SUSTAINABLE VILLAGE IN LUANG PRABANG

On the banks of the mighty Mekong, two hours from Luang Prabang – UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kamu Lodge is a deliberately rustic retreat. Beyond WiFi, beyond satellite television, beyond an unlimited flow of electric current. But upon the threshold of serendipity, from a base camp set with 20 safari tents, the possibilities are as close as a neighboring sustainable village, or as distant as your legs will carry you.

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  • Sustainable Village
    Sustainable Village

    From each visitor’s charges, $1 USD is automatically dedicated to a local economy support program. These automatic contributions are injected to the Village Development Fund, which is used as a rotating micro credit service. The...

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  • Travel blogs by Boesabroad
    Travel blogs by Boesabroad

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About us

Threshold to serendipity

On the banks of the mighty Mekong, Kamu Lodge is a deliberately rustic retreat. Beyond WiFi. Beyond satellite television. Beyond an unlimited flow of electric current. But upon the threshold of serendipity. From a base camp set with 20 safari tents, the possibilities are as close as a neighboring Kamu Village

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Destination

In the heart of the Lao jungle, on the banks of the Mekong, Kamu Lodge strikes a delicate balance between tourism and the maintenance of the region’s cultural and ethnic heritage. However swift moving the flow beneath our bluffs, the Lodge is an eddy in the rushing currents of our age. A place to slow down. Disengage.

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The tented lodges

Two of the world's top-three hotels accommodate guests in safari tents. Just like Kamu Lodge. Our 20 freestanding lodges are hybrids actually. Thick-walled tents shut out the elements while a sturdy thatch roof guards against rain and sun. However rustic the look and feel, Kama’s mattresses guarantee a good night's sleep.

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