Let’s talk 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 some travel blogs that i like reading.
Legal Nomads, Jodi used to be a lawyer. Now, she tells stories through food. After quitting her job as a corporate attorney, she started Legal Nomads to share stories from her travels. Instead of returning to North America and the law, her site turned into a new career. As a celiac, learning about food helped her to navigate her travels with less anxiety and chance of illness.
Stuck In Customs: Described as a ‘Daily Photo Adventure’, this blog showcases Trey Ratcliff’s amazing travel photos. Of most interest to aspiring photographers are the step-by-step guides to how he took them. His guide to HDR photography is arguably one of the best on the web. Fluent In 3 Months: Irishman Benny Lewis sets himself language challenges, and along the way shows how you too can learn another language cheaply and quickly.
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. Hand Luggage Only is a travel and photography blog by Yaya and Lloyd, who love to travel and eat; thus, their blog is described as coming “with a side of food and photography inspiration.” Their goal in starting the blog was to share their travel stories and photos with like-minded travelers and connect with others around the world to have a two-way conversation, and it is safe to say that have achieved that goal, judging from the number of followers they have and the quality of their posts.
Y Travel Blog, A passionate couple started their inspirational travel blogging in 2010 by sharing their own travels to different destinations. They have lived in 5 countries and traveled to 52 countries. Even having kids could not stop them. They have very interesting ideas and advice for their visitors and give especially good information about how to travel as a family. They earn money by selling flights, hotels, travel insurance and guides, as well as their own products in their store. They have more than 45,000 followers on Instagram and also use many other social media platforms to promote their blog.
Another blog that i like, a website that i like a lot, is TforTraveller , a travel blog with comprehensive 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. T for Traveller aims to build a community of like-minded people who think traveling and to expand your boundaries are important There ’s nothing quite like landing in another culture to give you a fresh perspective and make you evaluate what s really important in life. This website not only documents our journey and experiences but will also share stories from other travellers to encourage people to travel and create everlasting memories. Read more travel stories on TforTraveller.