Traveling has always influenced me. From the sunsets in the Dal Lake of Srinagar to mountain trekking at Adam’s Peak in Sri Lanka. I have fallen into the traps of Passport Frogers and an unexpected inadmissibility has lead to a Visa delay of 3 months. I have moved hands-free, where my luggage was sent to the hotels I’ve booked. And there was no “stand in long queues” to get my luggage checked in. There are a lot of blogs that do the same as we do. They share the same what and how. But we work for our why and our who. We’re minds and makers with our bussiness sense and creative chores, set out to connect people with what matters the most- the Experience. And we spend each day so by sharpening the tool of creative ways of Traveling with a minimal cost and handsome pleasure. At Safarnama tera we believe in treating people how we expect to be treated with friendliness, patience and respect. We believe that Tourism industry is one of the most exciting places in the world and it’s an honor for us to connect, encourage and influence that community through our posts. I started blogging to document my two month trip to Southeast Asia the summer of 2014. I cried the night before I left, terrified of eating dinner alone, getting lost in the airport, and having my camera stolen. That summer I fell head-over-flip-flops in love with the adrenaline of travel, realized there were people out there truly living this nomadic lifestyle that I thought only existed in my head, and discovered that the aimless yearning and restlessness I had been feeling for years was suddenly quieted and peaceful.