In January 2012, the idea of India Untravelled began on an organic farm in the northern state of Punjab,
where I was hosted by a family from the local pind (small village), says founder Shivya Nath. In the
interiors of Punjab, this was a responsible travel initiative started by one family, who wanted to bring
tourism to their postcard village in a way that would benefit both the local community and the
Our destinations offer unique cultural experiences and will make you fall in love with them. We work as a social enterprise that aims to set travellers off the beaten track in rural India, where life can be experienced through unique countryside escapes, organic farm stays, village stays, and traditional home stays, rejuvenate your spirit with the region’s folk music & dances, discuss local legends & stories around a bonfire, and explore centuries old indigenous art forms.
You’ll love getting away from the crowds of the cities, and unwinding amid nature, in a safe &
comfortable environment. At the same time, the revenue that your visits generate will help support and
sustain the local communities, their heritage, culture, traditions and art forms.In addition to that, We
also offer carbon-neutral trips in remote Himalayan villages which minimize the impact of travelling in
such ecologically-sensitive regions, and also support organic farming initiatives across India.