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Overview

Central Himalayan Institute for Nature & Applied Research (CHINAR) is a Non Profit Organization based in the Indian Himalaya and engaged in applied research and development and capacity development related to sustainable mountain ecosystems for sustainable livelihoods of the mountain communities.

Safaris and Tours

Experience India’s rich culture, ecological heritage and hospitality in the Himalayas. Stay in homestays, witness indigenous agriculture practices, handicrafts such as carpet and blanket weaving, folk songs and dance and enjoy local cuisine. Trek up to Heeramani Glacier and camp in upper meadows to experience ecological diversity.

  • Country:
    India,
  • Tour Type:
    Guided, Small Group
  • Safari Standard:
    Budget, Camping
  • Start/end:
    Start/end in Delhi
  • price icon
    10 Days from
    $1550 p/p in USD
  • departures icon
    Departures: Apr, May, Jun, Oct, Nov, Dec

This amazing safari is ideal for wildlife lovers especially birders. Hike through the Indian Himalaya mountain region with its majestic flora and fauna. Walk along old nature trails in oak forests, visit Nanda Devi Bird Sanctuary and India’s tiger reserve, Corbett National Park.

  • Country:
    India,
  • Tour Type:
    Guided, Small Group
  • Safari Standard:
    Camping
  • Start/end:
    Start/end in Delhi
  • price icon
    6 Days from
    $1500 p/p in USD
  • departures icon
    Departures: Apr, May, Oct, Nov

CHINAR

CHINAR HN 41 Maldan Cottage Nainital Uttarakhand
  • India

Company Profile

CHINAR is registered as a Trust under Trust Registration Act 1882. The main goal of the organization is sustainable mountain ecosystems for sustainable livelihoods.

The main objectives of the organizations are:

  • To work for livelihood improvement of the Himalayan Communities to raise the quality and standard of living
  • To document and promote indigenous knowledge of the Himalayan communities
  • To raise awareness on environmental, cultural and social issues of Himalaya among citizens/society at large
  • To develop the capacity of Himalayan communities for ecological restoration, livelihoods and cultural improvement
  • To research and document the ecological and cultural richness of the Himalaya and work for its betterment
  • To research, develop and promote appropriate technologies for the Himalaya
  • To improve the education standard through experiential learning, new methodologies and capacity development of teacher

CHINAR

CHINAR HN 41 Maldan Cottage Nainital Uttarakhand
  • India
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