Hi, I’m Ankita Poddar.

Firstly a big big Thank You for stopping by on this website.

This website gives you all the destination-based information which will make your travelling easy and memorable.

I started this page to give awareness to all the girls out there that travelling solo is possible. I love adventure, new cultures, varied food, and gathering all the good and bad experiences.

Convincing my parents for traveling was the most difficult thing but one thing I realised during my adult life – Do what’s “right”, “normal” or “stable” for you. Or, “do what makes you happy”

Fear of the unknown is somewhat a normal human experience and that doesn’t mean I should stop myself from flying.

 Years back, I use to ask myself the following questions, I wonder if you ask these to yourself also.

  1. How to travel alone in India?
  2. Can a girl go on a solo trip in India?
  3. Where can I go on a solo trip in India?
  4. What should I pack for a solo trip?
  5. How to travel on a budget? 
  6. “How do I plan my trip?”
  7. “How do I stay safe and healthy?”

Okay, I got you. I know this is so overwhelming, seeing everyone travelling putting up pictures on Instagram and you have no idea from where to start. 

I will tell you my story.

I travel out of the country to Nepal for the first time at 19 years old. I wanted to meet a friend from Pokra, not a boyfriend, but my childhood friend who was moving to States for his Master’s. 

Though it was just a meet-up, I fell in love with travelling solo. I loved how I have to talk to strangers, dare myself for adventures, walk into the unknown, explore the food and so more. 

On my 20th Birthday, I decided to travel and then I went to Sri Lanka and Bhutan. 

Since graduating college, I continue to make travel a priority – no matter how small local places it was. 

I joined as an intern in Indian Political Committee (I-PAC), not only it drained me emotionally but physically too. 

I found myself extremely unsatisfied with what I was doing professionally. I wanted to have some extraordinary experiences but working at IPAC was not giving me that.

There were a lot of silent cries at night, not able to figure out what to do professionally and how to earn. 

After 1.7 years, I leaped and quit my job at I-PAC. I started working as a freelance content writer. I was not making much during that time.

It was then it struck me to travel and inspire others to do the same. So, here I am today with this travel website to influence and take you around, all on at budget!

I am happy about leaving my job. Now, I am the caption of my ship, and sometimes the waves are too high and I have to take, control of it too. It’s not easy to sail!

Over years of travelling, I have realised an exchange of smiles or a hearty conversation with a stranger uplifts my mood. 

Unfortunately, I do not have a sugar daddy or a super-rich dad to sponsor my travel costs. All the costs and expenses are taken-care of by me. 

I do not hope to have one too. I am happy to sponsor by my own

I sleep in the dorms, and budget hotels, carry my water bottle, walk rather than taking the car, and try those roadside street stalls, converse with other fellow travellers to see the world.

It saves a lot of money! Here, all you get is budget travelling and no super fancy things. I would show you how it feels on the road. 

When I travel I come across such breathtaking sights that I wish to share them with you who are enclosed in the comfort of your homes.

This curious girl wants to save, invest more in travelling all over the world, share travel experiences, share travel tips and help other women to join the journey.

I am honoured that you’ve decided to follow me on this journey!

I have been able to leave you with something that will help you, entertain you, or simply make you smile. 

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