If you have your own transport, from the junction at Thang Baeng you must follow route 18A (heading to Attapeu Province) for about 8km, then turn right at some large signboard for the last 2 km to reach Ban Kiat Ngong and ultimately Kingfisher Ecolodge.
For those of you looking for a little more adventure, a cheaper solution is also at hand. It is possible to hire a tuk tuk or Songthaew from a local driver who will be able to bring you to the Lodge.
If you would like to use public transport, local buses (open truck with rear benches, also called Songthaew) run daily between Pakse’s Southern bus station (Lak Pet Station) and Kiat Ngong, usually departure time is around 12:00pm but the service can be unreliable so expect delays.
You can also catch one of the many buses, which travel down route 13 to Don Khong district and hop off at the junction with route 18A at Km 48 (Lak see-sip pet) in Thang Baeng Village, although it may be difficult to find a transport option to Kingfisher.
For any assistance or advice in getting to Kingfisher, please contact us via phone or better still by email and our team will be more than happy to assist you in your travel plans.