OWhenever I consider planning a trip, the first thing I do is browse social media to find more details about the desired destination. Following a few good travel vloggers has always been helpful, whether it’s a two-day trip or a long vacation.

There are several India travel content creators that offer fun and informative vlogs with in-depth recommendations and tips – the best places to visit, stay, eat, etc.

So here is a list of some of the best travel YouTubers in India, who can guide you when planning your next trip:

1. Varun Vagish (Mountain Hiker)

As his channel name suggests, Varun Vagish is a Delhi-based trekking enthusiast and travel vlogger. Since 2017, he has traveled to over 20 countries around the world, traveling and capturing his experiences.

Through his travel vlogs, Varun has made it his business to prove that it is possible to travel across the country and around the world without burning your pocket. His economical and realistic travel videos now have millions of subscribers. He also shares his own itineraries, including tips on how to save money by opting for public transport and budget accommodations.

Language: Hindi with English subtitles.

Here is a vlog of his trip to Thailand:

2. Deepanshu Sangwan (Nomadic Indian)

Inspired by a Ted Talk, Deepanshu Sangwan from Mumbai decided to explore travel and eventually started vlogging.

Traveling alone to over 25 countries in five years, he was able to build up a solid following of over 1.5 million subscribers on YouTube. His vlogs stand out from the crowd with his unique hitchhiking travel style, and he also offers tips on economical routes while traveling in different countries.

Deepanshu Sangwan (Source: Instagram)

Language: Hindi

3. Tanya Khanijow

Among the popular Indian travel vloggers in India, Tanya Khanijow is an avid solo traveler and travel filmmaker based in Delhi.

She quit her corporate job to follow her passion for traveling the world. Launching her vlogs on YouTube in 2012, she shares her experiences and learnings, while breaking stereotypes about women who travel.

Language: Hindi

Here is one of his vlogs from his solo trip to Bhutan:

4. Navankur Chaudhary (Doctor Yatri)

Doctor-turned-travel-vlogger Navankur Chaudhary is based in Mumbai and has traveled across the globe, visiting several countries like Russia, Brazil, France, Istanbul, and more.

His vlogs reflect his solo travel experiences and provide details on expenses incurred, tips on booking air tickets, visa process in different countries, and more. His videos explore the culture, food and beauty of each country he visits.

Indian travel vlogger Navankur Chaudhary
Navankur Chaudhary (Source: Instagram)

Language: Hindi

5. Kritika Goel

Traveler and YouTuber Kritika Goel has been vlogging her travels since 2017. She used to work at a corporate job, but switched to full-time vlogging after realizing her love for travel.

Along with sharing her travels and the places she explores, she also makes lifestyle and fashion vlogs.

Currently, she has more than 4 lakh subscribers, she also has overseas trips, collaborates with several popular brands to produce great content.

French language

Here is a vlog of his trip to Lakshadweep:

6. Priyanka Chandola (DesiGirl Traveler)

Priyanka Chandola, also known as ‘DesiGirl Traveller’, has been vlogging her travels since 2018. She explored India on her own in a budget-friendly way and shares her insights on finding cheap places to stay , shopping at , and dining there.
With over 3 lakh subscribers, her vlogs are straightforward and explore various cultures and lifestyles.

Indian travel vlogger Priyanka Chandola
Priyanka Chandola (Source: Instagram)

Language: Hindi

7. Harish Bali (Visa2explore)

Visa2explore was started by Harish Bali in 2017 to share his love for travel and food.

An avid traveler and foodie, Harish’s vlogs talks about several tips and things to keep in mind when visiting any place like North East India as well as food and restaurants around the place. His vlogs also provide several essential inputs like travel time, distance, places to visit and how to plan the best route.

Noted for her simple and entertaining presentations, her YouTube channel now has over 1.5 million subscribers.

Language: Hindi with English subtitles

Here is one of his vlogs from his trip to Nagaland:

8. Rohan Thakur and Bharati Bharani (Ronnie and Barty)

This traveling husband and wife duo create cinematic vlogs to capture the beauty of their destinations. With a background in the film industry, they quit their jobs and moved from Mumbai to Manali to dabble in full-time travel vlogging.

Since then, they have been capturing the beauty of the Himalayas and sharing their experiences and stories of nomadic life. Their vlogs offer insight into several beautiful and offbeat destinations in and around Himachal Pradesh, including villages, waterfalls, and more.

Indian travel vloggers Ronnie and Barty
Ronnie and Barty (Source: Instagram)

French language

9. Radhika Sharma (Radhika Nomlers)

Radhika Sharma – or Radhika Nomllers on her vlog – is a solo skier, diver and traveler. From Kashmir to Pondicherry, she has explored different destinations across India and her videos are truly a visual, informative and entertaining treat.

Moreover, they reflect his taste for adventure.

Language: Hindi and English

Here is a vlog on how to travel to the Maldives on a budget by Radhika Sharma:

10. Treasure of Shenaz

Actress and avid traveler Shenaz Treasury talks about her travels via Instagram and YouTube. Its content is colorful and its presentation is energetic and engaging.

Traveling to different parts of the country like Kashmir, Himachal, Meghalaya and Goa, she shares the best places to visit and also offers accommodation options. With over 2 lakh subscribers on YouTube and almost a million on Instagram, Shehanaz’s vlogs are as entertaining as they are informative.

Indian actor and travel vlogger Shehnaz Treasury
Treasury of Shehnaz (Source: Instagram)

French language

(Editing by Divya Sethu)