Women empowerment – an interview with Hope from Resilient Women’s Organization
On their exciting journey through Uganda, our founders Alex and Nils did not miss the opportunity to visit some socialbnbs in person to get an insight into the project work. On the one hand, both hoped for an interesting exchange with the local people to see how it can be helped to provide better support with socialbnb after covid times. On the other hand they wanted to check to what extent the quality requirements of the social startup are met. Furthermore they also wanted to identify some potential new cooperation partners. The first stop of their socialbnb visits was at…
Positive Impact has the best aroma – TRUESDAY
Today we'd like to introduce you to a company we really like: TRUESDAY. TRUESDAY is the first German coffee brand to sell sustainable coffee under the true-price model. What we love most about TRUESDAY's work: true sustainability, honest prices, and complete transparency! We ask three questions to founder Henning.
Culinary journey through our socialbnbs – the best recipes for you
Food connects people, doesn't it? Do you love trying out new dishes from other cultures? Then this is exactly the right place for you. Today we present three socialbnbs where you can cook with the locals and also give you the best recipes from the respective country. Grab your spoons, set, go!
Tribearth – sustainable jewelry with impact
During our trip in Kenya, we met Libosso from Tribearth in their local café and design studio in Diani Beach. We were able to talk to him about the approach of Tribearth which is a socially conscious jewelry business selling sustainable jewelry and empowering women and youth through their fair business concept. Let the interview begin!
Social travel – what does that mean?
Sustainable travel, responsible travel, conscious travel - you are confused and unsure about all these different terms and you are wondering what exactly we mean when we say: we focus on social travel?
Social travel is also possible in Germany
You don't have to travel to the other end of the world to support a social or ecological project. Today we introduce you to three of our top socialbnbs in different German regions - social travel is also possible in Germany.
Social travel in Nepal – connect with the locals
So if you're wondering what this Asian country has to offer you travel-wise and why our socialbnbs in Nepal are definitely worth a visit, stay tuned. Wanderlust guaranteed!
Sustainable and authentic: the Kapawi Eco-Lodge
Doing something sustainable for the development of the indigenous people of the Achuar Nation, protecting the rainforest, and personally getting a lot out of it - isn't that a bit too much to ask? No. It is super easy - because in Ecuador, in Tumbaco near Cumbayá, you can book your socialbnb - with exactly this impact. Sustainable and authentic. To be more precise, this is about Kapawi Ecolodge. This is an ecotourism organization in the Amazon rainforest in Ecuador. As a conscious traveler, you can have authentic cultural experiences with the locals in a breathtaking, untouched environment.
schickSAAL* Lübeck – way more than just a hostel
In the middle of Lübeck's mini-neighborhood you'll find the schickSAAL*, a collectively run, queer-feminist and anarchist project. In addition to the hostel, it also includes an event venue, a pub and a café. In schickSAAL a creative and lively place for life-enriching encounters is to emerge. Spaces and offers will be designed in the sense of a 'politicized aestheticism'.