Brand Soulmates: YouTube’s Top 10 Travel Vloggers

Brand Soulmates: YouTube’s Top 10 Travel Vloggers


Wanderlust. Since the dawn of time it’s
haunted every domestic otamatone among us. But no more. Because the kindly travelers of the world can now share their enlightened views with all of us
through the magic of the internet. So it’s time to strap on your safari hat
and shine up that walking stick as we bring YouTube’s best traveling vloggers.
I’m Andrew Volpe and this is your ION top 10 list. Kicking us off at number 10 we have frugal traveler and former island owner, Graham Hughes. That’s right, this Ginger Globetrotter’s adventures visiting all 201 countries on the cheap without
flying earned him nearly 20,000 subscribers in a year of owning his very
own island. Are number nine influencer Davidsbeenhere is fighting the good
fight for the off the beaten path places endeavoring to show you there’s much
more to the world than those old bucket list spots. He’s earned himself a
plentiful 25,000 subscribers. And in this totally not jealous at all guys mind, the
right to carve David’sbeenhere anywhere he wants. I want to carve
David’sbeenhere everywhere. Tag teaming for the number
eight spot is the Vagabrothers. These two internationally inclined broselfs
show their seventy thousand plus viewers to travel in style on a budget while having
the time of their lives. Their Vagabonds, their brothers, their Vaga brothers. Someone’s gotta make a kids cartoon out of that. I’m just saying. Leading us to the seventh spot our guide
masters Samuel and Audrey. These two travelers first-hand accounts of the
best foods, games, cities and more are the go-to source for the more than 25,000
subscribers. Coming in at number six, the prisoner. No wait wrong number six that’s an obscure reference. It’s Kristin Sarah! Delighting her 60,000 followers with
tales of her epic travels, this exalted Empress of the excursion has the inside
scoop on all the biggest sightseeing secrets. She can even help you get
through that dreaded bus poop. Bring in the heart to fifth place is Gareth
Leonard and his channel traveled deeper. Whether spending a year in Brazil,
passing through the Middle East, or chasing the adrenaline rush, Gareth
encourages his followers to forget the tourist traps mix with the locals and
find human connection through challenging yourself to be uncomfortable
in a new place. Shouldn’t be hard I’m uncomfortable at
all times. Just nip in the back end of the top three, our
number four traveler is Hey Nadine! That’s right. Bringing more than just your typical how
to’s and travel tip, Nadine has earned herself over 200,000 subscribers. With videos about everything from traveling
as a vegan to scoring cheap flights to even turning her vacation into charity.
Speaking of which, I’d like to go to the beach to save orphans. Can we hook that
up. Not to get all serious and deep, but our second runner-up JacksGap started
his channel as your typical traveling vlog adventure story and found himself
taking on a juggernaut. Climate change. Well his efforts have not been ignored,
it earned him over four million subscribers in a place in this man’s
heart. This man’s heart. I don’t know where my heart is. In second place we have Ben Brown. A
British filmmaker and traveling enthusiasts who keeps himself busy
living the sweet life and he’s not at all afraid to share it. Any of it. I mean like at all. You see
everything. And taking the top spot this week, it’s not
even a question, with over one and a half million subscribers it’s FunForLouis.
Seemingly on the top of every vlog list lately, he skates the world, road trips
the world and has really great dreads. All the while though he’s giving us a
glimpse into the ultimate wanderlust fantasy and we love him for it. Be sure to like this video subscribe to
[a]listdaily and leave a comment with your favorite traveling logger videos.
And for help unpacking your brand story visit ION.CO. I’m Andrew Volpe and
this was your ION Top 10 List.

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