In an effort to promote Responsible Travel in Himalayas, DoW Community came up with one of its kind of an initiative in terms of spreading smiles in Himalayas in the form of DoW Causes. DoW – Causes, is a kind of social responsibility initiative from DoW Community where a travelers/tourists are expected to contribute in his/her own small individual capacity measures towards local lives of Himalayas. We expect that the members of our community who will be visiting various parts of Himalayas in time to come, will try to support these small, small causes in their own capacities in order to provide direct help to the people of Himalayas and help them grow in their own sense and space.
This initiative not only brings about the change in the way we travel to Himalayas but also adds the missing element from our Travel, that is a special connect with locals up there. In order to have a memorable experience while you travel, I feel connecting with the locals is one of the best way to cherish memories of our journeys for long time to come. Feel free to take out few minutes of your time and read about all the DoW Causes supported by us in detail at the link: DoW Causes – Spreading Smiles in Himalayas.
Some of our noble initiatives from the DoW Community members were also got published under various news media publications including Deccan Herald on DoW Causes, Zee News DNA for Clean Kasol Drive and Hindustan Times & some others names also quoted us for great efforts put in for Kashmir Flood Relief. You can read these articles under the Announcements forum of DoW Community. These were few initiatives that helped us expand the spirit of Responsible Travel in Himalayas with DoW Causes whose stories can be found under the link: Stories of DoW Causes in Himalayas
Since, many of the readers of DoW Blog were not aware of this noble initiative from DoW Travel Community, I thought of sharing a small post on DoW Blog to make the readers up here aware about DoW Causes and how they can contribute or connect and spread smiles among the local Himalayan people when they travel up there in Himalayas.