The creativity & desire to share experiences among those who have been blessed with the passion, opportunity & ability to wander & explore is a beautiful thing. This is the *ULTIMATE* updated travel blog list on the web with over 4,000 travel blogs listed! We spend *significant* time searching for travel blogs not yet in this list. Focus is on domain name sites in English in the format: www.name.ext. More info about this list here.
Formerly The Traveling Scholar, I’ve finally taken the plunge and re-branded after many years of toying with the idea. While I’ve mostly dropped the more academic focus of my site, the desire to travel and endless inspiration for jet setting has never ceased. I originally started documenting my travels as a graduate student in London in 2009, my first foray into real international travel on a regular basis.
Michael Woestehoff is the founder of The Washington Lobbyist, a website that began as a literal homage to hotel lobbies and their respective interior design. Today, the website now features video content from all over the United States based on the hospitality and travel industry and relate-able charity and social events
The Slow Travel blog is where you’ll find all manners of articles related to Slow Travel, including practical advice related to Slow Travel, and discussions of Slow Travel from across the web. Read through the archives, and you’ll gain an understanding of what Slow Travel means in practice.
We're Jolie and Mark, an Australian couple who met about 6 or so years ago. We both share a great love for being outdoors and an appreciation for the happiness that putting yourself outside of your comfort zones brings you.
Traveling to far away, exotic locations is amazing. But I don’t believe that travel needs to cost a fortune or use up all of my vacation days. My backyard has beautiful beaches, unique wildlife, delicious restaurants, and plenty of adventure. Join me as I wander. Adventure awaits!
Hi! Im Clare, a girl with seriously itchy feet. Having decided that you have to make your own opportunities in life and that your 20s are for adventures, not days spent at a desk staring out of the window,
I started the WaYfaring VoYager because I honestly did not know what to do with my life other than travel and enjoy. After noticing thatIMG_1991 the majority of of my generation felt the same, I thought a place where we could all meet and talk about our experiences would be a good thing.