Spicy Villa Eco-Lodges are not just accommodation...but much, much more! We are responsible for local environment, local communities and for our guests!
Thank you dear guests for your great reviews on TripAdvisor! We have been awarded another Certificate of excellence for the year 2015! The foundation of excellence is a personal touch and you are not just our guests, you are our friends.
Our bungalows are built in a traditional hut style, used by local villagers for centuries. If you choose to stay with us, you will get a unique chance to experience the authentic hill tribe way of life in a close connection with the surrounding nature.
We strive to reduce our impact on our surroundings by using natural and local materials, organic methods for farming, solar power for our electricity supply, growing our own fruits, vegetables and herbs to use in our dishes and collaborating with locals.
We support local communities through various programs such as our Share the Dream project. We set up schools where we teach local children English. We also provide locals with medical assistance and provide work for them by employing them.
Bungalows, trips, volunteering and charity projectsYou can book a bungalow or a trip, volunteer with us or help us with our charity projects.
Private bungalow features a comfortable king sized mattress, private bathroom and a veranda with a hammock. It is entirely hand crafted from locally sourced materials and offers head spinning mountain views. Book an authentic tribal living experience now!
Family bungalow consists of two adjoining rooms, each with a king sized mattress and is great for families with children. It also has a private bathroom and a veranda with a hammock, perfect for relaxing and enjoying colourful sunsets and sunrises. Book a different stay for your family now!
Two Days Lanna Adventure
Work at Spicy Villa
We need hard-working volunteers who will work with their heart. There is plenty of work to be done and your tasks will be extremely varied. Go ahead and apply for this possition!
We need volunteers to teach English to kindergarten kids at Huay Kao Leep village and to primary school children in Huay Hoy village. Go ahead and apply for this possition!
We need medical volunteers to offer medical assistant to local Karen villagers who aren’t able to go to a doctor because of remote location. Go ahead and apply for this position!
We run Share the Dream Project to collected resources and provide better education for tribal children and medical assistance for all villagers in the area.
There are three ways for you to help us collect funds and resources for local tribes:
1.) If you book accommodation and/or a trip with us, a part of our proceedings will go towards funding Share the Dream project.
2.) You can bring old items that you don’t need with you to Spicy Villa and donate them for our Share the Dream project.
3.) You can donate funds for Share the Dream project to our PayPal account.
Visit the donations page for more information.
News from Spicy Villa Eco-LodgesHere is what we have been up to recently, have a look!
Tonight we had a heavy downpour in Mae Wang area and in the morning, as the rivers subsided, Sop Win village was in disarray. Huts that stood by the river were carried away by the water and the village was covered in mud and debris. Our volunteers helped the villagers clean after the floods.read more
We would like to thank Verspoor family for donating much-needed welding equipment to Spicy Villa. We are already putting it to good use and will continue to do so!read more