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Deafinitely Wanderlust

We are Deaf backpackers who aimed to inspire Deaf & Hard of Hearing people and Hearing people (referring to those we are not Deaf & Hard of Hearing). We launched our website in February 2015 and currently growing audience since then.

It’s not very often to meet other Deaf travelers, therefore if you are a Deaf or Hard of Hearing traveler and would love to be a part of our guest post to help spread more awareness as well as building a Deaf community with same interest in travel, please contact us.

Furthermore, if you are a Hearing traveler who had an experience with traveling with or meeting Deaf people and would like to share your experiences to spread awareness, please contact us too! In addition, if you would like to have an opportunity to work with us through advertising, sponsorships or any collaboration ideas, don’t hesitate to contact us.

Even if you have inquiries, feedbacks or even just to say hello, we would love to hear from anyone! Please feel free to contact us via:

deafinitelywanderlust@gmail.com

 

Featured on:

Lez Backpack’s Local Nomad: DEAFINITELY WANDERLUST

Road Affair’s Everyone Travels: Deaf Backpackers

Adventure In You’s Meet The Inspiring Pair Who Are Traveling The World Despite Being Deaf

Two Scots Abroad’s Deafying Stereotypes – Deaf Travel

Miss Maps’s Featured Female TravelerS: Lilo and Stacey – Los Angeles, USA

Like Riding a Bicycle’s Inside the Enabled Mindset with Stacey and Lilo: Deaf Travellers

Willful and Wildhearated’s Inspirational Travelers: Deafinitely Wanderlust

Nomad Revelations’ Top 2300 Travel Blogs on the Internet

BoB around the world’s Top 100 Travel Blogs 2015

World First Travel Insurance’s The World First Wander: back to school, books and…

Huffington Post’s 10 Inspiring Travel Bloggers You Need to Follow Now

Asher Fergusson’s Top 100 Travel Blogs for Serious Wanderlust to follow in 2017


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9 thoughts on “Contact Us

  • Lindsay Chandler

    Hello. My husband and I are nearing the end of our adoption journey. We are adopting a Deaf boy from China. I am an Interpreter for the Deaf and my husband is a Teacher so adopting a Deaf child seemed like the best fit for our family. In order to ensure we are able to give our son, Xiao, as much time as he needs to adjust to his new family and environment, we are selling shirts to make up for the time we will miss from work. We would love for you to purchase these shirts or to simply pass the information along as you too use the term “Deafinitely.”

    http://teespring.com/stores/deafinitely-not-different

    Please let me know if you have any questions! Thanks for your help!!

    Take care and safe travels!!

    Lindsay Chandler

    • deafinitelywanderlust Post author

      Hi, we will be more than happy to check it out and post it on our Facebook page as well as Twitter. That is really amazing to hear about your adoption story and we wish the best for you! It would also be great to hear more about your journey with Xiao!

      -Lilo and Stacey

  • Zaakirah

    I discovered your blog on Huffington Post! I too am Hard of Hearing. I have lived with wearing two hearing aids since the age of three. I started a blog to inspire others to travel. I have traveled to eight countries as of now and plan to visit 30 countries before 30! Thank you for starting and maintaining your blog! Happy to connect!

    • deafinitelywanderlust Post author

      thank you for contacting us! 🙂 That’s awesome to hear about another traveler who is deaf or hard of hearing! 🙂 What’s your blog? We’ll love to check it out and read about your adventures! please feel free to email us!

  • MarkDeafMcGuire

    Stacey and Lilo,

    It has been a pleasure to visit your site, read your blogs, and watch your vlogs. I have to take the time to sign “applaud” you but I can’t do that typing. So it’s the image that counts.

    I sent an email to give you a heads up about something on Twitter (it’s great, not bad) and to ask you about something. In the meantime, keep up the awesome work here.

  • Adam Dziak

    Hello there, my name is Adam. I am deaf. My plan for my life is to travel the world, spread God’s love and to raise awareness of deaf culture and to spark a upstart for deaf communities in different parts of the world. I would very much love to be in touch with the people here. I believe that if we all work together towards a common goal, we can accomplish so much. I am very happy to have discovered this website. I hope to hear from some of you soon.