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Thomas Wilson Web Team WOW – totally blown away by how comprehensive this list is!!!And I’ve already discovered some blogs that I know will be new favorites!You’ve already included my Life in Norway blog on the list, but perhaps you would also consider my Norway Traveller blog? I just started travel blogging and this list has all the information of all the amazing places I want to visit. I clicked through some random blogs on your list and I could not even find one I really did not like. My travel blog Malaysia Asia focuses on all things travel around Malaysia and Asia. Ciao Ciao, we’d love to be included ‘Renovating Italy’ (We won Italy Magazine best Living in Italy blog 2015).
Intense journeys into more than 126 countries around Africa, Antarctica, Asia, Europe, North America, South America and Oceania since 1999. I would love to join the ranks of wonderful fellow travel bloggers. I’m blogging at and I’m a historian and solo traveler.
Huge respect for you that you made that list, I actually have just started with travel blogging since I started travelling two weeks ago including my first steps on backpacking on my own. Right now my blog has been online for a few weeks and it would be nice if you can check it out and even more awesome if you could include it on the list. Beautiful photos and interesting content for the “Nomad Reveletions”! We would love it if you could include ours (The Breathing Forest), we discuss social issues around the world, so I’d say we fit into the “Journalism/Narratives Travel Blogs” category. sharing of course……xxx lisa The biggest and best list of travel blogs I have seen. (I’ve just returned from Bali myself, so was interested in looking at her work). Cody What a great list- thank you so much for including Family Rambling in the family travel blogs.
Maybe you can check it out if you have some time left. It’s a travel/illustration blog where I share my travel stories, including travel illustrations always trying to add a dose of authentic Balkan humor. Please consider adding Wheelchair to the Disabled Travel Blogs category. If you still have a place in the list, I would like to mine. We’ve discovered some amazing sites because of this list, so thank you very much for putting it together! On the regional travel blogs I didn’t see a side drop list, so can’t tell if there is an Ireland section?
Best wishes and safe travels, Luke Your work on travel is awe inspiring. It is very surprising that you’ve not been to India yet. The category is very underrepresented with only two sites listed. Excited to see the list and then disappointed that I’m not on there. If so, my site Ireland Family may be a fit for it as it is the only site online dedicated to family travel in Ireland. How would i be able to get my travel site on this list?
We have some nice images of India from our travels on our blog. Have a nice day and Happy New Year, that you fill up your passport next year with amazing adventure. WOW – I can’t imagine how long it took you to put this list together! I’m new to travel blogging, but am already off to a great start. Oh well, I guess I wasn’t on your radar although my stats should certainly qualify.. thanks Very good list though and i have checked out a few of those blogs already.
Expat in Morocco – North Africa since 2007, polyglot and proud Lonely Planet Pathfinders blogger. My site is and we are a couple who are full time, slow travelers (nomads if you like). Having said that, I love to include a bit of history and culture in my posts.