Travel entrepreneur could be a passionate individual or any social enterprise (NGO's etc) or community based organizations, working to solve the problems related to the development of community from the grassroots level.
We have been facing water crises for a long time and we needed support/ solution, 'lets travel for a cause' has shown us an avenue to get a solution for the problems.
I am a progressive farmer and always look at new ideas to increase earning and generating livelihood, the information exchange that takes place during group discussions gives us new perspectives, for example when we get to know about selling price in of the local produce in the market we really get surprised and it pushes us to think a step ahead and look for solutions
Vikram Singh Rajpura
There are certain things for which we always struggle, if we go to government it gets stuck in the process and simple things take years to come in reality and we do not have funds or at time do not know how to solve simple problems but when someone from outside comes without any hidden agenda and looks at solving our problems. We get a lot of confidence
Sanjay KharkwalSuyal Khark
I really like this idea, particularly people come from outside spend time with us, identify problems and try to provide solutions
Vibrant, joyful and fun filled journey that is how I would describe our visit to small town on hill, Champawat. All credit goes to Abhishek who inspired me to travel for a cause. Our group was mix of ten enthusiastic and beautiful people who are aged between sweet six to fit sixty. I would describe the whole journey as meaningful and for a purpose. Love you all micro-travellers. You made it beautiful.
Santosh Sah - Senior IT Professional
I realized that people don't take trips, trips take people. Travel is the only thing you buy that makes you richer. It made me richer with stories, contentment, inexplicable ecstasy and peace that no money could have bought. And Oh!! the places you'll go to and the experiences you will have!! Nobody can discover the world for you. Do it now.
Kumud Tripathi, Professional Trainer & Coach
It was quite an experience traveling with these wonderful people to a serene place called Champawat. It was the longest ride of my life covering 530 km in almost 16 hours. Getting to understand the problems of villagers and watching, taking part in the development activities and an effort to help these farmers was simply inspiring. Really don't just travel, lets travel for a cause!