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Black CtD New Logo 2019Chasing The Donkey Travel Blog Contribution –  Write For us: We’d Love to Share Your Story With The World

But first, let’s be sure we agree on the terms. Don’t worry, there are not many, and I promise they will benefit you and us.

All posts need to be at least 2000 words and feature lots of headlines and short easy to read paragraphs that include a lot of detailed information such as how to get there, the history of the city/location, what makes it worth going, and of course your personal experience there. 

The best posts on our site are between 1800 – 3000 words.

Posts we accept (but are not limited to if you have other ideas) are suggested itineraries, personal experiences, and top X lists.

Email your pitch to: croatia@chasingthedonkey.com

Brands We Use And Trust


Countries Of Interest 

Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Kosovo, Macedonia, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, Montenegro, and Turkey

Check What We Have Written About Already

Here’s the list of the stories we already have:

Link Policy

In addition to a do-follow link back to your travel, cooking, or lifestyle blog home page, we’re happy to include a second relevant link back to your site. We may add an affiliate link of ours if there is an appropriate fit.

We do not accept guest posts with COMMERCIAL links OR affiliate link buying guides of any nature.


Please supply a few photos – even if they are not of amazing quality. We may also add very high-quality stock pics.


We reserve the right to edit as we see fit, including adding affiliate links.


Don’t copy-paste or edit someone else’s work. We run all guest posts through several sources to check for copyright.

No AI. Use it on your own site, but please not on mine.

What Do We Give You Back?

A link to your blog homepage + 1 other do-follow link back to a related (non-competing) article on your blog.

We share your work just like we would our own. On all social media networks, as we publish and throughout the year.

Submit Something

If so, send us an email with your idea/s, and we agree, and you can get started.

Please email us your ideas or a sample photo so we can start.

Click here to email us today!

Sample Posts That Have Done Very Well

Here are two sample posts from other travel writers and bloggers that have been popular:

Comments (10)

  1. Dear Sarah-Jane,

    As a regular feature on our website we interview Croatian professionals who are succesful in their careers abroad.
    Recently we interviewed Vlatka Hlupic

    In 2016 we would like to introduce a new feature where we interview expats who have created a succesful living for themselves in Croatia and we would very much like to cover your story on our site and share it on our social media.

    All our interviews are conducted by Mr Brian Gallagher, a journalist who is an expert on Croatian matters and is well known in Croatia, the UK, US and Australia https://croatiabusinessreport.wordpress.com/

    Would you be interested in being interviewed by us in January?

    Looking forward to your reply

    Alexander van Aken on behalf of Linda Rabuzin for the Croatian Language School

  2. Hey guys, I hope you’re good.

    What’s the best email address please at Chasing The Donkey to send Croatia festival news to please?

    Thanks and best wishes,

    Damo x

  3. Awesome blog for knowing all about Croatia! Will be really helpful when I plan my trip there! Thanks. :)

  4. Hi There,

    I’m really interested in writing a blog post for you guys. I did an 8-day sailing cruise around Croatia and loved it. Could I write about that?

    Best regards,


  5. Hi folks,

    I was very impressed by your blog and the great content that you are hosting. I’m a Bulgarian who lives in the US but visits Europe and more specifically the Balkans every summer.

  6. Hi you two,

    I really enjoyed reading your article about Peka cooking in Zadar. I’ve been trying to contact the company so that I can have a similar experience and I’ve had no contact back from them. Do you know if they are still in business? Can you suggest another company that has Croatia cooking classes?

    Thank you for your help.
    Fiona (from Canada)

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