Fiona Caulfield is the creator of the Love Travel brand of guidebooks, designed for luxury vagabonds. The Indian series is now regarded as the ‘flag bearer of India guides’ and are the only luxury guides for India.
Fiona is a true citizen of the world. Born in Australia, she has lived in the UK, the USA and Canada and since 2004 had been based in India. Fiona has a high profile global career as a futurist and branding consultant and is an avid traveller and explorer. A self-confessed luxury vagabond, she has a discerning eye for the singular experiences that set a destination apart.
She left her career as the President of a leading Future Consulting business in Manhattan, NYC to move to India in 2004 to create the Love Travel brand which she launched in February 2007. There are now five titles with a sixth in development. They are printed on hand-made paper and have hand-loom khadi cotton covers. They are designed for luxury vagabonds and they celebrate and support Conscious Travel.
Fiona is also a highly regarded speaker having presented ‘The Future of Travel Writing' in Hong Kong for the Asia Society and was an active participant in the Ubud Writers Festival. She chaired a session, ‘Out of India’ as well as participating in two panels, ‘The Power of e’ and ‘Time Travel’. Love Jaipur, Rajasthan was the best selling book at the Jaipur Literature Festival, Asia’s leading literature event.
As well as being the founder and CEO of Love Travel Guides, Fiona writes for leading international titles including Departures, DestinAsia and in-flight magazines for Qantas, Singapore Airlines and Gulf Air. She is a contributor to Conde Nast Travellers Hot List and Gold list which annually reviews the best hotels in the world. Additionally, she contributes to leading travel websites including Fathom and Indagare and has consulted about a TV series for the Discovery Channel, the channel broadcasts to over 133 million households in 20 countries across Asia Pacific.
To read the complete background story as to how Love Travel was created, click here.