Luckily, Eva isn’t alone in her pursuit of the good life. In fact, she’s got a great network of friends who all share her love of the world. This is especially true in the UK, where she’s lived since she was born in Poland. And she knows how to work hard to earn a living. She has a Bachelor’s degree in anthropology from the University of Leicester and is currently studying social work at the University of Oxford. Her hobbies include videography and travel blogging. She’s been a guest on the Travel Channel’s “Ask A Travel Expert” show, and her vlogs have been viewed millions of times. She’s also travelled to countries like Pakistan and the Socotra Islands.
Born in Poland
Despite being born in Poland, Eva Zu Beck was raised in Chicago. Her mother worked as a reporter for a local newspaper. She studied for a Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) degree in journalism at the University of Illinois. She also studied for a degree in German and French at the University of Oxford.
Eva is an avid traveler, especially to South Asia. She has been to over 60 countries. She is also a vegetarian. She has a taste for adventure and loves the nature of Romania. Her YouTube channel has over 1.3 million subscribers. She also makes short documentaries and produces videos for Euronews and Deutsche Welle.
In December 2017, Eva was promoted to VP Social for a London-based travel company. She then quit her job in order to travel. She also did a Kiki challenge with Pakistan International Airlines.
Eva landed in Socotra, Yemen, on March 11, 2020. The 3,625 square kilometer island is located about 60 miles east of the Horn of Africa. This is where she got her first taste of running a marathon. She later decided to live on Socotra.
While in Socotra, Eva took part in the country’s first marathon. She also bought a Land Rover Defender and converted it into a mini camper. She plans to tour Europe in this vehicle, using it as a mode of transport.
Eva has gained a lot of popularity through her YouTube channel. She has also managed to get Instagram verified. She has over 694,000 followers on her Instagram account. She has also been featured in The Huffington Post.
Raised in the UK
Originally from Poland, Eva is a renowned social media star, travel blogger, YouTuber and author. She has over 1.3 million subscribers on her YouTube channel and 694k followers on her Instagram account. Eva is based in London.
Eva’s journey started with a job with Culture Trip, a travel media startup in London. After five years of working there, Eva left to travel. She has since visited over 60 countries. She is a prolific traveler who wants to open people’s eyes to new experiences. She is particularly interested in South Asia.
After her return, she started planning her next trip. Eva was planning to visit Armenia for three weeks in spring. However, the country’s borders were closed due to a coronavirus crisis. During the crisis, Eva and other runners were informed to leave immediately. She feared that the mainland Yemen would be shut down as well.
While on her way to the mainland, she bought a second-hand camera. Eva wanted to document her travel stories on YouTube.
She began traveling solo, and started tackling extreme physical challenges in the outdoors. She completed a 250-kilometer ultramarathon in Accursed Mountains, a part of the Dinaric Alps, and a marathon in Iraq. She also climbed Kilimanjaro.
During the travels, she developed safety habits for traveling alone. She also gained a lot of respect for women’s social media influencers in Pakistan. This has pushed her to change the image of Pakistan.
She also wants to encourage women to travel. In order to help women with tourism content, she has started an interactive social media company. She plans to hire local talents and create campaigns for women to travel to adventurous places.
Career as a travel vlogger
During her time as a travel vlogger, Eva Zu Beck has visited 60 countries. She has stayed in remote, off-the-beaten-track places, and she has even ventured to potentially dangerous destinations. She has traveled to the Middle East, Asia, India, and Mongolia.
Eva zu Beck was born on April 26, 1991 in Poland. Her family moved to the United Kingdom when she was young. She studied French and German at the University of Oxford. After completing her undergraduate degree, she began her career as a travel journalist. She worked for a travel company in London. She eventually left her job and traveled full-time.
Eva Zu Beck’s YouTube channel is filled with travel tips, cultural vlogging, and her travel adventures. She has over 324,000 subscribers, and she has over 430K followers on Instagram. She has also earned money from her YouTube videos, through Google AdSense. She has produced videos for Deutsche Welle and Euronews.
Eva’s YouTube channel has helped to dispel the myths of fear-based travel stigmas. She promotes building survival skills and interacting with locals. She also encourages travelers to embrace the cultural vlogging.
Eva’s YouTube success has helped to open the door for millions of girls and women around the world. She has been featured in The Huffington Post and Conde Nast Traveler. She has also been featured on Pakistan’s national news channel.
Eva’s style of travel storytelling is documentary. She is also conscious about the ethics of her travels. She is a vegetarian, and she rents Airbnbs when she is staying in a foreign country.
She has travelled in the Trans-Siberian Express. Her videos have gained over a million viewers, and she has been featured in the Huffington Post, Conde Nast Traveler, and Pakistan’s national news channel.
Relationship with a man in Pakistan
During her time in Pakistan, Eva Zu Beck fell in love with the country. She spent one year living in the country with her lover. The two of them traveled to several different locations.
Before Eva married, she wanted freedom. She felt like she was living someone else’s delusion. She also felt ashamed. She never knew what marriage really meant. She was 25 years old when she married. The marriage was a nightmare.
Eva Zu Beck was divorced. She thought for a long time about a future. After the wedding, she felt ashamed. She thought about how she had hurt people. She realized that she was not made for marriage. She didn’t want to spend the rest of her life with someone she didn’t love. She wanted to have time to explore the world.
Eva visited Pakistan in 2022. She wanted to change the image of the country. She wants to use her videos to educate people about the country. Her videos are gaining popularity on social media.
She has over one million subscribers on her YouTube channel. The videos are popular because they challenge the misconceptions people have about Pakistan. In her videos, she shows how the locals live and what they have to offer to travelers. She has traveled to over sixty nations. She has visited Pakistan on her own and on a tour.
She wants to encourage women to travel and visit the countries in the world. She also wants to change the perception of Pakistan on the international level. She wants to use local talent to create a campaign.
Work in Socotra
During the global corona virus pandemic, Eva Zu Beck sat out on the remote island of Socotra in Yemen. This desert paradise is 60 miles east of the Horn of Africa. She was there for the island’s first marathon event.
Socotra is an island of 60,000 people. During the first two months of her stay, Eva rented a room from a local goat-herder family. She was impressed with the professional care she received from the locals. She also enjoyed hiking on the island, learning how to ride a motorbike, and cooking on an open fire.
She also spent time at a hospital for a viral infection and heatstroke. She was also admitted twice for a nasty cut on her leg. After these visits, Eva decided to stay on Socotra.
After spending three months on the island, she departed on May 30. She arrived in Socotra with 40 other international tourists. They were all supposed to stay on the island for two weeks. In the weeks that followed, however, many international tourists were forced to leave.
When the corona virus pandemic hit, most countries implemented a lockdown on travel. While most countries closed their borders, Socotra’s borders were open, so Eva was able to travel. However, she was unaware of the severity of the outbreak when she arrived.
The corona virus is a novel virus that was discovered in a Socotra resident, and it was only a matter of time before it spread. Countries closed their borders and shut down travel, so Eva was forced to choose whether she would stay on the island or leave.