India basically is what you make of it and what you want it to be. If you like history, India has plenty of forts, ruins, palaces, battlefields and monuments. If you love beaches there are enough of those to satisfy the most avid sun worshipper. If adventure is your thing then head for Himalayas to trek, to drive or to climb. India is a place somehow gets into your blood. You cannot simply see it, you have to experience it. And the best way to experience it is to stay with locals. While staying at a homestay, you come to learn their life, culture, traditions and taste their food. Homestays are mostly social and informal settings where interaction with your hosts and co-travelers give you an immersive experience.
The concept of homestays in India has gained immense popularity especially in South and North-East parts of India. Places like Kerala, Ladakh, Sikkim, Arunachal, Meghalaya, Spiti in upper Himachal and Uttarakhand provide homestays in really off-beat locations and also where there is no hotel available.
Homestay of India is a meeting place for travelers from across the world who wishes to explore India while living with locals. We offer authentic, handpicked and well-crafted homestays where you are never a client but a guest.
These are one of the best located homes in the locality with beautiful surroundings and friendly hosts
Hosts are professionally trained by us to make your stay an unforgettable Experience.
They are known to us for years and we have lived here multiple times.
They are environment friendly and support the concept of responsible eco-friendly tourism
”I traveled from Muscat to Delhi to explore Leh – Ladakh. My stay here with Homestays of India helped me understand the culture and lifestyle of our fellow countrymen in the northern most part of this great country. Rather than rushing to the so called famous spots and staying like tourists, I explored the places at relaxed pace and thoroughly enjoyed staying with nature and its inhabitants.”
“It was awesome experience to stay at Homestays of India, Khuri. The experience took us away from the mechanical and robotic routine city life to country side relaxed lifestyle. We enjoyed basking in the warm afternoon sun on khatiya (bed) and having tasty local food of Rajesthan - gutte ki sabji, Bajre ki roti, jaggery and bajre ki khichadi. The evening with folk dance performance was cherry on the cake.”