Fun Travel Blogs
I thought we’d kick off the New Year with a roundup of some of our favorite travel blogs. Whether you’re looking for some good business travel pointers or some inspiration for your next getaway, all of the blogs below are a great place to start your research.
This list is in no way exhaustive—there are tons of amazing travel blogs and bloggers out there. I encourage you to add your favorites in the comments below and clue us in on any we might not have heard of.
J.D. Andrews is the blogger extrodinaire behind earthXplorer, and his photos and videos are what bucket lists are made of. From his recent pics of the sweeping mountains in Austria to the sunrise in the Highlands of Scotland, he always seems to be traveling somewhere new and beautiful. And take note: a few of the destinations on J.D.’s wish list for 2014 include Japan, the Galapagos Islands, Cuba, and the Greek Islands. Who knows … he might inspire your next dream vacation.
Johnny Jet is a well-known name around the travel blogosphere, but if you haven’t had a chance to check out his work, then tack his blog onto your “must-read” list. He has spent the past 10 plus years flying around the world, racking up hundreds of thousands of miles in the process, so there’s no question that the guy knows his stuff. Check out his clever tips, descriptive hotel reviews, and valuable trove of travel wisdom.
(Photo Courtesy of Johnny Jet)
Skift, a self-proclaimed travel intelligence company, is the perfect blog for those who like to geek out on data and stats. They pull together compelling pieces about the travel industry, the latest and greatest travel startups, global travel trends, and much more. Jason Clampet, a former editor at Frommers.com, is the co-founder and head of content, so Skift definitely knows what they’re talking about and does a great job producing timely and relevant content.
Landlopers, the brainchild of Matt Long, is an invaluable resource for all sorts of travel info. From favorite foodie destination across the globe to reviews of the newest travel gear, and everything in between, Matt makes travel approachable. His unique perspective is centered on the fact that he isn’t a backpacker nor is he sustaining his travel on a trust fund, but rather he is a “typical Gen-Xer” who has chosen to prioritize travel in his life. For those who think that they can’t travel because they don’t have time or they have a mortgage (or whatever reason under the sun), Matt will inspire you to make room in your life.
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