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We stayed here as part of a wonderful 3 day cruise down the Mekong from north Thailand into Laos. This is a fascinating eco-tourist resort that seems to have a strong ethical relationship with the neighbouring village, providing various employments for the local people and...More
We arrived around lunchtime after a river boat trip up the Mekong, and were met by Oliver, the very charismatic and warm General Manager. You are accomodated in new and really comfortable and grand tents, which rely only on solar power. We were very privileged...More
It is definitely a special place, about 3 1/2 hours by boat from Luang Prabang, at the edge of a small Khamu village (That's why it is called Kamu Lodge). A few tents on a paved platform under a bamboo-straw hut with some views onto...More
It was something quite unexpected, to stay in a giant tent but with partial hotel facilities. There are no power points though, so be prepared to do without your gadgets and electronics.
The entire place is very pleasant except the mosquitoes, so make sure u...More
Very enjoyable stay at this Eco-lodge, which is what it says it is. No mains electricity, so when there is no sun, there is no hot water and limited power from it's batteries for it's glamping accommodation.
24 of 28 staff are from next door...More
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Hi - children are more than welcome to stay at Kamu Lodge, the thing to be mindful of (as the other traveler has suggested) is that the only access to and from the lodge is by boat. It's a steep walk on sand from the boat... More
Hi - children are more than welcome to stay at Kamu Lodge, the thing to be mindful of (as the other traveler has suggested) is that the only access to and from the lodge is by boat. It's a steep walk on sand from the boat to the village area, however it's manageable for kids and our staff are on hand to assist as needed. Also need to be aware that there is only solar power to supply the hot water in the bathrooms and any electricity on property. The facilities in the tents are comfortable and on a terracotta tiled floor - the 4 of you would share in the same tent. The bathroom has a shower with no bathtub. If you would like any additional or specific information, please contact our team by email: info@kamulodge
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"All fales (fortified tents) are in good locations"