Natane Valley

Natane Valley

Reachable either through the Konglor cave or a descending trail from the Nakai Plateau, Natane Valley is wild and fragile.

Here, men and women live according to the seasons. During monsoons, some villages are completely isolated. people live in traditional houses on stilts. Rice and tobacco provide the main sources of incomes. Along fields and rice paddies, are some tobacco barns.

In Natane, weaving is an important activity of women’s daily life while basketry made from straw, rattan and reed craft is reserved for men who then use in their daily activities (agriculture, fishing, cooking, transportation, etc.).

Tourism helps boosting the economy of crafts and therefore to preserve ancestral practices.

Artisanat
Artisanat

Existing tourist activities (mountain biking, hiking, crafts, accommodation) are managed by the community tourism group.

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Map of the Valley