Top 10 Indian Travel Bloggers – 2018

In today’s hectic professional environment, it warrants sometime to relax to recoup your energy and recharge yourself. In that scenario, planning a travel adventure is the ideal option. Seeing new places, meeting people from various cultures and trying out the tasty cuisines in the area would definitely soothe your soul. But before you make the journey, it’s good to look around and decide what to take and what to leave behind. So, to have an idea, you might need to browse these travel blogs.

The trailblazing travel writers and digital nomads had a keen eye for detail and jotted down all the relevant information that comes in handy for a newbie when they visit the destination. They offer in-depth details about what to do, where to go, where to stay and other travel tips. These bloggers have made it their own and traveled far and deep to many unexplored places in India we have never heard of! They offer true travel inspiration to the wanderlusters out there to pursue their dream of travel. Choosing the Top 10 Indian Travel bloggers from a repertoire of travel blogs out there is quite challenging. However, after the rigorous screening of over 1100 travel bloggers, we are able to make it!

1. Sai Karthik Reddy Mekala : Romancing The Planet

Sai Karthik Reddy Mekala

If you are looking for travel advice or travel stories then Sai Karthik’s blog “Romancing The Planet” is one place to visit. Sai tried many professions; he worked as an antique broker, webmaster, sold stock photos until finally, he discovered his true wanderlust within himself after his visit to Kerala. For Sai, the number of visiting countries keeps on mounting all the time. Being a photography enthusiast, Sai publishes a lot of pictures that allows you to see the world in photos. Further, he also offers travel suggestions and tips to make travel better, more comfortable and affordable for aspiring travellers.

Handara Golf & Resort Bali/Ella, Sri Lanka

Top Posts:
Must visit Kerala destinations
Cities In India You Must Visit During Your Next Indian Sojourn
Kilimanjaro – Trekking Routes For The Insurmountable Mountain

Follow him on : Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Pinterest

2. Bhushavali N : My Travelouge

Bhushavali N

Bhushavali N originally hails from India and now lives in Belgium. She is a fashion and textile designer by profession but an ardent traveller by passion. Her blog “My Travelogue” features her travel adventures across India, United Kingdom, Belgium and rest of the world. Also, her blog contains reviews on books, hotels, restaurants and automobiles and gadgets. She began her travel journey as a solo globetrotter, but now she was accompanied by her husband and a little baby girl. Bhushavali hates crowds and hence ventures into new places which are roads less travelled.

Grand-Place De Bruxelas/ Kanaal Van Gent Naar Brugge

Top Posts:
One Day Itineraries (Chennai – India)
Anegundi Pre-Historic Rock Art (Ballari – Karnataka)
Top 5 ‘Little’ Places Of Interest In London (England)

Follow her on : Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Pinterest

3. Sandeepa & Chetan : Sandeepa Chetan’s Travel Blog

Sandeepa & Chetan

Mumbai based couple Sandeepa and Chetan’s strong passion for travel on long-term sabbatical led them to sell their house and leave their well-paid jobs to pursue their dream to explore various destinations. Their travel blog is an information resource for those wanting to know about the best train journeys, best landscapes in India, off the beaten paths for serious trekkers and more. The couple makes the best use of the public transport and homestays during their travels offering us ways to meet affordable travel goals. Their photo-based storytelling of the travel etches permanent memories in the minds of readers.

Los Glaciares National Park, Argentina/Machu Picchu, Peru

Follow them on : Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Pinterest

4. Anuradha Goyal : Inditales

Anuradha Goyal

The author of the blog “IndiTales” Anuradha Goyal is a traveller, author and a voracious reader. It is her passion towards travelling that led her to explore more than 15 countries and every nook and corner of India. She is also the author of the book titled “Mouse charmers-Digital pioneers of India”. IndiTales is the home to travel destinations in India and around the world. Visit the section Travelila on her blog to enrich yourself with travel tips, stories, inspiring travellers and UNESCO world heritage sites.

Maheshwar Fort/Ornate Door – Qila Mubarak – Patiala

Top Posts:
Making Of Bidri Art Metalcraft
Understanding Ajanta Paintings
Panch Kroshi Yatra Of Kashi

Follow her on : Facebook | Instagram | Twitter

5. Manjulika Pramod : PENDOWN

Manjulika Pramod

Manjulika Pramod’s blog “Pendown” is her place for peace and sanctity. She is a telecom engineer, big time foodie, short-story writer, and a compulsive traveller. She quit her job of 8 years in 2015 to break the shackles of 9 to 6 routine and explore her passion for travel and to appreciate the finer things of life. She loves travelling to narrower lanes of unheard places and interacting with anonymous people. After travelling to 18 countries and 17 states of India, Oslo in Norway remains her favourite city. The blog “Pendown” is all about her passion for eating, travelling, reading, writing and blogging.

Toy train journey at Coonor station/Museum of the Moon,Mumabi

Top Posts:
Varanasi’s Unsung Wooden Toy Makers!
Travel Blogging Calls For Seriousness, Passion And Sacrifices!
When you are a Consultant’s wife, you know this life.

Follow her on : Facebook | Instagram | Twitter

6. Madhu Shetty : The Urge To Wander

Madhu Shetty

An Interior designer turned travel blogger Madhu Shetty is a writer, storyteller and the soul behind the travel blog “The Urge to Wander”. It is her passion towards travel that prompted her to embark on a long sabbatical in 2010. Her blog features virtual explorations accompanied by cultural perspectives and back-stories and tips that are guaranteed to ignite wanderlust. She has been to various destinations across Asia, Africa, Europe and South America. Also, Madhu offers restaurant and hotel reviews which she encounters during her travel expeditions.

Lisbon, Portugal/Kinderdijk, Netherlands

Top Posts:
Zanzibar – The Allure Of The Familiar.
Venice – The City In The Sea.
Marwar Meets Andalucia In Mehrangarh.

Follow her on : Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Pinterest

7. Gaurav Verma : TRAVEL DIARIES

Gaurav Verma

Gaurav Verma dedicates his free time to explore hidden spots, meet new communities and get to know their unique traditions. His blog “Travel Diaries” is an honest and humble effort to spread awareness about offbeat and remote places, offering first-hand information on actual travels to these destinations. He firmly believes promoting Sustainable tourism is one of the means to reap the benefits of economic development and also to ensure happiness for everyone living in those places.

Sultan Ahmet Mosque/Katarmal Sun Temple, Almora

Top Posts:
Batesara Temples in Chambal Ravines.
Bishnoi region, near Jodhpur.
Katarmal Sun Temple.

Follow him on : FacebookInstagram | Twitter

8.Rutavi Mehta : PhotoKatha

Rutavi Mehta

Rutavi Mehta holds the distinction of being the first Indian travel blogger to participate in the unique adventure sports autorickshaw run from Jaipur to Shillong for 3000km. She quit her Job in the hospitality industry and begun her new journey as a solo globetrotter. Rutavi loves venturing into the unknown, exploring new places, interacting with the new people, and learning their stories. Her blog “Photokatha”(means photostories) is one place where various travellers share their travel experiences. Also, she is a travel writer and a concept builder.

Follow her on : Facebook | Instagram | Twitter

9. Rashmi and Chalukya : GOBeyondbounds

Rashmi & Chalukya

The Mumbai couple Rashmi and Chalukya were the creative vision behind the blog “GOBeyondbounds”. The couple’s travel journey from trekking and exploring in and around Mumbai to travelling more than 23 countries in Europe and Asia with a baby on board is quite remarkable. Travelling has always been their passion and an opportunity to learn about different cultures, history and diverse nature. The blog “GOBeyondBounds” is one place where the travel fanatics share their travel experiences, tips and stories.

Tartini Square in Piran, Slovenia/Cliff Walk at Grindelwald

Top Posts:
25 Best Places to Visit in Switzerland for a Surreal Experience!
Trekking Trips to experience the invigorating magic of Mumbai Monsoons.
Tips for Traveling with Baby for the First-timers.

Follow them on : Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Pinterest

10. Sujoy Das : Trekking & Photography In Himalaya

Sujoy Das

Discover the magic of trekking through the blog “Trekking & Photography in Himalaya” owned by Sujoy Das. With a vast experience of 30 years in trekking and photography under his belt, Sujoy leads the treks under the banner South Col Expeditions. As part of it, he has introduced many trekkers to the magic of Annapurna and Khumbu regions in Nepal. Pay a visit to his blog, as Sujoy takes you on breathtaking trekking adventures across the Himalayas, Nepal, Ladakh and Sikkim. Further, his photography skills capture the entire essence of the trekking adventures.

Ama Dablam from Dzongla below the Cho La Pass/Ama Dablam from Pheriche after a winter snow storm

Follow him on : Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest


These blogs have been chosen based on the following criteria –
: Influence and popularity on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and Twitter.
: Quality and frequency of Blogger’s blog posts.
: Web-site design and photographs quality.
: Bonusapp’s editorial team and expert review.
: Search engine reputation


5 Replies to “Top 10 Indian Travel Bloggers – 2018

  1. When travelling, no one should forget a camera, for the pictures we take will always be igniting the sweet sensations that we had on our trips. I believe not everything has been discovered yet but through adventures and having the courage of not losing the sight of the shore, we are able to find new destinations that no one ever knew.

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