Travel Photographers Who Blog

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Travel Photographers Who Blog

1. Arun Bhat

Arun Bhat

Arun Bhat is a professional photographer and a travel writer based in Bangalore. He spends much of his time traveling in India and abroad, exploring its rich culture and beautiful landscapes or leading photography tours to exotic locations. His travel writing and photography are widely published in travel magazines, in-flight ,  magazines and publications across the world.

He is the author of India Travel & Photography Blog, where he writes about his journeys and shares the images that he captures from all corners of India and abroad. The blog stands out for its interesting storytelling and vivid photography that complements the write-ups.

2. Upendra Swami

Upendra Swami

A restless soul. Twenty-five years back planned a journey around the globe on a bicycle. It never materialized, though but the spirit still remains. Professionally had been a mainstream journalist and passionately a traveler, writer & photographer. Worked as Travel Editor with mainstream media. Now publish my own travel tabloid and syndicate travel content to various media, besides doing free-lancing. Traveled across India and fortunately some places outside India as well. This blog is a testimony to what I feel and how I want to express it. It also reflects many unfulfilled desires and an ever-increasing appetite to travel more and more.

3. Pratap J

Pratap J

He started photography in 2006. Living in India, there was never a dearth of subjects for photography. We are known for our driver natural habitat, vibrant people, festivals, and culture. Travel and photography always went hand in hand .

He trekked in the Himalayas looking for pristine landscapes, visited the temples of South India to shoot the beautiful architecture, and relaxed by the beaches of Coastal India to experience magical sunrises and sunsets.  He blogging regularly since he started photography. He started with a photo blog, which he still update, and then added travelogues. Some of his most popular posts are about Spiti Valley, Hampi, and Gokarna. His blog is a rich mixture of travel stories and world-class photographs.

4. Krishnandu Sarkar

Krishnandu Sarkar

Krishnandu Sarkar is a budding travel blogger and being grown up in the midst of Bengali culture which is famously known for Eating, Sleeping and Travelling, he loves travelling too. He loves travelling in budget with his family or friends. He loves the planning part most and thus he does through analysis, so you can expect to get some first-hand experience along with some awesome budget tips with the required contact details on this blog.

5. Yogi Saraswat

Yogi Saraswat

yogi-saraswat.blogspot is a Hindi travelogue , which started in 2013 . It would cover known and unknown places of India . Before it , Initially the blog was of political field but after achieving first prize there, Yogi Sarawat move to a travelogue, as of now it is going to be popular day by day and hope that a day in future it will be counted as one of the best Hindi travelogue of India.

6. Rangan Datta

Rangan Datta

Rangan Datta travel and started sharing his experience in the print media (newspaper) way back in early 2000. In 2011 he shifted to travel blogging as he wanted to his readers to read the unedited travelogues. His blog focusing mainly on heritage and concentrated mainly his home state of West Bengal.

The blog provides detail and exhaustive travel info, helping travelers to plan their travel. The blog has been popular among casual readers and serious travelers and also to serious academics. The blog has been appreciated by best-selling authors like Amitav Ghosh and William Dalrymple.

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7. Surya


The main intention behind Surya starting Travelrope was to share her experiences on the places that she has visited and inspire others to head out as well. Travel not only helps her connect with people and make new friends,she believes it also broadens her perspective about different cultures. Travelrope is also into conducting reviews and that is a different kind of challenge that Surya has been exploring. She has also started “Inspire Me” series on her blog where she has been taking interviews of all those people who have done exemplary work and are inspiring in so many ways.

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