Deyor Camps organized a short ride with “Rohit Roy” and “Hijabi Biker” in NCR

Rohit Roy has become the brand ambassador for India’s leading experiential travel company, Deyor Camps. It is well noted that in the travel space in India which is completely streamlined, Deyor Camps has tapped into the fragmented experiential travel space and built a stand out the brand for themselves.

In an exclusive to BW Businessworld, Rohit Roy flagged off the brand ambassador proceedings with a short ride in NCR with renowned blogger Roshni Misbah who goes by the name of ‘Hijabi Biker’ on her social media handles.

Speaking to Rohit at the event, he said, “I’ve had a passion for experiential travel but couldn’t find a trusted brand to fulfill my bucket list with. The moment I heard about Deyor Camps, I couldn’t help but reach out to the leadership team and discuss this long term association. We will be covering many offbeat destinations within India and crossing boundaries together”.

Chirag Gupta, CEO & Co-Founder at Deyor Camps was ecstatic with this collaboration. He said “it’s not every day that a startup announces a Bollywood celebrity as their brand ambassador. Fortunately for us, this was an association with mutual interest and was swift and smooth to proceed with. We have established ourselves as the leading brand in this space and with the enthusiastic team and Rohit on board, there’s definitely no looking back”.

Himanshu Agarwal, Co-Founder at Deyor Camps was involved in most of the discussions leading to this association and was kind to share that the first trip they’ll be launching with Rohit Roy will be a trans border road trip to Bhutan from India.

Gautam Yadav, Co-Founder Deyor Camps will be dedicatedly travelling with Rohit across the destinations and showing to the masses that offbeat travel is accessible to all with a trusted brand, Deyor Camps.

Deyor Camps, having raised only $500K in funding until date has built up a sizeable business with spread across 5 countries including India, Bhutan, Bali, Sri Lanka and Nepal.