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Getting to Kingfisher Ecolodge can be a bit of a challenge, as the main highway is in very poor condition. However the road from the highway to the lodge is well maintained. This is a fair distance from any cities so there are no amenities...More
The Kingfisher Ecolodge has almost as much quaintness as a Lord of the Rings story. It seems like an Edwardian era African jungle retreat only constructed (partly from bamboo) in southern Laos. One example would be the steps sometimes having different height spacings in the...More
Be careful with all the fuss around this place ! First of all, we didn't get the "eco" part in "ecolodge". They are watering the garden all day long during the dry season. They are also putting the lights on way before the sun sets....More
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Response from Maxit, Manager at Kingfisher EcolodgeResponded 26 March 2015
We are not going to comment on the rest, it really doesn't worth the time, but to say that our food prices are 3 to 4 time higher than the rest of the country (which rest of the country by the way?) is not only...More
Stayed for 1 night at bungalow View of the terrace is superb Watching elephants and bizons eating And if you love camping and being outside at night this is place to be But we are not that fan of all the noise of insects Also...More
Very good location, this ecolodge is well isolated on the road 18a not far from a nice village.
The welcome was just ok
the ecoroom are very basic, we could have done with a blanket as the night was quite cold. no isolation at all...More