Top 5 Travel Bloggers in India 2019

“Go, fly, roam, travel, voyage, explore, journey, discover, adventure.”

Travel is for transformation and growth, spontaneity and surprises. Travel makes you aware of what surrounds you, broadens your horizon. It opens your mind, heart, and soul to a variety of things in the world – people, culture and tradition, food and festivals.

Leave a slice of your heart wherever you go, make deeper connections with people you meet on the road, lose your way. Remind yourself about the kindness and compassion that still exists in people, exists in the world.  These unplanned experiences are the best and the most meaningful.

We at WithStartups.com, have compiled a list of travel bloggers in India who have set examples an inspired us to pack our bags and step out in search of the flavors of life.

Shivya Nath – The Shooting Star

Perpetually on the lookout for offbeat experiences, this girl at 23, quit her corporate job to travel the world. Courageous much! Soaking the experiences and places, swimming with the Black Tip Sharks on the Malaysian East Coast and setting camps in the Mayan community of Guatemala, have all been a part of her bucket list.

Archana Singh – Travel See Write

Currently working as a Brand Consultant, Influencer, Photographer and a public speaker; Archana dreams of traveling and storytelling, exploring offbeat, unusual destinations in search of untold stories. She is a very popular blogger with a huge fan following and is also endorsing global brands now.

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Siddhartha Joshi – Sid The Wanderer

A Blogger, Photographer, Designer and Travel writer. This dynamic personality loves traveling and inspires everyone to live a life full of wonder. “The Wanderer loves to wander around, exploring places and people, living in the moment and enjoying all those experiences to the fullest.

Lakshmi Sharath – Travel with Lakshmi

Turned her passion into her profession, Lakshmi Sharath is a popular Travel Blogger. “Travel with Lakshmi” is her blog where she voices all her travel experiences which have won her numerous accolades like Indibloggies. Having traveled to 5 continents and 25 countries, she is still looking forward to more such adventures.

Mridula Dwivedi – Travel tales from India and Abroad

A travel blogger mom who loves to travel with her kids, so much so that she quit her lucrative job as a professor just to travel. Mridula is an IITian, a Ph.D. scholar from Kanpur who writes “Travel with Lakshmi” blog where she voices her travel experiences of 27 countries. She has also been featured on several media publications like BBC, National Geographic and The Guardian.

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