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Meet: Tanya Roy

Tanya is jack of all trades - a corporate rat turned adventurist turned trekker turned an environment conservationist; she claims to have wheels under her feet. She has spent six years in the banking, hospitality and telecom sector. As she came closer to nature she realized the need to preserving it. She moved to environment conservation and has recently started Eco-Traveler, a social enterprise which promises to bring unique travel experiences for travelers and alongside work with locals to conserve the ecology of the destination vis-a vis creating sustainable livelihood opportunities for all..

From: New Delhi, India
Languages: Hindi, Bengali, English
Occupation: Conservationist, Travel Writer

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When I look back at my childhood days I realise that I never belonged to civilization. I was born wild and that's what I love, being outdoors. Coming from a defense background certainly helped me fulfilling my soul through adventures at a very young age on the sea side. I spent my childhood swimming in the seas of Tamil Nadu, Andaman and Goa. As I grew up, I became a fan of the mountains and solo travel. As life passed, I spent a few years in corporate jobs but never settled. Solo traveling gives me a high like meditation, and I realized that mountains are my first love. Post backpacking for a few years I wanted to see higher and bigger mountains and that is how I began trekking. An animal lover at heart, I get the highest adrenal rush from letting go of security, hence I love to go unsupported and face my fears. For the remaining bit of my life I wish to inspire people towards liberation of minds through endurance, and wining over themselves, and in the process conserve the ecosystem and bring smiles to all the stake holders.

Past Adventures

  • Annapurna Base Camp Trek Promoting Eco-Tourism
    Ended on - 30/06/2016

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 hello tanya, i am siddharth from new delhi, spent 3-4 years in banking , quit the job , i have been into the solo travelled . being doing so, i love to be an outdoor and adventure , but need a little help from where to begin . i do love to trekking, mountains , sports activites and want to enter in any of them as a career. so please help me . siddharth gupta, new delhi age - 29 years mobile no. - 9716460203 email.id - im.siddharthg@gmail.com.
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 hello tanya, i am siddharth from new delhi, spent 3-4 years in banking , quit the job , i have been into the solo travelled . being doing so, i love to be an outdoor and adventure , but need a little help from where to begin . i do love to trekking, mountains , sports activites and want to enter in any of them as a career. so please help me . siddharth gupta, new delhi age - 29 years mobile no. - 9716460203 email.id - im.siddharthg@gmail.com.
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 Hello Tanya, had a query for you. We have two daughters 11 & 9, and am exploring taking them on the Har-Ki-dun trek. They have been on short 2 day treks to the GHNP and Chopta earlier. Wanted your opinion and guidance on whether the Har-Ki-Dun trek will be doable for kids of this age? Is it a safe trek to take kids/ girls? Also, is early June, with Monsoon on the horizon, a good time to go on this trek? Thanks, appreciate your inputs. - Suranjan Choudhury.
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