Best Travel Blogs


Whether you want to plan a holiday and aren’t sure where to go, or you just want to dream of escaping for a while, we have the solution! These are a few of our favourite travel blogs. These blogs will give you inspiration on places to go and what you need to know when you hit your holiday destination. 

 

Eat Your World

One for the foodies! We absolutely love eatyourworld.com – this blog is a guide to regional food and drinks around the globe, spotlighting authentic eats from different regions, so that you can find food that is native or traditional to the place you’re visiting!

 

The Everywhereist

"Yes it’s a travel blog. But at its core, it’s a love letter to my husband," is how blogger Geraldine DeRuiter describes her website.  Everywhereist has been listed in Time Magazines top 25 blogs and Forbes magazine's 100 best sites for women. Geraldine writes blogs about travel advice, hotels, events, museums, and shopping as well as candid photos of herself and her husband as they travel together. 

 

Intelligent Travel

National Geographic’s travel blog contains an excellent mix of blog posts from around the world. With interesting articles and incredible photography, this blog takes you to far flung places 

 

The Road To Anywhere

If you’re an adrenaline junkie, then this one’s for you. Follow Dean Wickham, a self-described ‘travelholic’ Aussie who has climbed Mount Kilimanjaro, trekked across glaciers and volcanoes. With destinations, travel tips, travel articles and photos, use this blog to inspire your next adventure holiday.

 

Delicious Baby

This blog wins loads of rave reviews from parents, constantly appearing on best family travel blog lists. Debbie, a mother of three, has dozens of kid-friendly city guides on the site, which include activities, hotels and restaurants that the little ones will enjoy too. There are plenty of travel tips for vacations with babies, toddlers and kids too!

What are your favourite travel blogs?

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