TWIN BROTHERS REACH OUT TO TALENTED ADVENTURE TRAVEL BLOGGERS
Twin brothers, Simon Raven and Chris Raven, broke onto the travel scene in 2003 when they drove from the UK to Vladivostok in a $500 Ford Sierra. Their second book 'Driving the Trans-Siberian' was the catalyst for a decade of travel writing and photography that has taken them to the far reaches of the planet.
Now focusing their attention on their latest project tripsideways.com, the adventure travel magazine for the independent traveller, the brothers aim to harness the power of a new wave of talent that has found a voice on the internet.
"Making a living from travel writing and photography has become challenging," Said Simon Raven, "but that hasn't stopped the determined pioneers, or travel addicted out there who traverse the planet everyday in search of the ultimate photograph or off the beaten track destination. Our goal with tripsideways.com is to unite the best of these talented and persistent travel wander's who are flooding the micro-stock photo agencies with world class photography.
Chris Raven added. "There's a world of inspiration out there. Go and see the Taj Mahal, but while you're in India why not trip sideways and visit the lesser visited Sasan Gir Wildlife Sanctuary in Gujarat and see the rare Asiatic lion at close quarters. Our aim with tripsideways.com is to point those who yearn to travel in the right direction with informative travel writing and photography that gets to the heart of a destination."
"With more people travelling the globe than ever before, often on their second or third round the world adventure, the thirst for off the beaten track travel knowledge has never been in such great demand." Said Simon.
Chris added. "Part of the experience of travelling is escaping the tourists and meeting the locals. With first hand reports from real people in the field, we hope to bring some of the planets lesser visited destinations to life."
To submit your work for promotion on tripsideways.com as an adventure travel blogger in the spotlight, email a link to: email@example.com
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