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Hello everyone – the travelers, the wanderers, and the ones bitten by wanderlust bug!

Thank you for taking out some time of your busy lives and stopping here to know about our world!

We understand how hectic it is to balance travel and work together! Sometimes it seems like you are stuck in a vicious cycle and can only get out of it after quitting your job! But well ‘Busy’ is a myth… with full time working hours and family obligations, we still manage to travel. You know how?

Unlike others our survival list is a little different. It does include breathing, eating, sleeping, drinking, bathing (we aren’t zombies) but then the list has one more thing in it and i.e. TRAVELING.

On Wanderers Hub, we mostly share about romantic travel, luxury stays, offbeat holidays, weekend excursions, and smart travel planning & tips.

How did Wanderers Hub start?

We went for our first international trip together to Barcelona & Ibiza and realized an eternity of things right in those few days. We wanted to go for the next trip quickly once we were back and there was no looking back ever since!

Together we have embarked on a lot of adventures; we have trekked the Tiger Nest Bhutan, snorkelled in the magical world underneath the crystal-clear blue water in Maldives, relaxed at some of the world’s most spectacular beaches in the Philippines, zipped through various European countries, learnt ice climbing in Iceland, undertook some spiritual voyages for self-discovery and discovered our secular Mother land!

What started as a mere portal to keep track of our travels has become a trusted travel blog in India that inspires thousands of readers to step out of their routines to travel!

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Know us better

top travel bloggers in IndiaI’m Prerna!!

I am a post graduate in mass communication (Journalism) from the I.P University. I tried my hands at event management, graphic designing, and fashion designing in the chronological order before finally realizing that I am indeed meant to be a writer.

A daydreamer; I love everything mushy – be it romantic dates, romantic novels, kisses, movies or cuddles. Apart from all this, I am the writer of this blog and I love my work. When I am not traveling, I spend tending to demands of Harsh (which include shopping for him, giving him a head massage, and letting him sleep in peace)

 

                                                                                              

I am Harsh!!Indian Travel Blogger

I am an electronic engineer by profession and I love traveling the most. Most of my time goes in resisting assaults thrown by Prerna regarding the proper functioning of this website.

I love photography and most of the pictures on the blog are taken by me. It is quite difficult for me to stay in the same place for a long time (half an hour at max) especially home. On weekdays or even weekends, you’d most likely find me drinking beer in a lounge, playing snooker, or driving around Delhi. When I am not traveling, I spend time tending to demands of Prerna ( making good food for her, doing the laundry, playing crosswords, and acting a romantic nerd 🙂 )

 

We love-

  • Wandering with the purpose to give meaning to our lives
  • Going to exotic locations and witnessing pretty sunsets
  • Luxury trips (who doesn’t like luxe and glam)
  • Drinking coffee (searing hot)
  • Road trips (with songs at full swing – sometimes peppy & rock ones and on other days calm & romantic music)
  • Making new friends while travelling and staying in touch with them even after years
  • Planning itineraries for the upcoming trips and then going on a shopping spree
  • Living in secluded places in solace (the reason we plan tours in off seasons)

We Don’t like-

  • Traveling around with big suitcases! Why carry extra baggage when you can buy new stuff during the trip
  • Not knowing the native language – It gets very difficult sometimes
  • Arranging our travel documents and then waiting for the visa approval (the wait!!!)

Comments:

  • Shilpa khanna

    June 4, 2016

    Love dis site….

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  • Vipul

    March 24, 2017

    Your site projects only positive and happy vibes. It’s worth spending time over here 🙂

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    • May 3, 2017

      Really happy to hear that, Vipul. Welcome to Wanderers Hub 🙂

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  • shekhar

    November 10, 2017

    love this site they have some great tips for travelling keep up the good work 🙂

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    • November 18, 2017

      Thanks for always being so positive and encouraging 🙂

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  • Kiran T

    November 16, 2017

    Hi, Nice blog.
    Self and family are planing a road trip to Bhutan in Dec.Fly to Bagdogra and then drive from there.Your itenary really helps.
    Have a few questions though;
    1.Is Dec the right time to travel to Bhutan (Dec 18 to 25), any idea on how the weather would be during this time of the year.
    2.Any contacts of travel agents/drivers through whom we can book a vehicle for the road trip .We are 6 adults and 3 kids.
    3.I guess on the Day of arrival at Bagdogra, we cant reach Timphu.We need to rest at the border and get permits and then hit the road next day.
    4.Is accommodation easily available at the border where we need to stay for getting permits.

    Thank You
    Kiran

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    • November 18, 2017

      Hi Kiran,
      Welcome to Wanderers Hub. We are glad to know that you like our blog. Coming to planning for Bhutan:
      1. Lonely Planet suggests December comes under the shoulder season bracket which means it’s still a good time to take a trip with family. When we were there in October, the weather kinda got chilly in the evenings. So, I’d suggest you pack accordingly.
      2. We do have contact number of the driver who showed us Bhutan and the various attractions and he is quite reliable. His contact number is +97517491160.
      3. With kids, we’d definitely recommend that you break your trip and stay in Jaigaon i.e. near the border. Jaigaon is 2 hours drive from Bagdogra and then from there further 5 hours journey to Thimphu once you get your permits in order (which is fairly easy). The permit can be easily taken from Phuentsholing which is the other side of the border (5 minutes walk from Jaigaon). Read about accommodation, permits, etc. here: http://www.wanderershub.com/planning-your-first-trip-to-bhutan-a-comprehensive-guide/
      4. Accommodation near the border shouldn’t be much of a problem. 🙂
      Hope you are able to plan your trip with the information provided.

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  • Harshad Datar

    November 15, 2019

    Enjoyed visiting your blog. You may find my blog interesting. Its majority contents are on travel though there are other topics too. I blog at harshad-datar.blogspot.com

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  • Sarthak Purohit

    May 2, 2020

    Hey prerna big fan of urs but a request on the behalf of all fans plz do come live on YouTube sharing ur routine in this lockdown

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  • Shamta

    September 17, 2020

    Your video and your nature is very nice i am fan of you

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  • October 9, 2020

    Di you are awesome 😍 love from Manjot 😘

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  • mohd abdul samad khan

    October 11, 2020

    i really loved reading your biography and i loved it very much😘😘❤❤💯❤

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  • Chinmayee sahoo

    October 17, 2020

    Your videos are nice and I love your videos✨✨😍😍💖💖🔥🔥

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  • Prajakta Kank

    October 19, 2020

    How did u descried the name ‘Wander’s hub’
    i am also starting a YouTube channel but i am not understanding what should i name that channel
    i am going to post travelled blogs and cooking and etc.

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  • Nawya and Sanvi

    October 26, 2020

    I really love you guys. Your jodi is perfect. Have you ever come to Asansol, Kolkata, West Bengal( Asansol is in West Bengal) ?? Pls reply me

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