I have a farm in the beautiful Kanakpur village in Uttar Pradesh, India.
My farm is right on the outskirts of the little village, most famous for its ancient temples.
It's a lovely place to live if you like a relaxed approach to life with a focus on nature and simplicity.
The town is small and laid back, with plenty of places to eat and all you need to get by but the best things about Varanasi are the surrounding countryside and the close community that live here. Varanasi has many things to do and see my village is 23 km from Varanasi city :)
Cocinar para toda la familia
Ayuda en una granja
Ayuda en proyectos ecológicos
Cuidado de animales
Trabajo de caridad
Práctica de idiomas
Ayuda con ordenadores/Internet
Varanasi is well known in the world for its historicity and culture. The city hosts several hundred thousands visitors from all over the world every year who come here as tourists. One can learn many things about India, Indian culture and history and India's diverse religious practices and faiths.
We actually need a person who can volunteer himself or herself for our land .We need people who understand natural farming, permaculture or biodynamics. We would need help converting the orchard, pond and farm land.
We are looking for ideas to maximise the potential from the land and make it a wonderful place to live in.
We can discuss and decide on specific projects depending on the talent available.
We can provide a healthy and well to do accommodation with 24 hour water. Room will be fresh and airy and will be safe from all aspects. The traveler will stay with as much facilities as my own family enjoys here.
Varanasi is full of sights which are major attraction for tourists. The city is located on the bank of the river Ganga and is a center for diverse activities. My family is very supportive of my work. all of us working and provide each other required support. It also provides respect and kind hospitality to all my guests.
Acceso a Internet
Acceso a Internet limitado
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Maximum 4-5 hours a day, 5 days a week