About

Welcome to Daily Passenger, an award winning travel blog from India. My blog’s purpose is to highlight the importance of responsible tourism along with the impact of climate change in different parts of India and the world.

I have recently won Outlook Traveller Responsible Tourism Award 2020 in Best Communicator Category. My blog has one of the biggest database covering climate change, waste management and global warming in India.

As a responsible travel blogger from India, I work with different NGOs and help them out with content. Apart from this, I also highlight the importance of local experiences and how it will help improve the travel quality while also helping the natives of that area.

Responsible travel blogging is highly needed in India because a majority of villages are facing water crisis, bad yield of crops and heavy rainfall that is destroying their food. As of now, bloggers are an important medium to highlight these issues and let the world know about them.

I also write about ethical backpacking in India along with ways to save money while solo travelling in India and South East Asia.

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  1. ur words doesnt sound imaginative… nd its nice to read out ur exprience… looking forward for more…
    keep writing..

  2. Your blog ( menus and categories ) is very similar to mine 🙂 , that’s the first thing I noticed .HAppy travelling !! Currently reading about your escapades ~Deeksha

  3. I am really enjoying the theme/design of your blog. Do you ever run into any browser
    compatibility problems? A few of my blog readers have complained about my blog not operating correctly in Explorer but looks great in Firefox.
    Do you have any suggestions to help fix this issue?

  4. Hey, Anshul!
    It does seem like a wonderful place – your blog! The travel bug has been nudging me to get out there and see the world, but I guess I still need a wee bit more time to really take that bug seriously! Your blog seems like the perfect place for travellers like me who enjoy visiting places, albeit vicariously! WIll follow your travel stories and hope to get inspired to do the same!

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