I am admittedly kind of obsessed with Youtube, and I am also looking for tips and advice for my future travels. It is kind of a given that I came across so many channels that share their own travels and advice, giving me so much inspiration. Here are just a few that I find most helpful, personally. In no particular order…
1. Sonia Gil of Sonia’s Travels. Sonia’s content is professionally produced. She uploads tons of reviews on travel gear, advice on how to make travel easier, and she really takes you with her on her adventures. Admittedly, I probably won’t really be following all of her advice, moreso for budgeting, just because I am cheap and she’s not. But that’s not to say her advice isn’t applicable.
2. Kristen Sarah of Hopscotch The Globe. Kristen is an actress, a traveler, a blogger, a vlogger… on her channel, you will find some hilarious skits, awesome advice, daily vlogs during her travels, along with food reviews. She also does a few fashion/beauty vlogs every once in a while, if you’re also into that. I especially love her daily travel vlogs when she shares stories about where she’s at.
3. Matthew Kepnes of Nomadic Matt. Matt is a pretty well known traveler. He is like the master of traveling on a light budget. He has a book, How To Travel The World On $50/Day, which I have actually not read (I recently ordered it on Amazon though, so hopefully I’ll get it soon!), but it has really rood reviews and I have talked to other budget travelers who swear by it like it were actually a bible. Clearly, he knows what he’s doing. His channel offers how to’s and tips, along with a bunch of Q&A’s and videos from his travels.
4. Nadine Sykora of Hey Nadine. She offers travel guides, tips and how-to’s, along with general videos, and her adventures. He is very happy-go-lucky and I love her humor.
5. Psycho Traveler. She is a backpacker that offers a bunch of tips on backpacking, travel, budgeting, etc.