Get your travel inspiration and guidance by tuning into these 10 best travel podcasts. They are in no particular order for all presenters provide a unique and valuable perspective.
10 Best Travel Podcasts
1. Indie Travel
Since 2006, the founders, Craig and Linda have been traveling around the world. Lucky bastards!
The two Kiwis share their own practical advice as well as interesting stories from people they’ve met on the road. In addition, they discuss amazing opportunities to fund your travels.
Interested in getting travel work?
Want to start a location independent business?
Trying to discover unique ways to travel on a budget?
Want to create a life built around travel?
Take a look at Zero to Travel if you yearn for this lifestyle.
Extra Pack of Peanuts provides tips and advice regarding your ability to travel for free or at nearly-free prices. Travis, the founder, also discusses how to travel like a pro by interviewing various travel personalities, and highlights specific destinations. According to iTunes, “Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast is Rick Steves for the new generation.”
Quit your job immediately and join the movement of digital nomads.
The founders, Dan and Ian wanted to build wealth all while being free from the shackles of a cubicle. These guys are living proof that you can live anywhere in the world while running your own enterprise. They discuss topics on:
• Building teams
• The digital nomad lifestyle
• Business ideas
Seriously though, don’t quit your job just because I said that. Be smart about it.
The founder of this blog went from working a 9-5 job to making $10,000 online. . . All while sitting on the beaches of Thailand.
“I wanted to start a business so I could afford to travel the world with my buddies and see the sights in Europe, but to do that, I needed it to be location independent and profitable.”
Nominated for Best Travel Podcast at the 2015 Podcast Awards, The Budget-Minded Traveler podcast is a resource for making travel happen in your life, especially on a budget.
7. Travel in 10
Travel in 10 is one of the first travel podcasts. David Brodie wants to make sure you get valuable content on your commute to work, or wait at the barber. The content is delivered in a manner that can be consumed in 10 minutes or less.
Do I need to say anything here?
If you are not sure where to travel next, this is a great podcast to listen to. The Amateur Traveler focuses purely on your next travel destination. It features interviews with experts, travelers, expats, and other people talking about their experience and giving practical advice for travel and stay in specific destinations. There are over 300 episodes about different places around the world. I’m sure you’ll be able to find a place to go.
Get your daily dose of travel inspiration from Nathaniel Boyle and his intriguing guests.
These are the best travel podcasts out there. If I missed any, let me know.
Above all, don’t forget to put the tips you gain from these travel podcasts into action. Get out there and travel!