There are countless travel blogs on the internet, so we've scoured the web to find the very best: travel's most important, informative and entertaining blogs, for different travel interests...
There's nothing like reading a well put together travel blog - whether you're after specialist advice on a particular type of travel, or simply want to read someone's personal perspective.
Thousands of them exist online (more than we could ever hope to list), but we've chosen 38 of the very best to help you narrow it down.
You can search by subject, or keep scrolling for the full selection:
The best travel blogs for practical advice
The best eco-conscious travel blogs
The best couples' travel blogs
The best travel blogs for solo female travellers
The best travel blogs for post-retirement travel
The best LGBTQ+ travel blogs
The best travel blogs with a mission
The best offbeat travel blogs
The best travel blogs for outdoor adventurers
The best travel blogs for foodies
The best travel photography blogs
Anil Polat's tech guide to travel is the go-to blog for up-to-the-minute advice on wireless internet on the road, international SIM cards, and exactly which chargers you should be taking with you.
Read more over at Fox Nomad
Travel veteran Tim Leffel tells you how to stretch your travel budget further with tips about destinations, travel deals and travel gear.
Read more over at Cheapest Destinations Blog
Eco-travellers Karen Sargent and Paul Farrugia believe in enriching travel experiences that respect the destination's culture, landscape and resources.
Read more over at Global Help Swap
Wanderlust regular Liz Cleere has created a corner of the web where aspiring sailors can learn about the realities of life on the sea.
Liz, her partner Jamie, and their cat named Millie teamed up to sail all corners of the world, and keep aspiring travellers updated on Follow The Boat.
Read more over at Follow The Boat.com
Matthew is a British rail adventurer who has travelled far enough by train to circumnavigate the world several times. His posts about his rail journeys in every corner of the planet not only capture the romance of travelling by rail but offer practical, hard-to-source advice as well.
Read more over at Matthew Woodward
Heralded as the premier travel resource for women, Evelyn Hannon's blog tackles everything from packing to travelling safely – with lots of good food in between.
Read more over at Journeywoman
Journalist and TV presenter Oneika is the host of Travel Channel’s One Bag and You’re Out and Big City, Little Budget, and has visited over 115 countries. She champions women who travel, and blogs about the destinations she's visited, her travel style tips and her experiences of travelling as a black person.
Read more at Oneika The Traveller
Kate has been travelling full time since 2010 and has made it her mission to show women how they can travel the world on their own – easily, safely, and adventurously. Her enthusiastic posts are guaranteed to leave you inspired.
Read more over at Adventurous Kate
Janice Waugh is a solo traveller, blogging exclusively about getting the most from travelling on your own. From destination guides to tips on finding classes as a solo traveller, you'll find everything you need to travel on your lonesome.
Read more over at Solo Traveler World
Initially created as a record of their year-long honeymoon, this candy-coloured travel blog is as irrepressible as Lia and Jeremy themselves.
The honeymoon was a disaster – but fun – and their blog offers practical, down-to-earth, budget-friendly travel tips that will help you avoid making terrible mistakes they made.
Read more over at Practical Wanderlust
Strong contender for ‘coolest blog name on this list’, married couple Eulanda (from Lagos, Nigeria) and Omo (from Colorado, United States) blog about their adventures around the world, often starting from their home base in London.
Read more over at Hey! Dip Your Toes In
Back in 2014, Londoners Andrew and Emily booked a one-way ticket to Mexico and began wandering the world. Their thoughtful posts and beautiful photographs reflect their ethos of travelling to gain a deeper understanding of the world – and each other.
Read more over at Along Dusty Roads
Canadians Rachel and Ryan have very different tastes when it comes to travel. Rachel loves to travel in style and luxury, Ryan prefers a more adventurous approach. Their blog shows how two contrasting travelling styles can come together perfectly to create unforgettable travel experiences.
Read more over at The Opposite Travellers
Retirees Jonathan and Sarah met in Chiang Mai and decided to motivate fellow baby boomers to travel more and have some retirement adventures of your own.
Their action-packed posts prove that the world is not some scary place to avoid, but rather somewhere the curious retirees should out and see it for themselves.
Read more over at Life Part 2
Sisters Kay and Anne have led two very different lives, but on retiring rediscovered their passion for travel, fostered when they were kids on family adventures to National Parks. Now they travel the world, sharing tales, tips and laughs about travelling as ‘Baby Boomer Sisters’.
Read more over at Blonde Brunette Travel
American retirees Anita and Richard turned their back on the American Dream to go travelling in 2012 and haven’t looked back. Currently based in Portugal, their blog is both inspirational and practical, an authentic snapshot of life as travelling expats.
Read more over at No Particular Place To Go
Dutch couple Maartje and Roxanne document their travels through 45+ countries in Africa, Asia, Europe and beyond – sharing handy city and country guides, as well as other helpful resources for lesbian travellers.
Read more at Once Upon A Journey
Friends Auston and David have been travelling for more than eight years, and their slick blog shines for its travel guides covering gay-friendly destinations, festivals, hotels, nightlife and events. Expect lots of helpful trip planning resources, too.
Read more at Two Bad Tourists
Sion and Ben, hailing from Wales and Yorkshire respectively, have visited 27+ countries and now share in-depth destination guides and hotel reviews LGBT travellers, plus blogs about Pride festivals around the globe.
Read more at The Globetrotter Guys
Covering topics such as responsible travel, wildlife tours, species spotlights and lodging, bloggers Hal and Cristina are determined to promote conservation through responsible wildlife tourism.
Read more at Travel4Wildlife
Jessica Nabongo’s blog, The Catch Me If You Can, documents her extensive travels – all of which led to her becoming the first documented black woman to visit every country in the world in 2019. Expect lists, destination guides and a section dedicated to all her travel favourites.
Read more at The Catch Me If You Can
Kash Bhattacharya has single-handedly changed the perception of hostels. His posts on the most amazing, quirky and sometimes luxurious hostels across the world show that choosing the cheaper option isn’t always a compromise.
Read more at Budget Traveller
Michael Turtle gave up his career in media in Australia to visit every UNESCO site in the world. Follow his quest and make a list of your own.
Read more over at Time Travel Turtle
Wanderlust’s own Peter Moore gives his slightly cock-eyed look at the world with tales from his travel as well as tips on his favourite places, festivals and budget destinations.
Read more over at A Funny Way Of Looking At The World
From the brains behind The Mongol Rally and The Rickshaw Run, this blog revels in the wackier side of travel and gives a heads-up on new events and adventures.
Read more over at The Adventurists
Spanish blogger Joan Torres specialises in travel to off-the-beaten-track destinations and gives practical, up-to-date advice on travelling to more challenging destinations.
Read more over at Against The Compass
Dave has been on the road for over 13 years now. Along the way he has picked up a shed-load of tips and experiences that he shares openly and with sometimes alarming candour.
Read more over at The Longest Way Home
What started out as a chronicle of Antonio and Amanda’s epic three-year cycle trip from San Francisco to Argentina has morphed into a blog dedicated to making the outdoors accessible to everyone. Expect advice, ideas and inspiration for epic adventures across the planet.
Read more over at The Adventure Junkies
Melissa Hie, the ‘Girl’ in GirlEatWorld, has been eating, travelling and sharing her international foodie experiences since 2014. Her focus, naturally, is on where to enjoy the best and most authentic dishes on your travels, but she offers other practical travel tips as well.
Read more over at Girl Eat World
Mark Wein set up Migrationology because he believes that there is no better way to connect with people when you’re travelling than through food. He blogs about authentic local food from around the world and even offers personal tours from his current base in Bangkok.
Read more over at Migrationology
Described as a 'Daily Photo Adventure', this blog showcases Trey Ratcliff's amazing travel photos. Of most interest to aspiring photographers are the step-by-step guides to how he took them. His guide to HDR photography is arguably one of the best on the web.
Read more over at Stuck In Customs
Jeremy Scott’s blog is the perfect mix of inspirational images and top notch advice on both destinations and becoming a travel photographer. He’s also got great tips on financing your travel photography habit too.
Read more over at Travel Freak
Get ready to be inspired – and blown away – by Ken Kaminesky’s luscious, hyper-detailed travel images. You’ll be asking ‘How’d he do that?’ while booking your ticket to the destination at the same time. Truly breathtaking.
Read more over at Ken Kaminesky
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