Ten New UK Travel Blogs in Trips100


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The Trips100 community is growing every month. As of October 2018, we have now passed over 2,500 community members!

As a community grows, it’s hard sometimes for new blogs to be noticed, so today we’re sharing six UK travel blogs that are brand new to the Trips100 travel bloggers’ community.

We hope you’ll pop by and say “hello” to these fab new influencers.

Less Stress More Travel

Karl, the author of Less Stress More Travel, is an anxious traveller. Diagnosed with General Anxiety Disorder in 2012, he knows first-hand that travel can be stressful, uncomfortable and panicked.

The blog is packed with posts designed to help other people with anxiety experience travel without the stress. Karl hopes to inspire travellers to take journeys that are relaxing, rejuvenating and inspiring. “After travelling like this, you return to life with renewed perspective and equipped to conquer the universe,” he says.

Vic Advisor

Vic is a freelance graphic designer by day, and lives in Cardiff with her partner, and their rescue dog. She has a passion for travel, and goes away as often as her job and budget allow! With upcoming trips to Prague, Singapore, Bali and Flores, Vic Advisor is a blog that we think is definitely going places!

Travel Lobsters

Family travel blogger Angela loves to travel with her partner and their 13-year-old son. The Travel Lobsters blog has stacks of destination guides featuring popular destinations such as Majorca and Tenerife, along with long-haul destinations such as Thailand. There’s also an e-book, a shop selling Lightroom pre-sets, and advice on travel insurance, schooling and travel on a budget.

Where are we off to Now?

This family travel blog charts the journeys of Michael and Nicola, who are aiming to show their daughter Megan 99 countries before she turns 18. So far the family has explored France, Spain, Monaco, the USA – and loads more. Their most recent adventure was to Koh Phi Phi in Thailand.

Words About Travel

The Words about Travel blog focuses on “unique cultural travel experiences” and author Alex has certainly travelled the world. Currently this Irish blogger is based in Australia but admits she doesn’t like to stay in any one place too long. With gorgeous photography and a unique take on destinations, it’s a travel blog not to be missed!

Shoot From the Trip

Dylan, creator of Shoot from the Trip, loves to explore new destinations. Along the way he captures extraordinary moments and images. In “real life” Dylan works as a design engineer, but in his spare time he loves to travel and develop his photography. Whether it’s in the UK or overseas, the blog focuses on places and experiences off the beaten track, meeting new people, and sharing new stories.


Sally is the founder of Trips100, along with several other blogging communities. She's a keen traveller and loves exploring the world with her 9 year old daughter and sidekick, Flea.

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As you've likely heard and seen, there's an increasing focus on the authenticity of follower growth and engagement on social platforms across the Influencer Marketing community. The platforms themselves have taken measures to deter inauthentic activity and brands now more closely scrutinise the audiences of the influencers with whom they are partnering.

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