We are pleased to announce new homestays

We are pleased to add new homestays in Port Barton, Palawan and Loboc and Cabilao Island, Bohol. As promised our homestay network is expanding to include new locations.

We are pleased to add new homestays in Port Barton, Palawan and Loboc and Cabilao Island, Bohol. As promised our homestay network is expanding to include new locations. We continue to focus on “Off the Beaten track” spots to help travelers experience the true Filipino community spirit. The only way you will do this is to get out of the resorts and into Philippines provincial life. It doesn’t take much, sometimes our homestays are within 5 minutes of popular tourist areas but have a completely different atmosphere. You’ll be surprised how comfortable the families will make you feel – it is Filipino nature to accommodate guests with the utmost respect. So try it out!

We now have homestays in….

-Anda, Bohol
-Loboc, Bohol
-Doljo, Panglao Island, Bohol
-Balicasag Island, Bohol
-Cabilao Island, Bohol
-Malapascua Island
-Bantayan Island
-Union Bay near Boracay
-Port Barton, Palawan
-Cuyo Island, Palawan

What people are saying about us….

“We enjoyed staying with Camela and Abundio’s family, especially hanging out with their kids and meeting all their friends and extended family. They went out of their way to show us around and cooked great meals.” – Mary & Family, Australia

“A wonderful way to truly experience the Filipino way of life and culture. It was like a home away from home and I felt comfortable the moment I walked into my host’s house.” – Brian, UK

“Flipflops service was excellent throughout.”- Robin and Family, UK

“Hanging out with Nanay and Dhora was definitely a highlight of my trip. We snorkled a bit, but mostly just hung out at the beach with the other locals watching the boats and reading and sleeping. It was very chilled out. I would recommend a homestay to anyone visiting Philippines but especially solo travellers.” – Heather, NZ

“My friend and I really enjoyed living like a local of Bohol. Our hosts were very accommodating–we felt we’re part of the community.” – Karen, Philippines

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