Guest writers

Salar de Uyuni Bolivia

Why guest writers?

Since Bunch of Backpackers wants to give you a complete overview of destinations and tips (and I haven’t been everywhere), I have decided to accept specific guest posts from fellow travelers. And I’m happy I did! Different stories, different destinations and different perspectives are making Bunch of Backpackers even better. To assure quality, guest posts are mostly on invitation and always by established travel bloggers (with exception of the money matters series which is created by non-blogging travel friends).

Become a guest writer!

At this moment we only accept guest posts from established travel bloggers for our popular Sleep less, dream more series in which we share uncommon sleeping places and circumstances travelers encountered during their trip. If interested, please send an email to bunchofbackpackers[at]gmail[dot]com.

I’d like to thank these travel writers for their story in the Sleep Less, Dream More series! 

Agness and Cez of eTramping – A wooden house in Fenghuang and more

Antonette of We12Travel – Sleeping under the wings of the active Eyjafjallajökull volcano

Britany of Stars on the Ceiling – Stormy Sleep in Kazakhstan

Charlie of Charlie on Travel – Jungle Tipis in Costa Rica

Claudia of My Adventures Across the World – (Almost) breaking the rules: sleeping on a beach in San Blas

Cristina of Chronicles of a Travel Addict – Sleep Less, Dream More – The Perils of Overnight Travel in Cambodia

Elena of Elena’s Travelgram – A night at a deserted island in Indonesia

Heidi of Wagoners Abroad – The Night Train through Thailand

Jeff of Keyboard & Compass – A Stranger in the Sechura

Jessica of MJ Sailing – Sea, Storm and a Sleepless Night

Jessica and Hai of Notes of Nomads – The Spooning Bus in Laos

Jono of See Something – Sleep Less, Adventure More

Karlijn of Karlijn Travels – On a (almost) deserted Filipino island

Laura of What About Her – Find yourself in the deserts of magical Jordan

Lesh and Jazza of NOMADasaurus – Surprising results: camping on the beach

Lia and Bart of  World of Food – Sleepless in the most quiet village of China

Margherita of the Crowded Planet – Under a canopy in Hasankeyf

Megan of Mapping Megan – Sleeping above the clouds, Mt. Kilimanjaro

Nastia and Illia of Crazzzy Travel – A night in a Long Neck tribe hut

Nichola of Global Mouse Travels – St Briavels Castle, England

Paula and Gordon of the Contented Traveller – A Houseboat In Amsterdam

Penny of the Travelling Penster – Over-the-Water Bungalows in Paradise

Ruth of Exploramum –  Sleeping in a Tree House

Sofie of Wonderful Wanderings – On a Boat without Engine

Stephen Lioy of MonkBoughtLunch – Met by moonlight on the Crete E4

Tikva of Gezin op Reis – Falling stars and farting camels

Furthermore, I’d like to thank these heroes for their article in one of the other series!

Dave of Cook Sip Go – How to arrange a budget Kenyan safari?

Grietje of Travel by Polaroid – Several posts on Myanmar and hitchhiking. 

Kirsty of Black Frog Publishing – A BoB top 10: Why You Should Go Overlanding 

Mari of Lifeswanderlust – Top things to do in Ao Nang and Krabi

Saskia of Groeten Uit – 5 best things to do in Lamu

Andrea – Birdwatching in Kenya – Tips by a bird nerd!

And finally, I’d like to express my gratitude to the following awesome travelers who kept their travel expenses for the Money Matters series: 

Abbi – Singapore

Arthur – Philippines

Ashvin & Tapashia – Bolivia, Ecuador

Bruce – Japan

David – Guatemala, Cuba, Mexico

Emily – Vietnam

Floris – Peru, Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, South America

Grietje – Philippines

Irina – Sri Lanka 

Lisanne – Southeast Asia

Mies – Colombia 

Vincent – USA

Jannet & Ralf – Argentina

Shaun – Thailand

Margherita – Madagascar

And the other contributors who wished to remain anonymous!