The New Travel Blog on Youtube

Whether you are looking to promote an urban city, an off-the-beaten path destination, a budget hostel, or a trendy restaurant, you have come to the right place.

YouTube has been a primary focus of The New Travel in 2016. At the start of the year I had only a few videos and about 20 subscribers. Now, see how my channel has grown in only 8 months (last updated in mid-August):

Youtube statistics and analytics for The New Travel as of August 2016

Dan Vineberg writer

With thousands of followers across Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube, and The New Travel's 100,000+ views in its first year, this is only the beginning.

YouTube - The New Travel

YouTube The New Travel

  • 2016 Highlights
  • Over 80,000 views!
  • Over 700 new subscribers!


My 2 Minute Travels series takes quick looks at popular destinations around the world. Instead of trying to compile little bits of everything into a traditional vlog, my series focuses the attention on one person or one aspect of the location. In Morocco, the focus is a skilled wood carver. During a visit to Angkor Wat, the focus is on the architecture of the temple. If you are associated with a tourism board looking for a quick way to promote a city, 2 Minute Travels could be just the answer.

How to Hostel is a travelling series that explains all aspects of hostel life, while showcasing cool hostels from around the world. If you are a hostel manager or someone looking to promote a hostel, or hostel-culture in general, How to Hostel could be just what you need. I have stayed at over 100 hostels in the past five years.

The Monday Morning Travel Vlog (MMTV) is a weekly vlog that follows my life. Unlike most vlogs though, I try to make very little of it about me. Instead, I aim the camera outward and try to capture interesting glimpses of life from locations from around the world. Give it a shot - you'll like what you see, I promise.

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