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The Ultimate List of the Best Travel Bloggers

Top 10 Travel has curated the Ultimate List of Travel Bloggers. These bloggers are in a wide range categories and perfect for giving you the sense of Wanderlust.

Passport Symphony

Passport Symphony is a travel blog that provides adventurers with great advice and tips on traveling in the cheapest way possible. The blog is written by Daniel Kiteski who is a young blogger from Skopje in the republic of Macedonia and provides some great articles on a wide range of destinations and topics. Daniel had visited over 30 countries by the time he turned 24 and most of his adventures are solo.

One of the things we love about this site is that Daniel visits some awesome hidden gems and avoids some of the usual travel destinations which we seen in every other travel blog. He also tries to capture the people, culture, cuisine and history of the places he visits. We also love the map on the front page of the blog showing which countries he has visited.

If you are looking for some great tips and advise on how to travel the world without it costing you a fortune then Passport Symphony is a fantastic blog to follow.

Hiking The Trail began life in 2013 as a way for Adam Nutting to prepare for hiking the Appalachian Trail. Unfortunately Adam had to cut short the hike 200 miles in however his blog remained and has grown ever since. Hiking the Trail is a fantastic travel blog offering heaps of reviews, great photos and all the info you could ever need onhiking.

Appalachian Trialsis a fantastic blog by Zach Davis to provide information and resources about the thru hiking the Appalachian Trail. The entire trail is a massive 2190 miles and can take between 5-7 months of hiking with the northbound trail starting on Springer Mountain in Georgia and finishing at Katahdin in Main. TheAppalachian Trials website contains great articles, gear advice, maps and other information required to tackle this trek. Also check out theAppalachian Trials bookby Zach.

While every family travel blog focuses both on the fun and the unique challenges of traveling with kids, Wheres Sharon? makes traveling with kids its major focus. This is a great blog for those who have multiple kids, tooblogger Sharon and husband Josh have three children, one of them a new baby.

In addition to the destination guides and fun stories that populate every travel blog, Sharon focuses on providing practical information on products on services, so that you can travel on a budget. There are also articles for every destination the family has visited that provide plenty of information on the fun things you can do with your kids there.

Sharon also writes about solo travel in her Flashback Fridays posts, telling stories related to her big trips before settling down and having a family.

The real highlight of this blog for me is the buying guides related to things every traveling family needs, from strollers to luggage. Sharon and her family also provide detailed packing lists and other practical tips for every trip they takeand can be brutally honest, with a hearty sense of humor, about some of the difficulties of traveling with children.

2 Travel Dads sets itself apart as the LGBT-friendly family travel blog, offering firsthand experience and advice of what its like for a family with two dads to travel the world. Beyond these stories and pieces of advice, there is also plenty of more general travel knowledge for how to get the most out of every destination, and how to use travel as a way to connect with your kids and your partner as well as the larger world.

The 2 Travel Dads blog is one of the more activist travel blogs out there, focusing not only on LGBT issues but also racial justice. The two bloggers, Rob and Chris Taylor, make it their mission to teach the history of the places to which they travel to their kids and their readers.

This blog, like World Travel Family, also features plenty of advice and stories about the worlds of homeschooling and Worldschooling, from creating curriculums to teaching while on the road. The no-nonsense advice, infectious positivity, and good hearted mission make this blog a fun and worthwhile read.

Home - A Brit and A Southerner

We are Chris and Heather Boothman and love to share our experiences as we Explore the world one weekend at a time. Welcome to A Brit and A Southerner!

Cam Honan is an Australian who has traveled over 57000 miles (92,000 km) in approx56 countries. The Hiking Life is his blog showcasing all the amazing hikes he has completed such as The Inca Trail in Peru, Annapurna Circuit in Nepal and The Appalachian Trail in the USA. The blog features in depth list and reviews of thetravel gearhe has used on each hike as well as fantastic how to guides and other hiking resources.

Points with a Crew is a family travel blog with a much more specific mission than mosthelping you save money, travel more, and most of all get all the benefits of credit card rewards programs. With plenty of experience, stories, and specific advice, blogger and dad of six kids Dan offers ways for regular families to begin to excel at what he calls travel hacking.

Travel hacking involves finding all the best deals, planning things well in advance, and ensuring that you can stretch even the tightest budget to give yourself and your family a much-needed and much-deserved good time. If youre a frugal family, this blog will convince you you can travel without wasting moneyand theres plenty of great, more general travel advice too, like what tools you should always bring with you to avoid travel mishaps.

Rocky Travel is an award-winning web travel guide for the active solo traveller who loves to explore the most beautiful places with focus on Australia and Europe. Since 2010 it has been helping thousands of travellers planning their adventure in a simpler a smarter way. The site is filled with many free trip planning tools and guides. Besides that you can take advantage of travel planning services, purchase my book and join my Small Group Tours of Italy and Australia.

Michela paints the Australian outback in colors youve never seen before in this useful guide for the solo traveler exploring Australia. Born in Italy, she discovered her natural affinity for learning foreign languages which, by the age of 35, had made her fluent in German, English, Italian, and Spanish.

Her love for foreign dialects eventually burgeoned into a desire to experience foreign cultures, a path that gradually led her to the rocky Australian outback. Since leaving her 9-to-5 job in 2004, she has spent the last 13 years of her life teaching women like herself the benefits of traveling solo in addition to creating interesting memoirs about her backpacking journey through Australia. Her blog is by far the most useful for the beginner solo traveler (regardless of the destination) since it offers helpful tips on how to pack, must-visit destinations, where to get accommodation, and staying safe on the road. Australia Travel Tips is a comprehensive travel guide for anyone looking to explore Australia for the first time.

The Boutique Adventurer is the the brainchild of Amanda OBrien, an Aussie currently living in London who is a frequent traveler while also enjoying a little luxury in her life. This fantastic travel blog includes great articles on destinations from Australia to Tunisia and everywhere in between.

Amanda has visited over 70 countries and she likes to travel with friends, families as well as solo which is unusual for travel blogs who normally only cover 1 niche area. Some The articles covered on this blog includeIceland Travel Tips: Top 10 Things You Need to Knowwhich makes me want to visit Iceland even more. We also loved theNamibia Self Drive: 10 night itinerarythat will give you wanderlust for your next African adventure

The Boutique Adventurer also includes some great travel tips, and reviews of some business class airlines and luxury hotels. There are also some good tips for solo travelers includingHolidays for One: Best Organised Tours for Single Travel.

The website design looks good without getting to cluttered which is an issue with some other blog design. Amanda has a great following on most of the social media sites including Facebook and Twitter. If you love to trek during the day while also enjoying the night time creature comforts then this is a great blog to follow.

Travel with Bender is one of the premier family travel blogs because of its sheer size and vast breadth of information. While many other family travel blogs choose to focus on a very specific element of traveling with a family, blogger Josh Bender writes about everything traveland about how to make the nomadic lifestyle (or at least much more frequent vacations) work even for ordinary people.

Another great thing that stands out about this website is its wealth of beautiful photography. Josh is a photographer both by hobby and by trade, and there are some amazing pictures of virtually every major travel destination you can think of on this site.

Traveling Canucks is one of the most well-known travel blogs because of its wide appeal. The blog started when couple Nicole and Cameron Wears left their jobs and went on some serious adventures in 2008, and has continued as theyve settled down in Vancouver, started working regular jobs again, and started a family. Their experience with serious, long-term backpacking adventures has given them a lot of knowledge that can be put to use in smaller family trips, and their location in Vancouver makes them ideal for North American readers (though they travel all over the world, having visited over 65 countries).

Although they write about all travel topics, they focus on a few key things:

Unique family-friendly adventures
Finding the time and money to travel with two kids and regular jobs
Practical matters like destination dos and donts, luggage and accessory recommendations, and airport security and dining guides
The sense of adventure is palpable on this blog, but it comes with a lot of practical advice thats sure to impress every family.

The Boutique Adventurer is the the brainchild of Amanda OBrien, an Aussie currently living in London who is a frequent traveler while also enjoying a little luxury in her life. This fantastic travel blog includes great articles on destinations from Australia to Tunisia and everywhere in between.

Amanda has visited over 70 countries and she likes to travel with friends, families as well as solo which is unusual for travel blogs who normally only cover 1 niche area. Some The articles covered on this blog include Iceland Travel Tips: Top 10 Things You Need to Know which makes me want to visit Iceland even more. We also loved the Namibia Self Drive: 10 night itinerary that will give you wanderlust for your next African adventure

The Boutique Adventurer also includes some great travel tips, and reviews of some business class airlines and luxury hotels. There are also some good tips for solo travelers includingHolidays for One: Best Organised Tours for Single Travel.

The website design looks good without getting to cluttered which is an issue with some other blog design. Amanda has a great following on most of the social media sites including Facebook and Twitter. If you love to trek during the day while also enjoying the night time creature comforts then this is a great blog to follow.

Lots a Fresh Air is a fantastic bushwalking and hiking blog by Australian Carolyn Ryan. Caro refers to herself as the unexpected outdoors chick and herblog offers heaps of tips on hiking food, hiking fitness and bushcraft. A lot of the articles are about Australian and New Zealand bushwalks (Thats what we call them in Australia) and she offers some excellent localknowledge.

The Hiking Lady blog provides articles,hiking gear reviews and other information to make it easier for women to embrace the outdoors. The Hiking Lady is better know as Carol Roberts who grew up in California and loves to backpacking and the great outdoors. Carol also runs Hiking Baby to help parents and families enjoy the great outdoors.

Hiking Fiasco is a hiking blog written by Australian Greg Johns and features some great articles about Aussie bushwalks. He also has some reviews about thegear he uses.

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Passport Symphonyis a travel blog that provides adventurers with great advice and tips on traveling in the cheapest way possible. The blog is written by Daniel Kiteski who is a young blogger from Skopje in the republic of Macedonia and provides some great articles on a wide range of destinations and topics. Daniel had visited over 30 countries by the time he turned 24 and most of his adventures are solo.

One of the things we love about this site is that Daniel visits some awesome hidden gems and avoids some of the usual travel destinations which we seen in every other travel blog. He also tries to capture the people, culture, cuisine and history of the places he visits. We also love the map on the front page of the blog showing which countries he has visited.

Having not visited Macedonia we really enjoyed readingSkopje: The city where the lines between the East and the West are fading awaywhich offers a fantastic inside and history of a beautiful city.12 things I wish I knew before visiting Icelandalso offers some great tips if you plan on visiting the land of fire and ice.

If you are looking for some great tips and advise on how to travel the world without it costing you a fortune then Passport Symphony is a fantastic blog to follow.

The Boutique Adventurer is the the brainchild of Amanda OBrien, an Aussie currently living in London who is a frequent traveler while also enjoying a little luxury in her life. This fantastic travel blog includes great articles on destinations from Australia to Tunisia and everywhere in between.

Amanda has visited over 70 countries and she likes to travel with friends, families as well as solo which is unusual for travel blogs who normally only cover 1 niche area. Some The articles covered on this blog includeIceland Travel Tips: Top 10 Things You Need to Knowwhich makes me want to visit Iceland even more. We also loved theNamibia Self Drive: 10 night itinerarythat will give you wanderlust for your next African adventure

The Boutique Adventurer also includes some great travel tips, and reviews of some business class airlines and luxury hotels. There are also some good tips for solo travelers includingHolidays for One: Best Organised Tours for Single Travel.

The website design looks good without getting to cluttered which is an issue with some other blog design. Amanda has a great following on most of the social media sites including Facebook and Twitter. If you love to trek during the day while also enjoying the night time creature comforts then this is a great blog to follow.

Hiking The Trail began life in 2013 as a way for Adam Nutting to prepare for hiking the Appalachian Trail. Unfortunately Adam had to cut short the hike 200 miles in however his blog remained and has grown ever since. Hiking the Trail is a fantastic travel blog offering heaps of reviews, great photos and all the info you could ever need onhiking.

Lots a Fresh Air is a fantastic bushwalking and hiking blog by Australian Carolyn Ryan. Caro refers to herself as the unexpected outdoors chick and herblog offers heaps of tips on hiking food, hiking fitness and bushcraft. A lot of the articles are about Australian and New Zealand bushwalks (Thats what we call them in Australia) and she offers some excellent localknowledge.

Appalachian Trialsis a fantastic blog by Zach Davis to provide information and resources about the thru hiking the Appalachian Trail. The entire trail is a massive 2190 miles and can take between 5-7 months of hiking with the northbound trail starting on Springer Mountain in Georgia and finishing at Katahdin in Main. TheAppalachian Trials website contains great articles, gear advice, maps and other information required to tackle this trek. Also check out theAppalachian Trials bookby Zach.

The Hiking Lady blog provides articles,hiking gearreviews and other information to make it easier for women to embrace the outdoors. The Hiking Lady is better know as Carol Roberts who grew up in California and loves to backpacking and the great outdoors. Carol also runsHiking Babyto help parents and families enjoy the great outdoors.

Hiking Fiasco is a hiking blog written by Australian Greg Johns and features some great articles about Aussie bushwalks. He also has some reviews about thegearhe uses.

Bushwalking Blog is another blog focused on Australian hiking, news and gear reviews. This fantastic Aussie blog is written byNeil Faheyand features articles about all the bush walks around Australia. Neil is based in Melbourne so a lot of the walks are around Victoria. They are sorted by distance, difficulty, region and features family friendly bush walks. The website also has news on Food, Gear and Tech as well as some great photos.