5 Travel Blogs You Should Be Reading

We get a lot of inspiration from other travel bloggers, as I am sure you do as well!

You could search the interwebs for awhile and find these same blogs, but I figured I would save you some time! Below are 5 of our favorite travel blogs, accompanied by some of our favorite posts from each site.



A Family Travel Blog 


Why We Like It: 

Easy to digest travel tips, tricks, and information for families!

One of Our Favorite Posts: 

Booking Vacation Rentals: 5 Common Mistakes


Uncornered Market


Why We Like It: 

Inspiring, informative, and impressive! As a fellow married couple, it is easier to relate to this blog versus some other blogs written by single folk!

One of Our Favorite Posts: 

The Danger Map of the World: Fear vs. Awareness


Chris Guillebeau 


Why We Like It: 

If you haven’t stumbled upon Chris’s blog yet, you can thank me later for introducing you to it! Chris has some really great travel tips, hacks, etc. Feel free to check out a few of his books as well!

One of Our Favorite Posts: 



Expert Vagabond


Why We Like It: 

Talk about inspiring! Matthew has done some really amazing things in his travel adventures (Scuba diving, rope swinging, hitchhiking, hiking through remote areas, etc.)! He has a great mix of travel information and tips along with his own personal stories that make his blog so unique!

One of Our Favorite Posts: 

How To Find Cheap Travel Accommodation


Nomadic Matt


Why We Like It: 

Travel cheaper, better, longer. That’s pretty simple huh? To put it in his own words “If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to travel cheaper, turn your dream trip into a reality, save money, or travel the world, you are in the right place.”

One of Our Favorite Posts: 


Why Cheap Flights Aren’t Always Best to Buy


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5 Travel Blogs You should Read

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