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    We all have heard at least one of our colleagues talk about ditching it all to travel the world, but how often do people make a career out of being on a permanent or partial vacation? Not many. These are some influential social-media savvy travellers and digital nomads who’re inspiring people to do what makes them happy and venture into the unknown. Let’s see what these top travel bloggers in India have to say about their travel-love.

    FYI: The list is in no particular order and hence, does not indicate the ranking of bloggers.

    1.Neelima Vallangi

    A brilliant, brilliant photographer and solo traveller, Neelima Vallangi is a true inspiration to budding travellers and explorers. If you’re having a bad day, just go to her Instagram profile and scroll through her feed for some refreshing pictures of heavenly landscapes. Neelima is a trekker, adventurer, and you will mostly find her in the mighty Himalayas.

    Must Read: A Letter To All The First-Time Solo Female Travelers What prompted Neelima to go on your first journey? She started her travel journey in 2008. It was her trip to Ladakh with family when she first witnessed India’s diversity. Her first time in the Himalayas turned into an obsession. What kind of travel does Neelima like? Neelima is a sucker for adventure, trekking, and anything that involves travelling to the magnificent Himalayas. What are Neelima’s top travel experiences? She has stalked a snow leopard in Ladakh, snorkelled in one of the world’s most pristine coral reefs, hiked for a whole month in Turkey, explored the vast steppes of Mongolia by a truck for weeks, spent a lot of time in the snowfields and slopes of Himalayas. Blog | Facebook


     

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    2. Archana Singh

    Archana Singh is an award-winning travel writer and speaker. Her impressive storytelling and photography skills have made her travel blog extremely popular around the world. Archana’s Instagram feed is a testimony of her travel adventures.

      A post shared by Archana Singh (@travelseewrite) on

    What prompted you to go on your first journey?
    Thanks to an army background and hostel life, I have been travelling since I was a kid. But one trip that changed my outlook towards solo travel was my trip to Europe in 2012. I was a bundle of nerves when I went on that trip, but since then, there has been no looking back.

    What’s your favourite travel destination?
    Japan. I loved it for the unique mix of culture and modernity it offers. I visited it during the autumn season when the whole country was ablaze with autumn foliage.

    What’s that one travel gadget you always keep in your backpack?
    Camera either in the form of a mobile phone or a DSLR/GoPro.

    Do you have a favourite travel book or a travel movie?
    Into the Wild for presenting the true essence of travel and finding oneself while travelling to unknown territories.

    A piece of advice for all the wanderlust-ERS out there?
    Travel is like an addiction and you can never have enough of it. With every travel, you grow as an individual. My only advice would be to travel with an explorer’s open mind and be adaptable. The humbler and grounded you become, the more love you get in return. Also, travel for the love of travel not just for the GRAM.

    A travel quote that always inspires you to travel.
    Happiness is only real when shared.

    Blog | Facebook

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    3. Ajay Sood

    A travel photographer by profession and passion, Ajay Sood is one of the top Indian travel bloggers of India. His Instagram feed is an array of incredible landscapes, people, streets, and architectures. It wouldn’t be an exaggeration to say that he has covered most of the continents during his travel.

    What prompted you to go on your first journey? I was 9 years old and my parents had to visit my grandparents’ place in Phagwara, which is a town 35km from my hometown, Ludhiana. My grandma was a brilliant cook. So, visiting her was always a treat. I insisted I’ll also come to Phagwara after school gets over. So, I travelled alone as a 9-year old. And, ever since, got hooked on travel. What’s your favourite travel destination? That destination had remained on my bucket list for decades. It was only late last year (November 2017) when I finally visited Iceland. The place has all the magic I had expected. It has some of the largest glaciers in Europe you can snowmobile for miles on, craziest eerie ice caves that you can sing in, sprawling natural Jacuzzis (thermal baths) for sipping a chilled beer in arctic winters, Northern lights that remind you of a discotheque, caves filled with centuries-old lava, stunning landscape you can’t get enough of, gigantic waterfalls that inspire awe, and… and a large number of ‘Game of Thrones’ locations. What’s that one travel gadget you always keep in your backpack? My iPhone with scores of apps that range from Translate Voice Pro (my go-to app in countries where very few can communicate in English), The Photographer’s Ephemeris (it tells me the sunrise/sunset time and direction of sun at any spot I plan to shoot in), Night Sky (helps me find the Pole Star during my Astro-photography night outs), and many more. Do you have a favourite travel book or a travel movie? My favourite movie is ‘Into the wild’. The biographical story of Christopher from ‘Alexander Supertramp’ to ‘The Magic Bus’ is a story of someone who is a true explorer at heart. My favourite book is ‘Atlas Obscura’. As the foreword of the book mentions it, this book is not for travellers, but for explorers. A piece of advice for all the wanderlust-ERS out there? Here’s a money-saving travel hack. When abroad, don’t exchange currency. Use ATM. You’ll save around 8%. A travel quote that always inspires you to travel. Leave behind only footsteps. Bring back only memories. Blog | Facebook

    4. Shivya Nath

    A prominent name in the travel industry, Shivya needs no introduction. At the age of 23, she quit her comfortable and high-paying corporate job to travel the world. This solo female traveller has packed her life into a backpack and now inspiring people around the world to do what they love. She has travelled in parts of Africa, Europe, Southeast Asia, the Middle East, Latin America, the Caucasus region and the Indian subcontinent.

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    How does Shivya like to travel?
    Shivya is an offbeat traveller who loves to explore the lesser explored parts of the world. She likes to go slow while travelling, go under the skin of a place, talk to the locals, and live her stay. She’s usually seen travelling solo in the lesser known countries and cities of Europe.

    Tips to save money for travel?
    1. Don’t do unnecessary shopping and find free hobbies to keep you entertained and busy at weekends.
    2. Avoid eating out in restaurants and cafes. You can easily save INR 500 to INR 1000 a day.
    3. Shivya recommends working online.
    4. Sell the things you don’t need.
    5. Get rid of that credit card and save for small and budget trips.

    Blog | Facebook

    5. Ami Bhat

    A restless ball of energy, Ami is a wandere for life and one of the top Indian travel bloggers. She’s a photography enthusiast and a travel blogger by passion. Ami is a total sucker for heritage destinations, turquoise beaches, and lofty mountains.

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    What prompted you to go on your first journey? Honestly, I don’t recall my first journey. It was just a natural progression of things. However, my earliest memories of my travel for leisure abroad was with my parents as I toured the Far-East (Thailand, Singapore, HongKong and Philippines). It was our family holiday together and for some reason, though I was just 7, I remember it all. What’s your favourite travel destination? I don’t have one, I have many and it keeps increasing. For now, Ladakh, Meghalaya, Bhutan, Gold Coast, and Udaipur. What’s that one travel gadget you always keep in your backpack? My Camera. I just cannot travel without it. Do you have a favourite travel book or a travel movie? My favourite movie I would say, Queen. A piece of advice for all the wanderlust-ERS out there? Travel not to tick off lists. Travel coz you want to enjoy what you see and experience. A travel quote that always inspires you to travel. Travelling is like Breathing. Blog | Facebook

    6. Nivedith Gajapathy

    In 2015, Nivedith Gajapathy quit his Digital Marketing job to explore the world. Other than being a traveler, Nivedith is an experience collector, foodie, and a tech-savvy guy. His blog offers insights into food, culture, and lifestyle of different communities around the world. Nivedith is among the most famous travel bloggers in India, and if you want some serious travel inspiration, you need to follow him on his journey.

    What prompted you to go on your first journey?
    I have been travelling with family all my life, but the trip that changed the way I travel was my solo trip to Malaysia, which actually made me realise that it is the journey that matters, not the destination and that’s when I started seriously documenting my experience on social media channels and blog as well.

    Your favorite travel destination
    My personal favourite has been Australia. Although I have just seen 0.1% of this beautiful country, I will be doing a solo 1-month-long trip to Australia again in the near future.

    One travel gadget you always keep in your backpack
    As a tech-freak, half of my baggage allowance goes in gadgets. When I travel, I primarily rely on my phone and DSLR.

    Your favorite travel book/movie of all time
    My favourite travel movies are Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara and EuroTrip.

    A piece of advice for all the wanderlust-ERS out there.
    Don’t Plan a trip, live it. I prefer doing impromptu trips and that’s where the journey counts.

    A travel quote that always inspires you to travel.
    Travel is the only thing that you buy, that makes you richer.

    Blog | Facebook

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    7. Umang Trivedi

    One of the top travel bloggers of India, Umang Trivedi loves to explore the remote corners of the world.. He’s an adventurer, mountain lover and an admirer of unspoiled nature. Umang has conquered mountain peaks like Rupin Pass and Stok Kangri.

    What prompted you to go on your first journey? For me, the discovery of beautiful landscapes and immersive experiences is very exhilarating. The urge to discover something new and unique, which is not possible in everyday life, prompted me to go on my first journey. Your favorite travel destination Bhutan would forever remain as my favourite travel destination. In fact, I started writing about my travels after paying a visit to Bhutan. The surreal landscapes and friendly people with great hospitality left an everlasting impression on me. One travel gadget you always keep in your backpack I recently purchased a GoPro and since then, I always make sure of keeping it. It’s very easy to handle and produces great results for both, photos and videos. Your favorite travel book/movie of all time My favourite travel movie would be The Secret Life of Walter Mitty. I love how he takes brave decisions in the breathtaking backdrop of Iceland and then continuous to go on adventures that bring him closer to his purpose. A piece of advice for all the wanderlust-ERS out there At least once, you should go somewhere unplanned. No bookings, no reservations, no itinerary. Just go and see where the road takes you. I used to plan my itineraries very intricately to not miss out on things. But, since I started travelling in an unplanned manner, I find my travels to be much more fulfilling. A travel quote that always inspires you to travel “It’s not the mountain we conquer, but ourselves.” – Edmund Hilary. Blog | Facebook

    8. Abhinav Singh

    Abhinav has traveled to more than 200 destinations in past 10 years in India and abroad. He was fired from his corporate job of 7 year for traveling too much. After a bout of depression and anxiety he changed his situation in to an advantage and became a successful travel blogger within the 1st year of blogging.

    What prompted you to go on your first journey?
    My first independent solo trip was to Chennai, Mahabalipuram and Pondicherry in 2010. It was an emotional journey as I was revisiting the place to re-live the special memories I made there some years ago. I loved managing everything on my own. The financial power—thanks to my first job—gave me the ability to do things my way in a new place. The freedom and the new sensory stimulations excited and inspired me. Since then I am hooked.

    Your favourite travel destination
    I have been to more than 200 places in India in the last 10 years and also visited many countries. However, Mumbai remains my favourite place. Ever since I have left it, I go back at least once a year to visit Mumbai. Goa, Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh are also close to my heart.

    One travel gadget you always keep in your backpack.
    I keep it really simple. I can not travel without my DSLR and cellphone. Yes, I am a digital slave.

    Your favourite travel book/movie of all time.
    My favourite travel books are Rediscovering Dharavi, Hot Tea across India, To The Ends Of The World, Falling Off The Map, Into The Wild, Motorcycle Diaries.

    My favourite travel movies are, Dhanak, Ye Jawani Hai Diwani, Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, Wild, The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, Into The Wild.

    A piece of advice for all the wanderlust-ERS out there.
    Stay humble about travel. Do not conquer mountains, love and protect it instead. Do not be in a hurry to travel too much too soon. Enjoy travel at a slow place. And most importantly, be a responsible traveller. Please do not take a ride on elephants, horses or buy plastic mineral water bottles.

    A travel quote that always inspires you to travel.
    India is the one land that all men desire to see, and having seen once, by even a glimpse, would not give that glimpse for all the shows of all the rest of the globe combined. – Mark Twain

    Blog | Facebook

    9. Indrani Ghose

    Indrani is no ordinary traveller. A fun and courageous wanderer, she’s an ex-Indian Air Force employee, who once dreamt of travelling around the globe. From Singapore to Portugal and Jaisalmer to Guwahati, she has travelled to over 21 countries and 250+ cities till now. She has done many road trips across Europe and Southeast Asia with her family.

    What prompted you to go on your first journey? We as a family, place travel as a must-do thing during vacations. I think it is in the genes. My parents have taken us siblings out during vacations and now I travel with my family often. For us, travel is another kind of learning experience, something which is impossible to get in schools and colleges. Your favorite travel destination It is all the Unesco World Heritage sites. Our road trips in different countries have been planned along the Unesco sites of that country. The last major road trip we did was through Spain and Portugal – 3155kms. We covered 23 sites on this trip alone. One travel gadget you always keep in your backpack I am not a big fan of tech gadgets but mobiles with google maps, good camera and a good collection of music have been a constant companion on our road trips. Your favorite travel book/movie of all time 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea is my most favourite travel book till now. A piece of advice for all the wanderlust-ERS out there I am not sure if I am there yet to advise, but I would like to say, travel responsibly. Travellers today travel to the remotest part, popularise it and the next thing we know a horde of tourists marching to the newly discovered destination spoiling it in the process. Respect locals, their lifestyle and their privacy. A travel quote that always inspires you to travel. “Wherever you go, go with all your heart.” – Confucius Blog | Facebook

    10. Swati & Sam

    A software engineer duo, Swati and Sam are among the top Indian travel bloggers in luxury travel segment. They have travelled to 16 international destinations and to many corners of Indian towns and cities. Now the pair are the go-to travel guides for travelers in and around the world.


    Your favorite travel destination
    It’s difficult to pick one. We love Bali, Maldives, Seychelles, Switzerland and Thailand.

    One travel gadget you always keep in your backpack
    Powerbank is what we need with us on our trips.

    Your favorite travel book/movie of all time
    Under the Tuscan Sun, Lost in Translation, and Into the wild

    A piece of advice for all the wanderlust-ERS out there
    Don’t overthink. If budget is a constraint, you can spend your weekends exploring nearby places.

    A travel quote that always inspires you to travel.
    “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did. So throw off the bowlines, sail away from the safe harbour. Catch the trade winds in your sail. Explore. Dream. Discover.” – Mark Taiwan

    Blog | Facebook


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    11. Agniswar and Amrita

    Two backpackers from Kolkata, Agniswar and Amrita love to explore and look for unconventional experiences and destinations. Amrita is adventurous while Agni always wanted to play safe. Together they’ve faced hailstorms of Himalayas, did scuba diving 12 metres below sea level, froze during Chadar River trek and even got stuck at a riot in Jammu. They share their stories of adventure and fun on their awesome blog, which makes them one of the most influential Indian travel bloggers.

    What prompted you to go on your first journey? The travelling bug had bitten us long back. The first trip we took together was way back in 2011 in Goa. We wanted to see the crazy world and Goa seemed to be the best place. One trip followed another and finally on our Amarnath trip, we did find the travellers in us. Your favourite travel destination. Northeast India is our favourite destination. We love the rugged and unexplored terrains and the varied cultures and customs of Northeast lure us the most. One travel gadget you always keep in your backpack Our Camera, smartphone, and power bank Your favourite travel book/movie of all time. Our favourite book is Journey to Lhasa – The Diary of a Spy by Sarat Chandra Das. We both love a movie called “The Way Back”. A piece of advice for all the wanderlust-ERS out there Travel as if no one is watching you. Travel makes you admire the smaller beauties of life. Do not just tick off your list of things to do. Enjoy a place and experience the culture and cuisines of the place. Travelling is not just about numbers, it is about the experience. A travel quote that always inspires you to travel. “Once a year, go someplace you’ve never been before” – Dalai Lama Blog | Facebook Suggested Read: Travel Etiquettes Around The World That Everyone Needs To Follow – With Examples!  

    12. Prachi & Himadri Garg

    Prachi & Himadri Garg are two sisters who have been exploring unexplored India for the last 8 years. Popularly known as Ghoomophirosisters, the two women are among the most famous travel bloggers in India. They have recently been awarded by MP Tourism as their best friend on Social Media in travel awards 2016 and by Gujarat Tourism Board for their services.

    What prompted you to go on your first journey?
    In Feb 2007, there was a forecast for sub-zero temp in Delhi, this pushed us to pack our bags and plan a trip to Shimla. This was our first solo backpack trip as ghoomophirosisters where-in we planned an impromptu trip without any prep. Since then, there has been no looking back.

    Your favorite travel destination
    North-East

    One travel gadget you always keep in your backpack
    Our DSLR Nikon-750

    Your favorite travel book/movie of all time
    Our favourite travel movie is Everest.

    A piece of advice for all the wanderlust-ERS out there
    Don’t think for the perfect time. Just pack your bags and travel.

    A travel quote that always inspires you to travel.
    “All that is gold does not glitter, Not all those who wander are lost.” – J.R.R. Tolkien

    Blog | Facebook

    13. Mayuri Patel

    If you want to learn how to travel with your full-time job, Mayuri is the person you should follow. She believes that in every aspect routine is lethal and hence, she keeps a balance of work and travel to make her life sweet and salty. You can follow her adventures on her blog.

    What prompted you to go on your first journey? I took my first trip in 2011 to Rajasthan. This was the start and those feelings of liberation and seeking new destinations, culture and experiences triggered my travel journey. From that year onward, I started exploring more and more and gradually I fell in love with the travelling. Your favorite travel destination Kasmir, India. It has everything a traveller wants. I am mountain person and I wouldn’t deny that Kashmir is heaven on the earth. One travel gadget you always keep in your backpack My Mobile Phone and DSLR. Your favorite travel book/movie of all time I don’t watch many movies but I love Dil Chahta Hai and Ye Jawani Hai Diwani. If we talk about books, Azadi Mera Brand by Anuradha Beniwal is my fav. A piece of advice for all the wanderlust-ERS out there Don’t plan too much while you leave your home. Don’t live only by guidebooks. Engage with locals who can give you more recommendations about the destinations. Also, put some flexibility in your schedule and go with the flow. A travel quote that always inspires you to travel. “The most dangerous risk of All – The risk of spending your life not doing what you want on the bet you can buy yourself the freedom to do it later.” Blog | Facebook

    14. Karthik Murali H

    A data scientist by profession and a travel my heart, Karthik is among the top travel bloggers of India. His interesting blog talks about travel, lifestyle, and technology. Want some smart travel hacks? An Asian Traveller can be your go-to guide.

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    What prompted you to go on your first journey?
    I’ve been travelling since my childhood, at least to a min of two destinations per year. Ever since it caught on as a passion and I have begun to explore more and more destinations each year thanks to the lower airfares, more direct flights, it just got a whole lot easier.

    Your favorite travel destination
    Nothing has fascinated me more than the beautiful city of Amsterdam in Netherlands.

    One travel gadget you always keep in your backpack
    Digital Camera. No mobile cameras can replace the 300 dpi quality of a digi cam.

    A piece of advice for all the wanderlust-ERS out there
    Plan your travel in a way it doesn’t affect your budget a lot. Find low flight fares during sales and book in advance. Don’t compromise on comfort and quality. A travel is not about seeing new places. It’s about being comfortable in your own space wherever you are. Never let go of that.

    A travel quote that always inspires you to travel.
    No amount of education or degrees can teach you the same.

    Blog | Facebook

    15. Archana & Vidur

    This awesome travelling couple is an inspiration to many. While Vidur is responsible for clicking the most gorgeous pictures for TravelMyNation, Archana keeps their travel adevntures. Their Instagram profile is where one should go for some real travel inspiration.

    What prompted you to go on your first journey? I think it was the urge to see what’s out there. Archana and I are both very fond of the outdoors, are curious of wildlife and generally love being on the road. That’s how we started and we haven’t looked back since then. Your favorite travel destination Of the ones we visited, we love Arunachal Pradesh the most. And in our bucket list are Mongolia and New Zealand. One travel gadget you always keep in your backpack GoPro Action camera and iPhones Your favorite travel book/movie of all time Why We Ride and Into The Wild A piece of advice for all the wanderlust-ERS out there Everybody travels now but only a few engage in eco tourism/responsible tourism. Our advice to all the wanderlusts out there is to make sure that they leave very little carbon footprint wherever they go! A travel quote that always inspires you to travel “I don’t want to know what time it is. I don’t want to know what day it is or where I am. None of that matters.” Blog | Facebook

    16. Reshma

    Reshma’s itchy feet have made her a popular solo globetrotter. A writer and dream-chaser, she loves to take the roads less travelled on a shoestring budget. Laos, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, Bhutan, Thailand, and Cambodia are some of the nations Reshma has ticked off bucketlist.

    What prompted you to go on your first journey?
    I had been travelling with friends and family for many years, which I thoroughly enjoyed. But at some point, I felt like planning a trip to travel by myself. So I went on a weekend trip alone, and I loved it absolutely. That trip led to many trips, and solo travel became a part of my life.

    Your favorite travel destination.
    I find this question really hard to answer every time. I can’t pick just one. So I would choose the Philippines and Bhutan.

    One travel gadget you always keep in your backpack
    It is not exactly a travel gadget, but I always carry my music player.

    Your favorite travel book/movie of all time
    My favourite travel movie is Into the Wild. When it comes to books, I have many, but I think it is The Motorcycle Diaries.

    A piece of advice for all the wanderlust-ERS out there
    Sometimes, it is okay to skip a ‘popular attraction’ for any reason, whether you lack time or interest or both. The FOMO while travelling can never be avoided no matter how much you try because the world is just too big and we are going to miss experience one thing or the other. So accept that it’s totally fine.

    A travel quote that always inspires you to travel.
    “When no possessions keep us when no countries contain us, and no time detains us, man becomes a heroic wanderer, and woman, a wanderess.” The Wanderess

    Blog | Facebook

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    17. Sahil Singh

    Sahil left his corporate job in 2017 to quench his travel-thrist. He’s a big time foodie and believes in responsible travel. One can say Sahil is a weekend getaway expert.

    What prompted you to go on your first journey? I use to travel a lot with my family earlier, but in March 2017, I took a life-changing decision to travel with 20 strangers on a Himalayan trek for the first time. This trip changed my perspective about travel. What’s your favourite travel destination? Ladakh (going in June), till now – Triund, Bhrigu Lake, Jaisalmer What’s that one travel gadget you always keep in your backpack? I call my smartphone as my best travel partner, so for its survival I always carry a powerbank. Do you have a favourite travel book or a travel movie? Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani, Highway, Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara A piece of advice for all the wanderlust-ERS out there? Travel is a beautiful feeling and a great teacher too. You learn a lot from the experiences you gather while travelling. So, just take a break from the mundane lifestyle of cities, plan a small or a long trip to any place of your choice. But, always remember to travel in a responsible manner. Never spoil the dignity of the place you are visiting to especially nature. A travel quote that always inspires you to travel. “Looking for a sign? Travel, you won’t have this opportunity forever.” Blog | Facebook

    18. Niranjan Das

    A nomad, Niranjan has traveled throughout India and covered over 10 countries in Europe and Asia. He believes that life is a travelogue and we all are just nomads.


    What prompted you to go on your first journey?
    The inquisitiveness to explore unknown places, languages, cultures and roads were the reasons behind my early travels. The reasons remain the same even now, every time I travel.

    Your favorite travel destination
    Cannot pick one, as I love quite a few. Gokarna, Spiti, Rishikesh and Florence heads the list.

    One travel gadget you always keep in your backpack
    More than gadgets, I make sure to carry guide books and maps of the places I travel to.

    Your favorite travel book/movie of all time
    Motorcycle Diaries and Into the Wild are my favourites.

    A piece of advice for all the wanderlust-ERS out there
    The world out there isn’t as bad as it is often portrayed. There are strangers who are friendly, there are untrodden roads which take you to gorgeous places and there are unexplored villages which would greet you warmly. Go out and explore every nook and corner of the world.

    A travel quote that always inspires you to travel
    “Travelling-It leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller”- Ibn Batuta.

    Blog | Facebook

    19. Supriya Sehgal

    A wayfarer, Supriya has seen many colours and cultures of India during her travel. She has been contributing to prominent travel magazines and newspapers, including National Geographic Traveller, Outlook Traveller, and Mint to share her knowledge about travel with the world.

    What prompted you to go on your first journey? I wanted to get out of an expected Bangalore’s weekend rigmarole and explore a state that I hadn’t seen till then. It was the first time after college that I could travel independently, which was a big box to check. Your favorite travel destination That’s really difficult to answer, but I NEVER get bored of Varanasi. One travel gadget you always keep in your backpack Phone and battery pack. Your favourite travel book/movie of all time Pico Iyer’s Falling off the map and The Sly Company of People Who Care by Rahul Bhattacharya A piece of advice for all the wanderlust-ERS out there If travelling is a significant part of your profession, keep an eye on your progress alongside enjoying wandering about. Build realistic financial and skill development goals. This will help to keep the momentum on for a long time to come. A travel quote that always inspires you to travel “I love travel because you may be uncomfortable, hungry, hot and sweaty, cold and shivering…but damn it, you will never be bored.” – Tony Wheeler Blog | Facebook

    20. Arti S

    Often found travelling through India’s vibrant and gorgeous towns and villages with her father, Arti is a wanderer at heart. One can find a lot of useful travel information on her blog.

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    What prompted you to go on your first journey?
    I went on my first trip with my mom and dad, and all I can say is that I have only loved travelling ever since.

    Your favorite travel destination
    I love travelling within India. India is truly a wonderland for every traveller and I am no exception. Internationally, my favourite is Japan.

    One travel gadget you always keep in your backpack.
    Not gadgets exactly, but a diary and a pen are always my companions on the road.

    Your favorite travel book/movie of all time
    One of my favourite travel movies is Wild Chronicling Cheryl Strayed.

    A piece of advice for all the wanderlust-ERS out there
    It’s not mine but a wise person’s advice. It’s a wild, wonderful world, follow your heart and let the adventure unfold!

    A travel quote that always inspires you to travel.
    “As I make my slow pilgrimage through the world, a certain sense of beautiful mystery seems to gather and grow.” – A. C. Benson

    Blog | Facebook

    21. Elita

    A storytell and rambler, Elita truely believes in the redemptive power of narratives. One can follow her blog Nomadic Thunker to be a part of her travel journeys.

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    What prompted you to go on your first journey? My first journey was a classic scenario. I had office leaves that would lapse if I didn’t utilize them and on the other hand, had friends who wouldn’t make up their minds about the dates we could lock in. I didn’t want to have to sit at home and do nothing, so I took off for my first solo travel journey. Your favorite travel destination. Arunachal Pradesh. There’s a calm vibe to it. One travel gadget you always keep in your backpack. Not a travel gadget exactly, but I always keep my portable charger with me. Your favorite travel book/movie of all time. Jonathan Livingston Seagull by Richard Bach (it’s not a typical ‘travel’ book but it’s amongst the most beautiful books on journeys of transformation – which is what I associate travel with) A piece of advice for all the wanderlust-ERS out there. Be receptive. Mute your prejudices. Search, find, examine and then retell your own stories about people, places, and culture. Because if you’re going to say what ‘everyone else’ is already saying, what are you contributing to? A travel quote that always inspires you to travel. “Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?” – Mary Oliver Blog | Facebook

    22. Sumit Sharma

    Sumit is an online marketer by profession and a traveler by passion. His love for India and its rich culture and heritage is eternal, which has lead him to cover more than 15 cities of the nation.

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    What prompted you to go on your first journey?
    My wanderlust started back in August 2016, when my friends and I travelled to Udaipur & Mount Abu. Udaipur is a really adorable city which casts a magic spell with its fine art, rich culture, and sparkling lakes that mesmerise your senses. In last 21 months, I have been to more than 15+ Indian cities.

    Your favorite travel destination.
    So, my favourite travel destination in India will obviously be Kashmir. It is one of the amazing tourist destinations in India & the real paradise on earth. Travelling to Kashmir is in my bucket list.

    One travel gadget you always keep in your backpack.
    There are some essentials that I will not travel without are pen, notebook, and mobile. But nowadays universal travel adapter & portable chargers are my go-to travel gadgets.

    Your favorite travel book/movie of all time.
    “Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara” and “Eat Pray Love”

    A piece of advice for all the wanderlust-ERS out there.
    The skills and experience you gain from travelling can give you life-long lessons. Trust me! With all the ways a trip can make you more of an awesome person, there’s no other way.

    A travel quote that always inspires you to travel.
    “The world is a book and those who do not travel read only a page”.
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    23. Revati & Charles Victor

    A travel blogging couple from India, Revati and Charles Victor are proving travel seekers that you don’t need to quit your jobs to travel with one awesome vacation at a time. Their travel blog open doors to history, culture, flavors and experiences from places around the world.


    What prompted you to go on your first journey?
    While both of us have enjoyed travel from a young age, we planned the trip of a lifetime to Paris after we got married. As someone who speaks French, I had always wanted to visit Paris and Charles is a big patron of the arts, so he could not wait to discover the museums of Paris.

    What’s your favourite travel destination?
    It changes every day, but one favourite we always return to is Paris. Between us, we’ve been there over a dozen times!

    What’s that one travel gadget you always keep in your backpack?
    Our camera. Currently is the Sony A7RIII

    Do you have a favourite travel book or a travel movie?
    We loved ‘The Way’ which features the walk of Camino del Santiago from France to Spain and we hope to do that 800 km walk someday.

    A piece of advice for all the wanderlust-ERS out there?
    Travel with an open mind and heart, and you’ll always come away richer.

    A travel quote that always inspires you to travel.
    Mark Twain’s, ”Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness.” It’s such a powerful one.
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