Five step guide to writing brilliant travel

1. Travel a lot – Unless you have already traveled on this dusty road, chances are you won't be able to get this zing in travel writings that attract your reader to continue reading.

A good travel writer should be curious about places and new people, and must be bitten by the travel bug! Picky wandering! First of all, travel a lot and visit new places if you want to make your mark as a travel writer. If you're writing for a site, write in a way you'd like to be there already!

2. The second thing is writing – writing is the best way to improve your skill, whether writing for a blog or writing a travel. Keep writing and you'll definitely see improvement in a few weeks. Writing while traveling is no exception. If you continue to practice art, it will improve day by day! If nothing else, you'll at least get an account for your trip, something that can be read back after a few years.

3. Find your destination well – this is of course mandatory. If you want to write about a particular place, it is best to read everything you can about the place, its geography, history and local customs and incorporate as much as you can into your travel writings. Good knowledge of the region or culture will lend credibility to your writing.

4. Focus on extraordinary details – Some local anecdotes or traditions can be an interesting starting point to build your story on the destination at hand. Always look for a small intere4sting fact or detail that others have missed. Something that makes the place truly unique and attracts readers to visit it. Don't miss the details. God lies in the details, remember! It can be something weird, funny or really disgusting …. but anything that will attract attention.

5. Search your markets – If you're writing to friends or a travel blog, you probably already know your audience. But if you're writing for magazines, newspapers, or a website, make sure you're familiar with your target audience. For example, if your readers are young and adventurous, you can focus on adventure activities in place, but if your target audience is retired or families focus on family sites or places that children can both enjoy. Therefore, it's important to consider your target audience before you start writing about a particular destination.

Writing while traveling is an art that can be easily learned provided you have two things – an insatiable desire to visit places and learn about different areas of the world and secondly, the ability to see and write down details that are of interest to others!