A Collection of the Internet’s Best Travel Podcasts

90 Mile Beach in Victoria, Australia. Photo by Peter.

Most of the time, TravelBlogs focuses on written material. You know, blogs and all that jazz. Today, I decided to take a look at another medium that more and more travel bloggers are getting into: podcasting.

Some of these are by your everyday bloggers, while others are produced by major travel publications. But if you’re planning a trip, or just looking for some inspiration, these podcasts offer a refreshing and insightful look at destinations around the world.


Everything Everywhere: Gary has been travelling the world since early 2007. He recently started a podcast, which so far features episodes about Australia, Fiji and Singapore. Site | iTunes

Indie Travel Podcast: Craig and Linda are two full time travellers producing a weekly podcast for independent travellers and backpackers. Site | iTunes | Other

The Traveling Morans: Between 2006 and 2007, newlyweds Brendan and Sarah Moran set out on a year-long honeymoon adventure around the world. Their podcasts features episodes about everything from their journey on the Trans-Siberian Railway to their time in India. Site | iTunes | Other

Amateur Traveler: In the world of travel podcasts, Chris Christensen is a veteran. Amateur Traveler has been around since 2005 and now has over 140 episodes on destinations around the world. Site | iTunes | Other

Travel in 10: David Brodie’s Travel in 10 is a growing collection of 10 minute episodes covering cool hotels and sights around the world. Site | iTunes | Other

The Connected Traveler: Russell Johnson’s blog and podcast on Connected Traveler covers news and opinion from around the world. Site | iTunes | Other

Gary Bembridge’s Tips for Travellers: Gary shares first-hand advice on destinations around the world, from Disneyland, California to Seoul, South Korea. Site | iTunes | Other

Travel with Rick Steves: Rick Steves is an expert on all things Europe, and his weekly podcast features episodes on cities and destinations throughout Europe and the world. Site | iTunes | Other

Lonely Planet Podcasts: Lonely Planet have also dabbled in the world of podcasts, and have produced episodes about destinations in every corner of the globe. Site | iTunes | Other

Traveler Magazine’s Walks of a Lifetime: If you prefer to travel on foot, then this podcast will provide you with plenty of inspiration for your next holiday, be it in New Orleans, Venice or Sydney. Site | iTunes
| Other

The Independent Travel Guides: The Independent’s travel editor, Simon Calder, hosts a series of podcasts about cities around the world. iTunes | Other

Frommers.com Travel Podcast: Frommer’s podcast series currently has 90+ podcasts on everything from planning a wedding far from home to taking better holiday photos. Site | iTunes | Other


A Year in Europe: Scott and Sheryl spent a year travelling around Europe. Along the way, they recorded 39 episodes for their podcast. Site | iTunes | Other

Italy Travel Notes: A blog, a videocast and a podcast devoted to Italy. Site | iTunes | Other

Notes from Spain: The Notes from Spain podcast covers a diverse range of topics about living, working and travelling in Spain. Site | iTunes | Other

Budacast: If you’re planning a trip to Hungary, check out Budacast, which features articles and a regular podcast on all things Hungary. Site | iTunes | Other

iPod Traveller: iPod Traveller isn’t running anymore, but produced 47 episodes about various destinations in Europe over 3 season. Site | Season 1 & 2 | Season 3

North America

Amtrekker: Brett is a self-described “unemployed vagrant” travelling around the United States with a list of ambitious goals. Site | iTunes | Other

Alaska HDTV: Never considered visiting Alaska before? AlaskaHDTV’s great videos are produced by a team of passionate Alaskans hell-bent on showing you the beauty of their state. Site | iTunes HD | iTunes iPod


The Rest of Everest: This podcast features the stuff that didn’t make it into Everest: The Other Side, a documentary about an expedition to the Northeast Ridge route in Tibet. Site | iTunes | Other


If you have any other podcasts you think should be added, feel free to tell me about it in the comments section below.

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  • #1Peter Daams

    Nice list. I’d better subscribe to some of these!

  • #2Craig

    Thanks for the mention: travelblogs readers can always get in touch with Linda and me (from the Indie Travel Podcast) here.

    Budacast is worth a listen if you’re heading to Hungary too.

  • #3Eric

    Budacast sounds like an interesting one, will have to add that to the list!


  • #4Cuckoo

    Nice list there. Will come handy. I will subscribe to some of them.

    Though it is not a poadcast, my blog speaks of India in detail. You can check it at your leisure.

  • #5Chris Christensen (Amateur Traveler)

    Thanks for the kind mention

  • #6Beijing

    This is a very useful list for anyone who loves traveling, especially for those who is planing a trip. thanks for sharing!

  • #7World Travel

    Thank you very much for this info! Fantastic read.

  • #8David Brodie

    Thanks for the mention and glad you have been enjoying my podcast.


    Travel in 10 Travel Podcast – Your 10 minute Window on the World

  • #9Mitesh

    nice list. thanks for share with us…

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