The ultimate list of Travel Bloggers – Best Travel Blogs 2018
Are you heading on vacation in 2018? Are you looking for some travel inspiration from the world’s best bloggers?
There are so many travel blogs available online in 2018 that it can be extremely hard to find the best ones to follow. At Top 10 Travel we have hand selected what we believe to be the best travel blogs currently available online in 2018.
We have included amazing Luxury Travel Blogs that spend their time eating at the worlds best restaurants and staying in amazing 6 star accommodation. We have also added the world’s best Family Travel Blogs that provide amazing tips and ways to save on money on your next family vacation.
We have some amazing hiking and outdoor blogs that cover all sorts of outdoor adventures from single day hikes through to multiple day hikes like the Appalachian Trail or Annapurna in Nepal.
Read some of the Solo Travel Blogs that are run by some very adventurist men and women and include Budget Solo Travel where the bloggers make their money last as long as possible by staying in hostels or backpacking around the world.
If you find a great travel blog that suits your travel style then I suggest voting for that site, following some of their amazing posts and sharing with your friends on Facebook and Twitter.
We dare you not to get a severe case of wanderlust and jealously as you read some of these amazing travel blogs. If you would like to start your own travel blog then please read our great guide.
If you have a favorite travel blog not listed below then please use the following button to add your site.
The following are the Best Travel Blogs in 2018 as voted by our readers.
Bexcapades is a travel blog by Bex who writes about travelling with anxiety disorder. She is currently travelling around Australia on a Working Holiday Visa so most of her new content is based around there. The blog tries to encourage others to go on their own adventures & break away from the traditional 9-5.
Eyeful-Events is a lifestyle and travel blog by Becky Rose Carver who is currently currently travelling Australia along the east coast on a one year working holiday visa, as part of the experience and in order to get her second year visa granted Becky has to do regional work (agricultural) for 88 days so she is going to document her experience
Not everyone can quit their day job to travel and be a nomad. The author behind The Average Tourist holds a regular 9 to 5 corporate job and started this travel blog to share her passion for seeing the world. The purpose is to give average tourists (like her) inspiration and information to maximize their adventures. On The Average Tourist blog you can find a collection of tips, reviews, and itineraries to help plan your future adventures!
Passport Symphony is a travel blog that provides adventurers with great advice and tips on traveling in the cheapest way possible. The blog is written by Daniel Kiteski who is a young blogger from Skopje in the republic of Macedonia and provides some great articles on a wide range of destinations and topics. Daniel had visited over 30 countries by the time he turned 24 and most of his adventures are solo. One of the things we love about this site is that Daniel visits some awesome hidden gems and avoids some of the usual travel destinations which we seen in every other travel blog. He also ...
✨Celebrate Life's Bubbly Moments ✨ Emilia is ranked as one of the top female influencers in North America, with focus on luxury travel, fashion, and lifestyle. She runs the popular travel blog, Bubbly Moments. The Bubbly Moments is focused on empowering people to travel the world, providing useful travel knowledge, tips, inspiration, and advice. Discover the world's most luxurious destinations and exclusive places.
The YTravel Blog is written by Australian married couple Caz and Craig Makepeace, and focuses on destination trips around the world and road trips in Australia and the US?in fact, the blog is starting a running series on the family?s road trip to every US state this March. A big part of the appeal of the YTravel Blog is its positivity. Obviously, there aren?t a lot of pessimistic travel blogs out there, but the Y Travel Blog takes this positivity to a whole new level, with budgeting and timing tricks to help every family get outside the box and take adventures. While there?s plenty here about ...
Where Charlie Wanders is a real, faux pas and all, account of Charlie's wanderings around the world. With a little bit of wanderlust, some confessions and advice it’s perfect for anyone who wants some inspiration. From Europe to Mongolia her destinations are varied!
Lizzie Lau is a single mom traveling with a young daughter, and living a minimalist life that values experience over material things. She has traveled to 34 countries, and recently returned home to live in BC after nearly 20 years of living abroad while working as a chef in the yachting industry. She calls herself a reformed adrenaline junkie because injuries caused her to quit motocross racing and competitive skydiving, parenthood caused her to quit living in Central America with a Glock9 in her purse.
Little Big Traveler is a travel blog written by Bulgarian Eve (short for Evelina) who has dreamed of traveling since she was a little girl holidaying on the Black Sea. Little Big Traveler offers some great photos and useful information about the places that Eve has traveled to or lived. We also love the accommodation reviews and travel gear.
Iva Says is a travel blog that offers a wide range of interesting categories for travelers and dreamers worldwide. This spot provides comprehensive and objective destination, accommodation and transportation reviews as well as wonderful photo essays and top shopping deals. Furthermore, visitors can find useful resources and tips on both traveling and blogging as well as lots of information on caves, beaches, hiking trails and other attractions of the nature. In other words, Iva Says is a blog for both nature lovers/nomads and modern tech-adoring tourists.
TravelLatte is a travel lifestyle blog by Rob & Ann, "Pretirement" travelers sharing affordable luxuries, travel news, reviews, and tips, with an emphasis on authenticity for everyone who enjoys travel. From daydreams to nightmares, you'll find engaging stories and trusted reviews, with fun side-trips along the way. Just like friends talking travel over lattes!
Zimbabwe to is a travel blog written by Zimbabwean couple Shannon and Warwick who are traveling Europe while studying their Masters degrees. Passionate about art, travel and history, they want to learn as much as they can about the world. Europe has beautiful architecture and they have appreciated exploring some of the continent but Africa still holds their hearts. They want to explore all of the world and grab onto every opportunity that comes their way no matter how terrifying it is.
Going Awesome Places is an awesome outdoor adventure travel blog that follows the journey of Will Tang around the world. This highly influential brand is one that focuses on inspiring, telling stories, detailed itineraries, and sending the wanderlust vibes through video.
Shweta has always been passionate about travel and immersing in new experiences. Having been to over 40 countries on work and personal trips with her family, she started Zest In A Tote in mid-2017 to bring family-friendly itineraries and tips, destinations, and luxury stays to her readers. Her belief is that family travel need not be boring and usual and one can do a mix of local culture & food, adventure activities and relaxation, all with family.
Empty Nesters Travel Insights was created by Ian and Lesley who are a couple of 50 something Australian empty nesters. They provide travel stories and useful tips to help fellow over 50's plan their first overseas trip on a budget.
Nomadic Matt is one of the most popular travel bloggers online and its easy to see how, Matt provides tips on how to travel better, cheaper and longer with a series of fantastic money saving travel tips that are guaranteed to get you hungry for more travel.
The Trippin’ Turpins are Intrepid sailors, perpetual travellers, bold explorers and lovers of food who are exploring the world by land and by sea. Their home, and usual mode of transport, is Thorfinn, their 45 foot yacht… planes, trains and automobiles get them to all the other destinations! The Trippin’ Turpin website is jam-packed with travel tips, awesome places to visit, things to do, as well as cruising information and live aboard life!
The Lightweight Travellers, Anna and Neil are currently on a round the world adventure with hand luggage only. They have travelled through 11 countries in the last six months, just with 30 litre backpacks. The blog is full of travel info and advice on where they have visited as well as great information on how you too can travel light!
Khoi Nguyen originally built The Broad Life to store all of his memories about different trips that he went on. He was not good at memorizing things so decided he wanted to write the blog as his own personal diary. He hopes that one day when he is getting old that he has a place to look back at his young, energetic moments. As The Broad Life expanded, it was shared with more and more people to inspire everyone go explore the world and live a more adventurous, interest, and experienced life.
Elle Louise was started recently by Elle who is a young teaching assistant based in the UK and it aims to help people realise you're on an adventure as soon as you leave your front door, and that it is possible to balance wanderlust as well as working full time! This blog includes include budgeting tips and tricks, shares stories of her travels (some of which have some quite funny 'oops' moments!).
A natural homebird with a big case of wanderlust, Megan writes about travel - or at least her travels. She started Anxious to Adventure to keep a diary of where she traveled to and try to share as much about each destination she visits.
LifewithNeve is a travel and lifestyle blog that predominantly tells about her travels around the world, where she has been growing up and of her experiences growing up abroad with other topics thrown in there! Neve is a 20 year old with a huge passion for travel and writing! She writes guides on certain places, must see and eats alongside preparing for an upcoming trip! Her favourite blogs to write though are her trip day by day!
Mommy Travels is a family travel and lifestyle blog covering destinations around the world. On Mommy Travels you will find travel tips, reviews of hotels and restaurants, activity suggestions, and more. Whether you are on a budget and need to stay close to home, or able to have an exotic luxury vacation Mommy Travels can help you research and plan your trip. Meagan is the author and host of Mommy Travels. She will go anywhere in the world and try anything, especially if she can bring her three kids.
Through a mutual passion for sharing their travelling experiences through photography, Nick and Hannah created Salt in Our Hair. While the couple initially started a page on Instagram with the same name, they decided to travel the world together in May 2016. Currently they have more than 125,000 followers on Instagram and their website shares great tips and experiences on inexpensive travelling.
With the belief that adventure can be enjoyed be everyone, Dave and Deb have created the Planet D to motivate and inform others. Over the past 8 years, they have visited numerous countries and have been featured by numerous TV channels including the National Geographic. Their website was named amongst the Top 10 influencers of the world by Forbes as it provides wonderful guidance and motivation for travelling.
Kate Loves Travel covers anything and everything travel-related - from trip and product reviews to her top travel tips through to travel photography. The blog covers a range of trips and activities to suit everyone and every budget. Kate's aim is to inspire everyone to get out there and explore more of our incredible planet!
Keith and Tina have been together for 24 years and lived a life full of travelling and journeys to beautiful locations. They previously had successful careers and often took vacations with their kids. As their son and daughter started living abroad, Keith and Tina realized that they had enough funds to travel themselves and soon retired. They started Retire Early and Travel to share their comfortable travelling experiences with other people and motivate them to travel more.
Teacake Travels was started by Alice Teacake to share her solo travelling experiences with the rest of the world. After 7 years of travelling the world alone, Alice is now an expert who offers advice and motivation to other people interested in exploring the world. Her website offers great reviews, stories, motivational articles and advice for solo travel along with tips and gear for preparation.
Summer Hull is a mother of two and loves travelling with her kids. Summer already knew the benefits of airline points and promotional policies and decided to use her knowledge for exploring the world. Travelling across various countries with her children, she realized that with proper tools any family can go on vacations within a budget. She started Mommy Points to share her experiences and tips for airline points and rewards.
Run by highly acclaimed photographers and writers Jarryd Salem and Alesha Bradford, NOMADasaurus is the largest adventure travel blog in Australia. They started the blog in 2013 to document their journey from Asia to Africa through land. Five years later, they have more than 200,000 followers on social media and a team of active writers which continue delivering impressive travelling guides, reviews, offers etc.
The Boutique Adventurer is the the brainchild of Amanda O'Brien, an Aussie currently living in London who is a frequent traveler while also enjoying a little luxury in her life. This fantastic travel blog includes great articles on destinations from Australia to Tunisia and everywhere in between. Amanda has visited over 70 countries and she likes to travel with friends, families as well as solo which is unusual for travel blogs who normally only cover 1 niche area. The Boutique Adventurer also includes some great travel tips, and reviews of some business class airlines and luxury hotels. ...
Stuart, aka America's International Travel Expert®, loves to travel the world as a cruise ship speaker, as part of a traveling husband & wife, as an author seeking more stories for his books. He loves to include photographs to show the readers the experiences they will also have when they visit those places. Stuart loves familiar places he's been to many times, and he also enjoys finding a new place to venture and share with others.
With a Backpack is a website and blog geared towards aspiring TEFL teachers, particularly those wishing to teach in China. The author Chris, has been teaching in China for the last 3 years and is happy to give help and advice to anyone who needs it! You can find anything from helpful guides, teacher interviews to embarrassing stories over on With a Backpack.
Blondie Wanderlust is written by Molly who is a girl who never wanted to travel ... yes you heard that right! After moving to Spain she became obsessed with travelling! Follow Molly on her journey around Europe, on a budget, eating all the food that she can and learning as many languages as possible. What makes Blondie Wanderlust blog different? Molly is not a travel expert, and you can join her as she makes her way across the road and learning to travel!
My Tan Feet was created by Yeison and Samantha to share their travelling experiences across Costa Rica. After visiting a large number of places over the country for the past 6 years, their blog now provides detailed information about different regions of Costa Rica. You can find travel guides and tips along with information on adventure, living, itineraries and discounts.
Made to Travel was created by Canadian couple David & Cayleigh to make planning your itinerary easier.Traveling will inspire your imagination and change your perspective. Pick a place, save some money and make it happen! Experiencing new cultures while you expand your world is something you will never regret. Let Made to Travel help you plan your next adventure!
The World of Wonderlust is a travel and lifestyle blog from Brooke Saward that has a combination of Luxury and money saving tips and articles. Hotels review include some honeymoon favorites like the Maldives, South African Safaris, and boutique Paris.
Vicky is on a mission to change the world by inspiring people to explore the world and themselves. After ending a tumultuous relationship, Vicky decided to travel the world alone and share her journey through Vicky Flip Flop Travels. In the last 4 years, she has travelled numerous countries and you can find great advice and entertaining stories on inexpensive travelling through this website.
Rocky Travel is an award-winning web travel guide for the active solo traveller who loves to explore the most beautiful places with focus on Australia and Europe. Since 2010 it has been helping thousands of travellers planning their adventure in a simpler a smarter way. The site is filled with many free trip planning tools and guides. Besides that you can take advantage of travel planning services, purchase my book and join my Small Group Tours of Italy and Australia.Michela paints the Australian outback in colors you’ve never seen before in this useful guide for the solo traveler ...
While Out Riding initially started as a blog to chart Cass? bike journey towards south starting at Prudoe Bay. More than 15 years later, Cass still has his love for bikes and the blog has grown into a massive website with numerous stories of his adventures. Touring different countries, Cass continues to ride and explore new places while motivating and helping other people through his experiences.
A luxury travel blog is for people who like the finer things in life. This blog by Dr Paul Johnson provides information on the most luxurious hotels and resorts. Some amazing tips and reviews on 5 star experiences worldwide.
Beard and Curly was started by Yana and Timon who met at college when they were both 18. After graduating, they moved to San Francisco but work soon eluded their free minds and they decided to travel around the world. Travelling since December 2015, they have backpacked across numerous countries. Their blog offer helpful tips, itinerary and personal experiences for other travellers.
After having her second baby and 10 years in the industry of fashion apparel, Tara Cannon decided to live her old nomadic lifestyle. She spent the next 8 years and 70 flights on travelling with her two kids. She started Pint Size Pilot to share various simple things which a parent can do for making their travel experience better. You can also find useful tools in the shop item and read travel guides for a great family vacation.
Time Travel Turtle is a website created by Michael Turtle to share his experience and advice with people. After working for a decade as a reporter for television and radio in Australia, he set out to fulfill his passion for travelling different countries. You can find ample advice and guidance for visiting exotic locations spread across 61 countries through his 850 stories.
Liz Carlson has lived a life full of adventures and has numerous interesting stories to share. She started Young Adventuress in 2011 as she was preparing to move to Spain. Over time, she travelled across various countries documenting her experiences through the blog. Since last four years she has been living in beautiful mountains of New Zealand while exploring the world. You can find various travel tips and lifestyle advices on this website.
Traveling Canucks is one of the most well-known travel blogs because of its wide appeal. The blog started when couple Nicole and Cameron Wears left their jobs and went on some serious adventures in 2008, and has continued as they've settled down in Vancouver, started working regular jobs again, and started a family. Their experience with serious, long-term backpacking adventures has given them a lot of knowledge that can be put to use in smaller family trips, and their location in Vancouver makes them ideal for North American readers (though they travel all over the world, having visited over ...
Points with a Crew is a family travel blog with a much more specific mission than most helping you save money, travel more, and most of all get all the benefits of credit card rewards programs. With plenty of experience, stories, and specific advice, blogger and dad of six kids Dan offers ways for regular families to begin to excel at what he calls travel hacking. Travel hacking involves finding all the best deals, planning things well in advance, and ensuring that you can stretch even the tightest budget to give yourself and your family a much-needed and much-deserved good time. If you're a ...
Shivya Nath's is a story of fulfilling childhood curiosities and ambitions. Ever since quitting her corporate job 6 years ago, she has been on the road searching for new adventures and regaling her readers with all of her wonderful experiences. She leads a fully nomadic lifestyle and works from the road to support her soul's desire to backpack through every country in the world. From insightful travel guides to lucid introductions into the life of a full-time solo female traveler, her blog is as resourceful as it is entertaining to read for anyone curious about a life on the road. She ...
Art Wolfe has been taking amazing travel photos for over 50 years and has taken some incredible shots. His photography covers every corner of the globe and some extremely remote destinations. We love the picture above and the many colors of the Fish Market in Benin Western Africa.
Starting her first adventure at the age of 16 through a year of high school in Australia, Caroline has a long history of travelling. After numerous backpacking adventures, she decided to become a full time traveller in 2014. She started Breathing Travel to share her experiences and provides useful tips and guidance for travelling and living a nomadic lifestyle.
This a blog maintained mainly by Becky Moore, Scott Balaam, Beth Pinches and Lee Hubard. All of them are writers are photographers by profession. They travel across the globe and document their visits through blogs and pictures on Global Grasshoppers. One can also check various hotels listed on their website when travelling.
Helen is an event manager who had her heart set on seeking out new experiences from the word go. Her approach to solo traveling for the female explorer is as practical as it gets as she doles out useful tips and various insights on solo female traveling. Her blog contains a mixture of fun recollections as she describes her adventures through Africa and other parts of the world, and practical guides to things like planning your dream trip, getting travel insurance, places to visit, where to get the best culinary experiences, and a very detailed city guide for her hometown, Liverpool. Her ...
Aileen from Philippines is a solo globe trotter. Over time, her blog has grown to introduce the world to the chic side of travelling solo featuring numerous tips and hacks to ease your travel especially if you travel alone. People can also find great places, nice hotels and adventurous things to do while out on the road.
Sabrina is a brave human who loves travelling and telling stories about her journey. While she worked as a screen designer till 2008, she finally left her job and decided to travel around the world. After going to work in Germany, she again left her work and started Just One Way Ticket in 2013 to share her travelling experiences. You can find her amazing stories along with inspiration and guidelines for exploring the world.
Vanda is a journalist turned yoga teacher turned travel blogger. She runs The Yogi Wanderer, a fast growing travel blog with a focus on self-discovery through traveling, living abroad, and yoga. Featuring stories, tips and advice about transforming destinations and life-changing experiences, The Yogi Wanderer aims to inspire its readers to discover the world and their true selves.
Travel journalist Kim-Marie Evans is better known as the luxury travel mom and her blog specializes in luxury and family travel. The blog includes articles about luxury family accommodation at ski and beach resorts around the world as well as some great videos. Kim-Marie also offers some travel fashion and style tips.
The Blog Abroad was created by Gloria to share her lifestyle and travelling experiences with the world. Despite having very less funds, she bought a flight ticket to Europe in 2013 and since then she has traveled across 6 continents visiting more than 60 countries. She became a full time travel blogger in 2015 to motivate and help people in travelling the world.
Roseanna Sunley is a solo budget traveller with no sense of direction who is trying to have as many mini adventures as possible. Roseanna considers herself to be not very organised and usually just wings it which is sometimes good and sometimes very very bad. This great blog shares some of her stories, travel tips as well as destination guides.
Miranda and Mark is an Australian couple who created The Common Wanderer to share their mutual love for travelling and adventure. They chose to leave their boring life behind in 2015 and started travelling around the world. Till now, they have explored over 30 countries and you can find amazing photographs, reviews, experiences along with useful tips and motivation for inexpensive travel.
Go Eat Do is written by the award-winning travel and food journalist, Stuart Forster. He established Go Eat Do in 2013 and writes about destinations, places to stay, culinary experiences and activities. He enjoys encountering wildlife and it was a story about a close encounter with a polar bear, in Churchill, Manitoba, for which Stuart was awarded the 2017 British Annual Canada Travel Award for Best Online Coverage. We recommend that you take a look at Go Eat Do.
The Man in Seat 61 is an amazing travel website that tells you everything you need to know about train travel. The Seat 61 Facebook page has great stories about the world of train travel while also offering tips and all the information you could possible need about trains.
Jen is a highly motivated individual who loves to make a change towards a better world. She started the Social Girl Traveler to share her journeys and experiences but it has quickly grown into a major website making her a highly successful impact travel influencer. She has changed over 12,000 lives across 5 countries while visiting 41 countries till now. Her website offers great tools and advice for earning, traveling and marketing.
Bonnie Rakhit visits the worlds most stylish places and discovers great places to eat, shop, sleep and hang out. Bonnie is a former fashion editor at Elle Magazine and collaborates with some of the most luxurious brands. Destinations include exotic beaches, spa retreats and hip festivals. Articles include hotel reviews, fashion and style, restaurants and bars and clubs.
Travel Mamas is a travel website which helps children and parents to connect with each other through adventures and travel. This website is among the top 50 travel blogs as per data from Google Analytics with numerous contributors from different parts of the world. You can find great tips and advice for travelling with family through this website.
Adam is a hipster who loves to travel around the world. After working as a graphic designer in Boston, he quit his job and set off on a world trip and started Travels of Adam to share his experiences with people. Over time he has visited numerous countries and you can find useful advice on travelling and earning online through this website.
Violeta Matei is an internet marketer and traveller along with being a highly active person. She quit her corporate job as a trainer for personal development in 2006 and started writing blogs and travelling. She has numerous websites and offers her travelling experiences through Violeta Matei website. People can find useful travelling advice and experience the thrill of journey through her posts.
We 3 Travel is a family travel blog started by the Gruber family to help other people on their journeys. This family of 3 has travelled across 21 countries and taken numerous trips in different states of America. They believe that a family can bond better when they explore the nature together and provide useful tips, reviews, guides and planning services through their website.
Make Time to See the World is a fantastic travel blog by Vicki who was previously a UK Lawyer before deciding to focus on inspiring others with her travel blog. Along with her partner Gavin they traveled the world and have visited over 40 countries. Make Time to See the World offers great destination guides, packing lists, blogging tips and amazing photography. We love the blog post 75 Inspirational Travel Quotes to Fuel Your Wanderlust. Vicki and Gavin are skiers, scuba divers and foodies with a passion for travel who love to share their adventures.
Mapping Megan is an travel blog by Australian journalist Megan and American photographer Mike Jerrard who have developed an obsession with travel over the last 10 years. The pair and adrenaline junkies and extremely active travelers who have blogged about some of their amazing adventures.
JustLuxe covers lifestyle, fashion, auto and more while also having a fantastic Luxury Travel section. Articles include Luxury Vacation ideas, Resorts and Spas, Luxury Villas as well as some awesome travel videos.
Modern Hiker was founded in 2006 by Casey Schreiner and is one of the oldest and most read hiking blogs. Modern Hiker is focused on hikes in North America and provides in-depth information including Maps, GPS data and directions for each hike. They also have a shop offering gear, books an other hiking resources.
While all of the blogs included in this informational article feature advice tailored to traveling with children, Travels with Baby focuses almost exclusively on the additional fun?and additional challenges?you can have while traveling with a baby. With a very welcoming tone, Shelly Rivoli presents plenty of practical information on both products and destinations to get the most out of your travels with baby. This advice will be especially welcome to new parents, but there?s plenty here for the more experienced to learn as well. On top of all that, this blog is just tons of fun.
Every World Heritage Site is the ultimate bucket list travel blog which documents an odyssey to all 2779 (and counting!) inscribed and tentative UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Follow the adventures and vivacité d'esprit of Alex Curylo as he visits everywhere you've heard of, even more you've never heard of, and sprinkles travel tips and reviews along the way; plus heads up on travel related contests and events!
From backpacking through Europe, India, and Asia for a whole year to occasionally burying herself in books, Ashley's interests are diverse. However, her love for traveling has equipped her with essential experience and expansive knowledge in the nuances of being a solo female traveler. She has written extensively about what it is like to live in Africa, among other places, and is one of the few bloggers out there with the chops to teach others how to balance a full-time job with a life on the open road. Her mostly practical travel blog consists of articles on things like the best shoes to ...
The Hiking Lady blog provides articles, hiking gear reviews and other information to make it easier for women to embrace the outdoors. The Hiking Lady is better know as Carol Roberts who grew up in California and loves to backpacking and the great outdoors. Carol also runs Hiking Baby to help parents and families enjoy the great outdoors.
Tapped Out Travellers is written by Christine Leger, a Canada native who finds herself living in Germany for work?and wants to take the opportunity to see Europe in all its glory, and share that experience with her kids. There are two major subjects she covers in this blog: budgeting and culture. While budget advice is a staple of almost all family travel blogs, more budgeting advice is never a bad thing, and Christine puts her own great spin on it, with stories and examples as well as good, clearheaded advice. What really sets Christine?s blog apart from all the other travel blogs out there, ...
The Luxe Travel is a unique travel blog catering to those travelers searching for the ultimate luxury experience. This blog is run by Will and Emily and features articles about Luxury Spa?s, Villas, Hotels and Transport as well as some amazing luxury travel destinations.
Gary Leff is a highly acclaimed travel expert and works as the Chief Financial Officer at a university?s research center. He discovered that people can avail flying miles and airline points through simple tricks which can be used to fund their vacation trips. He started View from the Wing to share his experiences and offer coupons along with latest airline promotions and discounts.
Kristen started touring across the globe in September 2012 and founded Be My Travel Muse to share her experiences with people. Since then, she has travelled around the world and become an award winning expert in the field of adventure travel and solo female travel. With over 200,000 monthly readers, you can subscribe to her website and get useful tips, photos and advice on solo travelling.
Aiming to fuse his passion of travelling and photography, Josh has started California Through My Lens about 5 years ago. He travels across California photographing and reviewing beautiful places which people can easily visit. With over 10 million views from over the world, this website continues to provide amazing locations hidden around California.
Surviving an adventurous childhood, Crystal started travelling at the young age of 18 years. Since then, she has travelled nearly two dozen countries despite having very little money. She started Castaway with Crystal for sharing her thrilling travel experiences with people and to help them travel with minimal finances. Her website offers entertaining and informational videos along with well written articles for helping people on their adventures.
Gary Arndt has been going all over the world for as long as 5 years taking astonishing photographs en route. He shares his stories, photographs and encounters on his award winning travel blog Everything Everywhere. His blogs are full of reviews of all the places he has visited and also provides link to websites where necessary travel gears can be bought.
Based on travelling experiences in Singapore, I Wandered is a highly useful blog while travelling in this country. Bino started this blog to help people discover new and exclusive places and interact with local folk during their visit to Singapore. Today, he is a successful travel blogger with his work being mentioned in the Lonely Planet Magazine, BBC Travel and other famous places.
A truly adventurous soul, Joanna Kalafatis fused her passion of photography, writing and travel through Lose the Map. She has visited more than 35 countries and offers her wide variety of experiences through different categories on her website. You can find her various journeys along with interesting reviews on culture, food, hotels, nightlife and road trips.
Gluten Free Horizons is run by, as you may have guessed, a gluten free travel addict! Francesca has always had a passion for travel, and is determined that being gluten free won't stop this foodie from seeing the world! Gluten Free Horizons particularly focuses on cruise lines and cruise destinations, as well as information about the North West of England, where Francesca is based.
Nomad Revelations is an adventure travel blog founded by Joao Leitao to share his experiences. Over time the blog has grown massively and now holds information on 126 countries. With a wish list of travelling to 20 non-listed countries the blog keeps offering new and useful content to readers. On this site, you can find tips and guides for journeying to different locations across the world.
Nicola Easterby was a simple Australian 21 year old girl who began Polkadot Passport as her travel blog to share a few personal experiences. However, within two years she has visited over 40 countries and now works as a full time travel blogger. Her blog offers amazing inspirational stories and photographs along with useful tips and information for inexpensive travel.
Formed with an expert collaboration of Nathan Thornburgh, Matt Goulding and Douglas Hughmanick, Roads & Kingdoms aims to inform travellers for a safe travel. This website has a large crew of writers and editors to share various aspects of travelling with readers. Winning numerous awards over the years, this is one of the best sources of information for any type of traveller.
The adventurous couple of Nic and Paul do not believe in the 9 to 5 working lifestyle. They created Roaming Renegades to live a life they want and show it to the mainstream world. Their interest in travelling and adventure sports has led them to numerous places and through a variety of experiences. If you like to visit thrilling and less explored places or want to lead a nomadic lifestyle then this place is the best for tips and advice on travelling and making money remotely.
A collaboration of Simone and Dan along with their mutual love for travelling led to the formation of The Aussie Flashpacker. A simple blog soon turned into a lifestyle and a decade later, they have visited all the six continents with their website offering all kinds of tips and advice on travelling and nomadic lifestyle. On a quest to complete their bucket list of 130 destinations, they continue sharing great experiences as they explore new locations.
James and Susan are a married couple who loves to travel and love across various parts of Europe. They created the Savvy Backpacker to help travellers and backpackers wishing to visit Europe. They focus on various details depending on the area of travel and offer numerous tips for a budget trip across different countries in Europe.
Luxury Columnist is an amazing UK luxury style & travel blog written by Suze and Paul who aim to help everyone experience a little luxury in their lives. The blog features hidden gems, unique experiences and all things luxury including food, style and travel.
Having visited 100 countries with over 200,000 social media followers and selected by TripAdvisor as one of the world’s Top 25 Travel Blogs, Wayne & Pat Dunlap’s blog shows people what’s worth seeing and gives a plethora of unique strategies on how to travel for half the cost at all levels of travel, from budget to luxury - plus hundreds of other travel tips. Wayne is a former economics professor and speaker at large travel shows.
Travel Alphas was started by two adventurous people who share a mutual passion for travelling and trying different food. Maddy and Mauricio have also been working and going to school while travelling to different places. Enjoying every bit of the journey, they believe that everyone can take out time for exploring the world and offer great tips and advice for planning and travelling.
Emma Spencer takes her followers on a stylish journey around the world. The UK-based Australian has gathered quite the following since launching The Emasphere in 2015, developing it into the statement-making, style-connoisseuring, travel-lusting, brand it is today. Emma loves creativity and individuality. This is seen not only with her statement-making style, but with her exploration of discovering unique brands. Whether it’s a quirky hotel, or an un-touristy restaurant or wine bar, E’s tips are what her readers love most. She’s their go-to to discover luxurious, attainable and very stylish ...
Dan and Audrey have been often described by people as adventurous, storytellers, full-time travellers and professionals. They left San Francisco in 2001 and travelled to Prague, after living there for five years, they again decided to leave their jobs and travel the world. They started Uncorned Market upon becoming full time travellers for sharing their travelling experiences and to motivate people for adventurous journeys.
Hiking The Trail began life in 2013 as a way for Adam Nutting to prepare for hiking the Appalachian Trail. Unfortunately Adam had to cut short the hike 200 miles in however his blog remained and has grown ever since. Hiking the Trail is a fantastic travel blog offering heaps of reviews, great photos and all the info you could ever need on?hiking.
Adventurous Kate is a solo female travel blog about Kate from Boston, USA. Like a lot of other travel bloggers Kate quit her job in 2010 at the age of 26 and set off on a world of Adventure and hasn't looked back. She has traveled everywhere from Australia to Vietnam and has covered almost 60 different countries.
Anna and Adam a couple from Wisconsin left their settled lives to travel 6 years ago. They?ve been visiting all across the globe and putting it in their blogs along with beautiful and fun pictures from all the places they have visited. Getting Stamped gives you a glimpse of all the fun places you need to visit.
Kiersten is a Californian who left her corporate career to make her globetrotting dreams a reality. Since then, she has managed to tour over 50 countries in 6 continents and cross out a bunch of things from her bucket list. She has interestingly turned The Blonde Abroad which features tons of resources for the solo female traveler from a personal travel diary into one of her biggest sources of income. Kiersten's blog focuses on luxury travel tips but occasionally dabbles in backpacking and travel photography. Her content is more guide-like and less like a memoir, and is filled with golden ...
Travel with Bender is one of the premier family travel blogs because of its sheer size and vast breadth of information. While many other family travel blogs choose to focus on a very specific element of traveling with a family, blogger Josh Bender writes about everything travel?and about how to make the nomadic lifestyle (or at least much more frequent vacations) work even for ordinary people. Another great thing that stands out about this website is its wealth of beautiful photography. Josh is a photographer both by hobby and by trade, and there are some amazing pictures of virtually every ...
Amanda's memoirs of the magical time she's spent on the road belie her small town origins. An avid J.R.R. Tolkien fan (which is where she got the inspiration for her blog's title), she is a passionate but very unique traveler who has managed to strike a balance between her love for the open road, a full-time job, and her beloved cat. A Dangerous Business is a solo female travel blog centered on her slightly offbeat experiences as she travels to epic destinations.
Dispatches from the wild is a travel blog created by Carrot Quinn who is a 34 year old Alaskan that has fallen into long distance hiking. This awesome travel blog has a very detailed account of her various hikes including the Pacific Crest Trail (Twice) , The Continental Divide Trail and Wyoming?s spectacular Wind River High Route. If you have a look at the about me page you will see the life lived by Carrot before discovering her love of hiking. You can read amazing stories of hitchhiking around North America and time spent riding freight trains and dumpster diving for food. The posts that ...
Heather Rochfort is A Colorado Gal who is obsessed with outdoors and adventure travel. Heather has lived on three continents and traveled to 27 countries and writes this fantastic blog about her journeys.
Lots a Fresh Air is a fantastic bushwalking and hiking blog by Australian Carolyn Ryan. Caro refers to herself as the unexpected outdoors chick and her?blog offers heaps of tips on hiking food, hiking fitness and bushcraft. A lot of the articles are about Australian and New Zealand bushwalks (That?s what we call them in Australia) and she offers some excellent local?knowledge.
Mattia Passarini is an amazing Italian photographer who takes photos in remote locations including Tibet, India and China. We love this photo called ?Tibetans on the Way? showing the Tibetan plateau with some snow-capped mountains in the background.
Cam Honan is an Australian who has traveled over 57000 miles (92,000 km) in approx?56 countries. The Hiking Life is his blog showcasing all the amazing hikes he has completed such as The Inca Trail in Peru, Annapurna Circuit in Nepal and The Appalachian Trail in the USA. The blog features in depth list and reviews of the?travel gear?he has used on each hike as well as fantastic how to guides and other hiking resources.
While every family travel blog focuses both on the fun and the unique challenges of traveling with kids, Where's Sharon makes traveling with kids its major focus. This is a great blog for those who have multiple kids, too blogger Sharon and husband Josh have three children, one of them a new baby. In addition to the destination guides and fun stories that populate every travel blog, Sharon focuses on providing practical information on products on services, so that you can travel on a budget.There are also articles for every destination the family has visited that provide plenty of ...
World Travel Family sets itself apart from a lot of the other travel blogs with its writers? extraordinary lifestyle. While most other travel blogs are run by families and couples who have planted roots in one area, World Travel Family?s blogger Alyson and her husband and two kids have been traveling nonstop for several years. While the blog started before the never-ending trip, the kids? enthusiasm and Alyson?s growing desire for independence from the workaday world led the family to start traveling indefinitely, leading a modern nomadic lifestyle. That is now the major subject of the blog, ...
Kevin is a backpacking traveller who started Art of Backpacking to share his experiences and has been on this journey since 3 years. With an experience of backpacking through more than a dozen countries, Kevin offers great tips for travelling experiences and personal growth. You can see informational videos, photos and articles by visiting this website.
Away Lands came to life after a creative collaboration between Amy Seder and Brandon Burkley. In September 2016, they began travelling full time and started this website to showcase their work and experiences. You can see numerous short films and photographs of their journey along with various professional assignments that they have completed on their way.
Travelling since 2007, Matt is the founder of the largest travel booking and planning website in New Zealand, Planit NZ. He started Backpacking Matt as a blog to share his stories and photos from personal journeys. You can find a wide range of useful tips and destination reviews on this blog.
Chasing the Donkey is a blog by an adventurous Australian family who lives in Croatia. Through this blog, they share their travelling experiences with readers about Croatia and 5 nearby countries. The blog tells you all about the places to visit in these countries, where to find good accommodation, what to pack, what to expect and what and where to eat. It also helps you plan your travel with family as the bloggers are a family themselves.
Find us Lost was created by Selena and Jacob when they left Los Angeles and decided to travel through Europe. Before settling into Amsterdam, they documented their journey all over Europe through blog posts and beautiful pictures. Their website shows the beauty of Europe, places to visit with a loved one and hotels to stay while remaining within the budget.
Resident of Portugal, Bruno is travelling the world and giving the readers ideas about how they can do it too through his blog Geeky Explorer. He travels in smart ways by maximizing the use of technology and getting the most value out of spent money. The blogs contain various hacks and tips for smart travelling and within budget too.
Go See Write is a travel website with various contributors belonging to different age groups and countries. This website has been regarded as one of the best travel guidance sites by numerous authorities. Offering ample advice for family or solo travelling the website also offers tips for managing the budget and getting more luxury during the journey.
Goats on the Road was started by Nick and Dariece from Canada for sharing their adventures and experiences while travelling. After travelling across numerous countries over past 8 years, they have discovered a lifestyle which allows them to explore new places and earn significant money at the same time. People can find tips and advice for travelling along with numerous ways of saving and earning during the journey.
Calculated Traveller is an online travel magazine with informative travel advice, helpful tips, honest reviews, and travel inspiration for destinations throughout the world. Sharing photos and memories of our adventures from both near and far; we focus on budget planning/preparation for value-conscious travellers across a wide range of travel experiences.
This blog is run by Monique and Dylan who are two newlyweds from Australia. They created Honeymoon Backpackers for honeymooners who want a magical time with their beloved ones and are looking for the perfect destinations to do so. It features the best countries to go to, lovely hotels, mesmerizing places to see to make your stay a truly magical one.
John Rollins is a travel photographer with an emphasis on nature and wildlife. We love the photos from this award winning photographer including some of the amazing shots taken around Jasper and Ban ff in the Canadian Rockies.
Pursuit of Happiness | IAmDanElson.com is designed to inspire a different type of life, a life designed by you, for you! Learn about Lifestyle Design and how Travel and Self Improvement can help you achieve long-term happiness. Choose your own path towards happiness. Discover how
At the age of 35, Clelia bought herself a one-way ticket to Bangkok where her nomadic lifestyle kicked off in earnest. She has since had an on-and-off relationship with the open road which has led her to beautiful Cambodia, Thailand (where she worked as a ballet teacher for 5 months), and the magical Philippines. She is a full-time travel blogger with a world of experience on the places to visit, what to do there, and how to have the time of your life as a solo female traveler on the road. Her blog is a collection of well-researched guides based on her personal experiences, tales of her most ...
Luxe in a City is a blog by Roxanne Genier who is on an endless luxury travel experience. Explore luxury hotels, tropical paradise and jungle adventures with some of the amazing destinations on offer in this blog. Why not set sail on your own super-yacht adventure pr sleep under the stars in the Costa Rican jungle. Luxe in a City is a fantastic luxury travel blog well worth the read.
Sharing a mutual passion for exploring new places, Emily and Daraius started Million Mile Secrets in 2011. Since then they have travelled over 30 countries across 6 continents and discovered numerous secrets for luxurious yet inexpensive journeys. Their website offers you brilliant tips and advice for planning and managing vacations within a small budget.
Fusing their passion for exploration and adventure, the Norwegian pair of Maria and Espen started Nerd Nomads to bring their experiences to the world. Capturing their destinations through marvelous photographs, they have travelled across 10 countries till now. You can discover tips and tricks for budget travelling and check out their inspiring stories through the website.
Little Miss Gem Travels is a UK based travel blog which explores the world part time whilst maintaining a full time job. Encouraging and inspiring people to step out of their front doors and explore their local areas, the UK and the world as a whole. Discovering and promoting small, local and independent businesses as well as designers, makers and other creatives who are part of a community
Indohoy is a travel blog by 2 Indonesian girls, Mumun & Vira who blog about traveling, mainly in Indonesia. The Lonely Planet is still the bible of traveling in Indonesia, and there are so many sites that have blogged about Indonesia but we provide local insight. They share legends, habits, and perspective of locals, while continuing to discover their home country along the journey.
Carpe Diem OUR Way follows Lindsay and her two young boys as they seek out adventure travel around the world! From the Pyramids of Giza to the geothermal wonders of Rotorua, they love anything that is family-friendly and pushes the edge of their comfort zones!
Geraldine DeRuiter is a wonderful writer along with being famous for public speaking. Her writing has been highly regarded by prestigious organizations such as the TIME Magazine and New York Times. She created the Everywhereist to share her travelling experiences and writing with people. You can find useful information on travelling along with her creative writing through this website.
Bizarre Globe Hopper is an adventure travel blog which loves to showcase the more off-the-beaten-path destinations and journeys. Photography and stories with diverse angles and interesting perspectives. Lovers of wildlife and conservation issues. The blog is written by Piritta and Niina who have toured more than 50 countries in search of thrilling adventures.
A chance meeting of Australian Freya and Belgian Chris led to the creation of The Sandy Feet. Travelling independently through the world, they met in 2011 but had to go back to their work after vacation ended. On returning, they both started missing their adventures and realized their passion for travelling which led them to selling everything and travel the world together. On this website, you can find amazing guidance and tips for budget travelling.
Rob and Taiss is an energetic couple from America who chose to live an adventurous life. After more than a decade of working in different industries, they chose to move to Thailand in 2014. Since then, they have travelled various countries and they formed Together to Wherever to help other travellers and motivate people to live an expat lifestyle.
2 Travel Dads sets itself apart as the LGBT-friendly family travel blog, offering firsthand experience and advice of what it is like for a family with two dads to travel the world. Beyond these stories and pieces of advice, there is also plenty of more general travel knowledge for how to get the most out of every destination, and how to use travel as a way to connect with your kids and your partner as well as the larger world.The 2 Travel Dads blog is one of the more activist travel blogs out there, focusing not only on LGBT issues but also racial justice. The two bloggers, Rob and Chris ...
Jeremy is an online influencer and travel photographer who loves his job. Previously Jeremy used to work in the IT industry but his passion for adventure and travelling kept beckoning him. Finally in 2010, he left his job and went on a trip to Australia. Jeremy says that people don?t need large amounts for travelling and offers tips and advice for mental growthand inexpensive travelling.
Chris set out to explore the world and live his dream of travelling to new places in 2010. He created The Aussie Nomad on a backpacking trip across Europe when he couldn?t find ample information on inexpensive travelling through Europe. After visiting numerous countries, Chris offers a large range useful tips and information for budget travelling.
Jeff Davidson is a Canadian travel photographer from Toronto who takes some great travel shots as well as people and things. We love the shot called ?Down by the River? taken in the beautiful city of Paris.
This blog is catered towards the business class traveler and those looking for that little luxury. Mrs O is actually Ana Silva O?Reilly living in the English countryside. Topics include cruises, skiing, villas and luxury resorts. Some great reviews on First and Business class cabins on the major airlines.
Girl vs. Globe is Sabina?s attempt to recreate her experiences on the open road using stunning photography woven with the tales of her enthralling experiences. Her story takes us through her journey from her homeland in the Czech Republic to her current home in Scotland during which she fulfilled her childhood dream to travel the world. Sabina takes her readers through earth-shattering experiences using nothing but exquisite photography that is good enough to make anyone catch the travel bug. Far from being just eye-candy, her blog contains useful guides through famous cities such as Budapest ...
Stephanie put the brakes on her successful career as a podiatrist, overcame her fears about traveling solo, and became an inspiration to many solo female travelers who have since borrowed a page or two from her. She admits that traveling alone has not been the easiest of experiences but she has never regretted her decision to tackle the open road. Her blog is a recollection of her journey as she travels and occasionally backpacks through destinations in Africa, Asia, Europe, and Oceania. She describes her experiences at a number of the places she?s been to with writing that is full of warmth ...
Appalachian Trials?is a fantastic blog by Zach Davis to provide information and resources about the thru hiking the Appalachian Trail. The entire trail is a massive 2190 miles and can take between 5-7 months of hiking with the northbound trail starting on Springer Mountain in Georgia and finishing at Katahdin in Main. The?Appalachian Trials website contains great articles, ?gear advice, maps and other information required to tackle this trek. Also check out the?Appalachian Trials book?by Zach.
Flying with a Baby, as its name implies, is all about getting the most out of your travels with a baby on board. Like all the best family travel blogs, it has plenty of advice when it comes to destinations, turning travel into a learning experience for kids, and making the most out of your own time on a trip. However, it really focuses on making the flight experience better and cheaper, even with a baby. Reading Flying with a Baby and putting its actionable advice to work can make one of the hardest parts of traveling with children?the flight to your destination?much more enjoyable. On top of ...
Dan flying solo is a blog by a world explorer Dan who likes to travel alone and click pictures of everything that touches his heart during his travels. Since he is a solo traveller, Dan?s blog gives insight to all things a person would like to experience without company like places to explore in Europe, places to party, etc. He also offers great advice on how to click great pictures and stories about the culture and traditions of the places along with guidance on how to pack light, famous festivals of Europe, places to trek etc.
Jules and Christine are two world explorers who met each other during a volunteer work in Peru and have been travelling together ever since. They created Don?t Forget to Move to inspire people to travel responsibly and smartly by spending a minimum and getting the maximum out of the place. Their website gives a detailed journey for more than 50 countries across the globe. It also helps if you want to volunteer in a country about the ?how and what?.
Melissa is Canadian hailing from France who started A Broken Backpack to help people who like travelling. Starting her journey in June 2014 at Canadian Rockies, she has backpacked across 28 countries returning to Canada only twice in the meanwhile. Melissa is a budget traveller who offers fantastic tips and advice to her readers. You can also shop for travelling gear or check out her digital nomad project for remote income.
Adventure in You was created by Tom and Anna after they met each other on a backpacking trip. Four years ago, they used to work in different countries but a chance meeting and a mutual passion for travel motivated them to create this blog and share their experiences. After travelling across four continents and numerous countries, they are now on a journey to visit the best 50 adventure holiday destinations in the world.
Annette and her husband Peter own a trattoria with lots of employees, which gives them plenty of time to fulfill their dream of traveling the world in search of new experiences. Bucket List Journey is a story told in her eyes about her adventures through the waters of Palau, the streets of Thailand, rain forests in Costa Rica, and her zany experience with swimming pigs in the sunny Bahamas. More than anything, this blog is about getting over the travel jitters any first-time solo female traveler might have about chasing their dreams. True to form, Bucket List Journey is simply a long list of ...
Anil Polat started travelling at early age with the help of his journalist parents and created Fox Nomad to share his experiences with people. Over time, he has travelled more than 90 countries in the world and has the goal to travel all countries. His blogs help readers to travel smart, to use their gadgets in the right way and best ways to minimize your luggage while travelling.
Hippie in heels is a travel blog by Rachel Jones who currently lives in Goa,India, a solo traveller hailing from Ohio. Her blogs feature a fun and hip way of travelling and amusing shopping destinations around the globe. Readers can get many tips from traveling responsibly to what to buy and where to how to protect themselves from the harsh climates that first time travelers might encounter in stranger countries.
Jim Nix from nomadicpursuits.com is a fantastic travel photographer and HDR expert. His photos are a stunning mix of landscapes and citiscapes from around the world. The photos we have love is from the beautiful Italian Cinque Terre town of Riomaggiore.
Location Rebel was started by Sean to share his travel adventures with the world. 7 years and numerous countries later, it has grown into a popular website for advice on travel and online business with a large number of contributors. This is a great site if you are looking to lead a nomadic lifestyle while running a profitable online business.
After studying various travel programs and offerings, Shawn Cooper started travelling the world. He created Miles to Memories in 2013 for sharing his journey experiences along with latest discounts on travelling. Over the past decade, he has travelled to numerous locations with family or alone since he earns over a million miles per year through a variety of schemes. You can find amazing ways for inexpensive flights and entertaining travel stories on this website.
Aaron started Nomads Nation as a blog to introduce people to a new lifestyle of active exploration. Over the years his blog has grown into a massive platform for travellers to share their experiences and find help. This website offers a wide variety of articles for travelling with a limited budget.
Erik Gauger started Notes From the Road in 1999 as an experimental project for fusing his love of writing and travelling. Over the years, the blog grew as Erik explored new places and organisms along his journey. Due to a love for nature, he also notes down all the birds, amphibians, butterflies, mammals etc. which he has ever come across. This blog is a great place for travelling and wildlife enthusiasts to get useful advice and tips for travelling along with an idea of animals in the region.
Ben Schlappig is an expert in aviation travel having flown over 4 million miles to date visiting thousands of hotels across 50 countries. Also known by many people as Lucky, Ben first discovered the flying club deals and discounts at the age of 8 and currently he flies nearly 400,000 miles each year using similar techniques. After working for various other magazines, Ben opened One Mile At A Time share his tips and advice for extremely affordable air travel.
Janice Waugh had a passion for travelling the world alone and created Solo Traveller in 2009 to share her experiences. Over time, her personal blog quickly became a motivation for many people leading to the Solo Traveler Project. Today, her website is a large community of writers and travellers which provides all kinds of advice and motivation on travelling alone.
Stuck in Customs was initially started by Trey Ratcliff to share his photography skills with the world. Trey used to work in the field of computer science and mathematics for 35 years before discovering his artistic side through a camera. His photography skills have been praised by the likes of JJ Abrams and Hans Zimmer and you can visit his website to see his amazing work or to learn photography.
Hailing from Australia, Tara Whiteman is a unique photographer who loves travelling. She created Tara Milk Tea to share her adventures and experiences since she loves exploring food and lifestyle of different places. Her website offers a wide range tips and advices along with experiences on travelling, lifestyle and food of various places.
Go live Young is a travel blog offering Family adventure travel and written by the Williams family who are exploring the world with their 3 children. They have recently returned from a nine month around the world trip and they are continuing to travel the world as much as possible in the school holidays. Go Live Young shares their experiences to hopefully inspire others to travel with their kids and be more adventurous.
The thrill of adventure and writing led Will to create The Broke Backpacker for sharing his travel experiences. Nine years later, he runs numerous successful ventures online and is living the life of his dreams. At this website, you can find useful advice and tips for budget travel and also learn to earn money while traveling.
One Broads Journey is a travel and business blog written by small business owner Diana Johnson. The blog provides useful tips and insights to grow your business along side travel stories and must see places and experiences.
Eric Stoen always loved travelling but work and family often hindered him from doing so. Finally, in 2014 he decided to leave his career in healthcare behind and roam the world creating Travel Babbo to share his experiences. Since then, he has travelled to more than 80 countries with his family and offers effective tips along with motivation for travelling.
Wandering Earl is another well known travel blogger who has been on the road continuously since 1999 visiting over 80 countries. This travel blog gives you some amazing travel photos of the places he visits as well as travel tips and information. I dare you to read his page and blog and not get jealous of the lifestyle.
The The Things My Eyes Have Seen is a new Travel Blog from Taylor Johns from Ogdan, Utah in the USA. Taylor's method of traveling is ‘laughing my way around the world.’ On the site, she shares both the adventures and misadventures of traveling the world, that is not always fun and glamorous. You can also find practical information on destinations, and tips to make your travels a bit better.
Bushwalking Blog is another blog focused on Australian hiking, news and gear reviews. This fantastic Aussie blog is written by?Neil Fahey?and features articles about all the bush walks around Australia. Neil is based in Melbourne so a lot of the walks are around Victoria. They are sorted by distance, difficulty, region and features family friendly bush walks. The website also has news on Food, Gear and Tech as well as some great photos.
Paul and Carol are a fun loving travel blogging couple from England. The aim of this blog is to provide honest useful travel information so that their readers can make an informed choice when planning their travels. Paul and Carol specialise in cruising, destination and hotel reviews and also adventures in their camper van.
Resrutt is a travel blog run by Swedish traveler Per who has visited over 50 countries. The word resrutt actually means Itinerary in Swedish and Per's aim is to provide you with “out-of-the-box” itineraries to copy yourself together with other travel stories.
Spaghetti Traveller is a travel blog that started was started back in 2012 and has constantly evolved with its readers. From trekking Machu Picchu and swimming with wild pink dolphins, to sipping coffee in Italy, both Tom Bourlet and Raquel Mitchell write about everything from adventure to family holidays and tips on how to save money. We love the 100 Things to do before you die.