22 up-and-coming travel bloggers you need to watch this year
If you’ve been following The Travel Bunny travel blog, you probably noticed that lately I’ve been doing my best to 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 Bloggers’ Club, a really cool and supportive facebook group for people like myself. During this challenge, I discovered lots of new people and great content. So I am in the right position to provide you with a list of 22 up-and-coming travel bloggers you absolutely need to watch this year!
Solo travel bloggers
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!
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. Reading her blog can make you step out of your box while enjoying the comfort of your own desk chair.
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. 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!
Couple travel bloggers
Family travel bloggers
A Stroll around the World
Born in Rome, Federica’s been a traveler ever since she can remember. She traveled with her family as a child, and, as an adult, she moved to Chicago with her now-husband. With their two daughters, they currently live in London. This is from where she now shares her leisure travel stories.
Foodie travel bloggers
Yeshi always integrates her love for food in her adventures from around the world.
She strongly believes food and travel go together, helping 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.
A bit of everything
With a Romanian-French blog name, you can see why this is right up my alley! But what makes Jayashree’s writing captivating is that the duo referred to in the name includes you, the reader. With each article, she struggles to make you feel like you’re right there on the road with her, as a travel companion.
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.