Teamwork and making friends in Ladakh


Come with us on a life-changing trip to India. You can contribute to our projects, experience the ‘real’ India whilst helping some of the most impoverished communities have the chance of a brighter future.

“To travel with Lotus Flower Trust is to become immersed in India. Don’t take preconceptions with you… When you are back in the UK, you will realise what a privilege it has been to enter people’s lives in this way.”

Lotus Flower Trust Guest 

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What opportunities do we offer?

Numerous opportunities exist to visit India with Lotus Flower Trust, with several trips per year. You will have the opportunity to recce potential projects, or work on existing projects, whilst meeting the local people in rural India. Once you get in touch, we will match your skills to our projects to ensure you can make the biggest possible impact during your stay. To be eligible to take part in such a trip, you need to donate at least £1,000 towards the work of the charity and you will to cover your own air flights and in-country costs.

Take the first step and get in touch – we will be happy to answer any questions you may have: Contact Us

You may also want to take a look at our Current Projects and Frequently Asked Questions about travelling to India.

What other ways are there to help?

  • Donate via Charity Checkout
    Every penny counts and remember, if you are a UK taxpayer, we can claim GiftAid on your donation to make your money go further.
  • Make a Difference Find out more about how we put money raised to good use, as well as other methods of providing financial support.
  • Help Spread the Word Join us on Facebook or Twitter and tell your friends about the amazing work we do.

Further Information:

What Can I Expect?

Whether you are visiting India to work on a project as an individual, with business colleagues or your fellow students, most trips follow a similar structure.

Travel within India can be varied depending on the project and area. This can include travelling off-road via Jeep, day or night trains, trekking or, occasionally, coaches.   You will either stay in a variety of hotels or camp in beautiful locations. Whilst working on the projects, you will get the chance to meet local dignitaries, the Panchayat (village committee), children, families and other characters!

When not working on the projects, you will have the opportunity to visit cultural sites such as the Taj Mahal, Ghandi’s grave and the Lotus Temple, as well as experiencing stunning views of the Himalayas, National Parks and the varied wildlife India has to offer.

Most importantly, you will meet the communities directly affected by our work and witness lives changed forever.


When Can I Go?

All our trips are scheduled to avoid extremes in climate – normally we can accommodate three expeditions in the summer holiday period with trips also possible in the spring and autumn holidays.

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