Intercultural learning is a lifelong learning process that may take place in any formal, nonformal, or informal setting; it is a process that may happen internally through self-directed learning or within a group. To activate intercultural learning for sustainable development, we shall consider the process from a non-anthropocentric and a non-ethnocentric point of view, where individuals with various cultural backgrounds learn inclusively from each other in a context that considers other beings such as plants, animals, and the environment surrounding them. This toolkit contains experiential learning tools that combine intercultural learning with global learning from a none ethnocentric and non-anthropocentric point of view; these tools are for hosts who aim to unleash the full potential of intercultural exchanges as a tool to employ our diverse and intercultural pieces of knowledge for sustainable living.