"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