5 Travel Vloggers to Watch While You Plan Your Winter Trip
As the holidays approach, many look to take advantage of the working lull by planning getaways. If you’re lacking inspiration as the seasonal respite gets nearer, why not turn to the experts to figure out where to go? These vloggers know how to travel and where to go. Even if you don’t decide to share their various destinations, they should at least serve to inspire you into seeking one of your own…
These four photographers/filmmakers, Aidan Lynn-Klimenko, Parker Hilton, Madison Perrins, and Joel Martin took a trip to Mexico, Central, and South America with the intention of taking the road less traveled. It appears that they succeeded, and they have beautiful footage to show for it.
Founder of Fluenz, a company that teaches people languages, Sonia Gil is certainly no stranger to traveling. This means that she has plenty of tips for those who aren’t as practiced in the art, especially concerning Thanksgiving escapes through the airport. Check out what she has to say about that and take a look at where else she’s been, while you’re at it.
Though on the excessively perky side, this travel vlogger provides some amazing and comprehensive footage of the places she journeys to–perhaps hence the perkiness, as she visits some seriously wonderful spots. With video collections encompassing most continents (not so sure that she’s visited Antarctica), you might be able to get a good sense of where to spend your future vacation time by browsing through her videos (possibly with the sound off–the music can get very repetitive).
These actual brothers balance each other out well when it comes to interpreting their travels for others. One’s a surfer, more in tune with adrenaline and the rush of the adventure, while the other’s a travel writer, skilled at documenting what he comes across all over the world. Their vlogs are highly informative and always colorful.
Standing out for his emphasis on nature, wildlife, and the bizarre (to US natives, at least) Mike Corey travels the world capturing the kinds of things many tourists bypass. As in the following video, he often finds experts to explain their surroundings so viewers can listen to an informed idea of the areas they’re virtually visiting.