Top 5 Travel Bloggers That You Should Follow

Travel is one of the amazing way to inspire a person. It can bring pure happiness and it can also help you discover who you are. Travel is worth all the money that we’ve spent on hotels, tickets and food. It is worth the tiredness and the feeling of homesick. Travel is worth everything basically. So, in this blog I will give you top 5 Travel bloggers that can motivate you and inspire you to just escape life at the moment and just spend a week or maybe 2 days in a peaceful place.


5. Travel Noire

“Travel Noire is a digital publishing platform that creates tools and resources for the unconventional traveler. Founded by a Glamour Magazine award-winning entrepreneur, Travel Noire is a necessity in every traveler’s toolkit.” – Travel Noire

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Travel Noire


4. Petite Passport

“I just love, love, love hotspots. Not the ones you will find in every guidebook, but the more special ones. Shame on me, but I don’t go to a restaurant because the food is superb (well that’s a nice extra) but because of the interior. I like to sit on a Hay J77 chair or eat under a .PSLAB light bulb. On this blog I collect all the nicest (design) places on earth. To get you, and myself, motivated to travel the world!” – Pauline

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Petite Passport


3. Nowhere Magazine

“Nowhere’s page are full of the kind of stories mainstream travel magazines insert as an afterthought, a brief and rare glimpse into the traveler’s inner journey reflected through the exterior trip.” – The Review Review

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Nowhere Magazine


2. Eat This Poem

“With insightful and eloquent posts, a well-curated selection of poetry, and delicious recipes, we are thoroughly taken with her unique approach to food blogging.” —SAVEUR

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Eat This Poem

1. World Of Wanderlust

Hands down the best Travel Blogger out there.

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World of Wanderlust



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