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Written by Louise Brown, The Slow Travels is a slow travel blog with a key focus on sustainable living and eco-friendly tourism, running since 2014. Sharing slow travel guides around the world, from the heart of the Scottish Highlands to the bustling streets of Tokyo and beyond.

The Slow Travels aims to show how enjoying a slower pace of life doesn’t mean you have to miss out on doing everything you want to achieve. It’s about seeking the beauty in every day and practicing mindfulness along the way.

 
 
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brand experience

  • Scottish Government

  • Yelp UK

  • The Waldorf Astoria

  • Silversea Cruises

  • Great Little Breaks

  • Citizen M

  • Marketing Edinburgh

  • Travelodge

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awards & features

“Recommended if you simply want something beautiful to read.”  - Blogosphere Magazine


Shortlisted for the UK Bloggers Awards 2018 in category ‘Photography’.

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collaborations

Ways in which you can collaborate with The Slow Travels include:


– Instagram Takeovers
– Travel and Tourism Campaigns
– Hotel Reviews

 
 
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readership

The Slow Travels main readership is primarily female (74%) and males (26%) within the 25-34 age range. With an affinity of travel, hotels and accommodation, Scotland and green living. The main readership locations come from the UK (65%) and USA (15%) with an additional 20% made up from Australia, Germany, Canada, Spain, Ireland, Singapore and Denmark. Visitors arrive at The Slow Travels via 46% organic search, 20% direct traffic, 31% social and 3% referral.

Social Following

With use of beautiful photography to tell each story, The Slow Travels largest social media platform is Instagram (2.8K followers), this is followed by Twitter (2.6K followers), Bloglovin' and RSS feeds (1.2K followers), Pinterest (888 followers, 32K monthly views) and Facebook (252 followers). The Slow Travels has a combined social following across all platforms of 7.7K+.

 

Statistics correct as of February 2019. Data from Google Analytics.