Of course, Travel Channel stars such as: Anthony Bourdain and Samantha Brown will always have a special place in our hearts. But this is no longer the time to be TV-obsessed as YouTube vloggers have been making names for themselves, inspiring others to seek for their own adventures. Honestly, it’s what the kids are watching these days.
Nowadays, it’s so easy to pick up a camera (or really, our phones) to capture every fascinating imagery of our travels, but who does it best? We’ve compiled a list of 8 travel vloggers you need to know. They’re utilizing skills of storytelling and video editing to show us their world in the most fun and adventurous way.
StoryTravelers are a group of visual storytelling artists with a shared passion for genuine travel. Every video contains gorgeous imageries, like moving photographs coming to life!
It’s fascinatingly cool to see John and Cara bring their daughter Abi on trips around the world! After getting married for $35 at a local courthouse, the couple took Abi along and began some work for Lonely Planet and Trip Films. Their YouTube channel Wanderlusts opens our eyes on how to travel with a small family.
Marko and Alex Ayling are brothers and backpackers who are always on a journey to explore the world by meeting up with other young travelers. The Vegabrothers won a global travel video competition last year and were paid to travel the world for six months. Their videos are exciting, full of adventures and jam-packed with energy.
Sonia’s brings travel tips with style, flair and a fun attitude to Sonia’s Travels. With 98,894 subscribers on YouTube, Sonia offers everything from tips and tricks to packing advice. All done with lots of humor and unstoppable pizzazz.
Louis Cole makes daily vlogs of his life traveling around the world with friends. From Africa, Australia, South America to North America, Fun for Louis showcases his journeys with lots of pep and spontaneity entertaining 1,093,562 subscribers.
180,864 YouTue subscribers love to follow LoadedNewsletter‘s gorgeous videos showcasing board sports culture. Meticulously filmed and edited, LoadedNewsletter comprise of Loaded Boards and Orangatang Wheels that features traveling on wheels from Santa Monica to Morro Bay.
7. Mark Wiens
Mark Wiens is a huge foodie and a vlogger who needs his own food show on TV…now. The food guide author and video producer captures our favorite dishes around the world with mouthwatering imageries and explains each menu with so much clarity and enthusiasm that make street food completely instanom.
Peter is in charge of In Trasit, his YouTube channel is followed by 20,429 subscribers who love his experiences and stories from canoeing down the Mississippi River, utilizing public transportation in LA, the Panama Canal, to a wild ride on the Trans-Siberian Railway!
Do you know any other YouTube travel stars we should add to the list? Let us know in the comments.