30 Best Travel Blogs and Bloggers To Follow in 2024

Nowadays it’s hard to determine an actual travel blogger.

People with a single overseas trip experience are pretending themselves as travel bloggers to monetize their online platforms by gaining recognition, and popularity.

But don’t worry.

I have prepared a genuine list of the 30 best travel blogs and bloggers to follow that represent actual travel blogging experiences.

Let’s get in.

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30 Best Travel Blogs and Bloggers to Follow

So let’s get started with our top travel blogs and bloggers that you should admire and follow in 2024.

1. Nomadic Matt

nomadic matt

Owner: Matthew Kepnes

Matt Kepens, popularly known as Nomadic Matt first experienced overseas travelling at the age of 23.

The Boston-born travel blogger’s first overseas visit was to Costa Rica, followed by Thailand that same year.

Matt narrates, that his Thailand trip led him to resign from his boring cubicle job and become a full-time nomad.

Since then Matt has traveled to over 100 countries.

In 2008 started a blog where he started sharing practical traveling experiences, interviews with fellow travelers, and tips and tricks to save money while traveling.

His bestseller books’ How To Travel The World On $50 A Day‘ and ‘ Ten Years A Nomad ‘ helped millions to travel efficiently worldwide.

Besides nomad, Matt is also known as a blogger, author public speaker, and influencer. Matt also holds a notable following on social media accounts.

Blog Topics

  • Travel planning
  • Solo female travel
  • Travel Insurance
  • Family and senior travel
  • Cheap airfare
  • Saving money on travel
  • Destinations
  • Travel gear

Monetization Strategies

  • Affiliate marketing
  • Display advertisements
  • The Travel Shop
  • Sponsored posts
  • Bookselling
  • Brand collaborations
  • Course selling
  • Influencer marketing

2. Backpacking Matt

OwnerMatt Kyhnn

Founder of New Zealand’s largest travel booking website Planit NZ, and travel blog Backpacking Matt aka Matt Kynhh is a well-known travel blogger from New Zealand.

Lowa (USA) born nomad, currently settled in Aotearoa (New Zealand) inspires others to travel by sharing destination-specific travel guides.

The 2007, Lowa University political science graduate turned travel blogger fell in love with the magnificence of New Zealand, and settled there permanently in 2010.

Of his boundless fondness for New Zealand, Matt shares a significant amount of travelling articles related to New Zealand followed by trip experiences of different countries.

Besides traveling he loves paragliding, hiking, and mountain bikes.

Blog Topics

  • Travel planning
  • Travel guide of New Zeland
  • Destinations
  • Travel gear

Monetization Strategies

  • Affiliate marketing
  • Planit NZ travel planning and booking services
  • Influencer marketing
  • Brand collaborations

3. Adventurous Kate

Owner: Kate McCulley

From Boston, currently living in Prague, Adventurous Kate started her journey as a travel blogger in back 2010 at 26 years of age.

Her first trip was to the Southeast Asia region, where she also started working on freelancing projects.

After one year she returned to her motherland and suddenly realized, she was earning enough from freelancing to resume her journey as a travel blogger.

Since then Kate has traveled around 83 countries across 7 continents.

She encourages solo female travellers by sharing destination guides, safety tips, and obstacles she faced during her solo trips in her travel blog.

Kate’s blog receives more than 176k visits monthly, 90% of them are women aged between 25-44.

In 2017 Forbes recognised her among the top 10 most influential travellers.

Blog Topics

  • Solo female travel
  • Travel safety for solo women
  • Travel planning
  • Destination
  • Travel gear

Monetization Strategies

  • Sponsored Blog Post
  • Instagram influencer
  • Newsletter Sponsorship
  • Bloginng consultation

4. The Blonde Abroad

Owner: Kiersten Rich

The Blonde Abroad is a well-known travel blog by California-born Kiersten Rich.

Her first overseas travel experience was in Spain back in 2008, where to learned the Spanish language fluently.

Before starting her journey as a full-time travel blogger Kiersten worked for wealth management firms, bartender at nightclubs, and posed as a model for media agencies.

With more than 1500 articles in her travel blog, Kiersten shares her travel experience of over 70 countries and provides essential advice for women to travel solo.

With more than half a million Instagram followers she was featured in Forbes, Travel +Leisure.

Blog Topics

  • Travel destinations
  • Solo travel
  • All-female travel tours
  • Blogging
  • Photography
  • Food

Monetization Strategies


5. California Through My Lens

Owner: Josh McNair

California Through My Lens is a niche niche-based travel website by Josh McNair and his wife Amy.

They only compose articles connected to prominent spots and tourist areas around California and other famous cities of the USA inside their travel blog.

Josh began his travel website in 2013, and with over 1300 blog posts, it gained significant loyal readers of over 15 million.

He covers detailed information and travel experience of beaches, islands, waterfalls, hiking places, road trips, and foods around California.

Besides his blogs, he also shares his travel experience as visual content on his YouTube channel with almost 300k subscribers.

Blog Topics

  • Tourist spots in California
  • Road trips around California
  • Food of California
  • Travel guide about California

Monetization Strategies

  • Affiliate marketing
  • Brand collaboration
  • Youtube channel
  • Travel Equipment

6. Dan Flying Solo

Owner: Daniel Clarke

Daniel Clarke owner of Dan Flying Solo is UK-born Portugal-based travel writer, passionate photographer, and videographer.

He is also the creative director of a Portugal-based media agency.

Dan started his travel blog in 2013, and one year later he resigned from his manager job at a London-based restaurant to pursue a nomad journey.

In his blog, Dan tries to focus on travel destinations with satisfactory value instead of cheap trip tips.

He also established a blog that provides in-depth travel insight and food guides about Portugal.

Blog Topics

  • Travel blogging
  • Photography
  • Food
  • Travel destinations

Monetization Strategies

  • Affiliate Marketing
  • Guidebook writing
  • Own media company

7. Travel With Lakshmi

Owner: Laxmi Sharath

Laxmi Sharath is a prominent award-winning travel blogger, writer, and photographer from India.

After spending over 15 years in several media firms, she left her 9-5 corporate job and decided to travel across India.

Till now Laxmi explored 25 countries across 5 continents.

She started the travel blog Travel With Lakshmi in 2005, where she shared her travel experience to encourage others.

In her travel blog, Laxmi showcases a special fondness for tourist zones around India.

Laxmi worked as a columnist in famous Indian newspapers like The Hindu and The Metro Plus.

Her articles have also been published on websites international platforms like National Geographic Traveller, Sunday Times, and Yahoo.com.

Laxmi has received several acknowledgements for her contribution to the travel industry.

Femina, The Hindu recognizes her as the best travel blogger from India.

She has also appeared in international podcast shows like Daily Travel Podcast.

Blog Topics

  • Travel planning
  • Blogging
  • Photography
  • Travel destination of India

Monetization Strategies

  • Brand collaborations
  • Content marketing and writing services
  • Sponsored posts
  • Digital media consulting services

8. foXnoMad

Owner: Anil Polat

Foxonnomad is an ideal example of how a digital nomad can transform several fellow nomads’ journeys by executing technological background proficiency.

Anil Polat, a computer security consultant turned tech-savvy travel blogger started his traveling journey in childhood.

His parents were journalists, and on to professional basis they have travelled between Turkey-USA several times and other countries as well along with young Anil.

Early age travel experience encourages Anil to change his path to full-time traveller from a security consultant.

In his blog, Anil tries to work out travellers’ difficulties from his practical experience during his journey in more than 90 countries.

He develops several apps intending to support travellers, particularly in diverse destinations.

His developed apps are available in both the Apple Store and the Play Store.

Blog Topics

  • Destinations
  • Tech
  • Travel Planning
  • Travel Gear

Monetization Strategies

  • Mobile apps
  • Affiliate marketing
  • Sponsored posts
  • Travel Gear
  • foXnoMad Shop
  • Podcast

9. Fluent In 3 Months

Owner: Brendan Lewis

Though the name of the blog Fluent in 3 Months narrates a different story, it publishes articles about various travel destinations and advice for understanding the languages of those destinations.

Owner, Brendan identified the diverse languages of different territories as a major obstacle while travelling.

To diminish the communication barrier, he started to guide people to learn new languages.

Brendan believes learning languages breaks the shackles of discovering cultures of different provinces.

The Electrical engineer turned travel blogger, shares insightful articles about how to learn new languages smoothly.

Also, he sells free and paid programs to learn languages in a faster and smarter way.

His contribution has been acknowledged by renowned media platforms like BBC, National Geographic, Forbes, and Business Insider.

The two-time TedX speaker also has been honoured with the ‘National Geographic Traveler Of The Year award.

Blog Topics

  • How to speak foreign languages
  • Language learning methods
  • Languages Of destination

Monetization Strategies

  • Online courses on languages
  • Display advertisements
  • 1:1 consultation
  • Affiliate marketing

10. Cheapest Destinations Blog

Owner: Tim Leffel

Tim Leffel, famously quoted as a ‘budget travel expert‘ in the travel industry runs the award-winning travel blog Cheapest Destination Blog, which receives 25 thousand to 60 thousand unique visitors per month.

Tim shares beneficial inputs about how to travel ‘well for less‘, the cheapest and most worthwhile destinations around the world.

Tim began his journey in the corporate sector, a few years later he quit his job and started touring the world.

Within a few years, he established himself as a nomad and exceptional travel writer.

His books The ‘World’s Cheapest Destination‘, ‘A Better Life for Half Price‘, and ‘Travel Writing 2.0‘ are some of the best-selling books in the travel and trip category.

For dedication and contribution, Tim has been awarded with several awards and recognition from top media houses.

Blog Topics

  • Travel budgeting
  • Travel planning
  • Destinations

Monetization Strategies

  • Affiliate Marketing
  • Sponsorship deal
  • Brand collaboration
  • Bookselling

11. Alex In Wanderland 

Owner: Alexandra Baackes

I’m impressed with the layout of Alex In Wonderland.

Alexandra was born in Albany, the New York-based nomad started her journey in 2011.

In the early days of her nomad journey, she laboured as a babysitter, distributed pamphlets, and took the bartender job to support herself.

Currently, she is a successful travel blogger who loves to ride off her life without any proper backup plan.

Her affection for fictional stories like ‘Alice In Wonderland’, led her to name her blog.

Besides travel blogging, she arranges ‘Women Retreat‘ several times in different parts of the world to meet new people.

Besides travel blogging, Alex is a passionate photographer.

She loves reading travel books, scuba diving, and design.

Blog Topics

  • Travel planning
  • Yoga
  • Food
  • Destinations
  • Outdoor activities

Monetization Strategies

  • Affiliate marketing
  • Travel gear
  • Display advertisements
  • Selling eBooks
  • Women retreat
  • Brand collaborations
  • Personalize merchandise

12. Hey Nadine

Owner: Nadine Sykora

If you are a regular viewer of travel-related YouTube videos, then Hey Nadine could be a familiar face for you.

With more than half a million channel subscribers, Nadine Sykora is a well-known travel blogger and YouTuber.

Nadin started her journey in 2011, travelled to over 60 countries, videoed more than 800 travel visuals, and crafted 500 blog posts.

Her travel blog shares information about travel packaging, preparation, and planning before starting a journey.

Nadin has partnered with top brands like Google, Sony, Samsung, Toyota, Ford, Airbnb, and American Express.

Blog Topics

  • Travel planning
  • Travel packaging
  • Destinations Video
  • content Lifestyle
  • Travel gear

Monetization Strategies

  • Video production
  • Course
  • YouTube Sponsored content
  • Ebook
  • Brand collaborations
  • Affiliate marketing

13. I Am Aileen

Owner: Aileen Adalid

Aileen Adalid is a Guinness book record-holder travel blogger and freelancer from the Philippines who left her corporate job at Deutsche Bank to pursue his passion for travelling.

In his travel blog, I Am Aileen, with destination info, she shares writings connected to online business, freelance, and personal development.

With excellent graphic design and writing skills, Ailleen has been featured in top-notch media giants like BBC Travel, and Business Insider.

Blog Topics

  • Destinations
  • Freelance
  • Online business
  • Travel gear
  • Food
  • Remote jobs
  • Travel planning

Monetization Strategies

  • Advertisements
  • Affiliate marketing
  • Sponsorships and partnerships with brands
  • Lightroom Presets

14. Wandering Earl

Owner: Derek Earl

Experience tripping over 130 countries in his backpack, Wandering Warl toured countries like Syria, Afghanistan, and Yemen, portraying how adventurous Warl is.

Wandering Derek aka Wandering Earl got underway his nomad journey in 1999.

Warl wanted to pursue a career in the sports industry and dreamed of being a sports agent, but his trip to South Asia after completing his post-graduation stimulated him to go after as a nomad.

In his blog, he shares the obstacles he faced and experiences he gained during long-term travel.

He loves to travel to India (30 times till) and even appeared in the Indian TV show once.

Blog Topics

  • Travel planning
  • Travel gear
  • Travel budgeting
  • Working while travelling
  • Food

Monetization Strategies

  • Consultation
  • Tour arrangement
  • website Affiliate marketing
  • Selling tour Guides

15. Be My Travel Muse

Owner: Kristin Addis

Be My Travel Muse believes travelling is one of the mediums that empowers a woman.

During her solo trip, Kristin uncovers herself by associating with distinct cultures and spending more in diverse atmospheres.

Born and brought up in California, in 2012 Kristin left her corporate job and decided to travel to Bangkok.

She asked her buddies to join the Bangkok trip, but nobody was prepared to step on this adventurous journey of Kristin.

Eventually, Kristin decided to travel solo.

Her article’s purpose is to encourage women to travel solo to achieve ultimate freedom.

His beliefs have been loved by Vogue, Washington Post, Business Insider, and more.

Blog Topics

  • Solo travel planning
  • Self-help for women
  • Female travel Relationships
  • Travel safety for women

Monetization Strategies

  • Display advertisements
  • Selling eBooks
  • Affiliate marketing
  • Online course
  • Brand collaborations
  • Sponsored posts

16. Followtheboat

Owner: Liz Cleere and Jamie Furlong

For travel enthusiasts like you, this travel blog will deliver a unique essence of travelling.

Floating on Esper (An oyster 435 vessel, built in 1989) with Millie (a cat) team Follwtheboat shares unique travel experiences in their blog.

Liz Cleere (travel writer) and Jamie Furlong (photographer) are an ideal combination for running a travel blog.

They share their ‘trip saga on a yacht’ through their blog, YouTube, and podcast with the rest of the world.

Buying Esper (yacht) from Turkey in 2005, the traveller duo shares the destination guide and their practical adventurous experience of how to be motivated and stress-free during a long trip.

Blog Topics

  • Sailing
  • Stress-free advice
  • Destinations
  • Boat maintenance
  • Outdoor activities

Monetization Strategies

  • Online shop
  • Display advertisements
  • Patreon donations

17. Matthew Woodward

Owner: Matthew Woodward

This is also a distinctive tale of a unique solo travel blogger Matthew Woodward, a British-born train traveller and travel writer and author.

From an early age, he has a special liking for trains.

Matthew gets addicted to rail travelling from her university days.

During his university days, while pursuing geography, he got an opportunity to explore Europe by interrail pass.

During that journey, he gets in touch with the global interrailers community, which enhances his thirst for train travel.

In his blog, Matthew writes about his distant journey experience by rail and railway systems of various territories.

He has also written multiple books on train traveling: The Railway to Heaven, A Bridge Even Further, and Trans-Siberian Adventures.

Blog Topics

  • Travelling by train
  • Destinations
  • Railway systems

Monetization Strategies

  • Selling books
  • PR work
  • Brand collaborations

18. The Opposite Travellers

Owner: Ryan Riel and Rachel Riel

Before starting Oppsitetravellers, Rachel worked in the music industry where Ryan was a high school physical education teacher.

Ryan likes to adventure bike rides, and trekking whereas Rachel loves to travel in luxury.

Earlier they found it difficult to compromise but gradually passion for travelling helped both to support each other.

This travel blog delivers different preferences for travelling from charming married couple Ryan Riel and Rachel Riel.

Besides travel blogging, they provide digital services like videography, Social media marketing, brand building, and content marketing.

Blog Topics

  • Travel budgeting
  • Luxury travelling
  • Outdoor activities
  • Photography and filmmaking
  • Music
  • Travel planning

Monetization Strategies

  • Content production
  • Sponsored posts
  • Social media marketing 
  • Influencer marketing
  • Media House

19. We Seek Travel

Owner: Olly Gaspar

Established in 2018 We Seek Travel is a travel blog by Olly Gasper and her partner Haylea.

With over 600 structured blog posts and appropriate photography helped Olly received decent praise within a short span.

Olly is a Sweden-born guy, who later immigrated to Australia with his parents on a student visa.

In 2018 Olly and his partner left their jobs and started teaching English online to sustain themselves financially as a full-time digital nomad.

Currently, Olly is a well-established travel blogger and photographer.

With travel experience of over 50 countries with his partner he tells their thrilling journey in their travel blog.

Olly claims all his posts are written based on real-life experience and after extensive research.

You will find a category named ‘Destination‘ in his blog, all posts in that category claim Olly has spent a significant amount of time in that particular territory.

Blog Topics

  • Travel Planning
  • Hiking & Trekking
  • Outdoor Adventure
  • Destinations
  • Travel photography
  • Travel Gear

Monetization Strategies

  • Affiliate marketing
  • Display advertisements
  • Photography licensing
  • Tourism development
  • Adventure Photography shoots

20. Bucket List Journey

Owner: Annette White

Is fear, or anxiety, stopping you from taking daring steps in your life?

Are you a hypochondriac?

Always worried about your fate?

I hope the award-winning travel blog Bucket List Owner (over 750,000 monthly visitors) Annette White’s journey will encourage you to be fearless and adventurous in your life.

After spending over 20 years with anxiety, and nervousness one morning Annette makes two life-changing promises to herself.

  1. never let fear make my decisions for me
  2. start living my bucket list

These two promises and hard work lead her to perform ‘Bucket List Adventures‘ around the world.

In her travel blog with destination and travel advice, she also shares Bucket list ideas and tips to combat anxiety.

With travel blogging, Annette is an author of Bucket List Adventures and joint owner of an Italian restaurant Sugo Trattoria.

Blog Topics

  • Travel planning
  • Bucket list
  • Destinations
  • Overcoming fear and anxiety
  • Motivation
  • Self-help

Monetization Strategies

  • Display advertisements
  • Influencer marketing
  • POD store
  • Selling books
  • Affiliate marketing
  • Brand collaborations
  • Sponsored posts

21. Migrationology

Owner: Mark Wiens

Migrationology is a perfect example of a travel guide for food lovers.

The Arizona-born food aka travel blogger started his travel-blogging journey in 2009.

During their college days, Mark decided to eat delicious food from different regions while travelling.

Inside Migrationalogy, Mark writes about the food he tasted in different countries while travelling.

He believes ‘when you travel, there’s no better way to connect with people, than through food‘.

Mark is a famous food vlogger (over 10 million subscribers) and Instagram influencer (1.9 million followers).

He also opened a Thai restaurant with his friend, Phedmark.

Blog Topics

  • Food blogging
  • City guides
  • Travel planning
  • Destinations

Monetization Strategies

  • Bangkok Food Tour
  • Display advertisements
  • Instagram influencer
  • eBooks and t-shirts selling
  • Affiliate marketing
  • Youtube videos

22. The Cranky Flier

Owner: Brett Snyder

I am a bit confused about whether to add Cranky Flier to my 30 Best Travel Blogs and Bloggers To Follow list, but at last, I decided to add Cranky.

Crankyflier is a consumer base air travel blog that writes about the airline industry and expresses personal thoughts on how and where to improve to provide better facilities during air trips.

Brett Snyder, the president of Chief Airline Dork of Cranky Flier LLC, was a curious kid about aviation technology and airline business from the beginning.

At only 12, Brett began working in the airline industry as a travel agent.

Brett worked as an employee in several industries including airlines like US Air, and America West.

Brett also runs his air travel service: Cranky Concierge.

Blog Topics

  • Air travel
  • Airport review
  • Airline industry
  • Destinations
  • Travel planning

Monetization Strategies

  • Display advertisements
  • Brand collaborations
  • Cranky Concierge service
  • Affiliate marketing
  • Sponsored posts

23. Never Ending Footsteps

Owner: Lauren Juliff

Obsessed with travelling from the early days eventually, Lauren decided to step inside travelling while completing his master’s in physics.

To resume herself as a traveller, she jumped to freelance writing and started learning coding and graphics design too.

Finally, Lauren started the famous travel blog Never Ending Footsteps in 2011, and that year started her journey as a professional digital nomad.

In her blog with insight into travelling over 100 countries, Lauren shares the dark side of continuous travelling to different places.

During the pandemic, Lauren deleted all of her social media accounts.

She believes spending time on social media can make you unhappy and mentally fragile.

During her trip, he met his partner Dave also a travel blogger.

Blog Topics

  • Travel planning
  • Freelance writing
  • Travel safety
  • Destinations
  • Blogging

Monetization Strategies

  • Display advertisements
  • Affiliate marketing
  • Book Promotion

24. A Dangerous Business Travel Blog

Owner: Amanda Williams

You will find the first two phrases of A Dangerous Business Travel Blog scary, but eventually, it ended up as a well-maintained travel blog.

Started her travel blogging journey in 2010 while working as an editor in a local newspaper, the blog currently has around 150,000 visitors monthly.

To share true experiences with her readers, without hiring any professional writer Amanda writes all real-life travel adventures in her blog on her own.

Rather than running behind numbers, prefers to visit her favourite place multiple times, which helps her readers significantly.

She avoids writing about fragile travel experiences in her blog.

Concerned about global warming, Amanda avoids vehicle riding when isn’t required and prefers to travel by foot to reduce carbon emissions.

She has been awarded and featured in multiple well-known media houses.

Blog Topics

  • Destinations
  • Roadtrips
  • Travel packing 
  • Travel planning
  • Travel budgeting

Monetization Strategies

  • Dangerous Biz online course
  • Affiliate marketing
  • Display advertisements
  • Sponsored posts
  • Speaking engagements
  • Consulting

25. Against The Compass

Owner: Joan Torres

In 2016, Joan left his corporate job and decided to travel Against The Compass.

Throughout his journey, Joan always aims to travel to remote, weird, off-beat destinations.

Usually, travellers avoid and fear travelling to countries like Pakistan, Syria, Iraq, Iran, and Afghanistan for safety but Juan loves to visit frequently to that terrain.

In his blog, Juan writes extensive travel advice and safety guides from his travelling experience in those countries.

His ideology is: ‘Travelling is all about adventure, explore bizarre by getting out of your comfort zone‘.

In 2021, to inspire other travellers to expand their compass in weird and uncommon places, he decided to open a travel agency.

Blog Topics

  • Unusual travel destination
  • Expeditions
  • Blogging
  • Travel Gear
  • Travel safety
  • Travel Insurance

Monetization Strategies

  • Display advertisements
  • Sponsored posts
  • Brand collaborations
  • Affiliate marketing
  • Travel Agency

26. Everything Everywhere

Owner: Gary Arndt

Gary Arndt of Everything Everywhere is a prominent travel photographer, travel blogger, podcaster, and partner in the NFL (Packers) who traveled to over 204 countries (excluding: China, Iran, and Peru) with only proficiency in the English language.

Gary has been recognized with multiple photography awards for his excellent proficiency.

He has been featured by countless media houses.

In his travel blog, Gary publishes travel experiences with stunning and appropriate shots.

His popular podcast Everything Everywhere Daily is one of the most popular education podcasts where he broadcasts 10 minutes of audio on various topics like travel, history, science, and technology.

Blog Topics

  • Travel photography
  • Destinations
  • Blogging
  • Travel gear
  • Food

Monetization Strategies

  • Brand collaborations
  • Everything Everywhere Photography course
  • Affiliate marketing
  • Instagram influencer
  • NFL team share
  • Speaking engagements
  • Sponsored posts

27. The Longest Way Home

Owner: David Ways

Got underway as a secret diary, over the years The Longest Way Home become a comprehensive travel guide for travellers

According to David, the journey started in 2005 in search of the perfect home.

After travelling to Sinatra, Iran, India, Pakistan, and the rest of Southeast Asia, David finally found his lair in Nepal.

In his blog, you will discover well-explored, in-depth travel guides with astonishing and appropriate snaps.

His digital guidebooks on Nepal are recognized as the all-time best guidebooks on Nepal.

Presently, David is busy composing digital guidebooks for several countries.

Blog Topics

  • Travel planning 
  • Travel photography
  • Save money
  • Travellers story
  • Destinations
  • Overland travel
  • Travel Insurance
  • Travel gear

Monetization Strategies

  • Affiliate marketing
  • Display advertisements
  • Digital guidebooks

28. Global Grasshopper

Owner: Becky Moore

Global Grasshopper is a squad of experienced travelers, travel writers, and photographers, led by Becky Moore.

Rather than a pure travel blog, you can refer to it as a travel agency blog.

Team Global Grasshopper travels around the globe, visits different hotels, inspects facilities, tastes food, and at the end shares with their readers.

With over 500,000 monthly visits, Global Grasshopper already established itself as an award-winning, top-notch blog in the UK.

Global Grasshopper helps to plan your journeys with the help of professional trip planners.

They have worked with giants like Google, Lonely Planet, Vauxhall Cars, Ferrari, and British Airways.

Blog Topics

  • Destinations
  • Travel planning
  • Food
  • Travel safety

Monetization Strategies

  • Display advertisements
  • Trip planning
  • Affiliate marketing
  • Sponsored posts
  • Hotel review
  • Tour bookings
  • Brand collaborations

29. Girl Gone Travel

Owner: Carol Cain

Mama of the three sons, Carol Cain loves to observe how people accommodate in diverse environments.

Being shy, Carol started to travel to unknown locations, tried different foods, communicated with new people, and sprinkled them inside the award-winning travel blog Girl Gone Inside.

A Brooklyn native travel writer and owner of Brave Media (brand building and social media marketing agency), so far Carol has travelled to more than 40 countries.

Though she is not a full-time nomad, his passion for meeting with different cultures and people motivates her to keep travelling.

Blog Topics

  • Destinations 
  • Photography
  • Food
  • Blogging
  • Online Branding
  • Travel planning

Monetization Strategies

  • Brave World Media agency
  • Brand collaborations

30. HoneyTrek

Owner: Mike Howard and Anne Howard

Have you ever heard of a never-ending honeymoon going on over 12 years, exploring over 70 countries?

Sound unimaginable right?

Today we will figure out the amazing story of the HoneyTrek couple.

The duo of Mike and Anne agreed to jump on a nomad journey during their honeymoon, and after that, they never stopped.

Writer of two award-winning books (Comfortably Wild & Ultimate Journeys for Two) in the travel category, their amazing story has been covered by more than 100 media outlets.

Through the blog and paid workshops, they instruct people about A to Z of travelling.

Blog Topics

  • Travel planning
  • Road trips
  • Destinations
  • Travel budgeting 
  • Travel skills

Monetization Strategies

  • Trip Coach courses
  • Glamping service
  • Affiliate marketing
  • Selling books
  • Writing service
  • Paid marketing campaign
  • Brand collaborations
  • Influencer marketing

FAQs for Travel Blogs

Q1. Who is the best travel blogger?

There are many. Below are the top 3 travellers in the world.
Matt Kepnes from Nomadic Matt.
Kiersten Rich, The Blonde Abroad.
Johnny Ward of OneStep4Ward.com.

Q2. Who is the No. 1 travel blogger in India?

1. Anuradha Goyal
Blogs: inditales
Started In: 2004
Income Estimations: $1377/Month
Monthly Blog Traffic: 73.3K(Source: Ahref)

Q3. Who is the highest-paid travel blogger?

There are many highest highest-paid travel bloggers in the world. below are the top with very well-known travellers.
Matt Kepnes from Nomadic Matt.
Kiersten Rich, The Blonde Abroad.
Johnny Ward of OneStep4Ward.com.

Q4. Can travel blogs make money?

yes, 100% travel blogs are making a great amount of money and with that money, they travel and enjoy a lot. Also it’s a great way of making money by traveling the whole world. The highest paid travel bloggers who make more than $1 million have been blogging for a decade or more


Final Thoughts on Best Travel Blogs To Follow in 2024

Hope I have wrapped the best travel blogs out there.

30 best travel blogs and bloggers to follow will provide ample details about travel blogging to commence your journey as a nomad or travel blogger.

Let me know in the comment section if I forgot any notable travel blogger who deserves to be included with the thirty others.

Looking forward to hearing from you.

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