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These lovely people will make you feel at home straight away

SUMMER OF 2019

Since the birth of our second child Ziggy we have changed our set-up a little bit. We bought an extra van, our second home, which is been driven by Val and is always near the bus. Our room in the back of the bus is now occupied by a lovely couple who create the best possible experience on the bus for you. They will be a part of your life for a little while, so you might as well get to know them. We will still be around a lot of the times and Tim drives the bus, so don’t worry we’ll have plenty of time to get to know each other. 

The hosts for trips 1,2,3 and 4

We are Jana & Tim, a Belgian based couple that just turned 30. In daily life we are video creators, but in our spare time we get away from our screens, put on our hiking boots and go for some fresh air and a decent hike.
We are geeky enough to love board games and fun enough to dance and enjoy a cold beer. We love to travel, hiked to the top of an active volcano and dove in between continents in ice cold water, but are constantly looking for a new adventure.
Because hostels are always our home away from home, we are really excited to host fantastic guests ourselves on the most original hostel on the planet! See you this summer?

The hosts for trips 5,6 and 7

We are Dana (37) and Lina (27), a couple of adventurists from Canada and The Netherlands.
Whether it’s planting trees in the wilderness of the Canadian mountains, where we met, or cycling through Norway up to the North Cape, we crave unorthodox activity.
Our next adventure includes helping Tim and Val on Jumbo George.


Lina has spent a lot of time in the Austrian Alps, working as a snowboard instructor and in the office of Burton Snowboards for the last 3 years. On the side she coaches a women’s lacrosse team. Dana grew up working in the woods and lived off grid for some years. While living in north western Canada, he modified his old diesel land cruiser to use vegetable oil as an alternative fuel. In the summer we spent weeks on the road and in nature, living on top of the cruiser in the rooftop tent.