Youtube, the website contains millions of videos about all aspects of life. Travel is also a field directed by many vloggers, to bring the user the most interesting. With the following youtube channels, you will enjoy the most authentic things about life, culture, as well as the world’s landscape.
Notably from Lonely Planet, Trip Films, and the Travel Film Archive.
I hope the short travel films you’ll find on these channels will encourage you to start planning your own crazy adventures around the world.
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Matthew Karsten is the king of adventure travel doing everything from diving with sharks in South Africa (without a cage) to trekking solo across Greenland. If you want inspiration or need some motivation to get your lazy butt off the couch, check out his videos that he’s posted from his past five years of traveling around the world.
Fun For Louis
Louis Cole initially started out enthralling (and grossing out) viewers with his adventurous ability to eat every odd delicacy that was dead or alive. Today, this U.K. travel vlogger has taken to daily vlogs of his life, inspiring viewers to live the adventure.
A well-loved travel hero of YouTube, not only does he make binge watching addictive, but he incorporates 360 degree video and has his fans introduce his videos.
Story Travelers is a collective of artists who share interesting travel experiences through beautiful visual storytelling, and they do it very well. Their passion for travel is obvious while watching their videos.
Marko and Alex are a pair of travel addict brothers who film their experiences to share with others. Learning about the world through the people in it. Their personality and humor will have you tuning in on a regular basis.
Cailin was one of the first travel bloggers/YouTubers we ever discovered. Coming from a film and TV background she puts a lot of information and personality into her videos. Cailin is a fellow Canuck who has a great sense of humor and a talent for storytelling. Coming from a film and tv background, she makes her travel videos feel like a proper documentary like one of our favorites the Tomatino Festival.
Stoked for Saturday
Stoked for Saturday just won the TBCAsia best travel video award so they are certainly doing everything right. They’ve even helped out some of the best travel videographers out there supporting Devon Supertramp during his trip to New Zealand.
The Planet D
Dave & Deb have been traveling the world for years, getting into all kinds of crazy adventures. From cycling through Africa to camping in Antarctica, they record it all on video for us to see.
Another new find for me, Mike is probably putting together some of the best travel videos on YouTube. He’s got a creative eye for video work, and presents topics in a fun & personable way.
David’s Been Here
David roams the planet with a camera, giving you quick & simple facts about the many locations he visits. He’s got over 1300 videos on his channel, so depending what country you’re interested in, odds are high that David’s been there.
Pause The Moment
Ryan’s videos are full of adventure, energy, cool soundtracks, & slick editing. He also reviews products and creates “how to” video guides related to travel. There’s always something cool to watch.
I hope you enjoyed my choices for some of the best YouTube travel channels to follow! Feel free to share your favorites in the comments.
Thanks so much, and happy travels!