Mekong Eden Farm
Mekong Eden Farm lies approximately forty minutes south of Luang Prabang and is accessible by boat only. It is a sustainable organic farm with stunning views and a friendly and casual atmosphere. Mekong Eden Farm was started in February 2017 by Mr. Om Phonepasith (founder of ALaCi – Agroecology Learning and Agribusiness Cooperation Initiative) and is a social enterprise.
Their vision for the farm is that of an ecological farming model and agro-ecology learning center. Their aim is to help support rural farmers while increasing the number of ecological farms in the area. They are promoting ecological farming techniques and sustainable agro-ecotourism along with improving rural households’ economy through agribusiness cooperation. Their overall goal is to achieve sustainable development at the community level.
Interested in agriculture and sustainable farming? Join Mekong Eden Farm on an “Agro-Ecological” educational tours hosted by one of their knowledgeable and friendly staff. Wonder through their lovely grounds while learning how they create sustainable food ecosystems and the different farming techniques they use. Their friendly staff will guide you and answer any questions you may have.
Organic Farm Lunch
Stop for a delicious organic lunch made fresh from the garden and served with organic herbal teas. Learn about the food you’re eating while surrounded by nature and fantastic Mekong scenery. You won’t want to leave.
Lunch menus are forever changing with the seasons. Keeping it fresh and allowing guests to experience various kinds of healthy recipes with rich flavors, organic ingredients and a variety of local herbs from the gardens. Mekong Eden Farm offers Lao traditional cuisine mixed with fusion recipes and baking from their wood oven. No MSG added.
Departing LP: 45 mins
Returning to LP: 1hr 10 mins.
Mekong Eden Farm. Accessible by boat only.
Agro-Ecological Tours – Approx. 1 hr.
Organic Farm Lunch – Approx. 2 hr.
Basic outdoor toilet.
Everyday: 9am – 5pm.
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