Top 10 Video Travel Bloggers to Follow in 2015

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With so many forms of media available these days, it can be difficult to cut through the noise, especially in the crowded blogosphere where just about every amateur has a Tumblr page or Pinterest account. These 10 vloggers have gone above and beyond – creating a large following through sweat, tears, and a heck of a lot of talent. Their videos take you all over the world and right down to street level so you can experience the cultures, foods, and adventures right alongside them. So next year we highly recommend you follow this group on their blogs and YouTube pages for daily entertainment that really makes a lasting impression.

Booker Travels

Booker Travels is an original web video series about global travel through the eyes of a teenager. Through my interests in history, music, food, and sports—and my particular passions for surfing and skateboarding—I explore and interact with local cultures around the world. My work on the show led me to be named “Traveler of the Year” by National Geographic Traveler in 2012.  – Booker, Booker Travels, @bookertravels, YouTube

David’s Been Here


David’s Been Here is for the independent traveler looking for practical advice and inspiration. Our videos are fun and educational, just like travel should always be. – David, David’s Been Here, @davidsbeenhere, YouTube

Hey Nadine


If you are looking for fun, adventurous, and creative travel videos, PLUS tips and advice on EVERYTHING travel related, then subscribe to my channel Hey Nadine! Live.Laugh.Explore, that’s my motto! – Nadine, Hey Nadine @heynadine, YouTube

Kick the Grind


I’m a breakdancing Marine Biologist turned Wanderer, Travel Filmmaker, and Skype Travel Ambassador. The goal of my content is to surprise you. I love to capture things people didn’t know exist. Kick the Grind’s motto is experiences over possessions, and it’s the message I push to all my viewers. – Mike, Kick the Grind @kickthegrind, YouTube

Sonia Travels


There is simply no better way to understand a place than being able to see what it, that’s why I decided to focus on video content. We strive to not only show places and things to do, but rather the essence of where we are. What it feels like to be there. And we compliment our destination content with useful tangible tips that help you out when you are planning your trip: what to pack, which apps to download, how to score the best price. The smartest traveler is the most prepared one. – Sonia, Sonia Travels @sonia_gil, YouTube

Sunday Fundayz


Moving forward you can expect to see a lot more emphasis on our YouTube channel. Making videos is the heart of everything we do and it’s the most fun we have. We lost sight of that for a minute while working on all these other projects but our priorities are clear now and all things are in place for us to keep doing what we love. – Sunday Fundayz @sundayfundayz, YouTube

The Expert Vagabond


Addicted to adventure travel and photography, I’m on a mission to inspire your next journey with entertaining stories, beautiful images, and useful tips from around the world. From traditional tattoos in Thailand to living in Spanish gypsy caves, follow along to explore this incredible planet with me. – Matt, Expert Vagabond @expertvagabond, YouTube

Travel Yourself

This is a website/ Travel Blog for people who dream about travel, and people who are planning their next adventure, and enjoy stunning visuals and travel videos. I hope to let you see and hear everything I see when traveling. I want to share my experiences with you, and I want encourage you to try it all. – Travel Yourself @CailinONeill, YouTube

Vagabrothers


Vagabrothers is a weekly travel show that combines entertainment with information and inspiration. We explore the intersection of global and local culture by meeting with other young people – from chefs to bloggers and street artists – who are preserving traditions, setting trends, and shaping the shared future of our planet. – Alex and Marko, Vagabrothers @vagabrothers, YouTube

Wolter’s World


If You Are Tired of Hearing About “The Paris of the North” or “The New Prague” and Just Want Honest to Goodness Travel Advice from Someone Who Has Been There, Then Wolters World Is For You With Our “5 Things You Will Love & Hate about Traveling” Series. – Mark, Wolter’s World @woltersworld, YouTube

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