Question: Is Couchsurfing dying?

Many of us have seen this coming, but after nearly two decades of helping people travel the world for free, its official. Couchsurfing is no longer free. Over the last few years there have been many “incidents” between Couchsurfing HQ and the community, and “Couchsurfing is dead” was chanted by many longtime members.

Who is the CEO of Couchsurfing?

Patrick Dugan (Aug 5, 2016–) CouchSurfing/CEO

Yet, you shouldnt rule out couchsurfing in India completely. To be fair, it is possible to meet and stay with a fabulous variety of people from all social classes in India while couchsurfing. Its a great way to find out more about life in India.

How do I join Couchsurfing?

Getting in touch with experienced Couchsurfers in your area is the best way to get a feel for how Couchsurfing works. Most cities have a weekly event that is usually held at a bar or coffee shop. Just head to your citys Place Page and look at the Events happening near you. Click Join, show up and youre on your way!

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