Travel for leisure is the best kind of travel, won’t you agree? And then, stealing moments of leisure while travelling for business is an act of genius, now what will you say. We believe according to best travel blogs traveling is as much a traveler’s art as it is his knowledge, which could either be a result of experience or research. While for the former, we cannot do much than inspire you, motivate you and propel you, it’s the latter for which we wish to be your saving grace, your safe haven.
The best thing we count about ourselves is our aspiration and innate desire to make that wish come true. Hence, here we are with an elaborative list of 100 best travel blogs. There are plenty here which will guide you on destination travel, helping you plan your travel in advance, supporting you with travel tips, even if you are traveling with family, giving you best of travel gear reviews and plenty more. So, hop in the wagon while we take you on a joyous ride across the nations, capturing some of the best moments with lenses. How does it matter if all that’s only online, so long that we are together?
Lol. Win. OMG. No, no one is mocking anyone just because Buzzfeed made it to the top of this list. Those are just some of the Buzzfeed travel blog categories. Among others, and our personal favorite, is the tasty on Buzzfeed. If you are one for quizzes, Buzzfeed is going to get a big, massive, thumbs-up from you. Quite as it got from us.
Trip Advisor’s clean and casually cool interface is like an ultimate readers delight. Count yourself lucky if you are a treasure hunter for information and be ready to keep this one bookmarked, because it sure is going to leave a major mark on you. Having said that, be prepared to get lured away to utopia or lighten your pockets what with all that awesome travel inspiration.
Leave it on Make My Trip to first entice you with fancy travel destinations, then fill you up with helpful information and then finally, make the trip for you with such goodly good deals that you’ll have no other option but to be in awe. When that’s done, know it’s only the beginning for the memories are yet to be born and bred.
If you have the heart of a traveler and mind of a wanderer, then you are to find your ultimate solace in this travel blog. Count it among your one stop destinations for all your travel needs and feeds. Allow them to load you with all kinds of travel inspiration at a very high (tra)velocity.
Hotwire is like the livewire of travel blogs. It is peppy, cool, and have such interesting combination of inhouse and guest travel bloggers which will leave you craving for more. And once you start exploring, you will find yourself drawn deeper into the destination hunting with their eye-popping photography.
Expedia is like a wormhole to intercity, interstate and international travel. And should you ask about your personal interests in contrast to travelling? Follow your gut and then follow Expedia for fitness breaks, budget travel, nightlife destinations, fashion and travel, food, sports, romance and adventure. Sorted!
One Travel, if we may add beyond that we are most likely to say, destination for all your travel needs. On top of that list counting your travel needs will be superhot, fresh from the oven, inspiration. Leave it on them to inspire you, guide you and enlighten you with all the information on travel that you’ll ever need.
Are you like the rest of us? Planning destinations to visit during weekends, but are hazed with a long list of options which you can’t choose from. Dear readers, don’t lose the hope just yet, at least not before checking Via. Once you are through their awe-inspiring weekend getaways, fetch the via diaries for some travel IRL inspiration.
Coming from the travelers mind and nomadic experiences of Matt, a New York Times bestselling author, this blog on travellingthe world and all things in between is the best thing you’ll see all day. Its fancy artistic vibes and straight from the street photography will blow your mind for all the right reasons.
Apart from the name, there is nothing so rough about this travel blog with photos so good that scrolling and strobing will become your favorite pastime. Their assortment of destination blogs, especially Australasia, might propel you into planning your next travel right away. Psst, you might like a quickie on their features section too.
Akbar travels and how! You are bound to be fascinated by their blogs for the sheer amount of information they have stocked. Before you mention, no, information is not all that this one’s about. Be prepared to be surprised, enticed and blown away by the facts and teasers such as unique borders between countries.
Despite being a travel planner if entered through the front door, this one offers a mesmerizing view planted with lots of travel inspiration when entered through the back door. A must check, besides the inspiration, is their 100 subcultures feature which offers you incredible access to cultural information and much more.
They seem to run on a two-way street of planning a trip and entertaining a trip. Only the latter is wonderfully spaced and sorted with a gigantic tower of inspiration, information and loads of adventure hunting. You are bound to fell in love with their creativity and thoughts, let’s say something about, for example world’s most historic coffee houses.
Who wouldn’t fall for a headline like, ‘Explore the world with me’. Besides speaking of the simplicity in character, it sure speaks much about the kind of experiences laid on the platter, ready to be relished. And when someone calls himself an adventure travel photographer, you leave everything and enjoy the most beautiful pictures from across the globe.
If you are the one who loves exploring new vacation ideas, then there is a lot for you on this blog. Consider beach escapades and city breaks. Food lovers, rejoice for there’s finally something specifically dedicated to your special interest. Did we mention, how much we love their ideas and information here?
Were you ever a big fan of the Jetsons? Then, you are going to love the Jetsetters. Despite the eerie contrast, the bottom line remains quite the same. Jetting across the oceans, this travel magazine sure is going to lift your spirits, even after a monotonous tiring day. Teaser: 8 Best Solo Travel Destinations. Enough to lift your spirits, eh?
Providing a perfect term for every itch in the foot, Migrationlogy is bound make a point right from the very second you land on their page. Mark Weins, the feet behind this fete is as much a foodie as a traveler, making him your perfect inspiration. Psst, all the food lovers, forget everything and click on ‘Start Here’ while you are on this blog.
The Planet D is an apt fix if adventure travel is your thing. Its cool, no-fuss interface will make your experience all the more interesting as much as its travel tips will make your IRL travel experience relieving. Trust them to make you pop out of your seats with their awe-inspiring travel photography.
What we love the most about this blog is its travel section for being loaded with travel journal and travel advice. Hand Luggage Onlys ingenious and user-friendly interface will provide such a magical experience scrolling down through their blogs, especially their photography section. You, just like us, will love their bear sized photographs making you curse your small screen size, even if it is a twenty-one-inch display.
A peppy blog loaded with information, The Blonde Abroad sure is travel coolness personified. There’s a lot to admire and adore about this blog, right from the first sight of its home page. We mean, look at the whole set under travel tips which covers something for everyone. The same goes for activities and interests.
The first thing we would love to pick and talk about from this blog is their eloquent travel packing lists. We mean, look at all that detailing from handpicked packing lists to travel gear buyers guide. As if that wasn’t enough caring, they have a descriptive list of safeties and more. And then, there are travel and accommodation guides.
Running on the mantra of ‘Travel more, create more memories’ this one offers all the good vibes. Their very own city guides are clear, concise and right on the mark. So, if you need any more reason to believe why travel is the ultimate nirvana, let them offer you a plethora of those topped with lots of inspiration.
One thing, and only one, which hikers- both beginners and pros- might complain about after visiting, reading and memorizing this blog, would be an information overload. There’s a little too much to explore on this blog starting from trip reports to backpacking FAQs, backpacking skills to ultralight backpacking and much more.
Don’t worry if your curiosity has been well aroused by the name for we totally understand. There’s a lovely yellow aura around this blog which pulls you forward for all the awesome reasons. Quite like we were pulled almost instantly by its historical badass section. And boy, was it badass!
When you read something like, ‘At 26, I quit my job to travel around the world’ you know you are massively green-eyed and totally inspired. In times when travel blogs are reaching infinite numbers, Kate’s blog is a breath of fresh air. It’s quite pleasantly personal, and will make you feel like, perhaps, you and Kate are in a hearty conversation.
If there’s anything beyond, ‘Hi! We’re Yoshke and Vins!’ it’s all smiles and lots of heart emoji. It’s interesting and innovative. You’ll find everything of need here, from budget travel guides to visa information. But one thing which you must check The Poor Traveler for should be their Money Talks, considering the blog name.
The first thing you should do, while you are at the blog is, read about the two monkeys, and by that we mean the bloggers. Why, you ask? Because one, they would come out so relatable, and two, it’s all smiles from there on. Loaded with fun talks and fabulous information and advices, two monkeys will truly end up making your day.
This is the first we have seen such massive list of categories that we can leverage our position and say, it’s a whole continent out there. It’s quite alright if you are unable to hold yourself from catching a sneak peek. We would say, keep the rest for when you have loads of time at your disposal and check out their tools and tips among other things.
There’s something very catchy and refreshing about this blog. We’ll leave the description and let you explore that for yourself. Young adventures, among other things, has a fascinating segment of ‘moving abroad’. And while you are at it, do check Liz’s, the Young Adventurers, favorite stories for an additional dose of fun and inspiration.
It’s possible that you may, perhaps like us, be drawn by the best travel experiences segment on this blog. Its ‘adventure travel’ segment pulls the cupids arrow and shoots right on the heart with its speedy stats. If anything, it sure is a kick in the right place, pulling you towards your dream destination.
Who wouldn’t like the kinds of lives of these goats, Nick and Dariece, where one trip changes your entire life. Despite all that, consider yourselves lucky, for through their experiences they gladly share ideas on the best jobs to help you earn good notes while you travel the roads. For more, click on their ‘Money’ section. And for much more, go visit the blog.
A wholesome travel blog, Johnny Jet, is your fix for the basic travel needs, ranging from travel deals to booking tools, credit cards to travel tips. Not enough, you say? Well then, how about checking out their fancy ‘This Week’ section. Better yet, bookmark their travel 101 for your one stop travel helpline fix.
A quick chit disclaimer, you might fell for the trick and click on ‘Quirky’ over their main menu. We say, do not in the least feel bad for one, we did the same, and two, you would have done it, anyway. Bucket List Journey, besides the cool aid quirkiness, has everything a travel blog should have, only it’s got it with an edge.
Proud ATLiens, the word they use for their Atlantic adventures, Esther and Jacob, the Local Adventurers, are fun to follow. Scrolling through and reading their ‘recent adventures’ segment is like savoring the local delicacies. This blog is a colorful distraction from the monotonous routine of a local life.
Fanciest thing about this blog is its fascinating ability to help you find a hike with a quick click on ‘Find A Hike’. Be prepared to get introduced to more such intriguing ideas under ‘How-To’. While you are at it, using some of their fantabulous features, do check the ‘Lists’ section for that’s where the fun facts rest.
Leave it on Marek, the Indie Traveller himself, to help you plan your trip, right from the very scratch. And the fun part is, you don’t even have to call him or get in touch with him for having that. Simply click on the ‘Plan Your Trip’ section and see the magic unfold. What’s more? His very own guide to stress free travel planning, a whole 272 pages in one book.
This one sure is for the admirers of finer things in life, be it a fetish for lux interiors, or exteriors for that matter, or crave for famous delicacies. It’s a, might we say, luxurious treat to read this blog. There are high chances you might be enchanted by its luxuriousness and be swayed by the charming ideas and experiences on display there.
When someone calls a trek, the trek, you know you ought to pull up all your gears and follow their trail the very next instant. The Trek is your holy grail of trekking. It’s like your powerhouse of all the inspiration, information, motivation, aspiration, guidance, support and what not of trekking, trailing, hiking and all things in between.
Honesty, resourcefulness, simplicity, ease and guidance is what you’ll find on this blog. For ordinary people, classified under working class, who prefer to have the best of both worlds, Ordinary Traveler packs a whole backpack full of information. Now that, on other occasions, seems to be carried inside a convenient suitcase. Like we said, best of both worlds.
Cross your heart and hope to die, you had a mixed sort of reaction to this blog name, didn’t you? Well, we don’t blame you. However, for this very reason we say, go tease yourself with a post or two of Hippie in Heels. Let it entice you, enlighten you, spark the fire in you to go and travel, even if that comes at the cost of travelling in heels.
Clipped between the blues of the earthen shades, this one adds colors to a colorless life with its jubilant persona. There is a very high possibility ‘Be My Travel Muse’ could be your inner voice seeking action. If we have caught the attention of a female solo traveler through this blog, then you might want to stay a little while longer on the said blog.
As we steal the name to make a point that travel is not only for nerd travelers, who know inside-out of travelling, but also for the complete opposites. In Nerd Nomads, you’ll find a coolness in the word nerd and all things your nomadic, or currently not-so-nomadic persona needs, or will need.
The best thing separating this blog from other travel blogs is how it guides you into travelling with family. Though also stocked with regular solo travelers posts, this one sure runs on the USP of family travel planning. Leave it on Sharon to help you plan your trip around your kids or partner or both and have loads of fun on the way.
Off The Path is, and yes we like using this reference whenever we can mean it, a breath of fresh air. As much as the photographs are fun to watch, the blogs are, well, absolutely fun to read. Sebastian, like someone fresh out of a fairy tale, pretty much speaks through actions how none of us need a fairy to fill our lives with adventures.
And how much all of us love some brilliant, quick to deploy, travel hacks. And when it comes with the words- stylish adventure blog- all in one sentence, we know, this time a raincheck won’t do. Might we steal another set of words to make a travel hackers point here, how about some too-good-to-be-true hacks for ‘affordable luxury’.
When life throws lemons, we say, keep it simple. Let the expeditioner take you on a simple trip of a lifetime with its ‘Travel Philosophy’ or intrigue you with its ‘Travel Trivia’. There are some engaging elements in this blog you’ll find hard to miss, for example, voluntourism. Ever heard of it?
Popularizing the trend of family travel, Points With A Crew, aims at providing good insights and useful tips on travelling with the family. Pressing further and harder on large families, you know where to go online, before going larger and farther in real life. Dan, the blogger, himself has experienced his fair share of family travels, what with six kids.
Picking up points missed by the rest of the world, Map Happy, gladly takes you on an irregular destination with a different route, or might we say via road less travelled. Map Happy is a happy change from the regularity of observations and insights. Its standard quirk at picking and pinpointing things is most definitely an indulgence to be enjoyed.
This one’s straight from the streets of Philippines. If you are from Philippines or have, at any date, visited the country, you might like to take up their ‘PHL Challenge’. You, very certainly, are in for a treat, even if you know next to nothing about Philippines. You’ll be surprised by the sheer number of provinces Mervz, the blogger of Pinoy Adventurista, has visited. There are plenty of other destinations and much more to read on the blog, so feel free to...
Alex is cool. Alex is smart. Alex is resourceful. And Alex is in Wanderland. Alex has a very peculiar style of inspiring you and tagging you along on her adventures. Before you know it, her ‘Obsessions’ will become your obsessions and her tricks and her hacks, yours. Do read her confessions for an added dose of reality filled with honesty.
What would you do if we say you can upgrade your adventure? While we would love to take a guess, and write it here for you, we would rather have you experience the answer IRL. To speak the least, Trip Hackr has a fascinating list of travel guides which can come very handy at the right time. We would say, load your cannons before you hit your bucket listed territories.
‘Live Abroad For Less!’ Yes, that’s a thing and you can learn all about it, more so, about all the right hacks to the cheapest destinations around the world. Coming from someone who has penned a book called, ‘A Better Life for Half The Price’ you know you’re putting your travel fate in the right hands.
You might get a notion of reading a travel comic while going through this blog, only that you are most likely not. With quirky interface, Never Ending Voyage is a continuous joy ride filled with cool destinations, travel resources and inspiration. What’s more? Their cool app called Trail Wallet which helps you track travel expenses.
One thing you’ll realize upon landing on the home page of this blog is something must be awfully good about Norway. When that’s settled, anyone who has ever traveled anywhere in the world with a backpack will have the similar way of referring it. Heart my backpack is a lovely travel blog with posts dating as far back as 2013. If you are, one, planning to travel to Norway and two, in mood to learn fancy things about travelling, then you know where to hit.
You know your attention has been bought when you read something like – ‘Your guide to the coolest things to do and see around the world’. Travels of Adam indeed are interesting, and becomes more so with his personal style of writing. One offbeat thing you might be drawn to on this blog is a special section for gay travel. Quick tip – must check the list of topics for things you fancy.
Cool thing about this blog is the swipe feature. With one quick swipe, you shift from travel guidebook to social travel. Both, being different sides of the same coin, are equally engaging. For anyone planning to travel the globe, this one sure is going to be your ocean of wisdom. And as far as the rest of you are concerned, life was never this easy.
Well, we can’t help mentioning just how much we like this offbeat blog name. Now, haul over the menu and prepare yourself to be surprised. Nothing like anything, the menu bar begins with a number of countries further ranging into their respective sub categories. So, if you are planning to travel to Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Montenegro or Balkans, this is where you should be online, before going out offline. This is your go-to for best travel destinations in Croatia and Balkans.
You’ll be surprised by the kind of destination blogs this one has listed. And then, be surprised a little more by their hotel guidebook and food trips. Their emphasis on information earns every ounce of respect. Who knew, Out of Town would turn out to be a huge surprise package. Have we mentioned anything about their supercool photography blogs, or gadgets, yet?
A shout out to all the solo female travelers. This one’s primarily for you. A Dangerous Business comes as a ray of light of the morning sun. It’s refreshing and soulful. Amanda’s brilliant efforts at making it informational and inspirational is worth bowing down to. Love it or hate it, dear ones, there sure in heavens no chance you can ignore it.
As much as it is a punch of motivation in the right place, Go Backpacking is a no-nonsense blog. Two things which caught our loads of fancy were, the ‘UNESCO’ and ‘Best Of’ on the menu bar. While UNESCO lists and speaks about the, around globe, world heritage sites, something definitely not to miss, Best Of lists the top picks from trip planning to travel advice, inspiration to photography and adventures to food and drinks.
My Tan Feet is a testimony to the fact that Yeison and Samantha had stepped, perhaps, in too many places. A Costa Rica blog, My Tan Feet is packed with big chunks of information, which interestingly are experience based. Now which smart traveler would deny the significance of learning as much as one can from others travel experiences.
If Philippines and Asia had been on your mind for quite some time now, Our Awesome Planet will solve your dilemmas and load you with information. There’s a lot to be read about Philippine restaurants. To stay in touch with latests in Manila, all you got to do is bookmark this blog and let the rest unfold.
Plenty of us travelers know, how amazing unplanned travels actually turn out. Just One Way ticket talks about some of such travels among plenty, read loads and loads, of other things. Sab, the blogger of Just One Way Ticket, has a very personalized style of writing, making her blogs a treat to read. And what a treat it is to watch her videos!
It’s pure peace to read Aileen’s blog. And every traveler reading this piece will relate to our words. If we talk about the website, it’s clean and we mean glossy luxurious marble kind of clean. And then, how wonderfully categorized. Stepping onto her deal with information we will, if we may, say it sounds like quite a fair deal. Speaking lastly about the first thing we should have, photography on the blog is to die for.
When someone’s running a travel blog with an aim to provide its readers an honest account of this lifestyle, you know he will not falter. Second thing you’ll be impressed about will be Dereks, yes not Earl for that’s his middle name, outstanding portfolio. Having travelled to over 88 countries in 6 continents, Dereks experiences have been vast and there’s so much you can learn from all those experiences.
If that blog name bought a smile to your face, our day is made. Well, it’s not all smiles currently on this blog for the blogger, Jonny Blair, has ended operations owing to sever depression and suicidal thoughts. It’s a treat, nonetheless, to witness such openhearted honesty. This one now acts as a backdate source while Jonny, who had and still put smile on thousands of faces, learns to smile back again. Our hearts are with him.
Let’s just say, finding the universe could be super fun and loaded with humor. And that’s what it is. We are in awe of Lawrence and Jessica’s quirky style. Like they say, best things in the world are free, you will find such intriguing items served on the platter. The next thing you know, you’ll be drawn towards their advices, wishing and hoping to try them, put them to use anyhow IRL.
Count it your encyclopedia for travelling to China. Your guide to tips and resources for travelling to and in China is available right on this very blog, followed by how to travel. Then there are loads of talks about the practicalities, count everything between visa requirements and accommodation. And then there are facts about China, its history and culture and society.
You might have learnt it already, this one’s straight from the heart of a foodie. Will Fly For Food is a travel blog for gastronomically inclined, if said in their own words. You’ll find everything related to traveling for food from these travel eaters, be it ‘food guides’, or of course ‘travel guides’, or even ‘national dish quest’.
This one’s got an edge, literally. Count on Anil’s ingenious talents and experience as a Computer security engineer to not only load you with travel tips but also tricks on how to safeguard your computers data and ensure your computers security while traveling. Plus, a good chunk of tech deals and data. And then, yes of course, there’s travel, lots and lots of it.
As a family travel blog, Travel With Bender, has done a pretty awesome job into offering a plethora of information and making family travel easy for you lots. Their long list of travel hacks will surprise you as much as it will engage you. Plenty of their offbeat blogs like ‘best places for key lime pie in Florida Keys’ might bring back that itch on your feet.
You can always trust someone who has travelled around the globe to teach you some sumptuous recipes. What’s best, however, is you can trust the Bald Hiker to not only offer you some amazing recipes from around the world but also the best offbeat ways of making them. Consider setting a pasta maker, which you presumably don’t have at home, on your bench.
There are high chances you might fell in love with this blog for the kind of care it shows towards you. Consider little things that have been bothering you like how to save for travel or cost of living around the world, or how to work and travel. And then, go A Little Adrift and find answers to all those questions.
Once on the Semi-Rad blog, you would know you have landed in an artist’s galore. From his creatively quirky writing style, to intriguingly fascinating books, to its fancy designs in the form of T-Shirts, bags and more, this one is a complete package and such a treat to read, literally.
It’s true. Travel bug can hit anyone at any time. There’s no list and vaccine to its immunity. Legal Nomads is a testimony to that fact. Consider a former lawyer eating soup for a living, in her own words. You’ll find Jodi’s blog, Legal Nomads, as much intriguing as inspirational but much more informational.
Quite a fancy name, don’t you think? Fancier, however, are the photographs on display in this blog. Coming straight from the lenses of award-winning photographers, Lina and David, Divergent Travelers is a piece of pie for the eye. Well, that stands true for even those of you who hate pie. Not that such category of people exists. Just saying.
There is always something fascinating about reading ‘Epic Travel Experiences’ for before we know it, we are totally gripped by the mind-boggling stories. In case you are unaware what kinds of stuff are included in something like that, consider riding Harry Potter train in Scotland or facing the cold Icelandic waters or… Why not go check it out? Wait, don’t forget to come right back for more.
This one’s not for one or two but for all, just like it’s not about one or two things in Atlanta but a 365 coverage, capturing all sides from every angle. Don’t believe us? Alright, would you if we say, steal some quirky date night ideas right from this blog? Or would you if we mention summer camps or family travel?
That Backpacker! Which one you ask? Well, the very one with an insatiable case of wanderlust. The one with so long a list of explored destinations that it might leave you in haze. The very one with travel tips on packing and life and musings making you smile big and bigger. Yes, that very Backpacker you are most likely to checkout right away.
How good is an O in Solo? Let Solo Traveler World explain that to you. When that’s sorted, jump right onto 32 tips, the only number of tips, on a plethora of travel topics, you’ll ever need. In case you fancy food and wine, look no further. There’s so much to be had, take it any way you want, and allow Solo Traveler World to make a strong case in favor of that.
If ‘offbeat’ travel is your thing look no further. There’s so much under that category that you would dive right in it. If not, look no further. For whoever you are, and whatever your cup of tea is, you are most likely to find it here. Solo travel, adventure travel, budget travel, travel tips, even humor. It’s all right here.
Biker Alert! This one’s all about visiting the world on your bike. Let’s begin with Tom’s, of the Toms Bike Trip, current and past rides. They are like an island full of thousands of different flowers and lots of snacks (current imagination could only run that far right now). Then, there are loads of helpful feed like Bike Buyer’s Guide, touring help and advice, tales from the road and much more.
Well, like we always do, we were again inclined towards the off-beat stuff and were attracted by the ‘awesome stuff’ on this blog. That became our go to for everything while on this blog. There’s plenty of stories, experiences and trips packed under that name, from accommodation to travel services, travel apps to electronics, beauty section to useful books, travel gear to carry on items and a couple more.
If you are considering taking a Euro Trip but are stuck on the budget, then this is your safe haven. With a Free Euro Trip Budget Calculator, this one wipes the sweat off your forehead and offers you a piece of cake to cheer you up. Once that’s sorted, let them offer you the dream city guides or go as far as planning a Euro Trip for you.
Who’s Anna? And how in heavens is she everywhere? Hop in the wagon while we find that out for you. So, Anna has been to 77 of total 193 countries so far. While she was at it, she did not only traveled the continents or sprawl in her room but jot down a list of helpful travel support and her favorite travel experiences for you to benefit from.
This one’s straight from Australia. Supporting the philosophy of ‘Make Life An Adventure’ the Wonderful Wanderings promises a delightful experience right from the very beginning. Trust Alesha and Jarryd, the ones offering Wonderful Wanderings, to put you at ease and help you feel like you are talking straight to them despite being oceans apart.
We loved their idea at first sight. For true wanderers this one’s going to come as the God’s own messenger. These bloggers mind didn’t let them stay in one place for long, so now they tour around the world, spending exactly 91 days and moving on, but not before writing 91 articles about that destination. While we were visiting their blog, they have been living in Saigon. See where they’re at while you travel through time machine.
Coming straight from a British Travel Press award winning writer Becki, Borders of Adventure is a multi-character blog that might catch your fancy. Being in the farthest part of the list, this blog still has a good chunk of elements unseen and unread so far. Take its catchy website design for example. And then there’s ‘Borderlines’ for you.
Check the Big Outside for their family adventures. And if you really are much into family adventure stuff, you might like to check out their book, ‘Before They’re Gone’ where he and his family goes about exploring America’s most endangered national parks. And then, there’s stuff about gear reviews. But the cherry on the cake is the Big Outsides blog posts about the outdoor skills.
Global Gallivanting might prove a good handbook for those seeking solutions to working abroad. There’s a lot on that bit, from ways to work and travel to making travel a lifestyle, ways to get paid to travel to volunteering abroad. Apart from that, there are travel tips and guides on budget travel tips, cheapest travel destinations in world, ways to travel for free and much more.
That name is perhaps a metaphor for travel and travelers, quite like food and foodies.
Besides being a tour company, Monkeys and Mountains run an active travel blog covering a to z of travel.
There are photos and vacation ideas, hiking and cycling tips and wildlife encounters and much more.
Begin The Girl and Globe with Travel Tips, something we would like to suggest. There’s much under that category covering travel smart, travel cheap and travel gear. Running on the idea of interactive travel, let Becky, blogger of The Girl and Globe, solve your dilemma and help you with a thing or two, actually a lot more than that, from your travel planning to travelling IRL.
‘One Globe. No Regrets.’ To begin with, that’s actually a fancy motto. There’s a little too much for almost every kind of traveler with varied kinds of needs and desires. Covering the back of foodie travelers to comforting LGBT with a long list of blogs and tips, Globetrotter Girls shows subtly how much they care. While you are at it, check out their personal travel reflections.
While Ashleys Abroad, ‘she is a wine drinker, bookworm and expat in Africa’. And when she’s not Abroad, she’s still quite the same. Her website is full of blogs covering myriad of destinations. What you’re most likely to be fascinated by in Ashley’s blog, apart from destination blogs, is her blogs on books she love, and musings.
There’s literally a lot you can take from this blog. Keeping aside the travel tips, stories, musings and best of for a while, you can wander around some really intriguing and fascinating stuff about making money, self-improvement and female travel series. Surprise yourself with the choice of first pick and tag along.
You must be aware by now about how much we love colors. This one’s delightfully loaded with just the right amount of colors. There’s quite a lot to check out here, and if you are, even in the slightest manner possible, considering becoming a financially sustainable full-time traveler, this is where you need to be.
For all those who would dedicate that statement, This Is My Happiness, to their families then this is your place. Pulling up the tricks and treats of travelling with family from Jenna’s blog might prove quite healthy at the right time. What’s more? She also writes about wine and is an ambassador for Northstar, at North Lake Tahoe.
Fan of festivals? Rock it till you flip flop it right on Vicky Flip Flop Travels. Apart from the upcoming major festivals on her wish list, there’s a whole lot to check out from the festivals she had already visited. Then tag along a little farther for all the interesting blogs covering her experiences and helping you with information on creating better experiences for yourselves.
Consider these three adjectives – Adventurer, Author and Motivational Speaker. Now put them in one person and you have Alastair Humphrey. While reaching this farther down the list you must have encountered plenty of adventures already, but allow Alastair to take you on a micro-adventure. Yes, that exists.
If your travel style is different than the rest and you wish to read dedicated blogs per your travel style, go to Indiana Jo. Covering a good chunk of stylesfrom adventure travel to around the world travel, beaches and relaxing travel to budget travel, city travel to independent travel, Indiana Jo takes on a delightful virtual journey.
While the list ends here, we are certain your craving for travel didn’t. With so much to explore and so much more to learn about the business of travel, even if it is minding your own business and travelling, let nothing stop you. Finances, if that had been your major concern we hope our deep research above had given you a good insight on how to travel for free or earning while travelling. True that you can learn so much from others experiences, the best, however, that you learn is from your own, real life experiences. We say go out, explore the world, sit by the beaches, hike up the mountains, nap by the riverside, chat with the monkeys, stroll with strangers, bike in Bahamas, relish the delicacies, date the wilderness, do everything but, might we steal Jonny Blair’s words and say, don’t stop living.