Travel Blogger Directory
Having worked in the UK travel industry for 30 years it may come as a surprise that in 2020, having taken Covid-19 redundancy, I knew very little about travel blogging. It, therefore, made every sense to understand how those who are considered some of the best in the business set up their blogs and how they now run and develop them. Following conversations, emails, and a stack of reading, I wanted to create a travel blogger directory to highlight some of those that have helped and inspired me thus far – knowingly or not!
Some of these links are the best-known blogs out there but some are just blogs that have grabbed my attention be it for an article, the design or they have an amazing cause and backstory. Wildlife conversation and responsible tourism is always a winner!
If you are a travel blogger then please feel free to get in touch as I would love to feature you below
With promising careers in New York, Janice and Jordan caught the travel bug and quit their jobs to travel the world. Over 13 life changing, unforgettable months where they visited four continents and 26 countries they soon became hooked on the magic and buzz that travel creates.
Soon after they started their own family so the nature of their travel changed with priorities now being rest and relaxation. As a result of these different needs they decided to focus their interests and blog on families.
Today they aim to create a trusted resource where families can find what they need to plan the most memorable and impactful parts of their trips. They hope to give every family a chance to enjoy and learn from traveling as much as they have.
After losing his job in the video games industry in 2012, Marek headed to Thailand seeking time out to consider his next move. At this moment he got hooked on travelling and the rest is history. I loved his crazy blog in a clapped out motor through Central America – my kind of road trip.
Samantha has been blogging for approx 8-9 years, travelling when she can but enjoying her little home base in Adelaide Australia.
She is not the typical travel blogger. She didn’t wake up one day and quit her job to travel the world. She was made redundant and desperately wanted to take control of her life, deciding to try taking her blog full time for 6 months. In that 6 months she learnt enough to keep blogging and adding in some travel.
Travel has always been in her blood. She was born in Zimbabwe and moved to Australia when she was 11. She visits her family in South Africa every school holidays and has never been able to sit still or stay in one place for long enough.
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