At TheBetterVacation.com, we consider ourselves experts in tourist attractions.
Our talented writers (who also double up as researchers) have multiple degrees across various subjects.
Some have been in travel writing for many years while others have learned how to write about tourist attractions after joining us.
However, all of them are passionate about hitting the road.
Together, we have tried to eliminate the surprise element in travel by researching and writing about 210 tourist attractions in 28 cities.
We expect to cover 250 attractions by the end of 2021.
Over the last three years, we have grown to a team of 18 writers.
Jamshed V Rajan
Jamshed V Rajan is a two-faced traveler who enjoys both the hustle-bustle of an urban holiday and the serenity of a long break from the city.
Rekha Rajan loves to travel, and when not on the move, reads about popular destinations, talks to travelers, or writes about them.
Barkha Tiwari is a holiday maker comfortable with vacations on sandy beaches, wildlife getaways, Cruises, or cultural breaks.
Pooja Das loves to explore ancient city streets, taking in people, sights, colors, smells, sounds, and the overall culture of the place.
Shubhajyoti Sengupta travels to remote, exotic destinations offering activities, experiences, and memories he has never tried before.
Driven by a passion for the outdoors, Uplabdhi Kamboj connects better with nature and wildlife than museums and monuments.
Vrinda Bhatia doesn’t prefer well-known destinations and clichéd activities. If there is a twist in the day’s itinerary, she’s game.
While traveling, Anshu Pandey loves to be surprised by delicious food, splendid cultures, beautiful people, and their stories.
Besides being a seafood lover, Ankita Roy is a sucker for how the white beach sand feels under her feet and the sea breeze on her face.
Divya Madaan loves to visit popular holiday destinations because they are easy to explore as a tourist. She doesn’t like surprises.
For Mahek Chhabra, location doesn’t matter as long as she gets out of her city for a few days. If there is no time to keep, even better.
Not wanting to miss anything, Priyanka Dwivedi prefers sightseeing in small, closed groups with the help of local tour guides.
From walking the beaches of Thailand to being barefoot on the sands of the Sahara desert, Yashika Bhati loves all kinds of exotic vacations.
In love with the beauty around her, Era Kaundal dreams of exploring the beautiful sights, sounds and people from all around the world.
Shobha Mahapatra loves to try local cuisine, clothes, culture, and language, for it helps her build friendships everywhere she goes.
One day, Garima Boken plans to leave her studies and work and go on a backpacking trip with no end in sight.
Deeksha Anand prefers long vacations to short ones because they help her learn the diverse cultures better.
Divya Sachdeva doesn’t follow the usual traveler’s convention and rules and has her own definition of a holiday.