5 Travel Vloggers to Binge Watch
Thank goodness for the era of social media and Youtube. If you aren't able to travel but need a little inspiration, you can simply head over to a travel vlogger's channels and watch them take on the world.
Not sure where to start? We've got you covered on the Youtube front. Here are five travel Vloggers that you can spend the next two weeks binge watching.
1. Flying the Nest
Stephen and Jess from Flying the Nest are a newlywed couple that have been on the road, traveling for over 4 years. They have also just announced that they are expecting. Before that, the couple have traveled to over 60 countries, uploading inspiring travel vlogs to Youtube three times weekly. Stephen and Jess also run a fantastic travel blog https://flyingthenest.tv filled with first hand travel recommendations from the places they have visited. We highly suggest checking them out for their high energy and great video editing.
2. Kara and Nate
A Tennessee couple on a mission, Kara and Nate set out to travel 100 countries by 2020. And they have done it with Antarctica as their last and final continent!The couple uploads travel vlogs to YouTube every other day from both popular and lesser tourist-ed destinations. With over 1 million subscribers, Kara and Nate double down on value by providing an incredible set of resources like income reports, travel cost hacking, and video editing tips as well as great videos on destinations.
3. Abroad in Japan
Chris Broad moved to Japan as an English teacher in 2012 on the JET programme and started making videos to documenting his life there. However, it was his British humour and sarcasm that won him a loyal following of fans, adding a unique twist to videos of Japan. His videos are further made even more entertaining by the appearance of several friends that have become well-loved personalities over the years. Chris recently documented his cycle across Japan and also created several documentaries of towns in Japan that were hit by disasters.
4. Mark Weins
Mark Wiens is a full time lover of food and it shows in his videos where he shares his passion for food and travel on a worldwide scale. Through his food adventures, Mark is able to display the country's distinctive culture while also providing helpful recommendations on where to eat. It also helps that he's genuinely honest with his reactions when he tries something endearing viewers to his channel. His videos not only entertain his viewers but also inspire them to travel to discover the culinary wonders of the world.
5. Currently Hannah
You might recognise from her parody video of travel influencers that went viral last year. Hannah is an Australian who moved to Japan to work at Universal Studios Japan as a performer. While entertaining due to her profession, Hannah also presents a refreshing point of view to travel content, highlighting topics such as eco-tourism, effects of instagram on tourist destination and so on. On top of that, her realness in front of the camera makes her relatable to any budding vlogger.
And there you have it. Just some of our favourites to get you started. If you have your own favourite travel vlogger or Youtuber, tell us and we might feature them in part 2!
Until then, stay safe, travellers!