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This place is in the most beautiful area. We arrived by boat on the Mekong and as you walk up the riverbank you are met with the most amazingly gorgeous view. Incredible setting in some rice fields surrounded by Laos Jungle. The lodge really feels...More
Kamu Lodge was a great experience for all of us (4 adults and 4 kids). We were lucky enough to be alone in the hotel, so the kids could do all the noise they wanted !!! Activities were great, especially the swim with the kids...More
A remote stop on our trip down the Mekong which surprisingly quite enjoyed, the rooms are large tents with a good bathroom, beds have mossie nets and are comfortable. You definitely need a torch here and good shoes if wet for the paths.OK for 1...More
This is a remote stop on a slow cruise down the Mekong. Accommodation is in individual combination tent/cabins, simple but with everything you would need for a stay - with the probable exception of air conditioning (and it was hot, but don't travel in Laos...More
This is very expensive place to visit! Activities were cut short due to rain! Bugs crawling through food because no method used to deter. Bright lights in a restaurant encouraging bugs so truly back to nature. Food was bland!
White bread, jam, banana and eggs...More
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Response from VillaMaly, General Manager at Kamu LodgeResponded 24 September 2014
Sunny greetings from Luang Prabang...
We understand that you did not fully enjoy Kamu Lodge during your stay. It is to be noted that during your stay, Luang Prabang had been hit by typhoon Kalmaegi. Obviously as stated we have had to face...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... 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."