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we are starting a special mushroom farming. This is special in the sense that mushroom can be grown in a log of wood. The mushroom is called 'shiitake mushroom' . We have a plan to start it in 2500 logs. Anyone interested can help us to drill the log, sow the mushroom seed, water the seeds as well as take care of the mushroom farming. Likewise we also have a plan to begin bee farming. We practice organic farming no chemical fertilizers.Learn more
For volunteers who work (3-5 hours/day, 5 days/week), weather permitting, we charge $9 USD per day. - Volunteers & guests get one extra day free of charge for every 7 days they stay (for example, if you stay Monday through Sunday, the next day is free).
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2 Meeting international travelers
2 Learning about sustainability
2 Meeting locals
2 Get in touch with nature
2 Immersing in the local culture
1 Practicing English
kamal is an amazing person. realy good hearted, warm, adventurous and nature loving. the farm is beautiful and located in such a special place. the family were so warm kind and inviting, and the facilities were great. staying here was one of the best parts in my trip. I very highly reccomend.
6 months ago
I stayed more than a week in Kamal's homestay!it's an awesome place, very peaceful. There is yoga in the morning and we can go hiking nearby if we like to. Kamal and his wife Goma are very welcoming and nice people!
The food is healthy and very tasteful:)
I recommend this host to anyone who like nature and want to live local culture with amazing people!!
over 1 year ago
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