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The Oxford English Dictionary defines travel writing as a genre of writing in which the author describes places they have visited and their experiences while travelling.
This can include writing for guide books, websites, blogs, magazines and 600-page novels.
Travel writing celebrates the people, places, experiences and cultures that make this world so truly diverse and amazing.
Some travel writers do it for enjoyment but many also do it for a living, which is the type of travel writing on which we are going to focus. Notable contemporary English-language travel writers include Paul Theroux, Bill Bryson, Mary Morris, Dennison Berwick, Jan Morris, Tony Horwitz and Tom Miller, among others.
With a bit of work you can soon become a high quality travel writer too and get paid for doing so.
As a travel writer for a publication like Lonely Planet or National Geographic the rewards are limitless as many travel writers go on to produce other forms of media. A travel writer can expect a salary of $50k++ as experience and reputation grows.
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