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  • @aakanksha.monga shares her introspective revelation with us:- "Khalil Gibran — Verily the lust for comfort murders the passion of the soul, and then walks grinning in the funeral. I truly understood the meaning of these words quite recently, when I was in a very comfortable position in my life – a good job offer, great friends and good grades should definitely equal happiness right? But something was still amiss.  You know the restlessness you feel when you polish off your favorite chocolate cake and then all you crave is water, that’s how I felt. I just didn’t know where to find that bottle of water. Which is when I realized that what we all truly seek is not a life of comfort but in fact quite the contrary: a life of meaningful discomfort. And I found my meaningful discomfort in Traveling. Traveling on a tight budget, with my own finances flung me right out of my comfort zone. I’m not talking about skydiving or other extreme thrill-seeking travel feats. This comfort zone is overcoming fears of people, surroundings and cultures different than mine – it’s the sense of accomplishment in taking a cold-water shower in freezing temperatures – It’s the dust in your hair, the pullover you haven’t washed in days because you’re too busy living. It’s about getting lost – sometimes physically, often emotionally – and placing yourself in situations whose challenges spit you out on the other side – altered, slightly different, and just possibly a better person. That’s how I travel and also try to live life – knowing that I know nothing. And it’s at that euphoric point of crossing a new barrier of discomfort where I feel the most alive and I hope you do too. 📸 - @briarashleigh " 👉🏼 To get featured, fill the form in our bio @officialtravellersofindia 👈🏼 #travel #travelblogger #travellersofindia #trellcommunity #tripotocommunity #indiatravelgram #travelrealindia

    @aakanksha.monga shares her introspective revelation with us:- "Khalil Gibran — 'Verily the lust for comfort murders the passion of the soul, and then walks grinning in the funeral.' I truly understood the meaning of these words quite recently, when I was in a very comfortable position in my life – a good job offer, great friends and good grades should definitely equal happiness right? But something was still amiss.  You know the restlessness you feel when you polish off your favorite chocolate cake and then all you crave is water, that’s how I felt. I just didn’t know where to find that bottle of water. Which is when I realized that what we all truly seek is not a life of comfort but in fact quite the contrary: a life of meaningful discomfort. And I found my meaningful discomfort in Traveling. Traveling on a tight budget, with my own finances flung me right out of my comfort zone. I’m not talking about skydiving or other extreme thrill-seeking travel feats. This comfort zone is overcoming fears of people, surroundings and cultures different than mine – it’s the sense of accomplishment in taking a cold-water shower in freezing temperatures – It’s the dust in your hair, the pullover you haven’t washed in days because you’re too busy living. It’s about getting lost – sometimes physically, often emotionally – and placing yourself in situations whose challenges spit you out on the other side – altered, slightly different, and just possibly a better person. That’s how I travel and also try to live life – knowing that I know nothing. And it’s at that euphoric point of crossing a new barrier of discomfort where I feel the most alive and I hope you do too. 📸 - @briarashleigh " 👉🏼 To get featured, fill the form in our bio @officialtravellersofindia 👈🏼#travel #travelblogger #travellersofindia #trellcommunity #tripotocommunity #indiatravelgram #travelrealindia

  • @_pottyisbae_ shares his Paris experience with us:- "An evening in Paris!! Who goes to paris and doesnt visit the Eiffel tower? I had the experience of a lifetime when I visited paris with a group of people i knew but the wayfarer in me was just done with people around. A night before we partied in the streets of paris till the night bid us adieu and morning greeted us with open arms!! I was exhausted by the socialising that had ensued the night before and with no sleep for the second time in the row i was barely carrying on for the next day. This is the day our guide decides after a heavy indian lunch we shall visit the Eiffel tower by evening and stay late after dusk. The only problem is the decision didnt reach my drowsy head and I passed out in the bus. Imagine waking up to an empty bus of 100 people and finding nothing to communicate but a french driver who wouldnt give his phone to even call someone. Thats when ny wayfarer told me, "Hey deval, Take a step back and see. This is what you wanted right, fuck the Eiffel and make sure you have your ALONE time" Thats where i left the bus and first thing i did was have a chilled beer to just soak the moment in, ended up partying with random strangers completing a whole bottle of ROSÈ on the streets. Ended up climbing Jardins du Trocadéro fountain right opposite the Eiffel tower just to photograph the most picturesque evening i ever saw(which is not legal by the way). Danced with the street performers and trotted around to not miss any of the shenanigans that were going around. Last i went near eiffel to photograph it for the last time cause i was the fool who must have not seen Paris from the eyes of Eiffel but i was definitely the wayfarer who saw Eiffel from the eyes of an Parisian!" 👉🏼 To get featured, fill the form in our bio @officialtravellersofindia 👈🏼 #travel #travelblogger #travellersofindia #trellcommunity #tripotocommunity #indiatravelgram #travelrealindia #paris #eifeltower #parisianstyle

    @_pottyisbae_ shares his Paris experience with us:- "An evening in Paris!! Who goes to paris and doesn't visit the Eiffel tower? I had the experience of a lifetime when I visited paris with a group of people i knew but the wayfarer in me was just done with people around. A night before we partied in the streets of paris till the night bid us adieu and morning greeted us with open arms!! I was exhausted by the socialising that had ensued the night before and with no sleep for the second time in the row i was barely carrying on for the next day. This is the day our guide decides after a heavy indian lunch we shall visit the Eiffel tower by evening and stay late after dusk. The only problem is the decision didn't reach my drowsy head and I passed out in the bus. Imagine waking up to an empty bus of 100 people and finding nothing to communicate but a french driver who wouldn't give his phone to even call someone. Thats when ny wayfarer told me, "Hey deval, Take a step back and see. This is what you wanted right, fuck the Eiffel and make sure you have your ALONE time" Thats where i left the bus and first thing i did was have a chilled beer to just soak the moment in, ended up partying with random strangers completing a whole bottle of ROSÈ on the streets. Ended up climbing Jardins du Trocadéro fountain right opposite the Eiffel tower just to photograph the most picturesque evening i ever saw(which is not legal by the way). Danced with the street performers and trotted around to not miss any of the shenanigans that were going around. Last i went near eiffel to photograph it for the last time cause i was the fool who must have not seen Paris from the eyes of Eiffel but i was definitely the wayfarer who saw Eiffel from the eyes of an Parisian!" 👉🏼 To get featured, fill the form in our bio @officialtravellersofindia 👈🏼#travel #travelblogger #travellersofindia #trellcommunity #tripotocommunity #indiatravelgram #travelrealindia #paris #eifeltower #parisianstyle

  • @aarushikandya shares her spontaneous Peru trip experience with us:- "What a better time to visit Peru than December. It was on my bucket list for a long time. One fine evening I decided to take a leave of 10 days. I did not have much of plan and I was still researching where should I travel and without a second doubt Peru came to my mind. I shot a quick email to confirm visa requirements to consulate of Peru. Never thought the response would come as quickly as 20 mins and I received my visa confirmation. Next 45 minutes I did my laundry and booked a flight for the next day at 4 am and a few hostels/Airbnb. Next morning I was in Lima and ready to discover Peru for 10 days. I fell in love with Cusco and Macchu Picchu instantly. As everyone talks about the Machhu Picchu’s high energy concentration , I truly agree and felt each bit of it. I did celebrate Christmas with new friends hiking and enjoying the warm culture of Peru." 👉🏼 To get featured, fill the form in our bio @officialtravellersofindia 👈🏼 #travel #travelblogger #travellersofindia #trellcommunity #tripotocommunity #indiatravelgram #travelrealindia #peru #macchupicchu #cusco #llama

    @aarushikandya shares her spontaneous Peru trip experience with us:- "What a better time to visit Peru than December. It was on my bucket list for a long time. One fine evening I decided to take a leave of 10 days. I did not have much of plan and I was still researching where should I travel and without a second doubt Peru came to my mind. I shot a quick email to confirm visa requirements to consulate of Peru. Never thought the response would come as quickly as 20 mins and I received my visa confirmation. Next 45 minutes I did my laundry and booked a flight for the next day at 4 am and a few hostels/Airbnb. Next morning I was in Lima and ready to discover Peru for 10 days. I fell in love with Cusco and Macchu Picchu instantly. As everyone talks about the Machhu Picchu’s high energy concentration , I truly agree and felt each bit of it. I did celebrate Christmas with new friends hiking and enjoying the warm culture of Peru." 👉🏼 To get featured, fill the form in our bio @officialtravellersofindia 👈🏼#travel #travelblogger #travellersofindia #trellcommunity #tripotocommunity #indiatravelgram #travelrealindia #peru #macchupicchu #cusco #llama

  • @akshata___shetty shares her Goa experience with us :- "Not all girls are made up of sugar/ spice and everything nice. Some girls are made of adventure, brains, fine beer & no fear. It was my 18th birthday and I had never witnessed the beauty of Goa, the trip was quite fixed in my head. Some of my friends canned on me while some joined in, thats how every travel plan begins! But it wasnt about the number of people, it was about making memories! The start was our trip was quite awful but it lead us to a wonderful world! This picture was taken on a mountain with beachs in the backdrop & itll always have a special place in my heart. I say so, because while returning back from the beach we happened to witness something unexpected. We did a lil adventure & landed up on a mountain-top with no humans just us laying on fresh grass watching the clear skies and enjoying the beach view. No conversation took place, that moment of silence was everything I needed. Sometimes you need to slow down, close your eyes, clear your thoughts & feel the presence of everything around you. I believe it was a moment of re-awakening and Im grateful to witness it in this life. Goa has a lot more to say apart from entertainment, it is indeed a place with a life of its own. I still relive those moments of being a wild adventurous soul. Words arent enough to express the feeling of being alive. Goa: A trip Id cherish for a lifetime." 👉🏼 To get featured, fill the form in our bio @officialtravellersofindia 👈🏼 #travel #travelblogger #travellersofindia #trellcommunity #tripotocommunity #indiatravelgram #travelrealindia #goa

    @akshata___shetty shares her Goa experience with us :- "Not all girls are made up of sugar/ spice and everything nice. Some girls are made of adventure, brains, fine beer & no fear. It was my 18th birthday and I had never witnessed the beauty of Goa, the trip was quite fixed in my head. Some of my friends canned on me while some joined in, that's how every travel plan begins! But it wasn't about the number of people, it was about making memories! The start was our trip was quite awful but it lead us to a wonderful world! This picture was taken on a mountain with beachs in the backdrop & it'll always have a special place in my heart. I say so, because while returning back from the beach we happened to witness something unexpected. We did a lil adventure & landed up on a mountain-top with no humans just us laying on fresh grass watching the clear skies and enjoying the beach view. No conversation took place, that moment of silence was everything I needed. Sometimes you need to slow down, close your eyes, clear your thoughts & feel the presence of everything around you. I believe it was a moment of re-awakening and I'm grateful to witness it in this life. Goa has a lot more to say apart from entertainment, it is indeed a place with a life of its own. I still relive those moments of being a wild adventurous soul. Words aren't enough to express the feeling of being alive. Goa: A trip I'd cherish for a lifetime." 👉🏼 To get featured, fill the form in our bio @officialtravellersofindia 👈🏼#travel #travelblogger #travellersofindia #trellcommunity #tripotocommunity #indiatravelgram #travelrealindia #goa

  • @you_thought_this_guy shares his lockdown trip with us:- "Ever since the first lockdown was imposed, I have been indoors. Only went out when it was extremely important or unavoidable. Finally, the lockdown was eased on 23rd and I was desperate to visit some place close to Pune. Like most of us, I wanted to be away from the city, away from people and chaos. Going through social media and I saw status updates of people from my hometown and I knew exactly where to go! Panchgani, a small hillstation located in the Western ghats is my hometown. I quickly applied for the e-pass and called up a friend who is always ready for a trip. We were set to visit Panchgani for the weekend. We drove with the first light of Saturday morning, reached Panchagani in 90 mins. To be on a safer side, we maintained distance from my family and chose to stay on Table land: Second largest plateau in Asia. We camped there for the night and were excited about the sunrise. I opened the zipper of my tent and there it was, heaven in front of us!! " 👉🏼 To get featured, fill the form in our bio @officialtravellersofindia 👈🏼 #travel #travelblogger #travellersofindia #trellcommunity #tripotocommunity #indiatravelgram #travelrealindia #panchgani #dog

    @you_thought_this_guy shares his lockdown trip with us:- "Ever since the first lockdown was imposed, I have been indoors. Only went out when it was extremely important or unavoidable. Finally, the lockdown was eased on 23rd and I was desperate to visit some place close to Pune. Like most of us, I wanted to be away from the city, away from people and chaos. Going through social media and I saw status updates of people from my hometown and I knew exactly where to go! Panchgani, a small hillstation located in the Western ghats is my hometown. I quickly applied for the e-pass and called up a friend who is always ready for a trip. We were set to visit Panchgani for the weekend. We drove with the first light of Saturday morning, reached Panchagani in 90 mins. To be on a safer side, we maintained distance from my family and chose to stay on Table land: Second largest plateau in Asia. We camped there for the night and we're excited about the sunrise. I opened the zipper of my tent and there it was, heaven in front of us!! " 👉🏼 To get featured, fill the form in our bio @officialtravellersofindia 👈🏼#travel #travelblogger #travellersofindia #trellcommunity #tripotocommunity #indiatravelgram #travelrealindia #panchgani #dog

  • @gaurawrrr clears the misconceptions we have of cabin crew members :- "You know what they say theres no perfect moment you take the moment and make it perfect. Its the same with travelling theres no perfect time to travel. One must go when one can. I work as a cabin crew for an airline so you could say my work is traveling! Not as dreamy as it sounds. Being a flight attendant means yes we get to travel a lot but you forget that this travel comes post work ( in a pressurized cabin) and our travel comes after a lot of hectic patterns, jetlag, non stop services, vigilance and (sometimes) over demanding passengers. Our leaves are cut to cut between these hectic patterns and unlike someone who could extend leaves just to enjoy your vacation a tad little bit more, we unfortunately cant. So you could say that a single day or for that matter, half a day or an extra two hours of travel is considered grateful here. Which is why I have to tell you about my Myanmar trip from February. I landed back in Bombay from Jeddah at 2 in the morning. My sister came to the international airport to pick me up. My backpack was ready in the car. I changed in there, packed some cheap masks from the chemist, drove to the domestic airport at 4am, slept a little on a bench and caught a connecting flight to Calcutta to reach Yangon at 12 in the afternoon. Ofcourse, I looked different on social media and I could have waited for a day, rested a bit and caught the same connection the next day but like I said its travelling, no perfect time right. Covid-19 was just about picking up in the news. My parents were worried I was leaving at a bad time (reason why I didnt go back home that night). The situation wasnt as bad as it is right now and it wasnt declared a Pandemic and the borders werent closed so I knew I had to go before it goes worse. And I am so grateful that I did!! I knew about the airport regulations during Covid earlier than anyone else. I knew how it was working and settling with different countries earlier than anyone else. . . . . (continued in comments)

    @gaurawrrr clears the misconceptions we have of cabin crew members :- "You know what they say there's no 'perfect moment' you take the moment and make it perfect. It's the same with travelling there's no perfect time to travel. One must go when one can. I work as a cabin crew for an airline so you could say my work is traveling! Not as dreamy as it sounds. Being a flight attendant means yes we get to travel a lot but you forget that this travel comes post work ( in a pressurized cabin) and our travel comes after a lot of hectic patterns, jetlag, non stop services, vigilance and (sometimes) over demanding passengers. Our leaves are cut to cut between these hectic patterns and unlike someone who could extend leaves just to enjoy your vacation a tad little bit more, we unfortunately can't. So you could say that a single day or for that matter, half a day or an extra two hours of travel is considered grateful here. Which is why I have to tell you about my Myanmar trip from February. I landed back in Bombay from Jeddah at 2 in the morning. My sister came to the international airport to pick me up. My backpack was ready in the car. I changed in there, packed some cheap masks from the chemist, drove to the domestic airport at 4am, slept a little on a bench and caught a connecting flight to Calcutta to reach Yangon at 12 in the afternoon. Ofcourse, I looked different on social media and I could have waited for a day, rested a bit and caught the same connection the next day but like I said it's travelling, no perfect time right. Covid-19 was just about picking up in the news. My parents were worried I was leaving at a bad time (reason why I didn't go back home that night). The situation wasn't as bad as it is right now and it wasn't declared a Pandemic and the borders weren't closed so I knew I had to go before it goes worse. And I am so grateful that I did!! I knew about the airport regulations during Covid earlier than anyone else. I knew how it was working and settling with different countries earlier than anyone else. . . . . (continued in comments)

  • When we asked @sshalini.90 her favourite travel experience without batting an eyelid she shares:- "My Trip to Hong Kong was the most amazing travel experience I have had. I always wanted to visit Tian Tan Buddha as I love chanting Namu Myōhō Renge Kyō for peace of mind and when I did finally get to go it was surreal." 👉🏼 To get featured, fill the form in our bio @officialtravellersofindia 👈🏼 #travel #travelblogger #travellersofindia #trellcommunity #tripotocommunity #indiatravelgram #travelrealindia #hongkong #tiantanbuddha

    When we asked @sshalini.90 her favourite travel experience without batting an eyelid she shares:- "My Trip to Hong Kong was the most amazing travel experience I have had. I always wanted to visit Tian Tan Buddha as I love chanting Namu Myōhō Renge Kyō for peace of mind and when I did finally get to go it was surreal." 👉🏼 To get featured, fill the form in our bio @officialtravellersofindia 👈🏼#travel #travelblogger #travellersofindia #trellcommunity #tripotocommunity #indiatravelgram #travelrealindia #hongkong #tiantanbuddha

  • @nomadicnaksh shares her first solo trip experience with us:- "Last year in August, I went for my first ever solo trip and no our capital city Delhi always intrigued me. Since my school days, I had cherished a dream to experience the thrill of a solo trio in my young years. Though I had missed that deadline by couple of years, but Delhi, as always, ensured that thrill factor didnt fall short on any aspects at all! Convincing my parents for permission was the only herculean task in this entire adventure; but thanks to my IITian brother & his academic zeal which helped me with perfect pretext in front of my parents. Being an aspiring travel enthusiast & this being my golden opportunity, I had literally scanned almost every piece of information available on the Internet and jotted down a list of attractions I wanted to visit in Delhi. I had also created a sub-list of offbeat spots which are not be missed at any cost and amongst them this Kunzum Travel Cafe at Hauz Khas which was on topmost priority! Kunzum Cafe is a perfect place where travelers would surely love to spend some time resting in their odd rush hours. Its a small but beautiful cafe that serves you nothing but countless free coffees and precious memories! There you get engaged with great collection of travel magazines and books as a well stocked mini library of yours. Every traveler should definately visit this place once in their life and if you still dont trust me then testimonies of visitors greetings on its walls will surely convince you! But for that too you will have to visit, so just go!!! " 👉🏼 To get featured, fill the form in our bio @officialtravellersofindia 👈🏼 #travel #travelblogger #travellersofindia #trellcommunity #tripotocommunity #indiatravelgram #travelrealindia #delhi #hauskaus #kunzum #solotraveler #solotrip

    @nomadicnaksh shares her first solo trip experience with us:- "Last year in August, I went for my first ever solo trip and no our capital city Delhi always intrigued me. Since my school days, I had cherished a dream to experience the thrill of a solo trio in my young years. Though I had missed that deadline by couple of years, but Delhi, as always, ensured that thrill factor didn't fall short on any aspects at all! Convincing my parents for permission was the only herculean task in this entire adventure; but thanks to my IITian brother & his academic zeal which helped me with perfect pretext in front of my parents. Being an aspiring travel enthusiast & this being my golden opportunity, I had literally scanned almost every piece of information available on the Internet and jotted down a list of attractions I wanted to visit in Delhi. I had also created a sub-list of offbeat spots which are not be missed at any cost and amongst them this Kunzum Travel Cafe at Hauz Khas which was on topmost priority! Kunzum Cafe is a perfect place where travelers would surely love to spend some time resting in their odd rush hours. It's a small but beautiful cafe that serves you nothing but countless free coffees and precious memories! There you get engaged with great collection of travel magazines and books as a well stocked mini library of yours. Every traveler should definately visit this place once in their life and if you still don't trust me then testimonies of visitors greetings on its walls will surely convince you! But for that too you will have to visit, so just go!!! " 👉🏼 To get featured, fill the form in our bio @officialtravellersofindia 👈🏼#travel #travelblogger #travellersofindia #trellcommunity #tripotocommunity #indiatravelgram #travelrealindia #delhi #hauskaus #kunzum #solotraveler #solotrip

  • @nishheee shares her cathartic trekking experience with us :- "DAY 4 (25th June 2017) – THE SUMMIT: Trek to the Mystery Lake, 4800 mt And finally, the much awaited day had arrived! Today was different from every other day. A certain level of anxiety was visible on everyone’s face. We woke up at 2.30 am and had hot tea. This was the peak of cold we had experienced on this trek. But today nothing could stop us from reaching the summit. All of us were geared up by 3:00 am to start the day’s trek. We had to reach the summit before sunrise, because once the snow starts melting it would be difficult to walk. From Bhagwabasa, it takes around 3 and a half hours to trek to Roopkund. The first 2 hours of the trek were covered in complete darkness, with eyes only on the next rock and the feet of person in front of us. By 5:30 am, natural light started coming and we could once again experience the beauty of our surroundings. Views of magnificent snow-covered mountains left us awestruck. Roopkund was just 1 Km away now, and the ascent from here was extremely steep. Covering this distance was a real challenge! AND FINALLY we get to see the infamous mystery lake of Roopkund!! TEARS OF JOY rolled down when we reached THE SUMMIT. This trek will always remain special to me because of the people that made it happen! @priyankadedhia29 @deps25feb @webvigala “I have never cried when climbing mountains before but I couldn´t stop tears rolling down when all of us reached the top” It was indeed an amazing sight to view the frozen lake. The bones of the skeletons add to the spooky vibe which made it a memorable experience for a lifetime. We got only 15-20 minutes up here as the weather was unpredictable. However, those 20 minutes were worth the effort and enough to mesmerize the splendid beauty of nature. Now all that was left was descent. No more huffing and puffing and or feeling tired. Every now and then we would slip while descending, but it was fun. We reached the campsite around 11 am, had our lunch quickly and moved back to Bedni Bugyal. The rains slowed us down and we reached Bedni by 5 pm. Words cant do justice to todays feeling of happiness! *brb crying*"

    @nishheee shares her cathartic trekking experience with us :- "DAY 4 (25th June 2017) – THE SUMMIT: Trek to the Mystery Lake, 4800 mt And finally, the much awaited day had arrived! Today was different from every other day. A certain level of anxiety was visible on everyone’s face. We woke up at 2.30 am and had hot tea. This was the peak of cold we had experienced on this trek. But today nothing could stop us from reaching the summit. All of us were geared up by 3:00 am to start the day’s trek. We had to reach the summit before sunrise, because once the snow starts melting it would be difficult to walk. From Bhagwabasa, it takes around 3 and a half hours to trek to Roopkund. The first 2 hours of the trek were covered in complete darkness, with eyes only on the next rock and the feet of person in front of us. By 5:30 am, natural light started coming and we could once again experience the beauty of our surroundings. Views of magnificent snow-covered mountains left us awestruck. Roopkund was just 1 Km away now, and the ascent from here was extremely steep. Covering this distance was a real challenge! AND FINALLY we get to see the infamous mystery lake of Roopkund!! TEARS OF JOY rolled down when we reached THE SUMMIT. This trek will always remain special to me because of the people that made it happen! @priyankadedhia29 @deps25feb @webvigala “I have never cried when climbing mountains before but I couldn´t stop tears rolling down when all of us reached the top” It was indeed an amazing sight to view the frozen lake. The bones of the skeletons add to the spooky vibe which made it a memorable experience for a lifetime. We got only 15-20 minutes up here as the weather was unpredictable. However, those 20 minutes were worth the effort and enough to mesmerize the splendid beauty of nature. Now all that was left was descent. No more huffing and puffing and or feeling tired. Every now and then we would slip while descending, but it was fun. We reached the campsite around 11 am, had our lunch quickly and moved back to Bedni Bugyal. The rains slowed us down and we reached Bedni by 5 pm. Words can't do justice to today's feeling of happiness! *brb crying*"

  • @avaniawasthee shares her inspiring story with us :- "I, Avani Awasthee from Pune, India had been selected for the "INTERNATIONAL ANTARCTIC EXPEDITION 2016", which was a once in a lifetime opportunity. This program is called the "Leadership on the Edge" ", which has made me the ‘Youngest Indian to have been to the Antarctic, twice’. My first time on the International Antarctic Expedition was in 2016, which hosted Sir Robert Swan’s Leadership on the Edge program, was indeed an exhilarating and a life-changing experience for all the 143 participants belonging from 30 different nations across the globe. ANTARCTIC- The last great wilderness on Earth is MELTING! We along with the 2041 Team witnessed, debated, discussed and received firsthand information of the effects of CLIMATE CHANGE which was more than evident on this continent. We had the opportunity to see the effects of temperature rise on this icy and remote continent. My second time on the expedition was as a ‘mentor’ in 2018. Our final goal on this expedition was to come up with ways to curb climate and ‘remove’ 326 million tons of CO2 from the atmosphere in 7 years. Eversince, I have been working with students / teachers and corporates from across the globe. I have given a TEDx talk and now work with NGOs and Rotary clubs all over. Spending over two weeks on a continent so far away was an instant realization as to what it is that we’d be affecting by the ill habits we perform within our own nations. It was a wake up call about how serious this situation was and that we had to act upon this more than required. A place so pristine, so beautiful, untouched is now facing a threat all because of the overusage of the natural resources. All in all, it was an experience in itself. Far away from civilization and family with new people on an unknown land but the kind of knowledge and experience we gained was worth it. We were surrounded by penguins, whales, seals, seagulls and all kinds of wildlife around us. . . . . (continued in comments)

    @avaniawasthee shares her inspiring story with us :- "I, Avani Awasthee from Pune, India had been selected for the "INTERNATIONAL ANTARCTIC EXPEDITION 2016", which was a once in a lifetime opportunity. This program is called the "Leadership on the Edge" ", which has made me the ‘Youngest Indian to have been to the Antarctic, twice’. My first time on the International Antarctic Expedition was in 2016, which hosted Sir Robert Swan’s Leadership on the Edge program, was indeed an exhilarating and a life-changing experience for all the 143 participants belonging from 30 different nations across the globe. ANTARCTIC- The last great wilderness on Earth is MELTING! We along with the 2041 Team witnessed, debated, discussed and received firsthand information of the effects of CLIMATE CHANGE which was more than evident on this continent. We had the opportunity to see the effects of temperature rise on this icy and remote continent. My second time on the expedition was as a ‘mentor’ in 2018. Our final goal on this expedition was to come up with ways to curb climate and ‘remove’ 326 million tons of CO2 from the atmosphere in 7 years. Eversince, I have been working with students / teachers and corporates from across the globe. I have given a TEDx talk and now work with NGOs and Rotary clubs all over. Spending over two weeks on a continent so far away was an instant realization as to what it is that we’d be affecting by the ill habits we perform within our own nations. It was a wake up call about how serious this situation was and that we had to act upon this more than required. A place so pristine, so beautiful, untouched is now facing a threat all because of the overusage of the natural resources. All in all, it was an experience in itself. Far away from civilization and family with new people on an unknown land but the kind of knowledge and experience we gained was worth it. We were surrounded by penguins, whales, seals, seagulls and all kinds of wildlife around us. . . . . (continued in comments)

  • @eshanii_sharma shares her love for Mountains :- "There are about a million things Im in love with, a lot of hobbies, interests, and passions. But my love for the mountains and its snowy peaks can never surpass anything else. A spontaneous decision to celebrate last new years eve at Brahmatal turned out to be the best decision I ever made in life, because thats when I chanced upon my one true love: mountains. There arent enough words in my opinion to describe the beauty of Uttarakhand. Right from the pristine snow-clad mountains to the meandering, evergreen forest trails, all of it is breathtaking. I still have a vivid memory of the gorgeous view that I got to witness after a long and tiring trek. It was the most mesmerizing sight I had ever seen. Being at the top truly made me feel alive and made all my problems seem so miniscule. Nothing compared to the beauty of the valley lying below us. Being confined within the walls of my house during this unfortunate pandemic has made me long for those mountains and made my lungs ache to breathe that fresh, clear air. Everyday I keep wishing to experience that magical trek all over again. When the world finally starts returning to a semblance of normalcy, I definitely know where Im headed: The mountains." 👉🏼 To get featured, fill the form in our bio @officialtravellersofindia 👈🏼 #travel #travelblogger #travellersofindia #trellcommunity #tripotocommunity #indiatravelgram #travelrealindia #brahmatal #snow #mountains

    @eshanii_sharma shares her love for Mountains :- "There are about a million things I'm in love with, a lot of hobbies, interests, and passions. But my love for the mountains and it's snowy peaks can never surpass anything else. A spontaneous decision to celebrate last new year's eve at Brahmatal turned out to be the best decision I ever made in life, because that's when I chanced upon my one true love: mountains. There aren't enough words in my opinion to describe the beauty of Uttarakhand. Right from the pristine snow-clad mountains to the meandering, evergreen forest trails, all of it is breathtaking. I still have a vivid memory of the gorgeous view that I got to witness after a long and tiring trek. It was the most mesmerizing sight I had ever seen. Being at the top truly made me feel alive and made all my problems seem so miniscule. Nothing compared to the beauty of the valley lying below us. Being confined within the walls of my house during this unfortunate pandemic has made me long for those mountains and made my lungs ache to breathe that fresh, clear air. Everyday I keep wishing to experience that magical trek all over again. When the world finally starts returning to a semblance of normalcy, I definitely know where I'm headed: The mountains." 👉🏼 To get featured, fill the form in our bio @officialtravellersofindia 👈🏼#travel #travelblogger #travellersofindia #trellcommunity #tripotocommunity #indiatravelgram #travelrealindia #brahmatal #snow #mountains

  • @dr.dhara_20 shares her Dubai experience with us:- My best travel story has to be my trip to DUBAI. I was really very excited for it as it was my first international trip! Dubai is a city which is known for luxury shopping, ultramodern architecture and a lively nightlife scene. Burj Khalifa, tallest tower which dominates the skyscraper-filled skyline. At its foot lies Dubai Fountain which has a musical show! Ofcourse you cant miss going to Dubai Mall and having their cheese cake, it is just so yummy. I enjoyed everything about this place be it desert safari, the lavish limo rides, the Atlantis resorts, Palm Jumeirah, the beaches there, Dubai frame and lastly marina cruise. It is all so lit up and beautiful at night. One thing I loved the most was SHEIKH JAYED MOSQUE it is so pretty I cannot explain in words , beautifully carved and a masterpiece. Thing I like about Dubai is their concept of naming the tourist spots. It is really commendable One must visit Dubai for sure you wont regret it!! Try visiting it in November to January so that you dont miss the GLOBAL VILLAGE and also weather is cool. 👉🏼 To get featured, fill the form in our bio @officialtravellersofindia 👈🏼 #travel #travelblogger #travellersofindia #trellcommunity #tripotocommunity #indiatravelgram #travelrealindia #dubai #dubailife #burjkhalifa #globalvillagedubai

    @dr.dhara_20 shares her Dubai experience with us:- My best travel story has to be my trip to DUBAI. I was really very excited for it as it was my first international trip! Dubai is a city which is known for luxury shopping, ultramodern architecture and a lively nightlife scene. Burj Khalifa, tallest tower which dominates the skyscraper-filled skyline. At its foot lies Dubai Fountain which has a musical show! Ofcourse you can't miss going to Dubai Mall and having their cheese cake, it is just so yummy. I enjoyed everything about this place be it desert safari, the lavish limo rides, the Atlantis resorts, Palm Jumeirah, the beaches there, Dubai frame and lastly marina cruise. It is all so lit up and beautiful at night. One thing I loved the most was SHEIKH JAYED MOSQUE it is so pretty I cannot explain in words , beautifully carved and a masterpiece. Thing I like about Dubai is their concept of naming the tourist spots. It is really commendable One must visit Dubai for sure you won't regret it!! Try visiting it in November to January so that you don't miss the GLOBAL VILLAGE and also weather is cool. 👉🏼 To get featured, fill the form in our bio @officialtravellersofindia 👈🏼#travel #travelblogger #travellersofindia #trellcommunity #tripotocommunity #indiatravelgram #travelrealindia #dubai #dubailife #burjkhalifa #globalvillagedubai