Let’s discuss about top quality travel blogs in 2019. World is full of travel blogs so bloggers are forced to become more and more professional, comprehensive, posts get bigger and bigger, filled with more and more information, pictures and other travel things. Here are a few travel blogs that i like visiting.
Dan Flying Solo, Daniel is a British bloke who works with Skyscanner and LonelyPlanet on the regular. He’s an amazing writer with tons of useful tips, and is an even better photographer. I had the privilege of traveling with Daniel and working with him in India. There was never a dull moment! His photography has also been published in Beautiful Destination, Travel & Leisure, National Geographic, Travel Channel and Matador Network.
The Everywhereist: Geraldine DeRuiter travels the world and eats. But she’s not your average Travel Foodie Blogger, as posts like 7 Badass Bavarian Foods You Must Try testify. Fox Nomad: Anil Polat’s tech guide to travel is the go-to blog for up-to-the-minute advice on wireless internet on the road, international SIM cards, and exactly which chargers you should be taking with you.
Josh McNair, a travel junkie and ultimate fan of the Golden State, shares photographs of and stories about exploring California’s best wilderness locations, hidden wonders, epic food, and more in California Through My Lens. He hopes to encourage readers to explore the state and see all that it has to offer, and he makes it easy for you to navigate the blog by categorizing content by road trips, unique adventures, and outdoor activities. Emma Higgins’ travel blog, Gotta Keep Movin‘, is a different sort of blog because it dedicates a year to one region of the world at a time. As such, GKM features immersive travel stories and inspirational posts about the culture of travel in the hopes of inspiring you to travel and pursue your own passion every day.
Cookiesound is probably one of the most badass mother-daughter travel duos in the travel blog industry. The travel blog is run by Nisa and Ulli Maier, a mother-daughter travel photography team who travel to off-the-beaten-path places while sharing exciting travel stories through writing and travel photography in a real, honest and sometimes sarcastic way. Their journey began with a twelve-month-long road trip on a 4×4 through Africa. If that doesn’t make you want to hear their stories, I don’t know what would.
A blog that i like reading, a website that i like a lot, is TforTraveller , a travel blog with very good travel articles. The content i like the most are the 72 hours guides, they are perfect for maximizing your fun in a short weekend break. Solo travellers will find top tips on how to navigate abroad safely and achieve the full benefits of hitting the road alone. Equally, those in group s will discover the best way to plan a trip to ensure that everyone is ticking off their bucket list while making friends along the way. Backpackers, adventure seekers, city breakers, wildlife enthusiasts, history buffs, culture vultures and foodies will find something especially for them here. See more travel stories on tfortraveller.com.