6 travel vloggers you should check out

Onyinye Okonkwo
6 travel vloggers you should check out
6 travel vloggers you should check out

Travel vloggers/bloggers have made planning a vacation this summer season so much easier. Their visual content of places acts as a guide for people travelling solo or with a group of friends. And you can experience a place just by watching their videos or reading their content.

This is why we have curated seven African travel bloggers who explore and share the beauty of the African continent and the world.

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Unravelling Nigeria

Unravelling Nigeria - Travel Vlogger

Unravelling Nigeria was born to show off the country’s tourism potential and travel trends. This Instagram handle, and their go-to site is for all things Nigerian Tourism. Their social media handle gives you relevant information and focuses on telling Nigerian travel stories, unravelling Nigeria’s gems, and online travel resources, serving as a travel curator and help to organise private trips.

Tayo Aina

Tayo Aina - travel vlogger
Tayo Aina

Tayo Aina is a Nigerian travel content creator who has travelled to several countries around the world. He is known for the travel content he creates mainly on his YouTube channel, which has over 427,000 subscribers. For his work, Tayo Aina won the Future Awards Africa Prize for Content Creation in 2022. 

TVP Adventures

TVP adventures, with a cumulated following of about 20,000 across all social media, is a travel and tour company that organises tours to other parts of the world especially Africa. TVP was founded by Funmi Oyatogun, a travel enthusiast and blogger. TVP adventures describes itself as the world’s most colourful travel company and was founded in 2016 as a one-stop shop for exciting travel experiences across Africa and the Middle East. Their social media handles are a good resource for anyone planning to travel or organising a group tour. 

Miss Josey

Miss Josey is a Ugandan travel vlogger who travels to various countries and explores the cultures, traditions and everything in between. She has travelled to most African countries and shares her experiences in these countries. She has over 55,000 subscribers on YouTube. If you want to access first-hand information about African and Asian countries, we recommend Miss Josey for first-hand information on what it takes to travel to some of these countries. 

Tosin Oyewole

Tosin Oyewole is a travel blogger whose Instagram handle documents his travel in beautiful pictures and videos on Instagram. Tosin shares his travel adventures and experiences with his almost 5,000 Instagram followers. Tosin’s Instagram isn’t all about beautiful pictures, he also shares other content and information that inspires you and gives you relevant information on how best to prepare for travel. 

Jessica Ufoma

Jesica Ufoma is a traveller and one of the biggest travel bloggers in Nigeria, with about 69,000 followers on Instagram and a travel blog theufuoma.com where she shares tips on how to monetise your passion for travel. The blog provides links to everything you need to know to start your travel adventure.

Her social media handle is a great resource for budding travel bloggers as there is access to her mailing list for exclusive content, travel tips, and resources.

Ufoma is a travel coach and recently launched her third e-book where she reveals some of the strategies and tactics that have aided her to grow her travel brand.

The aim of the e-book, she says, is to “share these lessons and growth tactics to help others looking to do the same. I remember just starting and being utterly confused on my next steps“, concluding that this is the resource she wished she had.

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