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November 15, 2018 | Last Modified: 2018

Travel Experience

The Phong Nha Farmstay builds in the French Colonial style accommodation opened in 2010, set in the idyllic surroundings of rice paddy fields on the edge of the famous Phong Nha–Ke Bang National Park, just off the Ho Chi Minh Trail. It is the ideal base for wild adventures that you have only dreamed about or simply take time to experience local village life or chill out in a hammock by the pool. And all of this at an affordable price.

Responsibility

The Phong Nha Farmstay committed to setting a standard for ethical tourism that involves the local community, and teaches them the social skills to deal with the development that tourism brings. Also, the main house of the farmstay was built with local materials employing local workers.

Business Case

The philosophy is equal pay for equal work as well as environmental protection. All employees are trained in high levels of sanitation and food preparation and encouraged to learn English. The training programme employs local villagers who will be equipped for hospitality employment. The Farmstay is a rubbish-free zone; all recyclable goods are sold and money is shared, while biodegradable food waste is given to the village pigs.

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The Phong Nha Farmstay builds in the French Colonial style accommodation opened in 2010, set in the idyllic surroundings of rice paddy fields on the edge of the famous Phong Nha–Ke Bang National Park, just off the Ho Chi Minh Trail. It is the ideal base for wild adventures that you have only dreamed about or simply take time to experience local village life or chill out in a hammock by the pool. And all of this at an affordable price.

The Phong Nha Farmstay committed to setting a standard for ethical tourism that involves the local community, and teaches them the social skills to deal with the development that tourism brings. Also, the main house of the farmstay was built with local materials employing local workers.

The philosophy is equal pay for equal work as well as environmental protection. All employees are trained in high levels of sanitation and food preparation and encouraged to learn English. The training programme employs local villagers who will be equipped for hospitality employment. The Farmstay is a rubbish-free zone; all recyclable goods are sold and money is shared, while biodegradable food waste is given to the village pigs.

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