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If you’ve ever dreamed of quitting your day job and hopping in a van to explore the world, these influencers can inspire you to take the leap. These van life YouTubers take off on adventures in their vans and share every bit of their journeys along the way. They’re living life in the fast lane, exploring new destinations, actively living their dreams, and sharing it with their growing following counts on YouTube.

Top van life YouTube influencers sharing their adventures

Ronny Dahl

You don’t have to live in a van to have a van life. Ronny’s channel covers all aspects of being a 4×4 enthusiast, including off-roading, touring and camping. Over 454K subscribers enjoy a new upload every weekend.

Dylan Magaster

For Dylan, conquering the open road was only the beginning. After backpacking South America, he toured in a converted van before finally hopping on a sailboat to explore the Mediterranean. What’s he doing next? Over 802K subscribers are waiting to find out.

Jamie Dimon

In 2011, Jamie bought a van on Craigslist for $2,000, setting in motion his life of adventure on the road. He says that if you enjoy travel, adventure and uncertainty, you should join his audience of 79.1K subscribers.

Hobo Ahle

Hobo Ahle is “homeward bound by means of adventure.” Her channel shares the reality of vehicle dwelling and provides travel hacks and advice for over 353K subscribers.

Joe and Kait Russo

Who are the Russos? Ask their 227K subscribers on YouTube, who follow the ongoing adventures of Joe and Kait as they travel full-time in a camper van.

Ben and Leah — Kombi Life

Kombi Life is a “first-of-its-kind adventure travel series about van life.” Join over 535K subscribers who tune in regularly to see Ben and Leah travel around the world, experiencing the highs and lows of alternative living.

Theo and Bee — The Indie Projects

Theo and Bee started their YouTube channel in 2014 to document their European travels. They now share all aspects of their lives on the road with an audience of more than 350K subscribers.

Sara and Alex James

Sara and Alex (along with their dogs Bambi and Nugget and their two children) traveled in their van before settling down in Boise, Idaho, and opening their custom van conversion shop. More than 194K subscribers tag along for the ride.

Eamon and Bec

This cute couple from Toronto lives full-time in a self-converted Sprinter van. Their channel is all about the adventure associated with wanderlust, with a healthy dose of vegan cooking thrown into the mix. They have over  1.18M subscribers.

Nate Murphy

As if a life on the road weren’t adventure enough, Nate is also a rock climber “trying to do cool stuff.” His cliff-hanging experiences have over 402K subscribers on the edges of their seats, and his inspiring videos of helping others build their dream vans are very entertaining.

Adventure VanMan

It’s good to have a YouTube channel that makes it clear what viewers can expect, and the AdventureVanMan channel gives 95.8K subscribers exactly what they would expect from the name.

Element Van Life

While some van life channels want to give people a glimpse of an alternative way of living or to take them on a guided tour of a country, channels such as Element Van Life seek to inspire other people to try life on the road. The channel has 86.2K subscribers who want to know more.

Campervan Kevin

His name’s Kevin, and he lives in a campervan. What more do you need to know? It’s a simple recipe for building an audience of over 69K subscribers.

Mr. and Mrs. Adventure

With 105K subscribers, this may be one of the most fun channels on the list, and it’s big on adventure. Mr. and Mrs. Adventure publish new content every week.

Christian Schaffer

Since 2018, Christian has lived on the road full time and has taken more than 232K YouTube subscribers along with her. She packed up her life to move into a 4×4 Nissan van and now shares her daily tiny home experiences and worldwide travels on her channel.

Vancity Vanlife

This duo from Canada lives in a 2004 Ford E250 full time and shares their experiences with more than 269K subscribers. They share everything from revamping their van to winter van life.

Ame in a Van

Since September 2021, Amelise has lived the van life and shared her journey with more than 277K YouTube subscribers. She shares everything from what living in a van is like during a storm to visiting the beach while living out of her tiny Ford home.

Jarrod Tocci

Not only has Jarrod lived the Van Life, but now shares his knowledge with 242K subscribers and creates the ultimate home on wheels for others. His channel is full of others converting to the van lifestyle and what the insides of these vans look like.

Quin Gable

Since 2021, Quin has been rocking the van life with her two cats, Atlas and Otto. She quit her corporate job to live the #solofemalevanlife and hasn’t looked back. Her channel has a following of more than 274K as she shares the ups and downs of living an alternative lifestyle.


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