3 Travel Bloggers You Should Know About

I recently wrote a post about where I turn to find inspiration. One of those places is bloggers. Here are 3 bloggers you should know about:

Natasha Yakoub, The Dame Traveler

Her mission is to make this world a more connected, peaceful, compassionate and loving place.

The Dame Traveler is a blog ran by Natasha Yakoub that focuses on everything travel. She writes about food, things to do, and places to stay. You can find guides from where to live in Charleston, South Carolina to how to explore the history of Scotland. She also frequently highlights other bloggers on her website.

If you’re looking for some serious wanderlust, check her out!

Alexandra Jimenez, Travel Fashion Girl

Wanderlust needs a wardrobe

Travel Fashion Girl was founded by Alex Jimenez but is now ran by Alex and a team of writers.  Travel Fashion Girl provides packing tips for women so that they may travel carry-on only anywhere in the world. Her blog is divided up by categories like destinations, packing lists, and type of travel just to name a few. Her packing lists make it really easy to not only figure out what to pack but also what to do and where to go with the type of wardrobe you’re bringing along.

Check her out the next time you can’t figure out what to pack!

Mark Wiens, Migrationology

There’s no better way to connect with people, than through food.

Migrationology was started in 2009 by Mark. He is based out of Bangkok but is constantly writing on different cities around the world. He blogs about the cities he visits and tells you about the best food to eat and places to go while there. His blogs are organized by city making it really easy to find recommendations for your next trip. Along with blogs, he also has videos about the many trips he’s taken.

Check him out if you want some food inspiration!

Please leave your comments and thoughts below. Thanks for reading!


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2 Comments Add yours

  1. These look like a few rocking bloggers Bety! I’d heard of Mark but the other 2 bloggers are new to me. Great to uncover real gems in the travel blogging niche. Thanks for sharing 🙂



    1. Ryan, thanks for your comment! I’m glad you found it useful 🙂


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