Browning is going on her own travel odyssey, teaming up with the philanthropic travel company, Elevate Destinations on a new trip to India, fulfilling one of her own secret travel dreams. As Browning puts it on the Elevate Destinations website: "one of the most important lessons I have learned is not to defer our dreams for too long. So off we go!"
The 14-day adventure takes place next February and includes three nights in Delhi, three nights in Jaipur, two nights in Nimaj, a night in Rohet, two nights in Shahpura and two nights in Udaipur. The experience includes a private elephant safari, yoga, meditation, tours of temples and visits with local artists. In Nimaj, travelers will stay in a conservation area and learn about rainwater harvesting and Durry rug weaving. All Elevate Destinations trips benefit a philanthropic organization. This one supports RugMark and the GoodWeave project which works to end illegal child labor in the carpet industry and to offer educational opportunities to children in South Asia. The trip costs $8,500 per person with a single supplement of $1500 per person. More details are available on the Elevate Destinations website.