YOLO Blog

By Sahar Karat

YOLO Blog

By Sahar Karat

Sahar Karat

YOLO Blog

Active since: 2016

YOLO Blog is a popular travel blog for Israeli travelers that was born from my passion for traveling, photography and sharing experiences. I write about my trips all around the world, including Israel. My goal is to inspire my audience and give them tips for their next trip.

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I am...

Hi, I am Sahar, a frequent traveler, who plan vacations thoroughly and independently. I really love taking photos and videos; I own professional photography equipment such as DSLR camera and drone.

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I write about

I write about the places we visited, mostly about nature and city activities, culture, food and good hotels while providing practical information and tips about those destinations.

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My Audience

Mostly covers Israeli travelers in the age range of 30-60, who plan their own vacations independently.

Blog highlights & achievements

  • My blog post about Jordan inspired hundreds of people to travel to Jordan, follow my trip and book the same hotels
  • I was invited to few media tours hosted by Ministry of Tourism of destination such as Malta and Lublin.
  • My post about exclusive hotel in Israel was published in a popular Magazine

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