If you want to escape from the hustle and bustle of cities and modern devices, look no further Kamu Lodge Experience. I have to call this a hideaway. Far from the city, located in the midst of Laos’ jungles, you’ll see only the greenery like me. The 3-hour cruise trip on the Mekong River to reach Kamu Lodge was an amazing experience , the beautiful landscapes along the river and the local people daily activities were all new and attracting to me. The tent is comfortable, mattress is smooth. I love relaxing on chairs at the tent’s veranda. A soft trekking through Kamu Village and the jungle was great. I had a great time with the cute kids at the neighbouring village in the afternoon and in the evening when they entertained me and other guests with beautiful traditional songs and dance. Never worry to get bored at the lodge ’cause a lot of activities like farming, fishing, archery…etc will keep you busy all day. I even didn’t have enough time to take them all. Kamu Lodge Experience is really a must for those who love nature and need some breaks to relax and get refreshed. I really recommend it!Vivian N, April 2014
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“We stayed here on the second night of our trip down the Mekong. A different world and nothing to do with Luang Prabang (it is half a day away). It is on the land of one of the many Kamu tribes and employs the people from their village, which we visited. Opportunities to practice fish netting technique, rice planting etc. Excellent and reasonable massage. Permanent tents with solar power and hot water and lots of room with comfortable beds and flashlights to help get to dinner. Dinner in the open restaurant amongst the green rice paddies was very good, breakfast was very French (good bread, jam and coffee). The French manager was helpful with guests and local staff.”AlecToronto, April 2014
“My Husband and I recently travelled to Laos and despite the heat had a wonderful holiday. Included in our trip we experienced a 2 day 1 night stay at Kuma Lodge. The trip out to the Lodge was on the Mekong River and was very relaxing. We stopped on the way to take in the sight of the caves. As soon as we arrived we were greeted by the staff who were extremely welcoming and friendly and the accommodation was clean and comfortable. The food was plentiful and offered a variety of Asian Cuisine. The scenery was beautiful and there was an opportunity to try activities,such as rice planting, panning for gold and archery. I was taken back of the genuine happiness of the Khamu people living in the village and loved playing games with the children. We were honoured to be able to be invited to view a children’s performance of singing and dancing. This was a truly humbling and special experience that I will never forget and plan on returning again soon. A would highly recommend this trip to anyone and suggest that if you do visit the children in the village the school could certainly use some extra craft material or board games. Thank you again to the Staff and Management.”Deb and Michael Petrov, April 2014
“We loved our night at Kamu Lodge. Initially we were worried about it being isolated but it was truly a great experience and very comfortable. The tents are much nicer than you’d think and we had a wonderful welcome. Going to the nearby village was a highlight as was my husband having a turn at sowing the rice fields with a water buffalo! The food was lovely too. It was so pretty there I couldn’t stop taking photos and so quiet too. A more authentic view of how the locals live than anything else we’d done. Worth the expense.”JulesAdelaide, April 2011