Rajasthan

India Insights Abroad | Volunteer in India

Travel to India!  Learn about life in India by really living it for at least a short time. Give something back of yourself. Volunteer in the rural communities that you visit and help them with a needed project.

Woman with chin on folded hands on the back of a camel. a volunteer in India
Group shot of people with blue painted faces, host student exchange programs
Volunteers working with pick axes.
Bearded Indian man in brightly colored turban, total cultural immersion

TIPS FOR SOLO WOMEN TRAVELERS (& OTHER TOURISTS) VISITING NEW DELHI

1. REACH SAFE: Arrange for trustworthy airport transfers through a women’s venture.

2. SLEEP SAFE: Reserve a private, comfortable room with ensuite in a woman-friendly B&B Homestay, run by women (not too far from New Delhi’s international airport), where you can kick off your shoes and let down your hair in a serene ambience. Ensure the homestay is in a decent neighborhood, far from the madding crowd yet close enough for comfort, with medical facilities and a full-fledged shopping center nearby.

India Insights Abroad Staff Bios

 

Some of the founding members of our foundation and I had been Involved in administering Cross-Cultural experiential learning Programs in India for American and/or Canadian students for many years.

Director -Rishi Chaturvedi

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Tribal Travel in Rajasthan

Rajasthan is famous for its historical and cultural heritage. There are many ancient forts, palaces and marvellous havelis which tell so much about its history and culture. There are many true historical stories about the bravery of its people. The Rajasthan tribes constitutes about 12% of its total population.

Insights Abroad | Challanges and Costs

Challanges

Since this program is designed to be an intensive cultural immersion, certain aspects of it may be both physically and emotionally challenging.

India | Insights Abroad Program Details

For individuals and families - We offer tailor-made experiential learning, total immersion and volunteer work opportunities wherein the participants stay with an Indian host families, both, in urban and rural areas.

Woman and child dressed in flowing skirt and headdress, dancing
Woman dancing with turban headdress
Man with long blonde hair working a marianette puppet.