Some travellers like it hot …
(Please click on names for direct links)
“The Frontline from your Armchair”
Most professional portal and forum, with really valuable infos, by pros for pros.
The Velvet Rocket
Highly interesting travelblog by UK/American Justin Ames with unique locations and insight.
The VICE Guide
“MTV goes Warzone”
Founded by Suroosh Alvi, Shane Smith, and Gavin McInnes.
“The Coolest Name in Danger Travel”
A lot of really good stuff, but rarely updated. Forum with potential. Founded by Rob Wood.
The Wandering Scot
Excellent detail from dangerous places and the biggest collection of Lenin statues.
Venezuelan day-trader Marcello Arrambide trades a life in securities against dangers.
The Candy Trail
“Tough Cookie Trips”
Inspiring travel blog by Kiwi Michael Robert Powell with a sweet tooth for tough places.
Jason around the World
“First Class to the Dangerzone”
Unusual mix of frontline countries and sitting in front of the aircraft. Blog by Jason T.
Jan S. Krogh’s GeoSite
Jan Krogh knows more than most travellers about strange borders, exclaves and enclaves
Harry’s Trails Around The World
“Harry up to everywhere”
Harry Charalampos doesn’t focus on dangerzones but has been to all of them anyway
“The bold Balts”
Estonian Tarmo Tamming drives around the world, deep into dangerzones and high on youtube-rankings.
“Round the World. On foot ? ”
Karl Bushby may be the toughest traveler of all. Although not seeking danger, he certainly found some. Great fotos!”
“Finding sex appeal in desolate places”
Several good authors sharing their melancholic travel experiences with discerning masochists
Where is Hemuli?
“The fearless Finn”
Hemuli rides his bike around the world, straight through dangerzones like Dagestan
Sascha Grabow – make your life one big adventure
“The Trip Racketeer”
Former tennis-pro Sascha Grabow does courageous things like crossing DR Congo by foot. His blog is not yet end of the road.
“The Special Force in Travel”
West-Australian Nic Jenzen-Jones’ blog combines travel, arms and adventure – in style.
Tan Wee Cheng’s Hotspots and Dodgy Places
“The Dodgy Place Analyst ”
Singaporean Tan Wee Cheng has that rare combination of intellect, sensitivity and guts to report in depth from “dodgy places”
Come Back Alive – Black Flag Café
Lots of foul language, frustrated ex-soldiers and few tangible infos. A portal and forum by former danger traveler Robert Young Pelton, who seems to rest on his laurels as a dangerzone icon.
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OK, this one’s mine.