8 Incredible Travel Blogs to Take Away From

8. WANDERING EARL

http://www.wanderingearl.com/blog/ is quite an intriguing and helpful blog. Right off the bat, you will discover Earl’s name is actually Derek, but he finds his middle name (Earl), more kind to the ear for a blog name. Derek has been on the roads for years, and is well trained in advice giving. He even started his own tours in multiple countries and has visited less common places such as Zanzibar and Mauritius.

 

7. GOATS ON THE ROAD

https://www.goatsontheroad.com is another funky and fresh example of travel blogs, as well as a helpful one to follow. This duo makes six figures yearly and they don’t have to worry about paying for travel whatsoever. They also have taken some pretty incredible adventures all across the world, but their photos from Asia and Latin America are stunning. These guys are professionals to say the least.

 

6. P.S. I’M ON MY WAY

https://www.goatsontheroad.com is a rather unique blog with a completely different aspect of starting a travel-based profit. Trisha spends her travels in different ways than doing the cliche visit every landmark you can at once. She actually chooses to live in a place she likes for up to three months. Her posts are more geared towards her lifestyle rather than a how-to writing frame.

 

5. THIS IS THE PLACE I WAS TELLING YOU ABOUT

http://www.thisistheplaceiwastellingyouabout.com is an eccentric yet minimalist blog featuring very talented photography. While it doesn’t offer many tips and guides for travel, it certainly features a lot of the world’s beauty. Oh and bonus! Our world is usually loaded with digital things, but these photos are all produced on film. How neat is that?

 

4. CAMELS AND CHOCOLATES

http://www.camelsandchocolate.com/ is a blog dedicated to the freelance documents of Kristin Luna, an adventurous woman from the South. She globe trots all across the world, from  Sweden to Tasmania to Aruba, all with her dog and husband. However, she finds balance between a normal life and one of a traveler, rather then dropping everything to become a nomad.

 

3. BE MY TRAVEL MUSE

https://www.bemytravelmuse.com is an adventurous, colorful, well put together blog with detailed itineraries and bright pictures from around the world. Kristin goes into detail on the costs of her trip, as well as how to save and what the best part of each destination is. She also is a very skilled photographer and adrenaline junky.

 

2. NOMADIC MATT

https://www.nomadicmatt.com is basically one of the best money saving blogs out there. Matt is a full time nomad and author, and has saved loads of money in many ways, from choosing to used certain credit card companies, to traveling on only $50 a day. He is one of the top travel bloggers across the world, and his sight is well put together and incredibly helpful. Not to mention, he has some great photography.

 

1. THE BROKE BACKPACKER

https://www.thebrokebackpacker.com is by far my favorite blog out there. Will completes some of the most insane journeys in the most insane ways. Right now he is traveling from the UK to Papua New Guinea all without a plane ticket. In his blog he elaborates on this and how he manages to live on under $10 a day. He has some pretty engaging stories from the time he went to an underground rager in Pakistan to the time he and his brother broke down in their psychedelic rickshaw while eating opium cookies (not joking, check his blog out). But anyway, Will leads a very exciting life and documents this among other things in his extraordinary blog.

 

 

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