several filters. The Lodge also has water-saving devices to prevent water wastage, such as auto-stop taps.
‘Unclutter your mind and calm your senses at 4 Rivers Floating Lodge, surrounded by nothing but pristine wilderness. Be immersed in the ancient Khmer culture and reconnect with nature.’
- Stay in luxurious safari-style tents
- Alfresco dining on the river
- Powered by clean Solar energy
- Unique wildlife spotting for guests
- Relax on your private balcony
- Panoramic river & forest views
- Secluded location, accessible by boat
- Admire the handcrafted furniture
- A complimentary drink on arrival
- Children are welcome here
- Check-in: 2:00pm
Minimum stay: 1 night
Equivalent price per night: from approx. $180 USD
With the Cardamom Mountains on the doorstep, guests are completely surrounded by nature at 4 Rivers Floating Lodge. This isolated setting is the perfect detox from reality, allowing you to feel completely at peace and to reconnect with nature. There is so much to explore in the area and guests can choose to go on tours guided by knowledgeable experts, and even get the chance to meet the local people. Tour locations include:
- Tatai Waterfall
- Koh Andet Island
- Ta View Mountain
- Koh Kong Khnong
4 Rivers Floating Lodge is located in the Koh Kong Province of Cambodia, considered one of the most pristine areas of wilderness in South East Asia. The luxurious, safari-style tents sit above the water on the edge of the Tatai River, backdropped by the glorious Cardamom mountains and surrounded by glorious forests.
- Nearest airport: Trat Airport, 2h 54 min (168km)
- Key attraction: Cardamom Mountains
- Nearby Restaurant: 4 Rivers Restaurant (the lodge’s on-site restaurant)
As part of what we do here at Kiwano we advise hotels that don’t meet the criteria on how they can reach the renowned Kiwano seal of approval, sharing knowledge; working tirelessly to get more hotels inspired to join the green movement.
EnergyAll of the energy needs for the 4 Rivers Floating Lodges are powered by clean, renewable energy via solar panels.
Water4 Rivers Floating Lodge is located in an area of heavy rainfall, for 6 months of the year. The Lodge collects rainwater to use for the showers, taps and toilets, which is initially cleaned through...
WasteOrganic waste at the lodge is composted to use as fertilizer, whilst cooking oil is collected and sent to a biodiesel factory, to avoid these products simply being thrown away rather than reused. There...Read More >>
is also an intolerance to single-use plastic and polystyrene here. Alternatives to all single-use plastics are used, including bamboo toothbrushes, bamboo straws and wine bottles to provide water in guests’ rooms. As well as this, staff use biodegradable bags made from cassava which they even provide to their local fruit and vegetable suppliers.
ConservationThe lodge was originally built to create a presence within the rainforest that would discourage hunters and poachers, as a matter of fact, some reformed poachers now work at the...Read More >>
lodge. As well as this, they partner with Wildlife Alliance to help actively protect the rainforest in Cambodia, and 70% of profits go back into conservation.
FoodAn on-site garden provides basic ingredients such as mint, basil and coconuts. The restaurant also uses fruits freshly picked from the on-site orchard. Any ingredients that cannot be sourced on-site...Read More >>
such as fish and vegetables, are purchased from a local market to reduce food miles.
Engage GuestsGuests can choose to go on nature-based tours to learn about the local area and meet some of the local people to learn about their culture. As well as this, guests are encouraged to use less water...Read More >>
when possible, for example, towels and bedsheets are only changed upon request.
ArchitectureEach Lodge is very low impact, everything is able to be dismantled and moved with ease. The decking which houses the tents is made using WPC with recycled wood.
HousekeepingStaff only use natural, eco-friendly cleaning products and toiletries.
Kiwano BonusThe lodge works to assist the local community and the surrounding areas in many ways. Staff set up a water catchment system at the local school after noticing that the pond where drinking water...Read More >>
was being sourced was undrinkable. They also assist the schools in the area by funding classes and donating profits from the postcards they sell to subsidise the salaries of teachers, which is quite low. As well as this, staff also organise a monthly clean-up of the river, which the community gets involved with.
"Certainly the best managed hotel we stayed in!"
It's like paradise. Beautiful place, brilliant and friendly staff and owners. It's impressive how much they do to protect nature and engage for the local communities.
Stefan, Facebook Reviews, April 2019
"We will recommend to everyone. "
OMG! Just fantastic! Beautiful accommodation, beautiful people/staff, beautiful surroundings, fantastic food! Can’t rate this place highly enough. One of the worlds best hotels.
Melanie, Facebook Reviews, March 2019
" Staff were excellent."
A wonderful place to chill and enjoy the natural beauty of their location.
Steve, Google Reviews, June 2019
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