Today, travel content is endless. To include a little audio with your daily digest of blogs, magazines, and reality shows, there are a number of informative and entertaining podcasts to choose from. Easy for commutes and even traveling, these top travel podcasts are well worth a listen.
Conde Nast Traveler is one of the best curated travel brands online, and Travelogue is its widely listened to podcast. Looking around the world, it gives you expert tips on where to go, what to eat, what to see, and how to do it all. Listen in for everything from tips on where to travel this spring to travel trends to keep an eye out for this year.
Zero To Travel
Zero To Travel is an inspirational podcast that looks at budget travel, and extreme travel. It describes itself as covering National Geographic-type adventures with the type of inspiration you’d find at a TED Talk. Host and travel expert Jason Moore talks to extreme and successful nomads about things like their top ten travel wish lists, dating and travel, traveling healthy, and much more.
Extra Pack Of Peanuts
Another wildly popular budget travel podcast. The Extra Pack Of Peanuts Podcast Hosted by Rick Steves, who sets out once a week to teach listeners about how to travel more and spend less. He has industry-expert guests on to chat about things like how to get the most frequent flyer miles, score deals on lodging, pack efficiently, find a great meal, and so much more.
This weekly show stands out from the rest, as it flips the scope of travel media from looking outward, to looking inward. Focused on themes like curiosity, creativity, wonder, and time, storyteller and host Nathaniel Boyle speaks with travelers about how to use travel to better or change your life. These existential conversations touch on a lot of universal truths of travel, like learning to embrace change, or travel while working.
Dots, Lines & Destinations
More of a resource than a lifestyle or entertainment podcast, Dots, Lines & Destinations breaks down the world of airlines, destinations, loyalty programs, credit card deals, and so much more. This is the quintessential travel-hacker podcast. Check it out for contemporary advice on things like traveling to Cuba or Thailand, ongoing deals, and much more.