Missing Travel? Watch these travel web series to wake up the Wanderlust in you

We just saw a Tweet which read ’77 days’ and didn’t need any context to understand what the person was talking about. For most of us, it’s been over two months that we have locked ourselves in our homes. And although things seem to open up slowly, travel for leisure might be the last thing to open up. And if you had any travel plans during summer, we all know they have gone to dust. Don’t worry, watch these travel web series and get your dose of travel adrenaline.


How would it be to go on a trip with your siblings? Well, watch Tripling before you book your tickets(just kidding). Starring Sumeet Vyas, Maanvi Gagroo, and Amol Parashar, this web series will take you on a hilarious journey with three siblings from three different cities. In the first season, the story that starts from Mumbai passes through the royal city Jodhpur and travels to the scenic Manali. In the second season, you can explore some Tehzeeb of Lucknow, the streets of Kolkata, and the beauty of Sikkim.

Places to watch out for: Jodhpur, Manali, Kolkata & Sikkim
Watch on: Sony Liv

The Trip

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Ever planned a trip with your girl gang? Imagine how much extra special it would be if it was a bachelorette trip! The trip is a dream travel for all the brides-to-be and her friends. Starring Lisa Haydon, Swetha Tripathi, Sapna Pabbi and Mallika Dua, this series from 2016 will give you all the feels of travel and female friendship. The four ladies, with one bride-to-be, go on a trip from Delhi to Thailand to celebrate a bachelorette party.

Places to watch out for: Delhi
Watch on: Bindass.com

Way Back Home

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Always dreamt of visiting the Himalayas? Well, it’s not as easy as it sounds. With mountainous terrain and sub-zero temperatures, you have to be more than prepared to take such a journey. For now, with Way Back Home, go for a virtual trip and lose yourself in the little screen. The journey starts with a bus ride from Delhi to Manali, and in no time are you can delve into the lush white snow. Throughout the series, the protagonist takes you to places like village Malana in Parvati Valley, Maharana Pratap Sagar Lake to higher altitudes of Sangla Valley in Kinnaur. This short documentary-style web series by Rohan Thakur will take you through life in the mountains. With mind-boggling visuals, this 13 episode series is a must-watch.

Places to watch out for: Upper Kinnaur, Spiti, Kangra Valley and Chamba Valley
Watch on: YouTube

Away From Home

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If you ever dreamed of visiting Andaman island, then this is your chance. Technically the second season of Way Back Home, this series takes you on a journey with Marine biologist Nayantara Jain to explore the turquoise blue waters, the Jarawa Tribal Reserve along with multiple beaches, and of course scuba diving. They also visit Kaala Patthar Beach and a secret lagoon.

Places to watch out for: Little Andamans, Jirkatang, Jarawa Tribal Reserve
Watch on: YouTube


Set in the beautiful valley of Shillong, the story revolves around two childhood classmates who accidentally run into each other. While one is on a solo bike trip, the other is in search of his long lost lover. Hopping from one neighbourhood to another, the two end up at Umpling hoping to catch a ferry. Starring Priyanshu Painyuli and Anshul Chauhan, this series will definitely pull your heartstrings.

Places to watch out for: Shillong, Umpling, Imphal
Watch on: YouTube

Caravan Chronicles

Go on a road trip with Sharanya and Ankita and their hippy ‘ol caravan on a month-long journey. This travel web series takes you on a trip to the north-east, and explore the beauty of Sikkim. Not like your regular travel web series, this series lets you enjoy the beautiful scenic visuals with calming music and minimal dialogues.

Places to look out for: Sikkim, Temi Tea Garden
Watch it on: YouTube

Love Travel Repeat

Well, you can’t really count traveling from Electronic city to Airport as a road trip, right? Kriti Vij and Pranay Manchanda take a road trip from Mumbai to Banglore. Over the two week journey, they pass through various familiar yet unfamiliar places. From the beautiful windmill farm in Satara to the serine temples of Murdeshwar and Hampi. This journey will make you forget about the lockdown.

Places to watch out for: Pune, Satara, Hampi, Banglore
Watch on: YouTube

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