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Bhupendra Singh

I've had the travel bug since I was 10 years old. Since then, I have not looked back. Always in search of new destinations to explore!

My passion for adventure activities encouraged me to become a mountaineer and I went on to summit Mt. Banderpunch (6800m) in the Himalaya. Before entering the travel industry, I had explored almost every corner of this beautiful country.

I specialize in tailor-made trips for people who travel with a purpose: to experience unique moments and see the hidden cultural and natural gems of my country.

What places and activities do you specialize in?

"Apart from cultural sites, I prefer to suggest the offbeat destination wherein one could experience tranquility and interaction with local offers insight into India Culture. I would recommend city of Taj Mahal to everyone coming to India irrespective of region you choose to explore. Few destinations that I vehemently recommend are as such: Udaipur, Jaipur, Periyar, and Mararikulam to relax in turquoise beaches. For activities, Safari tops the chart otherwise various experiences are proposed at each destination"

How did you get involved in travel?

"After completing studies in Public administration, I chose to become travel expert rather than bureaucrat. Learning languages (French & Russian) had helped me to understand other’s culture in better way and allowed me to make my niche in our Organization. India being 7th largest nation in term of area, there remains lot to explore. So I continue to travel to enrich my experience and share it with people. "

Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.

"This question appears to be very simple but for me it is too difficult. But still I would share the one which is a bit different from others. While summiting the peak in Himalaya during expedition, distance from summit camp to Summit was an experience that cannot be put into words but felt! Panoramic view and serene mountains engulfed with white layer of Ice leave one speechless. "

Featured trips & expertise

Kerala Hiking Tour - 12 Days

India's Kerala state, located in the south of the peninsula, is home to lush vegetation and wild animals, aromatic spices and stunning temples. Indulge your senses and experience Kerala's diversity. Trek through forest and jungle to heights that offer stunning views, take in cultural sights of bustling towns, and relax on a bamboo raft on the winding waters, with nature at your fingertips.

Tiger in Ranthambore
Land of the Tiger: Wildlife & Cultural Tour - 13 Days

This trip is designed to maximize your chances of thrilling experiences with the Bengal tiger. Located in the rural heart of India, you'll explore multiple natural habitats—including the deciduous forests of Kanha National Park, considered the most beautiful and pristine wildlife reserves in the country.  The trip is topped off with visits to the Taj Mahal, the glorious city of Fatehput Sikri, and the extraordinary Khajuraho temples.

Take in the colors of India at your own speed
Cycling Karnataka and Kerala — 14 Days

This cycling adventure through southwest India will take you from abundant forests to spice plantations, from sophisticated temples to beaches and backwater canals. The region's jungles and waterways, colorful towns and fishing villages, beaches and delicious cuisine will all be explored as you pedal the rural roads of Karnataka and Kerala.

Hawa Mahal in Jaipur
Highlights of Rajasthan - 21 Days

Featuring an exciting mix of culture, history, and nature, this comprehensive tour offers a unique overview of India's largest state, Rajasthan. On this 3-week trip, you'll enjoy the perfect combination of hiking, sightseeing, and relaxation as you explore the best this enchanting corner of India has to offer. Rajasthan's exceptional architecture, epic love stories, ornate temples, delicious food, and vibrant colors are sure to charm you.

Nubra Valley
10 Best Treks in Ladakh

Only an hour’s flight from Delhi, Ladakh looks like nowhere else on earth. Turquoise lakes reflect snow-dusted peaks. Monasteries tower like beehives over the stark, sun-drenched hillside. The high-altitude desert, home to a welcoming Buddhist and Muslim population, is one of India’s safest and most spectacular regions. And it is best explored on foot. Here are some of the best treks in Ladakh to choose from.

Recent trip reviews for Bhupendra

Experience sights and culture, India - Apr 4 - Apr 25, 2018

Traveler: julie w. - Local specialist: Bhupendra Singh

Bhupendra organised a wonderful and very memorable trip. I would recommend Kimkim to anyone organising a trip. India is a thriving, colourful, interesting place to visit. The people are friendly and helpful. There were 4 of us travelling and we had our own drivers for the whole trip. They were local to the area we travelled in and had a good knowledge of the towns we went to. They were able to make recommendations about what each town was best known for, that is jewellery, textiles etc. They... read more

Bhupendra organised a wonderful and very memorable trip. I would recommend Kimkim to anyone organising a trip. India is a thriving, colourful, interesting place to visit. The people are friendly and helpful. There were 4 of us travelling and we had our own drivers for the whole trip. They were local to the area we travelled in and had a good knowledge of the towns we went to. They were able to make recommendations about what each town was best known for, that is jewellery, textiles etc. They also made sure we had bottled water every day. They were great. Our guides were local to each town we visited so had a very good knowledge of the history, the culture, local markets and bazaars and could recommend restaurants if we wanted to go to one. Would recommend going to Kerala. We stayed at the Fragrant Nature Hotel in Munnar, stunning views, great service, very well appointed rooms. We went to the spice and tea plantations in Munnar and had a wonderful hot oil massage there. Would also recommend the Houseboats in Allepey and the walk around the Jewish quarter. Would also recommend the Kathakali traditional Indian dance.
In Jaipur we went to the Harsoli Haveli Heritage Hotel run by a local family and did a cooking class. Thoroughly enjoyed. Would also recommend the hot air balloon ride, Fort Amer, The Solar Observatory. Other places we visited and would recommend are Pushkar, Jodhpur, Udiapur- The Taj Lake Palace: not cheap but worth staying there, Ranthambhore- went to the National park to see tigers, leopards and other wildlife, Agra-Taj Mahal and Varanasi- the spiritual place of Hinduism. All worth visiting. Enjoyed the trip so much talking about going back to visit other areas of India.

Bhupendra Singh, local specialist, responded to this review:

Hello Julie,

Thank you very much for sharing the feedback and it was a great moment meeting you in Delhi and exchanging the views about the trip.

Hope to see you again in India!