If you’ve been following The Travel Bunny travel blog, you probably noticed that I’ve been doing my best to be a better travel blogger and post more often. Sometimes I even manage to post every day from Monday to Friday. But this week was a lot more difficult, as I challenged myself to post daily for 7 days. It is a challenge initiated by Travel Blogger’s Club, a really cool and supportive Facebook group meant for people like myself.
During this challenge, I discovered lots of new people and great content. So I am probably in the best position to provide you with a list of 22 up-and-coming travel bloggers you absolutely need to watch this year!
Solo travel bloggers
Blogger at A world in reach
Sydney is a graduate student who has had a lifelong passion for adventure and believes that almost anyone can travel if they set their mind to it. As a budget solo traveler, Sydney is a travel blogger who shares advice to turn the whole world into a place within the reach of everyone.
Visit Sidney’s travel blog
Blogger at Why not Ju
Though she has always loved traveling, this passion for exploring truly ignited when Julie went to study abroad in Budapest, Hungary. Renting her room through Airbnb after returning to Oslo helped her travel through all of Europe. And, once she finished her studies, Julie went off to conquer the whole world as a travel blogger!
Visit Julie’s travel blog
Blogger at Namaste, Solo Traveler
As a solo female traveler from India, Arunima is sharing her personal travel stories, from the perspective of a non-white, non-male, non-Western, non-First World country wanderer. While reading the adventures of this travel blogger, you’ll step out of your box though you’re still in the comfort of your own desk chair.
Visit Arunima’s travel blog
Blogger at Nina out and about
Nina has already visited 29 countries on 5 continents. She started early, discovering the world with her family when she was a child. Although all grown up now, she continues to explore the world on her own. She is currently on her second year of travel adventures, this time in New Zealand!
Visit Nina’s travel blog
Couple travel bloggers
Alex & Lisa
Bloggers at Career Gappers
After five years of careful planning and saving money, Alex and Lisa quit their jobs. In their thirties, they went to discover the world together. During their career break, they want to inspire and encourage others to become career gappers through their writing.
Visit Alex and Lisa’s travel blog
Barbara & Edgard
Bloggers at La vida is belle
Barbara and Edgard are a couple of San Diegans who have been traveling together for many years. Although they focus on their full-time careers during the week, they take advantage of their weekends and holidays to go exploring.
Visit Barbara and Edgard’s travel blog
Family travel bloggers
Charly & Michele
Bloggers at Travel Fun Fam
Though difficult sometimes, Charly and Michele wish to encourage parents to travel with the little ones. They currently live on the island of Oahu, in Hawaii, and they love to discover new places with their daughter, Vi.
Visit Charly and Michele’s travel blog
Blogger at Roots, Wings and Travel Things
Lissa home-schools her sons, and carefully cooks gluten-free food for her single-income family. Last, but definitely not least, she travels the world with her loved ones while fighting against chronic illness. For me, her strength and courage are an inspiration.
Visit Lissa’s travel blog
Blogger at A Stroll around the World
Born in Rome, Federica’s been a traveler ever since she can remember. As a child, she traveled with her family, and, as an adult, she moved to Chicago with her now-husband. With their two daughters, they currently live in London. So this is from where she now shares her leisure travel stories.
Visit Federica’s travel blog
Blogger at Five Family Adventures
Along with her family, Alison explores the world. However, she also travels on her own. Although she identifies as a mother, she sees herself as an individual. Between taking care of the children and planning the next journey, she also handles her job.
Visit Alison’s travel blogs
Foodie travel bloggers
Blogger at Sippin Gipsy
In addition to being a wife and a mother, she loves exploring the world sip by sip, as you can see in her blog photos. While learning what you should do when you reach your travel destination, you will also discover where to go for great cocktails and cuisine.
Visit Sippin Gipsy’s travel blog
Blogger at Hello Yeshi
Yeshi always integrates her love for food in her adventures from around the world.
As a matter of fact, she strongly believes food and travel go together. Therefore she helps people end up with new memories like pretzels and pizza in New York City; pani puri and pav baji in Mumbai; fresh fish and chips in Cape Town and Durban’s infamous bunny chow.
Visit Yeshi’s travel blog
A bit of everything
Blogger at DoiBedouin
With a Romanian-French blog name, you can see why this is right up my alley! However, what makes Jayashree’s writing captivating is that the duo referred to in the name includes you, the reader. For this reason, with each article, she struggles to make you feel like you’re right there on the road with her, as a travel companion.
Visit Jayashree’s travel blog
Blogger at Digital Travel Guru
Eliza has been traveling for about 30 years, covering around 40 countries. She started her travel blog to share her love for roaming the world, and her passion for writing and photography. On her travels, she likes meeting locals, experiencing culture and food, and going off the beaten track when she doesn’t opt for luxury travel.
Blogger at Diana’s Healthy Living
Starting out as a health blogger, Diana is currently covering content on beauty, food, and travel. Consequently, on her travel blog, Diana promotes a balanced lifestyle covering everything she may find inspirational in her everyday life.
Visit Diana’s travel blog
Blogger at A Sightseeing Cat
At one point in her life, Caitlyn had to make a choice between going to a Tourism or a Cooking school. Luckily, she chose Tourism! However, on her travel blog, you can also find cooking recipes, plus lovely books and movie reviews.
Visit Caitlyn’s travel blog
Blogger at Fly Away Goddess
Diana is a mother, a bartender, and a traveler. And, of course, a travel blogger. She is currently writing about her trips and life in Europe, with the ups and downs of being a black female traveler. Her stories get real and personal, making them an interesting read.
Visit Diana’s travel blog
Blogger at She Roams About
Melissa loves remembering her old journeys and planning her future ones. Although she enjoys traveling with friends and family, she also goes on her own. Check her out for ideas on various products and services that can make your travels easier.
Blogger at Musings & Adventures
Kemi describes herself as a Millennial and a New Yorker. She is a travel blogger that shares travel tips and tricks, together with information on sustainable travel and lifestyle musings.
Visit Kemi’s travel blog
Mirela Letailleur is a Romanian travel blogger living in the South of France. She writes on The Travel Bunny travel blog about affordable travel in Europe, creator of unique free travel guides, local travel expert. Problem solver. Wannabe coffee guru.
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