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Travel the world without leaving your desk.

If you’re after a little escape from the daily grind of the 9 to 5 (or for some serious inspiration for your next trip), a travel blog should be your first port of call. With so many to choose from, there’s no end of lustworthy photos and dreamy blog posts out there, so here we’ve rounded up a few of our favourite travel bloggers to get you started.

Dan Flying Solo

Dan Flying Solo


If you’re looking for the quintessential travel blog, written first hand by someone who has been all over the world, look no further than Dan Flying Solo. A stylish and attractive blog with posts from all over the globe, Dan is really making his mark on the world – and on the travel blogging community.

Read this if you:

  • Want insider advice on places to stay and things to do
  • Are interested in ethical travel
  • Enjoy stunning photography
Dan Flying Solo
Time Travel Turtle

Time Travel Turtle


With probably the best surname out there, Michael Turtle travels the world with all of his belongings on his back. Taking the world one country at a time, Mr Turtle proves that quitting a successful job to explore the world is never a bad thing.
Read this if you:

  • Need the push to start traveling
  • Want honest opinions on the good and bad
  • Love a cheeky read
Time Travel Turtle
Captain and Clark

Captain and Clark


If you’ve always dreamed of traveling the world as a dynamic duo, then take some tips from Captain and Clark. This wanderlusting couple met on Mount Kilimanjaro and got engaged at the Taj Mahal. These days, they travel the world as a team.

Read this if you:

  • Want to find out all about couples travel
  • Love travel to unusual spots
  • Fancy watching some video blogs too
Captain and Clark
Hole in the Donut

Hole in the Donut


Hole in the Donut is the pride and joy of Barbara Weibel. After falling ill, Barbara decided that her life was like a donut with ‘a wonderful outer shell with an empty, hollow inside’. Ever since, her quest has been to fill the hole in her life by living it to the full.

Read this if you:

  • Think world travel is only for the under 30s
  • Love breath taking photography
  • Want some inspiration travel stories
Hole in the Donut
Wonderful Wanderings

Wonderful Wanderings


Belgian Sofie quit her job after earning two(!) master’s degrees to travel the world, and hasn’t looked back since. Her blog is a mixture of inspiring travel content, as well as insider tips on her beloved Belgium. If you’re thinking of taking the plunge into the life of traveling, Sofie encourages you to just go for it.

Read this if you:

  • Want an insider’s guide to all things Belgium
  • Want to be inspired by female travel
Wonderful Wanderings

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