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Posted: 04 Jan 2012 | 6:00 am
Nearby Laos is a great testing ground for new conversation and eco resorts in the region.
One project of note is the Shangri-Lao Explorer Camp and Expeditions.
Located just 12 kilometers from the UNESCO Heritage destination of Luang Prabang is the base camp,
From here travelers retrace the steps of 19th century explorer Dr. P. Neis.
The journey with various options includes elephants, bamboo rafts and jungle trails.
A reforestation effort has been undertaken by the venture and aim of protecting both the local culture and restoring the environment.
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