TOP 100 TRAVEL BLOGS 2015
THE BIGGEST TRAVEL BLOG AWARD ON THE INTERNET
Hello travel blogger,
Welcome to the ultimate travel blog evaluation
. I analyzed more than 2100 blogs and rated them from 0 to 5 stars. Before I explain WHY I did this, WHO made it in the list, and most important HOW I rated the blogs, I am sure you want to see which award your own travel blog got in our Top 100 Travel Blogs list.
IMPORTANT: This list is neither sorted according to the success of a travel blog nor how SEO friendly it is or its number of facebook fans etc. It only focuses on the travel blog itself and the activity of the travel blogger! It is a very subjective list as it is based on BoB’s, Liane’s and my opinion. BUT there is a quite complex system behind it as we analyzed 7 different categories of each travel blog. You find detailed information about each category at the end of this post.
Okay, enough talking. Here is the list! Please do me a favour and read the information below the list before leaving a comment. And let me know if you want to be in another category. (I have too many solo travel bloggers 🙂 .)
2100+ ANALYZED TRAVEL BLOGS
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Bridges and Balloons – Don’t Forget to Move – Getting Stamped – Goats on the Road – Hecktic Travels – Ordinary Traveler – The Planet D – Uncornered Market – Wanderlusters
A Brit and Abroad
Adventure in you
Justin Plus Lauren
Latitude Thirty Four
Love and road
Nomad Is Beautiful
Peanuts Or Pretzels
The Global Couple
The Travel Manuel
Two Monkeys Travel
Vagrants of the World
A hole in my shoe
Along Dusty Roads
Am I Nearly There Yet?
As We Saw It
Beers and Beans
Bob Around the World
Brown Girls Fly
Bucket List Publications
Charlie on Travel
Drink tea and travel
Flying the Nest
Green Global Travel
You keep us travelling
Lost Girls World
Love and Road
Many Many Adventures
Miles of Happiness
My Itchy Travel Feet
News from Nomads
One World One Year
Positive World Travel
Sand in My Suitcase
The Crowded Planet
The Fighting Couple
The Travel Tester
To travel too
Travel and Beyond
Travel Past 50
Travel the World
Travel With All Senses
Travel Yes Please
Two Bad Tourists
Two for the Road
We Are Sole Sisters
2 People 1 Life
20 Years Hence
365 Travel Dates
A Couple Travelers
A Cruising Couple
Abandon the Cube
Alison and Don
Backpacking Travel Blog
Bizarre Globe Hopper
Blonde Brunette Travel
Born 2 Travel
Breathe With Us
Captain and Clark
Catch our travel bug
Double Barreled Travel
Flashpack at Forty
Flip Flop Travellers
Free your mind travel
Jenny & Ewout Grand Adventures
Just a Pack
Just Chasing Rabbits
Karolina & Patryk
Kathmandu and Beyond
Land of Marvels
Live Dream Discover
Living in Another Language
Living the Dream RTW
Made in Moments
Mrs Ayla’s Adventures
Next Stop Who Knows
No Place to Be
Nomad’er How Far
Old World Wandering
On Our Own Path
One Giant Step
One Modern Couple
One Road at a Time
One Weird Globe
Our Dream Adventure
Round We Go
See You Soon Mom
Short Road to Happy
Surfing the Planet
Tammy and Chris on the Move
Teach Travel Play
The Constant Rambler
The Lazy Travelers
The Travels of BBQboy and Spanky
The Trusted Traveller
The Walking Tourists
Traveling 9 to 5
Traveling Thru History
Travelling Book Junkie
Travels With Two
Traveltelling – Stories of an active traveler
Tusen Takk II
Two Scots Abroad (update)
Two Worlds One Life
We Are from Latvia
Where Is Your Toothbrush
Wise Monkeys Abroad
World Walk About
World Wild Travel
Your Own Trail
Agua de Coco
Alex Travel Blog
Around This World
Blog di Viaggi
Brock and Tanj
Changes in Longitude
Country Hopping Couple
Don’t Fly Go!
Dream a Little Dream
Elizabeth and Dale Abroad
Follow Me East
Four around the world
Guide 2 Travel
Happy Time Blog
Ian and Wendy
Karina’s Extraordinary Life
Live Each Adventure
No Place Like Here
No Vacation Required
Roaming Around the World
Snow Birds in Training
The Journey Itself
The Next Big Adventure
The Nomadic Tribes
The Travel Type
The Velvet Rocket
The World Effect
Two Thirsty Travellers
We Roam Around
Wired 2 the World
World Wide Adventurers
A Couples Odyssey
A Crafty Traveler
Boarding Gate 101
Freelancers on the Road
Hot Toddies Unlimited
Life After Cubicle
Manali and Terry
The Smart Way Round
The World with Chris and Sarah
Wanderers But Not Lost
Diary of the Purple Passport
Green Around The Globe
Have Blog Will Travel
Odd Years Travel
RTW Travel Guide
The Gypsy Gals
The Vagabond Adventures
The World on a Toilet
Travel for Love
We Go Two
Alex in Wanderland – Man on the Lam – The Blonde Abroad – That Backpacker
Bunch of Backpackers
Girl vs Globe
Hippie in Heels
I am Aileen
Just One Way Ticket
Pause the Moment
Tourist 2 Townie
Travel with Kat
Travels of Adam
Wild About Travel
A Life Full of Serendipity
Adventures with Dan
Around the World in 80 Jobs
As the Bird flies
Banker in the Sun
Bitten by the Travel Bug
Blogger at Large
Breathe Dream Go
Bren on the Road
Bucket List Journey
Crazy Sexy Fun Traveler
Dave’s Travel Corner
Dont’ Stop Living
Eff It, I’m on Holiday
Ferreting Out the Fun
Finding the Freedom
Girl Tweets World
Go See Write
Going Awesome Places
Heart My Backpack
Hole in the Donut (update)
Hop Scotch the Globe
I Dreamed of This
Jessie on a Journey
Keep Calm and Travel
Leave Your Daily Hell
Lost Boy Memoirs
Mags on the Move
My Travel Affairs
No Money Will Travel
One Step 4Ward
Planet and Go
PS I’m on My Way
Rome New York London World
See the World in My Eyes
Simon’s Jam Jar
Stop Having a Boring Life
The Broke Backpacker
The Candy Trail
The Hungry Partier
The Love Assembly
The Professional Hobo
The Shooting Star
The Travel Tart
The Wandering Orange
This American Girl
This Girl Loves
This Life in Trips
Travel around with me
Travel with Pedro
Twenty Something Travel
Where in the World Is Rita
Women on the Road
World of Wanderlust
Yes and Yes
A Chinese Nomad
A Globe Well Travelled
A Life Less Beige
A Little Adrift
A Passport Affair
A Thing for Words
A Traveler’s Library
A Totally Impractical Guide to Living in Schanghai
A Year Of Reading The World
Absolute Travel Addict
According to Zascha
Active Planet Travels
Adrian’s Travel Tales
Adventures of a Carry-On
Ah Trini Travelogue
An American Abroad
Around the World L
Aussie on the Road
Backpacker’s Guide to Earth
Barefoot Beach Blonde
Be My Travel Muse
Borders of Adventure
Buddy the Traveling Monkey
Camels and Chocolate
Candace Rose Rardon
Candice Does the World
Caroline in the City
Chris Travel Blog
Come Away with Me
Completely Gone Nomad
Curb Free With Corylee
Curious Cat Expat
D Travels Round
Discovering Your Truth
Emma’s Travel Tales
Find a Happy Place
Flights and Frustration
Flying Dutch Girl
From Shores to Skylines
Gallop around the globe
Getting Close To
Glamour Granny Travels
Go Travel Your Way
Happy frog travels
Heather on Her Travels
Helen in Wonderlust
I Live to Travel
Inside the Travel Lab
Jones Around the World
Jungles in Paris
Justin Was Here
Kirst Over the World
Lash World Tour
Laura the Explorer
Lights Camera Travel
Lines of Escape
Little Things Travel
Live Learn Venture
LL World Tour
Lose the Map
Lucy Smiles Away
Luggage And Lipstick
Man vs Clock
Midnight Blue Elephant
My Yatra Diary
Nerd’s Eye View
Nick’s Travel Bug
Not Without My Passport
On a Junket
One Girl: One World
One Penny Trip
Oneika the Traveller
Open Road Before Me
Packing My Suitcase
Pinay Travel Junkie
Quirky Travel Guy
Ramble and Wander
Real Man Travels
RTW in 30 Days
Savoir Faire Abroad
She dreams of travel
She loves to travel
Solo Trips and Tips
Stories of Conflict and Love
The Aussie Nomad
The Bohemian Blog
The Boho Chica
The Cosy Traveller
The Culture Map
The Fly Away American
The Happy Passport
The Longest Way Home
The Mochilera Diaries
The Modern Nomad
The Nomad Notes
The Pin The Map Project
The Road to Anywhere
The Russian Abroad
The Tech Gypsy
The Travel Chica
The Travelers Way
The Traveling Dutchman
The Traveling Scholar
The Travelling Editor
The Wandering Wanderluster
Third Eye Mom
This Battered Suitcase
This Is My Happiness
This World Rocks
Time Travel Turtle
To Europe and Beyond
Totally Sam’s World
Travel Experience Live
Travel on the Brain
Traveling with MJ
Traveller Soul 76
Travel Shop Girl
Two Feet, One World
Venga Vale Vamos
Vicky Flip Flop Travels
Voyager for Life
Ways of Wanderers
What A Trip
What an Amazing World
What’s Dave Doing
Where in the World
Where Is Tara
Woman on the road
50 Shades of Age
A Travellers Journey
A View to a Thrill
Andrea on Vacation
Art of Adventuring
Beats the Office
Bridge Keeping Traveller
Brooke vs the World
Chasing the Unexpected
Confessions of a Free Bird
Crazy in the Rain
Dream Explore Wonder
Dreams of Freedom
Drink Just Drink
Eat Sleep Breathe Travel
Eat Sleep Travel Repeat
Emily Meets World
Endlessly Changing Horizon
Engineer on the Road
Ever the Nomad
Explore du Jour
Five Feet Flat
Flight of the Travel Bee
Flora the Explorer
Gotta Keep Movin
Greg Goes Global
Gutter Pup Adventures
Health Conscious Travel
Hither & You
Holes in My Soles
I Put My Life on a Shelf
I’m Black and I Travel
Inside Other Places
Isabelle’s Travel Guide
Italy and son
Ivan About Town
J The Travel Authority
Jet Set Chick
Kyle The Vagabond
Live More Happy
Mackenzie on the Fly
Mad Travel Diaries
Made All the Difference
Mai Travel Site
Mallory on Travel
Man Versus World
Mc Cool Travel
Meander the World
Miss Adventure Travel
My Adventures Across the World
My Life Untethered
My Travel Stamps
My Trip This Year
Notes on Slow Travel
Null & Full
One Dusty Camel
Phil in the Blank
Places People Stories
Reclaiming My Future
Red Hunt Travel
Roads Less Traveled
Roam Far and Wide
Romancing the Planet
Rosalind Cummings Yeates
Sara Hardman Travels
Sara Sees the World
Sarah Sees the World
Small World Travels
So Many Places
Tales Told from the Road
Tao West Ventures
Taylor Hearts Travel
Tell Them I Said Something
That Time In
The Accidental Birder
The Barefoot Beat
The Black Backpacker
The Blond Travels
The Epic Adventurer
The Life Less Travelled
The Mellyboo Project
The Most Alive
The Nature Jotter
The Quirky Traveller
The Red Head Explorer
The Travel Camel
The World or Bust
The World Wanderer
The World is Waiting
There and Back Again Travel
Travel Junkie Julia
Travel Run Live
Travel With G
Travel with Mia
Travel with Mrs. T.
Traveling Vanilla Bean
Trips That Work
Twenty First Century Nomad
View From the Pier
Where Is Jenny
Where the Road Goes
Wide Sea No Anchor
Without a License
Woman Seeks World
Anywhere But Home
Backpack with Brock
Blondie Travel Blog
Boldly Go Solo
I Ran So Far Away
Inspired by Krissi
Joy Trip Project
Maiden Voyage Travel
Road Trips and Train Rides
Sand Dollar Adventures
The Orange Mango
The Travelling Fool
The Wanderlust Scout
Travel Destination Bucket List
Where the Hell Is Matt
Explore for a Year
Fluent in Frolicking
Go For It
Go Power Kick
Life’s Great Adventures
Mid Life Wanderlust 1965
Small World Pursuits
Solo Female Traveler
The 5K Challenge
The Compulsive Traveler
Travel Bug Juice
You’re Not From Around Here
Almost Fearless – Our Oyster – Where’s Sharon – Y Travel
Travel with Bender
Dotting the Map
Family Travel Times
Hither & Thither
Morgans Go Travelling
North of Something
Pitstops for Kids
Suitcases and Sippycups
The European Mama
The Family Without Borders
The World Is a Book
Adventure Mom Blog
Chaos and Travel
Cool kidz cool trips
Discover Share Inspire
Family Adventure Project
Hip Travel Mama
Jetlag and Mayhem
Kid Bucket List
Little family advnture
Mums Do Travel
No Back Home
Road Trips for Families
Six Suitcase Travel
Soul Travelers 3
The Adventure Ahead
The Fairytale Traveler
The Nomadic Family
The Talking Suitcase
The Working Moms Travels
Travel Savvy Mom
Two Kids and a Map
Walking on Travels
Abrams Family World Travel
Act of Traveling
All Over the Map
Ants in our pants
Arrows Sent Forth
Baskets Life Travel
Crazy Little Family Adventure
Down the Wrabbit Hole
Girl Meets Globe
Go Big or Go Home
Mother of All Trips
Mum and a Map
On the Go With Amy
R We There Yet Mom?
Somewhere or Bust
Strollering through Europe
This is my happiness
Travel With Kids Guide
Trips by Lance
From Here to Uncertainty
Six in the World
The Q Family Adventures
Be On The Road – Brendan’s Adventures – Everything Everywhere – Ken Kaminesky – Martin Bailey Photography – Stuck In Customs
Blame the Monkey
Finding the Universe
Aviators and a Camera
Canvas of Light
Dream Photo Tours
Eye & Pen
In a Far Away Land
Let’s Travel Somewhere
Life Part 2
Maddie on Things
Mr and Mrs Globe Trot
My Life’s A Trip
Smiling Faces Travel Photos
Travel Photo Discovery
Two 2 Travel
Where and Wander
Around the World in Eighty Years
Craig Ferguson Images
Postcards from Rachel
The Carey Adventures
Travel Photography Tips
Visions of the Wild
Aisle Seat Please
Daily Travel Photos
Double Takes Blog
Have You Packed the Camera
Michael’s World Through the Lens
Peter West Carey
Photo Enrichment Programs
Real Picture Blog
Sivan Askayo Blog
The Other Side
Eye 4 a Pic
Frozen Shutter Photography
Hung on the World
People of the World
Planet Earth Daily Photo
Road Less Graveled (by Tracy L. Barnett)
Travel in Pixels
Traveling with a Camera
Bacon is Magic
Our Awesome Planet
With Husband in Tow
CC Food Travel
Eat Your World
Heart of a Vagabond
Our Tasty Travels
The Food Pornographer
Will Fly for Food
A Taste of Travel
Around the World in KT Days
Bounding Over Our Steps
Boy Eats World
Cook Sip Go
Dish Our Town
Ever in Transit
Food and Photos RTW
For the Intolerants
Go Live Explore
Motormouth’s from Ipoh
North and South Nomads
Road Trips for Foodies
Taste of Slow
The Road Forks
The Trail of Crumbs
Tiny Urban Kitchen
Travel Drink Dine
Travel This Earth
Vegan Food Quest
Vegan in Brighton
Vegan Nom Noms
Vegan World Trekker
Very Hungry Nomads
Wine and Spirits Travel
World Wide Vegetarian
Hungry in Taipei
Powered by Tofu
Road Less Forked
The Dropout Diaries
The Gutsy Gourmet
Travel and Tofu
Travels 4 Yum
The Boozy Prune
The World in a Glass
Alastair Humphreys – Pedaling Nowhere – The Adventure Junkies
Gone With the Wynns
Hike Bike Travel
Monkeys and Mountains
The Big Outside
Turf to Surf
Brian’s Backpacking Blog
Cycling Dutch Girl
Cycling the Globe
Great Big Scary World
Hiking in Finland
My Five Acres
Stoked for Saturday
The Morning Fresh
Tiny House Giant Journey
Tom’s Bike Trip
Travel 4 Wildlife
Travel Experience Live
Van Dog Traveller
A Restless Transplant
A sign of life
Across and Abroad
Adventures With Ben
An Ocean Away
Bring the Kids
Chronic Climber Chick
Clark & Michelle Go Sailing
Danik the Explorer
Dave’s Travel Pages
Day Trips LA
Desk to Dirtbag
Enjoy Your Parks
Family on Bikes
Footsteps on the Mountain
Grand Cycle Tour
Hike. Eat. Camp. Repeat.
Hiking in The Smokys
Hiking the Trail
Hiking to the Heights
Just a Colorado Gal
Justin J. Wright
Kiwi Blog Bus
Mike Off the Map
My Life Outdoors
New Life On The Road
Out of Eden Walk
Simple Life on the Road
That Emily Chappell
The Adventure Blog
The Cycling Canadian
The Cynical Sailor & His Salty Sidekick
The Outdoor Adventure
The Road Chose Me
The Runners Trip
The World by Road
Val in Real Life
Wayne on the Road
We Are West America
World Adventure Divers
A Little Campy
A Nature Mom
Bicycling Street Smarts
Green Travel Antics
I Should Log Off
Modern Moto Diaries
Ms Traveling Pants
Red Hunt Travel
Riding the Dream
Style Hi Club
The Practical Nomad
The Two Captains
Things we did today
Tim Cope Journeys
Trains On The Brain
Bike and Boots
Get Lost on Purpose
Long Way Round
Sophie On Track
The Great Outdoors
The Peak Seeker
Ascension at Sea
In Ice Axe We Trust
New York Outdoors
Rock Climber Girl
The London Biker
Two Heel Drive
Ultimate Train Challenge
Young Snow Birds
Nomadic Matt – The Poor Traveler
Cheapest Destinations Blog
Five Dollar Traveller
What Boundaries Travel
Budget Travelers Sandbox
Frugal First Class Travel
Top Travel Tips
Backpacking on the Cheap
Budget Travel Tips
Chronicles of a Travel Addict
The Stupid Foreigner
World Tour by Hitchhiking
Anastasia and George
Golden Book Traveler
Hitch the World
Mind of a Hitchhiker
The Luxury columnist
Luxe Adventure Traveler
Spa Travel Gal
Live Share Travel
Mrs O Around The World
Once In A Lifetime Journey
Points And Travel
The World’s Greatest Vacations
Luxury Travel Digest
CheeseWeb – Drive on the Left – Just 5 More Minutes
California Through My Lens
Chasing the Donkey
Dream Euro Trip
Frank about Croatia
Go Visit Hawaii
Let’s Move To France
Tieland to Thailand
Travels In Translation
Adventures of a London Kiwi
An Englishman in the Balkans
Correr Es Mi Destino
De La Pura Vida
Diary of a Serial Expat
Expat Cape Town
Ironwulf En Route
Julie Dawn Fox In Portugal
Life Beyond Borders
Lost in Cheeseland
Mike’s Road Trip
My Singapore Diary
One Tiny Leap
Pack Your Passport
Rear View Mirror
Sage & Simple
Snow in Tromso
The Bohemian Diaries
The Pink Tarh
The Savvy Backpacker
The Travel Lush
2 Gringos in the Caribbean
A Taste for Travel
A Walk on the Run
A Wandering Mind
Albania or Bust
Along the Mekong
Anki On The Move
Asia Is For Lovers
At Home in Tuscany
Australia Rocky Travel
Bewildered In Morocco
Cheskie’s Gap Life
China Travel Go
Crazy Chinese Family
Da Social Climber
Discover Your Indonesia
Do In Dubai
Eat, Show And Tell
Emm in London
Europe Up Close
Family Freedom Project
Far West China
Find Me A Break
Follow Your Sunshine
Footsteps of a Wanderer
French Foodie in Dublin
Gail at Large
Ginger and Scotch
Girl in London
Go Borneo Travel
Good Food In Mexico City
Gypsy In The ME
Ian Edelman in Doha
In Nica Now
Japan It Up
Japan Travel Mate
Jeddah Daily Photo Journal
Let’s Go Kuala Lumpur
Life in Kuwait
Move To Cambodia
Ms. Adventures in Italy
My Journey Through India
My Sea Story
My Several Worlds
Never a Dull Day in Poland
Not Your Average American
Pearls And Passports
Prêt à Voyager
See Think Explore
Sleepless In KL
Sofia Na Australia
Susie of Arabia
Tails From The Lion City
Tales Of A Nomad
The Bike Wife
The Daily City
The Duncan Adventures
The European Mama
The Migrant Expats
The Travelling Feet
The World of Deej
To China And Beyond
Travel with Me
Tropical Travel Girl
Turkish Travel Blog
Two Hundred Degrees East
Vino Vita Viagi
A Muslim Traveller
A Nomad In The Land Of Nizwa
Adventures of the Seoul
Alison In Cambodia
All Things Riviera
American Black Chick in Europe
American Girls World
An Asian Traveler
Bolivia In My Eyes
Catching The Magic
Cayman Islands Blog
Dear England, Love Canada
Europe a la Carte
Europe Travel Destination Guide
Expat in the Philippines
Feisty Blue Gecko
Filipina In Flip Flops
Flavors of Bogota
Frog & Cheese
Good Morning Yesterday
Greeker than the Greeks
Here Is Havana
How To Say Tacos In Spanish
I Backpack Canada
Island Girl Traveller
Israel Travel Ideas
It’s An Expat Life For Us
Knee How Shanghai
La Tortuga Viajera
Living in Egypt
Living in Malaysia
Luxury Latin America Blog
Malaysia Food & Travel Blog
Markisapayne – My Saudi Arabia Blog
Monk Bought Lunch
My Spanish Adventure
Naija Expat Wife
Notes from Spain
Oh, The Places We Will Go
On Life in St.Petersburg
Our Man in Abiko
Piglet in Portugal
Planes, Trains & Autobahns
Rewired and Retired in Nicaragua
See Beautiful Places
Skeptic in Qatar
Someday I’ll Be There!
Story of My Life
The English Gaucho
The Fourth Continent
The Girl in Seat 5A
The Great Adventurer
The Nomads Land
The South AfriKhan
The Turkish Life
The Unexpected Traveller
Twisted Red Ladybug
A Date With Delhi
Adventure Travels SE Asia
All About Puebla
Amsterdam City Tours
And Away We Go
Awesome Solo Travels
Beach Holidays In Asia
Best Beaches In Asia
Best of Brussels
Cheap Weekend Breaks
Christopher’s Expat Adventure
Drinking Coffee Elsewhere: Mongolia
Everywhere But Home
Get On In Israel
Girl Solo in Arabia
How To Bogota
Indonesia on the Trail
K and K Adventures
Living In Asia
Living Life in Costa Rica
Lost in South America
Middle East Moments
Newbie Academic in a ‘Stan
Nicole is the New Black
Pottering Around Portugal
Smitten by Britain
Story Of Bing
Thailand Expat Photo Blog
The Desert Diva
Travel the Middle East
UK Travel Blog
Uncle Bulgaria’s Blog
A Student Abroad
An Adventure Abroad
Attack Of The Killer Korea
Becky In Burma
Blogging From Bolivia
Blondie in Brazil
Brightly Coloured Sunflowers
Britain 4 Travellers
Caribbean Girl in Cairo
Day To Day In China
Eileen Barish’s Monastery Lodging Blog
Every Museum in Madrid
Eye on Costa Rica
Foreign Salary Man
Ghana Guide And Blog
Girl in Czechland
Great Places in Bulgaria
I Moved To Africa
JG, Over the Sea
Kane & Narelle’s Iran Trip
Karie and Scott
Katherine and Bruno’s Adventures
Keen on Kyrgyzstan
Life And Travel in Philippines
Like The Vodka
Living in Lights
Midwesterner in Mexico
Mr. (and Mrs.) Luth Go to India
Mr. Smith Goes to Kathmandu
Mucha Costa Rica
Nomad 4 Ever
Our Dear Lady Expatriate
Our Spice Islands Adventure
Tara of Arabia
The Brooklyn Nomad
The Facetious Farang
The Fish Egg Tree
The French Way Blog
The Green Eyed Geisha
The Philippines Expat
Travel Advice Europe
Bravebird – Home Is Where Your Bag Is – Off the path – Planet Backpack – Sonne & Wolken – We travel the world – World meets girl
A daily travel mate
Erkunde die Welt
Fernweh mit Kids
Good morning world
Life is a trip
Rapunzel will raus
Shave the whales
Smart Family Travel
Talk around the world
Travel and Lipsticks
Travel Run Play
Trips 4 Lovers
An Irishman on Tour
Andrés Reise Blögle
Anita Arneitz Reiseblog
Ayca und Silvan on the Road
Backpacker’s Guide to the World
Be happy & travel
black dots white spots
City Sea Country
Claudi um die Welt
Die Traumteiler unterwegs
Fernweh … ist unheilbar!
Fernweh und so
Follow the shadow
Follow Your Trolley
Get On Board!
Good Morning Saigon
He who walks alone
Hunde Reisen Mehr
Jo Igele Reiseblog
Jumping the world
Kind am Tellerrand
Lichtemomente- Reise & Fotografie
Live Travel Enjoy
Methoden zur Fernwehbewältigung
Moose around the world
Out and indoor
OUT OF OFFICE
Ready for Departure
Reiseblog by Elischeba Wilde
Reisen in Europa, Amerika
Reisen und Essen
Shave the wales
Snippets of a Traveller
So viel zu sehen
Soschy on tour
Takly on tour
Tino on Tour
Train Journey Blog
Travelisto – Reisen mit Kindern
Travelling the world
Um die Welt Reise
Unterwegs & Daheim
Weltblicke | Jakob unterwegs
Wo der Pfeffer wächst
Zug nach irgendwo
A long sunnymoon
A World Kaleidoscope
Andy & Kate on tour
Bühnen der Welt
Bundeskater und Bundeskatze auf Reisen
Der Muger, ein Bergler auf Abwegen
Fam. Schütz auf Reisen
Find some beautiful places
Frau auf Reisen
Happy Travels – Pura Vida
Herr Lehmann goes around the world
Hin und Weg
Reise Video Blog
Reise- und Erlbenisblog
Rock around the world
Smutje Rosa auf Safari
Stories I tell
Sylvia on Tour
The world is our backyard
Time to kiwi
Time to wander
Today we travel
Travel And Work The World
Travel the world with us
Travelling on a shoestring
Travelling the world72
Unterwegs und daheim
Von einer Reise
Von Hamburg bis Hawaii
Von weit weg – Souvenirs von unterwegs
Was macht Oli
We love the north
World Wide Weg
Chill and Travel
Die Flugulus auf Reisen
Low Budget, Big Travels
Miles of visual souvenirs
My favourite places
My Trip around the world
Ocean Fun Scape
Pixie auf Reisen
Reise meines Lebens
Reiserouten für Individualisten
The living travel bug
Von Wegen und Abwegen
TOP 124 GOLD travel blogs
95 – 105 points
87 – 94 points
Nomadic Matt 101
The Planet D 101
Hecktic Travels 100
Alex in Wanderland 99
That Backpacker 98
The Blonde Abroad 98
Bridges and Balloons 97
Drive on the Left 97
Pedaling Nowhere 97
Uncornered Market 97
Where’s Sharon 97
Bravebird (GER) 96
Don’t Forget to Move 96
Everything Everywhere 96
Home Is Where Your Bag Is (GER) 96
Ken Kaminesky 96
Man on the Lam 96
Our Oyster 96
Sonne & Wolken (GER) 96
Stuck In Customs 96
We travel the world (GER) 96
Y Travel 96
Alastair Humphreys 95
Almost Fearless 95
Be On The Road 95
Brendan’s Adventures 95
Getting Stamped 95
Goats on the Road 95
Holy Smithereens 95
Just 5 More Minutes 95
Martin Bailey Photography 95
Off the path (GER) 95
Ordinary Traveler 95
Planet Backpack (GER) 95
The Adventure Junkies 95
The Poor Traveler 95
World meets girl (GER) 95
Finding the Universe 94
Young Adventuress 94
A Brit & A Southener 93
A Table for Two 93
I am Aileen 93
A Brit and Abroad 92
Adventurous Kate 92
Blame the Monkey 92
Dangerous Business 92
Gypsy Nester 92
Justin Plus Lauren 92
Latitude Thirty Four 92
Legal Nomads 92
Poplar Travels 92
Tieland to Thailand 92
Travel with Bender 92
Adventure in you 91
Adventures Around Asia 91
Bearfoot Theory 91
Different Doors 91
Divergent Travelers 91
Expert Vagabond 91
Go Visit Hawaii 91
Just One Way Ticket 91
Mytan Feet 91
Nomad Is Beautiful 91
Otts World 91
Pause the Moment 91
Travels of Adam 91
Vagrants of the World 91
Adventures of a Goodman 90
Chasing the Donkey 90
Faszination Südostasien (GER) 90
Hike Bike Travel 90
Love and road 90
Mapping Megan 90
Our Awesome Planet 90
Pink Compass 90
Smaracuja (GER) 90
The Global Couple 90
Tourist 2 Townie 90
Two Monkeys Travel 90
Bacon is Magic 89
Bald Hiker 89
Biketour Global (GER) 89
Dream Euro Trip 89
Have Baby Will Travel 89
Individualicious (GER) 89
Meerblog (GER) 89
Nerd Nomads 89
Peanuts Or Pretzels 89
The Big Outside 89
Travel with Kat 89
Traveling Ted 89
Wild About Travel 89
22places (GER) 88
Backroad Planet 88
California Through My Lens 88
David Duchemin 88
Frank about Croatia 88
Gone With the Wynns 88
Just Travelous 88
Let’s Move To France 88
Luxe Travel Family 88
MJ Sailing 88
Modern Hippie (GER) 88
Monkeys and Mountains 88
Neverending Voyage 88
Runaway Brit 88
The Travel Manuel 88
Traveling Canucks 88
Travels In Translation 88
Turf to Surf 88
Vegan Mniam 88
Weltenbummler Mag (GER) 88
With Husband in Tow 88
Adventurous Miriam 87
Bunch of Backpackers 87
Girl vs Globe 87
Hippie in Heels 87
The Luxury columnist 87
I know this looks like I am totally crazy and that I have too much time, but there are two reasonable reasons why I made this list:
1. There are so many awesome blogs out there but only few poeple recognize them because it needs such a long time to get your blog noticed. I wanted to give new blogs a better chance of being seen as well. You should check out a few travel blogs you have never heard of before; most of them are really amazing!
2. If you want to become a professional travel blogger, you start to realize that other travel bloggers in your niche are not just friends but also “competitors”. A competition check is very very helpful to understand why the top travel blogs are on top and others will probably never reach this level. This list gives everybody an opportunity to compare his or her blog with others of the same niche. I know, I know. Many professional travel bloggers say you should never look at other blogs and just concentrate on your own work. But we are all curious, right? And I can just repeat myself. Checking out other travel blogs will help you to improve yours!
WHO IS IN THE LIST?
For me a travel blog definitively needs personality; a writer readers can identify with. And of course its main focus should be on travel relevant topics. The language of the blog must be English or German. As we are a trio from Germany I also analyzed some travel blogs from our home country.
WHO IS NOT IN THE LIST?
No commercial websites, community sites, magazines or forums. So, in comparison to some other great travel blog lists e.g. Top 2300 you won’t find hostelworld.com, workaway.info or travelandleisure.com etc. in this list. (Sorry, even if they have a blog, it is not what I call a personal travel blog).
I also had to kick out every travel blog that has MORE than 3 authors who post on the blog ON A REGULAR BASIS. That’s why a lot of excellent travel blogs are missing in this list. It’s a shame, I know, but it just wouldn’t be fair to compare them with a “normal” personal travel blog as they have much more man power.
HOW DID WE COMPARE THE BLOGS?
As mentioned before, this is an absolute subjective list. If you want to compare travel bloggers by their success, there is just one way to do it: You need to compare the blog’s number of unique visitors or page views. There is only one list I know of which compares exactly these figures. You find it on the blog of The Expeditioner: Top 50.
Every other rating system which compares the numbers of facebook fans, twitter followers or even the Alexa rank, is just bullshit and not reliable.
We analyzed every travel blog in 7 different categories. You could reach a mixumum number of points for each category:
Design (max 15 points)
The first impression is very important. We looked for a trendsetting design which fits the travel blog’s niche. Also if there is some kind of Corporate Identity e.g. the logo, the colors etc. But also if pop-ups (which were most of the time really annoying), e-books etc. are integrated well in the blog’s layout.
Content (max 20 points)
Most important for a good travel blog is, of course, the content. We checked the quality AND quantitiy of pages AND posts. I read at least one featured and one recent post of every travel blog.
Usability / Speed / Visibility (max 15 points)
Readers want to find the information they are looking for in no time. We checked for example the blog’s menu, but also how fast the pages and posts load, and how the blog is displayed on mobile devices and on a different browsers e.g. safari, firefox or mozilla.
Photos / Videos (max 15 points)
Travel blogs should inspire with great stories AND some great pictures/videos. You can, of course, reach the max points without having both, pictures and videos. IMPORTANT: For a photo blog or a vlog the pictures/videos have another evaluation.
Activity (max 20 points)
This is so important for a good blog and I am sure every blogger agrees. A great travel blog needs to publish a new post 2-4 times a week.
Social Media Activity (max 10 points)
Social Media is getting more and more important. 5 posts, shares, tweets or pins per day are the minimum and a MUST nowadays.
Creativity (max 5 points)
While comparing the travel blogs we realized that they very often look the same and write about the same topics. This is absolutely fine! Nobody compares as many travel blogs as we did :). But some travel blogs really surprised us with great ideas and therefore we added this category.
The final rating
If you sum up all the max points, you should get exactly 100 points. All you have to do is to divide the total points by 20 and you’ll get your final result. Some examples:
81 points : 20 = 4,05 Final stars = 4
74 points : 20 = 3,7 Final stars = 3,5
64 points : 20 = 3,2 Final stars = 3
We are rounding up at ,3 / ,4 / ,8 / ,9 and rounding down at ,1 / ,2 / ,6 / ,7
IMPORTANT: Some travel blogs are so great in a certain category that from time to time we gave some EXTRA 5 points. It is not mandatory, but some blogs really blowed us away with their awesome stories or incredible photos etc.
Let me show you an example of how our system works. This is our actual list and the travel blog we are analyzing is our own, BoB around the world. The enumeration is alphabetical.
+The blog’s concept with golf ball BoB is visible everywhere.
+Modern theme with a fullwidth layout which is “up to date”.
– The kind of childish design doesn’t please everyone.
+The last 40 posts are very informative and helpful,
– but not the first ones when we starteed blogging.
– We are no native English speakers which is quiet obvious and therefore our stories are just okay.
+ Sticky menu
+ Good mobile site
+ Looks good on almost every screen resolution and browser
– Speed is okay but not the best; just shared server, no CDN, homepage too large etc.
+/- Good photos, okay videos but none is really super awesome
+ Activity was better in the last 3 months but
– in total we only postet about 90 posts in 2 years. Not enough.
+ Post on facebook, twitter, instagram und google+
– but just 6-10 times a day (in total)
+ Unique with BoB
+ How BoB is integrated everywhere in the blog
+ For creativity
If you have more questions about our rating system, please feel free to leave a comment.
I AM NOT IN THE LIST. WHAT CAN I DO?
I still have over 300 travel blogs on my to-do-list and you are probably one of them. Please leave me a comment and I will put your blog in the list asap.
MY RATING IS TOO LOW. YOU MADE A MISTAKE!
This can, of course, happen. I am just a human, not a machine :). Also some of you updated their blog in the last couple of weeks. (Nomadic Matt for example needed the latest design update of his travel blog to get 5 stars). The difference between for example 3,5 and 4, or 4 and 4,5 stars is very often just one or two points, so yes, it is definitely possible that you deserve a better award.
I would like to kindly ask you to double check your rating with our points system: How often do you post? What about the design? Do you have decent content in your posts or just many pictures? How fast does your blog load? How does it look on mobile devices? etc. etc. If you still think my rating is too low, please leave me a message and I am more than happy to check your blog again.
HOW LONG DID IT TAKE TO MAKE THE LIST AND WILL YOU MAKE ONE FOR 2016?
It took me more than 3 months to set up this list. I worked on it almost every day for 2-3 hours. (And also BoB and Liane helped me a lot!) I wish I could do such a list again in 2016 but I don’t know if I can handle it again. There are just too many travel bogs out there and I just saw the tip of the iceberg. It was really time-consuming; however, I learned so much about travel blogging with this competition check. So, my clear answer to this question is….maybe 🙂
I WANT TO BE BETTER!
If you agree (more or less) with our ranking of your travel blog and you want to improve it, you have several options. You can go to my “How to become a professional travel blogger” posts which are good for beginners and absolutely free. If you want to push your blog to the next level and you have some coins left, you can find many books, webinars, and blogging courses on the internet. Here are the best all-in-one packages:
Travel blog success
Blog Camp (GER)
I really hope I did not offend anyone out there with my list. It is my/our honest opinion and a 3-star blog is already awesome for family and friends but has so much more potential. As we only know just one travel blogger in person you can be sure that we never gave any travel blogger some kind of a “buddy bonus”.
If you don’t want to see your travel blog here in this list, please let me know (you can also write me an email) and I will delete it right away. However, you should really take the chance and compare your blog with others if you want to have a better blog and more success in your travel blogging career.
By the way: We will not show our detailed list to anyone and I am sorry, but we won’t send you the detailed analysis of your blog. We are working on a concept for an even more detailed analysis including helpful suggestions about how to pimp your blog. The new analysis will probably be available later this year for a reasonable price. Sign up for our newsletter so you won’t miss it.
As always, I am more than happy to answer your questions and I hope you will share this list. Like us on facebook, twitter and youtube and leave me a comment for the following 3 questions:
a) Does this list make any sense at all?
b) Do you have any ideas how we can improve it?
c) Do you want another list in 2016?
Thank you so much for reading, keep on posting and safe travels!
PS: Feel free to copy your blog award from our page and paste it into your sidebar etc. You don’t have to link it back but we would highly appreciat it :).
great website. We also would love to be on your list.
Check our Blog: http://www.geschichtenvonunterwegs.de
Thanks and hear from you.
Marion and Daniel
Wow!! Thanks for including us on this awesome list BoB! It’s an honor to be part of this amazing list of bloggers. Thanks again.
coole Idee! Sind wir nicht dabei? 🙂
Grüsse aus München
Would love to be considered for this awesome list. Not too many travel blogs about Myanmar around 🙂
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just wanna thank you guys for considering Gone Walkabout in your list. What a great job you did, browsing all those wonderful travelblogs. In fact it makes me a bit proud being a part of it.
Best regards from beautiful black forest,
This is amazing! I’m not sure if you are continuously updating the list, but we’d love to be considered for the next round you do. Can’t wait to check out all the other people here. http://localadventurer.com/ Thanks 🙂
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Hi Bob. We’d love it if you could check us out and feature! http://www.wayfaringseels.com
was für eine Linksammlung! Und was für eine To-Do-Liste.
Trotzdem möchte ich dir gern meinen Blog vorschlagen: http://www.berlinfreckles.de
Wow. Great list you put together. Can’t believe you did all this! I’m a new blogger so looking forward to connecting more to these bloggers.
Sorry– replying back to properly leave the right email/site.
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Thank you Bob for that great list! I hope it’ll help me with my business.
You have a good list of travel sites.
I would like you to consider our travel website: http://www.travel-notes.org/
Bob around the world, Thanks for the gold! Diverge with us and join the adventure and maybe our paths will connect in your travels!
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Hi Bob, What a job you’ve taken on. I have a travel blog called Budget Travel Talk and co-host Budget Travelers Sandbox’s Travel Photo Thursday with Nancie. I’d love to be included on your list. 🙂
it is an amazing “Piece of Art”.
Amazing because I cannot find my blog http://www.PetersTravel.de on any of those lists 🙂 And after all I am doing quite well…
Best regards, Peter
Hope to see you at the ITB
Pretty much the A list of travel bloggers.
You are a mad man! Haha high five for all this hard work!
Hope to make the cut one day with my new blog focusing on unique and authentic destinations and accommodations.
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That is an impressive work! Congratulations.
Maybe you want to have a quick check at my blog: http://www.GrandEscapades.net.
It’s a bout Photography & Flashpacking in Africa, Asia & South America
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But miss us under the german trabelblogs 😉
Have a great Day and kind regards from Bali,
What an awesome resource is this! I know some of these blogs but many I haven’t heard of before and after checking several it takes all my self-control not to book a ticket to an awesome destination right this second:-) If possible, I would love to be considered for next years list!
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Hello! Thank you for creating a list of top blogs that isn’t strictly based on SEO and rankings. There is so much great content out there that just hasn’t gotten enough exposure. I was hoping you could take a quick peak at my blog to see if the content is worthy of making it on one of your lists! Thanks, Erika
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So many great blogs and so little time to look at them – but somehow I will try and find the time. My am happy to admit, my little travel blog is neglected and I do not follow many of the social media rules you recommend but am hoping one day to get the opportunity to do this. It is heartening to read so many positive comments as well as finding someone like yourself who is happy to put the time and effort into such a project. I look forward to making me way through some of these blogs and getting to know some more Travel Bloggers out there.
I will endeavour to make more of an effort and post at least once a week!
Good on you Lars. Keep up the good work.
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Nice collection of blogs, but I was hoping I could read a little bit about every of the 100 blogs.
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I’ve spent quite some time checking out blogs on this list. Would you consider adding mine? I’m new to this but I hope that what I’ve created so far is up to snuff!
Hallo ihr drei,
der liebe Florian hat mich auf euer Ranking aufmerksam gemacht – und leider, leider (ts, ts…) finde ich unseren Blog nicht in den Listen. Würde mich daher sehr freuen, wenn ihr uns Weltwunderer noch in die heiligen Ränge aufnehmen könntet!
LG und tausend Dank für die Heidenarbeit!
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What a fabulous round up of blogs! I’d be honoured if you’d consider me for inclusion next year
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Hey, I just found your awesome List and wanted to ask if I can become a part of it? That would be great!
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It’s a great list, clearly shows that you’ve done a lot of work! Especially I like your grading math, overall it gives a very objective overview.
I am one of the developers of a travel blog called http://www.travel-monkey.com, and I would like to ask you to include the blog to the list of top 100 travel blogs 2016.
“Travel Monkey” blog gives many useful tips and covers plenty of destinations. What is important is that the writer provides only honest feedback for things, no matter if they were sponsored.
I would appreciate your consideration to include the blog http://www.travel-monkey.com to the list of “Top 100 travel blogs 2016”.
Looking forward for your reply.
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Hi Liane! Hallo Lars!
Irgendwie bin ich gerade rein zufällig hier gelandet und habe mich in eurem Blog verloren. Eigentlich mag ich keine englischsprachigen Blogs, ich lese lieber deutsch. Bei den vielen lustigen Bilder liest es sich aber sehr entspannt 🙂
Nun bin ich bei dieser Liste angelangt und bin erstaunt, wie viele Reiseblogs es doch gibt. Und es stehen nicht mal alle drin.
Meiner zum Beispiel nicht. Den schlage ich an dieser Stelle für die Kategorie German vor. Link habe ich oben hinterlassen 🙂
So, jetzt stöbere ich aber mal weiter herum…
Hallo ihr drei,
da habt ihr ja richtig Aufwand reingesteckt! Glückwunsch zu dieser umfangreichen Liste. Stark, dass ihr so viel Zeit darein gesteckt habt!
Natürlich würde ich mich freuen, wenn ihr auch mal bei uns vorbei schaut: http://my-road.de
Sonnige Grüße aus Thailand,
P.S.: Eine Liste für 2016 wäre schon cool 😉
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I would LOVE to be considered for one of your lists. I have pretty good SEMrush rankings and my blog traffic is growing month on month (currently around 45,000 pageviews a month). I’m not sure if it’s enough to be on one of your lists, but here’s hoping!
it’s a big list-but really useful:) especially for the beginners (like me) – it’s a source to see where and how others travels, what it’s in their mind:) I like to find new blogs that could follow:) maybe one day (really not in the early future, like this my blog on the progress) I will find my blog name here as well 😀
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Traffic on my blog led me here and.. Wow! I’m humbled that I found my little newbie blog on your list, Silver on Outdoor category. Loads of thanks! I can’t imagine the amount of work you’ve put into this project. I am awed. Cheers!
Wow! I’m delighted to have discovered my little blog amongst your silver award winners! It’s made my day to be amongst so many great family adventure bloggers. Thank you!
Leah | Kid Bucket List recently posted…Surf Ryder : Learning to Surf the Easy Way
A job well done – I am sure you had to work loads for this (and the work continues now with replying to all comments).
Happy to be on the list.
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Thanks for including us! I’m excited to click through to some new sites! Silver medal, baby!
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Very nice list of travel blogs. I hope to find enough time to read some of the unknown. And here is my own. http://amazingtemples.com 🙂
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Hi, sorry if this is a repeat message, I tried to post a few hours ago and now can’t remember if I was waiting for moderation or if the comment didn’t go through. I wanted to thank you for including my photography site in your list. I found out about the link just recently when I did a massive overhaul, adding categories and making the design responsive. Would love for you to take another look at my site, in case there’s a chance to move up in your rankings! As the July 2015 version was originally made back in 2011 with very few updates since.
Really appreciate all the work you did to put this massive list together!
Thanks for putting me in the Photography list! What a huge job to go through so many blogs, and I’m sure everyone appreciates it. I just noticed my listing now, after doing a massive overhaul of my portfolio site. Would love if you took a look at the re-design, if there’s any chance for moving up in the rankings. There are updated categories (“South Asia” is still incomplete, but I’ve expanded Asia in general and Myanmar specifically after living in the region several years), and it’s now responsive for mobile as well. Hopefully by next year I’ll have my travel blog revised as well to be in the running for that!
I’ve just spotted myself on this list – so firstly, thank you! What a HUGE project you’ve given yourself but it’s really interesting to see the results and gives me lots of others to check out, as well as some food for thought on where I could improve. Not that I’m not hugely pleased with bronze.
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We ( http://www.aluxurytravelblog.com ) were rated one of the world’s best travel blogs by The Daily Telegraph and “best for luxury”. We’re also consistently listed among the top 10 worldwide on all the other lists out there (The Expeditoner’s top 50, Nomadic Samuel’s list, Travelocafe’s most influential and various others), and ranked #1 out of Cision’s top luxury travel blogs, but I can’t find us anywhere on your list… any chance of inclusion? Thanks….
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I know your blog (who doesn’t? 🙂 ), but you are not in the list. The reason is the many writers and guest bloggers on your blog. I tried to explain it here: ‘WHO IS NOT IN THE LIST?’
Wow, you have done some great work with these! I think it’s great that you have criteria based on activity and creativity, rather than SEO, which anyone can pay for.
I am getting a backlink to this page, but I can’t find my blog – has it been featured?
Thanks and happy travels,
check out the solo tab. You have a bronze medal.
Congratulations, Lars! This is a very comprehensive list of blogs. The categories are a good way of analyzing and ranking a blog. Cheers!
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Wow, what a great job you do–so many fabulous Blogs. My blog is focussed on travelling to LA and the many trips you can do from LA. It’s a one-stop shop. And it also exposes life in the surreal world that is Hollywood, Beverly Hills and LA. Hope you get a chance to check it out. Cheers, Gwen
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Hi Bob: Wonderful list, and kudos for the hard work you guys have done to come up with this. I did read that you have 300 more blogs to go through.. may I add another one for you to look into: desi Traveler from Incredible India 🙂 Thanks
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Hi BoB and Friends,
We recently have started our travel blog – “Life Time Musafir” (http://www.lifetimemusafir.com) meaning – a Traveler for the life time and currently in the process of adding and posting our more experiences there. Till mow have posted 4 amazing trips abot Ladakh and Chopta.
Please share your some time with my blog and have a look on my travel blog – http://www.lifetimemusafir.com
or, just write to Me at
Dear BoB, Liane and Lars,
Wow! We are simply stunned by the amount of workload you have done to put this comprehensive overview together! Amaaaazing! Thanks a lot for this interesting and broad industry benchmark analysis and of course 🙂 — for including US! We feel very honoured and proud to have made it into your list and the Bronze award already means a lot to us! Thanks again!
All the best, happy travels & enjoy the rest of your stay in Bangkok,
Uli & Sabine – alias US
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Thank you so much for this amazing list. 🙂
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Hey, Bob! Thanks for this list of the travel blogs, it is very helpful! I have lots to read now :))
Btw I looooove design of your blog, it’s so cool!
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Wow! You are crazy!! (In a very positive way.) I just found your blog today and am totally amazed by Bob. Great idea! I’m a German travel blogger, too. Maybe you’d like to have a look at http://www.ferntastisch.de, too. 😉
Keep up the good work!
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Hi Lars (and Bob, I assume!) – This seems like a ton of work, but thanks for undertaking this. It seems like a great objective view we, as bloggers, could use to keep us honest, and keep us busy. As many of us are “working bloggers” – meaning the blog is our part-time job, it seems that posting two or more times per week may be a challenge, though a great goal. I do see a lot of my favorite blogs in the list, but also quite a few new ones to go explore! Plus, of course, I’m hoping you can add travellatte.net to the list. Again, thanks for the hard work – I hope you’ll keep it going!
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Hi Lars – Wow! That is a lot of work. Look forward to reading more travel blogs that you listed.
Could you add me to the list – http://www.blueskytraveler.com – Thanks!
Hi Bob, I’d like for Malaysia Asia to be listed in your listing.
This is my url – http://blog.malaysia-asia.my/
thanks very much for your evaluation and the tremendous amount of work you have invested!
Would you be kind enough to also add my blog http://algarve-entdecker.com/?
Thanks a lot!
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This is a wonderful collection of blogs. I have found so many new ones to read, so thank you for taking the time to create this resource!
Together with my husband, Matt, we created Great Big Globe: http://www.greatbigglobe.com/ – we’re focused on showing others how to get out of their travel rut and explore somewhere new each vacation. We’re just about to head out on phase two of our around the world trip. We would love to be considered for this list or future lists.
Though I understand there is a lot of work that goes into a resource like this, I would love to see another in 2016. The industry changes so fast, it would be great to have another list to discover and connect with new blogs.
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was für eine umfangreiche Liste! Und danke für die Aufnahme von Miss Porridge auch wenn zwischenzeitlich nur noch aktiv auf lunchforone.de gebloggt wird – vielleicht könntest du bei gelegenheit dir den abschauen ob er zur liste passt? Food & Travel als thema!
Excellent work! This provides a great way to look for and find sites. Thanks also for the four stars in photography category, it’s much appreciated. Cheers!
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Hi Lars you have created an amazing list of travel blogs! We started our travel almost 500 days ago and have enjoyed traveling full time immensely. Before we started we found many of the blogs on your list very inspiring. We would love it if you could take a look at our blog and if you deem it worthy add it to your list! You can find us at http://expatexperiment.com/
Rob and Tracey
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Feel free to add my Travelblog Joy Della Vita>/a> on the List 🙂
Thank you for your nice work to rate so many Blogs.
I think your list is amazing! Not only by the reasons you stated, but also as a source of inspiration. We started our RTW trip 2 months ago and every time we arrive some place we always check some blogs to see what we can do. This list makes it easier 🙂 We are also keeping our own blog, so would be great if you could include it in this list! Here you have the address: http://julesvernex2.wordpress.com.
I’m super impressed by all the work you put into preparing this list. Thanks for including us and making me aware of many interesting blogs I didn’t know of before.
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Love your list—many have inspired me! Would you please consider my blog: http://roaminghistorian.com/ Holding a Ph.D. in history, I hope to add value to travelers by providing my take on cultural travel. My blog allows me to share my passion for history with the world and, hopefully, inspire people to tour our globe’s past through travel to cultural sites. I would love your help sharing my voice.
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We are honoured that you included us on the list, thanks a lot! 3 stars are not bad! Hopefully we can improve and reach 4 stars next year!
Kasia and Marek
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Great list and a fabulous job! Now, I will need the whole next week in order to check them all!
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Dear Bob around the world team,
you did great job putting all travel blogs on one list. We would very much appreciate if you could also consider our blog:
My Luxurious Vacations Blog ( http://myluxuriousvacationsblog.com/).
Thanks so much.
Thanks so much for including us on your list – I like that you’ve gone with the subjective approached and focused on elements like design and storytelling. It’s also nice to be made aware of so many German blogs out there, as the American blogs (and to a far lesser extent, UK and Australian blogs) tend to dominate most lists. Thanks again!
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Great list of blogs, thanks for including me Bob! Greetings from Sahara Desert, south Morocco.
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Thank you so much for including us in the food category!
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Wow what a list, very impressive & it must have taken a serious amount of work!
I would love if you would consider our blog – The Aussie Flashpacker for the couples section!
Thanks again 🙂
Simone & Dan
Simone & Dan recently posted…Tips for Aussies moving to the UK: Part 1 – Deciding to move!
Hi, thank you so much for creating a standard to measure travel blogs! I would greatly appreciate it if you’d take a look at mine as well!
Rachel Heller recently posted…On Lamma Island, a Meditative Walk
Wow! Such an honor to be rated within the top blogs on your list! Very appreciative for all the hard work that you conducted in researching and analyzing all of these blogs. I bet it was a great learning opportunity as well to go through so many incredible travel blogs. And also a really great resource to use for connecting and collaborating with other amazing blogs in the future! Thanks!
Jules recently posted…Top 30 Reasons to Backpack the World
This is a wonderful resource. How impressive! I’d love to be included for Luxe Recess. It’s an issue of semantics of the minute differences between blogs and magazines sometime, but I am what you would classify as a blog based on most of your other choices.
vey thorough list! Sorry FamiliesGo! didn’t make your cut. I really believe we are a valuable resource for families who want to plan great vacations that will please everyone. Maybe too many guest bloggers for your criteria…
eileen g recently posted…6 Essential Feeding Items for Traveling With Little Kids
Great list! I’d love to be included. I’ve got a luxury and family travel blog and podcast at http://www.justgoplacesblog.com if you have time to check it out!
Shobha recently posted…The Inside Scoop on Visiting Abu Dhabi With Kids
Hey, what about Don’t forget to Move?? It’s a great budget travel blog by two people who met while traveling solo and continued on as a couple. Great stuff, check it out for next time!
Wow that’s an amazing list. Thank you for sharing. Found some new blogs to follow 🙂
I’d highly appreciate if you’d consider my blog http://www.universal-traveller.com
I can’t believe it, I am still so much over the moon over this, it’s crazy. I am so happy and honoured to be listed and that in silver, too! I just started a year ago and am so happy for my blog and my work to get acknowledged. I hope I can continue at this rate and keep inspiring people to travel more and for less money. 🙂
How interesting! This makes a great list for research. I’d love you to add me to your ‘to do’ list for reviewing.
Natalie, The Educational Tourist
What an honour, we are privileged to make silver on this list of outstanding bloggers. What a mammoth task to compile and calculate this list.
Lyn – A Hole in my Shoe recently posted…Romantic travel tips
Wow — this list must have taken a lot of time to compile! Thank you for including us and for this great resource!
Happy travels 🙂
Natasha recently posted…7 Reasons to Teach English in a Foreign Country
zuerst einmal vielen Dank für diese mal wirklich durchdachte und brauchbare Liste (Deutscher) Reiseblogs.
Auch die Rating-Metrik ist in meinen Augen sehr gut gewählt.
Mögt ihr unseren Reiseblog für Luxus- und Lifestylereisen http://worldtravlr.net mit in die Liste aufnehmen ?
Das Blog besteht nun seit 2012 und wir versuchen vorrangig mit schönen Fotografien und einer gut lesbaren, emotionalen Story drumherum die Destinationen zu zu zeigen, dass unser Erlebnis für den Leser greifbar wird.
Zudem schreiben wir zwischendurch immer mal wieder etwas über hilfreiche technische travel-gadgets.
Viel Spaß beim Lesen/Schauen.
Mit besten Grüßen aus Hannover.
Great list you have there, and it calls for tremendous amount of hardwork!
Would you like to consider A Borrowed Backpack? Here is the link for my blog: http://aborrowedbackpack.com/
Divya recently posted…Auroville: A Sustainable Serendipity
Wahnsinn, wie viele Reiseblogs es mittlerweile gibt und es werden immer mehr!
Meinen großen Respekt, wie viel Zeit und Grips ihr dafür reingesteckt habt, eine objektive und nachvollziehbare Bewertung für so viele Blogs durchzuführen, klasse!
Christian recently posted…Unsere schönsten Bilder der Seychellen
Wow! My first travel blog award! Thanks very much, Lars. It must have been extremely difficult and labour intensive to trawl through so many blogs. Thanks for taking so much time with this. I’ll be back to this page often to check some of these sites out. Peace!
Hugh Hamilton recently posted…New Zealand: 10 Things I Hate About You
What an awesome list and ranking. Thanks so much for doing this rating! It is certainly helping other bloggers and also for learning and sharing. I don’t think my blog in your list as I am based in the Netherlands. Nevertheless it’s great to find your blog and this opportunity. I hope I will be in your list someday 🙂 cheers!
Indah Susanti recently posted…Inspirational (Travel) Quote
Thanks for the mention – this must have taken a huge amount of time and effort on your part, so it’s much appreciated. Feel like I do deserve at least a bronze, but will try to aim higher for your 2016 list anyway 😀
Thank you so much for the wonderful award, Lars 🙂 It must have taken you forever to get this extensive list done and I appreciate every effort you’ve put into it.
I love being in the company of these amazing travel bloggers and am truly honoured. Cheers 🙂
Kavitha recently posted…Confessions Of A Lazy Blogger
Was für eine tolle Liste! Da wurde der Feed-Reader gerade um einige bereichert!
Falls es eine aktualisierung der dt. Liste gibt, würde ich mich freuen wenn du dir den kulinarischen Reiseblog http://www.lunchforone.de anschaust ob er dazu passt.
What a fantastic list. It must have taken forever to compile and its going to take me forever to work through many of these bloggers.
I write (sorry solo) but also as a slightly more mature (52 year old) budget traveller. I find it incredibly difficult to keep up with everything that I need to do to grow my blog and with being permanently on the road.
Do you have any tips to help with this problem?
I write as scarletjonestravels and any advice about how to continuously travel and work gratefully appreciated
Jane Clements recently posted…Does Travel Change You? (part 2)
Hey guys, what a great post and so much work put into this! I have really been inspired by your dedication to working online and tackling that life style. Thank you for including us on this list and all the great content you put on your site. Best, Tiff
Tiffany recently posted…My Favorite Travel Gear
Thanks for your hard work in putting this list together. We are honored to be part of this list amidst other awesome bloggers. Very encouraging and inspiring too. Thanks guys!
Anu (Country Hopping Couple) recently posted…Exploring London with #LondonPass – The Ultimate Guide
So many travel blogs out there!
You can include mine as well – three friends going to the furthest inhabited place from their homes – http://hmroads.com
Ivars recently posted…Cycling in Iran
How fun. I always love finding our site on a Top anything list! Thanks for the inclusion and stop reading now… go pop over to Wagoners Abroad for some good family travel with a heavy focus on Spain and Southeast Asia.
Heidi Wagoner recently posted…56 Nights Of Accommodation In Malaysia & 2 Nights in Singapore
What an honor it is to be in the silver category! Thank you so much.
This is quite an impressive list of fellow travel bloggers and it is a reference page now 🙂
I am sure you spent a lot of time researching and putting everything together and it was well worth it!
I wish you the very best in all your endeavors and congrats to all my fellow bloggers.
Karla recently posted…Salsa Cruising in Toronto with Mariposa Cruises
While I don’t make a big thing of traveling solo I am in fact, a solo traveler. Or sola in Italian, my favorite language. ; – )
Thanks for including me. Very nice to make the silver list. I need to post more!
Hey Lars, thank you so so much for including me on this awesome list BoB! What an honor!
Thanks and best regards from Germany
Wow a lot of work must have gone into this – hats off to you! This is a seriously impressive list! There are some truly incredible bloggers out there…. many of those on your list are why we started blogging in the first place – inspirations! 🙂 We’d love to see where we fall and if you deem us worthy… it’s fairly early days still but we’ve loved every second of starting a travel blog so far. Big thanks in advance! Gabby
Gabby @ theglobewanderers.com recently posted…The Biggest Challenge You’ll Face When You Travel
This is awesome, such a great list. And what a job you’ve had putting this list together. Well done!
Monica @WeTravelTogether recently posted…Ekeberg Park
This is an awesome list! Thanks so much for taking the time to put this together — so many amazing bloggers to follow! We are hopeful that you might check us out too. Would love to know where we land!
Holly recently posted…The Best of Banff
I am honored to be included in the solo category for the silver. This is such an impressive list and I can imagine all the work you put into it.
Kim recently posted…Misfit Shine – Product Review
Thanks so much for your hard work creating this list. We feel honoured to be in the Top 100 (#91) among other big names. 🙂 Great job. Thanks a lot!
Gianni recently posted…Four Natural Elements of the Lleida Pyrenees in Spain
Hey Thanks Bob!!
Isaac recently posted…Home
Thanks Bob for sharing this least. Im gonna keep active
Kuria recently posted…Home
Amazing list. Visiting the sites mentioned here now. 🙂
PS. I hope you can check mine out, too, and see if it’s worth being in this list. 🙂
Mary recently posted…As Told By Bloggers: PH Destinations You Should Visit In Your Lifetime
Thanks a million bobaroundtheworld for including my humble site on this grand list of travel bloggers. I can only imagine the effort you put into coming up this long list. Must be exhausting for you guys. I commend you for your efforts and you inspired me to do even better on my blogging. Cheers to wanderlust and happy travels! xx <3 <3 <3
Danke für die Liste. Da steckt eine Menge Arbeit für Euch dahinter. Werde eine Menge stöbern können und habe auch noch unter der Rubrik German neue Blogs entdeckt.
Würde mich freuen, wenn Ihr meinen Blog “Vielweib on Tour” (www.vielweib.de) bei Eurem nächsten Checkup auch einmal anschauen könntet.
Liebe Grüße, Tanja
vielweib recently posted…Mit 285 PS auf einen Roadtrip durch das idyllische Vernier-Moor
Geez, what a lot of work this must have been! Thanks for the inclusion. Although I don’t write about family travel exclusively, I usually travel with my two kids, so the Family category would probably be a better fit for my blog, This Is My Happiness. Thanks again!
Jenna recently posted…30 Things to Do in Lake Tahoe
Hi Jenna, thanks for your Feedback. I switched your blog to the family category. Cheers Lars
So glad I am on the list, but I am in the wrong category! You have me listed as SOLO and although I do travel alone sometimes, I also take my family as well. But I consider myself a “value luxury” travel blogger, which usually falls under the luxury category!
Looks like I now have a long list of blogs to check out!
Cacinda Maloney recently posted…Baptized by Earth, Fire, and Wine in Lithuania
Hi Cacinda, I switched you to the luxury category. Cheers Lars
Thanks a lot for this. This is clearly such a detailed report, and I’m sure a shit load of work went into this. So thanks a lot for putting this together and mentioning me on it 🙂
I just wanted to point out one thing, a lot of my readers pinged me after I posted this on my social channels, saying they couldn’t find me on the list. Some of them thought I mistook Nomadic Lifestyle for Nomadic Lives (and I can understand that confusion, since it happened to me the first time I looked at the list too). This is mostly because the page loads on ‘Couple’ category. Maybe you might want to put in a very clear disclaimer that there are different categories, otherwise loads of people might just get confused.
Once again, thanks a bunch for the work and the mention. Happy travels 🙂
Sanket D. recently posted…How I Quit My Job to Travel! NOT
Yes, some people got confused, but to be honest we already wrote “Select your category” above the tabs. I wanted to make it as easy as possible that’s why I have tabs in this post (I usually don’t work with them). I have really no idea how I could make this even easier?! If you have an idea, please share it with me 🙂 Thanks Lars
Wow! This is a mindblowing list of travel blogs, I can’t begin to imagine how long this took you!
I love, love, love that you came up with a rating system (satisfies the geek in me), I guess you need something like that to compare the thousands of blogs you looked at!
I’ve been blogging for a few years now about my nomadic life, I’d love it if you had a wee look at mine.
Rachel recently posted…Shetland in Midsummer, diary for week four
That’s a wonderfully compiled list – wow. so many great travel blogs out there to get inspired from! Many thanks for including me in the list – delighted to be in the amazing company – and look forward to be here, next year as well! 🙂
Arti (@artisdiary) recently posted…Kande Pohe, Masala Dosa and Maharashtrian Thali at MTDC’s Neem, Shirdi
Wow, you put so much work into this! Thank you so much for including me!
Wow you guys put A LOT of work into this! Great job guys and thanks for choosing our blog Freeyourmindtravel for the Silver. Cheers guys and again fantastic work putting this all together!
P.S. There is a small typo in our name as it should read: Free Your Mind Travel (right now it says Free Our Mind Travel)
Ross recently posted…What To Budget For Indonesia
Thanks for the Feedback, I think the y got lost 🙂 It’s updated now! CHeers Lars
Nice list mate and nice to be included. For sure I know my own site lets me down on speed, videos and photos, hopefully I’m up there due to my content though, which is what my emphasis is on. I know most of these other blogs too – some are hugely over-rated and rarely updated but some sleeping giants on there too. Safe travels. Jonny
Jonny Blair recently posted…Sunday’s Inspiration: My Ten Week De-Tox, Re-Tox, Re-lax Lifestyle
Thank you very much for the award and to everyone safe & happy travels.
Kristin recently posted…Article: Things to do in Manama in Bahrain
Hey… just found me and my blog on your German list – I feel honoured. THX a million!
Zypresse recently posted…Welche drei Gegenstände ich auf eine einsame Insel mitnehme
Thank you for this list (and all the hard work)!! My daughter (Adventures Around Asia) posted it to her fb page but I use travel blogs to plan my own travel around the world – this list is SO helpful!!!!
I thought I read a lot of blogs but this list is incredible. I have no idea how to even begin going through them all but I will get started sometime.
I would also love to be added to the list but I have so much to work on at my two blogs. A lot of infrastructure (social media, layout, everything) improvement this year.
Kirk Beiser recently posted…Photo of the week #54 – family
hey this is a great list 🙂
I would love to be included , my blog is http://www.nomadgirl.co
Jasmine recently posted…12 Expat Travel Bloggers Reveal The Best Locations to Live Abroad
Hi Jasmine, you can find your blog now in the solo category. Cheers Lars
I’ve been neglecting my blog a little lately, due to other writing commitments, so it was a lovely surprise to wake up to a bronze award.
Thanks so much for all your hard work in putting this incredible list together. It’s truly a great resource.
Steven recently posted…Bentota Beach, Sri lanka
You did an amazing work with this benchmarking of travel blogs.
I don’t know if I would fit in your selection as I ‘m quite specialised (travel + scuba diving), but anyway I like the way you compared quality items.
As a blogger, it gives me a lot of information of what I should improve.
A big thank you for your work!
If you wish, i hope that my spanish travel blog http://www.chavetas.es could be considerated. It is the best travel blog in this Internacional Fair FITUR 2015 for indepedent jury (tourism offices manager, DMO, etc..) >> http://nomadandvillager.com/en/press/best-travel-blogger-fitur-2015/
Thank you very much
Thanks for including Beyond Blighty! It’s an honour 🙂
Arianwen recently posted…A Weekend in Amsterdam
It’s really a well done work. At least I perfectly understand the reasons and criteria you used to evaluate the blogs. I’m still a very little blog and I do not post often, but planning to do more, since this is a part of my real job. I can only leave you the name of the blog so that you can list it. http://www.21grammy.com. Thanks for your work:)) Happy friday!
alessandra recently posted…Invitation to Sangiovese: the history of Noelia Ricci
Hi Alessandra, you will find your blog now in the solo category. Cheers Lars
This must have taken a ridiculous amount of work but I’m glad you guys did, it’s an amazing list!
If you do decide to update the list in 2016 I hope http://wandering.world has gained enough traction to make it.
Brecht recently posted…First Stop: Bangkok
Hi Brecht, well to be honest you need to post way more often! I will not rate you in 2015. Hope to see more of your journeys in the future! Cheer Lars
Thank you for all of your hard work, and for including me on this list of amazing travel bloggers! I have quite a few travel blogs I need to check out. I’m in the “solo travel” section, but I could also be in the “budget travel” section if you’re looking to shift a few away from the previous section. You’ve put a smile on my face tonight! 🙂
Cristina Luisa recently posted…Is Portland, Oregon Really a Vegan Haven?
Thanks for this list – it’s extensive and will keep me busy when I want something new to read. Would love it if you could please check out our blog too (if you have time). It’s http://www.double-barrelledtravel.com. Thanks and keep up the awesome work!
Carmen Allan-Petale recently posted…The cost of travelling in the Philippines
Hey guys, you will find your blog now in the couple category. Cheers Lars
Thanks for including me on the list! Impressive amount of work you guys did.
I see a lot of my favorites on here! Would love to be considered as well!
Kirstie recently posted…Manageable Mandarin: A Beginner’s Guide to Learning Chinese
Hi Kirstie, you will find your blog now in the solo category. Cheers Lars
That’s great! Thanks very much for including me!
Kirstie recently posted…Manageable Mandarin: A Beginner’s Guide to Learning Chinese
Wow – this is an amazing amount of work! What a great resource to find other travel blogs out there to have a look at. We’d love it if you would take a look at our blog when you get a chance – http://thecynicalsailor.blogspot.com/. You can also check us out on our Facebook Page – https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Cynical-Sailor-His-Salty-Sidekick/1415916972013908. Completely appreciate that its a big ask given how many travel blogs you review, but we’d be keen to get your take on our blog. Thanks again for the fabulous list! Cheers – Ellen
Ellen @ The Cynical Sailor recently posted…Happy Birthday Mr Blog & Random Thoughts On Blogging
Hi Ellen, you will find your blog now in the outdoor category. Cheers Lars
I would love to be considered for this list. My blog http://www.50shadesofage.com is a travel and lifestyle blog for the over 50s and is full of great travel stories and photos from Australia and all over the world. Check me out!
Kathy Marris recently posted…Liebster Award for Bloggers
Hello Kathy, thanks for your feedback. You will find your blog now in the solo category. Maybe I will add a 50+ category in 2016. Cheers Lars
Awesome to pick up a ‘Bronze’ award guys, thanks so much – Happy travels
Trevor Barre recently posted…Does your travel insurance cover volcano eruptions? You better check!
Hi Bob, what a great travel blog roundup site. We just launched The Nomadic Tribes travel blog http://www.thenomadictribes.com. Please include us in any future update. Cheers! Jett
Jett Britnell recently posted…Living The Life Aquatic!
Hi Jett, you will find your blog now in the couple category. Cheers Lars
What a great resource for travellers, especially with the sheer quantity of information out there about travel. I doubt I’m even on your radar yet, but I hope to be next time – if you decide you even want to do it again! (Maybe a new category would be for travellers over 45 😉
Hi Jane, you will find your blog in the couple category this time 😉 Maybe I will add a new category 45+ in 2016. Cheers Lars
I’m THRILLED to be in the Silver Section!!! Wow – thank you SO much! What an incredible list – completely respect the effort it takes to put this together! I also now have the most incredible reading list 🙂
Thank you so much for the honor of being on your list! My goal is to make it into the Top 100 in 2016! 🙂
Denise recently posted…Best Places to Eat in Naples, Florida
Great selection of blogs. Unfortunately mine isn’t included, maybe next time 😉
Have a great time in Thailand and greets from Germany!
Barbara recently posted…11 Things to do in Mauritius with Children
Hi Barbara, you will find your blog now in the family category. Cheers Lars
Hi guys, thank you so much for including my blog in your list. I made it to a 3stars bronze category, but this is the first award I’ve ever received and I’m very proud of it! I hope to improve my blog for the 2016 list (and yes, we want a 2016 list! 🙂 )
Giulia Blocal recently posted…Naples is always a good idea
Wow, I’m honoured to be featured on your list! I never would have expected this. I work full time and work on my blog whenever I have the chance – I’m not able to keep on top of social media as much as some of the full time bloggers. This has definitely inspired me to put more time into it and to post more often. I hope to be on your Top 100 list next year! Thank you for all of your hard work!
Karlie @ Miss Wanderlust recently posted…Travel dream come true! 30 by 30 achieved in Greece
Thanks ever so much for all the hard work you put into compiling this list, and of course for including my little blog! Considering I haven’t yet reached 2000 MUV, I feel thrilled and surprised every time someone new discovers my site, and I’m so pleased and honoured that you felt my blog worthy of a Silver Award. Sending you a huge virtual hug because I’m more than a little excited about this!! 🙂 😀
Kiara Gallop recently posted…Where to Eat, Drink and Sleep in La Paz
Thank you so much for including me! I cannot imagine how you got through this in only three months! That is so incredible and I am honored to have made the list! 🙂
jennifer recently posted…Shangri-La China: Guishan Park and the World’s Second Largest Prayer Wheel
Thanks for adding us to your list. Feel very honored to have made it to silver. Dankeschoen! 🙂
tammyonthemove recently posted…The day I drank frog juice in Arequipa
Thank you for including us on your list. Very honoured to have earned a bronze considering we only launched about 3 weeks ago & haven’t built heaps of content yet (but having another blog at least gave me a head start). It’s great to know we are on the right track & now I have this great list of fellow bloggers to check out.
Holly recently posted…6 ClichÃ© Travel Experiences You SHOULDN’T Avoid
INCREDIBLE LIST!!! Thanks for including us on this great list of travel bloggers. We are honored and not to mention you guys did a great job for doing this! It makes everything easier to check out what everyone is up to… 🙂 Thanks again.
Hi Bob (and Liane and Lars),
What a huge accomplishment not just listing, but *rating* all those travel blogs! There are indeed an unbelievable number on the web. Are you sure you did this in 3 months?!? I honestly wouldn’t blame you if you took a break in 2016!
I like the categories you chose, but I’m wondering where my blog (The Travel Type) would fit? We’re about finding meaningful travel, which doesn’t seem to fit into any of the categories… Our friend at Wholesome Travel might not fit a category either. I guess this can be an improvement for next time (if there is a next time)?
Thank you so much for putting this list together, it was quite obviously a huge amount of work, and I definitely have some great ideas for improving my blog already!
Hi Heather you will find your blog and Wholesome Travel now in the couple category. Maybe I can make a new category for 2016. Cheers Lars
Great list! Thanks a lot! Also, it would be great if you had a look on my traevl blog too..www.europediaries.com , although it is being redesigned at the moment 🙂
Menorca recently posted…My foodie experience in Florence
Hi Menorca, you can find your blog now in the destination category. Cheers Lars
Thanks so much!
Menorca recently posted…15 things to do and see in Berlin
This list is AWESOME! I definitely think you should recreate it in 2016. As a travel blogger, I love to find new people to connect with and it’s kind of hard to find others who are in the niche I’m developing. I’d love to be considered for this year or next year’s list, as well. Thanks for all the work <3
Neysha recently posted…Escape With Sea Turtles: Scuba Diving in Puerto Rico
Hi Neysha, you will find your blog now in the solo category. Cheers Lars
Thanks a ton Lars!
WOW, thanks for the 5 star rating guys! We’re honoured to be featured among so many fab travel bloggers!
Charli recently posted…The Best One Day Road Trips From Las Vegas
Wow! That’s a comprehensive list! And thank you so much for including us!
We’ll have to aim for Gold next year – if you’ve got the energy to do it again that it! 😉
Kirsty @ Kathmandu&Beyond recently posted…A Few Days in Sarajevo | Bosnia & Herzegovina
So what about my blog on the list? I wonder how you guys would rate it!
Milos recently posted…STORY Luang Prabang, Laos (Wet in the City of Gold)
Hi Milos, yu will find your blog now in the solo category. Cheers Lars
Lars, thanks so much! Keep up the good job!
Congrats to everyone on the list and also respect to the authors to take time to do this awesome list.
We’d love if you consider our travel blog too: http://www.nina-travels.com/
Cheers and happy traveling to everyone! 🙂
Hi Nina, you can find your blog now in the coupe category. Cheers Lars
Hi Nina, you can find your blog now in the couple category. Cheers Lars
Yaaay, thank you so much! 🙂 We are super happy and proud to be on the list! 🙂 Cheers, Nina
Nina Travels recently posted…A visit to Sheikh Zayed mosque in Abu Dhabi
I would love my blog Travel the World to be added to the list!! Are you trying to procrastinate doing something you should be doing??? 🙂
Katherine Belarmino | Travel the World recently posted…Northern Lights: Where to See, How to Photograph
Hi Katherine, you will find your blog now in the couple category. (travel the world) Cheers Lars
Katherine Belarmino | Travel the World recently posted…The Best of Athens in One Day
I’d like to say thank you again for your crazy efforts and a rating with 4 out of 5 stars! Awesome Job!
Alex recently posted…Yosemite Valley – Half Dome
That’s one big job. Thanks for the mention. 🙂
Sophie recently posted…One day in Saigon – a snapshot
Hey guys great list- thanks a million for including us. So cool to be included alongside so many other travel blogs. Can’t wait to check out some of these new blogs we hadn’t heard about before! 🙂
Brian & Noelle recently posted…11 Signs You’re Addicted To Travel
Thanks for including Solitary Wanderer in your list! Much appreciated!
Aleah recently posted…A Solo Traveler’s Tips for Staying in Hostels
Vielen Dank für diese super Übersicht!
Und uns freut es wahnsinnig, dass wir in die erlesen Liste der “Silver-Blogs” gekommen sind.
Das gibt uns auf jeden Fall nochmal einen richtigen Ansporn und die Gewissheit, auf einem guten Weg zu sein!
Schöne Grüße ausm Oberallgäu!
How odd… I left a comment via my mobile but it’s not here… iPhone ate it.
So – I was saying I’d be delighted to be included with Women on the Road, where I empower women through travel… Hope I’m in the slush pile. If not, I like the list anyway – great discoveries on here!
Hi Leyla, you wil find your blog now in the solo category. Cheers Lars
Hi Leyla, you wil find your blog now in the solo category. Cheers Lars
Hi guys! Great list, thank you so much for putting it together. It’s a reminder that I need to keep working hard so I can accomplish my dream of being a professional blogger.
Vicky and Buddy recently posted…Hostel Review: Thomas Grill Garden
Hi Lars, what a great selection of bloggers, I’ll definitely be checking these out. I would love to be considered for inclusion next time in your luxury category. All the best, Suze
Suze The Luxury Columnist recently posted…A Luxurious Lunch at Pauline Borghese, Parco dei Principi
Hi Suze, you will find your travel blog now in the luxury category. Nice blog! Cheers Lars
What an amazing list of bloggers. We would love to be included and maybe are in the 300 you are still working on (hope so). Just as when we read top 2300 I am intrigued by not only the work that goes into compiling a list like this, but also just how many really good travel blogs there are.
Lyn – A Hole in my Shoe recently posted…The best things in life are free
Hi Lyn, your travel blog is now listed in the couple category. Cheers Lars
Wow! Amazing list, guys! Thanks for putting it together and thank you so much for awarding Drink Tea & Travel with 4 stars in the couples category! It’s an honour to be included with such amazing group of other traveling couples! Cheers!
Oksana | Drink Tea & Travel recently posted…10 Tips For a Great Airbnb Experience
What an outstanding feat! One of my fellow Sailing Bloggers is on your list and although our blog is not what I would consider being on any kind of professional level, I write from the heart and I do it to share the places to which we sail. I’m not sure how we would stack up in the evaluation process as maybe we don’t fit into any of your holes, but I would love to be a part of your project. We will be summering in Florida after our first season in the Bahamas (where finding wi-if for blogging is scarce-still catching up) and then head off to the Caribbean if it’s in the stars for us. We do have a Face Book page, S/V Dos Libras (our boat’s name because we were born on the same day in October) and I was a little surprised to see your recommended daily number of posts. Wow and I thought I was posting too much! Perhaps I’m not posting enough!! I do read other sailing blogs and find that we are different in many ways, perhaps the most obvious being that I just can NOT seem to limit the size of my rambling posts…but the pictures are nice and plentiful. I love sharing pictures most of all. So anyway, here I go rambling again. Please take a look. It would be nice to hear from you. And now that we have wi-if for the summer, I will be checking out some of your list.
Tammy Swart recently posted…Crossing Back
Hi Tammy, I put your blog in the outdoor category. Cheers Lars
Thank you very much for including us in the Silver Category! We’re honored we made it, especially given how new we are to the whole travel blogging business.
Jolanta | Casual Traveler recently posted…Old Quebec Bus Tours: Les Tours du Vieux Quebec
Wow thank you so much for listing me in the top 100. There’s some big names up there! I’m honored 😀
Richelle recently posted…Kampot and Kep: Cambodia’s Hidden Gems
Wow so much work must of gone into this list! And it is great that you focused more on personal blogs rather then corporate blogs with a mass amount of man power!
I would love to be considered for your list if you find it suitable 🙂
Thanks so much! Samantha 🙂
Samantha @ The Wandering Wanderluster recently posted…Top Romantic Things To Do In Prague
Hi Samantha, check out the solo category. You will now find your blog there. Cheers Lars
What a great list, that must have been a lot of work! Mostly I agree with your rating (at least for the blogs I know!) IT would be awesome if you’d be able to have a look at my blog, too! Greetings from Singapore, Lisa
Lisa recently posted…Übers Heimkommen: Gedanken einer Heimreisenden
Hi Lisa, bist jetzt auch auf der Liste bei den “Germans” 🙂 LG Lars
Hello, nice list! It sure does entail a lot of effort to compile this! I hope you could consider viewing my blog and considering it, or leave me a comment for suggestions. Cheers from Manila! 🙂
Shayne Zalameda recently posted…Tibiao’s Secret: Kawa Hot Bath
Hi Shayne, your travel blog is now listed in the solo category. Cheers Lars
Aaaah you guys, this is the first list we have ever been on! Couldn’t be more excited! (Also, a great motivation to keep going) 🙂 Thanks for putting so much work into this, the variety of travel blogs is amazing! Also, we just redesigned our blog, therefore yes, I’d love to see a list in 2016 as well!
Irene recently posted…Our Top 10 Things to Do in Palermo
Thanks so much for awarding us 5 stars and putting us in the top 10! You made our day 🙂 Thank you!
Victoria recently posted…Instagramming New York
This is an impressive list. So, nice to find new blogs 🙂 I would though love it, if you considered mine http://coolkidzcooltrips.com as well. Would be great to be in such awesome company 🙂
Inga recently posted…10 of the Best Towns in Europe
Hi Inga, you will find your blog now in the family category. Cheers Lars
Wow! We never expected this! Thank you very, very much for giving us this Bronze award! It is such an honor.
Happy travels and keep on adventuring!
That’s an amazing list. Actually the most comprehensive I have seen so far! Many new blogs to check out… And great idea to have a qualitative and not only a quantitative approach.
Maybe you can also have a look at my blog: http://www.GrandEscpades.net
Gilles Barbier recently posted…Trekking Mount Roraima
Chum riep soo from Cambodia!
Thank you for including us in your list — I have to say we are in the company of awesome blogs/bloggers. And you gave us silver, too.
I cannot imagine the huge work you have undertaken to come up with this but okorn charan (thank you)! Hope your next stop in your SEAsian tour will be Cambodia 🙂
Great post. I am going to wade through your list. Would love to see Roadstories.ca included, a CANADA blog about Canadian people, places and things. It’s a labour of love that’s been going since 2007.
Hi Boomergirl, your blog is now in the destination category. Cheers Lars
We are totally honored to be on your list! Tell BoB Jenni wants to kiss his little golf ball face! <3 We are going to continue to work hard and move on up the list next year!
Just Chasing Rabbits recently posted…Elvis’ Graceland: Inside the King’s Palace in Memphis, Tennessee
Honored to be listed in a good spot under the solo travel blog section… even more impressive though is the amount of work that went into this! I can’t imagine how many hours it would take reviewing 2000+ blogs let alone reading through at least two full posts on each… Kudos on the effort and time put into this!
Rory recently posted…Iceland’s Thingvellir National Park
Great list! I really liked the criteria you used. I’ve only been blogging for a few months now, but hope to make your list next time around!
Hi Stacy, you are in the family category now. Cheers Lars
Thanks for including us!!
This was incredibly awesome. I can’t wait to check out all those blogs. Even better, I can’t wait to use that criteria to better my own blog. Hopefully, in the near future, I’ll make this list. 🙂 Cheers! Any feedback would be beneficial!
Alex Clegg recently posted…Whatever Activity You Want, The Outer Banks Has It: Top Things to do in the OBX
Hi Alex, put you in the budget category. Cheers Lars
Wow, looks like we have a lot of reading to do. Thanks for introducing us to some amazing writing that we hadn’t yet found. We’d love to be added to your list. Saludos!
Deidre recently posted…Suffering From a State of Peoplesickness – Yes, It’s a Thing
Hi Deidre, you will find your travel blog in the cpouple category now. Cheers Lars
Would love to be included next time 🙂
Justin / Ikimasho!
Justin recently posted…Torr Head Coastal Route, Northern Ireland.
Your blog is on the list now Category destination. Cheers Lars
Hi Lars, Thank you for including us! It looks like a huge project and great work! We would definitely like to improve, any feedback welcomed.
Rosemarie of Travel and Beyond recently posted…Swan Valley â Endless Experiences
Hey Lars! We’re just wondering why we didn’t come up on your 3-month search (maybe we’re on your to-do list?)
Anyway, hopefully you can check us out and add us if we make the cut.
Look forward to hearing from you,
Andrew and Emily from http://www.alongdustyroads.com
Hi Andrew and Emily, your blog is one the list now. Category couple. Great job! Cheers Lars
Hi! What a great list. I blog at http://www.europeanmama.com, a blog about life abroad in the Netherlands. It’s more of an expat blog, but I also write about travelling! If you think I fit your requirements, I’d love to be added- thanks!
Hi Olga, check out the family category. It is updated with your blog. Cheers Lars
What a massive undertaking which has been really well collated. I’d really appreciate it if you could consider my blog please?
Suzanne – Travelbunny recently posted…What to See and Do in Porto
Hi Suzanna, your travel blog is now on the list in the category solo. Congrats! Lars
Woohoo! So happy to form part of the 100 german travel blogs!
Perfect motivation to continue blogging around the world. YEAH!
All the best from Vienna,
Jakob recently posted…Die Strände meiner Leserinnen sind die schönsten!
Hey guys, thank you for including us!
What a great effort and list. Going through some of the right now.
Hugo Cura recently posted…Iceland road trip: the ultimate guide
Obviously meant *Going through some of them right now*
Hugo Cura recently posted…Iceland road trip: the ultimate guide
Wow, what a great list! Thanks for that! Lot’s of new blogs to read!
Nina recently posted…ZOO w Madrycie – pandy, koale, delfiny…
Wow what an immense amount of work you guys put into this! So happy and excited to receive a silver medal for our site but now we’re going for GOLD!!!
sarah recently posted…Dubrovnik, Croatia – So Much More to Love than Game of Thrones
This is an incredible list. Thanks for putting so much work into compiling it. I’ve already found several new blogs I want to check out 🙂 And I’m honored to see that my blog The Travel Lush was mentioned in the Destinations category. Receiving 4 stars definitely made my day!
Justine recently posted…6 Kickass Places to Visit in Bali
Thanks a lot for including our blog in the list. 4 stars and a silver award is great and a big surprise. It is also very motivating for me as I do not have english as my native language. I have also learned a lot from following other travel blogs and and participating in travel blog groups on Facebook. I find the travel blog community very generous. I would love to see a list in 2016 as well, even though I know it is a huge job.
Bente Vold Klausen recently posted…Back at Piazza Navona in Rome
Hi Lars, what a wonderful list, thanks for doing all this work!! I have a suggestion for a NEW category: 50+ and I would be honoured if you would consider our blog: http://www.notdunroamin.com
My husband and I have sold everything, and travel, volunteering on conservation projects in interesting parts of the world.
Danila recently posted…Her packing list
Hi Danila, I already had a 50+ category but switched them all to couples. I will keep it mind for next year and make an own category if I have enough 50+ travel blogs. 🙂 I will have a look on your blog later this week. Cheers Lars
Thanks Lars! there’s so many blogs here, I’m going to bookmark it and keep on checking it out 🙂
Hi Danila, you will find your blog in the category couple now. Cheers Lars
Wow! This looks like it took a lot of work! Thanks for putting this together and for the inclusion 🙂
Beth recently posted…5 Hidden Cultural Gems in Long Beach
Congratulations on putting this incredible list together Lars, Liane and….Bob! 🙂 What a commendable effort. We’re in the process of another site re-design and with additional efforts & upgraded skills, hopefully we can move up from silver to gold next time around! 🙂
This is a great resource to look through in the various categories of travel blogging! Again, huge congrats!
Alex of Wanderlust Marriage recently posted…Our 10 Year Wedding Anniversary Misadventure
Thanks so much for giving us a “Silver” in the Couple/Friends category! We have fun as a couple writing about our luxury travel adventures. And what an awesome group of travel bloggers you’ve analyzed! We’re very happy to be included :-). So much work you did though… Wow!
Sand In My Suitcase recently posted…Bears at Joffre Lakes?
Wow! My mind’s spinning at the mere thought of the amount of effort you’ve put into analysing all these blogs and ranking them. I’m honoured to have been included and pleased to have come away with a silver award given that I know I fall short of several of your criteria. I’ll be using your benchmarks as a guide when I consider how to take my blog forward so that’s really handy, too.
Julie Dawn Fox recently posted…10 Things to See and Do in Vila Nova de Cerveira, Portugal
I can only imagine the effort that went into compiling this massive list! Thank you for putting it together and for including me!
Gail at Large recently posted…Adventures In Food, Russian-Style
Thanks so much for including Carpe Travel in your list!
Elaine Schoch recently posted…A Guide for Planning a Texas Hill Country Wine Experience
Thanks so much for a silver rating, that’s a very happy surprise! I’m honored to be in such good company 🙂
Heather @ Ferreting Out the Fun recently posted…10 Highlights of the Louvre
Hey, thank you so so much for including me! What an honour! I can only imagine the amount of work you put in to put this list together! 🙂
Serendipity Tess recently posted…Cambodia: What to do in Siem Reap?
Hi. What a fantastic idea, to post all these tremendous travel blogs. This is a terrific tool for those of us who want to discover blogs; your process for selection seems very well-thought out and fair.
It would be an honor if you’d consider including our travel blog, too: http://www.IslandRunaways.com
Our blog celebrates island life, from the Caribbean to the Florida Keys to the Greek isles.
Thanks for sharing the 2015 Top Travel Blogs with everyone.
Hi Laura, your blog is listed now. Caegory couple. Cheers Lars
Thanks so much for the Gold Star rating in the Outdoor category! It’s always a surprise and a total pleasure to be appreciated for what you clearly know is a labor of love. Keep up the encouragement and thanks again!
Tasha | Turf to Surf recently posted…Hideaway, our Catalina 34, is FOR SALE
Wow, what an impressing list! Can only guess about the amount of work you put into this one. But apparently definitley worth it – a fascinating portrayal of the active travel blogging community out there (I keep reading on and stumble upon one gem after another now thanks to your list). Of course it’s an honour you considered my little digital travel journal as well and it is a true pleasure to be listed among such great travellers and authors. Keep this up. Everybody.
Cheers and Godspeed,
Jens recently posted…Flying high with Annie: My romance with a Russian lady
What a great work compiling this list, well done!
I hope my blog Geeky Explorer is #101 😀
Hey Bruno, your blog is on the list now. (solo category) Sorry no #101 🙂 Cheers Lars
What a great lost – lots of new sites to check out. Would love you to put On the Luce on your list to analyse if you haven’t already – celebrating it’s 4th blog birthday this week! Thanks
Lucy recently posted…The world on a plate: Goan fish curry
Wow, thank you Lars.
3.5 star Silver for me and I’m only a hobby blogger too. Much appreciated. Also great to be classified in the same rating as so many wonderful blogs which I admire.
I’d hate to think how long this took to put together, clearly an incredible length of time. I follow a LOT of travel blogs but heck there are so many here I need to save this page for reference.
I will disagree (from my point of view) with one thing you said. You say that other travel bloggers are also competitors. I don’t view it that way, they are certainly more as friends. Yes, some are rude and very competitive and they soon fall off my radar because they don’t embrace what the travel blogging community is all about. I’ve met a handful of bloggers in person and I read a heck of a lot of blogs. I most certainly learn and am inspired by others and am happy to see them do well.
Many thanks again for completing such an amazing list.
The Guy Who Flies recently posted…How To Make Your Flight Attendants Like You
Hey The Guy,
Thanks for your comment! I am glad about your words and I wish everybody would see the travel blogging community like you do!!!
However, with probably over 10000 other travel blogs out there, you automatically start to compare yourself with other travel blogs. And I think there is nothing wrong about it as travel blogging has become a business; it is not just a nice photo platform for the family and friends anymore (unless it’s made for family and friends 🙂 ).
BUT maybe “competitor” is the wrong word. In German we have two different words for it but every translator just shows me competitor :). Maybe I can change that one day. Thanks again for your honest words! I really appreciate it! Cheers Lars
WOW! What a surprise and honor to be selected for your list. That motivates me to work even harder. Thanks for the shot-in-the-arm!
Howard @ Backroad Planet recently posted…Indian Rocks Beach: A Taste of Old Florida
Tolle Liste & Danke fürs Aufnehmen.
Thanks for including my wife and I (365traveldates.com). We can’t imagine how long this would have taken. There are so many great blogs out there. Keep it up gang!
Love from Ecuador,
Mark and Camille
De nada Mark! Big Greetings to one of our favorite countries in the world! Cheers Lars
Thank you for including my blog, more so giving it the Gold status in luxury category! So honoured. Thanks for the massive effort of collating the blog list, it must have been so involved and time-consuming! Great list and wonderful to see both blogs that I’ve always looked up to and new and upcoming ones. 🙂
Jean | Holy Smithereens recently posted…Planning Your Perfect Day in Sydney
WOW, thank you very much for the rating. Even if you’ve probably made this one while I was working and didn’t write much for the last 4 month I still deserved bronce 🙂 So I guess that’s still great 🙂
Thank you very much
Mel recently posted…Reisen und damit Geld verdienen? Teil 1 – Wie bekomme ich die Jobs
Hi Mel, Bronze ist doch super! Außerdem bist du fast Silber. Aber wie du schon sagst, es kann sein, dass ich dich analysiert habe, als du gerade nicht ganz so aktiv warst. Das kostet schon ein paar Pünktchen. Mach weiter so! Liebe Grüße Lars
Thanks a lot for including Backpack ME on your mega list!
It’s a pleasure for us to share our travel experiences with you all! 🙂
Zara @ Backpack ME recently posted…The HARD things about LONG TERM TRAVEL
Hi there Lars & Lianne,
Thanks for this great list and including Victor’s Travels in it!
I would have loved to know on which points I can improve my blog, but I see that you are not giving out that info so too bad 🙂
Definitely keep this list going for next year too,
Victor recently posted…The backpackers guide to Dubrovnik
Thanks so much for this awesome list & including my flashpacking & yogablog FOLLOW YOUR TROLLEY!
And if you’d like to put even more work in those lists, I would suggest one more..for yogis, holistic travel souls & spiritual adventure-seekers! 🙂
….because: the shortest way to yourself is around the world! 😉
So happy to have been included in the top 100! Wooohooo! Thanks Lars and the team, we really really appreciate the work that’s gone into this.
Vaughan recently posted…An Adventure Lover’s Guide to Langkawi.
Hi Lars….fab list…I see some friends here AND found some new sites! Would love to be considered as well. Thanks! Diana.
Diana recently posted…Staying Safe in Italy
Hi Diana, you are on the list now. Category destination. Cheers Lars
What a fab list – can you please see if you have our blog on your to-do list?
SJ recently posted…Get This Croatian Food in Your Belly NOW!
Hey SJ, you are not just in the list, you are in the Top 100 😉
Wow, incredible list!
I hope our blog is among the 300 blogs that you’d still check. 🙂
Hi Melanie, die Liste ist jetzt um euren blog reicher! LG Lars
Wow thank you so much! I am very honored to come in 9th!!
You are very right that people should definitely look at other travel blogs. If you want to be a professional travel blogger the best way to get there is to analyse your competition, particularly blogs that do what you want to do well. I could not have got to this point without doing that.
Thanks for all the effort you put in. It is great to see a list that isn’t based on who yells the loudest or the bs rankings you talk about like Alexa.
Sharon recently posted…Stockholm with Kids: Our Ultimate Stockholm Travel Guide
Awesome list! Wow. Thanks for that great work.
If you have some time, it would be great ot have a look on my travel & digital nomad blog: http://www.tripaholic.de
Simon recently posted…Der ultimative Tattoo Guide für Asien
Jetzt biste drauf auf der Liste Simon. Besten Gruß Lars
Wow, I don’t want to think about the time and efforts it takes you to set up such a list!! Thank you so much for including my travel blog into your list!!
Cheers – also from my travel companions Dayo and Suri – Martina
Martina recently posted…Ferienzeit ist Reisezeit – sicherer Transport für Hunde
Hey Lars und ihr lieben anderen,
dann hier auch nochmal auf diesem Weg ein herzliches Dank. Ich freu mich sehr über die Positionierung und dass ihr mich gefunden habt.
I’d love to be included in your list as well 😉
Anna recently posted…Discovering southern Iceland by bus
Hi Anna, you’re in 🙂 Solo, Silver, 3,5 stars! Great job!
Hallo ihr drei, sehr coole Liste. Sehr viele gute Tipps. Muss eine Heidenarbeit gewesen sein!
Danke auch für’s Empfehlen vom flocblog.
Ihr wollt das wahrscheinlich gar nicht hören nach der vielen Arbeit, aber ich sag’s trotzdem. Ich würde noch folgende Reiseblogs empfehlen:
http://weltreiseforum.com/ (kein Forum)
ich schreib auf Deutsch, weil ich mich auf den deutschen Teil beziehe, der alleine nen Artikel wert wäre. Bob kann ja sicher auch deutsch oder ist der made in China? 😉
Florian recently posted…Kurzreise-Tipp: Expo 2015 in Mailand mit Pavillon-Highlights und Essens-Empfehlung
Hab die meisten nun mit aufgenommen. Beste Grüße und danke nochmal für die tollen blogs! Lars
hi, great list! i hope that my german travel blog http://www.travelingtheworld72.de is at least under the 300 you have still under consideration :-). best, alex
Alexandra recently posted…Kaschmir VI: Die pinkfarbene Pumphose, die Naranagh Gypsies und ich
Hi Alex, nun biste auch auf der Liste. LG Lars
what a nice list with wonderful blogs.
But, I missed one famous blog, my own 😉
Please, have a look on: http://www.reisen-fotografie.de
Thanks and best regards,
Thomas recently posted…#Traveltuesday Chile Tipps von Lena
Moin Thomas, jetzt seid Ihr auch dabei. Liebe Grüße ins schöne Ruhrgebiet! Lars
Wow! What a great comprehensive list. Thank you for including us on this list of great bloggers! Cheers!
This is INCREDIBLE! I appreciate all of the time you put into it. I’m so honored to be in your Top 100 and receive gold status! amazing! thank you so much. Happy travels 🙂
Lauren @ Justin Plus Lauren recently posted…Amalfi Coast Adventures with Lovely Amalfi Coast Tours
Wow!! Thanks for including us on this awesome list BoB! It’s an honor to be part of this amazing list of bloggers. Thanks again. 🙂
JB & Renee recently posted…7 Must-try Restaurants in Seoul, South Korea
Wow Great list! Would love to be considered if you find my blog worthy haha 😉
Hannah recently posted…The Colours of India
Hi Hannah, your blog is now on the list. Catagory solo. Cheers Lars
We’re always on the prowl for travel blogs to follow for information and inspiration – this list has made that much easier! Thank you so much for such a comprehensive and thoughtful list 🙂 Cheers!
Thank you for this overview and for the amount of work you’ve put into creating this. It’s an absolute honor to receive the Gold status and to be in the company of so many amazing blogs. Thanks again guys :)! Cheers, Manouk
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