Travelling is fun but travelling alone is also daring, exciting and testing your limits. Travelling alone to known and unknown routes of the world and exploring the beauty of natural and manmade marvels is what solo men do. Luckily, these solo men travellers are kind enough to pin down their experiences and share it with the community of travel enthusiasts to give their imaginations wings of facts, knowledge and understanding. Just like every year, here we have compiled a list of Top Soloman Travel Blogs 2018 for you to bust the bubble of monotony and explore the world to satiate your wanderlust.
The ETLR Blog: The ETLR Blog id dedicated to Eat, Travel, Live, Repeat. Established by Arnav Mathur, the blog is for people passionate about travel. A civil engineer by qualification, Arnav shares some incredible travel tales, food trail stories, and traveling tips that he has tried himself. He started the blog in 2016 and have made it richer since then.
Usandeep :Sandeep Unnimadhavan welcomes you to his blog, a place where you can read and experience about the best and unexplored treks and destinations. He is a travel enthusiasts with passion to discover the lesser known destinations and share his experiences with his readers. From South India to North India and East India to West side of the Nation, he has visited some of the most adventurous treks and written about them.
Kriss weblog :Kriss founded the blog in 2006 and since then he has been adding incredible stories on-board. It is a travel and lifestyle blog wherein you get amazing information about traveling, fashion and food. Rich content, latest information and quality pictures make this blog amazing.
Amitsrivastava :Amit Srivastava’s blog is dedicated to travel, books and reading and science & technology. He writes amazing travelogues, book reviews and science blogs for his readers. He shares really intriguing stories that keep the readers engaged.
Lucid Kiwi :Lucid Kiwi is a blog set up and maintained by Alex Gillespie, a 24-year-old man who loves traveling across the globe and writing down his experiences with the rest of the world. He was born and brought up in New Zealand and started backpacking after he got bored with his life as a foreman in a company. Today he is an inspiration to hundreds of people.
Sid-thewanderer :Sidhartha, often called as Sid, is a Indian designer and blogger who loves to travel. He also happens to be a photographer and so you can find some amazing pictures all over his blogs. He shares his experiences to ensure people get inspired and have even more wonderful journeys of their own.
Digitalsumit :Sumit Sharma is a full-time digital marketer who finds his passion in traveling and blogging about his experiences. His blog is dedicated to share his knowledge and expertise of digital marketing, events, updates, travel experiences and more.
Johnmcevoy :Way As Way isn’t a conventional blog but the experiences of a man who loves to travel. Born and brought up in Ireland, John has a lot of life experiences to share that can inspire, motivate or help others in one way or other. He loves writing, sharing videos, pictures and documenting things to share it with his readers.
Solo Backpacker :It was started by Avanish Kumar Maurya who is a storyteller. Whenever he gets free time , e steps out from his cacoon , to search his soul , to explore a new place and tell a new story. He like to do whatever his heart says , it can be road trekking , photography , river chasing etc.
Prasad Gupte : Prasad is a Product Manager , UX and agile devotee and a geek. His love for traveling has survived an era of backbreaking business trips. He loves spending time with family and friends. According to him , gastronomy is his gift to the progeny , street food being the crown jewel. He likes to share his experiences through his blog.
My Travel Tales : My Travel Tales blog was started by Krishna Srivastva Nimmarrju of Hyedrabad. This blog is a good source of information for destination and adventure traveling . It covers adventures like river rafting , bungy jumping , scuba diving , para gliding etc.