There are countless travel bloggers and resources for people to leverage when they’re planning their vacations. But finding the most helpful ones for your planning process can be like searching for a needle in a haystack. I’ve complied a list of resources I use and travel bloggers I like to read – and use for sources of information for my personal trips. Hope these links are helpful!
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Best of the Best
: An award-winning travel blog by Gary Arndt, a photographer who was named Travel Photographer of the Year by both the Society of American Travel Writers and the North American Travel Journalists Association.
The Planet D
– Deb and Dave are a Canadian
couple who run one of the most popular travel blogs in the world. I’ve met Deb and Dave on 4 continents. They are also two time Lowell Thomas winners.
– New York Times best selling author
who shares the best of the best for budget travel.
is an up and coming travel blog written by Megan is an Australian Journalist who has been traveling and blogging around the world for the last 7 years. The blog aims to give you the best tips and advice on traveling, volunteering, living, working and holidaying abroad. She hasn’t been everywhere, but it’s on her list.
A Little Adrift
– Shannon O’Donnell is a National Geographic Traveler of the Year.
Food & Wine
Girls Gotta Drink – Everything you need to know about wine travel in Piedmont, Italy.
Wine Channel TV
Family Travel Resources
Trekaroo: Kids. Trips. And real reviews.
Walking on Travels: When you won’t let your kids stop your wanderlust.
Suitecases and Sippy Cups
: An ordinary family with average means daring to do something extraordinary, as they create travel memories together both near and far.
Travels With Baby
Travel Savvy Mom
Travel Bloggers Who Make Me Laugh (and have great tips!)
The Vacation Gals
– The Vacation Gals are three professional travel writers — and moms of children ranging in age from 3 to 18 — who love to share our Adventures Away and Happiness at Home.
Travel Addicts – Lance and Laura, two busy professionals who travel the world as much as their “real world” vacation schedules allow. They’ll show you how you can do it too.
Suitecase Stories: Aussie couple left their ordinary lives to travel the world indefinitely! They share their stories, travel tips, photos and show how you can travel cheaply through house sitting internationally.
Leaving Cairo: An unconventional British lass, the wrong side of 35 who finds herself living (for the moment) in the unconventional country of Greece, after leaving Cairo.
Born2Travel.it: Mark and Stefy, two Italian backpackers, tell and photograph their experiences around the world with love. A website that tries to share adventures with other travelers giving tips about backpacking in freedom.
: TurnipseedTravel.com is passionate about great value – getting the absolute most for your hard earned dollars and days off. Their value travel philosophy tells you where to save, when to splurge, and how to make every moment count.
shares tips from budget travel to luxury travel in Thailand and in Australia for everyday guys and girls. They try to make travel easy.
An award-winning travel blog focused on outdoor adventures and off-grid travel.
Mountain Leon: Cal Bailey is from Australia. He runs Mountain Leon. A blog where he shares stories and advice from his years on the road doing outdoor travel.
Bel Around The World:
Pulling from Isabel’s own world travels and lessons, she gives tips on how to take action to pursue your dreams of travelling more, and make use of student travel perks and stretch every penny while travelling experientially.