Turning wanderlust into a career - January 28, 2016
You don’t need to have a guide, you need a Sherpa. Seek a Sherpa next time you are traveling to a new city!
Travel, the local way - January 28, 2016
The story of SeekSherpa, how Dhruv Raj Gutpa and Sukhmani Singh left their steady jobs to follow their passion!
Fund Your Travels By Hosting In Your City - January 28, 2016
Share your culture, make new friends and earn a few bucks. Services like SeekSherpa and Padhaaro let you sign up and offer local tours and insights in your city.
How Hyperlocal Travel Start-ups are Disrupting the Indian Tourism Space? - January 28, 2016
New evolved travelers are diving deep to understand the unique cultural and social fabric of the place they visit. At their disposal are start-ups ready to serve them with guided hyperlocal tours.
Walk like a Bengalurean - January 28, 2016
Seek Sherpa aims to keep it “counter-culture, cool and eclectic”, mainly by having ordinary citizens who “have a story to tell” take you through namma ooru.
10,000 Start-ups programme a boon for entrepreneurs - January 28, 2016
Following the Nasscom initiative, the number of start-ups funded every year has doubled. Seek Sherpa is one of those NASSCOM stamped Startups.
SeekSherpa in Mid-day, Mumbai – Kebab Trail and The SoBo Food Bus Tour - January 28, 2016
Indulge in Kebabs or take a seat in an AC Coach on trails that allow you to discover scrumptious fare in the bylanes of South Mumbai with a foodie and SeekSherpa!
Shooting birds good for them, do it this way - January 28, 2016
A law student at Noida’s Amity University, 20-year-old Shikhar Mohan is like any other college student in weekdays. On weekends, he becomes a guide-cum-trainer for bird watchers with SeekSherpa!
Walking tours catching on in India - January 28, 2016
Tired of the hackneyed itineraries, an increasing number of tourists, both Indian and foreign, is going for the unique experience these tours offer
On The Road, With A Sherpa - January 28, 2016
Delhi : By keeping run-of-the-mill guides and tour companies with vested interests at bay and roping in locals, Gupta and Singh have managed to tap into a previously overlooked market.