Why work with a travel blogger?
People are turning to blogs more and more for inspiration and trusted advice when it comes to planning their travels. They want to discover if the destinations and hotels in glossy magazines and on flashy websites really are as good as they seem. In other words, they’re looking for the truth, and that’s where the travel blogger comes in. As well as writing about destinations, accommodation and tours, a good blogger will introduce personality to the tales, and thus build a strong relationship with their audience. People follow those they can trust, and the Conversant Traveller blog is nothing if not totally honest.
The travel blog really is the new way to research and advertise holiday destinations!
Download our Conversant Traveller Media Kit 2017 for more information.
So what is Conversant Traveller?
Conversant Traveller is a blog founded in 2013 by Heather Cole during a Saharan camel trek in Morocco. Today it receives over 228,000 visits each year, from travellers all over the world, with the majority from the UK and the US.
Geared towards adventurous landscape exploration and quirky luxury accommodation, Conversant Traveller provides travellers with real and honest experiences, destination tips and observational discussion. Focussing on unique and unusual experiences, and high quality local accommodation, the blog is the perfect platform to assist other people in achieving their own travel aspirations.
With a solid background in the travel industry and an education in history and physical geography, I like to think I have a strong affinity with the natural world. A creative writer for many years, I have written a book on local history and been featured in National Geographic Traveller, and Wanderlust Magazine.
At the age of 36, I have visited 35 countries across 5 continents, always travelling independently with my husband Peter, who is the blog photographer. Together we have camped with Bedouin in the Sahara, trekked through knee-high mud in the jungles of Borneo, swum with sharks in the Galapagos, ploughed fields with buffalo in Laos, hugged trees in Peru and been caught in shoot-outs in Lesotho. We’ve also slept in numerous castles, stayed at luxury safari lodges and enjoyed the attention of private butlers.
It’s all about adventure by day, and luxury by night.
How can we Partner?
Let us promote your brand.
We are open to working with travel companies and organisations to find new experiences to share with our wide range of adventurous traveller readers who also enjoy a bit of luxury.
We are happy to consider:
- press trips
- brand partnerships
- accommodation and tour reviews
- restaurant reviews
- product reviews
- sponsored articles
All partnership work must be in line with the blog ethos – “adventure by day, luxury by night”.
This list is not exhaustive, and we are more than willing to discuss other partnership ideas that would work for your brand.
Please note we do not accept guest posts on Conversant Traveller.
Some of our partners:
Host Unusual, English Heritage, Craghoppers, Strasbourg Tourism, Visit Totnes, Wild Morocco, The White Tower of Taymouth Castle, La Maison Arabe, Palombeta Speedboats, Governor’s Mansion Sri Lanka, Sofitel, Maxwell Scott Bags, North Star Club, El Camino Bracelets, Accor Hotels, Pullman Hotels, One Aldwych London, IHG Intercontinental Hotels Group, Basel Tourism, City of Wonders, The Passage Basel, Dar Najmat, Trespass, Big Berry, Riad Assakina, Villa Aqua Dunhinda, Riad Camilia, Dar Al Hossoun, Dar Liouba, Hotel D Strasbourg, Suite di Giulietta Verona, Robocopp Alarms, Clever Travel Companion, Perfect Honeymoons Abroad.
For more details of what we can offer, download a copy of the Conversant Traveller Media Kit 2017.
In accordance with ethical blogging practices, all content and reviews posted on Conversant Traveller will be totally honest about the experience, and include a sponsorship notation at the end.
For more information on any of the above, or to discuss your own ideas, please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org