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Best Travelpodcast podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Travelpodcast podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Travel in Ten hosted by David Brodie is a ten minute window on some of the coolest places to visit around the world. From Hip Hotels to great restaurants, concerts, festivals and events we will be presenting audio tours, videocasts and soundscapes of interesting places around the globe. We hope you enjoy the podcast, please send any questions, comments or suggestions to travelin10@gmail.com - 890072 Our first series of podcasts focus on Tokyo, Japan but look for upcoming shows on many destin ...
 
FLY is the travel podcast for off the beaten path tales of travel and adventure. Listen in for storytelling at its best, with interviews from everyday adventurers discussing their experiences on the road less travelled. Whether you are planning your first trip, permanently nomadic, or vicariously traveling the world from the comfort of your couch, FLY is for you. With conversations about active travel, sabbaticals, food, language, camping, motorcycle trips, hiking expeditions, books, gadgets ...
 
Postcards from Nowhere is a travel podcast that takes you on journeys exploring culture, history, food and people in the form of stories. With over a decade of travel stories in his kitty, Utsav Mamoria narrates the stories of the strange, obscure and fascinating things about the world, often interspersed with practical tips and deep realizations, which would shape the way you travel. Tune in to the new episode every Thursday.
 
The Travel is Real is a podcast about hearing captivating stories from adventures abroad. Each guest on the episode reveals an experience which occurred while traveling, backpacking, or living abroad. These stories range from fun, comedic, risqué, to bizarre, gross, harrowing or horrific. As long as the if the narrative is intriguing, I want to hear it! Typically if an interview revolves around an arduous, dangerous, or harrowing narrative, the guest and I will give advice and tips, so liste ...
 
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China has made tremendous progress in lifting the country out of poverty, The Communist Party takes pride in enabling this and boasts of how many choices the Chinese have today. However, it parallelly bans and actively prosecutes people from a religious order, which combines meditation and slow-motion exercises, very much in line with Taoist princi…
 
Is the digital nomad lifestyle calling out to you? Do you want to get the inside tips, tricks, and methods to make sure you are a successful digital nomad? Check out today's episode as we are talking about the full-time travel lifestyle and the different perspectives that come from it. I am very happy to have on my friend Johannes Voelkner from The…
 
Today I am back with THE History Fangirl, Stephanie Craig, a travel writer and an American expat/nomad based in Sofia. In the last episode, we talked a lot about cultural Bulgaria and its history. Today is a deep dive travel guide on everything you need to eat, drink, and do when traveling to Sofia, as well as day trips you can take. You’ll discove…
 
After five years into her banking job, Anqi caught the travel bug and fell in love with the sea. Her stints as a scuba diving instructor eventually brought her to Thailand where she discovered her love for freediving, which is breath-hold diving without any breathing apparatus. Last year, she set a new national record (62m) for Singapore at the CMA…
 
From virtual hikes on the Great Wall of China, to a Private Online Tango Concert with a Latin Grammy Nominee, to a Guided Meditation with Sheep, we'll be looking at some of the best online travel experiences you can take this summer! Some of the other experiences we feature on this week's episode include: Sangria Making Classes with Drag Queens in …
 
All is not lost for summer, 2020! Susan Catto, Travel Expert with Travelzoo, spoke to FLY about Ontario road trips, staycation and weekend ideas, and why, when the time is right, we need to start exploring Canada. Susan will also talk about some of the incredible deals out there. Save now, travel later!FLY Travel Radio can be heard every Sunday at …
 
In today's episode, my friend Aaron Millar from Armchair Explorer and I talk all about wonder and how it fuels us to travel and explore. Aaron is an award-winning travel writer, documentary presenter & author of two amazing books 50 Greatest Wonders Of The World & 50 Greatest National Parks Of The World and he shares some incredible advice on using…
 
Today's episode we are getting into why creativity is interwoven with travel so profoundly. We are all creative beings but at some points in our lives we can lose sight of that or we forget that due to doubts and fears but creativity lives within us all and travel is one of the best conduits back to it. It is time that we give ourselves permission …
 
CEO, Queen’s Road CapitalEven as a young boy growing up in California, Fritz Demopoulos thought like an entrepreneur, finding a way to make money from distributing flyers. That lesson in distribution may have been what started him on his journey towards building China’s first travel search engine, Qunar, with his two co-founders. And that wasn’t ev…
 
Welcome to the 11th season of the Travel in 10 Podcast! For this season we're joined by co-host Tim Johnson. Tim is a full-time travel writer who regularly writes for places such as CNN, The Globe and Mail, Afar and more and has traveled to over 145 countries around the world. This has become one of the strangest years ever for travel, so as we kic…
 
Bulgaria — is it on your travel list? It’s on mine, especially its capital, Sofia, a city rich in Roman ruins and Byzantine architecture. If you’re a history lover who enjoys affordable travel and getting off the beaten path, then Bulgaria might be the place for you. Joining me today is Stephanie Craig, a travel writer and an American expat/nomad b…
 
In People's Park in central Shanghai, every Sunday afternoon, a congregation of old people shows up religiously, week after week. These are not people enjoying their retirement, they are on a mission. A mission which gives them anxiety, sours their relationship with their kids, and often remains unfulfilled. In continuation of the series China Unse…
 
What can you do if you want to travel but those bills are telling you NO? Find a way to get paid while still wandering the world! Today's episode incorporates yet another option out there in our travel job series and Heather Steele knows all about leaving that corporate job to get out and see the world via yachts. This is an industry that I hadn't …
 
Full Potential Labs, Sydney Yes, travel changes lives, and sometimes not necessarily for the better. A young Claire Hatton, living in Singapore then, lost her husband Chris to the Bali bomb attack in 2002. From then on, Claire has lived with the adage that “nothing is to be taken for granted”. The tragedy set her off on an adventure where she took …
 
An absurd, deeply flawed notion left close to 600 million sparrows dead in China in the late 1950's. But it was only amongst the many missteps which came to define the People's Republic of China. In the new series - China Unseen, join Utsav as he draws upon his experiences of living in the country, and uncovers everyday life in the Middle Kingdom. …
 
What is "home"? If you are or were a digital nomad, where would you call home? The idea of "home" is an interesting one because while I am from the US, I now live in Norway but I used to travel full-time so where would I call home. Today's guest is someone who was raised all over the world and now runs one of the most popular co-living & co-working…
 
An iceberg, theoretical physics and an expressionist painting. What could these three unlikely bedfellows have in common, that too spread over two centuries? This week, join Utsav as he takes you to Havana, Buenos Aires and Paris, and brings to light how the gift of hindsight we have today is the curse of foresight from yesterday and how it teaches…
 
Is it even possible to travel and work full time? Can teaching actually pay enough to get you on the road and traveling? Plus...what is my secret travel fantasy (ohhhhhh!). I am so grateful that one of the kindest human beings on Earth is here with me today to talk about traveling to 193 countries while teaching full time, how the passing of a love…
 
Did you study abroad? I spent a semester in London and it was one of the best times of my life. That experience definitely played a role in me moving to England permanently. But did you know that you can spend your entire university experience in another country? That’s what today’s guest did. I’m talking to my friend Candace Salter, a Florida gal …
 
In 1980, Rick Ridgeway, the first American to summit the K2, attempted to climb a high mountain in China. He failed. 19 years later, he returned with a young 20 year girl, but the purpose was changed. It was a pilgrimage of sorts. What eventually decided the fate of this pilgrimage was the same thing which saved Utsav and his partner from a potenti…
 
Owner, Nikoi/Cempedak IslandsIn this episode, find out how a former banker found the real gold in beach sand, not bank notes. Andrew Dixon, born in Australia, was taking a holiday on an island in Indonesia when he and friends decided, why not build a holiday house for family and friends? Then more friends came and asked, why can’t we stay too? And …
 
Ask Jackie Session 7 show notes: Sponsored by: mantasleep.com - use JUMP10 to save 10% / Updates on retreats: travelingjackie.com/retreat / @glographics - allyresourceguide.com / CFAR (cancel for any reason travel insurance) travelingjackie.com/insurance / Group trip updates: jumpexperiences.com / Travel books: thebudgetmindedtraveler.com/books / T…
 
Is your summer vacation destroying the planet? This is a very important question and we want to be very good travelers & world citizens but in doing so are we causing more damage to an already fragile world. How can we treat the planet the way it needs to be treated while still fulfilling our travel dreams? Today's episode is not to make you feel g…
 
Let’s talk about upgrading your weekends. I learned about this concept from Laura Vanderkam, the time management expert you heard on the episode on how to Stretch Time so You Can be More Productive and Pursue What You Love. Laura says that having a great weekend requires some planning, even for free spirits who are up for anything. Because a little…
 
Owner, Splice Studios, SingaporeKenn Delbridge has been in love with the art and science of sound since his early days in broadcasting and working with MTV. His studio is where ‘A Life in Travel’ is recorded and produced and, in this episode, we get behind the scenes of what makes a successful podcast as well as how travel has influenced his outloo…
 
Today we are talking about how you can get plugged into a community that can get you free accommodations around the world with CEO of HomeExchange.com, Emmanual Arnaud. While we are still in the midst of the COVID pandemic so you may not be going overseas right now, it doesn't mean that you can't start planning all your future travels today. Emmanu…
 
From the Indian mathematician Bhāskara II to the Italian inventor Da Vinci, this enigma confounded intellectuals for seven centuries. In a casual museum visit to Florence, he also understood a lesser fascinating enigma - the actual use of the divider! (yes, the one in your geometry box).This week, join Utsav as he uncovers a timeless driver of huma…
 
I typically don't talk about resorts or all-inclusive vacations on FLY. However, Palace Resorts is a family-operated business in Mexico that puts people first, be it the guests, the staff and the local community. Having had the unique opportunity to stay at one of their incredible Cancún properties while visiting sister properties in Isla Mujeres a…
 
Most of us still can't travel right now thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic. So this should be the perfect time to plan for future travel and adventures abroad. For some, this means creating an online business that allows them to work from anywhere. But...a lot of us are having a hard time focussing. There's a lot happening in the world right now. Plus…
 
What is a war doing in a travel podcast? And that too a war that has never ended? We don't really know when it began, but we know for sure it has never ended. It's so every day that we don't (or choose not to) see it. A realization that began in walk in Naples led me to coursing its history, and witnessing a global movement. This week, I take you t…
 
Today's guest is Jarika Johnson from the Blackpacking Podcast and on the show, we discuss everything from our love of coffee to the art of solo travel. Jarika has been to over 20 countries and has never traveled with someone so that makes her an expert in the field & why I couldn't wait to have her on the show. We take a dive into the introspective…
 
FLY welcomes Victor Delage to the show! Victor talks to us about his global childhood as the son of a sailor, the beautiful and challenging GR 20 hike he did in Corsica, and his new business(with partner Aaron Johnstone), PEACASA Snacks, a new way of eating chips without guilt! Learn more about these delicious and healthy Mediterranean style chips,…
 
Are you feeling the need for some community right now? Some levity? Some fun? I have created a Facebook Group for us called Live Abroad and Love It (our first party is in a few days — details below). I have made some incredible friendships through this podcast and I want to meet more of you. This group is for serious travelers. The kind who would p…
 
Kristian Muthugalage joins FLY from Finland to talk about his recent walk across Sri Lanka. He finished this epic journey just in time, mere days before the world went into lockdown. Born to a Finnish mother and a Sri Lankan father, Kristian talks to us about his globetrotting childhood, his call to lead a life of adventure, and a new way of learni…
 
In late 2018, archaeologists working at the Pompeii site discovered Grafitti which recalibrated the events around the explosion of Mount Vesuvis. The graffiti itself was emblematic of an intensely Italian passion - Food. This week, traveling in time, Utsav connects the dots in the city of Naples, spanning the deadly LTTE, Ernest Hemingway, Italy's …
 
What an incredible show today as I sit down (in person) and chat with legendary explorer and adventurer Erling Kagge; a man of many firsts. Back in 1990, he reached the north pole without support as part of a two-man team (they were the very first people to do that). Then in 1992-93, he did a solo unsupported expedition to the south pole (he was th…
 
Italy has had a harder time than most with COVID-19, but they are on the mend. Peter and Ilaria of International Academy Antonella talk to us about what life has been like for Italians, the impact on running an Italian language and cultural school catering to international students, and how they are transforming into a new tourism business to evolv…
 
On 20th May 1747, a doctor aboard HMS Salisbury did something that changed the course of Italian history. But all he did was give lemons and oranges to the sailors. What could that have to do with the Sicilian Mafia, and what lessons do they hold for us travellers? This week, Utsav takes you through the story of Citrus spread over two centuries, an…
 
Today's interview might make you question everything all over again. My friend Blake Boles returns to the show to talk about alternative education, one of the big perks of travel, advice around making an impact on the world with your work, why making things an adventure for yourself is so important, how the “moment” of a place determines your trave…
 
Today I’m speaking with Crystal Davis, the Borderless Coach and founder of High Income Digital Nomad. Crystal’s mission is to help people build thriving and enjoyable businesses that let them travel and work remotely. We get into the nuts and bolts of how to get up and running with a profitable online business right now. We discuss: why conventiona…
 
In 1946, post the defeat of Germany in World War II, the psychoanalyst Carl Jung coined a word which turned into a national emotion. Travelling through Armenia and speaking to young and old alike took me back to Turkey. Specifically, Gezi Park in Taksim Square, Istanbul. But how are Germany, Turkey and Armenia connected? This week, Utsav takes you …
 
Gordon Dreger, Founder of Wheel & Anchor and fellow Torontonian, talks to FLY from Thailand! Gordon discusses what lockdown is like in Southeast Asia, the travel adaptations we may need to consider in the future, why flying will be our biggest obstacle, and the importance of dreaming about travel.Original broadcast on CIUT 89.5FM and http://ciut.fm…
 
How do you easily capture travel memories? Speaking of capturing travel memories….that is exactly what my friend Dane Homenick’s app does. Dale spent years living on a sailboat and has built one of the biggest travel apps out there called Journo. You'll hear all about sailing around the world, running a lifestyle business, why gratitude is so impor…
 
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