I am a travelinfluencer as a hobby so far. Maybe one day this can become my fulltime job.
I wish to spred my passion for travelling and also be inspired from others
I believe there are many people doing research on videos but also Google text info so there is definately a market yet which can give more of a full story and review to the reader
Does travel blogging have a future? 1 year ago
The slow travel movement is growing every year. We'd love to hear about your slowest travel journey and travel tips you've discovered during your travels. 👉 Share your slow travel journeys and tips. How long was your slowest journey? How many days did you stay in a destination? What tips do you have for traveling slower? What challenges did you overcome?
Sustainability in tourism often means higher costs, limited accessibility, etc. Is it only for the elite? I've been asked this question a lot, so I'm curious to hear your thoughts! I'm a new member in this amazing community. Born and raised in Italy, I've been living in the US for the past 12 years. I'm starting a lifestyle brand for the conscious traveler... let's connect!
This year I discovered the beauty of working remotely, from a sunny place with a beach nearby. So far, I enjoyed Tenerife and Thessaloniki. Next, I'm preparing for Gran Canaria. What places do you recommend across Europe to live there for a month or so, preferably with nice weather, a beach, a good internet connection and sightseeing around? Thanks!
Over the past year, the global travel industry has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, with widespread travel restrictions and a decrease in consumer demand leading to a significant drop in tourism. This has also had a major impact on the world of travel blogging, with many bloggers finding it difficult to continue their travels and document their experiences for their followers. Before the pandemic, travel blogging was a popular and lucrative activity for many people. Bloggers would travel to different destinations, document their experiences through writing, photography, and video, and share their content on social media and their own websites. Some bloggers even turned their passion for travel into a full-time career, working with travel brands and creating sponsored content. However, with the onset of the pandemic and the resulting travel restrictions, many bloggers found themselves unable to continue their travels as they had before. Many were forced to cancel their plans...
I'm Desmond Langkilde, a limber 63 year young fossil, a travel writer, and a dreamer. I have a dream that's born of passion, nurtured through countless hours, even years, of planning, budgetting, and grant funding application rejections. And still the Dream persists! Undaunted by others who consider the Dream to be fanciful, unrealistic, or just plain crazy. If your dreams are similar, then I'm in good company. This is a long story. So sit back, grab a coffee (or your favourite tipple), and read on as I share my dream with you. Then, at the end, make a comment. Be critical. Share your dream. How did you overcome setbacks to turn your dream into reality? After all, I'm posting this to get feedback and inspiration from the Travel Massive community (or anyone you care to share this post with). 👉 So, here's my dream; to walk the entire Africa coastline, including the continents' islands - 40 countries, 40,000km, 52 million steps. And while walking, to tell Africas' stories. Storie...