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Homestays lets you experience the Real India by opening the doors to beautiful family homes and engaging hosts.

India is easy to find on the map but the real India, rich with experiences is more elusive. It is a land of such dizzying diversity, that local insight is not just a luxury but essential to its discovery. Homestays takes travelers to a world that no hotel chain could hope to uncover.

Nowadays, most homestays provide their guests with just as much comfort as a reputable hotel. The options are almost endless and include plantation bungalows, historic havelis (mansions), and remote rural cottages.

One can find Homestay in almost every part of India but the best is to experience in Himachal Pradesh (Near Kullu & Manali), Uttarakhand (Pittoragarh, Binsar, Almora Etc.), Rajasthan (Mandawa, Nagaur, Pali etc),  Goa, Karantaka in the midst of Coffee Plantation, Kerala, Arunachal Pradesh (With very basic authetic Stays).

Homestays in India selected by Bharat Darshan are run by the most respected families of the area and are the hub of activity and culture. They not only have the highest standards of service and maintenance but also open your eyes to regional festivals, rituals, traditions and so much more. Often they have enough influence to ensure that guests get VIP treatment at local tourist sites and important events.

 

Regional Insights

Most families that host our guests have invaluable information about the best attractions and activities their region can offer. These hidden gems are hardly ever found on a map or a guide book but can be discovered when staying with Bharat Darshan. For those who love the luxury of local insight, this is the only way to travel.

 

Responsible Travel

Many Indian homestays have turned to eco-tourism in order to run their establishment while preserving their surrounding ecosystem. From employing simple, resource saving techniques to give a portion of earnings to a local organization, they do a lot to give back to their land. And through them, guests can help maintain the beauty of the place.

History and Culture

Homestays in India selected by Bharat Darshan are run by the most respected families of the area and are the hub of activity and culture. They not only have the highest standards of service and maintenance but also open your eyes to regional festivals, rituals, traditions and so much more. Often they have enough influence to ensure that guests get VIP treatment at local tourist sites and important events.

Regional Insights

Most families that host our guests have invaluable information about the best attractions and activities their region can offer. These hidden gems are hardly ever found on a map or a guide book but can be discovered when staying with Bharat Darshan. For those who love the luxury of local insight, this is the only way to travel.

Responsible Travel

Many Indian homestays have turned to eco-tourism in order to run their establishment while preserving their surrounding ecosystem. From employing simple, resource saving techniques to give a portion of earnings to a local organization, they do a lot to give back to their land. And through them, guests can help maintain the beauty of the place.

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IMPORTANT TRIP ADVISORY:

Carry back all non-degradable litter such as empty bottles, tins, plastic bags etc. These must not litter the environment or be buried. They must be disposed in municipal dustbins only.

Observe the sanctity of holy sites, temples and local cultures.

Cut noise pollution. Do not blare aloud radios, tape recorders or other electronic entertainment equipment in nature resorts, sanctuaries and wildlife parks.

In case temporary toilets are set-up near campsites, after defecation, cover with mud or sand. Make sure that the spot is at least 30 meters away from the water source.

Respect people's privacy while taking photographs. Ask for prior permission before taking a photograph.

 

Don'ts

Do not take away flora and fauna in the forms of cuttings, seeds or roots. It is illegal, especially in the Himalayas. The environment is really delicate in this region and the bio-diversity of the region has to be protected at all costs.

Do not use pollutants such as detergent, in streams or springs while washing and bathing.

Do not use wood as fuel to cook food at the campsite.

Do not leave cigarettes butts or make open fires in the forests.

Do not consume aerated drinks, alcohol, drugs or any other intoxicant and throw bottles in the wild.

Do not tempt the locals, especially children by offering them foodstuff or sweets. Respect local traditions.

Polythene and plastics are non biodegradable and unhealthy for the environment and must not be used and littered.

 

As a traveller, you will have an impact on the environment and culture of the place you are visiting. Here are some rules of thumb to make this impact positive!

Golden Rules When You Travel

 

Learn about your destination before you get there. Read guidebooks, travel articles, histories, and/or novels by local authors and pay particular attention to customs such as greetings, appropriate dress, eating behaviours, etc. Being sensitive to these customs will increase local acceptance of you as a tourist and enrich your trip.

Follow established guidelines. Ask your eco-tour operator, guide and/or the local authorities what their guidelines are for limiting tourism's impact on the environment and local culture. Staying on trails, packing up your trash, and remaining set distances away from wildlife are a few ways to minimize your impact in sensitive areas.

Seek out and support locally owned businesses. Support local businesses during your eco-travels to ensure maximum community and conservation benefit from your spending.

 

 

Eco-Tourism in India is still at a very nascent stage, but there are for sure conscious efforts to save the fragile Himalayan Eco System and culture and heritage of the indigenous people, which is probably the largest concentration in the world. 

 

Holiday Camping vis a vis Hotel accommodation are gathering momentum amongst the metropolis traveller. A plethora of holiday camping options are available in the Himalayan belt, where soft adventure tourism is packaged with holiday camping to create an acceptable eco-tourism product

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