2 Days on the Mekong – a Boat Trip Laos is still one of those underrated countries in Southeast Asia. Still it’s a country worth considering to visit. Especially a boat trip along the Mekong river is a great place to start seeing this beautiful country. When I was traveling around Laos, I started the … Read moreAlong the Mekong River|From Houei Say to Luang Prabang
At the end of June we had the opportunity to steer a house boat along the Saone in the Region Franche-Comté. A long dreamt dream for me came true. House boating in France. Here are some impressions from our tour on Instagram. View this post on Instagram House boating along the Saône in France. Cheers! It's … Read moreInstagram Moments: The Beauty Of House Boating In France
If you´re an adrenaline and action junkie you wouldn´t be too happy about traveling on a house boat. If you like slow travel and want to get rid of and forget your stressful days at home, being on a house boat is the perfect vacation. The Saône flows slowly along the region Franche-Comté in the eastern part of France … Read moreSlow Travel Along The Saône River With A House Boat
Are you thinking about renting a house boat in France? No matter if you steer along the Saône in the region Franche-Comté or any other place in France. Here are some general tips and facts you need to know for enjoying a house boating trip. Tips and What You Need To Know There is no licence … Read moreHouse Boating In France – What You Need To Know
The Verdon Gorge in the Provence, France is one of the largest canyons in Europe. With a length of about 21 km and a depth up to 700 m it is an impressive sight. Even more impressive is the turquoise water of the Verdon. It winds sloooowly through the canyon. During our Road Trip along … Read moreKayaking The Verdon Gorge in the Provence
Spending a day at the Khouang Waterfalls and with the Moon Bears
Only 29 km away from Luang Prabangand a little hike through a forest you will see an amazing wonder of nature.
The Khouang Waterfalls in Khouangsi
Turquoise waterpools and cascades were formed long ago. A place to stay forever….
Swimming in the natural pools or watching the big waterfall from a bench makes you wanting to stay. Stay. Stay.
Children are swinging on a rope and jump into the warm turquoise water, families and hikers are having picknicks and enjoy the view in the shade of the many trees.
Lazy, shy bears
Walking back I stopped at the 2003 founded Asiatic Bear Rescue Center. Asiatic Bears, the Moon Bears, were rescued or confiscated from poachers and spend their time now in the Rescue Center.
The bears – when living in the wilderness – are found in China and Asia in mountain forests up to 4000 m.
The Free the Bears Fund cares about the bears. To me the bears seemed shy. (I would be the same if hundreds of people would try to see me through a fence every day). I saw only one bear which was lying lazy in a swing.
If you are in Luang Prabang, Laos it is only a short trip to the Khouang Waterfalls and the Asiatic Black Bear Rescue Center and definitely worth a trip seeing the turquoise beauty and the lazy bears.
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5 Things to Know Being Aboard A Catamaran and Learn Why 1. Learn to identify where the wind comes from (I don´t talk about learning how to sail faster 😉 ) 2. Never, ever put anything unless toilet paper into the toilet 3. Don´t underestimate the power of a rope | I am not superwoman 4. … Read moreTransatlantic Crossing | 5 Things To Know Being Aboard