Tiny houses found their way to the tourism industry and are a big opportunity to make outdoor lodging greener. It's hard to find a usable piece of nature for lodging in densely populated countries without any interference from noise pollution. Towable tiny houses make it possible to use land without causing a lot of damage to the location they are placed in. Therefore it makes it easier to convince landowners to let use their land instead of buying property. Afterwards the houses can be towed away and used for other events instead of breaking them down losing raw materials.
The Pop-Up Hotel, a pop-up that took place in the summer of 2017, showed how difficult it was to find a good location in Belgium. It found its paradise in an ecological garden with two houses created by Tiny House Belgium. For two months, people could escape their hectic lives and undergo a digital detox. Some people just wanted to spend their holiday in these charming eco houses, others were eager to experience for themselves if micro-living is something they can handle for the rest of their lives.