Homestays, Volunteering & Working Holidays in India
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I have done post-graduation in social work. I have my home in village with farms. My farm is totally in rural environment. it is totally in natural environment, whole village have many small gardens of Mango, Jack-fruit and native plant species.
Our Eco Center and Organic Farm provides students, seekers and travelers with the prospect of witnessing and participating in various activities initiated forty years ago in the field of ecology, ecological farming, responsible tourism, ......
We would love your help booking and traveling with our camel safari. On our trips you can expect to sleep under the stars in a beautiful non-touristic location and see the Thar Desert dunes on camel back! It is possible to visit many villages and ......
A picturesque location with the Himalayas in the backdrop....
I have a garden with lots of flowers and large compound with mostly fruit trees. Also a lawn that needs frequent mowing. Some fields where organic farming is practised. I have also been ......
We are a farm, a restaurant and a home-stay that offers guests the unique opportunity to experience life on our farm. Our aim is to have our guests transported away from the hustle and bustle of the city to the calm and slow pace of village life, ......
We are a family of 3..my parents and myself. Our home is situated in a village about 12 kms from Thrissur, Kerala.Its a small and quite agricultural village. We are having a small farm of mainly coconut and spices.
Our Farm has been a cultivated land for around 14 years, and we, The Community, started out here in January 2011.
We are a learning community. Our holistic approach embraces farming as the ground pillar - added arts, education, renewable energy, ......
The workers are descendents of Santhal tribals from central India, brought here by the British to work on the plantations. It is an opportunity for volunteers to experience working on organic tea plantation and make some of finest teas in the world. ......
A traditional Assamese family run tea estate with a manufacturing factory in located in Upper Assam. The estate is over 130 hectares and has been with the family since the 1920s.
Our family lives at the estate along with our dogs :)