Bindu Trips, a new itinerary-based website, meets travelers' needs in the middle, between knowledgeable guide books and opinionated social sound offs

SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 28, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- A new travel website has launched, targeting travelers interested in getting the best experience for their time and money. Written by 150 of the world's most published travel journalists, the itinerary-based website spotlights trips by those who have "been there and done that." The site is searchable by destination, interest, budget, season, length of travel, and type of traveler.

Bindu Trips fills the void many travelers have been seeking: the authoritative voice for authentic trips - tried and tested. A trip builder lets users save and modify itineraries. users hone in short term getaways, discover how best to explore a popular city or filter for off-season trips. They may follow in the footsteps of a writer who has recently been to a destination, or has covered it annually for years in guidebooks. If a Bindu Trips user wants a personal itinerary, it's available by consulting directly with the author for a fee. But otherwise, the expert's immersive knowledge of a place is offered to Bindu Trips' users for free.

Bindu itineraries show and tell why a destination deserves a look, and how long a traveler should visit, organizing the time available (from 48 hours to an epic week). The site's curated itineraries save travelers money, avoiding tourist-y traps and unworthy restaurants.

Bindu Trips features itineraries provided by the world's A-list of travel writers. Authors hail from Lonely Planet, NatGeo, Moon, Rough Guides, Fodor's, Frommer's, DK Eyewitness, and Countryman Press; from, Huffington Post/travel and; from the travel app innovator Sutro Media. See the full roster.

Bindu Trips' coverage includes the United States, Caribbean, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. Destinations and itineraries are added weekly.

Content for Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Island will appear in time for booking specific seasonal travel (skiing in Banff, sunning in Sydney). The content is always growing - possibilities are infinite. Bindu is Sanskrit and roughly means "point containing infinite possibility"; authors are compelled to live up to it.

Although Bindu Trips is now one more site in the cloud littered with options, its intuitive take on how to plan and execute trips with the cyber hand-holding of the world's best travel journalists may make it the only browser tab worth keeping open.

About Bindu Trips

Bindu Trips is a responsive website known for its varied, expert itineraries and trip builder. The site features curated content from more than 150 of the world's best indie travel writers. Site users may connect individually with those experts for itinerary comments and recommendations. Founder Kim Grant is also Editorial Director, and an active member of the Society of American Travel Writers, the Bay Area Travel Writers and a media delegate to the U.S. Travel Association's prestigious IPW., and

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