There are a great range of blogs dedicated to the fascinating subject of travel. Some of them act as a personal diary of experiences while others provide useful information about holiday issues. The best blogs are read by thousands of enthusiastic travellers each day. They are regularly updated with photographs and entertaining stories. The blogs outlined in this article should provide you with inspiration in 2014 and appear in no particular order (they’re all awesome).

Alex In Wanderland

Alex In Wanderland

Alex is an all American girl with a great enthusiasm for travel. She has used this blog as a platform for her tales of travelling across different continents and meeting fascinating people. In 2014 she is planning on embarking on a backpacking tour of South and Central America. So there’ll be plenty of inspirational posts to read.

Ordinary Traveller

Ordinary Traveller

A couple from San Diego established this blog in 2006. They have used it as a showcase of spectacular photography and stories about different parts of the world. Ordinary Traveler’s focus is to provide trip ideas for people with limited vacation time and to introduce off-the-beaten-path destinations that you may not find on other travel blogs.

Turkish Travel Blog

Turkish Travel Blog

This blog should definitely be of interest to people thinking of visiting Turkey in 2014. It is maintained by Natalie Sayin, an interpid lady who considers it her mission to explore all of the sites in this fascinating country. She has included pictures of the colourful Grand Bazaar of Istanbul and the awe inspiring waterfalls of Goksu. Prospective visitors may also be interested in the working and dating guides.

A Little Adrift

A Little Adrift

It is a real challenge to create a travel blog which really stands out. However, Shannon O’Donnell has succeeded. She’s written posts about practically every single aspect of travel and incorporated a variety of fascinating photographs. You might want to have a read of this blog prior to deciding which countries to visit in 2014.

Have Baby Will Travel

Have Baby Will Travel

This blog is maintained by a truly impressive mother from Canada. She worked as a television producer before making the decision of writing about her family travel experiences. Her accounts of journeys through America, Spain and Portugal have been a source of entertainment and inspiration for fellow parents across the world.

A Luxury Travel Blog

A Luxury Travel Blog

Travellers looking for luxury experiences are encouraged to visit this blog. It features reviews of top class hotels and restaurants in the most refined areas of England, France and Australia. Visitors also have the opportunity to read descriptions of skiing in the Sierra Nevada and exploring the remote Caribbean Islands.

Monkeys & Mountains

Monkeys & Mountains

Those of you with a fascination for wildlife should visit this blog. It was created by Laural Robbins, a Canadian with a degree in primatology and a passion for world travel. She has written posts about whale watching in South Africa, swimming with crocodiles in Australia, safari adventures in Namibia and much more besides.

Never Ending Voyage

Never Ending Voyage

It seems that there is no shortage of travel blogs created by couples who’ve decided to lead the nomadic lifestyle. This one was created by Simon Fairbairn and Erin Mcneaney and it features enticing descriptions of attractions in Belgium, America and other countries. Erin has also taken the opportunity to include a great selection of photographs.

Escape Artistes

Escape Artistes

It’s would definitely be worth reading this blog if you’re considering the types of family activities to try during your next holiday. You’ll find extremely detailed accounts of horseback riding across the wilderness of Tsgaanuur and walking across the mountains of Everest, all written by the nomadic single mother, Theodora.

Never Ending Footsteps

Never Ending Footsteps

You will undoubtedly be inspired by the young lady who developed this extremely popular travel blog. She had suffered from anxiety and depression for some time before making the brave decision to break free and experience the delights of world travel. She has maintained a positive attitude and entertained the online audience with tales of travelling across 5 of the world’s continents.

Migrationology

Migrationology

This blog features various reviews of popular tourist attractions. However, the main focus is international cuisine. Visitors may read about the most delicious delicacies served in Sri Lanka and Egypt. It is also worth taking a look at the stunning photographs of Hawaii and Cambodia.

Nomadic Matt

Nomadic Matt

If you’ve been planning a worldwide trip in 2014 then you will probably feel a mixture of concern and excitement. You may be keen to find ways of assuring friends and family of your safety. You might also wonder about the prospects of working abroad. Thankfully Nomadic Matt has enough experience to present a host of thoughtful suggestions. You’ll feel more confident after reading his blog.

Adventures By Daddy

Adventures By Daddy

Those of you looking for a slightly different slant on family travel are encouraged to check out David Parfitt’s blog. He has written extensively about the enjoyment and challenges of travelling the world with his wife and two daughters. The blog will undoubtedly be updated with stories of exploration during 2014.

The Expeditioner

The Expeditioner

This extremely popular website acts as a hub for some of the most highly regarded travel bloggers. It has a variety of features about everything from the merits of working for Lonely Planet to the mouthwatering experience of dining in Veracruz.

Changes In Longitude

Changes In Longitude

If you want inspiration to follow your dreams and explore some of the world’s most interesting countries then you should have a read of this blog. It was created by an American couple who made the bold decision of selling their property and living the nomadic lifestyle. They have captured people’s interest with stories of travelling through countries such as Russia, Namibia and Great Britain.

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Are You Feeling Inspired?

We really hope that you enjoy reading the blogs outlined in this article. You might even be inspired to follow in the footsteps of the nomadic bloggers and jet off on a worldwide adventure in 2014. You could even tell us about your plans in the comment section below.

 

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