The travel industry is booming and many of the world’s best travelers are now blogging, podcasting or writing for a living. But with so much new content, it’s hard to filter through the turbulence and find the real gems. Here are 10 great travel news sites that cut through the noise and deliver top-notch journalism.

National Geographic Travel

National Geographic is the ultimate source for all things travel, with gorgeous photography and in-depth articles about destinations around the globe. They also have a dedicated travel blog, featuring everything from the best hotel rooms in the world to budget-friendly vacation ideas. Their Instagram has over 18.7 million followers, which is no small feat for a travel brand.

Roads Less Traveled

One of the most popular travel blogs is Roads Less Traveled, a blog about adventurous and offbeat destinations. It has been featured in various magazines, including the Lonely Planet and CNN, and has over 1.7 million subscribers. Its writers have a diverse range of experiences and are known for their authentic, detailed reporting.

Adventure Journal – Online magazine for real outdoor adventure – stoke, inspiration, news, gear, people, photography and more. Adventurers, dreamers & changemakers read about the latest in travel & expeditions.

Go Nomad – Online magazine for intrepid travellers with inspirational travel stories, itineraries & expert advice. The UK’s leading travel magazine for independent-minded and adventurous travellers.

Travel Pulse – Provides daily tourism news to travel professionals. This free news service offers more than 70 news items a day, on average, and features interviews with experts in their field. Travel Pulse covers all aspects of the travel industry, from cruises to hotels and more.

AirBnB Travel Blog

The travel tech company, AirBnb, has a fantastic travel blog that is updated often with interesting news and tips for travelers. Their blog is a good resource for finding unique and affordable accommodations while traveling, and they also have some tips that are useful for business travel.

A Little Adrift – RTW traveler Shannon writes about her adventures on the road and explores communities that are sometimes overlooked by others. Borders of Adventure – Becki, a freelance journalist, reports on grassroots initiatives and communities around the globe. Camels and Chocolate – A foodie travel blog that focuses on sustainable travel.

Skift Research – Research and analysis about the global travel industry. Its insights and reports are used by travel companies, media outlets, investors, suppliers and other industry stakeholders.

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