Travelpod is great simply because it’s the biggest. Journalists and newscasters rant and rave about it, ten of thousands of people post each week and pretty much the entire globe has been covered.
- Check out the all-time top travel blogs for some armchair reading
- Or better yet, select a country off the world map to dig into a destination
IgoUgo has stood the test of time. This website has been going strong since 2000. What I have always liked about IgoUgo is that it treats the blog entries like recommendations where users are required to think about their trips in stages of events and venues. For example, I stayed at XX Hotel and visited XX museum and ate at XX restaurant and here are the details on each place. While it leaves slightly less room for creativity and story telling around travel, it is a valuable resource for travelers seeking honest advice.
- Check out the IgoUgo Hall of Fame to see the top rated writers from each year
- Choose a destination to read more reviews
Some other good travel blogging sites include: