They travel a lot. By bike, foot or boat. They take pictures and provide great travel tips on their blogs and social media. We have selected our favorite travel bloggers that offer more than just perfectly photo-shopped photos. Take a look ⬇️
"My name is Gábor and I quit my job as an architect back in 2009, because of some health issues. Since then I keep wandering around our globe. I partially live in a tent, walk and hitchhike to get around. Since I have met many amazing people who have helped me on my way I decided to share the portraits and stories of some of them. I believe we are one human race and this project is kinda the proof of it too."
Facebook: People I meet
"I’m Michael Turtle and, ever since I was a kid, I have been telling stories. Now I tell the stories of the world as I constantly travel from country to country with no official home. I have discovered so many things that you won’t find in guidebooks or brochures and I want to share them all with you."
Web: Time Travel Turtle
Instagram: Michael Turtle
"We are Simon Fairbairn and Erin McNeaney, a digital nomad couple who sold everything we owned and left the UK in 2010 to travel the world indefinitely. With just a carry-on-size backpack each we’ve been slow travelling our way around the world earning a living on the road by creating iPhone apps and from this travel blog."
Web: Never Ending Voyage
"We aim to provide a platform for those who document and capture the world around us, bringing them together to create a lasting record of life on Earth; so that people everywhere can experience the cultural and natural wonders of our planet, can feel more connected to the biggest issues facing the world today, and can be empowered to create a better future."
"Roads & Kingdoms is dedicated to a simple idea: the more you know, the better you travel. We use talented local journalists, deep storytelling, and the good things in life—food, music, booze—to inform and inspire about destinations around the globe."
Web: Roads and kingdoms
"By road, by kayak, by seaplane and most of all on foot, I tackle the themes of city and country in the modern world. Travel writing sometimes gets a bad rap, because of 'The azure sea was undulating and the hotel was fabulous.' But travel writing can be funny, powerful and personal."
Web: Notes from the road
"I began While Out Riding as a blog, charting a bike journey south from Prudoe Bay, Alaska, through the American backcountry – along quiet backroads and dirt trails where possible. When I left Alaska in the summer of 2009, I wasn’t sure where I’d end up; life has a habit of slotting into place when I’m on my bike, so I figured I’d let it take its shape. The blog was a way of recording this extended journey for friends and family, and a chance to process everything I was seeing and experiencing."
Web: While out riding
"A writer, a photographer and a cat. Liz, Jamie and Millie the Cat have been sailing the world aboard Esper since 2006. Not only do we share our adventures but we help those looking to challenge themselves and make the break from routine. Over the next two seasons we are going to be taking on our biggest challenge yet!"
Web: Follow the boat
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