About y Travel
y Travel is one of the world’s biggest travel blog and creates inspirational and epic content that provides useful tools, strategies, and resources to help readers unplug from the chaos life, to reconnect to what matters and to travel more and create better memories.
They want to inspire people to follow their bliss and collect memories and moments over possessions.
Their travel experience extends over 20 years and includes working abroad, solo travel, couples travel, and now family travel. They’re on a mission to prove travel does not have to stop after kids. They believe it makes family life richer and the bond deeper.
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Caz and Craig (long form)
Caz and Craig are the founders of ytravelblog.com, which shares travel stories and tips to help people unplug from the chaos, travel more and create better memories.
They have one of the world’s most influential travel blogs and have been featured on The Today Show, Forbes, Travel & Leisure, Lonely Planet, National Geographic online, Virgin Australia, Expedia, Huffington Post, and CNN online.
They’ve partnered with brands such as Nissan, Ford, Qantas, Canon, TripAdviser, Skyscanner, Tourism Australia and many state and international tourist boards. They regularly speak at travel, blogging, and social media conferences. They were invited to attend the White House as a top digital travel influencer for the first travel summit.
They regularly share their expertise at travel, blogging, and social media conferences.
They’re currently exploring the Us on a 3-year epic road trip of the US with their two daughters, following the format of their 18-month Australian road trip which grew their audience by over 10,000%.
When they’re not travelling and writing about it, you can find them swinging in a beach hammock at sunset to the tunes of Jack Johnson, or screaming in the stands of their favourite sporting match.
Caz and Craig (short)
Caz and Craig Makepeace want to live in a world where people fearlessly follow what’s in their heart and embrace travel as more than just a two-week annual thing. They’re the founders of ytravelblog.com one of the world’s biggest travel blog and have been featured by notable brands such as The Today Show, Forbes, Expedia, and Lonely Planet.
When not travelling and writing about it, you can find them swinging in a beach hammock at sunset to the tunes of Jack Johnson, or screaming in the stands of their favourite sporting match. Connect with them on Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest.
The whole family (fun one)
Caz and Craig have two children, Kalyra, 7 and Savannah, 3. Both girls’ were named because of our love of travel and freedom and both have similar meanings: a wild and pleasant place.
Craig complains he’s surrounded by three women, but Caz feels she has it much worse surrounded by three Virgos. The fam loves the outdoors, craves adventure, are sports mad and can’t ignore a good festival or farmer’s market. If there’s a hammock nearby, they’ll fight over who has swinging rights.
They’re travel addicts. Caz and Craig clock up over 20 years of world travel and the girls were born with backpacks and passports. They’re on a mission to prove that travel does not have to stop once you have kids – and that kids make some pretty fearless and fun travel companions.
Kalyra is a princess who dreams of attending fashion school in Paris. Savannah our fussy wild one, is most likely to excel at hotel escapes and in the sporting arena, like her father, who once played professional rugby league.
Craig’s the rock, keen on order and attention to detail and refuses to resign from his role of Master Beer Taster. And Caz is just the flighty Libran, fluffing around bringing harmony to the family through crystals, meditation, and downward dogs. (and the odd glass of wine at 5pm)
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