans, and heat water for hot showers. The lodge celebrates an earthy, authentic experience reminiscent of the Laos that greeted famed explorer Henri Mouhot when he traveled through the region in the 1860s. A part of the lodge’s revenue goes to a fund to support the nearby Khmu Villagers.