Rajasthan holiday, Christmas time
Gently absorb the wonders of rural Rajasthan for an unforgettable festive break, where the warmth of the sun complements the warmth of the locals in a wonderful landscape.
Delhi Udaipur Castle Bijaipur Pangarh Lake Taj Mahal Champagne Christmas lunch and exotic Rajasthan New Year
Description of Rajasthan holiday, Christmas time
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As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) holiday so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.
PlanetIn India we have developed unique relationships with many people, some of whom help us with our tours, others that simply live in the different regions to which we travel through. Through our form of interactive, socially conscious tourism, we have helped them adapt to the modern, changing world by providing an important additional income.
In arid Rajasthan, we have implemented tree planting schemes (a hands on experience for some of our trips!) as well as helping directly with the financing of rural village schools.
We also support several NGOs around the world such as the TESFA community project in Ethiopia, A-Cet and Adopt-A-Minefield, which are all carefully selected to improve the standard of living for the communities we visit.
PeopleAll our tours employ the services of local guides and drivers, stay in locally owned hotels and guesthouses – often staying in our guides villages and homes, which again diverts important funds directly into the area. The wonderful thing about this kind of interactive tourism is that everyone gains – the locals financially, and our clients with the unique experience and social interaction.
We train our staff (both local and Western) to be responsible travelers in the countryside and to respect local community and environment. Also we have trainers for Leave No Trace Ethic.