About the Homestay
Our homestay, is located on the river bank, next to a bridge that resembles a miniature version of San Francisco's Golden Gate Brige. It's a 10 minutes motorbike ride away from the entrance of the Cát Tiên National Park. Our family of five can accomodate you in one of our two wooden rooms, both with double bed, and we offer extra sleeping places in open air, safely under a dome mosquito net. There is a western toilet and a shower.
We own a few ducks, pigs, chickens and a cow and grow sugarcane and vegetables on the river bank. You can drink our homegrown sugarcane juice in our small bar. In the evening, you can enjoy a colourful view of the sunset over the river. Next to the wooden rooms there is a balcony with the extra sleeping places and the dinner table.
- Bikes for use
- Internet Access
Bedrooms available for booking
About the Area
Our homestay is located on the Dong Nai river bank, next to a bridge that resembles a miniature version of San Francisco's Golden Gate Brige. It's a 10 minutes motorbike ride away from the entrance of the Cát Tiên National Park. The park itself is a beautiful, protected jungle area with many animal and plant species. Of the more than 300 bird species living in the park, many cross the river and can be seen in the fields close to the park. On the other side of the river is a rural area, where farmers grow crops like cucumber and pumpkin.
Local Area Facilities
- Bus Stop
Hosts can offer a complimentary light breakfast at their discretion. All other meals will incur an additional cost. Meals and any additional payment should be arranged directly with your host.
Included in the stay
- Complimentary Light Breakfast
- Use of Kitchen
Available on request at an extra cost
- Full Breakfast
- Full Board
- Packed lunch
Diet Type available on request
Smoking is allowed outdoors only.
I can highly recommend this homestay, we really enjoyed it. The hosts don't speak English, but it's really no problem at all, because they have a friend who lives nearby and speaks good English. This friend stops by several times a day to clarify any communication problems and if he is unable to go, he calls. There is a small local shop 15 meters from the homestay where you can buy the most common necessities. The room is nice, however the bed is quite hard, but we slept fine anyway. The homestay is located close to a river with a bridge. On the other side of the bridge unfolds a beautiful rural life. The host took us on a boattrip on the river, which was great. We met so much friendliness and hospitality in this homestay, which we really appreciate. If you want to visit Nam Cat Tien Nationalpark, then go to this homestay. Their friend can help arranging tours in to the nationalpark.
How do I book?
Contact the host to check their availability and ask them any questions you have about staying with them. Once the host confirms they’re available for your dates, you can complete your booking.
When do I pay?
Once a host confirms they're available, you can go ahead and pay the 15% booking fee (maximum of 199 $£€ for longer term bookings) using a choice of payment methods: Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Maestro, Laser, JCB & PayPal (not available in certain countries). You then pay your host on arrival or as stated by your host on their profile and agreed by you on booking. Please be cautious if a host requests advance payment if its not included on their profile. Our hosts have been advised that if they wish to request advance payment they must make this explicit in their profile. We do not recommend the use of Money gram or Western Union.
When can I share my contact details?
Host and Guest email address, phone number and home address will be exchanged in a confirmation email sent to both immediately after a booking is completed. It's against our policy for Guests and Hosts to exchange direct contact details via our messaging system.