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We stayed here for 2nights in October at the end of the rainy season. The journey up and down the Mekong was wonderful, so peaceful and beautiful scenery. The place is very unique, set in beautiful countryside by the Mekong river. The staff were all...More
I went there with the group of 8 persons, for stay one night 2 day, my client were a short farmer and hunter, and rice planting, at evening we were play the petang with the Kamu lodge team. we finished drink some beer Lao, and...More
I regreted not staying longer instead of 1 night as I did.It's out of the crowd of center when I feel slow lifestyle.
I took boat of Kamu Lodge with 3 hours cruising. I was really impressed by the tent and the landscape of the...More
We only stayed here for 1 night but so much was packed in! We were immediately made welcome and went straight to lunch. All the meals were lovely - it shows that you don't need a fancy kitchen to turn out good food.
This was an interesting experience. Set on the Mekong river and next to two small villages, the place has potential, but we went away thinking that more of an effort could be made considering the price we paid.
We were the only guests and stayed...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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"Tents 2,3 and 4 are in sheltered positions, under trees providing good shade and a view towards river."