Let’s discuss about the best travel blogs in 2019. World is flooded with 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 reading.
My Life’s A Movie, Alyssa Ramos is a Cuban American (like me!) Florida native. She’s a GoPro selfie ninja master! Seriously tho, she even published ‘10 Tips For Getting Travel Photos With No People In Them’. She’s just that GOOD! Alyssa is also part of the GoPro family and writes for Huffington Post, Matador Network and other media publications. Catch her on Snapchat as she’s always sharing quick travel tips for packing.
Time Travel Turtle: Michael Turtle gave up his career in media in Australia to visit every UNESCO site in the world. Follow his quest and make a list of your own. Emily Luxton Travels: Emily champions solo female adventure travel, with a particular focus on slower, more meaningful travel, rather than a ‘ticking-off’ approach.
David Hoffman is a travel host who is passionate about meeting new people, going new places, and experiencing new cultures. His digital media company, David’s Been Here, delivers travel inspiration and advice to readers, features episodes documenting his travels across six continents, and shares information about travel and lifestyle brands. 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.
RICE / POTATO is one stunning travel blog, so much so that the moment you see their travel blog, you know immediately how important design is to them. It’s all in the details they put on their travel blog, from the quirky color scheme of pastel blue and orange to the carefully laid-out image composition of each article. A great example of a how their unique take on design helps emphasize their content is on their “9 Thai handicrafts you’ll actually want to buy” article where, with their elaborately designed header image that grabs your attention immediately, each item in the list is also accompanied with minimal yet colorful images with enough amount of text to get you interested.
A blog that i like, one of my favourite travel blogs, 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. With articles published on a variety of topics, from budget travel to an adventure re pieces, you ’ll be transported to destinations that will make you want to drop everything and pack your bags. We understand that everyone is different You might want to get away for a long weekend, take an extended vacation, or even set off with no return date. Come join us on our journey as we set off to find the most exciting places and activities that the world has to offer, tailored to you. See extra travel stories on TforTraveller.