Have you ever heard of travel bloggers?Have you ever imagined a life with a snapshot of an adventurous life?
As a Muslim, before traveling there are a lot of hurdles to overcome. Some would even lose interest during the process. Luckily there are great role models who prove it is possible to travel comfortably as a Muslim and provide all the ins and outs on the topic. Whether you are sure to plan a trip or just want to know the possibilities, here are 5 Muslim globetrotters with stories that will awaken your wanderlust!
Meet Zain and Huda.
They are couples living in the United States and show the travelling life of an American. So far, they have traveled to more than 200 cities and are looking forward to more travels. They also have a bucket list of 200 Muslim friendly activities they’re trying to finish.
Zain and Huda’s blog will surely inspire you to enjoy travels to the fullest.
Muslim Travel Girl
She is the founder of Muslim Travel Girl and she is great with what she does. Her blog is mainly centered on topics raised by Muslim travelers raised in the Western world. She also gives general information about destinations as well as budget travelling tips about hijab free holidays.
Her stories and tip will definitely inspire you to become an independent spirit.
The Tudung Traveler
Meet Atikah Amalina.
She is from Tudung Traveler. Her blog is centered on inspirational write-ups to motivate people to travel or to follow their dreams. Her stories gives an in-dept of life and would definitely move you.
The lessons she learnt whilst travelling solo will surely be helpful.
Her blog is mainly centered on her journey moving to Spain and the process of learning the language. It also shows the hardships Kareemah had to overcome before being able to travel care-free are related to some of us Muslims and non-Muslims, such as dealing with strict parents. She provides great tips on how to find common ground with your parents, but also useful tips on being a solo traveler.
Have Halal Will Travel (HHWT)
Have Halal Will Travel (HHWT) shows Muslim friendly restaurants in homogeneous countries such as South Korea or Japan much easier.
Their site also provides activities located nearby the halal food joints.
These above listed blogs build bridges of understanding between cultures, Muslims and non-Muslims. New experiences, meeting different people, cultures etc.
Season Greetings from Musliminc!