As your experts in tailor-made travel to India, the Enchanting Travels team provides you with the top 10 travel blogs of India. Searching far and wide across the web, we reviewed dozens of blogs, considering the writing quality, originality of content and how the travel bloggers really captured the essence of India.

We’ve been following some of these inspiring bloggers for years, and can vouch that they live and breathe travel in India. They are so good, that some of them have deservedly won top awards in the travel media industry!

Top 10 Travel Blogs of India


Top 10 Travel Blogs of India

Mridula Dwivedi has been writing on her blog Travel Tales from India for almost 12 years now.

It began with just articles about travel in India, but as she has expanded her horizon since she gave up her academic career and decided to focus solely on writing, her blog now covers articles from her personal travels outwith India. Which is just as well, as we need her wisdom. Whether it is about how to handle the monsoons of Kerala or where to stay in the deserts of Rajasthan, this blog has you covered.

Dwivedi has got something of an international reputation, having been featured by the BBC, and The Guardian.


Top 10 Travel Blogs of India

Prasad Np has been dedicated to writing about India from the perspective of both his family – in comfort and style – and as a sole voyager in a more backpacking, fly-by-the-seat-of-his-pants approach. Brimming with travel tips and dos and don’ts, you can search the blog by specific destination (or state), which is highly useful if you are wishing to go in-depth during your India travels. You might wish to avoid altitude sickness in Ladakh, or learn about how a specific festival in a specific Indian city ticks. This is the blog for you.

What we love about Desitraveler is the fabulous photography – taken by the blogger’s own fair hands – that perfectly captures the spirit of India. Prasad NP has got it right: the journey is the destination!


Top 10 Travel Blogs of India

This well-designed and nicely-compiled blog by travelling guru Dheeraj Sharma is dedicated to the beauty of the high and mighty Himalayas of India. Given how gently he writes about the grace of snow-capped peaks and valleys, you might be surprised to find that Sharma’s dayjob is in software! A travel calendar ensures you will never miss another event in Ladakh or Spiti Valley, while there are top tips devoted to your preferred get-around style – be it by air, bike, foot, or 4×4. has arguably the most comprehensive list of accommodation in the region. Dedicated to noble causes, the blog also boasts the Adventure Club, which invites members of the Devilonwheels community to join on local tours that give back to the rural Himalayan communities.


Desi girl Indrani Ghose has been blogging for almost ten years. In that time she’s been capturing the heart of India with an array of photography, particularly stunning portraits and faces of India. Proudly patriotic, no stone is left untouched, whether it is a review of the latest Indian automobile, ghostly tales in haunted palaces, or delicious destination dining. Ghose has since expanded the blog to global travels – having travelled to over 19 countries and 225 cities. You might be surprised to learn that Ghose was also a trained engineer in the Indian Air Force before venturing into the freelance writing world. is also THE blog where you will see British Prime Minister Therese May dressed in a full-blown sari during her recent India visit.


Top 10 Travel Blogs of India

Already an established journalist, Lakshmi Sharath switched her media desk job for a continued get-up-and-go life. Sharath beautifully journals her backpacking travel tales as she ventures to the nooks and crannies of India, where she magically weaves the magic of heritage, culture and mythology into something tangible for armchair travelers. She will keep you on the edge of that seat as she pens down her experiences of a deserted beach, or a town once swallowed by a cyclone.

You won’t be surprised that this real and fresh approach has received her notoriety as a key India travel influencer, and is repeatedly quoted and featured in global and national publications, from National Geographic Traveller to the Deccan Herald.


Mumbai-based My Yatra Diary blogger Arti romantically whips up your passion for travel in India! How does she do it? With a sprinkling of poetry from her favourite writers and intellectuals (often Indian, such as Munshi Premchand or Rabindranath Tagore), she relates it to her own experience on the road. Yatra in Hindi, means pilgrimage, and Arti’s blogging diary, which focuses on spiritual destinations in India, is a personal testament to her continuous love of learning and truth-seeking.

She’s been quoted in the Hindu and frequently featured on the Times of India travel website.


Travel blogger Anuradha Goyal has every state in India covered – even the lesser visited states of Odisha and Meghalaya in the northeast of India! To those already familiar with her work, this probably comes as no surprise, given that she has been writing for over a decade. With walking tours as a favourite focus of hers, as well as art history and culture, Goyal writes with a confident, fearless voice. You will also find an impressive number of Indian bird photography on her Inditales blog – ideal for global bird lovers.


Founded by Tony John (from Kerala) and his merry men of travel enthusiasts, Indiatravelblog is a great resource, acting primarily as a review site of accommodation, tour companies, and activities. Whether you are looking for the best place to go for an Ayurveda spa resort experience in Kerala or a homestay in the Western Ghats, there is plenty to help you keep dreaming that your next India escape is never faraway.


Run by two Mumbai-based travel enthusiasts, you will get a good flavor of Indian culture on India Someday. Unlike many travel blogs, India Someday respects and celebrates luxury travel in India as much as your typical backpacking experience. It is particularly great for international travelers who are looking to come to India, as it is holds the useful information – like how to navigate the occasionally bewildering world of e-visas.


Bursting with personal tidbits and must-see lists, this personal travel blog of India – the brainchild of Mumbai couple Sandeepa and Chetan is a great read! Incidentally, the couple sold their house to travel the world full-time two years ago. Whether you want to know about the best train journeys to take or the best landscapes in India, or the inside story on monastery festivals, or off-the-beaten path gems for serious trekkers, it has it all. So devoted to capturing the essence of travel, Sandeepa and Chetan also offer their secrets on what electronic gadgetry and photographic equipment they are using under their Our Travel Gear section!

With this couple constantly on the road with inspiring stories, we encourage you not to lose track of them.

Let these top 10 travel blogs of India inspire your authentic, custom travel experiences. 



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Thanku so much for providing the valuable information

tushar manna

grate work very inspiring


Thanks for sharing the list. As a reader its really helping..

Chitra Pandey

Your blog is so nice and full of information.I really enjoying your blog

Mangat Singh

Nice blog content and great list of travel blog sites.
Good and very useful information.
Thank you

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Such an wonder full list you have provided. Really useful thanks for sharing.

Harsha Reddy

Useful and wonderful blog.


very nice blog list…very useful…


Excellent Blog List…. Thank you for Sharing…..

Get Ur Holidays

these all blogs are cool design and very informative


good list of travel blogs.


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Thanks for sharing a lot of information regarding tourist places and their useful unknown information. keep post ….


Thanks a lot for sharing this comprehensive posts . All of the posts on your blog are having informative and valuable content. Appreciate your efforts

Umesh Srivastav

wonderful and very excellent post. I like this website very much.

Akinosi Babatunde

These all 10 blogs are very useful. Great blog!


Travel blogging is one of my hobbies too and soon I wish to be listed among them. They are truly worth following and in fact, you have listed down one of my favorites in this blog.


Interesting and informative blogs, thanks for sharing this information.


That is an interesting list and I have been following few travel blogs here on your list and some of them are new for me. It is a good information for me as I am a traveler and would love to know about places before I visit.


Great collection. Keep going. Can you tell me how you shortlisted these from many?

Indian Travel Services

Interesting blogs, thanks for sharing.

Pooja Malhotra

commendable blog .. keep rising !!


its a great blog like it so keep it up……!!!!!!!


these blogs are helpful who are travel first time .it is so useful for that person.

Leah Dancel

I’ve been following Indrani Ghose Ishare at blogspot. She’s a brilliant travel writer. One that moves you out from your place while you read along her high flying adventure. Thanks for this wonderful commendations. I share this on Twitter. Congratulations to everyone!


Great effort. Could you tell us how you short listed these names? 🙂


Thank you so much for the kind words and appreciation, delighted and humbled to see myself there!


Thank you very much including my name in this prestigious list. It is an honour I will cherish! 🙂

Dheeraj sharma

Thank you so much for the mention, glad to be in such a great company of fellow friends and travellers ??

Mahesh Semwal

Congratulations to all of you !


A great list which seems to be well researched with tips on what to look forward to on each blog. Hope to be considered for a place in the next iteration 🙂

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