In this 21st Century, the concept of ‘voluntourism’ (socially impactful traveling) is gaining much importance, and more than 83% of the millennials are choosing volunteer vacations over luxury tours.
India is one of the top travel destinations in the world for many different reasons. Those who have visited this incredible country, couldn’t resist giving it a second visit; and then the third, and more.
The capital of India, Delhi, is popular for its rich heritage and glorious history from the Mughal era and before. Housing some of the best architectural masterpieces in India, Delhi is a perfect travel destination for regular tourists and volunteers alike. However, there is another aspect about the city that holds a great significance in providing great travel experiences; the local street food. Delhi’s culinary is one of the gluttonous in entire north, and especially the street food. The culture of street food in Delhi remains at all time high throughout the year.
Has it ever happened with you that a friend of yours has just returned from a luxurious holiday and is all excited to show you the pictures (as if posting them on instagram while on the trip wasn’t enough!), and all you can feel is a hint of jealousy? While, we can certainly can’t do anything about the jealousy part (it’s a human emotion after all), however, can certainly provide you with a great platform for taking that much required vengeance; through a volunteer in India program.
The number of experiences one may get while on a trip to India is countless. However, there is a difference when you travel to India for a volunteering trip than for a regular holiday. When on a volunteering trip to India, it’s the ‘kind of experiences’ you get that matters and not the ‘number of experiences’. At Volunteering India, we believe in providing a set of experiences to the volunteers that will remain with them for eternity.