Looking for some great travel blogs to follow? Here are 8 of the best out there.
Here are 8 of the most informative, well written and entertaining travel blogs online. Whether you’re planning a trip or just want to read about other people’s trips, these blogs will have the information you are looking for.
1. Y Travel Blog
Caz and Craig Makepeace of Y Travel Blog blog from their home in Australia, or wherever they happen to be in the world.
What they’re about: “If you are looking for insider travel tips, interesting stories, great photos, the inspiration to go travel, and to hang out with fun loving people, then you’re in the right place! Our travel blog is all about helping you to get informed…get inspired…and get going!”
2. Legal Nomads
Jodi of Legal Nomads left her job as a lawyer in 2008 and has been traveling and eating her way around the world since then. Her plan was to travel for a year and then get back to work. Four years later, she’s still on the go! Check out her blog to learn how and why she does it.
3. Bacon is Magic
Bacon is Magic is a unique name for a travel blog and Ayngelina has a unique style of writing. She writes about travel from a practical standpoint as well as a very personal one. If you enjoy reading about how travel can help with personal growth and self development, check out this amazing blog.
4. Twenty- Something Travel
With tabs on the homepage called Advice, Inspiration, and Philosophy, Twenty- Something Travel is well organized, interesting and covers a wide range of topics about travel. Stephanie saved up $20,000 in two years with plans to travel the world for a year. Several years later, she is still on the go!
5. Wandering Earl
In 1999, Earl left for a three month trip to Southeast Asia. More than 12 years later, he is still on the road, wandering around the globe and blogging about his life and adventure on WanderingEarl.com. Earl’s philosophy:
“…I’ve spent my time constantly traveling around the world, always in search of that eye-opening first-hand education that only travel can provide. I don’t travel to simply check countries off a list. In fact, as a permanent nomad, I have little interest in the actual sights that a particular destination may offer, instead preferring to focus on the human interactions and lessons learned along the way.”
6. Go, See, Write
Michael of Go, See, Write started his adventures by traveling around the world for 16 months, all without ever getting on a plane. He blogs about destinations, human experiences and is currently writing a book on his journeys.
7. Uncornered Market
Husband and wife team Dan and Audrey have been living and traveling overseas since 2006. What does Uncornered Market mean?
“It’s a play on the phrase “to corner the market,” which means to have a monopoly on or to control the supply of something. We don’t wish to control the market on any of our experiences, but rather share them with a larger audience.”
A professional computer hacker turned perpetual traveler, Anil of Fox Nomad blogs about travel, technology and culture. His goal? To visit every country in the world.