Explore Mumbai and the Himalayan foothills & renovate a school
2013 Dates: NOV 16-27 | DEC 8-19
2014 Dates: JULY 20-31 | SEPT 7-18* | NOV 16-27 | DEC 7-18
Price for 5-7 people: $3,499* / person
Price for 8-10 people: $3,299 / person
Price for Groups & Families: Gladly given upon request.
6 mo. Early Bird: $200 off
Single supplement available upon request.
Explore an India few see as we do: morning yoga, hiking, biking, and whitewater rafting through the foothills of the Himalayas & the Ganges River, while we visit rarely seen villages, canyons, caves and waterfalls.
So far as I am able to judge, nothing has been left undone, either by man or nature, to make India the most extraordinary country that the sun visits on his rounds. ~ Mark Twain, in "Following the Equator"
We'll work with a widely respected nonprofit organization, Teach for India, in Mumbai to renovate a local primary school for underprivileged children in a slum rehabilitation colony.
It also includes a custom-created, thoughtful & sustainable volunteer project developed in cooperation with our non-profit partner.
The price does not include international airfare, visas, tips for local guides, alcohol/spirits, & one or two meals taken during your free time.
This is not India on a shoestring! While you'll get your hands dirty and experience the behind-the-scenes India, you'll also get to experience its more luxurious side. While in Mumbai we'll be in comfortable lodging in a hip neighborhood - a soft landing and introduction to India and it's most artful metropolis. In the Northwest, you'll lodge in safari-style tents with beds, some with utilities.
Interested in joining this adventure philanthropy expedition and have additional questions?
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What you are doing has had a huge affect on all of us, internally. Externally, there is a playground where there was none and a bit more hope than there was just a week ago. There are ties forged by the experience that go both ways, and cross oceans, that will never be undone. It's a beautiful thing.
~ John, architect