Travel startups on the upswing
Each startup needs to be innovative with their products and come up with new products to compete with the big players in the industry and to stay up on the graph in an article by Irene Susan Eapen.
Into the Land of High Passes
The International Indian
Lyrics from the seventies’ Carpenters hit, ‘Top of the world’, could well describe the feeling of awe that seizes a first time traveller to Ladakh, the remote old Himalayan kingdom in India’s Jammu and Kashmir province.
15 Stay Recommendations from the Experts
National Geographic Traveller
Run by the very friendly and hospitable family of Tashi Gyaltsen, Tukchu Homestay has great local ambience and spacious rooms. It is close to Shanti Stupa. Great tariff for the quality of the rooms and the service.
WOMEN’S DAY EXCLUSIVE
5 WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS STIRRING UP INDIA’S TRAVEL SPACE
Women are an integral part of any social setting. They nurture, strengthen and serve as the backbone of the family and community. Technically there doesn’t go a day where we aren’t thankful enough for their unparalleled and selfless service.
Co-Founder at The Blueberry Trails
There are many people, who long for going on a holiday or travel to far-out places to take a break from their hectic schedule. Then there are people like Sudeepta Sanyal, who take their passion of traveling to a completely new level and launch a startup out of it.
Tribes of Cool: The Tech Crew
When a movie outing is due, logging on to Hemrajani’s website is as essential as buying a tub of popcorn in the interval. Saving us from serpentine queues at theatres and auditoriums, BookMyShow changed the way we bought tickets with its launch in 1999. Today, the portal is India’s biggest online movie and events ticketing brand.
Music in the Great Outdoors III
The third instalment of The Blueberry Trails’ camp-cum-concert is slated for this weekend. Attention adrenaline junkies, some of you lucky few — with a valid driving licence — will also have an opportunity to steer the group to the offroad campsite that’s encircled by hills and vales, and edged by a cliff, in a four-wheel drive.
In conversation: Sudeepta Sanyal of The Blueberry Trails
Travel is love for me. I learnt to travel very early on in my life - to not just visit places as a tourist, but to be a local, adapt to their life and move out in a couple of years. Prior to starting The Blueberry Trails, I worked with Pantaloons, the retail store of Future Group, in marketing and branding.
Battle to heat up in The Pitch season 3 on Bloomberg TV
Bloomberg TV India’s third season of The Pitch has moved into its final phase. The jury, comprising of successful entrepreneurs Mahesh Murthy, Vishal Gondal and Neeraj Roy, have selected the FINAL 10 contenders who will be competing for the top spot
SOUNDS A BIT OFF TRACK
Never seen an itinerary like this? Of course, for that leading travel company will never risk taking you there. But then, there are some others, which do. This is their story.
Would You Like to Follow The Blueberry Trails?
Blend nature with culture, and the rich experiential mixture is what Mumbai based Blueberry Trails aims to offer. Founded by Sudeepta Sanyal, The Blueberry Trails is an experiential company ‘where travel is more about experience than destination.
Falling off the map: HIT THE ROAD
How about going on a beach trail to some of the quietest beaches in the Konkan? Blueberry Trails, a travel outfit set up by sisters Sudeepta, 26, and Anu Sanyal, 24, in Mumbai, organises such experiential travel holidays in off-beat locations in Maharashtra, Gujarat and Ladakh.
TRAVEL START-UP BUSINESS LESSON: DON’T BE AFRAID TO SCALE UP
Times Of India
While there are several travel start-ups in Mumbai, what sets Blueberry Trails — started in September 2010 by Sudeepta Sanyal — apart is the experience that it provides. A trip to a homestay would pack in a pottery lesson from the village potters, and once, famously, a trip to Kashmir involved meeting Kashmiri woodcarvers. Stays are often at small, cosy homes of the locals.
The Blueberry Trails looks at technology investment
Express Travel World
Mumbai-based The Blueberry Trails is planning to expand aggressively in the India market. Started in September 2010 with an investment of around Rs 8-10 lakh, the company is constantly working towards providing different experiential tours.
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