Your trip should have a purpose beyond holidaying. Is it to educate? Amuse? Inspire? Whatever the cause, chances are that at some point you’ll have ideas for products and cultural exchange, either for yourself or others. I’m going to show you how to find them in Chikmagalur.
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– Be clear about your intentions. Again, look at resources page. From the get-go, we are selling you the best homestays for your vacations, holiday trips, weekend trips. It’s you who decide what you need for holiday and what you do there so read carefully all the information of the homestay.
– Show enthusiasm! Look at how people talks about homestays. Some doesn’t just like it or endorse it, some loves it and uses it. Some homestays are committed to the hospitality and believes you should be too. The review post explains why, delivering real value to the guests. So talk to them with your hearts and would hear the same.
– Be relatable. If you’ve been talking for a few times you’ll have developed a relationship with your hosts. Appeal to their interests. Discuss what you are interested in and that’s all. In that sense, you are building a host and guest connection. Ready to book.
Be clear about your intentions to get in. Show honest, rational enthusiasm for what they are offering.
For Example: I am interested in homely homestays in Chikmagalur where the property is run by a family.
Coffee Berri Homestay offers you genuine hospitality and ambience of homely living with exceptional Malnad food. This homestay in Chikmagalur experiences a mild climate throughout the year. It’s an ideal place for both leisure travelers and adventure seekers.