Eco Geko Experiential Culture Tours

“Salamat datang di REAL Bali”  Welcome to the REAL Bali!  Located in the Ancient Kingdom of Pejeng, Swallow Guesthouse has been sharing the sacred culture of the spiritual Balinese people since 2006.  Now offering affordable ECO Geko Experiential Tours and Volunteer Vacations to everyone!

Our guests at Swallow Guesthouse tell us they have really enjoyed learning about History, REAL Balinese culture, traditional cuisine, handicraft with local people in their villages. We have now expanded these cultural experiences and linked with local NGO organizations, family and local community operated business and village chiefs to offer ECO GEKO EXPERIENTIAL CULTURE TOURS.    From visiting the historic and sacred places in Bali to the villages and homes of the locals, our hands-on volunteer experiences assist community sustainability, organic permaculture farming, environmental and disaster awareness education, environmental and waste management projects. Tours are suitable for families, honeymooners, ESL students, philanthropist volunteers, and inquisitive adventures in small groups of 2 to 7 people.

Learn to make coconut oil, try a chocolate massage, snorkel with the mantas, cook healthy locally produced organic food from the surrounding gardens and rice fields.  See how tourism and modernity create, both pro and con, affects to an ancient civilization … take a step to make a positive influence.  Teach English to community members, teach yoga at an orphanage for disables and underprivileged children, enjoy an art class with physically challenged adults at their self-run community, do karma yoga waste clean-up on the beach and in the rice fields, and come see how the Balinese Government is aiming to be a GREEN Island by visiting the sponsored organic farm and meet the happy “sapi”!

For further information please email the compassionate Geko Treker through our Contact Form

“Teriam kasih”
- Thanks,
Suzan and Wayan
Your Friendly Tour Reps

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Assisting NGO, Fair-trade,
family operated businesses and,
community development projects

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