For many relationships, the idea of travelling the world is a daunting prospect that’s best avoided (we’ve all heard the story of that couple that broke up a few weeks in, having paid for everything – eek). For many of these couples though, travelling is not only something they’ve perfected together but also turned into a career! Here are our favourite travel blogging couples to follow.
Telling that increasingly common story of selling everything to explore the world, Simon and Erin have been travelling for an impressive 5 years. Brimming with experience and a destination list which would make Bear Grylls jealous, this nomadic couple offer great insight into a vast amount of places whether you’re planning a 4 day break or a never-ending voyage.
Food-lovers and keen travellers, these guys offer a varied destination list and due to the arrival of their adorable daughter, an even more niche reading appeal! Take inspiration from their list of free toddler activities and drool-worthy food snaps.
This London-based pairing provide an artsy (you need only look at their website to see this) and honest account of their travelling experiences. Expect beautiful photos (Steve is a filmmaker after all), well-written posts and some great interviews.
Whether you’re after a European city guide or some intimate faraway snaps, Beers and Beans has got it covered. Taking each day as it comes, Beth and Randy make a dynamic duo and are almost as adorable as their 10 pound pooch Chachy.
Perhaps one of the trend-setters for the recent boom in full-time travelling, Tony and Thomas quit their jobs to wander in 2007. Ever since they’ve trekked, dived, kayaked and camped their way through 41 countries. Do they even have a bucket list left?!
This blogging couple offer some great travelling tips as well as an extensive bucket list which you can keep an eye on as they plough through it. With spontaneity playing a key part in their planning, who knows where they will be heading off to next!
Revati and Charles are a married couple from Mumbai who work as advertising professionals by day and professional bloggers by night. Their approach to travel is to try and seek out the path less trodden whether that’s a wine tour when city-breaking in Barcelona, or simply taking the time to step out of the car when driving through Tuscany.
Offering a dual-perspective, couple travel blogs are great for getting different sides of the story. If you’re planning a trip with your partner, let us know by commenting below!