Before I started blogging about adventure travel 9 years ago, it inspired me to explore the world by reading blogs about other people’s travels. Travel Blogs are a great source of ideas and tips for travel planning!
Below are some of my favorite travel blogs and many others that I have found over the years. I hope you will enjoy the different travel magazines, photos and videos that bloggers around the world are publishing, as well as me!
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Below you’ll find my favourite blogs.
Maptia is a joint project with several photographers, writers, adventurers and environmentalists who offer their readers a world full of inspiring and stimulating stories. Today it is a voluntary organisation that has spent hundreds of hours over the past four years helping its employees to publish the most effective stories in an independent and unpromotional environment.
Roads & Kingdoms
Your message is simple: the more you know, the better you will travel. R&K uses talented local journalists, in-depth stories and all the good things in life – food, music, alcohol – to inform and inspire tourists from all over the world. They won an Emmy 2018 award at the biggest show, the National Magazine Award 2019 and James Beard Publication of the Year 2017.Notes From The Road
Notes from the Road
On the street, by canoe, by sea plane, and especially on foot, Eric Gauger takes up the challenges of the city and landscape of today’s world. Eric refers to his website as a reference to his love of improvised music and how travel is often better improvised, and describes his writing style as “the chaotic truth about travel told by an ordinary person”.
Ash In Europe
One of my favourite travel blogs, Ashineurope is a a travel site with plenty of amazing stories from all around Europe. I’m also a massive fan of Ash’s guides, including his top gins piece which will certainly get you thirsty.
Jody was a lawyer. Now he tells stories through food. After quitting her job as a commercial lawyer, she started telling stories about her journeys with legal nomads. Instead of going back to North America and the United States, his position became a new career. As Coleslaw, food education helped her cope with less fears and diseases during her travels.
Daniel Noll and Audrey Scott, born in the United States of America, are the narrators of the free market. Through their stories, advice and conversations, they create a movement of travelers who live at the crossroads of adventure, travel and life experience.
Atlas & Boots
Atlas & Boots is an open tourist blog with exciting activities in remote locations, whether you’re sailing with whales in Tonga or walking through the volcanoes of Vanuatu. Although Peter Watson and Kia Abdullah began operating at the opposite ends of the outer spectrum, over the years they have moved to the centre of what they call the outer spectrum.
Derek left the United States of America in 1999 for a three-month postgraduate trip to Asia. The idea was to pack his backpack in Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam and then go home. In short, this adventure continues to this day. After all, he did not return home after these three months. They have been traveling continuously for over 18 years and Derek has visited more than 100 countries!
Matt grew up in Boston and went abroad for the first time at the age of 23, but now he’s fine again. Matt, author of How to Travel the World in the New York Times for $50 a day and founder of NomadicMatt.com, has helped millions of people travel with proven and reliable tips and tricks.