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Here's How Sachin Shetty Has Made A Huge Name For Himself In The Indian Travel Blogging Scene


ABP Digital Brand Studio   |   Published 29.07.22, 08:06 AM

Sachin Shetty, the owner of Shutterbox Films is taking the travel blogging scene in India by storm. The travel blogger and cinematographer has made a huge name for himself by living his dream of exploring known and unknown destinations.

Sachin Shetty is a bike lover who loves to travel on his motorcycle. Back in 2013 when he started travelling, his first bike was a Pulsar 220 and now he owns Suzuki Hayabusa, Re Himalayan, Hero Xpulse, Yezdi, Lamby, Vijai Super, and Suzuki Burgman. Sachin loves to spend most of his time travelling and inspires others in doing so as well.

Sachin says he aspires to help people realise the beauty of the world by visiting places in India & outside. He especially wants to help those who hardly ever travel due to economic issues.

Sachin Shetty is a huge name on social media and YouTube. With a fan following of more than 71k on Instagram and more than 166k subscribers on YouTube, he is among the most popular travel bloggers. Sachin's followers admire the way he takes on travel challenges and helps them be aware of some of the remotest and unseen locations. For the same reason, Sachin has received several awards and honours. As a cinematographer, he has won 3 National and 1 International award.

As a hardcore traveller, Sachin has participated in the Limca Record event on Jawa Vintage Bike. By 2017, he completed a solo ride from Kashmir to Kanyakumari. In 2018 he completed the India-Bhutan-Nepal ride and then in the following year, he did the Spiti valley ride.

Last year, Sachin Shetty travelled to North Karnataka, Run of Kutch, and explored Kerala fully. This year, he has also travelled to Sikkim, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand & Nepal. During the pandemic, Sachin had to stop travelling for a while but once the restrictions eased up, he continued to live his desires. But as an extremely responsible and expert traveller, he took care of all safety precautions. "We used our own camping setup and cooked our own food to stay safe," he mentions.

Now Sachin's goal is to travel the whole world on his bike and he plans to do it in the next 5 years. But before that, he plans to do a South East Asia tour solo on the bike.

 

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