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Travelling on Luang Say Mekong boat cruise, an overnight stay at Kamu is a must. Felt as though I was living in a special village. My tent was spacious, well appointed and had a hot shower and flush toilet in the bathroom. Chairs on the...More
We spent 2 nights here with our 9 year old and had a great experience. The boat trip to Kamu Lodge via the Pak Ou caves was really enjoyable and our guide, Mr. Lee was incredibly knowledgeable. Mr. Lee (and Olivier, the Kamu Lodge manager)...More
Loved this place... We stayed here on the Luang Say river cruise and it was the highlight of the trip for me. The Eco tents were fun quirky. At this time of year it is crazy hot but I found the little solar fans were...More
We stayed overnight here as part of our boat trip down the Meekong river . The tent accommodation was a great experience , it can get very hot though and the little solar operated fans above your bed don't really do much to cool you...More
The long boat road from Luang Prabang to Kamu Lodge was enjoyable and breathtaking! The guide, Tong, was fantastic and on call to ensure all our needs were met. His knowledge of the area was immense and we were impressed by his relationships he had...More
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US$270 - US$270 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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."