Travelrope initially started out as a humble blog on Tumblr. Post a number of articles, I felt that I can perhaps ease the process of building trip itinerary by sharing my travel experiences as well as other travelers’ who contribute their stories to Travelrope. Travelrope has no longer remained a place just for travelogues as I also wanted to share what goes on in the lives of the many who have been inspiring to a whole lot of people out there. That is how Inspire Me Series was born.
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The Musafir Stories x IVM Podcasts
Kedarkantha Trek with Surya Raju – The Musafir Stories
Explore Sikkim with Surya Raju – The Musafir Stories
Daastan-E-Raahi: A Travel Talk with Surya
Top Travel Bloggers and their Blogs on India (2021) (tripcrafters.com)
Meet 16 Revolutionary Female Travel Bloggers From India – Indulge (grabon.in)
Travel bloggers in India Top Travel Bloggers In India You Must Follow! (hikerwolf.com)
Travel Blogger Interview: Surya Raju | PhotoKatha
Eccentric travel bloggers you want to know about (socialsamosa.com)
Interview With Surya Raju from travelrope.com | Bong Yatra – Journey that Never Ends
The Digital Skipper
49 Indian Travel Bloggers & Their Travel Blogs [Updated List] | (thedigitalskipper.com)
TETE A TETE WITH SURYA RAJU – A RISING STAR! Baggout
Namchi : It is beyond temple trails | WeNomads | Blog
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Awesome!! didn’t know this side of you.
Thanks a lot Atul !!
Im from Digital LK Saatchi company.
One of our brands would like to collaborate with you.
Kindly share your contact details.
Thanks & Regards,
Hi Yashika..Thanks for reaching out. Please reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi Surya Raj, I am highly interested in Travelling and Food, but i don’t know how do you manage to gather funds to do so. Because if i start Travelling then i have to leave my job then how come I will manage my earning and expenditures. Please guide me little. Thanks in Advance
Hello!! Thanks for reaching out to me It always starts small.. I started from going to places nearby considering budgets.. I do have an alternate work profile as well and I fund my own travels.. I plan for one big travel a year and many small ones.. If you have a blog of your own, I would suggest to be consistent at it.. That way, it opens up many doors for you.. You may have many people contacting you for exciting opportunities.. That way you can visit places and write for them too..
Do check if you can write for other publication houses too.. It gives you a lot of exposure! Many travel opportunities can come that way too..
Initially keep your travels for many long weekends.. that way it won’t affect your work life too
I started on Tumblr to begin with and it’s been 3 years now since I started.. It will take time but you will get there eventually.. All the best for your endeavors.. Happy travels to you!
Dr Amith S
Nice to read your travel experiences. “Desha nodu kosha odu” they say in Kannada .I have my set of travel experiences too (mostly Karnataka) if you are writing up anything regarding Karnataka please do rope me in , I can definitely furnish some local knowledge.And would be glad to share my set of travelling memories with my high school friend.
Hi Amith! Hope you’re doing very well.Thanks for taking your time to go over my blog.You’re always welcome to share your articles or any inputs on places in Karnataka on my blog I would totally love that!
I also love travelling and your have given lists of inspiring travelers to all of us. It’s very appreciated. Thanks a lot Travelrope.
Appreciating the time and energy you put into your blog and detailed information you present.
It’s great to come across a blog every once in a while that isn’t
the same outdated rehashed information. Wonderful read!