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My Favorite Travel Blogs

Here are some of my favorite travel blogs I have seen on the internet and some of them that I follow.  If you have time, take a peek of their travel experiences.  Don't have time to see the world? Don't worry, that's why I have listed some of the best travel blogs there is below!  Just click on the bolded title to see their travel blogs! Have fun browsing through their sites!

This blog follows the journey of Alex, a native of Albany, who left the Big Apple and pursued her passion for photography, design, and scuba diving, Alex travels the world to see new and exciting places.  Those places include 21 states in the U.S. as well as many countries in Europe, Central America, South America, the Middle East, and Asia. She’s also been out to the Caribbean! This blog has been featured on National Geographic, as well as in Women’s Day and Men’s Fitness magazines.

Audrey Bergner is an adventurer you’ll definitely want to pay attention to. She’s explored many countries across six continents and doesn’t seem to be slowing down. She’s also visited the Middle East, Central America and the Caribbean. Her wealth of travel knowledge makes her a huge asset for anyone wishing to begin their own travel lifestyle. Her blog is full of destination highlights, including many of her personal experiences. She can point out the best foods to eat, landmarks to visit, and places to stay the night.  And don’t forget about those travel tips! She can tell you how to pack efficiently, get through the airport quicker, and maybe even win free trip somewhere.

This blog is one of the more inspirational travel blogs out there. Jeremy, a full-time traveler since 2010, spends all of his time visiting exciting new places and documenting them online.  Most of the places he goes to and experiences he has had stem from a desire to step outside his comfort zone, and he wants you to do the same! He’s traversed much of Europe and Asia, as well as New Zealand and the Americas.  

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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