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  • Writer's pictureJanani Nagaraj

Travel bloggers of India

Updated: Jan 9, 2023

India is a vast country with diverse languages, cultures, food, fashion, traditions, and climate change in every city, town, and village. There are so many fascinating hidden gems nestled away in places that are not so accessible and often remain underrated. Travel bloggers help in showing light on these undiscovered gems. Some chose travel blogging as a hobby from their real work while some have left their actual job to chase their passion for traveling and blogging. Wanderlusts like them have the power of taking you through their journey making you feel like you were also a part of the trip through their POV videos. These bloggers are a real eye-opener for you if you love to travel or like to see beautiful sites of nature from the comfort of your home.

Shivya nath – The shooting star

The nomadic travel blogger Shivya Nath excels in writing travel blogs. In 2011, she left her corporate career. She sold her home in 2013 and began living on the road. Her blogs, written as a single female traveller, focus mostly on local history and facts. She is a traveller who makes an effort to establish a connection with the location by interacting with the locals, sampling the local cuisine, etc. She also mentions social activities, culture, and tradition.

Archana Singh – Travel See Write

Archana Singh enjoys travelling to unique and out-of-the-way places in search of untold tales. She is presently pursuing her dreams of travelling and sharing her tales while working as a brand consultant, influencer, photographer, and public speaker. She has a sizable following as a popular blogger nowadays and has given her endorsement to numerous major brands. Her blog, "Travel See Write," has more information about her work.

Siddhartha Joshi

Siddhartha Joshi is a versatile travel blogger. Along with being an exceptional writer, he is also talented in design and photography. He visits many locations around the world and various regions of India. His blog's main draw is the images that capture the spirit of the location's architecture, cuisine, culture, and tradition. As a result, his blog, "The Wanderer," is among the most popular blogs both in India and internationally. Siddhartha has maintained working at his regular job, in contrast to the majority of travel blogs, because it provides a steady source of income that enables him to take the travels he wants to take and to enjoy them as he pleases.

Ankita Sinha

She left her corporate job after five years in 2011. Later, she started her popular blog ‘Anki on the move’. If you’re craving an adrenaline rush, this blog is the fix – Sinha has the lowdown on the most extreme adventure sports, including mountaineering, cliff jumping, and zip lining.

Mridulaa Dwivedi

Mridula Dwivedi, who holds a Ph.D. from IIT Kanpur, left her six-figure career as a professor of human resource management to travel across India and the rest of the world. In 2005, she began blogging about her travels after being encouraged by her sister and brother-in-law. The BBC and The Guardian have both cited her blog. She writes extensively about adventure travel destinations, hotel reviews, and travel insurance in her blogs under the title "Travel Tales from India and Abroad." At the 2007 India Weblog Awards, she was awarded Best Travel India Blog.


Sankara is one of the most well-known travel writers in India, and stories about his motorcycle exploits have appeared in publications from National Geographic to BBC Worldwide. BE ON THE ROAD is a forum covering a variety of subjects, such as vegetarian cuisine (Sankara is a vegetarian), wildlife vacations, exotic cultures, and visa requirements for Indian tourists. Sankara's dispatches are an invaluable resource for terrific advice and information if you're wanting to travel effectively on a tight budget, especially if you plan to explore India.

Tamil trekker

Bhuvani Dharan is a Solo travel enthusiast, Backpacker, hitchhiker, vlogger & trekker. He tries to travel in the most budget-friendly way by using a low cost as much as possible and staying in all over places cheap and free. He started making travel videos in Tamil & he likes to find the most interesting places and best travel destinations in his travel vlogs, especially for budget travel. His videos are famous on youtube with a following of almost one million subscribers. Book Your Slot

Niranjan Das

Blogger and ardent traveller Niranjan Das. He is an avid traveller who loves to see the world especially India. His posts on "Tales of a Nomad" as a result span a wide range of in-depth and educational topics concerning history, culture, lodging, architecture, gastronomy, and many other subjects. He has worked with companies including Jet Airways, Shouut, Yatra, Make My Trip, Travelyaari, Cleartrip, Wego, Treebo, Royal Enfield, Expedia, Aegon Life, and Cinthol. Additionally, he has worked with Taj hotels and the Malaysian Tourism Board.


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