Filipino Travel Bloggers We Love

 

They’ll show you how big the world is and inspire you to explore it

 

 

Ever since budget airlines came into the picture, travelling has become a favored pastime. But while we set out time and money to explore other places, it just never seems to be enough. Fortunately, it’s also gotten easier to see glimpses of our bucket list destinations care of some of our favorite travel bloggers.

 

Kimi Juan

Kimi Juan curates Escape Journal with her boyfriend, Thomas Caja. Photography is their specialty and it definitely shows in their feed. Kimi has a particular eye for using natural landscapes to frame her subjects and her use of natural lightning makes everything seem so refreshing.

 

Photos via Instagram/KimiJuan

 

Gael Hilotin

She’s visited 81 provinces in the Philippines and has been all around Asia, so Gael Hilotin knows what she’s talking about. She posts practical tips for the solo traveler (don’t worry, you can work them into your group travels, too) that you may have never even considered before.

 

Photos via Instagram/ThePinaySoloBackpacker

 

Wil Dasovich

Seeing the same place through new eyes is always refreshing and this is exactly what Wil Dasovich manages to do. He gets into the heart of all the places he visits and does the craziest things, like eating rats and jumping off of planes.

 

Photos via Instagram/WilDasovich 

 

Gay Mitra-Emami

Say hello to our #MomGoals. Gay Mitra-Emami is a self-proclaimed mom-who-travels-too-much whose main goal seems to be opening her daughter’s eyes to what the world really has to offer. And while she’s at it, she’s opening our eyes, too.

 

Photos via Instagram/PinayTravelJunkie

 

Angely Dub

Angely Dub doesn’t have her own travel blog, but as the founder and president of Access Travel and Tours, you know she has one of the best Instagram feeds out there. Besides, she has the photography background to back it up.  

 

Photos via Instagram/AngelyDub

 

Take cues from and keep your eyes on these travel bloggers and take their advice to heart—you won’t regret it.