Travelxp, the leading travel channel, is always at the top of its game. From just being a channel to launching its own OTT, Travelxp Watch, it has been a heck of a journey. Just three days ago, Travelxp suggested eight travel YouTube series, which I must say, are worth binge-watching!
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Let’s get into details about the mentioned travel YouTube series. Shall we?
1. Gobble | Travel Series | Bazaar Travels
Started just a year ago in 2020, the ever-gorgeous and charming Barkha Singh hosted Gobble’s Bazaar Travels season 1. This travel series is about the iconic Indian bazaars known for their heritage, culture, and trends. With four episodes, Barkha visited the famous bazaars in Delhi, Kolkata, Jaipur, and Jodhpur.
As stated by Gobble on its YouTube channel, “The show captures the journey of Barkha Singh who travels to some of India’s oldest, very unique, and most popular markets. Each of these markets are distinct and have been shopping destinations for decades. In a world where fast fashion is the norm, Bazaar Travels brings to the audience the best of handicrafts, artisans and local markets. It’s a great watch for those who love shopping tourism, budget shopping, and travel in general.”
2. Indigo Traveller
With 83.8K followers on Instagram and 1.02 million subscribers on YouTube, Nick Fisher a.k.a Indigo Traveller, the New Zealand vlogger explores the lesser-known part of the world. He explained his goal on his Instagram bio and YouTube channel, “Travelling misunderstood parts of the planet, showing the human side of what we read in the headlines.”
Till now, he has been to India, Libya, Lebanon, Chernobyl, Honduras, Brazil, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Somalia, Venezuela, Iraq, North Korea, South Africa, Iran, Kenya, Ethiopia, Azerbaijan, Nepal, Kazakhstan, Egypt, Bangladesh, Armenia, Georgia, Macedonia, Cambodia, Morocco, Ukraine, Malta, Albania, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Hungary, Slovakia, Vietnam, and so on. The list is just endless.
3. The Endless Adventure
The Endless Adventure covers food, fun, and travel content throughout various destinations. As stated by Eric and Allison on their YouTube channel, they are “a travel couple on a journey to find the most interesting places and unique foods this planet has to offer!” Further, they expressed, “We’ve traded in our steady paychecks and permanent home for a life of travel and adventure. Come along and see the world with us!” The couple has visited England, Europe, Central America, South East Asia, North America, and so on. They have 500K subscribers on YouTube and 61.9K followers on Instagram.
4. Bald and Bankrupt
Mr. Bald’s YouTube channel, Bald and Bankrupt covers the lands in former Soviet. With 3.09 million subscribers, pretty much all his videos have hit a million views. Apart from that, he has another YouTube channel which he had started in January 2021, Daily Bald. With 550K subscribers, Mr. Bald stated on Instagram that it’s a “place for shorter under five minute vlogs and behind the scenes videos.” Btw, he has 262K followers on Instagram.
5. Tripoto | World of MG: Homecoming
With three seasons, Aisha Ahmed and Ayush Mehra hosted Tripoto’s World of MG: Homecoming, where they embarked on an epic road trip to discover local food, beautiful traditions, and even themselves. In the first season, they travelled across South India. For the second season, they explored North-East India and in the third season, they visited Rajasthan, a state in Northern India.
6. The Budgeteers
The Budgeteers, comprising the three solo travellers Paddy, Thys, and Lina were acclaimed to be the Best Travel Vloggers in 2019. With 117K subscribers on YouTube and 15.6K followers on Instagram, they create travel documentaries based on adventure and budget challenges.
Belonging from the UK, Paddy is an international primary school teacher. Thys, a video producer and digital artist, is from Belgium. Lastly, Lina from Colombia is a dance and fitness instructor. They have been to places like South East Asia, Central America, India, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Taiwan, Morocco, Mae Hong Son, Kazakhstan, and so on.
7. The Caravan Chronicles | Home
Ankita Kumar and Sharanya Iyer’s van life journal, The Caravan Chronicles brought something refreshing in the travel content scene. As two petite solo travellers from India, they embarked on an epic 30 days journey across India during summer 2019. Creating a caravanning revolution in India, these two content creators did the unimaginable with their trooper, Luna. In ‘Home’, their first episode of Caravan Chronicles 2.0, they explored Sikkim, a state in North East India. The Caravan Chronicles has 17.4K subscribers on YouTube and 18.4K followers on Instagram.
8. Tanya Khanijow | Solo in Paro Bhutan
Tanya Khanijow from New Delhi, India, is a solo traveller who’s into blogging, vlogging, filmmaking, and entrepreneurship. She has 733K subscribers on YouTube, 8.5K followers on Twitter, and 365K followers on Instagram. On Pinterest, she has 1.9K followers with 197.4K monthly views. This Delhi YouTuber also has a blog that consists of lifestyle, travel, and YouTube content. Check out her blog page by tapping HERE!
In ‘Solo in Paro Bhutan’, she vlogged her experience in Paro, the first part of her road trip in Bhutan. From her lodging to expenses, she captured it all. All the details of her trip are there in the descriptive box. Deserving to be an inspiration, she has travelled to various places in Asia, Africa, Europe, and North America.
Travelxp did a commendable job in recommending these epic travel creators and YouTube series. They definitely are worth binge-watching, that too, right from the comfort of your home! Also, have a look at ‘The Gypsies’: Krissan & Benafsha hosted Travel Show by Travelxp.