Let’s discuss about the best 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 several travel blogs that i like reading.
Backpacker Banter, Chris is British and is currently living in Byron Bay, NSW Australia. Chris is a talented photographer and video creator. He’s also snapping candids of his beautiful girlfriend! His most recent Maldives YouTube video will surely make you want to quit your job NOW! If he isn’t surfing he’s off traveling the world and recording every piece of it.
Globalhelpswap: Eco-travellers Karen Sargent and Paul Farrugia believe in enriching travel experiences that respect the destination’s culture, landscape and resources. Tim Leffel’s Cheapest Destinations: Travel veteran Tim Leffel tells you how to stretch your travel budget further with tips about destinations, travel deals and travel gear.
Amanda Williams is a travel blogger and adventure-seeker. Her travel blog, A Dangerous Business, is loosely based on her love of J.R.R. Tolkien and the Lord of the Rings trilogy, which inspired her to travel to New Zealand after graduating from high school. Amanda is not a full-time traveler, but she has visited more than 50 countries on six continents and reminds readers that you don’t have to quit your job or leave your loved ones behind to experience adventure. Aileen Adalid is a travel writer and vlogger. She has become a successful digital nomad by traveling the world and building her business after quitting her corporate job in the Philippines. With I Am Aileen, she hopes to show readers that you, too, can create a life of travel by sharing detailed travel guides, adventures, resources, tips, and more.
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.
Another blog that i like, a website that i like a lot, is TforTraveller , a travel blog with very good travel posts. 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.