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Kipepeo—Promoting Responsible Tourism in the North East
The North East India on the one hand has the mighty Brahmaputra River and on the other, the Khangchendzonga peak. This region represents the traditional zone between the Indian,.... READ MORE
Responsible tourism in
the Rann of Kutch
Join Kuldip Gadhvi on “A Guided Tour” or “Found a Friend in Bhuj” or a “Handicraft Village Experience” ... Grab the opportunity to catch up any herder on the way who invites you to visit his cattle camp or a lift to some random villagers in the middle of the road and end up making friends and sharing cup of tea/lunch... READ MORE
Responsible Walking Tours
Salaam Baalak Trust runs five 24-hour full care shelters for children, one being devoted to girl children. These shelters, located in Delhi and Gurgaon, provide the children security, a sense of home, and an opportunity to receive all the critical inputs of childhood. ... READ MORE
The Mountain Shepherds Initiative
A community-owned and operated ecotourism company that grew out of the famous Nanda Devi Campaign for cultural survival and sustainable livelihoods....
This Young Team Is Enabling Tourists To Turn Into Change Makers In The Himalayas
Avail an opportunity to meet the villagers and work for community good with these young group of travel enthusiasts....
Himalayan Adventure Sports & Tourism Promotion Association (HASTPA)
Get on to adventurous biking tour that creates a positive impact not only on the environment but also on the lives of villagers in the Himalayas with HASTPA... READ MORE
Remarkable Indian villages
India, having an agro-based economy, depends the most on its villages for growth. The gaon always has that distinct nostalgic charm that Indians alone can understand. Sarson ke khet , tea plantations, mud houses, clean air, charpaai , mitti , star-lit sky; these are just some of the happy things that we associate with life in an Indian village... READ MORE
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