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TravelPod Member ReviewsTadlo Lodge Pakse
Tadlo Lodge hat von allen Quartieren die beste Lage, die meisten Guesthouses liegen nicht mal direkt am Fluss. Links und rechts vom Fluss liegen mit gutem Abstand Bungalows sowie das große, afikanisch anmutende Haupthaus, in dem man isst.
Die Bungalows und Zimmer sind großzügig angelegt und sehr sauber.
Das Restaurant bietet anständige Küche, nichts Spezielles.
Hauptattraktion der Lodge sind die zwei ehemaligen Arbeitselephanten, die am Gelände zu sehen sind. Man kann natürlich auf ihnen reiten, aber am besten ist es doch, ihnen beim zweimal täglichen Bad im Fluss zuzusehen und sie zu füttern. So nahe kommt man den Riesen wohl selten nochmals.
Insgesamt ein perfekter Ort zur Erholung.
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