Kingfisher Ecolodge is located in the southernmost province of Laos, Champasak Province. Kingfisher lodge sits at the crossroads of Vietnam, Cambodia, and Thailand. Sometimes called the "Emerald Triangle", otherwise known as part of Indochina. The Ecolodge is adjacent to the Beung Kiat Ngong Wetlands as well as the Xe Pian Natural Protected area. Guests can experience this uniquely exotic and special environment during their stays.
The Bungalows at the Ecolodge were built using traditional building techniques and materials. The style of the bungalows blends with the environment.
Kingfisher Ecolodge Ecoroom
The 2 story restaurant overlooks the pond. The menu includes traditional Laos, Thai and western dishes, as well as bar service.
The villagers have organized elephant riding, which guests can enjoy. Kingfisher Ecolodge has helped facilitate this as a means of supporting villagers. The Ecolodge also works hard with the villagers to make elephant riding as responsible and sustainable as possible, given current thinking.
Mountain biking and jungle trekking are also on offer, as well as bird watching in the surrounding area. For more information please click Eco Activities at the Ecolodge.
To read about some of their conservation work: ElefantAsia working with Kingfisher Ecolodge in Laos
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