After reading our Top Travel Twitter Accounts to Follow (Part 1) post, we know you’ve been anxiously awaiting part 2. So, like we promised, here it is!
Below is the rest of the travel voices we absolutely love on Twitter. Check them out and follow for great travel tips, stories, conversation and more. Did we miss you or do you have a recommendation to add? Put it in the comments below, and we’ll publish a “People’s Choice” post with all of your recommendations!
This travel writer & TV personality has an obvious thirst for adventure. Recently appearing on the Travel Channel’s Destination Showdown and a frequent contributor to Conde Nast Traveler, Marie Claire and Huffington Post, Kim is an expert travel resource. Follow her on Twitter to keep up with her latest adventure– an epic #glamtrekking road trip through the United States and Canada.
Looking for a little travel inspiration? Then, Juno Kim is your girl. Whether it be through words or photographs, Juno has a passion for storytelling that’s as big as her love of traveling. Follow for pure travel brilliance.
This guy could write the book on “How To Be The World’s Smartest Traveler.” Oh, wait … he already did! And as if that doesn’t make him qualified enough, note that he’s also a columnist for National Geographic Traveler, King Features Syndicate, USA Today and the Washington Post. Full of savvy travel insight, this Twitter account will give you all the tools you need to become a sharp globetrotter.
This is a free-spirited family that calls the world their home. If you’re looking for expert advice for family travel, then these are the people to follow. Join them as they bask in the bliss of their culture-packed and peaceful travels around the world.
A Luxury Travel Blog
Welcome to the crème de la crème of luxury travel resources. Follow along to stay current on what’s happening in the luxury travel world. This is one account that will have you dreaming of fine dining and lavish resorts.
Catching the travel bug at the ripe age of seven, it’s no surprise that Spencer grew up to become a globetrotting freelance travel writer. Spencer is a regular contributor for a list of travel sites including Expedia Viewfinder, where he’s Editor-in-Chief. This trusted travel expert is also the host of the weekly #ExpediaChat, so follow along and join the conversation!
Dave & Deb Travel
The Planet D is one of travel’s most notable dynamic duos. With 16 years of marriage, over 80 countries, and 7 continents under their belt, we have a hunch that these two have found the key to happiness. As award-winning travel and photography bloggers, Expedia Viewfinders and American Express Ambassadors, The Planet D is an expert source for all things travel.
When it comes to European travels, there’s nobody that knows better than Rick Steves. Through his guidebooks and TV show, Steves has become one of the most respected experts in the industry. If you’re at all interested in experiences that’ll broaden your perspective without breaking your bank then this is a must follow.
Follow along with the latest travel trends. The tweets, by Trip Styler’s editor-in-chief, will put the world’s hottest destinations on your map. With “style-soaked” guides, this is just the resource you need to add a little extra flare to your travel.
Anne Taylor Hartzell
Anne Taylor Hartzell is a mom with a mission. Inspired to cultivate a world with more culturally-aware families, this Hip Travel Mama shares her expertise over a number of mediums. Whether it be on hiptravelmama.com, the Today Show, USA Today, Expedia’s Viewfinder blog or simply her Twitter account, Hartzell will help you keep all family travelers engaged and inspired.
Mara Gorman is another top-tier expert when it comes to family travel. Her book, “The Family Traveler’s Handbook,” will provide even the most savvy of family travelers with new and exciting tips and trip ideas. For anyone planning a family vacation, or hoping to do so eventually, this is one account you need to follow.
Robert Reid is an experienced traveler that knows how to find adventure everywhere and anywhere. This quirky yet knowledgeable wanderer has become a respected voice in the industry through is work with Lonely Planet, constant contributions to publications such as National Geographic Traveler, the New York Times and Huffington Post, and appearances on a large list of national TV shows. If you just love travel in general, this is a fun follow.
As Travel Editor of the SF Chronicle and blogger at Bad Latitude on SF Gate, Hilton is a respected voice in the travel community. And as creator of the #CarryOnShame campaign, he’s also become a leader in creating a more courteous carryon community.
Calling all wanderers! As founder of WanderTours and Wanderlust and Lipstick and a woman with 25 years of experience as a contemporary nomad, Beth Whitman’s account will provide you with endless travel tips, inspiration, and wisdom. Anyone who craves adventure won’t regret pressing “follow.”
Any travel-obsessed woman will love Kara Williams. Of course, you’ve probably already heard of her from her work as a columnist for the Denver Post and a blogger on her site thevacationgals.com. For “family travel, girlfriend getaways and romantic escapes,” Kara is your go-to gal.
GoNOMAD is a community of wanderers that love to share their experiences with you. But don’t expect to read about fluffy, sightseeing here! GoNOMAD is all about adventures that are both off the beaten path and responsible. Loaded with travel stories and unique and detailed guides, you won’t regret following this account.
Wendy Perrin is an extremely bright travel enthusiast. Perrin graduated cum laude from Harvard University and is currently TripAdvisor’s first-ever Travel Advocate. Her list of accomplishments in the travel industry is likely about as long as your bucket list. She has written columns, blogs and newsletters for Conde Nast Traveler. She has spoken on cruise ships and the United Nations. She has appeared on shows such as The Today Show, Good Morning America and The Oprah Winfrey Show (just to name a few), and was awarded Travel Journalist of the Year.
Nomadic Matt will prove you can travel on a budget. Matt will inspire you to take that trip you’ve been dreaming of and give you advice on how to do so without breaking the bank. His tested travel tips are so great they’ve been featured on a long list of outlets including the New York Times, CNN, BBC, The Huffington Post, Time and National Geographic.
Just six years ago Christine Gilbert ditched the corporate world to follow her dreams to become and writer, photographer and world traveler. From blog posts and workshops, to a documentary, Gilbert is a travel media expert. Follow along with her family’s adventures and be inspired to live the life you’ve always wanted to live
While growing up, success in the Christensen family was measured with an odometer, Chris shared. With travel etched in his veins from a young age it’s really no surprise he grew to be a travel blogger and podcast host. For travel with a humorous flare, Chris is a great follow.
Dan & Audrey
For Dan and Audrey life is one big adventure. Visiting over 80 countries in their seven years of travel, you better believe this married couple has their fair share of amazing stories, most of which they share on their blog uncorneredmarket.com. These two creative storytellers will have you hooked and dying to take off and travel the world.
Founder of travelfish.org, Stuart McDonald is your Southeast Asia travel guide. With a mission to help people have experiences that are off-the-beaten-path and see the world in a new way, McDonald offers loads of expert advice for your next Asian adventure.
As a founding member of the Professional Travel Bloggers Association and an active member of the Society of American Travel Writers, we have a feeling David Lee knows a thing or two about travel writing. And as if that wasn’t enough to prove his expertise, Lee is also the founder of three travel sites: Go Backpacking, Medellin Living and Travel Blog Success. From backpackers to bloggers, everyone will enjoy Lee’s travel insight.
Julia Dimon is a travel journalist and TV personality with an appetite for adventure. Dimon is a sought after travel authority who has been featured on CNN, ABC Nightline, New York Times, Conde Nast Traveler, Travel & Leisure, Forbes, MSNBC, E! News and … well you get the idea–just about everywhere.