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Flying Dana – Travel with me around the world!

By Dana Moskovitch Gilboa

Flying Dana – Travel with me around the world!

By Dana Moskovitch Gilboa

Dana Moskovitch Gilboa

Flying Dana – Travel with me around the world!

Active since: 2018

Flying Dana Travel Blog is developed and run by lifetime
traveler, with a passion for adventure, writing, social media, and travel.
After working as a flight attendant for the last 3 years, I had the honor to help other people travel in a much smarter and fun way.

What makes me excited in my blog? that the blog readers actually plan and travel according to the trips that seen on FlyingDana.

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I am...

I'm a full time job Digital Travel Enterpreneur ,Which meens that I'm living Travel & Social Media. It inclouds owning the Blog,3 travel communities & senior writer in tiulim.net(a big travel website)

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I write about

I write mostly about vacations destinations that include both urbanic cities and beach destinations.

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My Audience

Flying Dana’s readers consist of men and women mostly between the ages of 20 to 50. My readers are interested in international travel, exciting destanations and unique experiences.

Places I covered

Available collabs.

Travel Type

Blog highlights & achievements

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