Whether you’re a seasoned traveler or travel is currently just a quiet wish, the blogosphere is filled with helpful tips, endless inspiration, and valuable guidance for everyone.
It doesn’t matter if your year is filled with budget backpacking, luxurious lounging, or adventures still undecided, there’s a resource that will help you maximize your travel experiences. The tough part is sorting through the noise and finding the best blog for you and your travel style.
So, we did the hard part for you and pulled together a list of must-read travel blogs for 2015.
Dave & Deb, together known as ThePlanetD, are our favorite traveling duo. Their blog is filled with educational and inspiring stories from their travels and, as of late, they’re documenting their quest to find balance between their life at home and on the road. Follow along here.
If travel defines your lifestyle, or you hope it will soon enough, you’ll absolutely love Just One Way Ticket. This blog, brainchild of a Berlin-girl named Sab, will bring you in and entertain for hours. It’s no surprise that the blog has been featured on Cosmopolitan, USA Today, Lonely Planet, and much more.
Rick Steves is your go to guy for all things European travel. As a TV host and guidebook author, he’s a trusted opinion in travel and so much more. For anyone planning a Eurotrip, this is a must-visit site.
JD Andrews has a passion to inspire, and on his blog, it’s obvious it’s something he’s very good at. Through his amazing photography and videography you can connect to incredible places all over the world.
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A few years ago, this California native ditched the cubicle and set out to explore the world. Now an award-winning travel and lifestyle blogger, Kiersten is full of tips, tricks, and travel stories. The Blonde Abroad is a great inspiration for any style of traveler.
As the youngest American to travel to every country in the world, you might assume Lee knows a thing or two about travel. And you’d be right. Follow his travels and get top-notch travel tips and more.
For the visual travelers and lovers of photography, Brendan’s blog is where it’s at. Loaded with photography tips and travel guides, this is an extremely useful blog for anyone wishing to make memories as well as capture them.
There’s no more room for excuses! Commit to Y Travel’s 12-step program and your travel dreams will become a reality in no time. This blog is fun, inspired, and useful.
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Matt might have been bit by the travel bug a little late, but when it bit, it bit hard. In 2006, Matt quit his office job and began traveling, and once he started, he couldn’t be stopped. Through his blog he proves that a low budget is no problem. If you really want to travel, you can.
Calling all foodies! Migrationology is home for all of those who travel the globe in search of the next meal. Indulge in the best of food and travel shared on this blog.
Former cubicle-dweller and current globetrotter, Matthew Long, is dedicated to proving that travel can be accessible to anyone. To do so, he uses his blog, LandLopers, to provide useful information that’ll help you go out and see the best the world has to offer.
Johnny Jet’s blog is very different from the rest. When you’ve got your fill of travel inspiration and are ready to book, head here. Through travel deals and credit card recommendations, Johnny will help you get the most bang for your buck when traveling.
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Young, fun, and kicking ass, Skye Mayring, better known as Joan Jetsetter in the blogosphere, has had some major accomplishments in the travel world. As an award-winning writer, Joan Jetsetter is sure to keep you in the know and entertained. She’s even been dubbed the next Anthony Bourdain by The Huffington Post … need I say more?
Ditch the fluff—IndieTraveller is all about low-budget, worry-free, independent travel. On his blog, Marek shares his passion and honest advice for venturing into the unknown.
Well, you’re already here, so it’s got to be good right? On our blog, you’ll find tons of travel tips, trends, and insights from some of our favorite travel writers as well as our well-traveled employees. Beyond that, you’ll find company and product updates and great travel stories.
Backpacking through Europe? Then reading this blog is a must. From planning to packing, transportation to lodging, this blog provides all the tips you need for your niche travel tastes.
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Age is no excuse for an idle life. Founder of the blog, Stephanie, and her two staff writers, provide endless tips and tricks for millennial travelers. As young travelers themselves, they know the transformative power of seeing the world and want to enable everyone to have these irreplaceable experiences as well.
If you’ve always wanted to travel but you don’t know where to start, I highly recommend this blog. The creator, Robert, will inspire you with guides, photography, and even coaching if you wish. His site is welcoming and his guides offer digestible jumping off points for trip planning.
The Travels of Adam delivers a wide variety of destinations and insights. From food, to gay travel, and general travel tips, this blog is filled with interesting content for just about every traveler; although, travelers with a hipster flare will find Adam’s alternative twist especially interesting. Follow along as Adam explores Portugal, Brazil, Los Angeles, Chicago, Greece, Manchester, and more in 2015.
You couldn’t think of a more appropriate name for this blog if you tried. After visiting all seven continents, 170 countries and territories, every U.S. and Australian state and territory, every Canadian province, 125 U.S. National Parks, and over 285 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, it really does seem like creator Gary Arndt has been everywhere.
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A Dangerous Business strives to prove that travel can be accessible to anyone. Inspiring people to get out of their comfortable bubble and see the world, this blog also provides great tips on a variety of destinations and plenty of deep, worldly thoughts. Not to mention some great packing advice!
If you ever find yourself daydreaming of your next adventure, Oh! Travelissima will be great company. Loaded with travel inspiration and helpful tips, I advise grabbing a snack before sitting down to read this blog—you’ll be there awhile!
The creator of Wandering Trader, Marcello Arrambide, is young, successful, and well traveled. Of course, his life of complete freedom doesn’t come without some hard work. Arrambide works as a day trader in the stock market in order to fund his life of endless exploration. On his blog, he shares his stories and much more.
We hope you find this this of travel blogs helpful, try not to spend too many hours reading them at work!