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Top 10 Travel Blogs to Follow

We travel not to escape life but for life not to escape us. Travelers usually have the best stories to tell. In the modern age, we are blessed to have access to tales from these travelers from all over the globe.

Here’s are, 10 travel bloggers, who have been weaving magic in their words to create a significant fan-following on their blogs

The insatiable traveler

Susan Portnoy is the girl behind Insatiable Traveler. She is from Michigan and has lived in Manhattan for over 20 years. She was laid off in 2012, and in the next six years, Susan fueled her passion for photography. Today, she journeys around the world as a travel photographer and writer. Her trips are mostly to unique locations like Mongolia, Bhutan, Kenya, and Machu Pichu. 

Local Adventurer

Esther and Jacob started sharing their travel adventures since 2010. They give readers a closer look into smaller details about a city that often goes unnoticed by mainstream travelers. Their idea is to spend nearly a year in every city they visit. It helps them understand the minute details of the city before sharing their experiences on the blog.    


This blog by Mark Wiens is for people who could travel across the world for food. Most of Mark’s blogs describe a place through his culinary experiences of the region. He has traveled to places like Pakistan, Brazil, Malaysia, and Uzbekistan and has discovered these regions by exploring traditional food menus.   

One Mile at a Time

Ben Shlappig, who also goes by the name Lucky, is an avid traveler who focuses on reviewing flights and hotels through his travel experiences. He travels about 400,000 miles a year and uses miles and points for most of his travel experiences. You will find a lot of insightful details about flights, hotels, and credit cards from the traveler’s point of view.          

A Little Adrift

Shannon O’Donnell shares the nuances of traveling responsibly in ‘A Little Adrift’. Her blogs cover people and places that are changing the face of responsible and sustainable tourism. She shares her fears, confessions, and musings about her travel experiences as a (mostly) solo woman traveler.      

Gotta Keep Movin’

As travel becomes easier, more people are looking for immersive experiences rather than going through the usual touristy spots. British travel writer Emma Higgins founded Gotta Keep Movin’ with the aim of enriching her readers with detailed reviews about a region. She spends a year in one region to explore the place, volunteer locally, and earn a living through her volunteer work. This gives her an opportunity to closely understand the culture and people, which she later documents through her blog.   

A Dangerous Business

Amanda is from Ohio. Her obsession with the Lords of the Rings trilogy led to her first trip to New Zealand after she graduated in 2005. She could never give up travel ever since and has now explored over 50 countries on 6 continents.     

World of Wanderlust

This is a luxury travel blog by Brooke Saward. She has been traveling for over 7 years and shares her travel experiences about living in some of the best hotels in the world. Brooke had started traveling solo when she was 20. 

The Avid Cruiser

If you prefer a cruise to travel the world, then the Avid cruiser is a great blog to go by. Ralph Grizzle started the avid cruiser along with his daughter Britton Frost. The blog aims to help avid cruisers make informed cruise travel decisions.   

Adventurous Kate

Kate has traveled all the seven continents since 2010 when she quit her job to travel full-time. She has been traveling for over Nine years now and she has traveled to 83 countries and all seven continents. Her blog has excellent advice for solo women travelers.   

1 Comment

  • ปั้มไลค์
    June 20, 2020 at 47:29 PM

    Like!! Really appreciate you sharing this blog post.Really thank you! Keep writing.


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