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We became aware of Way Kambas National Park on the island of Sumatra, Indonesia because of the fund raising of Show-Me Tigers and the International Elephant Foundation to preserve native habitat for elephants and Sumatran tigers and rhinos. The only logical place to stay near...More
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Response from ecolodgesindonesia, Owner at Satwa Elephant Eco LodgeResponded 27 February 2017
Thank you for your interesting report on our Satwa Sumatra Elephant Eco Lodge. You captured exactly what our company aims to do - give visitors a local experience in comfortable conditions served by local people thus creating sustainable jobs dependent on the environment - a...More
Service is good and rooms are big with clean sheets and a clean toilet. Although there isn't an air con, it gets pretty cool after midnight. Only thing is that your room will be home to some house flies as well the next morning... Overall,...More
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Response from ecolodgesindonesia, Owner at Satwa Elephant Eco LodgeResponded 15 September 2016
Thank you for your report on your stay at our Satwa Sumatra elephant Eco Lodge. Your comments re security has prompted an immediate visit by one of our senior managers from Bali. There should be 24 hour security. We thank you for bringing this to...More
We thoroughly enjoyed our time at the Satawa Ecolodge. We appreciated the wonderful service of the extremely patient and outgoing manager and staff, tremendous chef, and talented tour guides, especially Hari. Hari was our guide in Satawa, and he was great at spotting many unique...More
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Response from ecolodgesindonesia, Owner at Satwa Elephant Eco LodgeResponded 22 August 2016
Your report is greatly appreciated especially your emphasis on the wildlife experiences, our staff and your guide Heriyono. The International Rhino Centre entry is dependent on the scientists needs and does not often occur; this is a wonderful experience. Heriyono has been written up in...More
This is a belated review as we visited Sumatra in May but nonetheless sincere. We arrived at Satwa to the news that we would not be able to visit the rhinos due to a recent birth and the Santuary was understandably in lock down. Although...More
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Response from ecolodgesindonesia, Owner at Satwa Elephant Eco LodgeResponded 8 August 2016
Your comments are of great interest to us. What an experience you had with the wild elephants. Thank you for your comments about Hari. He is indeed one of our best guides and so glad you had such a wonderful trip.
First I must write that I am Indonesian, not a tourist from abroad :). I and family are fans of outdoor activities (my husband had expertise in this area) and nature tourism including ecotourism; already visited some Indonesian national parks in Java, Sumatera and Kalimantan....More
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Response from ecolodgesindonesia, Owner at Satwa Elephant Eco LodgeResponded 11 May 2016
We thank you for your comments about our Satwa Sumatra Elephant Eco Lodge., especially about Heri and our staff. This especially appreciated this as all staff are from the local village. The use of local people only (one of the many prerequisites of an ecolodge)...More
US$46 - US$56 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Satwa Elephant Eco Lodge Lampung, Indonesia - Bandar Lampung