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Travel Buddy to expand in Southeast Asia & SAARC by 2025

Travel Buddy, a new-age social travel network and experiences marketplace, has unveiled its expansion plans of creating authentic experiences for users in Southeast Asia and the SAARC region by 2025. Home to over 2.5 million users, Travel Buddy is a one-stop platform designed to cater to the diverse needs of travel enthusiasts, whether you are looking for like-minded people for your next trip, localised information about a particular place or even travel-related service.

With the active participation of 85,000+ travel suppliers and insights from 10,000+ travel influencers, Travel Buddy offers a fresh, localised and enriching perspective on exploring different parts of India. Boasting an impressive record, the platform has over 60,000 premium subscription members from 2,000+ cities, and within the first month of its launch, Travel Buddy had already facilitated the sale of over 250 unique travel experiences, redefining the way people engage with travel and adventure.

Travel Buddy has established itself as a travel-friendly marketplace for both inbound and outbound travellers, and is further looking at strengthening its roots in every corner of the country. This will enable the company to build a strong brand that attracts and builds local influencers network for when it steps foot in the Southeast Asian and SAARC region.

Speaking on the expansion plans, Saurav Chakraborty, Founder and CEO, Travel Buddy, said – ‘’Travel Buddy is on a journey to redefine how travellers experience destinations and their localised culture. We empower, both, explorers and locals to foster meaningful interactions and authentic experiences. Our immediate plan of action is to add 1000 more unique experiences by 2023 – that the travellers reminiscence for lifetime. We are more focused than ever and while we are passionately creating experiences in India, we have plans to build and drive the same experiences in the SAARC and in the Southeast Asian region in 2025, and we are very optimistic.’’

Travel Buddy is swiftly aiming to cater to inbound travellers arriving in India, with immediate intent rather than waiting for the years 2024 or 2025. Their primary objective revolves around establishing a robust network of local influencers to enhance the experience of foreigners visiting India.

 

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