15 Best Travel Blogs You Need To Follow

15 Best Travel Blogs You Need To Follow

Do you want an inspiration to travel the world? On a budget? Solo, or with your family in tow? These are all possible and doable. You can find tips, tricks and the secrets to how to do this, in this list of the best travel blogs.

Peek into the lives and experiences of these awesome travel bloggers. And find out how they enjoy a nomadic lifestyle.

Check out our top 15 best travel blogs you need to follow and see the world through their eyes.

 

I Am Aileen

Aileen Adalid, is a twenty-something Filipina, who got tired of the corporate scene. Began spreading her wings after quitting her 9-5 job. She now travels, solo, around the world. Sharing her experiences, tips, and hacks to those who would also like a nomadic lifestyle.

Via I Am Aileen

I Am Aileen travel blog

 

Getting Stamped

Married couple, Hannah & Adam, are your average American couple. Until 4 years ago when they gave up the “American Dream” to pursue their love to travel. They have traveled nonstop since 2013. With their passports stamped in 66 countries and many more lined up. This blog is their way to blow your mind with amazing photography from around the world. Introduce you to destinations you’ve never even heard of, travel guides, and much much more.

Via Getting Stamped

Getting Stamped travel blog

 

Nomadic Matt

New York Times best-selling author of How to Travel the World on $50 a Day and founder of the Nomadic Matt website. Each month over 1,000,000 people use his advice to travel better, cheaper, and longer.

Via Nomadic Matt

Nomadic Matt travel blog

 

Two Monkeys Travel

Run by newly-wed, Kach and Jonathan Howe. The goal of Two Monkeys Travel, is to create and grow a leading community travel and lifestyle resource. It offers valuable information, opportunity and inspiration.

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travel blog Two Monkey Travel

 

Where’s Sharon?

This is one of the most popular family travel blogs online. It follows Sharon and her family’s experiences of traveling with kids – the good, the bad and the ugly.  As well as lots of tips to help others have adventures, too.

Via Where’s Sharon?

Where's Sharon travel blog

 

Lebruns on the Run

A couple’s blog about their backpacking trip that they’ve started after getting married in 2015. Their goal is to explore the world, live life on their own clock and inspire others to do so as well.

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 Lebruns on the Run travel blog

 

Bitten by the Travel Bug

This blog is for people who don’t fit into a box when traveling. Adventurers who seek culture, luxury, and adventure as they experience the world. We don’t follow travel trends, we create our own. For us, travel begins the moment we walk out the front door.

Via Bitten by the Travel Bug

Bitten by the Travel Bug travel blog

 

Straight on Detour

A couple of solo travellers, Pru and Rebecca,  who met in 2012 and began their travels together all over the globe. They visit the lesser known, out of the way places and give you the tools to replicate it.

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Straight on Detour travel blog

 

NOMADasaurus

Australia’s top adventure travel blog – run by Alesha and Jarryd. These two are award-winning travel writers and photographers. They started this website at the end of 2013, as a way to document their overland journey from Asia to Africa without flying.

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NOMADasaurus travel blog

 

Expert Vagabond

From his perpetual travels around the world, Matthew Karsten shares his: entertaining stories useful travel tips, fun videos, amazing photography, and crazy adventures . It’s a place for people like you who are looking for daily inspiration & motivation to live a life full of adventure.

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Expert Vagabond travel blog

 

Lost with Purpose

Twenty-something couple, Alex and Sebastiaan,  from the United States and the Netherlands ditched an apartment in favor of backpacks. They travel through off-the-beaten-track countries and destinations, sharing their experiences along the way to encourage cross-cultural understanding and inspire people to travel… no matter where they’re from.

Via Lost with Purpose

Lost with Purpose travel blog

 

Goats on the Road

On this blog, Nick & Dariece, share with you the very best jobs that can earn you money on the road, plus expert tips and advice, so that you can travel for as long as you want!

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Goats on the Road travel blog

 

Petite Passport

On this blog, Pauline Egge – journalist and photographer, collect all the nicest (design) places on earth. To get you, and herself, motivated to travel the world!

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Petite Passport travel blog

 

Travel Tall

After quitting a well-paying job with great benefits in 2014, Eric sought out the life he wanted. This website is the manifestation of what his idea of a self-actualized life looks like. It’s about the here and now, and finding a way to do the things that he enjoys all the time.

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Travel Tall travel blog

 

The Poor Traveler

Yoshke and Vins, started off as a couple of unfortunate travelers with a few misadventures to tell. Now, their website is one of the biggest travel blogs in the world and have helped them sustain their travel lifestyle.

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The Poor Traveler travel blog

Are you now contemplating on quitting your own job and packing your bags to travel the world, too? It’s hard not to, after reading tales like these travel bloggers have!

If money is the problem (and we all know, it almost always is!) then what you need is a friendly advice from a travel hacker. These special travelers not only travel the world but they are able to travel in style.

In fact, travel hacker Scott Grimmer, shared his own travel secrets in this cool eBook – “Fly Free in First Class“. In it he has inspired his readers to travel the world on a budget, but with flair!

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