Meet Shibani at any point of time, and chances are that she’s planning her itinerary to another dream destination. That’s how passionate she is about travel – having been on the move with her army dad as far back as she can remember.
A solo traveler at heart, Shibani has traversed the country on her own. And it was on one sojourn through Arunachal Pradesh that she understood what holds other women back from exploring on their own – a lack of safety and comfort. This insight is what fuels the fire in her to offer women unique travel opportunities through WeGoBond.
- Most memorable trip is through Lahaul and Spiti in Himachal Pradesh; lived with the locals of the region
- Two favorite dreams include playing the piano, and making a living out of traveling
When Ranu successfully summited all three difficult passes in Kashmir Great Lakes Trek she was empowered to take the leap of faith and start working as a trip leader after her stint working in Business Development. Having worked on 3 continents in her corporate career, a greater part of her learning is attributed to travelling and working amongst people with varied backgrounds.
She does product development and is a trip leader with WeGoBond.
Scuba diving with Sharks in Maldives and hiking to Pulpit Rock in Norway are her favourite travel memories.
Sejal has been doing road trips as an infant with her parents. One such long trip was from Bombay to Kashmir when she was only 4 years old. Her interest in Geography during school days fueled her desire to explore the world and make travel her career. She has worked with various travel companies in India and Dubai for nearly two decades.
Broadly a travel professional with stints in Events, Real Estate and being a restaurant owner in Dubai has given her an opportunity to work with and meet people of different nationalities and culture. Also, the main reason why she gets along well with different people.
She is an extrovert, a Hindi movie buff, loves good food and cherishes her friendships. She believes that honesty, transparency and open communication can resolve most problems between people.
Witnessing her first snowfall in Khardung La in 2015 was a moment of epiphany for Madhula, and
since then there has been no turning back. An editor by profession and traveller by choice, she first
traveled with WeGoBond to Hampi and a few holidays later, started leading holidays for the
company. She quit her full-time job to explore history, culture, and cuisine, make pawsome friends,
and collect memories and make new ones from around the world. When not deriving sadistic
pleasure from correcting the words of others, she adds to an already brimming bucket by reading up
on not-on-the-map destinations and drawing up itineraries of her own. Trekking to the abandoned
Incan citadel of Machu Picchu remains on top of her Bucket List. ‘Soon, very soon,’ she assures.
Meet Pooja at any point of time and chances are she is planning another getaway with her teenage son, that is how fond she is of traveling. Wherever she travels, she likes to dive deep into the culture of the place, mix up with the locals, and relish their cuisines. No Vacation is long enough for her, as she claims to be “never home-sick”.
Her most memorable trip is the one she took to the North East during Christmas time, 9 days of road-tripping - the long drives on winding roads leading to frozen lakes. This time she traveled with only women-friends & sisters, with kids tucked in the tow, changed her look out on traveling forever.
Pooja gave up her full time desk job and now freelance with WeGoBond. She currently handles the back-end work and plans to start leading trips for us very soon.
Fun Fact : An excellent chef, whenever she is in the mood and let’s not even go to her Mixology skills…ahem ahem!!!
The travel bug has been on Liane’s shoulder since childhood – and from the looks of WeGoBond’s growth, it’ll be there for a long time to come. She views chaos and order as Yin and Yang, and is just as home in an outdoor tent as she is in a 7-star hotel. For Liane, all of this is secondary compared to the sheer joy of travel, experiencing new places, meeting new people, and living in the now.
- Tried (unsuccessfully) to smuggle a starfish in her luggage from Goa at age 7