Celebrate Earth Week with a $200 Discount Off Any Custom Kerala Package

Allison Sodha

Did you know that Sodha Travel is a member of The International Ecotourism Society (TIES), the largest and oldest ecotourism organization in the world? Through the years, Sodha Travel has maintained a commitment to sustainable business practices. This not only applies to the administrative elements of our company but also through Responsible Tourism: leaving the destination a better place than when you found it. Our team continues to seek new ways of incorporating sustainability and conservation in the travel industry.

Kerala Backwater Canal, AlleppeyIn celebration of Earth Week, Sodha Travel is offering a $200 credit toward any custom package in Kerala. Kerala is considered the heart of eco and sustainable tourism in India, and the diverse landscape includes palm-fringed beaches, hill stations, tea plantations, backwater canals, and wildlife sanctuaries. Select our popular Sublime Kerala itinerary or customize a private Kerala tour. This special was originally valid on reservations made by April 26th, but due to demand, we have extended the credit until April 30th!

Last October, I had the privilege to be a panelist at the Environmental Symposium at Lewis and Clark College. The symposium was about ecotourism in South Asia and its impact on tourists and locals, as pertaining to the economy and environment. My fellow panelists also discussed the impact and authenticity of sustainable tourism in other regions of South Asia. If you are interested in learning more, check out the video here:

http://vimeo.com/52026604

Remember, the $200 credit is only valid until April 30th, so contact a Sodha Travel Destination Specialist to plan your Kerala tour!

Topics: India, Kerala, EcoTourism

Allison Sodha

Written by Allison Sodha

Sodha Travel was born from my desire to share the beauty of India with the world. Since then, our services have extended to other destinations - but our passion remains the same. To me, traveling is a multifaceted relationship: a relationship with other cultures, a relationship with other people, and ultimately a relationship with our own self.