Tanya Khanijow is a travel blogger, YouTuber, and photographer. She is known for uploading solo travel videos on her YouTube channel named Tanya Khanijow.
Tanya Khanijow was born on Monday, 29 March 1993 (age 28 years; as of 2021) in Delhi. Her zodiac sign is Aries. Tanya’s father was a government employee, so she did her schooling from 9 different schools in different cities across India. After completing her schooling, Tanya enrolled herself in Delhi Technological University to pursue B.Tech in Electrical Engineering (2012-2016). Tanya had a passion for travelling since her college days. She has travelled a lot with her friends in her college days.
Height (approx.): 5′ 7″
Hair Colour: Brown
Eye Colour: Brown
Family & Caste
Parents & Siblings
Tanya’s father, Pramod Khanijow, is a retired Indian Army personnel. Her mother’s name is Poonam Khanijow. She has an elder sister, Twesha Khanijow, who is a yoga instructor.
Tanya started her career in 2017 as a business analyst in an advertising firm in Delhi. While working there, she used to plan at least one vacation per month, managing her leaves and weekends. Earlier, she used to upload her travel pictures and videos on her social media accounts, but one day, she decided to shoot a vlog on her mobile phone while she was on her trip to Pondicherry and later uploaded it on YouTube.
The video received a good response and motivated her to make more such videos. Tanya left her corporate job after working there for around one and a half years. She then started to work as a travel blogger. Tanya has made many trips in India as well as abroad and uploaded the videos on her YouTube channel named Tanya Khanijow.
- Travel Destination: Namibia
- Her hobbies include doing photography, travelling, and reading books.
- She is fond of animals and has one pet cat.
- Tanya follows a non-vegetarian diet.
- Tanya has more than 550k subscribers on her YouTube channel (as of 2021).
- While sharing her experience as a travel blogger, Tanya once said,
The desire to travel has always been there, but the craving for making videos and sharing those on YouTube became a natural development a few years later as I started going on more trips and felt it would be great to share my travel hacks and stories with the world. I recommend personal safety over anything, even if that means spending a little extra than usual at times. Travelling solo can teach you to be a better individual, become sociable, teach life hacks and make you more acceptable and responsible towards all cultures and folks. It’s a very inspirational experience, so it is important to make sure that you take care of yourself to experience it all.”