6 Best Travel Podcasts

It’s too bad you can’t read my blog when you’re driving, washing the dishes, or taking a stroll. So why not listen to a travel podcast? Here’s a list of some of the Best Travel Podcasts to add to your playlist and inspire your next trip:

Van Sounds


Producer, Fil Corbitt studied Journalism and Broadcasting before creating this wonderful podcast. With high quality interviews from the world’s best known travelers, to his own travel musings, you’re going to be hooked on Van Sounds. Corbitt’s audio postcards can make you feel like you are there, and his profiles on interesting travelers are inspiring. These short episodes are packed with finely tuned sound bites that will leave you wanting more. Listen in here: http://filcorbitt.com/van-sounds/ and of Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vansounds/

Go the Travel Podcast

Podcast van

This Podcast goes onsite to bring you interviews with locals, travelers, and tour guides. Their content is highly produced and super informative. Each of their episodes dives deep into the topic they’re covering and is accompanied by an equally revealing article. If you want to get an in-depth experience from far away lands, then check them out here: www.gothepodcast.com and Facebook: facebook.com/gothepodcast


Tips For Travellers Podcast


Producer and host Gary Bembridge, puts out a great travel podcast. He produces short and sweet episodes with essential tips for travelers. He even has a Youtube channel with short videos that sum up the Must-Do activities in places like London, on cruises through Norway, and the Kennedy Space Center. Check it out at: http://www.tipsfortravellers.com/ and on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TipsForTravellers/


As Told By Nomads

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The host of As Told by Nomads, Tayo Rockson, is an activist, entrepreneur, and global citizen. As a kid, he grew up overseas and lived in various places. He now channels his experiences into this great podcast. Rockson mixes business and travel discussions, with episodes like, ‘How To Live An Unconventional Life,’ and ‘How To Find Your Path,’  Find him here: As Told By Nomads.


Adventure Rider Radio


The podcast is ideal for the motorcycle enthusiast. They feature adventure motorcycle stories from riders who ride in the snow, through Mongolia, and from solo female riders. If you ride on two wheels, then this podcast is for you. They’re always looking for stories from their listeners. If you have a motorbike, scooter, or any other two wheeled adventure story, they’d love to hear it. Check them out here: www.adventureriderradio.com and on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AdventureRiderRadio/


Dirtbag Diaries

The Dirtbag Diaries

Having been named Outside Magazine’s best podcast, and downloaded over 3.5 million times, this podcast is a must listen. They share intriguing travel stories sourced from a variety of writers, and even from listeners themselves. Laugh, cry, or spend an hour in suspense with Dirtbag Diaries. http://dirtbagdiaries.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/dirtbagdiaries

Alex is a travel writer, podcaster, and aspiring dog whisperer. He’s been paid to be a Ninja Turtle at Comic Con, a Force Reconnaissance Marine, a commercial fisherman in Alaska, and a Gaucho in Argentina. He likes short walks on the beach, chocolate, and lengthy naps.


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47 thoughts on “6 Best Travel Podcasts

  1. Ali Rost says:

    I have a friend who travels a lot and she recommends a couple. Zero to Travel, because every interviewee has a great story to tell. It reminds her that she can do anything. Also, the Extra Pack of Peanuts podcast. Especially the interview with Jessica Lawrence about her solo, cross-country cycling trip!

  2. Jesper, The Biveros Effect says:

    I have so far not started to explore podcasts, I actually don’t know why. There really seems to be so many of them, so I have not really found one to start with. So far I’m stuck with the NRK news instead. Norway actually got 24h news broadcasts, which we lack here in Sweden. Writing that, i once more consider to actually replace it with a podcast. Will have a look at your suggestions. 🙂

  3. Rashmi and Chalukya says:

    We had never thought about the Travel Podcast before this sounds like a great idea, though. Go the Travel Podcast sounds interesting where we could hear information and details about a location directly from a local or a tourist guide. We would also love to listen to Adventure Rider Radio for inspiring motorcycle diaries.

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