Submit Guest Posts on The Wanderer

If you love writing and want to share your travel story with the world, you have come to the right place :)

You are welcome to contribute your travel stories here and I shall publish them under the category of Guest Posts.

I won't edit your story, unless there are grammatical errors and excessive profanities. I might also edit the title (after discussing with you) to have a wider reach and better SEO. With each guest post you will get one do-follow link to your home page or a specific post, and links to three social media handles of your choice.

Here are some tips to get started:

- Do discuss the story idea with me before you pen it down completely.
- Make sure you have images to go with your story, and you must have ownership over the images (no images from internet please, unless you take them from creative commons).
- Stories can be from anywhere in the world, but they have to be based on personal experiences. There could be exceptions, but discuss with me first.
- You can do a travelogue (1000 words minimum) or a photo-story (5-10 images). Both should tell a story and should also be useful for readers (an interesting-to-read story is also useful, of course).
- No commercial links in the story. You can link to other useful web-pages (wiki page, stories on other blogs) and of course to your own blog (plus two of your own social media profiles).
- Finally, you must enjoy writing the story - if you love it, readers will love it too :)

Share your ideas here: connect[at]siddharthajoshi[dot]com


  1. Hi Sid...Last year, I have completed my 64 days in Himalaya in just Rs. 21/- only. That tour was related Tantra... to proof that how Tantra works... Its work or not..during tour i have no mobile only a single bag with sleepers...and some cloths.. in 15 Feb to 10 April, 2015
    Now.. again i am planning to go but how... i do not know. But in your style to go this time ..So please give some tips...m.n. 8434320868,

    1. Please write an email to me Rupesh and then we can take it forward from there...


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