Looking to plan your next vacation? It’s important for your sanity to not forget to take some time for yourself and recharge by traveling to a new location. Use these blogs to get destination ideas, money-saving suggestions, find someone road trips buddies, read travel journals, or just look at some great pictures and fantasize! There are many travel blogs out there, and these are some of the best!
These bloggers are based in Dhabi and love sharing their experiences of traveling with you – the good, the bad and the ugly. They’ve travelled quit a bit over the last few years, and documented many of their experiences. They’re passionate about maximizing the time they spend in each place we visit, experiencing what makes each location unique and having an adventure. They try to do so at a range of budgets, ensuring everyone has access to these memorable experiences.
Go Hobo’s end-game is an alternative travel network, built to bring you – the adventurer – affordable transportation and accommodation solutions. They work with some or the sharing economy’s greatest assets and organizations to compile the internet’s best community resources. Live like a local and stay for free by housesitting, split the cost of your next roadtrip by sharing your ride with other people heading your way or snatch up a half-price ticket across the world form a crowd-sourced error-fare tracker.
Chris and Rob have been together for 10+ years and have been legally married since 2013. Before kids they were just another couple exploring the world, but now with their little dudes, they’re 2TravelDads… and they keep on traveling. Keep up with 2 dads traveling the globe with their 2 sons, teaching them the value of culture and education, experiencing the outdoors, and giving their kids a broad world view.
This Is the Place I Was Telling You About
R’el Dade and Marcus Lloyd are two Texans living in New York City. Photography, traveling, and great food, are a few things that they enjoy. They have a ton of fun together and are always down for a great adventure.
Globetrottergirls was started by two girls in 2010. After four years of traveling the world as a couple and running this website together, they split up and Dani has been globetrotting on her own since early 2014 and made the decision to continue to share her new travel stories, and keep the memories of their travels together alive at the same time.
The Blonde Abroad
The Blonde Abroad is a California native, who, not too long ago, left her career in corporate finance to become a world traveler. Since then, she has traveled to over 50 countries and have knocked some big adventures off her bucket list. I hope to inspire you to live a life you love and settle for nothing less than extraordinary.
Carnets de Traverse
Julie Sarperi is a travel blogger and artistic freelance web director. She created Les Carnets de traverse in 2008, which is travel diaries, a travel blog and a small shop where she sell original creations.
Hand Luggage Only
Hand Luggage Only was born back in April 2014 at University of Cambridge. Yaya and Lloyd were talking about sharing our travel stories and photos with others like-minded travellers on the internet. We’d already been doing this for a while and (almost competitively) sharing our stories on Facebook but what we really wanted was to connect with other travelers across the globe and have a two-way conversation about travel.
Escaping Abroad Blog was started by James to share his passion for traveling and to inspire you to go out and do more exploring of your own! There’s a great big world out there that we don’t see enough of. More than half of Americans haven’t even set foot outside of their own country! He is trying to change that.
The Travelettes are a group of female travelers, writers and photographers sharing their travel stories online since August 2009. We come from all corners of the world and it is our goal to inspire, inform and motivate young women to travel more.