Travel is one of the most talked about topics on social media.
Are you making holiday plans? Wondering when, where and how to go? Ever thought that you can make all such plans simply by following a few people on Twitter?
Here is a list of Twitter handles that can be followed on Twitter and for sure will help you in your trip planning.
She quit her corporate jobs of 15 years in order to pursue her passion of travelling. She has been to five continents and been to over 25 countries and her passion lies in exploring the nooks of India as well.
She quit her job at age of 23 to travel the world. She is a travel blogger at The Shooting Star. She lives a nomadic life, seeks adventures off the beaten path and works on the funds for her travels.
Transylvania-bound today. For a first glimpse of the countryside, traditional living, and maybe vampires ;-) #Romania
— Shivya Nath (@shivya) July 22, 2014
She is an offbeat travel enthusiast. She is also a travel writer and photographer. It’s her dream to travel the whole of India by the time she turns 30.
Be On The Road
He is one of the most followed travel blogger of India. He is a world traveller from India who loves to talk about Adventure Travel, Vegetarian Food, Unique Cultures and Wildlife Holidays from around the globe!!
When you think of London, what images does the English capital throw up? Feckless sightseers dressed from head… http://t.co/1WOtH1LB1J
— BE ON THE ROAD (@sankaracs) July 22, 2014
She is a full-time travel blogger and founder of the blog Ankionthemove.
Travel and Academics are the two things she is good at.
— Mridula Dwivedi (@mridulad) July 22, 2014
She is a full-time mother, part-time writer and her love for travelling is infinite.
She is an author, columnist and a blogger. She is generally found travelling, reading or discussing business ideas.
Scared n excited at same time – On way to Tiger Temple, Kanchanaburi #Thailand
— Anuradha Goyal (@anuradhagoyal) July 22, 2014
This account belongs to Arti who is a travel blogger and founder of blog, My Yartra Diary.
His trip to Bhutan on motorcycle changed his life. He is an avid traveller and full time blogger. He was featured on the Lonely Planets for 3 consecutive years as a travel bloggers and his photography has landed him on the cover of World Wildlife Fund’s (WWF) calendar of 2013.
— Arnab Maity (@arnabmaitys) April 17, 2014
This guy is a budget traveller. His tweets convey stories on travel, vegan food, amateur photography, art, culture, fun, people, humor.
— Snigdha Jain (@traveler_budget) July 19, 2014
He is a travel writer, travel photographer and co-founder at Thinking Particle. Phew!
Devil On Wheels
This account belongs to a community who tweets on Himaliyan travels and treks.
Featured Photo: The beautiful colors of Pangong Tso Lake as shared by Khurshed Marolia with all of us… http://t.co/AJnOu1peKF
— DeViL on WheeLs (@devilonwheeels) July 22, 2014
He loves two things in his life: Food and travel. So follow his twitter account if you want to enlighten yourself on good food and travel.
Looking forward to leisurely lunching at Fischers today. Wurst and brotchen! — Ravinder Bhogal (@cookinboots) June 13, 2014
Well this account belongs to the biker community. They believe in ruling the highway road. Planning to explore India on bikes? Well then here is your account.
Riding behind trucks Delhi to Allahabad Bike Ride : during Maha Kumbh 2013: IN 2013 Maha kumbh i decided to d… http://t.co/C9IIe3veLH
— freakbikrz.com (@freakbikrz) February 16, 2014
He is a well known journalist who possesses passion for street food and travel.
She tweets on mountain treks. Founder of blog The Nomadic Shoes.
— Nomadic Shoes (@sumandoogar1) July 4, 2014
This group organizes backpacking trips and also gives great advice for backpackers.
He organizes and tweets on Himalayan expedition, treks and camps.
Mandip Singh Soin
He is an explorer, mountaineer and the founder of IBEX Expeditions.
Now Ibex adds Namibia as a destination after having returned from a fabulous journey there. A must visit place before one dies!
— Mandip Singh Soin (@mandipsinghsoin) June 30, 2014
Fonder of the blog Indian Homestay, she tweets about eco tourism.
Ride Till I Die
This account is a portal for motorbikers. This account gives you ride stories, rider’s experiences, etc all under one roof.
— YamahaRD (@RDPositive) July 16, 2014