Introducing The New Explorers’ Lodge At Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle

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A holiday at Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle is a memorable experience for the entire family, with its perfect balance of nature and culture, adventure and relaxation, luxury and austerity.

Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle introduces the stunning new Explorer’s Lodge, especially created to better accommodate families. This safari-style lodge comes with two airy bedrooms and a spacious deck, featuring an outdoor plunge pool with wonderful views of the surrounding jungle.

The interiors blend luxury and the spirit of adventure, decorated in a unique colour scheme and with coordinated fine furnishings. Every single detail is a reflection of the Four Seasons commitment to comfort and authenticity, from the custom-crafted bathtubs and bespoke accessories to the carefully chosen artwork and objets d’art that offer a glimpse into Thai culture and craftsmanship.

The Camp offers families with teenage children plenty of opportunities to relax and connect with each other while soaking in the incredible surroundings. Along with spending quality time as a family, both parents and kids make new friends – the gentle elephants! The Camp is a great place to interact with these magnificent creatures, thereby learning about animal conservation in the best possible way. Find out more about how the Golden Triangle Asian Elephant Foundation is working to protect elephants and help mahouts and their families.

Besides getting to know the animal kingdom, guests of all ages get to explore the exotic surrounding region. Experience the region’s colourful history at the Hall of Opium museum; cruise down the Mekong River to the heart of the Golden Triangle, where Thailand, Burma and Laos converge; and glimpse the local way of life with visits to a vibrant market and a revered ancient temple.

It is worth staying another day or two since there is so much to do. Families can go on active adventures such as hiking up mountain trails and foraging in the forest. The region also offers engaging cultural experiences for parents and children alike – from interacting with the hill tribes and Chinese tea-growing communities, to getting hands-on handicrafts training and making merit like the Buddhists.

For reservations, contact Reza Jafari, Camp Manager at telephone: +66 53 910 200 or E-mail[email protected] or book online.