On a Mission to Complete every Travellers Bucket-List
A Backpacking company established out of sheer passion in 2020. When the world was closed in 4 walls, we opened our doors to the entire world digitally and there is no going back now. It all started with 1 itinerary branching out to now over 15000+ happy travellers.
At the Bucketlister, we created tours which existed outside the realm of standard travel itineraries, going beyond the ordinary & completed all that you've wished for (literally, Aapka hukum sarakhon par) to make your journey worthwhile. Being wanderers ourselves, we have already been there, done that like a local. We now want to make you fall in love with the place whilst we take care of the planning.
Your list of 'places to visit' shouldn't just be on a piece of paper. They should come to you as memories on Instagram, Snapchat, and Google photos. We are here to fulfill just this with mission to take Bucketlisters to 196 countries!
Meet The Team
Dedication. Expertise. Passion.
Sales Head & Founder
A visionary travelpreneur with an experience of staying more than 1000 days on road exploring places. He has a habit of finding a path even where it seems impossible, thus heads the responsibility of running the entire show. Talking to him is like talking to a friend who’s always up for a travel plan (Trust us, very hard to find ;) )
Fortis Fortuna Adiuvat - Fortune favours the bold. His boldness, his wish to experience the unknown & his urge to build a new adventurous reality have worked wonders for him.
"Mai rukna nahi chahta tha Naina."
Pursued travel and tourism management & haven't stopped exploring since!
Social Media Manager
Great content makes her content. Swooned over by the awesomeness of the Bucketlisters & now encouraging everyone to 'Live their Story'. Hack 101 to travel for free: Work for it ;)
Travel brings in new adventures & breaks the monotony of life. Work hard to travel harder!
Living each day as if it were the last! Travelling helps me recognize my shared humanity & dissipates fear. After all, it's much more fun to love the world than to be afraid of it.