The blogosphere is chock full of awesome inspiration and brilliant people sharing their daily lives, insights and knowledge. I really am thankful to be part of such an incredible group of people who give so generously.

I honestly believe the world is a better place with a blogosphere in it. There has become this democratisation of knowledge which is completely unprecedented in media history. That, and the community is rad.

I have been blogging for over 6 years now (even though this dear blog is relatively new) and I never get tired of discovering new blogs to read.

And so, without further ado, I would like to share some of my favourite travel bloggers at the moment.

They all have distinct voices and attitudes to travel which I find is so important given travel is such a personal state of mind.

Favourite Travel Blogs

Favourite Travel Blogs:

Vicky Flip Flop Travels

Vicky Flip Flop Travels

Vicky writes with a sharp wit that I enjoy very much indeed. In fact, she has a real British sense of humour which I enjoy. Vicky is currently writing a ‘How To Be A Travel Blogger’ series, it is informative, interesting and reassuringly honest – something I value highly.

The Travel Hack

The Travel Hack

I got chatting to Monica on Twitter last year when I was running the Blognix twitter chats. I attended her talk at Blogstock in the Summer, and we got to hang out at World Travel Market. She is probably one of the most professional and friendliest bloggers I have ever met. I am inspired by her approach to blogging and freelancing.

Girl Tweets World

Girl Tweets World

Beautiful photographs and really useful posts, Jayne writes as if she is talking just to you. At the moment she is living in Sydney and her food instagrams alone make me want to jump straight on a plane to Oz.

Ytravelblog

YTravelBlog

This blogging couple (family) are a powerhouse in the travel blogging community. They are currently 15 months into their life on the road travelling around their home country, Australia. I admire their gumption to eschew the traditional approach to bringing up their children. Instead they are choosing to provide an alternative childhood that is full of learnings so rich in culture and adventure.

a lady in london

A Lady in London

Julie is a true pro in the travel blogging scene. She captures the beauty of London and the world so well. This is a truly delightful read. If you enjoy striking landscape and urban photographs you’ll love her instagram feed.

Nomad is Beautiful

Nomad is Beautiful

We actually lived in the same building in Chiang Mai as Gianni and Ivana. They are brilliant couple to spend time with and I think that really comes across in their blog. Oh, and their photos are wonderful. I do love a good travel photograph.

A Brit and A Broad

A Brit and a Broad

A team of three currently travelling Central America, they are producing high quality videos, photos and blog posts. Billed as a travel video blog, the two presenters Macca and Brianna share inspiring places that will get you rushing to pack your bags in no time.

Almost Fearless

Almost Fearless

A family that has been on the road since 2008. This blog is a relatively new find for me but I’m utterly drawn in by Christine’s writing. Their story is super inspiring and admirable with a philosophy for life that totally resonates with me. They are resourceful, inquisitive and don’t let ‘life things’ like having a children or career stop them from following their own path and exploring the world.


Who are your favourite travel bloggers? Share your recommendations in the comments below!

7 Responses

  1. VickyFlipFlop

    Thanks for including me :) And I’m glad you like my sense of humour, most of the time when I read myself back I think I must just sound really weird, but happy to know you get me!

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    • Elizabeth

      Totally! It’s refreshing to read a blog with a good sense of humour! Never change it.

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  2. Ivana

    Thanks a lot for the mention, Liz! We’re happy to have bumped into you here in CM too :) Hope you guys are having a blast down in the south!

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  3. Jayne

    Thanks so much for including me – I follow many of these blogs too and love the way you describe their strengths. If you ever do hop on that plane I’d be happy to take you on a foodie tour of Sydney :)

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