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KingfisherKingfisher Ecolodge
11110.34.3 - Rating Report

Six traditional double room stilt wooden bungalows with spacious verandas and four wood & bamboo eco rooms bordering a wetland in Champasak province. Traditional building materials and workmanship have been blended with modern concepts and architecture. Lighting is supplied by a mix of solar system and grid. Open two storey restaurant serves mainly organic Lao and western dishes and affords great views over the wetland. Activities include elephant rides, hikes and trekking through the forest, around wetland and to nearby villages. Revenues from the activities supports a village fund set up by the ecolodge, owned & managed by Bangon (On) and her husband Massimo from Italy.

November 2012 Update: Kingfisher Ecolodge is for Sale

 

Zen NamkhanZen Namkhan
1110.73.7 - Rating Report

Experience Zen on the banks of the Nam Khan River near Luang Prabang. Ten bungalows built in south east Asian style, the newest accessible by 50-metre suspension bridge. Organic Asian and Mediterranean cuisine, ecological chlorine-free pool, free internet Wi-Fi access, Japanese spa garden. Go Hiking and kayaking, visit the Elephant Village and the spectacular Tad Sae waterfall.
Professional Members' Websites:
River TimeRivertime Resort & Ecolodge
Newly opened lodge on the Nam Ngum river close to Vientiane and the mountainous Phou Khao Kwai National Protected Forest Area.
All Lao ServiceAll Lao Travel Service
Full-service agency & tour operator on Luang Prabang's main road. Stay in our traditional riverside Mahout Lodge, train as a mahout in our elephant camp, embark on adventure, nature & cultural tours
 
TeamworkzTeamworkz
Vientiane-based local travel agency founded in 2005 by Lee Sheridan, specializing in Thailand, Cambodia and Laos. Offers custom-made tours including eco-lodges, ethnic villages, waterfalls, Mekong dolpin safaris and diving. 
TAEC LaosTraditional Arts & Ethnology Centre
(Luang Prabang)

TAEC was launched in July 2007 to promote  understanding of Laos’ ethnic diversity and advocate for the survival and transmission of its cultural heritage, the only independent non-profit museum and resource centre of its kind in Laos.
ECOCLUB.com Interviews:

Bill TuffinMr Bill Tuffin
The Boat Landing Guesthouse, Laos

Tara GujadhurTara Gujadhur
Founder, Traditional Arts & Ethnology Centre, Laos