Work With Us

Work With Us


Delhi Office
Sr. Executive - Himachal sales and bookings
Requirement: Reasonable knowledge of the Himalayas, good written and spoken English and at least one year of sales experience. You would be required to interact and communicate with guests on phone, mail, sometimes in person and facilitating their travel to our retreats. Do note that even though you would be focusing on Himachal mainly, this is a company where everyone ends up doing everything. The work can range from focusing on Himachal to filling in for someone once in a while and look after other bookings to escorting tours. We like everyone to be hands on. Most of Himachal travels happen in summers. For balance of the year, we would expect you to pitch in as and where needed. During off season work is done on promotionals, planning for next season.

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Volunteer Work
Are you the one
The context of our camp and retreats offer an insight into an old, traditional tribal culture, set in the immensely beautiful Himalayas. The visitors to our places are mostly people from all walks of life. An interaction with them can provide you with a deeper understanding of present day India while enjoying your work. There is no fixed work profile. You are required to pitch into anything and everything and be completely hands on. Work can range from housekeeping to escorting on walks to day to day coordination between various activities to singing around bonfire.

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Some of our past volunteers say:

?I?ve had a fantastic time in the three and a half months that I spent here, and I feel I?ve learned and gotten so much. In fact I feel I?ve received more from Banjara than what I?ve been able to give in return. And I?ve felt like home here from the very beginning. Everyone has been wonderful to me and people have been taking such great care of me. In addition to the people, I?ve loved the food, the accommodation and the ?job?, all in all ? everything.?

Mari Heikkinen,
Volunteer from Finland, 2011

since one week I am back to Austria. It is good to be again with my family and friends, but as you all can imagine I miss the friends I made there in India (and the food ;) ). I had a lovely time in Sangla - being there was one of the best experiences I ever made! So this is the big thank-you-email! It is not easy being back home, not waking up beside the river, not having fresh Mangos in the morning, not being surrounded by snowpeeks and not going for the Raksham walk three times a week ;) I think it will take some time. Till then I will think of all of you guys every single minute :)

Volunteer from Austria, 2012