Journalism is also an art of expressing. It’s all about reporting and curating. So, it is no surprise that so many journalists take up blogging and aren’t we glad that they do?
Journalism travel blogs are the next best thing. Attention to detail? They have ‘em all. These journalists-cum-travel bloggers have all the right information in all the right places. Planning your next vacation? We think it’s time you have a look at these brilliantly crafted travel blogs and start packing your bags!
Roads and Kingdoms – An independent journal of travel, food, culture and and foreign correspondence. Gold Winner of Best Travel Journalism Site by the Society of American Travel Writers.
Maptia – A world of inspiring stories, told by some of the most inspiring photographers, writers, and adventurers on the planet.
Adventure.com – Inspiring stories of adventure and people who venture out after it.
A Little Adrift – Shannon is a RTW traveler and volunteer, on the road since 2008 photographing grassroots initiatives and communities all over the world.
Borders of Adventure – Becki, a British Press award winning travel writer and avid adventurer, with a passion for reporting on misunderstood destinations.
Camels and Chocolate – Tales from a travel addict. Kristin Luna is a travel writer and a red carpet correspondent.
We Said Go Travel – Global community of over 1700 writers, sharing stories of their experiences from every continent.
World Hum – World Hum was started in 2001 with $35 and one goal: to publish the best travel stories on the Internet.
So Many Places – Kim is a writer traveling around the world indefinitely, telling stories from the great wide world.
Exile Lifestyle – Colin Wright is an author, entrepreneur and full-time traveler, he moves to a new country every four month.
Feeling Nomad – A group of restless wanderers fascinated by the world and determined to make it a better place for all. Selection of articles about the environment, future of our children, mistreatment of animals, disappearing cultures and languages, racism, human rights, violence, etc.
Somewheresville – The author is a British travel journalist living on a farm in Cadiz, Spain.
Roads Less Traveled – Tracy is bilingual multimedia travel writer specializing in sustainable & meaningful travel, especially in Latin America.
Zoo Adventurer – Conrad is a daydream traveler, photographer and videographer, although he doesn’t consider himslef to be any of those.
The Awayfarer Post – A collection of very interesting articles on heritage-rich sites, reaching out to experts for their thoughts.
Hither & You – Jamie Lafferty is a writer and photographer from Scotland. Being passionate about travel since early age, he have visited all seven continents before he was 27. He shares the tales on his blog.