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They make up nearly 20 per cent of our population. Here are those who've made tourism accessible for the disabled.
Have wheels, will travel
A wheelchair-friendly circuit makes Ladakh accessible for the differently abled....
For businesses, it's ad-vantage point on social platform
For companies trying to reach out to more of their audience, creating a page on social networking sites has become vital to connecting and communicating with fans
Iqbal Makes a Difference
His limbs may be useless but a cool head powers this unlikely activist for the disabled
The Hindu, Metro Plus, Chennai edition :- "Trailblazers"
OFFBEAT Journeys Without Barriers does just that — make travel easy for the differently-abled
The Times of India, Chennai edition :- "A rural holiday"
Travel Another India...is setting up its first project in Tamil Nadu this year by refurbishing a few rooms at the Kovalam campus of The Banyan, an NGO that works with the mentally ill
Rajasthan Patrika, Jaipur Edition :- “
Sair Gaon Ki
Travel Another India provides packages for untouched villages, at the same time their purpose is to promote and publicise the existing handicrafts in these villages...
Hope in Another India
For tired and frazzled city-centric Indians, Gouthami’s Travel Another India provides a refreshing alternative to rural vacations. No wonder she was named one of the laureates of Cartier’s Women’s Initiative Awards
Gustasp & Jeroo irani retrace the steps taken by the Indian traveller in the year 2011 — a year of the gutsy and offbeat traveller, it would seem.
Mission 2012: Rediscovery of India
Why look elsewhere when you have plenty to see — and feel — in your backyard? Shivya Nath lists 12 destinations for which you don't need a passport
A Soulful Trip
Manthan Award 2011
A plateful of Pranpur : Kunzum Travel Mag - October 2011
Former NGO worker Gouthami empowers villagers by assisting them in setting up tourist infrastructure
Social Enterprise “Travel Another India” on Responsible Tourism
Nikkei newspaper article published on September 7 -
Nikkei CNBC interview
Nikkei Woman’s interview
Himalaya on Wheels in Imperia
Outlook Business article: Journeys to Another India
The serene mountain fastness of Ladakh from a unique perspective
Rural Tourism Ideas
Villages begin to reap benefits from rural tourism
Travel Another India – One Village at a Time
Accessible Himalayas! Visit Ladakh with Travel Another India
Gouthami (Travel Another India), is Asia’s laureate of Cartier Women’s Initiative Awards
K. Gouthami (IDS 1999) tells how Sussex helped her achieve the Cartier
Women’s Initiative Award for Asia
Himalaya on Wheels: Ladakh tours for people in wheelchairs
Can tourism help craft?
Discovery of ‘another' India
Gouthami from Travel Another India wins Cartier Women’s Initiative for Asia
Off the beaten track
Rural tourism has opened doors for the intrepid traveller eager to experience the true flavour of Indian villages, says
Visiting your roots
In this maddening hustle bustle of the modern day, most of us dream of a vacation , set in some tranquil abode of nature, a unique experience that enriches the body , mind and soul , full of contrasts and diversity. Something that can’t really be located in a guide book.
Himalaya on Wheels
Travelling far, barrier-free
Visiting inaccessible places is a reality for the disabled. “Journeys without Barriers” took intrepid steps that made it possible.
Entrepreneurs Coach Newcomers
New York Times
PARIS — Before Tong Sarochinee Paweenawat decided to pursue a master's degree in business administration this year, she had extensive
Lancé en 2007 par Cartier, le concours Women's Initiative Awards récompense les femmes qui, partout dans le monde, sautent le pas et créent leur propre entreprise.
Bernard Fornas, le PDG de Cartier International,
récompense le'sprit d'entreprise au féminin
Cartier Trophy Goes To Tourism Project
We are proud to announce that we have won the final round of the Cartier Women's Initiative awards, 2010. Read more by clicking here...
Thank you for your continued support!
Read about us in the Business Standard, dated 23.7.2010, or click here to read more....
Travel another India wins the Sankalp award for emerging companies in Rural Innovations for 2009.
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