Visit the magical Mother India with Hunnyfly!
Tour Information for 2018 (10/29-11/9):
Join us on an amazing tour of Delhi, Agra, Mathura, Rishikesh and the Festival of Lights (Diwali). These are guided journeys with Martena & Vishal through our most favorite parts of North India.
Join us this October and spend a few days at an Elephant and Bear sanctuary. In India – as in all countries – animals are abused, mistreated and overworked. People’s activism in India’s wildlife conservation efforts ARE increasing and Wildlife SOS is a perfect example. We will spend 2-3 days working, helping and having a new experience in this social movement. We are very blessed to live in a country with – although there are problems still – ALOT of concern for animal welfare. Let’s take some of that activism and bring it abroad!
I have known people that decided to take the malaria treatment prior to travel. More often than not they got sick and couldn’t travel due to the medication. So, I would keep in mind that you are going to a country where millions of people live and there are great doctors that have current medical training. India has medicine and in the event you did contract Malaria (which I have never seen) we could get you to a medical doctor. However, the choice is yours. You can check the CDC for India so you can make an informed choice. We are taking our 3 year old this year so I am of course nervous that due to his age he will get sick, so I am taking precautions as well. We are even bringing a car seat!
I got an immunoglobulin before I left on my first trip in 2005 and I was current on all of my vaccinations. I would caution against eating ANY meat products or “lettuce” AKA salad in India. Eat only vegetables that are can be peeled or are heated and cooked. Use hand-sanitizer constantly. During my first year of travel there I think I actually washed my fruits with hand-sanitizer first, then rinsed with bottled water. Please contact Martena at Hunnyfly Studios or just call/text. I’m at 760-459-9790.