With most countries having their borders shut and under quarantine, there’s no way that we are able to go overseas and travel for the time being. But you can still feed your travel bug from the comfort of your own home!

There are plenty of travel shows and channels on YouTube that can let you explore different cities and cultures online. And until the coronavirus pandemic is over, this is the next best thing. Look forward to your future adventures with these YouTube Travel Channels.

1. Somewhere Devine – Parents will be able to relate instantly to the Devine family’s YouTube channel, hosted by couple Brad and Hailey Devine. Watch them bring their kids around the globe to explore countries like Japan and even Disneyworld!

Link: www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ1eOHDT-C3AVbfjJr2bZOA

2. Ben Brown – Ben Brown is an Aussie daredevil with over 700K subscribers to his channel. Aside from the usual vlog-style content, he also hooks viewers in with POV and drone shots that offer a unique view of his travels all over the world.

Link: www.youtube.com/user/benbrown100/videos

3. Mark Weins Migrationology – For the road less traveled, Mark Wiens’s YouTube channel is the one to check out! Join him as he explores the unconventional, like trying street food in Cambodia and playing local games in Pakistan.

Link: www.youtube.com/channel/UCLsw0HR0js3B1UdDP7Q4q8Q/videos

4. PPPeter – If you prefer watching YouTubers getting a first-hand experience of best and worst rated places, you and the family can enjoy PPPeter’s channel. From cafes to hotels in Eastern Europe, he puts them to the test in his videos. He also has a 40-video long playlist of his African adventure that is thoroughly enjoyable.

Link: www.youtube.com/channel/UCnHEz9DZ6EAof1-DaQGD_Xw/videos

5. Lost LeBlanc – Created by avid traveler Christian LeBlanc, his travel channel boasts extremely scenic shots of hotspot destinations that will stir up your wanderlust! From exploring Mexico on a budget of $350 to seeing the Northern Lights, you’ll feel like you’re overseas without even leaving your home.

Link: www.youtube.com/channel/UCt_NLJ4McJlCyYM-dSPRo7Q/videos

6. Fearless and Far – Mike Corey’s travel videos take on an alternative approach with crazy self-challenges like walking on dangerous bridges and scuba diving with crocodiles – not for the fainthearted! He also updates his channel twice weekly.

Link: www.youtube.com/user/friskyb/videos

7. Grrrltraveler – This one’s for all the independent women! Christine Kaaloa mostly travels solo, but you’ll feel like you’re right there with her as she explores everything including food, culture, and accommodations in a super relatable fashion.

Link: www.youtube.com/user/ckaaloa/videos

8. Brendan van Son – If taking gorgeous photos when you travel is your top priority, then check out Brendan van Son’s YouTube channel. He sheds light on how to take the most stunning photos for popular sites like Antelope Canyon and Iceland’s Diamond Beach using various equipment. Link: www.youtube.com/user/bvans890/videos

9. The Bucket List Family – With over a million subscribers, The Bucket List Family is one of the most popular family travel channels. Watch how they navigate around the world with 3 kids, whether it’s on land, sea, or sky.

Link: www.youtube.com/channel/UCuAHfJyWROB4XRReS43EWUw/videos

10. The Planet D – Sometimes all we need are videos that will help us plan our future itineraries! The Planet D does exactly that and shares “Things To Do” and “Best Of” features for countries including Alaska, China, and Australia.

Link: www.youtube.com/user/wegobyebye/videos

Want more? Check out these other great travel channels!

Expert Vagabond www.youtube.com/channel/UCaZNT50RGWwsS8IqHuMuZrA

Kara and Nate www.youtube.com/channel/UC4ijq8Cg-8zQKx8OH12dUSw

Gone With The Wynns - www.youtube.com/user/gonewiththewynns/videos

Knorpp and South - www.youtube.com/channel/UCG2c4aUF3EoLwskydOBrrUw

Vagabrothers www.youtube.com/user/vagabrothers/featured