I always enjoyed watching travel shows. They were not only a tool to learn about different countries and cultures, but they also evoked travel bug that inspired me me to start travelling and exploring the world. Since I got my GoPro and I started making my own travel videos (which is btw also the reason I don’t post as much as I should on my blog), I discovered the world of YouTube travel channels – a fun and inspiring alternative to travel shows. Here is a list of 10 channels I currently enjoy watching:
American couple Kara and Nate are full time travellers on a mission to visit 100 countries by 2019. They vlogs are interesting, fun, informative and their bubbly personalities makes me want to just pack your bags and join them on their adventures.
Slovenian couple Jure in Simona are seasoned travellers. In 2015 they went on a year long around the world trip. Back then, they were documenting their adventures on their blog, but now they also started vlogging! I’m very much looking forward to their upcoming vlogs and videos!
Dany is Ukraine-born German who is currently traveling the world with his girlfriend. He is documenting their daily life on the road in a series of fun and interesting vlogs.
Tom is Slovenian training coach and video-maker who just got back from his 6-month trip around SE Asia. He travelled Thailand, Cambodia, Philippines and Indonesia with his girlfriend Nina and made some breathtaking videos in the process. Now they are back home in Slovenia, but I hope they will keep documenting their adventures.
Anna and Trevor are a lovely Canadian couple who loves to travel and is documenting their amazing travel adventures in a series of fun and informative vlogs.
Slovenian couple Katja and Mic are also seasoned travellers. They are authors of popular Slovenian travel blog Povsod je lepo (english version: I Need Toilet paper). They also have their YouTube channel with cute and fun videos and vlogs from their travels.
British couple Alex and Emma are digital nomads traveling the world in search of what makes them happy. In their vlogs they not only document their travels, but are also addressing some travel-related issues, like for example ethical animal interactions.
Few years ago, American husband and wife Josh and Ashley sold everything they had to travel the world. Now they are full-time travellers who are sharing their travel experiences in series of fun vlogs.
Eric and Allison are another American full-time traveler couple who are sharing their travel and culinary adventures from all around the world on their YouTube channel.
Andreja’s main platform is her blog (which I love), but she also has a YouTube channel featuring lovely videos from her travels all around the world.
Which are you’re favourite YouTube travel channels? Share your favorites in the comments, and remember to check out my channel too.