Rishikesh on the foothills of Himalayas is the hub of many ancient temples, popular cafes, yoga ashrams and adventure sports. The town is a delightful amalgam of spiritual and adrenaline pumping experiences. With the increase in the number of campsites, adventure sports like river rafting, and trekking opportunities, as well as yoga courses, ashrams and markets along with the breath-taking views of the Himalayas, Rishikesh can be easily termed as a traveller’s delight.
Your Volunteer in Rishikesh project has been planned out in a way to make sure you make a meaningful impact while taking part in our culturally immersive activities.
- Teaching Children
- Women Empowerment
- Old Age Home
- Animal Care
- Community Service
- Five day Yoga Workshop.
- Site visit to a Pahaadi Gaon (Mountain Village).
- White-water rafting.
Volunteer Work duration– Weekdays, 9 AM – 3 PM (Approximately 6 hours).
Accommodation- Stay is provided at a guesthouse in the vicinity of your workplace.
Orientation – Orientation is provided before arrival to India through Skype and the first day in India is for orientation for things such as local transport, food, safety, SIM Cards etc.
Pre-Arrival Support – Our support begins even before you land in India. You can expect complete help while booking your flights, getting health insurance, VISA etc.
Experience Captain – Your go-to guy, he will always be just a call/message away. He is there to make sure you have a safe and meaningful experience.
Rishikesh is a go-to travel destination for international travellers. It is a serene little town in the Himalayas known for its amazing cafes, yoga centres, whitewater rafting and trekking.
The Beatles have a fair history with Rishikesh than what most people might think. Rishikesh had a certain kind of appeal that made the Beatles undertake several trips to this beautiful city. Many of their songs had been formulated and created here.
The Ashram, although now abandoned, has a lot of memoirs and paintings that shed light on the Beatles’ time in India and their interaction with the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. For any Beatles fan, this place is a must visit.