Rajasthan heritage tour in India
Description of Rajasthan heritage tour in India
This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements
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.
PlanetIt has become our opportunity to raise global awareness about how tourism can act as a vehicle for positive change. Be a part of the solution we advise our travellers to opt for locally purified water in recyclable glass bottles or metal bottles and carrying cloth bags in your luggage that you can use while perusing street markets and shops. Not only will this cut back on plastic waste, it will also reduce the carbon footprint–petroleum-based ingredients are a staple in manufacturing plastic bottles and bags.
Many owners of eco-accommodation or wildlife attractions preserve and restore native habitats on their properties.
Our wildlife tours contribute monetary donations to conservation efforts. Responsible wildlife tourism plays an integral part in stopping the harmful activities by encouraging people to enjoy and appreciate the natural environment instead of ravaging it. We always emphasis our travellers to not to buy any wildlife products. As this will stop the growing marketplace for trafficking rare and endangered wildlife products as souvenirs.
PeopleWe as a travel advisor puts more emphasis on the responsibility of tourism industry through generating greater economic benefits for local people and enhancing the well-being of host communities, improving working conditions, involving local people in decisions that affect their lives and life chances, providing tangible social and economic benefits for local communities (ranging from upholding the rights of indigenous peoples to supporting fair wages for employees).
The lodges that are used by us are located in the hinterland of Rajasthan give an opportunity to host people from different parts of the world and introduce them not only to the wildlife but also the local communities that live in the vicinity.
Many of organizations that we support make public donations to a variety of charities in line with their ethos and mission.
Locally made crafts and souvenirs are not always cheaper, but purchasing them ensures your contribution to the economy will have a more direct and positive impact.
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