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Reviewed December 11, 2018

This spot in the woods, with lovely cabins facing twin waterfalls is a bucolic heaven.
The staff is led by a competent young manager who speaks excellent English, always with a smile. The waterfalls provide background music. Colorful butterflies abound. You can even visit the waterfalls along a zip line.The cabins are comfortable and basic. Not having access to TV in these troubled times is a plus. The food is good, the breakfast is free.
Only a 45 minute drive from Pakse. Don’t forget to bring a light sweater, it gets cool at night.

Room tip: Some are less expensive than others, but all are comfortable. The more expensive have better views of the falls.
Date of stay: December 2018
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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1  Thank Peter202_11
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Reviewed February 1, 2018 via mobile

Waterfallas are amazing! BUT, littering the backyards of the resort is a BIG shame for the resort’s owners. If You wont like to support it with Your money, dont stay there. Look at the photos!

In additional I have to update the entrance fee, because up to latest lonely planet guide it should be 5000 kip, now is 10000 kip + 5000 for motorbike parking

Date of stay: February 2018
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
6  Thank 441michalc
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Reviewed January 22, 2018

Best experience after travel 20 years to Laos back and forth between europe and Laos. The Zip line is spectaluar that you need to experience to understand. I dont know how the living is at the resort, but the seam verypolite and the rooms looked really nice. The waterfall is the most impressive I ve seen so far in Laos.
Best Regards.
Erik

Date of stay: December 2017
3  Thank Erik H
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Reviewed January 9, 2018

Unfortunately stayed here for 2 nights,the fall is lovley, but it’s only a view , no walks or trekking. The staff are great but the accommodation is very basic and not very clean, beds o.k. .The restaurant was o.k.but certainly does not offer good value for money as you are a captive ordinance . The whole place is very poorly run.

Date of stay: January 2018
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
3  Thank Martin H
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Reviewed January 5, 2018

The hotel, consisting of new bungalows with terraces facing the water waterfalls (though not with direct view) has an excellent location and number of activities such as the excellent Zip-line trip (5 sections) crossing the valley but sadly the owners are not very service minded.
There were no instructions that we do not have to pay the park fee when arriving by car and checking in took over an hour when our reason for coming was to get out in the nature.
Bungalows are fine though at 307.000 overpriced for Laos.
Lunch took another 1 1 /2 hour so we lost the entire afternoon due to owners inefficiency.
The hot water in the shower did not work but despite request to solve this was not attempted.
With forest accommodation one must be somewhat prepared for the noise / presence of the natural inhabitants, but when a forest rat thought that our bungalow (No. 5A) was the best place to spend the night despite continuously trying to scare it away it was more than we appreciated.
Mentioned this to the manager he did not care much so surely nothing will be done.
When we asked for trekking routes - no help. We were advised we could go with a guide however when we asked for such they were busy from 12.00 onwards and considering the hike takes 3 hours we had time to complete before. Nope!

Peace of advise of the very well run Zipline operation with new top-end Pezel equipment. They have a Drone to take movies and it is worth the 25USD as the view is spectacular.

Room tip: Avoid 5A !
Date of stay: January 2018
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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2  Thank SteenC946
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