Bert, our tiny home on wheels

Embark on an extraordinary journey unlike any other. Picture yourself as part of our nomadic family, traversing stunning landscapes, discovering hidden gems, and embracing the freedom of a life less ordinary. Become an integral part of our children's lives, sharing in their laughter, curiosity, and growth. Immerse yourself in vibrant cultures, savoring diverse traditions and flavors. Experience the joy of making a tangible difference in the world, contributing to our shared vision of a more sustainable and compassionate future. Let the adventure ignite your spirit, expand your horizons, and create memories that will last a lifetime. The invitation is open. Will you join us?

We are a family of 5 adventurers, including our beloved dog. Our passion lies in exploring nature and discovering new places, all while striving to make a positive impact in the world by minimizing our involvement in the capitalist system. Throughout our journey, we have developed a deep respect for nature, life, and all the beings we come across. As a volunteer, you can expect to be treated as an honorary sibling to our three children, who are aged 6, 5, and 3 years. We value inclusivity, kindness, and collaboration within our family dynamic, and extend these principles to anyone who joins us on our travels. Your contributions will be recognized and appreciated as we work together towards shared goals and experiences. We believe in fostering an environment of mutual respect and support, where everyone's voice is heard and valued. We encourage open communication and the exchange of ideas, as we believe that diversity and different perspectives enrich our journey and personal growth. We are excited to have you join our team and look forward to creating meaningful memories together!


Reviews

5.0
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Staff & Host

5.0

Hours & Tasks

5.0

Hostel

4.0

Learning & Fun

5.0

United States

5

This was the trip of a lifetime for me! Extremely nice caring people who made me feel welcomed and seen. It could definitely be a challenge living in such a small space with so many people but after a while you get used to it. The only thing that I didn’t completely understand coming into this was the way the kids are raised. There is no discipline ,rules or punishments. Not saying this is a bad thing. It was just difficult for me to understand how to get the kids to listen to me when I was parented different. I loved being with them. 10/10 would recommend!

8 months ago


Perfect for you if you're looking for

Contact with nature

Rural

Contact with animals

Mountain

Wilderness

Family