Isn’t it great that while traveling you can serve a community in need and be a part of developing something substantial? The word voluntourism may seem difficult to understand, but if simply put it means that people who want to travel and at the same time volunteer for a while can do that at the same time. One no longer has to choose between a beach holiday and community development volunteering experience, no longer you have to spend huge amount to experience a culture and no longer you have to dedicate yourself for a long time period to be able to work for development projects. You can now effectively use your time and balance your time between traveling and volunteer work.

Our Voluntourism programs offer a great variety of mix of traveling options as well as volunteering placements. You can pick and choose as per your preference and time at hand. Also you can enjoy and learn from a wide range of workshops we offer during our programs. You will get an opportunity to learn Yoga and Meditation, Indian cooking, Henna making, Saree tying, Bollywood Dancing and many other cultural activities. We want all our participants get an in depth knowledge and understanding of Indian culture, hence we conduct various cultural workshops. We also encourage our volunteers to participate in local fests and festivals with local people to completely immerse themselves in Indian culture. Lot of our participants chose to live with Indian host families; living with host family is the best way to experience another culture.

India is a preferential travel destination due to its long cultural history, spiritual teachings, Yoga and meditation centers and ayurvedic and naturopathy treatments and mouth watering cuisine. India is truly diverse and exotic, which leaves an enigmatic impact on people who travel through its land.

Voluntourism is indeed the best way to travel and contribute towards people in need. Why not experience culture of India along with giving a helping hand to communities in need….. Volunteer while you travel… build a school, renovate a hospital, paint a orphan home and give a helping hand at various building and renovation projects. You tell us number of days available with you to travel and volunteer and we will present you the best option of doing both in the same trip. This program is also ideal for a family who wants to travel together and do volunteer work together.

Example of what you can do in a few days time is as follows:

Arrive in Delhi. Delhi has multitude of choices which offers visitors to visit different places. From museums, theatres, art galleries and festivals to handicraft, designer wear, cuisines from various part of the globe. Main Attraction in Delhi is India Gate, Isckon Temple, Red Forts, Jantar Mantar, Lotus Temple, Birla Mandir, Qutub Minar, Jama Masjid.
After Sightseeing tour in Delhi, go to   Agra city. Agra city is world famous
for its seventh wonder - Taj Mahal – besides another two important heritage monuments Red Fort, Jehangir Palace and Fatehpur Sikri. Main Attraction in Agra is Taj Mahal. Most travelers call this wonder, the world's most beautiful building - ever. Some say it's worth a trip half way around the world just to see it. In 1631 the emperor Shah Jahan built the Taj Mahal in memory of his wife Mumtaz.

After visiting Agra go to Jaipur City. Jaipur, the ‘Pink City’, has been the capital of erstwhile Jaipur state since its inception in 1727 AD, It was founded by Sawai Jai Singh II, a great ruler as well as renowned mathematician and astrologer. It is famous for its havelis, forts and palaces & handicraft work. Main Attraction in Jaipur is Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar Jaipur, Sawai Man Singh Museum, Ram Niwas Garden, Jal Mahal, City Palace, Amer Fort, Jaigarh Fort, Nahargarh Fort.  

You have the possibility of doing volunteer work in Jaipur City. During early morning spend time on a project in need. Paint a school, renovate a medical center, or help in a medical Health camp. There are various possibilities in which you can help an ongoing project.

After spending time during in Jaipur, you can go to either of the following places for weekend and get more out of your Indian experience.

From Jaipur you can go to Jodhpur city. It was once the centre of Marwar, the largest princely state in Rajputana. Most of the tourists that stop in Jodhpur only stay for a day, squeezing in a visit to the fort before heading west to Jaisalmer (300km) or east to Jaipur (320km). Main Attraction in Jodhpur is Mehernagar Fort, Umaid Bhavan Palace, Jaswat Thada, Marwar Festivals.

From Jaipur you can to go to Ranthambore National Park - The sanctuary, covering an area of 392 square km, was included in the Project Tiger in 1973. Ranthambore was, and remains, the smallest of the 28 Tiger Reserves in India. Ranthambore attained the status of National Park in 1980.

From Jaipur you can to Pushkar city for Camel Safari. Take full day sightseeing tour of Pushkar visiting Brahma Temple, Pushkar Lake. You can enroll for Camel safari and traditional dance performance.

Other attractions: Along with sightseeing, you can also include other cultural aspects in your program. Like dinner at a local family, Bollywood Movie, Spice Market visit, Henna Workshop, Yoga Workshop, Saree tying workshop.