Who are we?
We are an online travel magazine for the independent and adventurous traveller. We aim to encourage sustainable and environmentally friendly travel, and promote community and local involvement whenever possible.
The original Gone Travelling site was created by Michael Palmer to keep his friends in the loop as he travelled the world, all pre-facebook (yes there was such time!).
His journey around the world took him through Asia, Australia, New Zealand and the beautiful islands of the South Pacific where he pursued his love of surfing, diving, exploring, getting lost and generally soaking up the beach vibes.
He has also crewed on ships around the world, is frequently on the slopes of the Alps and can often be spotted falling off a surfboard in the waters of Cornwall.
Editor and chief contributor Oliver Lynch is an experienced traveller who has had the great fortune to have been raised spending a lot of time in India, France and North Africa.
In later life he took on extended jaunts to Thailand, Malaysia and Cambodia to work as a DJ and has spent time on safari in Africa, climbing mountains in South America and jumping out of planes in New Zealand. He is currently based somewhere in Europe, most likely Spain or the south of France.
You can check out his personal blog at http://olilynch.com.
He also edits our sister site: GlobalPlayboy.com
Our Guest Writers
Australian dude who spends his time travelling, doing random travel based jobs and getting drunk in exciting places.
UK based writer. As a Japanophile you can read her adventures on her blog, Lord Abroad.
A London based yoga fanatic who loves the great outdoors. You can read her personal blog at The Travelling Neurotic.
An Australian adventurer who seeks out random places to get lost. She’s an avid trekker and journalist who also runs her own magazine/blog over at Small World Matters.
Marketer and creator, Ant used to run a travel mag called TakeOffSetSail but he decided to write for us instead. #Winning for us 😀 see more of his antics over at http://www.antgalasso.com/
American journalist and writer who travels as often as possible with his girlfriend in search of adventure.
Coder, metalhead and lover of cocktails. Gianluca hails from Napoli in Italy and you can read his exploits over at Papersounds.eu.
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He, maybe she, likes travel so much that they have changed their name to match that of a well known travel writer. How’s that for commitment?
The content of Gone Travelling Magazine is based as often as possible on personal experience. Where necessary we carry out extra research to provide accurate and up to date information. However, sometimes we miss something, or get our facts wrong (hey, it happens)… If you feel any of our information is misleading or out of date please feel free to contact us at email@example.com.
Gone Travelling is funded by our partners, many of whom are mentioned within our articles. We use affiliate links on our site which means if you use a service mentioned within an article, we get paid and can keep the site running! Don’t be afraid to click those links.
Submissions & Guest Posts
We are open to submissions and guest posts from freelance writers and bloggers. If you’d like to guest post or back link to your own site, please get in touch. We currently cannot pay for any posts on Gone Travelling – sorry!
Please have a read of our Gone Travelling Magazine_ Writers Style Guide.
Guest posts from other travel bloggers are welcome, but they do need to match our magazines style. Take a look at a few articles to get the low down.
We are happy to feature sponsored posts, please ask for our rate card. Any article that features a link or specific mention of companies, products or services is considered a sponsored post and is subject to a small fee.
If you wish to pitch an article to us please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gone Travelling Magazine Mission Statement
Gone Travelling Magazine aims to be an essential go to resource for information and advice for adventure and budget travellers.
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