Covid-19 Revives Culture

“By engaging my fellow travellers in the local villages where traditional cultures and compassionate people are found, we have a positive impact on how tourism and modernity affect the ancient kingdoms we visit.  Come, let’s explore together!
GOAL: To assist the preservation of local community culture by creating tours for like-minded individuals and small groups interested in: SE Asian culture, organic and permaculture farming, homeopathic traditional medicine, religion and spirituality, community & environmental project development, arts, yoga and photography. Read all about our Responsible Travel Policy

Compassionate Artists Donate

West Vancouver residence and businesses donate ART SUPPLIES for Tampaksiring Handicap Village where quadriplegic brothers create a self-sustainable community. Enchanted Bali Arts Tour

Women Support Woman Bra Campaign

Collecting women’s bras for ceremony and farming attire. Women Support Women Tour, October 2018

Give-back with ECO Local Tour Guides for Humanitarian Projects

Working with compassionate guides in Indonesia, India, Sri Lanka, Cambodia, Thailand who have passion to assisting challenged community groups and individuals.

English and Environmental Education

Book donation 3 boxes of teaching material donated by Liz Bailey, English Professor in Canada Distributed books to PKP Women’s Centre, Helping Hands, Yayasan Widya Guna Volunteer teaching and school supplied to students in Pesalakan Village

Community Waste Management Support to Pesalakan village

Funded Eco-Bali Recycling removal service Provided gloves and tongs for clean-ups Provided well-water refills Taught shop keepers how to make paper bags Currently assisting Plastic4rice Exchange with Togetherness Project

POP Pesalakan Organic Project

Marketing assistance for sales of organic produce and baked goods Donated funds for village ceremony Currently teaching English to farmers

Beach Cleanup

Puri Air Resort and Spa, Gili Aire Padangbai Geko Dive,  Bali Amed, Bunatan WASTE MANAGEMENT project committee member


pig4ed-300x233Guests at Swallow Guesthouse have been giving to community.  With the help of host Wayan, the choose a piglet and give to challenged families in the village. The donated pig would be raised and sold at the market around 2 mths when weaned from the mother pig or at 3 mths when they are approx. 50kg in weight.  The female will breed till she is 5 yrs and then off to the market.  
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