Travel blog examples will inspire you (Part 1)

Travel blog examples

When I posted on Facebook a message, that I’m going to write an article about travel blogs I’m getting a lot of interest.

Facebook message
Facebook message

Ok, let’s start from the beginning. I’ve decided to provide you travel blog examples. If you are going to create a blog about travel, this post is for you.

How I found a travel blogs

I wrote a post in several Facebook groups. The highest activity was in the group Boost Your Blog.

post in facebook about travel blogs
post in facebook about travel blogs


In this post, we provide a variety of travel blogs that make it easier for you to find the best niche for your travel blog, or just get the inspiration.

Travel blog examples

1. Life History Travel

Life History Travel
Life History Travel

Post from facebook
Briana Virginia Hi! I’m slowly building my blog to be a travel blog where you can read up on a country’s history & learn what to bring on a trip to a certain country/city/region. Right now it’s still basic stuff, but it’ll get better. It’s lifehistorytravel.com

The goal of Life, History, & Travel is to blend history better with people’s lives and help society move forward through remembering & honoring the past as well as promoting a better understanding and acceptance of other cultures & traditions.

2. Terrible trips

Terrible trips
Terrible trips

Post from Facebook
Tim Stewart Travel blog about cold, polluted and dangerous places to visit. terribletrips.com

This blog stands out from the others that there no about wonderful trips, I reverse it on horrible trips.

3. Toris edit

Toris edit
Toris edit

Post from Facebook
Tori Harrison Hi, I run mainly a travel blog over at www.torisedit.co.uk It follows my travels in a diary like format and suggests places to go for food and drinks etc. I’d love to be featured 😊

About the blog says, Tori
Hi, I’m Tori.
The 23-year-olds stumbling her way through life on her journey to becoming a fully qualified Solicitor… You can normally find me with my head in a law textbook or Instagramming an old travel pic!
Toris Edit began in 2017 as an outlet for my daily musings and a way of coping with the crippling pressure of uni life and juggling a graduate job. I’m in way over my head, but I’m trying to take it all in my stride and be a ‘girl boss’, not fuck it up or get fired! 
You’ll find my long-suffering partner in crime Andy featured from time to time. Join me for this wild ride that is life and I hope you kinda like what you see! 

I personally did not like the website design, but that’s just my opinion. You should also work with the site seo for a higher web site traffic.

4. Traveling with Toddlers

Traveling with Toddlers
Traveling with Toddlers

Post from Facebook
Connie DealConnieDeal.com/travel for all things related to traveling with little ones

About Connie Deal
I’m the mom of two little ones (3yo and 1.5yo), and 3 dogs. I’m a former classroom teacher turned SAHM, so I spend my day “doing activities” and science ‘speriments in between mediating sibling squabbles and working during nap time. I’m powered by caffeine (not coffee!), and I love helping others, especially fellow mom and their toddlers. Together, we can achieve great things AND prepare your toddler for kindergarten!

The design is nice, everything is tidy, but not a lot of articles about travel. Perhaps because of this site, you can find articles, not about travel.

5. The travel fairies blog

The travel fairies blog
The travel fairies blog

Post from Facebook
Amy Smith I run a travel blog at thetravelfairiesblog.com mainly about budget travel

About blog
So you’ve seen those people that have quit their jobs, sold everything and gone traveling. And you’ve seen those posts about how if you’re not traveling you’re not really living. But you don’t mind your job, and you have a house and kids (or furbabies in my case). And even if you did sell everything you own you’re not going to make it far around the world with that. So how can you still travel and see the world? Well, the answer is simple, you can actually traverse the globe on a lot less money than you think. This blog will give you some tips and tricks on how to travel on a budget based on our own past experiences. Some of these may be dependent on circumstances so they may not all be relevant to you. But if we help even one person see a new place we’ll be happy.

As there are still many websites, we will expand on the part 2 soon.

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