Ready to go on an adventure? You could throw caution to the wind and hit the road without a plan. But, if you want to maximize your time and get the most out of your vacation, you should consult the experts to find the best getaways, secret trails, and can’t-miss eateries that only those who devote their lives to traveling the world can help you find.
Which experts can guide you to the sights you don’t want to miss, take you off the beaten path, and help you eat and play like a local? Travel bloggers. And, we’ve found some of the best of the best, who share their adventures and give you tips so you can travel like a pro. Our picks for the best travel blogs have something for everyone, from solo female travelers to active parents to photographers to family travelers to millennials. So, browse our 50 best travel blogs, pick those that resonate with your travel style or that inspire you to move beyond your comfort zone to go on an adventure, and then plan your next trip. Please note, we have listed our top travel blogs in alphabetical order to simplify your search; thus, they are not ranked or rated in any way.
Kate McCulley, aka Adventurous Kate, is a professional traveler who shares her adventures with readers in her solo female travel blog posts. We love this blog because it includes travel resources, is easy to search, and allows you to browse Kate’s adventures by destination. If you want to learn more about Kate, start by checking out her Best Of The Blog link.
Three posts we like from Adventurous Kate – The Solo Female Travel Blog:
- The 8 Best Old Towns in Europe
- A Gateway to Tybee Island – Savannah’s Beach
- How to Plan a German Christmas Market Trip
Just because you became parents doesn’t mean you have to stop traveling. Almost Fearless is the ideal blog for active parents who want to remain active with their kids in tow. This travel and adventure magazine and blog covers adventures, gear, and more to prepare you for life on the road with a family.
Three posts we like from Almost Fearless:
- What To Do When Your Child Didn’t Inherit Your Travel Gene
- How Traveling with Children Creates a Deeper Connection to the World
- 8 of the Most Exhilarating Zip Lines in the World – Kids Included!
Chris Christensen started The Amateur Traveler podcast in 2005, and he continues to produce shows and blog about his travels on his award-winning travel podcast and blog. Christensen’s goal is to help his audience, whether they listen to or read his content, decide where to go for their next adventure. Today, Amateur Traveler is a mashup of videos, podcast episodes, and blog posts, written by Christensen and his team in addition to a few guest bloggers, that are sure to motivate you to travel.
Three posts we like from Amateur Traveler:
- 10 Free or Cheap Things to do in Chicago
- 12 Things to Do in Albuquerque, New Mexico
- Travel to Providence, Rhode Island – Episode 582
Matt Kyhnn is better known as Backpacking Matt, a travel blogger who explores the world but has expertise in New Zealand backpacking. The blog is an adventure and lifestyle blog that features photos and stories of Kyhnn’s travels around New Zealand and the world. Readers will discover destination-specific travel advice, adventure and exploration stories, travel reviews, and inspiration for taking their own adventures.
Three posts we like from Backpacking Matt:
- Escaping to Chilled Out Oamaru
- A Queenstown Staycation at the Hotel St. Moritz
- Fiordland, I Love You: Overnight at Lake Marian
Kristin Addis is the expert travel blogger behind Be My Travel Muse, a site that details her adventures in solo female travel and encourages readers to travel the world even if they are alone. Be My Travel Muse is ideal for people who want to travel more adventurously or who want to hit the road solo. While you may not go to the extreme of quitting your job, selling all your belongings, and traveling with nothing but a carry-on bag like Kristin did, you may decide to go to an exotic place and travel as unlike a tourist as possible.
Three posts we like from Be My Travel Muse:
- The Ultimate Berlin Guide: What to Do, See, and Eat!
- The 17 Best Places in Europe for Solo Travelers
- How to Stay Healthy on the Road
The Blonde Abroad, Kiersten, is a self-described “bikini-obsessed world-traveler and former cubicle-dweller.” She gave up her corporate finance career and has since traveled to more than 50 countries and hopes to inspire readers to cross your adventures off your bucket list. You’ll find travel tips, activities, links to Kiersten’s favorite travel accessories, and more on The Blonde Abroad.
Three posts we like from The Blonde Abroad:
- 5 Destinations to Visit This Holiday Season
- Where to Find the Best Food in Austin
- 10 Destinations to Escape the Cold this Winter
Becki Enright is the British Travel Press Award-winning travel writer behind the Borders of Adventure Blog. The blog is a leading travel resource combining destination inspiration with social, historical, political, and cultural reporting. If you want to travel responsibly and with a purpose, you need to read the Borders of Adventure Blog.
Three posts we like from Borders of Adventure Blog:
- Skiing in Lech Zürs am Arlberg – The Darling Winter Slopes of Austria
- The Compact City of Bern – Switzerland’s Capital of Surprises
- Adventure in San Marino – The Nature Below the World’s Oldest Republic
Brendan van Son is a professional travel photographer and journalist who writes about his adventures and shares his photos from more than 100 countries on Brendan’s Adventures. He also shares his travel advice and travel guides by continent while inspiring readers to start their own adventures.
Three posts we like from Brendan’s Adventures:
- The Best Place in Africa to See Lions: Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park
- Some Thoughts on Kyrgyzstan
- Packing for Iceland as a Photographer
Annette White is the author of Bucket List Adventures and creator of Bucket List Journey, an award-winning travel blog. She is driven by collecting experiences and checking off her bucket list of adventures. The blog itself covers travel, food, lifestyle, tips and resources, and much more for readers who have their own bucket lists of adventures to take.
Three posts we like from Bucket List Journey:
- 17 Stunning Photos to Inspire Your Geneva Bucket List
- Aomori Bucket List: 11 Things to Do in Japan’s Northeastern Prefecture
- Florence Bucket List: 20 of the Best Things to Do
Josh McNair, a travel junkie and ultimate fan of the Golden State, shares photographs of and stories about exploring California’s best wilderness locations, hidden wonders, epic food, and more in California Through My Lens. He hopes to encourage readers to explore the state and see all that it has to offer, and he makes it easy for you to navigate the blog by categorizing content by road trips, unique adventures, and outdoor activities.
Three posts we like from California Through My Lens:
- Lukens Lake on Tioga Pass in Yosemite National Park
- Napa Valley Guide: Exploring Yountville, St Helena, Calistoga & Napa
- Unicorn Peak and Elizabeth Lake in Yosemite
Daniel James is a travel photographer and writer who has spent three years on the road. In Dan Flying Solo, he shares tales of his travels and tips for readers. Get inspired by reading Dan’s articles, watching his videos, and blowing through his stunning photographs.
Three posts we like from Dan Flying Solo:
- How to Have a Weekend in the French Riviera Like a Boss
- The Lares Trek & Machu Picchu
- Discovering Port Douglas and Aboriginal Culture
Amanda Williams is a travel blogger and adventure-seeker. Her travel blog, A Dangerous Business, is loosely based on her love of J.R.R. Tolkien and the Lord of the Rings trilogy, which inspired her to travel to New Zealand after graduating from high school. Amanda is not a full-time traveler, but she has visited more than 50 countries on six continents and reminds readers that you don’t have to quit your job or leave your loved ones behind to experience adventure.
Three posts we like from A Dangerous Business Travel Blog:
- 6 Reasons You Should Definitely Visit South Dakota
- 12 Crazy but Cool Things You Can See in Iceland
- How to Experience the Magic of Inis Mor
David Hoffman is a travel host who is passionate about meeting new people, going new places, and experiencing new cultures. His digital media company, David’s Been Here, delivers travel inspiration and advice to readers, features episodes documenting his travels across six continents, and shares information about travel and lifestyle brands.
Three posts we like from David’s Been Here:
- Top 10 Things to See and Do in Dallas, Texas
- Adventurous Things to Do in South Africa
- 10 Backpacking Tips that All Travelers Ought to Know
Three-time Travel Photographer of the Year, Gary Arndt has traveled to more than 180 countries on all seven continents. He shares his breathtaking photos and stories of his travels, in addition to his free 100-page travel photography eBook, in the Everything Everywhere Travel Blog.
Three posts we like from Everything Everywhere Travel Blog:
Matt Karsten is the adventure travel writer, photographer, and videographer behind Expert Vagabond. He’s been a full-time travel blogger for seven years, sharing his entertaining stories, useful travel tips, engaging videos, and inspiring photographs with visitors to Expert Vagabond. Take a look around the site, and you’ll be motivated to add more adventure to your life.
Three posts we like from Expert Vagabond:
- 15 Awesome Things To Do in Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula
- Why Is Asheville, North Carolina, So Cool?
- Surfing & Hot Springs in Tofino on Vancouver Island
Anil Polat is a digital nomad traveling the world indefinitely and writing about his adventures in his blog, foXnoMad. Readers love foXnoMad because Anil shares tips and tech that help you travel smarter. He writes twice a week, so the content is always fresh on this top travel blog.
Three posts we like from foXnoMad:
- Everything That Makes It Popular in Summer Is Why You Should Visit Prague In Winter
- A Map of Wireless Passwords from Airports and Lounges Around the World (Updated Regularly)
- How to Take a Day Trip to Andorra from Barcelona
A public relations pro turned award-winning travel and food blogger, Carol Cain is the woman behind Girl Gone Travel. Carol provides inspiration for friends, families, and lovers who want to travel, eat, and live life to the fullest. Because she wants to inspire everyone to hit the road and see all the world has to offer, Carol provides quick links to adventures, family adventures, girlfriend getaways, good eats and wine, hotels, local fun, and national parks on Girl Gone Travel.
Three posts we like from Girl Gone Travel:
- Seeing London for the First Time
- Return to the Finger Lakes Wine Country, NY
- Family Vacation, Unplugged in Woodstock, VT
Nick Wharton and Dariece Swift write about living and traveling in exotic places around the world on Goats on the Road. The couple has been traveling for nearly eight years and love chasing adventures, seeking new cultures, and documenting their trips through video, photography, and written blog posts.
Three posts we like from Goats on the Road:
- Where to Stay in Lombok: The Best Surfing, Beaches & Accommodation
- Canggu Bali: The Ultimate Digital Nomad Guide
- The Best Beaches in Jamaica: An Insider’s Guide
Emma Higgins’ travel blog, Gotta Keep Movin’, is a different sort of blog because it dedicates a year to one region of the world at a time. As such, GKM features immersive travel stories and inspirational posts about the culture of travel in the hopes of inspiring you to travel and pursue your own passion every day.
Three posts we like from Gotta Keep Movin’:
- How to Travel Mindfully in Tourism-Heavy Destinations
- Portugal Itinerary: A Weekend in Cascais
- The Definitive Algarve Bucket list: 29 Tips from East to West
Hand Luggage Only is a travel and photography blog by Yaya and Lloyd, who love to travel and eat; thus, their blog is described as coming “with a side of food and photography inspiration.” Their goal in starting the blog was to share their travel stories and photos with like-minded travelers and connect with others around the world to have a two-way conversation, and it is safe to say that have achieved that goal, judging from the number of followers they have and the quality of their posts.
Three posts we like from Hand Luggage Only:
- 14 Beautiful Places to See in New Mexico, USA
- The Famous Shibuya Crossing and Dancing Robots… In Tokyo, Japan
- This Is How I Travelled a LOT While Working a Full-Time Job!
Aileen Adalid is a travel writer and vlogger. She has become a successful digital nomad by traveling the world and building her business after quitting her corporate job in the Philippines. With I Am Aileen, she hopes to show readers that you, too, can create a life of travel by sharing detailed travel guides, adventures, resources, tips, and more.
Three posts we like from I Am Aileen:
- Greek Island Hopping: More Affordable Than Ever with Hostelbay
- Top 10 Things To Do in Matsumoto City (Nagano, Japan)
- Travel Guide for the First Time Tourists to the Philippines
Once a full-time lawyer, Indiana Jo now writes about her independent travel and adventures and hopes to inspire readers to pursue your own travel adventure dreams. Since 2010, Indiana Jo has visited more than 60 countries and six continents and become a digital nomad. She shares information to help readers arrange independent trips and other useful information for people who are looking to visit destinations with others.
Three posts we like from Indiana Jo:
- 15 Things To Do in Bordeaux (Besides Taste Wine)
- 10 Best Things To Do in La Paz Mexico
- The Only Packing List Template You’ll Ever Need
Susan Portnoy, The Insatiable Traveler, uses award-winning photography and storytelling to engage readers and inspire them to set out on their own adventures to connect with people and places in a new way. Susan especially enjoys traveling to exotic destinations such as Bhutan, Machu Picchu, Mongolia, and Myanmar, and she shares her inspiration and tips to help you embrace your spirit of adventure.
Three posts we like from The Insatiable Traveler:
- 10 Tips on How to Travel Together for Years Without Killing Each Other
- 10 of the Most Beautiful Places in Canada for Spectacular Views
- Is an African Safari Right for You? A Guide to Your Ultimate Dream Holiday
Jessie Festa is a solo, active travel addict and blog coach who shares her tips and adventures on Jessie on a Journey. The blog takes readers “beyond the guidebook” and helps you live your best life through travel, immersive cultural experiences, and unexpected adventures. Jessie also strives to show everyone, regardless of financial status or relationship status, that you can explore the world and enrich your life with local encounters.
Three posts we like from Jessie on a Journey:
- How to Hike Italy’s Gorgeous Path of the Gods
- 5 Active Ways to Explore Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula
- How to Explore Venice (Responsibly) Beyond the Grand Canal
Clelia Mattana has been a globetrotter for more than 16 years. She is passionate about traveling and blogging to show others that you can travel regardless of your age, budget, or status. Clelia’s Keep Calm and Travel posts include tips for planning and packing for a trip, stores about her travels, and guides to various parts of the world.
Three posts we like from Keep Calm and Travel:
- CUBA IN ONE WEEK: Top Things and Places to See On Your Holidays!
- THAILAND HOLIDAYS: The Ultimate Guide to Plan Your Trip in Style
- Top 10 Sardinia Beaches & Hotels for Cheap Holidays!
Shannon O’Donnell has been named the National Geographic Traveler of the Year. A grassroots tourism advocate, Shannon began traveling in 2008 and has been promoting responsible tourism and inspiring others to travel with her stories at A Little Adrift.
Three posts we like from A Little Adrift:
- A Little Photoessay… What’s Japan Like? Gorgeous. Contradictory. Fascinating.
- A Little Adrift… Dispatch from Mexico: Oaxacan Life
- A Little Charm… 6 Things That Will Make You Fall in Love with Tbilisi, Georgia
Local Adventurer, a travel lifestyle blog, moves Esther JuLee and her husband Jacob to a new city each year, because they spend one year in each location to learn as much as they can about their new home before moving on. They don’t want to get too comfortable in one place or take their home for granted, and they want to adventure every day so they can write about their travels and motivate others to explore as often as possible. Readers easily navigate the blog by choosing to read about recent adventures, city guides, hikes and outdoors, national parks, packing guides, best places to stay, and the ultimate bucket list.
Three posts we like from Local Adventurer:
- The Ultimate Oregon Coast Road Trip – All the Best Stops
- 15 Best Weekend Trips from Atlanta, Georgia
- 21 Best Hikes in the Columbia River Gorge, Oregon
MarocMama is the blog of Amanda Mouttaki, an American who now lives in Morocco with her husband and children, and a hungry world traveler who helps fellow travelers explore culture through food. Amanda hopes to inspire readers to try something new and explore the world. Her posts include travel trips, recent global destinations, Morocco travel resources, and much more.
Three posts we like from MarocMama:
- How to Plan a Trip to the East Coast of Kenya
- A Food and Heritage Tour in Penang, Malaysia
- Best Ways to Save Money FAAST for Travel!
Known as the hotel industry’s most popular online travel magazine, the Marriott Traveler is one of the best travel blogs for adventure seekers. From suggestions for road trips to travel tips, Marriott Traveler is a must-read blog for anyone who wants to travel for a weekend or an extended vacation.
Three posts we like from Marriott Traveler:
- Nighttime’s the Right Time: 5 Things to Do on Beale Street After Dark
- Traveling with Kids? 8 Staples That Jet-Setting Parents Swear By
- 8 Ancient Cities to Add to Your Travel Wish List
Matador Network is the destination for travelers who want to be part of a worldwide travel community. This global community of travel writers, filmmakers, photographers, and journalists shares original stories and videos to encourage you to travel without fear. Explore posts in categories including travel, outdoor, food and nightlife, family, culture, and lifestyle.
Three posts we like from Matador Network:
- 11 Awesome Itineraries for Your Trip Through the Alps
- 18 Gorgeous Fall Images of Pigeon Forge and the Great Smoky Mountains
- The Ultimate Foodie Road Trip through Virginia
Mark Wiens is a self-professed food-obsessed travel blogger, video producer and guide author who shares food and travel tips with readers at Migrationology. As Mark says, this is the blog for people who are willing to “travel across the world just to eat something delicious.” Choose travel guides for food lovers based on your next destination, or browse the latest blog posts to learn more about tasty treats from around the world.
Three posts we like from Migrationology:
- Jerusalem Food Tour – An Ultimate Day of Eating in Old Jerusalem
- Japanese Street Food Tour of Tsukiji Market – 10 Best Things to Eat!
- Sichon Travel Guide: Pristine Off-the-Beaten-Path Fishing Village in Thailand!
Laurel Robbins, founder of Monkeys and Mountains, shares her adventures with nature and wildlife to inspire you to plan your next vacation in the outdoors. The travel blog includes travel hacks, outdoor adventures in destinations around the world, travel tips, and information about various cultures.
Three posts we like from Monkeys and Mountains Adventure Travel:
- 6 Outdoor Adventures to Experience in the Austrian Alps of Zillertal
- Arctic Adventure: What You Need to Know Before You Go
- 7 Things That Will Ruin Your Long-Distance Trek and How to Avoid Them
Nerd Nomads, Maria and Espen, are Norwegian adventurers and travel bloggers who have visited more than 30 countries and counting. Their travel blog focuses on adventure travel and experiences and includes posts, photography, and destination guides to spark your own wanderlust.
Three posts we like from Nerd Nomads:
- Following in the Footsteps of Samurais – Takayama, Japan
- What to See & Do in Tromso, Norway
- Beach Bliss, Jungle Boat Trip & Ayurveda Spa – Bentota, Sri Lanka
João Leitão is a travel expert, photographer, blogger, and world explorer who motivates and inspires others to travel and have fascinating experiences. His Nomad Revelations travel blog features tales of his intense journeys into more than 126 countries across six continents and Oceania.
Three posts we like from Nomad Revelations Travel Blog:
- The Greco-Roman City of Ephesus: A Magnificent Return to the Past
- Masirah, a Desolated Island on the Coast of Oman
- Chankillo, Peru – The 2,300-Year-Old Solar Desert Observatory
Matt Kepnes is the New York Times best-selling author of How to Travel the World on $50 a Day. He also is a nomadic blogger who helps people make their travel dreams come true without blowing their budgets. Matt also want to help make planning your next adventure as simple as possible by breaking his tips down into categories to make your search for information as quick as possible.
Three posts we like from Nomadic Matt:
- Where I Find the Best Travel Deals
- How to Travel Across the United States on $50 a Day
- 18 Lessons from 5 Years Around the World
The man behind One Mile at a Time is Ben Schlappig, blogger and expert at using airline miles and hotel points for luxury travel. Also known as Lucky, Ben has been traveling since a young age and spent one summer flying back and forth across the country to earn miles and points for his family trip to Europe. He chronicles his travels and thoughts about traveling in posts at One Mile at a Time.
Three posts we like from One Mile at a Time – Tips, Tricks and Travel with Lucky:
- Oops: I Really Ticked Off Our “Tour Guide” in Jerusalem
- My Experience with Security & Immigration Flying EL AL to Israel
- Impressions from My First “Real” Vacation in Hawaii
Ordinary Traveler is the award-winning travel blog by Christy Woodrow and Scott Calafiore. Christy is a full-time travel photographer and professional blogger, and Scott works for a software company and travels as much as possible. They named their blog Ordinary Traveler because they want to remind people that not everyone has to become a nomad to enjoy traveling or take time for adventures. Today, the blog includes travel tips, resources, destinations, Christy’s breathtaking photos, and much more for people who want to travel whenever they can.
Three posts we like from Ordinary Traveler:
- 10 Best Tips for Traveling Europe
- The Perfect Road Trip Itinerary in Nova Scotia
- The Best Places to Go Cross-Country Skiing in Montana
Ryan Gargiulo is a blogger, digital influencer, and world traveler who has a serious passion for adventure. He started Pause the moment a few weeks before he set out for his first European backpacking trip to document his travels and keep his parents updated. The site has grown and evolved to become an inspirational travel blog that centers on adventure travel, location independence, and living a full life. Readers rely on Ryan ‘s blog to learn tricks for traveling more frequently, adventurously, and affordably.
Three posts we like from Pause the Moment:
- Milos 101: The Beginner’s Guide to the Greek Island of Milos
- The Scoop: A Short Travel Guide to Rio Lagartos & Las Coloradas
- Exploring Cairo: 6 Lesser Known and Unique Things to Do in Cairo
The Planet D is the travel blog of adventurers and speakers Dave and Deb, who were named among the 2017 Forbes Top 10 travel influencers. They’ve been adventuring for nine years in more than 105 countries and on all seven continents, and more than 2.8 million people follow the blog each month to learn how to make their travel dreams come true.
Three posts we like from The Planet D:
- Scuba Diving in Maldives – A Beginner’s Journey from Trepidation to a Life’s Lesson
- Lithuanian Outdoor Adventures: Top 5 Insider Picks
- 10 Best Travel Hacks for Flying this Holiday Season
Yoshke Dimen and Vins Carlos are full-time travelers who blog in the hopes of helping fellow travelers avoid the mistakes they made when they started traveling. They live a location-independent lifestyle and explore country after country while writing about their adventures. Yet, they also are casual travelers and vacation takers and solo adventurers who enjoy the chance to sightsee with family and friends. Yoshke and Vins also focus on traveling on a budget to help anyone who wants to travel understand how to do it without breaking the bank.
Three posts we like from The Poor Traveler Blog:
- ISTANBUL ON A BUDGET: Budget Travel Guide & Itinerary 2017
- FLORENCE ON A BUDGET: Travel Guide & Itinerary 2017
- 7 Simple Things That Could Save Your Life During Travel
Retire Early and Travel is the blog of Keith and Tina, destination and experience influencers and marketers who love to travel and share their knowledge with others through their posts. The blog focuses on living an international lifestyle and offers tips for retiring as early as possible to live abroad, experience new places, and learn about different cultures first-hand.
Three posts we like from Retire Early and Travel:
- Enjoy the Romance of Ireland’s Exclusive Castles and Manor Houses
- Campobello Island – Where You Can Enjoy Tea with Eleanor
- Boston – The 11 Best Things for You to See and Do in the City
Rick Steves is a guidebook author, television and radio host, and business owner who is a respected authority on European travel. His travel blog presents his travel experiences, opinions, and political observations as well as the insights he’s gained from traveling abroad. You’ll also find plenty of videos sprinkled throughout the blog.
Three posts we like from Rick Steves’ Travel Blog:
- My Take on Catalonia vs. Spain
- Travel Stories: romantic Culture Shock
- Travel Stories: Crazy Packing Tips
Salt in Our Hair is a travel blog by Hannah and Nick, a couple of creatives from Holland who started sharing their experiences on Instagram and now write about them. Readers gain a dose of inspiration from Hannah and Nick’s posts, which include travel tips, destination suggestions, and more from their first-hand travel experiences.
Three posts we like from Salt in Our Hair:
- Surf and Chill at the Beaches of This Beautiful Island, The Netherlands
- 8 Things You Must Do in Bali, Indonesia
- Morocco Route Guide: A 10-Day Travel Itinerary
The ultimate guide for budget backpackers, The Savvy Backpacker offers honest, in-depth, independent travel advice for backpacking through Europe. James and Susan are the husband-and-wife team behind The Savvy Backpacker, and they seek to help travelers plan their own budget backpacking trips to Europe. The blog also features many product reviews, so readers will have a better idea of which gear to purchase.
Three posts we like from The Savvy Backpacker:
- Winter Packing List for Europe – How to Stay Warm and Comfortable
- Best Budget Restaurants in Paris – How to Eat Cheap in Paris for €10-€20
- The Best Hostels in Rome
Ellie Cleary is the woman behind Soul Travel Blog, a blog that inspires travelers to make a positive impact through sustainable, responsible, and mindful travel. Ellie is a full-time nomad working on the blog and other sustainable travel initiatives. Her posts include guides to sustainable travel, tips for responsible travel, and destination suggestions.
Three posts we like from Soul Travel Blog:
- The Best of Sustainable Travel in Amsterdam: A Guide
- 7 Easy Tips for Responsible Travel in Ladakh
- Great Rail Journeys – Where You Won’t Forget the View (Part 2)
Travel blogger and online entrepreneur, Dave Weatherall not only blogs about his own travels and adventures, but he also helps ambitious bloggers make money online so they can travel, too. He has traveled and worked in more than 20 countries around the world and shares advice for beginner travel bloggers and others who want to advance your blogs to the next level.
Three posts we like from That Travel Blog:
- Life as a Travel Blogger: What We Don’t Talk About
- 8 Things You Should Do Every Time You Travel
- 7 Easy Ways You Can Support Local Communities When You Travel
Marie-Eve Valliéres travels the world and blogs at To Europe and Beyond. She blogs to show readers that traveling is empowering and safe, can be luxurious yet sensible, and fulfilling on several levels. If you’re new to the blog, check out the Best Of section and then explore the blog, which includes destination suggestions, itineraries, and recommendations for your next adventure.
Three posts we like from To Europe and Beyond:
- 18 Places You Can’t Miss in Montreal’s Plateau Mont-Royal
- My 8-Day Itinerary in Israel – A Fascinating Land of Contrasts
- The Legend of King Arthur: The Most Significant Locations in Wales and England
Travel Mamas wants to help parents and children connect with one another and the world around them via travel. The blog includes travel tips, giveaways, packing lists, and stories for parents who want to travel with children. But, if you need a break and want to go on a romantic vacation or a girlfriend retreat, Travel Mamas also covers grown-up getaways.
Three posts we like from Travel Mamas:
- 10 Reasons to Rent Baby and Toddler Travel Gear for Your Family Vacation
- 9 Amazing Adventures in Canon City and Colorado Springs for Families
- 10 Ways to Find Romance in New Orleans
Travel with Bender is an international award-winning family travel blog sharing first-hand experiences of the Bender family traveling with kids. They’ve traveled to more than 65 countries, and they want to show other families how to enjoy vacations together, with their first-hand guides and expert travel tips covering everything from packing to sightseeing.
Three posts we like from Travel with Bender:
- How to Travel Without Leaving Your Favourite TV Shows Behind
- 5 Easy Tips to Guarantee You’ll Choose the Right Travel Clothing
- 3 European Cruises for Kids and Families
Formerly Twenty-Something Travel, Why Wait to See the World? is a travel blog specifically for millennials. Travelers Stephanie and Megan chronicle their adventures around the world in this blog and share tips, advice, and local finds with readers.
Three posts we like from Why Wait to See the World?:
- 8 Hacks That Make Business Travel More Comfortable
- A Beginner’s Guide to Traditional Amish Foods
- 6 Mistakes I Made When Visiting Mexico
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