Environment and community based tourism projects in Northeast India
Tribal Homestays in Majuli Island
Visitors to Majuli Island in Assam can stay in simple homestays run by local tribal families helping in the enhancement of local culture.
HOMESTAYS IN DZULEKE
Angami villagers of Dzuleke in the Naga Hills run a small tourism based homestay program benefitting both local economy and culture.
COMMUNITY TOURISM AT MANAS
Manas Ever Welfare Society is a grassroots organization formed to conserve wildlife and engage in community based tourism.
COMMUNITY BASED TOURISM IN ZIRO
Ngunu Ziro is a grassroots organization of the Apatani tribespeople engaged in community development and conservation.
COMMUNITY TOURISM IN THEMBANG
Thembang in the mountains of Arunachal Pradesh runs a community based ecotourism project to assist wildlife and livelihoods.
HOMESTAYS IN MAWLYNNONG
Khasi families of Mawlynnong in Meghalaya have opened numerous homestays while the village also has a strong community program.
COMMUNITY ECOTOURISM IN TIPAM
The Tai Phake community of Tipam and Namphake villages in Assam are using tourism to preserve culture and the rainforest.
COMMUNITY TOURISM AT NONGRIAT
The village of Nongriat in the forested Khasi Hills has a small tourism project to offer stay facilities to the few visitors coming by.
TRIBAL HOMESTAYS IN NAMPONG
Few families of the Tangsa tribe have recently started homestay facilities as a means to promote their culture and environment.
COMMUNITY TOURISM IN TOUPHEMA
The village of Touphema in the verdant Naga Hills has a small community based tourism model that assists the economy and culture.