Lime Leaf Lodge accomodation 01
Chris' Place

Short Stays

Limeleaf is open all year, with the main, dry season from September through to May.

A stay at Limeleaf starts at 350 Baht per person per night. All chalets are equipped the same with solar power and hot water facilities, they are just different in style and location. However chalets can also be reserved in advance.

The set price of 350 Baht includes a simple breakfast of fruit and a hot drink. If you'd prefer something more substantial then:

Full breakfast 120 Baht
Lunch 150 Baht
Dinner 150 Baht

Prices here reflect eating together where there is more than 1 dish perhaps 4/5/6/ depending on the time and mood of the chef! The dishes are cooked and eaten together in a family homestay feel.

A deposit of 25%, payable by PAYPAL, is required on all reservations. Please contact us to arrange your holiday package and to organise payment.

Over the past two years we've been very busy at Limeleaf and with the help of our many international friends we now have 2 new bamboo houses and 3 new mud houses. [ see photo gallery of building projects ] We offer accommodation for individuals or groups in bungalows made of wood, brick, mud or bamboo. Below you can see small photos of some of the accommodation. If you'd like to view more please see our gallery page or email us

Limeleaf Accomodation
Chris' Place

Small chalet
Small Chalet

Raymundo Lodge

Cabin Cowboy
Cabin Cowboy

Baan Din Chalet
Baan Din

Lime Leaf Lodge accomodation 03
Lahu House

Mud Round House
Hobbit House

Winai's Home stayWinai's Lodge / Clubhouse

Mud house accomodation
Baan Si Som

Chocolate Mud House
Chocolate Mud House

Winai Somwong is the full-time guardian and guide of the camp and his home acts as the club house and is a welcome haunt in the evenings for discussion, dining and entertainment. You can even play pool there, which is quite incredible considering the pool table’s location high up the mountainside!

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sketch map of LimeleafMap of Limeleaf - click to see enlargement

Limelaf_night time

Long Stays (3 months maximum)

It maybe that you wish to stay for longer ...

After June the rain starts to fall and although access is not too difficult it certainly becomes wet and muddy. During the rainy season the beauty of this area changes to an almost surreal nature with the clouds often hovering below the lodge in the mornings.

Winai Somwong and Noi live here all year round and manage provisions a week at a time.

Limeleaf’s remoteness makes it the ideal place to stay if you want to write, read, paint, meditate, practice yoga or jungle survival. Alternatively you can just relax and listen to the sounds of the jungle and the rain. In this period guests stay at a reduced rate and are expected to become part of the 'tribe’ on the hill and to muck in with the daily chores and tasks of the community.

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Link to Lime Leaf Facebook Group visit our Facebook page to hear all the latest Limeleaf news

Limeleaf on You tube
Visit the Limeleaf eco-Lodge video channel to view a tour of the camp as well as videos of the local Black Lahu village.

For all general enquiries please email us on

eco standard award

A video about Limeleaf eco-Lodge by Lea and Simon from HOPINEO (a community platform for travellers dedicated to better tourism).
Click here to visit their You Tube Channel

A promotional video of Limeleaf eco-Lodge.

Hidden Cities Extreme: Tarantula (filmed at Limeleaf)
To see more videos please visit the Limeleaf eco-Lodge YouTube video channel.