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Have you discovered the love for exotic foods, secret wilderness spots, amazing festivals and travel experiences? Then you most likely have the spirit of a travel writer. We at ‘Backpackers Travel Magazine’ are always looking for new stories. Every article you write will be published under your name. Each writer has an authors box which shows your name, bio and website. It will be sent to 10,000′s of people via our mailing list and social media accounts.
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Get in touch and get your article published on our website. We welcome articles from outdoors and travel bloggers, video bloggers, outdoor and travel industry subjects. We accept guest blog submissions, photos and videos. As much as we love to hike, there are thousands of miles of hiking trails, we will never be able to hike.