“Unless commitment is made, there are only promises and hopes; but no plans.” – Peter F. Drucker 

When you’re surrounded by people who share a passionate commitment around a common purpose, anything is possible and world is bound to be better. 

We are genuinely committed to Preserve Natural and Cultural Heritage of Rural India

1.Eco-friendly Tourism with least impact on environment
2.Sustainable Tourism with benefits to Local Communities

Our sincere endeavor is to be as eco-friendly as possible and be environmentally responsible that promotes conservation, has low visitor impact, and provides beneficially active socio-economic involvement of local populations. While passionately pursuing sustainable tourism to have positive impact on the local society, their culture and economy; supporting the integrity of local cultures by favoring businesses which conserve cultural heritage and traditional values.

Our top priority is to ensure that LOCAL COMMUNITY gets the benefits of tourism. Therefore we want our participants to be sensitive to such issues and willing to cooperate.

To begin with, Green Dot Expeditions has adopted a Ladakhi family from a village which is 80 kilometers from Leh. We are training them to conduct photo walks in their village and provide homestay to photographers. The traditionally dressed folks shall be getting a fee to model and this shall help preserve their culture through photography. As of now the culture in Ladakh is diminishing very fast and every denizen of the region is worried about it.

Also, we shall be sensitising travellers about the environmental issues through our good practices of eco-friendly tourism.



We believe to LEAD BY EXAMPLE, what we preach we practice.

  • Disposable Plates and Mugs: We don’t use any disposable items for food, it generates lots of avoidable trash. And its not hygienic.
  • Barbeque Coal: We don’t burn wood charcoal for our barbeque. We use charcoal briquettes which are produced from coconut shells.
  • Bonfire : We don’t encourage bonfire just for fun sake, yes if we can buy cow-dung-cakes from locals then we organise bonfire or we use charcoal briquettes. But we don’t burn wood.
  • Paper Napkins: We don’t use paper napkins for day to day usage.
  • Cloth Napkins: We used cotton napkins for kitchen and while serving food to our guests.
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