Tourism is spending time far away from home for refreshment, relaxation, recreation and pleasure. Basically, spending quality time leaving behind worries of unprecedented life events contingencies. Travelling to a new destination allows one to make the unique perspectives of watching the world, exploration of unknown facts and relishing every moment in a whole new different environment. It is related to the euphoric feelings which are often natural and deeply connected with mother nature. We are in a crucial state of humanity where human activities are directly or indirectly responsible for climate change, environmental degradation and different crisis situations. In order to address this burning issue as a concerned stakeholder, We are introducing you to Responsible tourism programs which is an alternative practice of regular travelling.
Our mother nature bestowed awe-inspiring landscape vistas of snow-capped peaks and rolling lush forest hills with the first gleams of sunlight contributing for Himalayan glory, Thriving water flowing from the majestic Himalayas striking on the gorges and falling incessantly contributing to the beautiful waterfalls tumblings on the natural mass on the river basin, Beautiful birds chirping; fluttering and instantly flying, animals playing in lush grassland.
‘Imagine the world without all these gifts of mother nature due to irrational intervention from human activity.’
We are offering volunteers programs which are conducted under the specific supervision of experts for taking corrective actions and participation which helps to bring a positive impact on environmental and socio-economical aspects. However, particular knowledge will be assets for conducting various programs. This program undergoes rigorous discussion, orientations, problem identification and assessment, implementation and ultimately a review of the undertakings. The identification of problems is done within the consensus of Locals and the stay of volunteers will be in local homestays where local people are happy to welcome their guest as a god with whatever amenities and resources they have, demonstrating culture and exhibiting it.
Notes: Volunteers need to be mindful of cultural factors in order to build a good rapport and do work efficiently and effectively. This program also aims to increase the local participation and assisting them hand in hand, helping them to uplift their living standards by promoting and preserving indigenous practices.