Help protect India's forests. Learn about how to live in harmony with nature from the Malayali tribe- the 'people of the hills'. Empower some of India's most remote communities in a sustainable way.
Walk the Eco Trail!
Trekking and Camping
The Eco Trail is a wonderful opportunity for young people to come and learn about the fascinating forests of the Eastern Ghats and the Hindu Malayali tribal hamlets nestled within them. With intrepid treks, vibrant information centres and friendly hosts, it's a day out you'll never forget!
The Eco Trail project is a Sustainable Livelihood Program for the Hindu Malayali tribe that live in remote regions of Jawadhi Hills. Tribal women from all over the hills work together to teach young people from outside the hills about their way of life and, most importantly, how to 'live in harmony with nature', tribal style!
The Eco Trail project was set up in beautiful but isolated areas of the Jawadhi Hills, where many live far below the poverty line. Through this program, tribal women in these villages have increased their incomes by up to 200% and many are now sending the first generation of children in Jawadhi Hills to schools!
If you would like to organise an Eco Trail day, all you have to do is get in touch with Seb's Projects India! Let us know how many people are coming, specific topic (if needed) and catering specifics. Just click on the link below...
Join the Eco Trail!
Our Work at Seb's Projects India
Eco Trail used as tribal development example for Bihari IAS training program at VIT.
New trekking routes to be opened in hill top hamlets Karpanankollai and Maraduvallimedu
Eco Trail triples incomes in pioneer village of Thandayankottai!