There is little about India that isn’t dazzling. It is a country that, by all accounts, maintains an incredible display of light and colour. In fact, two of the most well-known festivals, Diwali and Holi, celebrate this fact – in spectacular fashion. Amidst this light and colour, you’ll find a diverse collection of people, sometimes clustered together in the teeming cities and sometimes spread apart across more barren terrain. All in all, there are some truly breathtaking landscapes to behold. From the acres of emerald forest in Kodaikanal, to the idyllic crystal waters running through Yumthang Valley. From the endless golden sand dunes of Jaisalmer, to the green paddy fields and white water lilies in Alappuzha. From the giant waterfall of Nohkalikai to the vibrant tea gardens of Kerala. And the list goes on.
Time in India is, in all ways, a constant adventure. There is historic architecture to admire, tantalising food to taste, age-old spiritualities to embrace and an array of wildlife to cherish. Any time spent volunteering in India will certainly be remembered forever.