11 Reasons Why You Should Stay With Locals

Homestays are emerging as a popular new way of travelling. People are choosing to live with and amongst the people of their tourist destination and slowly veering away from the detachment and isolation of hotels. And it’s not for nothing! If not just to try something new, here are a few reasons why you should definitely stay with Locals while travelling.

1. Because you can experience living there not just staying.

2. Because hospitality is not about sterile environments, but welcoming ones.

3. Because warmth isn’t just temperature but a feeling/an emotion.

4. Because room service also includes great conversations!

5. Because you can count on a “Roman” to tell you how and what the “Romans” do!

6. Because when restaurants sell “traditional home food”, you know they never really do.

7. Because you find out and learn about not just the city but also the people.

8. Because apart from new experiences, memories and stories you’ll also take away new friendships.

9. Because it’ll break the mould on those all too similar travels without breaking your bank balance. 

10. Because it’s a happy way to travel!

11. And Because we are giving you a chance to discover this on your own. Here’s $25 from Tripoto on Airbnb. Use our cash and rent unique places to stay from local hosts in 190 countries. Find the perfect home-stay for your next getaway and discover the hospitality of strangers.

Get your 25$ here.

(If on mobile you will be redirected to download the app. Use the code “tcom”)

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    1. Please visit airbnb.com/tripoto and get your 25$ off. Use the discount to book any homestay of your liking on Airbnb. Share your travel stories on Tripoto and get a further 50$ discount.

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