It is an extremely obvious question and, of course, no reward for guessing. Some common sights in Tirthan Valley are experiencing prolonged traffic noises, choked highways, packed hotels, and overflowing parking places during this Covid time.
Volunteering in India is very easy. There are many NGOs, non profits, wildlife agencies, conservation societies, etc, that need help with their ongoing projects. Some of these opportunities are available for free while other organizations charge for stay and food. When you are planning to volunteer in India, a few skills will come in handy. Here is a list of skills that will ensure that the organizations will find your presence helpful.
Etosha Chatterjee on zero waste travelling and plastic pollution in Indian Himalayas.
Volunteering is a popular trend among backpackers around the world. In India, it doesn’t receive much attention, despite the fact that there are non profit groups that look for volunteers for various operations, on both long term and short term basis. This article will take you through everything in detail on how you can volunteer and travel in India.