Our Favorite Up and Coming Travel Bloggers
I love following along with adventurers and explorers around the world. One of the best things about working here at Landmass is that I get to be surrounded by people who inspire me to be braver, more adventurous and get out of my comfort zone.
Obviously, there’s no shortage of awesome and fascinating travel bloggers out there, but I’ve put together a list of (some of) my favorite up and coming travel bloggers.
Check them out, follow along and be inspired to take on the world and track your travels!
A Dangerous Business by Amanda Williams
Amanda is from a small town (like me) and has a mission to see the world. She's a pro at traveling and balancing a work schedule back home. She has a ton of really honest and helpful articles that are super relatable. If you're wanting to do more traveling, but aren't sure how to fit it into your work schedule, or are afraid to go alone, check out A Dangerous Business.
Pages of Travel with Kallsy, Logan and Bentley
I'm a huge fan of Kallsy and Logan's story. Together they balance a relationship, a fur baby (Bentley), full time work/school and traveling to incredible places. Kallsy spent some time in NYC at an acting and dance program and I can totally relate to her love for both the city and the wide open wilderness. Find out about hiking in Devils Den State Park or strike a pose in front of the coolest street art murals around the world.
GloboTrek with Norbert Figueroa
A freelance architect who caught the travel bug after taking a gap year, Norbert's been on the road for 2,218 days. This is kind of unbelievable and overwhelming for me to even think about, but I love how organized and thorough his blog is. Norbert has tons of tips, resources and advice about how to chase your dreams of traveling. Plus he's totally killin' the Instagram game.
Flight of the Educator with Carly Wayward
Carly is a teacher with a passion for traveling the world. She shares all of her actual travel budgets to give you an idea on exactly what to expect and how to plan your finances. Since I definitely would need to budget for travel, I love how detailed and upfront she is. Not to mention that if you're a teacher, she has some great tips on scoring free trips!
Marcie in Mommyland with Marcie Cheung
As a millennial mommy, Marcie gives great tips on traveling with kids and making the most of adventures with the family in tow. I love seeing her commitment to showing her kiddos the magic of travel, other cultures and adventure. Most people can't imagine going on these kinds of adventures solo, much less with a toddler in tow. She gives tips on getting restful sleep, travel stroller reviews and what to pack lists.
Have a favorite travel blogger that we missed? We'll be updating this list periodically, so submit your favorite adventurer to email@example.com