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Updated by Nomadic Indian on Jun 27, 2020
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Top Indian Travel Bloggers 2020

This is a Listly List of some of the top Indian travel bloggers that are doing good in 2020.

These bloggers have made a mark for themselves, be it through their travel stories or their photographs. Their blogs have inspired us to travel the world and they have set an example for everyone. They believe that nothing can stop you from seeking adventures and exploring the globe.


Devesh Joshi

Devesh Joshi - Footloose Dev

Dev runs his travel blog with the name of Footloose Dev. He has been blogging full-time since 2016 and has worked with brands like Germany Tourism Board, Singapore Airlines, Cathay Pacific, India Tourism Board, and more.

His blog has been featured by various national print newspapers like The Economic Times, The Statesman, and Times of India, among others. On Social Media, he accounts for nearly 1 Lakh followers.


Shivya Nath

Shivya Nath – The Shooting Star

At just 23, Shivya Nath quit her corporate job to pursue her dream of traveling around the world. She is all about traveling slow and soaking in the experiences and places, rather than just checking off a list. Shivya is always on the look-out for offbeat experiences, be it swimming with Black Tip Sharks on the Malaysian East Coast or setting camp in a Mayan community in Guatemala.


Siddhartha Joshi

Siddhartha Joshi – Sid The Wanderer

Siddhartha Joshi is a Blogger, Designer, Travel Writer, and Photographer. He likes traveling and sharing memorable moments from his travels in the form of stories and pictures to inspire others to live a life full of wonder. ‘The Wanderer’, as he calls himself says his travels are all about wandering around, exploring the place with wonder and curiosity, meeting people he has never met before, enjoying new experiences and living in the moment.


Lakshmi Sharath

Lakshmi Sharath – Travel With Lakshmi

Lakshmi Sharath is a well-known travel blogger. What started as a passion turned into her profession and she has now won numerous accolades for her blog including the Indibloggies – India’s Best Travel Blog of the Year. Lakshmi has traveled to 5 continents and over 25 countries with many more to go.


Sankara Subramaniyam

Sankara Subramaniyam – Be On The Road

Sankara quit his lucrative IT job in 2008 and has been traveling full-time since then. Armed with the gift of gab, Sankara has set out to demystify the world of travel for Indians, one follower at a time. His travel stories on his blog and TEDx platform have been an inspiration for many across the globe “to be on the road” as his blog aptly suggests.


Revati and Charles

Revati and Charles – Different Doors

Revati and Charles are advertising professionals by the day, and travel bloggers by the night. The part-time luxury travel blogger couple makes time for their travel between advertising projects and have traveled to 29 countries till now. The couple has been featured on many offline and online publications and blogs including The Luxe Insider, The Casual Travelist, Tripoto, Holidify, and Expedia.


Parnashree Devi

Parnashree Devi – My Travel Diary

Parnashree got to travel the world through pictures at her job as a Photo Editor. One particular photograph of an obscure hilltop cottage in the Himalayas inspired her to hit the road. Her first trip to a place called Mukteshwar in Uttarakhand unravelled a whole new world of travel. Her curiosity and urge to discover the world around her has only grown since then.


Swati & Sam

Swati & Sam – The Tales Of A Traveler

Swati and Sam both share a common passion for traveling. The couple wishes to cover as many countries as they can, experience different cultures, meet new people, learn new languages, try different cuisines, and make friends along the way. Apart from the occasional sponsored trips, the duo manages to fund their trips with their day jobs as Software Engineers.


Sonia & Ankur

Sonia & Ankur – Ticking The Bucketlist

Sonia and Ankur like to squeeze in a couple of comfortable budget holidays between their everyday 9 to 5 affair. While Sonia likes spending time exploring architecture, historical sites, and museums, Ankur likes to laze around with a book and a glass of wine. The couple has a long bucket list and every item they knock off it is replaced by two more.