Experiential Journey with TGG Foundation in Wayanad

"MAKE THE WORLD A BETTER PLACE TO LIVE"

The experiential journey programs with TGG Foundation are available through the Responsible Human Mission, a membership program promoted by us to consciously connect people beyond geographical division, religion, race, gender, and color.

We work to empower the rural community through sustainable livelihood creation.

Our initiatives can be divided into the following core activities:

SUSTAINABLE LIVING:
In the year 2014, we took over the maintenance of the Green Gardens Farm in Wayanad, Kerala and have started working towards sustainability. Our vision was to transform the farm into a zero waste, zero budget project that empowers the rural community and provides a venue for urban youths and international students to understand sustainability practices.

Book your Sustainable Living Practice (SLP): https://www.airbnb.co.in/rooms/23804288
Book your Sustainable Living Experience (SLE): https://www.airbnb.co.in/rooms/20314586

MINIMALIST LIVING:
Started in the year 2018, The RHM Center exists to engage those individuals looking to broaden their capacity for purposeful human transformation. By our nature, we are curious creatures, and that curiosity for inner growth and expansion is all that is needed to begin a journey of transformation. Our hope is that all can embark on this path towards a life of kind selflessness and compassionate responsibility. If you are drawn to this self-exploration in a natural healing environment with us we look forward to meeting you.

Book your Minimalist Living Experience: https://www.airbnb.co.in/rooms/54286240

It would be our great pleasure to introduce you to Wayanad, Kerala. It is a bio-diversity hot spot surrounded by beautiful nature and scenery.

You will be welcomed by a friendly and warm community, who are part of our mission to make the world a better place to live.

My name is S.V Laiju, I am the founder and Chairman of TGG Foundation which is a self-sustaining, registered rural development charitable trust working for the benefit of the rural community. We uphold a "One World" Philosophy in which we believe that the world is connected and all people united. We view everyone as equal. Our work is dedicated to rid hatred and discrimination and promote empathy and compassion. Our Karma guides us to work for the welfare of others without any self-interest. Most importantly we believe we "need to be the change we wish to see in the world" and inspire others to be active in their communities through our example.


Reviews

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Staff & Host

5.0

Hours & Tasks

5.0

Hostel

5.0

Learning & Fun

4.5

Mexico

5

Volunteering at TGG has been one of the most significant experiences of my life so far, for several reasons: it took me out from my comfort zone in a very unique way (and this made me grow), I met grounded and wise human beings (and we had beautiful conversations), I got close to nature like never before, I started exploring new academic branches of interest, and I was given the space to be myself. Would definitely recommend. Thanks TGG!

4 months ago

India

5

Laiju and Namita were like family. From day one we connected like as if we started from where we left off. We always worked as a team to see what best could be done for future projects in mind. We cared, we laughed, we shared some beautiful moments, we comforted each other. They always took me along everywhere they went, and I so enjoyed being a part of their life for 17 days. More than anything, “We were one!”

10 months ago

United States

5

This is very much a place that gives you the space and freedom to decide what kind of experience you wish to have. Both the farm and center are quiet and beautiful and the food is really wonderful. Everyone is kind and there is no pressure to rush about at all. The vision of the foundation allows you to contribute through creative ways or simply learn from the surroundings there.

almost 5 years ago


Perfect for you if you're looking for

Contact with nature

Vegetarian / Vegan

Rural

Contact with animals

Spiritual

Wilderness