Travel Blogger - Beautiful Popular Blogger From World Wide

1.Saurabh Gupta

Whenever you decide to travel, there are several questions which poke in your mind:

“Where should I plan to go? A place which is under my budget”

“Where will I be able to get the life changing experiences, mental peace and inner strength?”

“Where I would be able to find the best travel deal which made me saving money on flights, accommodation and other big expenses?”

“How should I plan my trip so that I can visit more and effectively in lesser time?”

“What should be my first step?”

 Travelling is something where you get a chance to know yourself more and I guess you ended up here because, you are trying to find the answers of above mentioned questions just like every traveler do.

 

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2. Nomadic Matt

If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to travel cheaper, experience the local side of a destination, and turn your dream trip into a reality, you are in the right place. This website will give you road-tested tips, advice, and suggestions so you can see more for less.

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  1. Legal Nomads

Besides being one of my all-time favorite people in the world, Jodi is also a damn amazing blogger who writes often about food and culture. She devotes a lot of time to food on the road, taking mouthwatering photos that make me jealous of her ability to do so. A former lawyer, she also writes a series called “Thrillable Hours” about other lawyers who gave up being a corporate lackey for life on the road.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

  1. Uncornered Market

If there was a contest for the best travel blog, I would tell everyone to vote for me. Then I would go vote for Audrey and Dan. They tell heartwarming stories and take incredible, out-of-this-world photographs. Their blog focuses on cultural travel and sustainability issues (they even work with the UN Global Sustainable Tourism Council). I focus on the nuts and bolts of going places, whereas they focus on the people. They are simply great storytellers.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

  1. Alex in Wanderland

I met Alex years ago in New York City and we’ve been friends ever since. The author of the article on diving in Koh Tao, Alex is a photographer, graphic designer, travel lover, and dive specialist currently roaming the States. Her blog features great photos, dive tips, travel stories, and a biting and self-deprecating humor. Plus, I helped pick out her blog name, so it’s hard not to love it.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

 

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  1. The Blonde Abroad

Kiersten’s site focuses on the intersection of fashion and travel. She gives tips and advice for women on what wear, pack, and see while overseas and focuses more on higher-end, comfort travel than I do. I think her blog is one of the best for female travelers and, though it’s not targeted to me, I find useful information that I share with others. Kiersten and I are friends, and I love seeing her site grow and expand, especially over the last year. She seems to be everywhere![/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

  1. Hey Nadine

This popular YouTube channel by Nadine Sykora documents her experiences as she travels around the world. Nadine’s zany, nerdy take on travel makes her videos entertaining to watch! She’s funny, smart, and a bit awkward, but her filmmaking style really puts you there in the destination with her. There’s a reason she’s one of the biggest travel channels on YouTube!

  1. View from the Wing

Gary Leff is the “OG” of travel hacking. While I read many travel-hacking blogs, I follow Gary because he provides industry analysis and behind-the-scenes information on loyalty programs and airlines. Gary doesn’t just provide trip reports or share deals and reward opportunities, he gives you context and a greater understanding of how travel hacking and airlines operate.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

 

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  1. Wandering Earl

My kindred spirit, Earl is a vagabonding nomad backpacker like myself. We both love budget travel, backpacking, blogging, and everything in between (and yes, we’re good friends in real life too). I read Earl’s blog because he goes to places few people ever visit (Kurdistan, anyone?) and tells raw, honest travel stories that don’t sugarcoat the travel experience. Very few blogs do that, and for that, I think he’s one of the best travel websites out there. I’ve been reading him for years and he deserves a feature! (He’s also one of the few other bloggers I know that doesn’t accept sponsored content or trips!)[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

 

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10 Oneika the Traveller

One of my favorite blogs as she talks about the “real” side of travel and is not afraid to get political, talk about racial prejudice when she travels and discusses life as a black female traveler. So much of travel writing is from a white perspective, it’s really great to hear from someone else. Not only that, but her tips and tricks are super useful and her writing and photos stellar too.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

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  1. Never Ending Footsteps

auren is the most accident prone traveler I know. Anything that can go wrong usually does go wrong when she travelers. She’s one of the unluckiest travelers I know. But all that misadventure leads to some amazing travel stories and her blog is filled with funny tales that will keep you captivated for hours.

Additionally, she provides some wonderful practical tips on travel and detailed expense breakdowns on how much she spends in each place.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

 

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Kristin is an adventurous solo female traveler and my resident expert on all things solo female travel. She isn’t afraid to get off the beaten path and explore less-visited destinations, sharing her tips and tricks along the way. She takes incredible photos and also makes amazing YouTube videos (she’s one of the most underrated travel YouTubers out there if you ask me). She’s been traveling for over 5 years now and creates insightful, entertaining content. Even if you’re not a solo female traveler, you’ll still enjoy her posts and videos.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

 

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Mike and Anne quit their jobs in 2012 to go on an extended honeymoon. Eight years later and they are still on the road. They’ve road-tripped around the US in their camper van, stayed at some of the most incredible glamping sites in the world, and wrote the book on ultimate couples travel experiences. They’re an adventurous couple with a focus on the outdoors and sustainability and they share tons of tips on living in an RV, couples travel, and long-term travel as well.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

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  1. Chubby Diaries

Chubby Diaries is run by Jeff Jenkins and focuses on plus-size travel. His blog tackles body shaming head-on and provides travelers of all shapes and sizes with resources and inspiration. His optimism and positivity are infectious and he never shies away from telling it like it is. Jeff is going above and beyond to shake things up and make the travel space more inclusive. He’s an awesome guy who creates incredible content.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

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  1. Travels of Adam

Adam has one of the best LGBTQ bloggers out there. (He also wrote a bunch of LGBTQ content for this site!) He focuses on gay travel and lifestyle content, with a specific focus on hipster city guides. If you want to know where to find the coolest bars, hippest cafes, and the best nightlife spots, Adam is the man to ask. As a former expat, he also has tons of great content on Berlin, one of Europe’s hippest and artsy cities.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””][/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text single_style=””]

  1. Hey Ciara

Ciara is a full-time solo female traveler who shares honest, insightful travel reflections and advice. She’s been featured in major travel publications and has built up a solid following of readers who appreciate her genuine style and her honesty about traveling as a solo black female traveler. She’s a good writer and creates a lot of practical and helpful content.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

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  1. 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.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

 

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  1. Lili’s Travel Plans

Lili is a Belgian chick who is another kick ass travel blogger!

She was recently named #25 Top Travel Blogger To Follow In 2016. Lili also has no filter and does a wonderful job at sharing her opinion about travel.

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  1. A Broken Backpack

Melissa is a Canadian doll. She has no filter and is such a warm hearted individual.

YOU MUST catch her on Snapchat or Youtube. She’s either hitchhiking though SE Asia or sharing her travel shenanigans.

She’s such a talented individual and has truly proven that hard work pays off.

Melissa has been published on Huffington Post, Matador Network, Thought Catalog and much, much more. She’s a true female backpacker and an inspiration![/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

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  1. Lili’s Travel Plans

Lili is a Belgian chick who is another kick ass travel blogger!

She was recently named #25 Top Travel Blogger To Follow In 2016. Lili also has no filter and does a wonderful job at sharing her opinion about travel.

She’s also a fellow Travello App travel blogger.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

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  1. The Blog Abroad

Gloria (aka glo) is an Arizona native and is the realest of the realest!

Never afraid to voice her an opinion, she is a talented writer who creates great content.

She also has a great eye for photography. She’s worked with top travel photographers and writes for Huffington Post, Thought Catalog, and Matador Networks.

She’s also one of the BEST selfie-takers I know.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

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  1. 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.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

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  1. Drew Binksy

Drew is another Arizona native. Drew has been traveling the world since he left college and has made a full-time career working for himself.

He’s known as the Snapchat genius. He’s created his own travel show through Snapchat. He works with several different brands and sponsors, is part of the GoPro Family, and writes for Elite Daily as well as the Huffington Post[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

 

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  1. Travel Break

Steph Be is a California native who’s been on CNN and writes for several media channels including, Huffington Post, Elite Daily, Forbes, Matador Network, and many more.

Steph is an extremely talented writer and content creator. She’s is also a great photographer! Her true talent lies in her knowledge of social media.

She comes from a marketing background and has taught herself the ins and outs of social media and does it well. She recently published this awesome article, ” 7 Steps To Get “Influencers” to Share Your Product (As Told By One)”.

She is another Latina that inspires and motivates and another representation of a kick ass female blogger.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

 

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  1. 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.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

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  1. Nomadic Boys

Stefan and Sebastien are the cutest gay couple! They are both from Europe and are currently traveling Argentina.

These boys are taking the travel industry by storm. Their mission is to seek out and encourage other gay couples to travel and step out of their comfort zone. They aim to find the best places at the best price with the greatest experiences. Can’t wait to see what South America has in store for them![/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

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  1. Neelima Vallangi

A brilliant, brilliant photographer and solo traveler, Neelima Vallangi is a true inspiration to budding travelers and explorers. If you’re having a bad day, just go to her Instagram profile and scroll through her feed for some refreshing pictures of heavenly landscapes. Neelima is a trekker, adventurer, and you will mostly find her in the mighty Himalayas.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

 

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  1. Archana Singh

Archana Singh is an award-winning travel writer and speaker. Her impressive storytelling and photography skills have made her travel blog extremely popular around the world. Archana’s social feed is a testimony of her travel adventures and she is definitely one of the[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

 

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  1. Seema Gurnani

When talking about top travel and food bloggers, Seema Gurnani is the first name that pops up in the minds of individuals. Starting her journey of ‘Panda Reviewz’ in Vijayawada, this award-winning 24-year-old star quit her comfortable job and started to take the road of thrill and excitement. A zeal for exploring the nooks and new tastes is what keeps this young entrepreneur going![/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

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  1. Ajay Sood

A travel photographer by profession and passion, Ajay Sood is one of the top Indian travel bloggers of India. His Instagram feed is an array of incredible landscapes, people, streets, and architectures. It wouldn’t be an exaggeration to say that he has covered most of the continents during his travel.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

 

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  1. Shivya Nath

A prominent name in the travel industry, Shivya needs no introduction. At the age of 23, she quit her comfortable and high-paying corporate job to travel the world. This solo female traveller has packed her life into a backpack and now inspiring people around the world to do what they love. She has travelled in parts of Africa, Europe, Southeast Asia, the Middle East, Latin America, the Caucasus region and the Indian subcontinent.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

 

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  1. Ami Bhat

A restless ball of energy, Ami is a wanderer for life and one of the top Indian travel bloggers. She’s a photography enthusiast and a travel blogger by passion. Ami is a total sucker for heritage destinations, turquoise beaches, and lofty mountains. [/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

 

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  1. Nivedith Gajapathy

In 2015, Nivedith Gajapathy quit his Digital Marketing job to explore the world. Other than being a traveler, Nivedith is an experience collector, foodie, and a tech-savvy guy. His blog offers insights into food, culture, and lifestyle of different communities around the world. Nivedith is among the most famous travel bloggers in India, and if you want some serious travel inspiration, you need to follow him on his journey.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

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  1. Umang Trivedi

One of the top travel bloggers of India, Umang Trivedi loves to explore the remote corners of the world.. He’s an adventurer, mountain lover and an admirer of unspoiled nature. Umang has conquered mountain peaks like Rupin Pass and Stok Kangri.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

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  1. Indrani Ghose

Indrani is no ordinary traveler. A fun and courageous wanderer, she’s an ex-Indian Air Force employee, who once dreamt of traveling around the globe. From Singapore to Portugal and Jaisalmer to Guwahati, she has traveled to over 21 countries and 250+ cities till now. She has done many road trips across Europe and Southeast Asia with her family. She is also known as one of the best travel bloggers in India[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

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  1. Abhinav Singh

Abhinav has traveled to more than 200 destinations in past 10 years in India and abroad. He was fired from his corporate job of 7 year for traveling too much. After a bout of depression and anxiety he changed his situation in to an advantage and became a successful travel blogger within the 1st year of blogging.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

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  1. Indrani Ghose

Indrani is no ordinary traveler. A fun and courageous wanderer, she’s an ex-Indian Air Force employee, who once dreamt of traveling around the globe. From Singapore to Portugal and Jaisalmer to Guwahati, she has traveled to over 21 countries and 250+ cities till now. She has done many road trips across Europe and Southeast Asia with her family. She is also known as one of the best travel bloggers in India[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

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  1. Swati & Sam

A software engineer duo, Swati and Sam are among the top Indian travel bloggers in luxury travel segment. They have travelled to 16 international destinations and to many corners of Indian towns and cities. Now the pair are the go-to travel guides for travelers in and around the world.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

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  1. Agniswar and Amrita

Two backpackers from Kolkata, Agniswar and Amrita love to explore and look for unconventional experiences and destinations. Amrita is adventurous while Agni always wanted to play safe. Together they’ve faced hailstorms of Himalayas, did scuba diving 12 metres below sea level, froze during Chadar River trek and even got stuck at a riot in Jammu. They share their stories of adventure and fun on their awesome blog, which makes them one of the most influential Indian travel bloggers.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

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Prachi & Himadri Garg are two sisters who have been exploring unexplored India for the last 8 years. Popularly known as Ghoomophirosisters, the two women are among the most famous travel bloggers in India. They have recently been awarded by MP Tourism as their best friend on Social Media in travel awards 2016 and by Gujarat Tourism Board for their services[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

 

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  1. Mayuri Patel

If you want to learn how to travel with your full-time job, Mayuri is the person you should follow. She believes that in every aspect routine is lethal and hence, she keeps a balance of work and travel to make her life sweet and salty. You can follow her adventures on her blog.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

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  1. Karthik Murali H

A data scientist by profession and a travel my heart, Karthik is among the top travel bloggers of India. His interesting blog talks about travel, lifestyle, and technology. Want some smart travel hacks? An Asian Traveller can be your go-to guide.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

 

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  1. Archana & Vidur

This awesome travelling couple is an inspiration to many. While Vidur is responsible for clicking the most gorgeous pictures for TravelMyNation, Archana keeps their travel adevntures. Their Instagram profile is where one should go for some real travel inspiration.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

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  1. Reshma

Reshma’s itchy feet have made her a popular solo globetrotter. A writer and dream-chaser, she loves to take the roads less travelled on a shoestring budget. Laos, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, Bhutan, Thailand, and Cambodia are some of the nations Reshma has ticked off bucketlist.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

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  1. Sahil Singh

Sahil left his corporate job in 2017 to quench his travel-thrist. He’s a big time foodie and believes in responsible travel. One can say Sahil is a weekend getaway expert.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

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  1. Niranjan Das

A nomad, Niranjan has traveled throughout India and covered over 10 countries in Europe and Asia. He believes that life is a travelogue and we all are just nomads.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

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  1. Supriya Sehgal

A wayfarer, Supriya has seen many colours and cultures of India during her travel. She has been contributing to prominent travel magazines and newspapers, including National Geographic Traveller, Outlook Traveller, and Mint to share her knowledge about travel with the world.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

 

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  1. Arti S

Often found travelling through India’s vibrant and gorgeous towns and villages with her father, Arti is a wanderer at heart. One can find a lot of useful travel information on her blog.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

 

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  1. Elita

A storytell and rambler, Elita truely believes in the redemptive power of narratives. One can follow her blog Nomadic Thunker to be a part of her travel journeys.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””][/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text single_style=””]

  1. Sumit Sharma

Sumit is an online marketer by profession and a traveler by passion. His love for India and its rich culture and heritage is eternal, which has lead him to cover more than 15 cities of the nation.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

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  1. Revati & Charles Victor

A travel blogging couple from India, Revati and Charles Victor are proving travel seekers that you don’t need to quit your jobs to travel with one awesome vacation at a time. Their travel blog opens doors to history, culture, flavors, and experiences from places around the world.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

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  1. Mridula Dwivedi

Mridula Dwivedi has been writing on her blog Travel Tales from India for almost 12 years now.

It began with just articles about travel in India, but as she has expanded her horizon since she gave up her academic career and decided to focus solely on writing, her blog now covers articles from her personal travels outwith India. Which is just as well, as we need her wisdom. Whether it is about how to handle the monsoons of Kerala or where to stay in the deserts of Rajasthan, this blog has you covered. Dwivedi has got something of an international reputation, having been featured by the BBC, and The Guardian.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

 

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  1. Desitraveler

Prasad Np has been dedicated to writing about India from the perspective of both his family – in comfort and style – and as a sole voyager in a more backpacking, fly-by-the-seat-of-his-pants approach. Brimming with India travel tips and dos and don’ts, you can search the blog by specific destination (or state), which is highly useful if you are wishing to go in-depth during your India travels. You might wish to avoid altitude sickness at Ladakh in the Himalayas, or learn about how a specific festival in a specific Indian city ticks. This is the blog for you.

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  1. Devilonwheels.com

This well-designed and nicely-compiled blog by travelling guru Dheeraj Sharma is dedicated to the beauty of the high and mighty Himalayas of India. Given how gently he writes about the grace of snow-capped peaks and valleys, you might be surprised to find that Sharma’s dayjob is in software! A travel calendar ensures you will never miss another event in Ladakh or Spiti Valley, while there are top tips devoted to your preferred get-around style – be it by air, bike, foot, or 4×4.

Devilonwheels.com has arguably the most comprehensive list of accommodation in the region. Dedicated to noble causes, the blog also boasts the Adventure Club, which invites members of the Devilonwheels community to join on local tours that give back to the rural Himalayan communities.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

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  1. Isharethese.com

Desi girl Indrani Ghose has been blogging for almost ten years. In that time she’s been capturing the heart of India with an array of photography, particularly stunning portraits and faces of India. Proudly patriotic, no stone is left untouched, whether it is a review of the latest Indian automobile, ghostly tales in haunted Indian palaces, or delicious destination dining. Ghose has since expanded the blog to global travels – having travelled to over 19 countries and 225 cities. You might be surprised to learn that Ghose was also a trained engineer in the Indian Air Force before venturing into the freelance writing world.

Isharethese.com is also THE blog where you will see British Prime Minister Theresa May dressed in a full-blown sari during her recent India visit.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

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  1. Lakshmisharath.com

Already an established journalist, Lakshmi Sharath switched her media desk job for a continued get-up-and-go life. Sharath beautifully journals her backpacking travel tales as she ventures to the nooks and crannies of India, where she magically weaves the magic of heritage, culture and mythology into something tangible for armchair travelers. She will keep you on the edge of that seat as she pens down her experiences of a deserted beach, or a town once swallowed by a cyclone, in her blog Lakshmisharath.com.

You won’t be surprised that this real and fresh approach has received her notoriety as a key India travel influencer, and is repeatedly quoted and featured in global and national publications, from National Geographic Traveller to the Deccan Herald.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

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  1. Myyatradiary.com

Mumbai-based My Yatra Diary blogger Arti romantically whips up your passion for travel in India! How does she do it? With a sprinkling of poetry from her favourite writers and intellectuals (often Indian, such as Munshi Premchand or Rabindranath Tagore), she relates it to her own experience on the road. Yatra in Hindi, means pilgrimage, and Arti’s blogging diary, which focuses on spiritual destinations in India, is a personal testament to her continuous love of learning and truth-seeking.

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  1. Inditales.com

Travel blogger Anuradha Goyal has every state in India covered – even the lesser visited states of Odisha and Meghalaya in the northeast of India! To those already familiar with her work, this probably comes as no surprise, given that she has been writing for over a decade. With walking tours as a favourite focus of hers, as well as art history and culture, Goyal writes with a confident, fearless voice. You will also find an impressive number of Indian bird photography on her Inditales blog – ideal for global bird lovers.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

 

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  1. Indiasomeday.com

Run by two Mumbai-based travel enthusiasts, you will get a good flavor of Indian culture on India Someday. Unlike many travel blogs, India Someday respects and celebrates luxury travel in India as much as your typical backpacking experience. It is particularly great for international travelers who are looking to come to India, as it is holds the useful information – like how to navigate the occasionally bewildering world of e-visas.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

 

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Bursting with personal tidbits and must-see lists, this personal travel blog of India – the brainchild of Mumbai couple Sandeepa and Chetan is a great read! Incidentally, the couple sold their house to travel the world full-time two years ago. Whether you want to know about the best train journeys to take or the best landscapes in India, or the inside story on monastery festivals, or off-the-beaten path gems for serious trekkers, it has it all. So devoted to capturing the essence of travel, Sandeepa and Chetan also offer their secrets on what electronic gadgetry and photographic equipment they are using under their Our Travel Gear section!
With this couple constantly on the road with inspiring stories, we encourage you not to lose track of them.
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  1. Peachananr

I’m Pete R., a solo traveler, a travel blogger, and a third-world passport holder from Thailand with over 8 years of travel experiences, ready to share them with you.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

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  1. The Travel Episodes

What I love about it: The Travel Episodes does not just take storytelling to the next level with their writings but also with video clips, sound effects, and photography. It’s like reading a futuristic storybook that teleported you to the place.

For example, the Hitchhiking through Pakistan entry, when you first landed on the page, you are already feeling the tense atmosphere of the video playing in the background, and the more you read through easily-digestible paragraphs, the more you want to see how it all went down. The Travel Episodes blog takes travel blogging into the realm of short stories like no other travel blogs I have seen.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””][/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text single_style=””]

  1. Anywhere We Roam

What I love about it: Anywhere We Roam may seem like a typical clean and minimal travel blog but this UK-based travel blog runs by Paul and Mark is a great example of how photos speaks a thousand words.

The layout of the travel blog merely serves as a white canvas to emphasize the atmospheric and immersive photography that Anywhere We Roam is a master at. Their photography and writings are top-notch and has the ability to transport you to the location in question.

A great example of this can be seen on articles like Impressions of Havana – A story from the streets where the duo takes you through the street of Havana exploring its culture and vibe through atmospheric photography and immersive writing that will make you feel like you are there yourself.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

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  1. Maptia

What I love about it: As you know, I am a sucker for a well-designed website and one of the travel platform that have always been on my radar is Maptia, a platform for travelers and explorers to document and capture the world around them.

Maptia has not been updating as regularly as I had hope for but even then, the design they had come up with years ago is timeless and still stand as one of the best well-designed travel websites out there.

Its focus on world-changing photography accompanying the travel stories written by those who have lived their lives to the fullest is the sole reason why Maptia deserve a spot on this list.

The Gathering of Giants travel story by Tony Wu is an excellent example of Maptia’s superior content that you can’t get from any where else. Seeing the extremely detailed photos and reading the well-written story on this article is as close as you can get to being near these beautiful stunning whales.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

 

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  1. IFLY Magazine

 What I love about it: I first discovered about IFLY Magazine when I flew with KLM to Europe in 2018 and as they often send out newsletters to their fliers featuring several locations for them to travel to next, they introduced me to IFLY.

IFLY Magazine is an online travel magazine operated by the Dutch Airlines, KLM, that combines the professionally shot photographs you often come to expect from travel magazines on an airplane, the use of interactive media such as sound and videos, and travel tips and tricks that are universally useful to all types of travelers.

A great example of how IFLY excels at storytelling is in “The Wales Way” article. The article highlights a road trip itinerary that take us through the beautiful sceneries of Wales.

The moment you arrive on that page, you will see a full-screen video of drones flying around Wales together with many full-page photos of mountains and castles of Wales. If that doesn’t create the best first impression for a travel website, I do not know what is.

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  1. Another Escape

What I love about it: With producing high-quality outdoor lifestyle content in mind, Another Escape blog hit the nail in the head with their online magazine website that features engaging and authentic travel stories and stunning photography of the outdoors around the world.

Another Escape’s design shines the best when you are viewing travel stories like “The Road Taken” where the article follows a couple who traded their city lives to live lives on the road. Its white space and simple design of the website make ways for the engaging travel story and photography to surface and shine on its own.

There is a saying in the design community that goes something like this: “Good design is invisible” and I think this is exactly the case for the minimal and clean design of Another Escape’s blog. The website’s design of Another Escape gets out of your way and allow you to enjoy the wonderful stories of the outdoor world in solitude.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

 

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  1. Indie Traveller

A crisp and clean colorful layout, water-colored headlines, a well-organized structure, and a ton of well-written travel guides, Indie Traveller is an excellent example of a travel blog that maintain its unique identity without sacrificing the usefulness of the content.

What I love about it: Indie Traveller is run by Marek Bron since 2012 and what I like most about the design is its play on the color palette, mixing contrast and subtle colors together in a way that made the travel blog stands out from the rest.

The layout is also uniquely framed and organized in a way that the moment you arrive on his blog, you know that he isn’t using any generic WordPress theme, which is a first impression that is hard to come by these days.

His content and writings are also the highlight of the travel blog. An article like “Where To Go Backpacking: Key Routes Around the World” is a great example of how organized and structured the content on Indie Traveller is.

The short paragraphs, a ton of white space, and the display of those unique diagrams and photos together with the pastel-like color palette, makes reading Indie Traveller such a blast which is something I can’t say for many other generic travel blogs out there.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

 

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  1. What I love about it:This is a travel blog I selected purely of its artistic-style because the content is in Spanish but the design language of this blog is one of the most unique design I have seen on a travel blog.

Rojo Cangrejo design consisted of a lot blocks and lines laid out in a minimal way while relying on contrasty colors like turquoise and stunning photography to catch your attention and it works.

Marta, the writer behind Roko Cangrejo is also an excellent photographer who are able to capture the little intimate moments we often experience while traveling. Her article about Shapening Knives in the Japanese Town of Sakai is a great example of that. If you are looking for a uniquely designed travel blog, checking out Rojo Cangrejo is a no-brainer.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

 

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  1. Cookiesound Is Traveling

What I love about it: 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.

Their travel blog design is also one of the cleanest you will find out there. Since they are photographers, their travel blog design reflects the importance of storytelling through visual with clean typography and massive photos to tickle your wanderlust.

I really love their photography and it is something I aspire to be as a travel photographer. Their photography often reflects travel as it should be, rough and tumble, while showing a more human part of life in the places they visited. To me, that is one of the most powerful ways of telling travel stories.

Here’s a great example of their storytelling mastery: Travelling On The Infamous Iron Ore Train In Mauritania. Their crisp photography and their witty writings keep their experience real and down to earth which many can relate. Travel is tough, and it’s not all flowers and sunshine like what you would see on Instagram. Check them out and let me know what you think of Cookiesound.com.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

 

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  1. RICE / POTATO

Next up, we have a Bangkok-based travel duo from Taiwan and the Netherlands who run a travel blog that wants to break out from the usual trope of travel content like top 10 things to do in Bangkok. Let me introduce to you, Etty and Chris from RICE / POTATO.

What I love about it: 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.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

 

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  1. Salt In Our Hair

What I love about it: Salt in Our Hair is a fun and colorful take on travel blog design that I rarely see in the travel industry. Nick and Hannah combined their top-notch photography with a well-designed layout, fun typography and deliver them at extreme efficiency.

And by efficiency, I mean their travel blog is really fast, which is very important for a travel blog since most of our audience are often on their phones reading the blog.

One of the many problems I often have with travel blogs is that they are often slow to load due to how unoptimized their travel blogs are, may it be the overkill photo sizes, poorly designed mobile layout, or bad server, etc.

That is not the case of Salt in Our Hair though. Google PageSpeed score of the blog clocks in at 90, which is higher than most travel blogs out there. They really did a great job here at creating a beautiful travel blog without sacrificing performance.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

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  1. 12 HRS

What I love about it: 12 HRS has a concept they stick to that I really like. You guess it, it’s the “12 Hours in” series that provides not just a detail guide on how to spend your limited time in a city, but also the guides are clearly divided into hours with phenomenal typography and stunning photography. Imagine a high-quality magazine but on the web.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

 

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  1. Jungles In Paris

What I love about it: Jungles in Paris takes travel storytelling into a deeper level away from the usual topics travel blogs like to write and more in the territory of a deeper understanding of countries’ cultures and traditions. It’s a breath of fresh air to read stories about “The Amazon Most Endangered Hunters” than another guide to a city or a country.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

 

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  1. I Am Aileen

What I love about it: Aileen is one of my favorite travel bloggers. She writes her travel articles from a perspective of a third-world country passport holder (like me) and she shares her story with amazingly thorough detail, pastel-colored photography and easily digestible list.

The aesthetic of her articles just screams how much attention she paid to design. Plus, her articles are always accompanied by a stunning cover photo with on-point typography.

A great example of her unique aesthetic can be seen on her “DIY Trip Hong Kong Itinerary: 5 Days (More Or Less) W/ Macau Day Trip” article.

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  1. Camels &Chocolate

What I love about it: Camels & Chocolate is one of the most colorful travel blogs out there. Kristin, the owner of the blog, really paid a lot of attention to her blog’s design from the on-point color scheme to the aesthetic of her photography.

Every element of the landing page works in harmony with her content. Articles like “Real-Life Narnia: A Guide to Jasper” also put focused on photography, making it feels like we are traveling with her.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

 

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  1. Along Dusty Roads

What I love about it: Along Dusty Roads authors, Andrew and Emily are one of the best travel photographers in the travel blogging game. All of their articles are accompanied by abundant information and stunning photographs that will inspire anyone to visit the place.

Their article about The Forgotten Animals of Bolivia has not just amazing photography but also a clean design that put the focus on the content first and foremost and is easily digestible. I remember reading their blogs extensively when I was traveling in Colombia and Ecuador.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

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  1. Expert Vagabond

What I love about it: If I want to plan something adventurous, I always visit Expert Vagabond. Mathew is a great adventure photographer and an excellent writer. His travel blog is designed for optimum information consumption with a simple layout, clean and content-centric.

Expert Vagabond never failed me at getting the concise information quickly without sacrificing the ability to dive deeper into a place if I wanted to. His article about Hawaii is a great example of his excellent writing and inspiring photography.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

 

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  1. Sidetracked Magazine

What I love about it: Sidetracked travel blog is a great example of a travel blog that excels at everything from unique adventure stories to a beautiful layout that doesn’t dilute the content.

An article like “Paragliding off the Alaskan Mountain Range” shows off their ways of getting first-hand stories from adventurers and accompany it with adventure photography in between to give you the sense of scale. You will feel the rush of adrenaline by just reading through their articles.

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  1. Classe Touriste

What I love about it: Classe Touriste takes you off the beaten path further than most travel blogs do. The travel blog is designed to almost feel like you are reading a newspaper full of adventure stories with big typography, photography in a grid and clean layout.

For example, Classe Touriste will take you to places like North Korea and convince you to do the same with their absolutely stunning photography.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

 

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  1. Our Wild Abandon

What I love about it: Our Wild Abandon is a creative and quirky travel blog by the duo Kyla and Jill with stories that will make you want to run away with them and do long road trips around the world forever. It’s like On the Road book by Jack Kerouac envisioned in the 21st century and split into smaller stories for internet consumption.

Their layout design, for example on their Yosemite story, is almost invisible, making ways for the stories and photography to shine and take over.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

 

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  1. Asiyami Gold

What I love about it: Asiyami Gold is a travel blog run by Asiyami Gold who focuses on blending stunning photography with design and travel in a way that felt professional, yet personal.

Her photography is almost as if it came straight out of a travel and fashion magazine. The muted color scheme, sharp detail and old-school grain effect give her content a unique blend between magazine-like fashion and travel that you don’t often find on a travel blog.

Instead of having a travel blog design competing for the attention, the design of her travel blog stayed aside with a minimal black & white design allowing her unique style of photography to stand out front and center.

To me, that is a great design choice right there. Asiyami Gold travel blog design is functional yet it stays out of the way and let the content shine on its own. This strike of balance is not easy to accomplish, yet her travel blog was able to do it.

And there you have it, the top 20 travel blogs I believe have the best design out there. What do you think of the list? If you have any recommendation or you want me to add to the list, please don’t hesitate to let me know in the comments below.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text single_style=””]

 

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  1. Charles fliep
    Charles fliep says:

    Thank you for including me, Matt!! There are two I didn’t know about in here and you’ve included a few of my personal favorites. Great list.

    Also, makes me realize how much I need to redesign my site when I see the professionalism of some of these other ones. I’ve concentrated on content and let the design part go a bit. #oops

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