The Best Travel Podcasts For 2022

Traveling is wonderful. You get to see the world, experience new cultures and have unique experiences you likely wouldn’t be able to have in your hometown. Of course, you can’t travel constantly. We often have jobs we have to work, and responsibilities to take care of. Sometimes we just can’t afford it. When you can travel, but still want to get your travel kick in, a great alternative is to check out some travel podcasts. You can find many travel podcasts out there featuring not only entertaining and interesting travel stories, but also tips and tricks that will help make your travel experiences even better. Read on to learn more about a few great travel podcasts worth checking out this year.

Wander Woman

Travel writer and photographer Phoebe Smith has created a new weekly podcast called The Wander Woman, which is the first travel podcast to take on a magazine-style format. In each episode, she takes listeners on a behind-the-scenes look at a different destination, with detailed descriptions and vivid stories that will make them feel like they’re traveling as well. The show also features a section called Travel Hack of the Month, which is filled with useful tips that will help make your trips even better.

Amateur Traveler

Chris Christensen is the host of the travel podcast Amateur Traveler. With over 700 episodes to choose from, he and his guests will help you plan your next trip. Each week they talk about their experiences with different destinations that they’ve visited. One thing’s sure: after listening to this show, you’ll have a whole new list of places that you’re dying to visit next.

Armchair Explorer

Aaron Millar is a travel writer and journalist who describes his show, Armchair Explorer, as a documentary-style podcast that features stories of the most extraordinary travel experiences. Using a combination of music and cinematic effects, the show takes listeners on an immersive journey through the world’s most interesting locations. For instance, listeners can ride along as Aaron takes them on a bike ride around the globe, or they can experience a wild expedition in South America.

Travel With Rick Steves

Rick Steves is a leading authority on European travel. He encourages people to explore lesser-known regions and immerse themselves in the local culture. For over a decade, he has been running his own show, Travel with Rick Steves. The show can be found in both video and audio formats and features riveting conversations about traveling the globe and experiencing the various cultures and environments our world has to offer.

The TravelPulse Podcast

The TravelPulse Podcast is hosted by Eric Bowman, and it features the latest industry news and trends. He talks about everything from the latest in travel planning to the most common questions about animal tourism. In addition to these, it also features other interesting topics such as the future of guided tours and the best ways to book online.

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The Best West Coast Beaches In The U.S

It’s summer season, and it’s likely that you’re craving some time away from the hustle and bustle of life. Maybe it’s time to take a break from all of the stress and go on a beach vacation. America has a lot of great beaches worth checking out, especially if you’re located on the west coast. Not sure which one to go to? Don’t worry, this blog’s got you covered.

Newport, Oregon

The city of Newport, Oregon, has a population of just over 10,000. It’s a laid-back beach town that’s known for its beautiful scenery and various attractions. One of these is the Yaquina Head Lighthouse, which is the tallest lighthouse in Oregon and has been featured in various movies.

In addition to being a beautiful location, Newport’s beaches are also known for their beautiful scenery. During the spring and fall, you can often spot orcas and grey whales moving through the area. If you’re looking for something a bit different, you can also see some interesting colored agates that are made from various types of rocks.

Carmel-by-the-Sea, California

The charming town of Carmel-by-the-Sea is often referred to as simply “Carmel.” It’s a beautiful location that offers a variety of great restaurants and gardens. Aside from being an art center, this town is also known for its beautiful coastline and various attractions. A number of poets and writers live in the area, and it’s easy to see the sights by foot. The city’s population of over 3,700 makes it a great place to explore.

Crescent City, California

This small city in Del Norte County is referred to as Crescent Beach, named after its crescent-shaped coastline. It’s also known for its giant redwoods and is home to a lighthouse that’s on the National Register of Historic Places. Other popular beaches in the area include Kellogg, Point St. George, and Enderts Beach. Be sure to check out the SkyTrail Gondolas a short drive from the town if you went to get an aerial view of the Pacific Ocean, a sight you’ll likely never forget.

Port Townshend, Washington

Situated in Washington State’s Quimper Peninsula, Port Townsend is known for its Victorian-era buildings and is also known for its safe harbor. At the turn of the century, it was reported that the city might be the largest harbor on the west coast of the United States.

Aside from being a beach town, Port Townsend is also known for its various attractions. One of these is Fort Worden State Park, which is an old army base that’s surrounded by beautiful mountains. There is also an artistic side to Port Townsend, with monthly art walks and poetry presses such as the Copper Canyon Press.

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