28 Best Travel Vloggers you NEED TO FOLLOW for Wanderlust in 2023

Last Updated on July 27, 2023 by Christine Kaaloa

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Living your passion for travel is one thing, but filming yourself doing it daily to weekly for binge watching audiences on YouTube is another! Yet, the list of travel vloggers on YouTube grows as storytelling techniques of its creators evolve to keep you tuned in.

From storytelling editing, daily vlogging, cinematic flair, sexy drone shots, and 360 viewing, these travel YouTubers are committed to pumping out travel inspiration on a regularly programmed basis.

Enjoy this list of inspiring Youtube channels to find great travel content and travel experiences. These travel personalities are not only travel hosts, they are their own travel show!

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Travel Vloggers on YouTube to Follow in 2019

These are listed in no particular order. There are an exhaustive list of travel vloggers, so if i’ve missed your favorite vlogger (and they can be in a niche I’ve not listed), please comment below!

Female Travel Vloggers

1. Eva ZuBeck

Eva ZuBeck is an adventurer and explorer who visits lesser known destinations. She is a storyteller of people and cultures by heart and she’ll wisk you away with her wanderlust.

2. Hey Nadine

As one of top female travel vloggers on YouTube, Hey Nadine knows what her female travel audiences want to see. Nadine Sykora has shared her travel lifestyle and tips on YouTube for a long time sharing female travel tips from in-flight toiletries, packing tips, best destinations and …all things travel.

3. Psychotraveller

Aly of Psychotraveller is the 20 something honest girl guide to budget travel, nomadism and real talk. Her channel hosts travel tip videos with budget travel How Tos, with a cheeky sarcasm and an occasional glass of wine! She started out filming from her hostels and now she has upgraded to her own studio.

4. Janet Newenham

Janet Newenham of Journalist on the Run is blogger turned vlogger. She has enough quirk, spunk, information and enthusiam in her channel to transport you along in her fun adventure.

5. Backpacking Bananas

Christiane of Backpacking Bananas inspires the backpacker in you to set off on your dreams. Along with her travels, she shares what to expect and recommendations from destinations across the globe.



Welcome to the world of female solo travel. Christine Kaaloa of GRRRL TRAVELER is a female solo travel vlogger who shows you how she travels the world so you can travel solo too!

Christine shares her insight into travel through travel videos for solo travelers, food tours and unique hotel digs.  She doesn’t shy away from your occasional squat toilet and will shed tips on how to navigate solo travel both as tips and through her travel vlogging. 

Male travel vloggers

7. Lost LeBlanc

Christian Le Blanc quit his job to pursue filmmaking and travel and he never looked back. Today

8. Drew Binsky

Some know Drew Binsky for his short format Facebook travel documentaries has carried over to YouTube.  We love that he delves into topics from  $10 budget videos to deeper dives into inspiring stories about people and his thoughts about some of the most controversial destinations.

9. Fun for Louis

I don’t know of many folks who do not think of Louis Cole when you mention travel vloggers on YouTube. This U.K. native does daily travel vlogs inspiring viewers to live the adventure of traveling the globe. Louis is known for his ritual of vlogging crazy adventures, travel-collaborating with fellow YouTube friends and his girlfriend

10. Wolters World

Mark of Woltersworld has strong opinions and this is something you’ll love about him. He shares Dos & Don’t advice about each destination. Additionally, he shares things you’ll love, hate and be shocked by. His honesty is straight up and his tips are to-the-point and insightful.

11. Traveling Robert

For all you RV vlogging enthusiasts, Cuban-born Floridian Traveling Robert takes you on an enjoyable ride around the U.S.A. Free in his RV is his motto and watching his videos will put a smile on your face. His videos are a delightful mix of shots to make you feel like you’re traveling with him and kicking back with an old friend. Local food, regular livestreams, attractions and off-the-beaten path destinations. No gimmicks or extreme challenge fluff, Robert takes you on the road to his next adventure.

12. Harold Baldr

Harald Baldr takes you on his adventure of travel scams and shock you with what is dirt cheap and absurdly expensive the destinations he travels. He drums up wild adventures to take your out of your comfort zone and wish you were in his!

13. Fearless and Far

Mike Corey of Fearless and Far challenges travelers to step far and fearlessly outside their comfort zone, by exploring strange places and unique or wild experiences. He chases the adventure of life and it lands him in some pretty extreme places.

14. Vagabrothers

The Vagabrothers are the fun boys of the male travel vlogging world. These two charismatic hosts can offer a cultural soft side to travelling. Their travel videos offer travel advice, destination guides and lethal drone shots.

15. Expert Vagabond

Matt Karsten of Expert Vagabond has been vagabonding for over nine years as a travel photographer, blogger and YouTuber. Diving, snowboarding, dog sledding, skydiving, Matt inspires your adrenaline to kick up a notch. These days, he has a wife and baby in tow, but it has not stopped his exploring!

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Food & Travel YouTubers

16. Migrationology

Would you travel for food?  Mark Weins does! One of the best food and travel vloggers, Mark of Migrationology was once a travel blogger, but exploded into stardom on YouTube. Mark shares his flair for each destination through mouthwatering food and travel videos which have gotten both epic in terms of challenges and in exploring food off the beaten path and as deep as jungles . His blog shares deeper details of his experience as well.  He one of the top food and travel vloggers to both, read and watch.

17.The Food Ranger

Trevor is The Food Ranger is another top food and travel vlogger.  An expat living in China,  he slurps his way through Chinese street food and more. Over the years, his food exploits have grown to chase some of the most exotic and EPIC food experiences from eating camel to a visiting the inside of one of the biggest Punjabi temple kitchen in Amritsar.  Food challenges? Yes, you will get a lot of that here!

18. Strictly Dumpling

Micky Chen of Strictly Dumpling is another top food and travel vlogger who loves food and tells it like it is.  This New York native doesn’t mince the truth in his reviews and you gotta love that.

19. The Best Ever Food Show Review

I know Sonny of The Best Ever Food Show Review as being one of those extreme food channels on YouTube that takes you traveling. He’s goes beyond Andrew Zimmern and keeps going.  You may be shocked, you might want to faint when he eats animal hearts… but likely, you won’t be able to stop watching. It can be addictive, even when his food choice makes you wince. He pulls it all off with the grace and humor of a professional travel host.

20. Chopsticks Travel

If you mate Migrationology with The Food Ranger, you might get  Chopsticks Travel. Luke and Sabrina join the ranks of expats turned top food and travel vloggers. Originally Canadian expats living and teaching in Taiwan, they started their channel exploring Taiwanese food. Now, they’ve left their Asia chopsticks to travel around expanding their food vocabulary from Morocco to Cappadocia and Italy. They do occasional epic food challenges, shocking food as well as foods they find noteworthy of a destination.

21. Cup of TJ

Where the food vloggers have gotten extreme in their hunt for the ultimate food adventure, TJ of Cup of TJ brings brings dimensions of cute to the experience. She covers

Couples Travel

22. Kara & Nate

High school sweethearts Kara and Nate were on a mission to travel 100 countries. Five years later, they have beaten that record and are still going strong!

23. Samuel & Audrey

Samuel and Audrey is a cute Canadian couple who started their channel when they were expats in Korea.  Top food and travel vloggers, their channel hosts trip guides and food tours. You can easily binge watch them without taking a break, but make sure you do so on an empty stomach.

24. The Planet D

Dave and Deb of The Planet D, not only live the dream of travel, but they also visit some of the most exotic places that most of us can only dream about!

This zany travel-adventure couple have blogged about adventure travel for the past 10 years, and now they’re on YouTube too, inspiring each other (and others) to take a passion for adventure to the next level. Making the list as one of the couple travel vloggers to watch.

From polar ice plunges in Antarctica to riding the fastest zipline or ballooning over the Masai Mara, their channel covers a bucket list of activities to try when you’re looking to leave your comfort zone.

25. Hopscotch the Globe

Kristen Sarah is that fun travel BFF, who’s not afraid to blend creativity with travel. She started travel vlogging with the occasional parodies and travel-inspired recipes. Today, she has taken a different angle with her channel, sharing the stage with her husband Siya and their baby on their van life travels.  From hopscotching the globe to the road.

26. 8 Miles from Home

British photographer couple Sacha and Jymael are the creators of 8 Miles from Home and have vlogged their expat life from Thailand to Portugal and to the Phillipines. Their vlogs can occasionally be cinematic video diaries which give their channel a wonderful

27. Sailing La Vagabonde

Australian couple Riley and Elayna wanted to sail around the globe in their boat. They hadn’t had prior sailing experience. That is how Sailing La Vagabonde was born. Their mission is to inspire others to explore alternative options of living and to spread ocean awareness.

28. Gone with the Wynns

Ever dreamed of hitting the road in an RV? Nikki and Jason of Gone with the Wynns sold it all for the great highway of life. Their channel shares the DIY advice for RVing such as composting toilets and solar power, as well as their travel adventures. Being photographers, their videos are well-shot with a professional flair. Recently, they’ve changed their transportation choice, trading their RV for a sailboat!


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