There are thousands of adventure blogs on the internet, we have compiled a list of our favorites. So when you are looking for something to do to pass the time, check some of our recommended blog sites out.
Created by Mathew Karsten, this highly regarded adventure travel blog features inspirational travel stories, photos and tips highlighting destinations around the world.
As stated on his site, the definition of a vagabond is “wandering from place to place without any settled home; nomadic” and this perfectly sums up Karsten’s life. At the age of 29 Matthew quit his job, sold his possessions and headed out on the road. Karsten has traveled across the globe for five years while travel blogging to share his adventures with the world and he doesn’t have any plans to slow down. The Expert Vagabond is living proof that it is possible to live an adventurous life and follow your dreams.
From road trips to backpacking trips, Lonely Planet provides tips for all types of travelers to experience new roads, trails, destinations and cuisine.
Full of interesting travel articles, videos, photos and some of the best advice out there, Lonely Planet’s blog gives you everything you need to plan your next adventure.
Step out of your comfort zone and learn about “Dave and Deb’s” most recent adventures. Based on the philosophy that you don’t have to be an adrenaline junkie, an extreme athlete or wealthy to travel the world, Dave and Deb outline ways to create your own adventure and achieve your travel goals.
This adventurous couple will surely inspire your next adventure, but they might also motivate you to make a major shake-up in your own life.
Do I have to say more? Inspiring adventurers since 1888.
National Geographic’s Intelligent Travel blog is home to some great travel writing. But the site’s regular contributor Andrew Evans, the Digital Nomad, who takes readers along on his big adventures to Kilimanjaro and beyond, is who we make sure to check in with frequently.
Speaking of National Geographic…the Adventure Journal was founded by Nat Geo Adventure’s former West Coast editor Steve Casmiro. The blog features tales of outdoor adventure, environmentalism, intriguing people and more, from a slew of the country’s top outdoor writers.
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