Honeyland focuses on the life of a family engaged in beekeeping. Hatice Muratova lives with her sick mother in a mountainous region in the Balkans, where there is no road, electricity or water. The young woman engages in wild beekeeping using ancient mountaineering traditions. While doing this, she does not hesitate to observe the share of the bees and also talks to them and sings. The arrival of nomadic beekeepers to the region where they live affects the life of Hatice on the one hand and causes the natural balance to deteriorate on the other hand. Hatice embarks on a tough struggle to restore the broken order.