Unique tree-house at Pa Suam waterfall
© all rights reserved
We visit an ethnic Lave village at the Pa Suam waterfall. Located in the coffee capital of Laos Bolaven plateau and home to many ethnic tribes. Pa Suam is a beautiful waterfall and is a perfect place for a picnic. You can stroll around and check out the various ethnic villages and can stay overnight at one of the tree house type bungalows or opt for a homestay at an ethic village, the choice is yours. There about 160 ethnic groups in Laos speak a total of 82 distinct living languages. A homestay in an ethnic Lave village. Supposedly less than 350 Lave tribe members are left in the world. Lave are a subgroup of the main ethnic group called Gietrieng along with other minority subgroups Gié Dgieh, Tareh, Trieng Treng, Ve, Panoong Bnoong. The population of the Gietrieng is estimated on 27.000. The local authorities encourages ethnic residents to become involved in tourism in the area so they can earn income while preserving their culture.
Photo taken at an ethnic Lave village at the Pa Suam waterfall - Laos.
The Luam Pa waterfall is located on the Bolaven Plateau and is a great spot to spend a lazy afternoon or a quiet overnight stay at a unique tree-house type of bungalow. An unique homestay in an ethnic Lave village.