Finding a good reason to travel isn’t hard. Actually getting out on the open road and committing your time (and hard-earned money to travel) is where it gets a little more difficult. Often travelers come up with hundreds of different questions at the beginning of the trip. For the answers, there are travel podcasts out there to help you plan a trip, large or small. Podcasts have exploded in popularity in recent years, especially in the travel niche. After all, who doesn’t love to travel? Unique travel stories, helpful tips, information on creating a nomadic lifestyle, and inspiration on the go — there are podcasts for them all. In this blog, WVT tried to cover all the branches of travel podcasts specially curated for our vegan travelers. These are not vegan podcasts, so be aware of that when choosing podcasts to listen to. A podcast on best places to fish, might not be content you are interested in!? But first, WVT is releasing its own podcast! The anticipated date for release is 1st December 2019!
We will do different types of episodes. We share our vegan travel experiences and the experiences of others to inspire you to get out into this beautiful world and we conduct interviews with people doing amazing things to promote vegan travel as well as individuals and organizations that are protecting human and nonhuman animals in a destination you could be visiting.
The Amateur Traveler is an online travel show that focuses primarily on travel destinations and the best places to travel to. It covers everything from knowing what to put on your Chicago dog when you go to the Windy City to swimming with whales in Tonga.
Listen more about the wonderful journey where amateur travelers covered from Johannesburg, South Africa to Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe from this episode.
Andy Steves brings a lifetime of travel experience in Europe and a passion for connecting with those from other cultures to this podcast. He’s a travel entrepreneur, a self-proclaimed coffee snob, amateur cyclist, and award-winning guidebook author, our speaker, Andy Steves loves helping travelers bridge the cultural gaps they encounter while on the road. By combining modern technology with the travel philosophies of his father, travel guru Rick Steves, Andy is becoming the new voice of millennial travel.
In this following episode, Andy talks with Carmina who is a social media influencer and the owner of lacarmina.com. Carmina has collaborated on travel TV with ABC, National Geographic, Travel Channel, and Andrew Zimmern. In this episode, she explains her style of travel–goth, subcultures, body mods, alternative fashion, and more.
Welcome to Chronicles Abroad, a podcast that uses travel to highlight stories of personal growth. We’re just two middle-aged, single, empty nesters who decided to start a podcast about living, working, and traveling abroad. Each week we’ll spotlight the stories of courageous world travelers, creative wanderers, and digital nomads who share their incredible experiences of the world through their eyes. We provide tips, resources, and hacks for the curious traveler in you! Whether you’re a lover of travel or just someone who is ready for a change, we have something for everyone.
In this episode of chronicles abroad, Abby (host of The Wanderlusters Mind) describes how travel opens up your perspective to new things and it helps you to step outside of your comfort zone.
The EPOP Travel Podcast is hosted by Travis Sherry, a serial entrepreneur & world traveler. Known as “Rick Steves for the new generation”, this podcast will teach you everything you need to know to travel more & spend less. From interviews with some of the world’s most famous travel names, like Chris Guillebeau, Bruce Poon Tip, AJ Jacobs & others to specific travel advice on how to use frequent flyer miles, score cheap hotels, pack like a pro, & travel on a budget, this show does it all.
In this episode, Travis Sherry talks with Francis Tapon of WanderLearn Podcast and dive deep into The Unseen Africa project which includes a book and a video series and is a must-see for everyone.
Whether you are a seasoned traveler or just starting out, this award-winning podcast will inspire and motivate you – while providing helpful travel tips and resources. Join award travel expert Jet Set Lisette as she has conversations with diverse women who have found creative ways to travel more. Their stories offer insight and practical advice on how to make dream travel a reality. About Jet Set Lisette: In 2012 Lisette Austin learned how to “travel hack,” earning millions of airline miles and hotel points and saving (so far) over $100K in travel costs. She now helps others do the same.
On the 32nd episode of Jet Set Lisette talks with Cris Soady, a linguist who was born in El Salvador but grew up in the United States. In 2014, she and her husband left the US to start a life in Latin America, driving across 13 borders before finally settling in Argentina.
Full-time travelers Craig and Linda Martin take you around the world with them with stories, tips, tricks, and interviews with other travelers they meet on the road.
Here you could listen from travel safety expert Phil Sylvester about all the things of travel insurance, why it is necessary and you could also co-relate with one of our blogs written on travel insurance.
Welcome to JUMP Podcast, formerly known as The Budget-Minded Traveler. I’m your host, Traveling Jackie, and I’m here to explore travel, adventure, and lifestyle in ways meant to motivate YOU to move and get out and see the world. Let this show be a source of travel advice and inspiration, and remember that in the end, it’s YOU who takes the leap.
Returning “home” is often the hardest part of travel, and not letting go of the life changes, but instead figuring out how to apply them to your new “normal” is the confusing part. In this episode JUMP podcast reflects on Benson’s family trip and…
Traveler, foodie, outdoor lover, & single mom featured in Huffpo Travel and listed as one of the top black travel bloggers on the planet. Every other week listeners will get exciting content such as the latest travel trends, interviews with adventurous travelers, and tips to have a more adventurous life.
Is visiting Africa on your travel wishlist? In this episode, OD speaks with Tiffanie Anderson, the founder of Away to Africa, a destination management company procuring African travel itineraries to some of the most beautiful destinations on the continent.
Stories of women who are inspired by time spent outside take the shape of interviews, in-the-field recordings, and listener submissions. These make up a tapestry of episodes covering themes such as solo hiking and camping; entrepreneurship; aging; diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI); conservation; motherhood; chronic illness; and feminism as they intersect with outdoor experiences. Hosted by Gale Straub.
We humans have a habit of getting in the way of wild animals, but wildlife rehab is one way we can give back. Sirena Rana Dufault has spent nine of the last ten years volunteering at Wildlife Rehabilitation Northwest Tuscon. She shares why it’s needed, what happens when an animal is taken in, funny stories along the way, and the beauty of the release. Listen more from this episode of She Explores.
The Thought Card is a podcast about travel and money for people who want to spend their hard-earned money on the things and experiences they value. Join Danielle Desir every other week as she explores affording travel, paying off debt, and building wealth. Hear inspiring stories from financially savvy people from around the world who are traveling the world, crushing their financial goals, and living life on their own terms.
Travel doesn’t have to be expensive but it does cost money. If you want to start traveling but know that in order to do so you need to make tweaks to your budget then the first thing that we recommend doing is starting a travel fund. Listen more about the importance of Travel Fund from this episode of The Thought Card.
The Thoughtful Travel Podcast with Amanda Kendle is a show for travel lovers. Each episode is packed with travel stories from fellow travel addicts on topics like using foreign languages, meeting the locals, getting lost, and what we learn from our travels.
It seems that the number of people who love to travel AND who love to read makes up quite a high proportion of listeners. This episode of The Thoughtful Travel Podcast can be all about reading books to inspire travel. Additionally, you could also read one of the blog posts to get more inspiration.
Traveler is the essential resource for Australians who love to travel. Traveller.com.au is the website of the Traveller sections published in The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, and the Sun-Herald. We are dedicated to providing the best travel advice by offering the perfect mix of inspirational content and comprehensive destination guides with things to do and places to stay. Most importantly, Traveller is your daily escape to dream destinations.
On this episode of Flight of Fancy, the Traveller.com.au podcast, listen from hard-core adventurers Ute Junker and Flip Byrnes to talk about the joy of long-haul travel, and how to make it as painless as possible. They will take you all the way from the airport to your final destination, with tips and tricks to make your traveling life just that little bit easier.
A weekly one-hour conversation with guest experts and callers about travel, cultures, people, and the things we find around the world that give life its extra sparkle. Rick Steves is America’s leading authority on travel to Europe and beyond. Host and writer of over a hundred public television travel shows and author of 30 best-selling guidebooks, Rick now brings his passion for exploring and understanding our world to public radio.
As National Parks Week approaches, a guidebook author joins us to share ideas for exploring America’s 59 national parks. Then tour guides to France help listeners plan their summer voyages, with advice for marking the 75th anniversary of D-Day in Normandy and enjoying a “babymoon” in Paris. Plus, the author of “Sea People” tells the fascinating story of how Polynesians came to populate the most far-flung islands on earth.
A weekly roundtable discussion on travel news and the travel industry with leading travel writers, bloggers, and podcasters.
Regular hosts Gary Arndt, and Jen Leo are joined by a guest: Travel author Francis Tapon from francistapon.com, and host of the WanderLearn Podcast and share their African travel experiences.
The Offbeat Life Podcast interviews fearless individuals who ditched the norm in order to live their best life and become Location Independent. We discuss finding purpose, defining moments that led them to change their lives, overcoming setbacks, how they create income from their passions while working remote, and becoming lazy entrepreneurs.
In this episode of The Offbeat Life, Debbie speaks with Alex Chacon who is a Videographer, Photographer, Inspirational Speaker, Blogger, and Vlogger. Listen to her story of how she traveled the world on a motorcycle and became a travel blogger.
Condé Nast Traveler editors Lale Arikoglu and Meredith Carey dissect the realities of traveling as a woman today, high-fiving all those shaking things up in food, hospitality, adventure, and travel journalism, and celebrating all the reasons why we refuse to stay home.
This episode of WWT Catches up with Jessica Nabongo, who is nearly at her goal of being the first black woman to visit every country in the world. You do not want to miss her fascinating story.
Have you ever had a wild idea, but were afraid to act on it? Or maybe you started, but then self-doubt crept in, someone told you it wouldn’t work, or you talked yourself out of it. It took Shelby Stanger three years to quit her job in 2009 to pursue a life with more adventure. As a journalist who was interviewing others who had taken their own ideas and made them a reality, she began to develop the courage to go for her own wild ideas.
This podcast aims to be informative, helpful, and fun. It’s about building a tribe of people who want to make more positive decisions in their lives, from the food they eat to the people they surround themselves with. It’s about taking a wild leap of faith and having meaningful conversations with people who have made it happen.
Can you imagine eating only what you grow or forage for an entire year? Rob Greenfield, a previous guest with a lot of wild ideas, is doing just that. He’s living in a tiny house on a plot of land where he’s planted an elaborate garden in the backyard of a neighborhood where he’s also teaching others to garden. Listen to his story from this episode.
ZeroToTravel.com chats with adventurous people living life on the road so you can discover new ways to travel endlessly. Jason and his guests share insanely actionable advice and key resources, getting down and dirty on topics like; starting and running an online business from anywhere, travel and work opportunities, gutsy budget travel strategies, surprising ways to earn free travel, the digital nomad life, unconventional travel-based lifestyles, fun travel jobs, how to plan epic adventures, backpacking, 4-hour workweek inspired topics, and everything in between.
Jason has wandered the planet for 15+ years working as a tour manager in events/music, an adventure travel tour guide, a trash sweeper, and now as a location independent entrepreneur running businesses on the fly. He is obsessed with doing whatever he can to help you explore our crazy planet, no matter what your current situation or experience. Let’s do this! Subscribe now and welcome.
Learn about physical spaces and how they impact your travel experience. Whether it’s a space you choose to make a pilgrimage to (and that defines your journey), the energy of spaces; how a physical space can impact your creativity, and how physical objects can inspire travel. Dan Richards stops by to talk about his adventures, writing a book, how you can create missions around your travels, and so much more. He discovered a unique physical object in his home that inspired him to take off on his own adventures.
So, which one of these is your favorite? Let us know from the comment below.