South India, Goa and Rajasthan
Go fishing on a bright Sunday morning and bring back your catch, learn to harvest a crop from an obliging farmer, live in the village and eat delicious local food. Soak I all up and wish you never had to return! Kabani has worked with farmers, fisher folk, and women entrepreneurs to create B&Bs in eight villages, involving 450 villagers. Kabani promotes participation in cultural programmes with the aim of a meaningful cultural exchange between guests and hosts.
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Since 2005, Kabani Community Tourism and Services has been promoting a model that benefits local communities and reduces the negative impact of tourism. The Kerala based non-profit association promoted community tourism initiatives to create additional incomes for famers to help reduce farmer suicides.