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You know when you are looking for something and google just doesn’t want to show you what you need? Well this can also be very frustrating for new travel bloggers because, sometimes, we know what you are looking for, but we are not in the cool kids so we don’t appear in Google Search.
Well, just like in a Hollywood movie, I decided to create a new gang from newbie travel bloggers. We got our Team shirts, our water guns and a puppy as our mascot! So, you better be ready because there’s a new gang in town! Bam!
Okay… winter in Montreal makes me watched too many movies… Don’t do like me and, instead, take a look at these 15 New Travel Blogs that you should follow, they’re great! :)
You’re planning a trip to Peru? Kiara is definitely your girl. From the well-known Cusco to small villages, she has a lot to teach you about this country. Passionate traveller, she also writes about Europe and South East Asia.
2. Progression of Happiness
Bethany is a 19-year-old full-time student and part-time traveler, and she shares her journey on Progression of Happiness. From a solo backpacking trip through China to moving to Italy for a summer, she lives a full life of travel on a student budget! Yes, a student budget, so what’s your excuse, eh?
Gemma and Craig are actually planning their one year-long trip to Americas, starting next March. One year of adventure and travel! Are you jealous? Because I am. In the meantime, read about their planning and past trips to Turkey, Thailand, and many other places.
Neysha fell in love with travel when she was road tripping Central America with her parents. You can now follow her daily adventures through her blog. My favorite section? Self Discovery. I like to read her reflexion about travel and how it makes us evolve.
Erin focus on adventure travel and affordable luxury. Right now, she is writing about her recent trek to Everest Base Camp. That’s what I call adventure! If you are
crazy enough planning to do this trek, you’ll find a lot of information on this blog!
Breadcrumbs Guide is designed to help ordinary travelers see extraordinary places. Sonja do in-depth research before and during her trips, and then create an extensive guide for each destination, leaving a trail of breadcrumbs for readers to follow. You’ll find great tips on Hawaii and Peru!
Petra and Shaun are New Zealanders who like street food and road trips. They have a whole section about road trips! And you know how much I like it! Also, they can give you good advice on how to travel in couple without killing each other. You know, that thing I’m not really good at.
Angel and Michelle are also a couple travelling together. On their side, they want to inspire people to get outdoors more, including people who may be worried to try an outdoor activity like camping or don’t know how to even start. (I’d say people like me who normally had a bad day at Yosemite.)
9. A Traveler’s Postcard
Paula will tell you stories of her traveling in »the middle »… which means amazing destinations while not having to share a dorm room. Ahah! If you want to explore the world not like a rich, but not like a budget traveller, that blog is for you. She mainly talk about USA, but have also tips and stories on Europe and Central America.
Marissa is a blogger from the little known country of Trinidad and Tobago. No, it’s not in Cuba, it’s a real country! She has been to a lot of countries, but I think reading her blog is also a good start to educate ourselves about T &T. Admit it, you never heard of Trinidad and Tobago. Did you?
Phyllis is an American girl studying abroad in China. She’s learning Mandarin and she’s an expert in East Asian Culture. If you are planning a trip to Asia, or are just curious about it, you definitely want to read her blog. She brings a fresh view on learning new languages.
12. Breathe With Us
Hugo and Cristina, a couple of expats, have been to many countries! If you are fascinated by my posts about Iceland, you should read theirs too! They mainly blog about Europe, but their posts about New Zealand or Jordan might surprise you!
13. The Go Fever
Catherine is a fellow French Canadian, like me, and she writes her travel stories in English, but sometimes in French too. She has a nice way with words and use more the storytelling approach to make you discover a destination. The best part? She has a « Travel Fails » section! Giggles. I’m sure you’ll recognize yourselves in some of her adventures.
14. Hanna Travels
This woman proves that women can go anywhere and do anything! She’s Polish and speaks Polish, English, German and Russian. Her blog is full of original destinations such as Armenia, Georgia, Slovenia and, of course, Poland. I’m hooked!
15. Lavi Was Here
Lavi has made the big step: she quit her desk job to travel the world full-time. She’s now an expat teaching English in Madrid. I must say, she’s a really good photographer too! You can read about Europe and Asia. Oh, and she’s got a post about Brazil with a very cool video! (Yay! My next destination!)