Humanitarian Tourism & Voluntourism in India

Humanitarian tourism is a kind of tourist program for a humanitarian mission. The goal of these unique journeys is for the traveler to get to know the beauty of the unseen India and its everyday life, and to have an active time of relaxation. All participants will have an amazing time and have an authentic Indian experience of a lifetime, something that is almost incomparable to classic and conventional trips. During the 10-12 days of the trip, travelers will have a chance to meet with the locals, take part in their everyday lives and implement with them a simple development project for eg. School Education, Lending a hand with simple jobs, donating items to those in needs, can teach the children in the school, can give some livelihood training or even help them to establish markets linkages for their final products etc,
Even the accommodation serves the purpose of establishing direct contact, the travelers direct contact, the travelers are housed in welcoming resorts and private homes that meet European expectations but are unlike conventional hotels, thus providing an insight into local life. The entire journey is about the people and for the people. Part of the fee paid is used to realize humanitarian projects and help those in need My efforts is  also to encourage Foreigners Tourist to visit india for Humanitarian and Volunteering. As per my Analysis , I  selected  few best  and Authentic NGOs in India , if any foreigners are interested , they can contact directly with them to make there Visit  and participate  in there activity.

  1. Help Age India
  2. Cry
  3. Akshaya Patra
  4. Goonj India
  5. Give India
  6. Pratham Books
  7. Apnalaya Mumbai ( start by Famous Crickter Sachin Tendulkar)
  8. Smile Foundation
  9. Dream ( Tribal Village Development in Maharastra) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-D3VCwL_5NM
  10. Teach To Lead

others —–  Aroh Foundation, Nanhi Kali, Lepra Society, Sahaas, Sambhali , India Care Foundation

some websites—— wwww.volunteeringwithindia.org

www.volunteerhq.org

 

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