Ontario is full of amazing and wonderful things to do. Whether you are visiting or live here year round, there are hundreds of activities for all sorts of travel types. These places are just hours away from Toronto, making them an ideal day trip.
About My Wandering Voyage
Hi! I’m Olivia Rutt, writer and photographer behind My Wandering Voyage. My mission is to help full-time working millennials explore and capture the world through trip planning advice, destination inspiration and photography tips.
Why work with me
I am a professionally trained journalist and photographer based in southwestern Ontario. Blogging since 2013, I have put my passion for storytelling into My Wandering Voyage showcasing destinations from around the world and right here at home. By working with My Wandering Voyage, you can reach the millennial demographic for your product or destination with an audience that wants to improve their life through travel.
If there’s one thing that millennials value more than other aspects of their life, it’s travel, spending more than $4,500 per year on their vacations (Forbes). Millennials want to experience new, authentic places and are willing to invest in creating those memories.
10 day itineraries
Travelling is increasingly becoming an important prong in millennial lives. But not all of us opt to ditch the 9-to-5 for travel. Ten-day itineraries are perfect for full-time workers who still want to experience the world on their vacation day.
Exploring Ontario and Canada:
Canada has such a diverse landscape, one that I’m proud to call home. From coast to coast to coast, My Wandering Voyage aims to showcase this country and all the incredible regions to discover. My readers enjoy learning about these experiences.
Trip planning can be a chore – and with limited time on their hands, Millennials are turning to others for trip planning advice. Need to know what to pack? Or how to travel simpler? These types of stories do well with readers.
Where to snap those beautiful pictures, learning what kind of gear to use and how to to improve your skills are just some of the topics that my readers are interested in.
Reach a rapidly growing audience with My Wandering Voyage. Want to collaborate? Here are a few way you can do that:
- Sponsored posts
- Press trips and FAM trips
- Hotel and activity reviews
- Product reviews
- Social media takeovers
Want to try something totally out of the box? Don’t hesitate to reach out!
Brands I’ve worked with
- 85% of my readers are women
- 50% of my readers are 24-35 years old, followed by those who are 18-24 years old
- 40% of my readers hail from the U.S., followed by 40% from Canada
(updated July 2019)
My Wandering Voyage’s blog receives more than 25,100 unique visitors and more 34,300 page views per month from countries around the world.
On social media, My Wandering Voyage has over 7,100 followers across email, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest, which has a reach of over 660,000!
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