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An eco-resort on the banks of the Mekong, with accommodation in luxurious safari-style tents with comfortable beds, solar-powered hot water, electricity, and private bathrooms.
Typical Lao meals are served in a restaurant set in the middle of rice paddies, with meals eaten sitting on floor mats and cushions gathered at low tables laid with banana leaves.
Under the watchful (and often amused) eye of the villagers, guests can try their hand at traditional fishing, rice farming, weaving and even panning for gold in the rich silt of the Mekong.
For the less active, massages can be organised on request.
The lodge takes its name from the area's indigenous clan, the Kamu, and many of the activities from the lodge involve observing and partaking in the Kamu villagers' fascinating lifestyle.
Holly, Original Traveller