If you are looking for an authentic area for staying, than Ne Pakku family house is the right place ❤️. Ne Pakku family house is build in the centre of a Tana Toraja traditional village which was established around 240 years ago ❤️. Eight generations of mine has been living in this village. You will be part of the traitional an simple living with local people from my village The price we offer is per person including breakfast. Please read finish all the description before reservation :) Thx
“I stayed at Meyske's home as a single traveller guest for a 4-overnight trip and well, it was real special: Not only her house is extraordinary - especially the public living & dining area and this beautiful balcony - also I booked a 2 days tour which I was lucky that Meyske could take over herself. The day before was a funeral and because of Saturday also Buffulo Market and Meyske was so friendly to invite another guest and me for a lift by scooter - just as friends. thanks so much! Back to the tour: I joined Meyske on the back on her scooter too :-)) What a pleasure :-)) - 1st day South 2nd day Nord. Too much to tell for a short recommendation. Well, and in addition Meyske is so good connected: we also visited on a private basis families and their so called illness relatives. This included Meyske's professional knowledge: What an experience! Summary: really VERY HIGHLY RECOMMENDED !!! And if you might think as me in the beginning tour seems a bit expensive please notice all entrance fee and gifts for the visited families was included and of course Meyske is surely one of the best guide you could find. Thanks again for all !!”
Welcome to my homestay, 5 minutes from Rantepao center. I have 2 rooms with double beds available. Here you spend the night like a local in a quiet and green spot, with me (local guide) and my family. The rooms is wooden with a bed and mosqito net. Feel free to use the livingroom, kitchen and bathroom. Breakfast included. I also offer culture-tours: funeral ceremonies, hiking, traditional villages and to visit different burial sites. Rental of motorbikes or car is possible. Regards Yacob
“My family of three (my husband, me, and our nine-year-old son) spent four nights with Yacob and his family, and we had a great time. It was so fun for my child to make friends with two Indonesian children close to his age, and in fact, Yacob's son was able to accompany us during one of our days exploring Toraja, with Yacob as our guide (we rented one of his motorbikes that my son and husband used and I rode with Yacob). It was a special treat to stay with an Indonesian family--we ate breakfast with them (simple things like pisang goreng--fried banana--and homemade cakes and coffee) and a couple of dinners, which were enjoyed sitting on a tarp on the floor in pretty typical fashion, and used a mandi for bathing. Yacob, Desi, Karin, and Kensel were super welcoming and kind. My husband and I had both spent a fair amount of time in Indonesia, so I felt like we knew what to expect from an Indonesian home; if you expect luxury, this is not for you. But if you want an authentic experience with a generous family who raise their own pigs and chickens and vegetables, don't hesitate to book!”
Enjoy the charm of Toraja with the comfort of staying in a traditional house, while enjoying the beautiful natural surroundings, as well as seeing the original Toraja carving craftsmen around our house and the enjoyment of the Toraja Coffee that we process directly.
“The family is really friendly, always offering to help. You can do free laundry, you have all tools for cooking on your own. And even if you have extra wishes for breakfast, just ask. Sleeping in a traditional toraja house was also an amazing experience! We wanted to stay 1 night ended up with 3 and will go there again!”