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if I could stay forever then I think I would…

This is what Rachel and Omer talked about when they stayed on Cham island homestay

Cham island homestay– Thank you so much for an amazing four days and for welcoming us into your home just like friends would do.

I can’t even begin to tell you how sad I am to leave – if I could stay forever then I think I would. From Hiep’s AMAZING cooking, to our peaceful and successful fishing trips with Tung, to our afternoons sat on a beach (Cham island) with no-one else around except a couple of cows, every moment on the island has been like magic and will be a memory that will stay with me forever. You are such a wonderful family and such lovely and friendly people and I feel so lucky to have met you and shared in a few days of your lives. I leave you with sad face but with wishes for so much luck and happiness for the future of your family.

Lots and lots of love and massive THANK YOU – CAM ON!


Rachel and Omer from UK

(we came for 2 nights and 3 days and ended up staying an extra day… if only we could stay more

Cham island homestay - Our amazing time on Cham island

Our amazing time on Cham island

Welcome Cham islands home Cody !

Hi everyone;

In April 2014, Cody Hevner came to Cham islands by himself and stayed for a few days. He immediately fell in love with Bai Huong amazing sunset in Bai Huongand had a very strong bond with Hiep and Tung (our home stay family). 3 months latter, Cody decided to take his wife to Bai Huong to introduce her to his new home and the islanders. They plan to stay for 2 weeks in Hiep and Tung house this time…
Off course we are very happy to have you back on the island.


Click here for to know how to go to Bai Huong homestay from Hoi An.


A genuinely unforgettable experience on Cham island.

Cham island Vietnam

Me and my mom with the host family

If you would like to see and experience life in a small fishing village, unspoiled by development and where the pace of life is as it always has been, then I can highly recommend the Bai Huong Homestay – Cham island (mentioned by Vanessa). I took my mother here as I was keen to show her a different side to Vietnam where life continues in much the same way as it has done for generations. You won’t find five star hotels or designer shopping boutiques, but will gain an insight into the real life of a working fishing village and get to meet the wonderful people that live there. The hospitality and warmth I experienced in Bai Huong helped make my time there the most meaningful of all my time in south east Asia. A genuinely unforgettable experience.