INATÔ HOMESTAY IN MALAPASCUA, PHILIPPINES ALLOWS YOU TO…

 

Connect with the community and be part of the family.

We are your home away from home.

 

OUR ENGAGEMENT…

SUSTAINABLE IMPACT

 

OUR HOMESTAYS…

 

 

 

Experience the genuine, day-to-day Filipino culture in our Inatô Homestay and discover the beauty of the Philippines and Malapascua Island through its people.

 

Anabelle & Roberto Homestay

Homestays give visitors the opportunity to stay with a local family and to interact and partake in the daily life of their hosts and learn the culture of their community. A homestay cannot be classified as a lodging facility, because it focuses more on lifestyle and experience. As such, we assure the comfort of the customers, but this shouldn’t be compared to a hotel experience.

Homestay dinner

Tourism is one of the fastest growing sectors in the world. It is however, not only an economic activity, but could also be a tool to achieve the aims of development. When linked accordingly, tourism can be a key driver for socioeconomic progress, securing economic, environmental and socio-cultural benefits for communities.

 

 

An alternative accommodation option where tourists stay with a host family in the same house and experience the everyday way of life of the family and the local community. 

“My stay with Kuya Oscar, Ate Jolita and their family was the perfect welcome and transition to Malapascua. We were able to share those things most important to us (I shared stove-top popcorn nightly, they shared their love and family with me). I looked forward to going home at the end of the night knowing that I would be greeted by the cool sea breeze and some happy little faces of their grandchildren.”

Oscar Family

Kelsey, from USA

Lovely Host! Judith and her family were pleasant ! House was super clean and well situated to visit the island. They are respectful very friendly, neat and its easy to communicate with Judith! We would like to come back again and We strongly recommand Judith homestay if you want to live like real Philippines ! 🙂

Judith family

Marie & Clément, from France