A northwestern province famous for its location at the infamous Golden Triangle:
the three-bordered intersection of Laos, Myanmar and Thailand.
Nam Kan Provincial Protected Forest.
Lanten, Hmong, Lahu, Yao, Akha, and Tai Lue.
Bokeo has mountains and ethnic minority villages in the
east and the Mekong River and lowland Lao populations to the west.
Bokeo has one of the last remaining populations of black-cheeked
gibbons in Laos, and an innovative canopy forest camp called the Gibbon Experience
has been developed to provide travelers with the opportunity to see and hear the gibbons.
From Houeixai you can make day trips to ethnic Lantaen villages
where the production of traditional saa paper and other crafts can be seen.
Trekking in Bokeo