When staying in a Duara village you sleep in a local home, cook and eat with the family and join daily activities in the neighbourhood with no other travellers around. You support micro-entrepreneurship and benefit the entire community.
Life here on the countryside is very self-sustained. Most of your food will be coming from the surrounding fields, fish ponds and yards.
Twist of small town hustle and liveliness with local markets, narrow alleys and school kids running around. Near Hanoi!
This farmer's village makes you feel like you’ve been dropped in the middle of nowhere, but the first impression might trick you.
Up for a getaway in the midst of the rainforest and green hills full of tea plantations? Turn off your phone, have a cup of tea and relax.
Throw yourself into a live of a farmer and join the local board game in this active village surrounded by lakes, rice fields and the high Ritigala mountain.
Sri Lanka through the eyes of the Tamil minority. Here you can find gorgeous beaches with dozens of fishing boats passing by.
Be the fist one to stay in this calm Buddhist village in a valley of rice fields. Perfect if you’re into nature hikes and waterfall excursions.
If you want to live in a traditional balinese compound with many families and temples around you but zero yoga studios or vegan cafes, come to Sebatu.
Are you looking for a real remote village off the beaten track with a breathtaking scenery and overwhelmingly friendly people? Choose Munti Gunung.
Tropical gardening, farm animals and endless rice fields with famous day trip destinations is what’s in store for you in Gadungan.
Deep dive into the rural Muslim area and culture of East Lombok - a place far less touristy than anything you’ll find in Bali.
Likamba makes you forget that you are only 10 kilometres away from the dusty city life and gives you an insight of how modern Maasai people live today.
Have you ever wondered where the pool boy or the waitress in your hotel live themselves? In Jambiani you might find the answer.
If you dream about living in a fisherman’s village and seeing how a fresh caught shark or swordfish look like, stay in Kizimkazi.
This relaxed community is located only 15 minutes by ferry from the city and is filled with interesting personalities from youtube stars to bakers.
Both the fruit and life are sweet in this charming small town. Rent a bike and discover the neighbourhood on two wheels.
Stay in Ziwani if you want to live in a jungle full of coconut trees and banana palms. We spotted a monkey here and so will you!