The place, also known as the “French Riviera of the East “and currently known officially as Puducherry, is a Union territory on the eastern coast of Southern India. Puducherry has a large number of Indian and a small number of non-Indian descent residents with French passports. These are descendants of those who chose to remain French when the French establishment presented the residents with an option to either remain French or become Indians at the time of Puducherry’s transfer to India in 1954.
Accommodation and food: Eco friendly Cottages at a Research organization with in house dining options and opportunities to explore the tastes of the city.
The tour: An eco-friendly experience adapted to desires and needs of travelers, through a large and innovative choice of learning activities and facilities, in a quiet and beautiful area surrounded by luxurious garden, fields of coconut trees and a wild beach of the Bay of Bengal, offers a traveler great choice of activities around Ecology, Marine Biodiversity, Ayurveda and yoga practices, etc,