5 Great YouTube Channels To Check Out If You Love Travel

Travel vlogging has become all the rage since the dawn of platforms like YouTube. Between that and our smartphones, it’s easier than ever to record your trips around the globe and share them with the Internet. There are hundreds if not thousands of incredible travel YouTube channels out there where these vloggers share updates from their trips as well as much more. Here are a few of the best out there.

Fearless and Far

Mike Corey is the creator of Fearless and Far, a series of videos that explore strange and wonderful places that most people wouldn’t think of. He aims to encourage people to face their fears and travel the world. His approach to travel is similar to that of an extreme sport, and his experiences are often wild and crazy. If you’re looking for an adrenaline rush when watching travel videos, this is the channel for you.

Hey Nadine

Travel expert and seasoned globetrotter, Nadine Sykora, uses her positive and infectious energy to create content that is uplifting and entertaining. Her approach to storytelling has helped her become an inspiration for young people who are interested in exploring the world. Her videos are full of useful advice and tips, and she’s a great resource for anyone who is looking to get away from their boring world and jump into a life of adventure.

Kold

Canadian adventurer and filmmaker Sam Kold is known for his exceptional travel videos. His work is full of cinematic masterpieces, and he’s also a great resource for aspiring filmmakers. His channel, Kold, is a variety of high-quality travel content and educational videos. Among his other skills is his ability to shoot drone shots and backflip off tall buildings. Come to Kold’s channel if you’re looking for engaging storytelling and gorgeous camera shots that will make you feel like you’re there yourself.

Mark Wiens

Mark Wiens is a travel vlogger who believes that food is the most important reason to travel. You might already know his channel by its previous name, Migrationology. His videos are full of entertaining and informative travel experiences, and he frequently travels to different regions to try and find the best food. He lives in Thailand with his wife, and he often travels to other countries located across the globe to try and find the best food.

Sorelle Amore

Sorelle Amore is a quirky bundle of energy who is known for her YouTube channel, which is filled with a variety of home updates and photography tips. Her videos are very authentic and have no forced or superficial feel. Her goal is to inspire people to be more creative and confident. She’s always striving to be a better person, and she’s also dedicated to inspiring others to do the same. Recently, she moved to Iceland, and her new videos are very entertaining if you’re interested in that country in particular.

This article was originally published on IvanaDeDomenico.net

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4 Great Travel Podcasts To Check Out In 2022

Podcasts have become extremely popular in recent years as a form of entertainment. They allow people to listen to discussions about their favorite topics, get the latest news, and so much more. Travel podcasts in particular have become quite popular, with podcast hosts often sharing their travel stories and giving tips and tricks for their listener’s travels. There are a lot of wonderful travel podcasts out there though, so it might seem a bit overwhelming at first. Here are a few of the best travel podcasts worth checking out in 2022.

The Travel Diaries

The Travel Diaries is a British podcast with a focus on traveling the world. Host Holly Rubenstein has access to some of the country’s most prominent personalities, writers, and actors – all of whom she invites on to talk about travel. The Travel Diaries is simple and effective. Each of its guests shares their own personal experiences with travel, from when they were young until today, weaving a narrative that oftentimes has the ability to transport the listener to new fantastic locations.

Greetings From Somewhere

Host Zach Mack is currently on a road trip across America, and he’s bringing his listeners an immersive experience through some of the country’s most engaging cities. The show is a slick production that combines investigative journalism with a travel narrative. From the first episode of the series and every episode onwards, Mack dives into the history and culture of each location he visits as he travels across the country. Through a combination of interviews and in-depth analysis, Mack is able to create an engaging and entertaining story.

Layovers

The Layovers podcast is a fun and entertaining way to discuss air travel. Host Paul Papadimitriou and his team take a look at current affairs and geopolitical issues through the lens of travel. Unlike other podcasts, they don’t zoom in on a particular topic. Instead, they take a deeper look at the global map. In one of their recent episodes, Paul and Alex discussed the possibility of an international travel golden age. They also talked about how we should move forward in an era of tighter borders and infection. Despite the wide variety of questions that people are asking, the Layovers team is always ready to answer.

Women Who Travel

Lale Arikoglu and Meredith Carey are both editors from the travel magazine Condé Nast Traveler as well as the hosts of the Women Who Travel Podcast. The hosts take a look into the travel industry as a whole, discussing travel journalism, the foods you find while traveling, hospitality, and much more. The best part? They give a uniquely female perspective on it all.

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