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Trekking in the Himalaya’s

When people hear about India, some of the first adjectives that come to mind are; hot, chaos and noises. But these kinds of characteristics describe only half of the sweet and sour madness of India. However, in the north of India everything changes, especially in the Himalayan area. The first impression I had when I […]

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Staying in the Eco Home Stay’s

Last week Savita, one of the girls that has a home-stay hosted her first guest from outside our little NGO. The guest was an Indian man from Kolkata coming to Naddi, in Dharamshala, to attend a Yoga seminar. He stayed 6 nights at Savita’s Eco Home-stays and enjoyed very much staying with a local family […]

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What can I do when I travel

What can I do when I travel for holiday or work? In the recent years, the travel industry is the fastest growing industry in the world. There are about 1 billion international arrivals worldwide according to the World Tourism Organization. And, each arrival leaves its footprint behind. While traveling for business or pleasure try to […]

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Reducing your travel footprint

Undeniably, each arrival has an environmental cost. You’ve probably heard that old adage “Take only pictures, leave only footprints” – what can you do to have a positive impact and reduce your travel footprint? Eco Volunteer Travel’s eco-friendly travel tips can help. Some steps are small; others require a bit more planning, but they can […]

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Responsible travel

Responsible travel is the cornerstone of Eco Volunteer travel.  Responsible travel means that the individuals, organisations and businesses we are associated with follow ethical cultural and environmental sensitivity, ensuring that your adventure is environmentally, culturally and socially sustainable. We minimise the negative impacts of travel and maximise the benefits to the regions we travel through. […]

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