Wanderlust Filter
  1. poor gays on holidays

    The group of twentysomething friends behind poor gays on holidays report back from their shoestring-budget adventures, and share ideas for LGBTQ-friendly travel experiences.

  2. Mark Johanson

    Travel, food, and culture writer Mark Johanson is based in Santiago, Chile, and has written for publications such as Newsweek, GQ, the Guardian, CNN, BBC, and Lonely Planet. He also photographs people, nature, and landscapes from his travels.

  3. Haylsaway

    Hayley and Kyle are traveling through Europe in a converted camper van, cameras at the ready. Follow them as they explore untrafficked corners of the continent and go above and beyond for the perfect shot.

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  4. “They are in my life because of a confluence of coincidence, but also fundamentally because I moved from comfort.”

  5. At the Edge of the Old World

    “I realised you cannot simply leave the desert behind.” James Dee Clayton documents his transformative time in Senegal in an extensive collection of photographs.

  6. Exploration
  7. Lebanon, USA

    Lebanese photographer Fadi BouKaram started a five-month road trip that will take him to every American town named after his home country. Follow his adventures at Lebanon, USA.

  8. Afros y Paella

    Initially a travel blog about a Black and African woman navigating life in Spain, Nneka Okona’s Afros y Paella has evolved into something larger: a space exploring how travel can be transformative.

  9. Lisbon in twelve years, twelve pictures, twelve stories

    Verne at Jules & Verne writes about Lisbon, Portugal — the city he’s lived in for 12 years. Fittingly, he weaves 12 accounts with 12 accompanying pictures and popular Portuguese sayings from these 12 years in and around Portugal’s capital.

  10. The Shooting Star

    In 2013, Shivya Nath packed her life into a backpack and hit the road indefinitely, staying in each place she visits for a few days, a few weeks, or as long as it keeps inspirng her — and then moves on.

  11. Eiwawar

    French photoblogger Samuel Bloch, an avid birdwatcher and hiker, is based in Finland. He chronicles his adventures around the Nordic countryside in photo essays on his blog.

  12. Exploration
  13. “Besides, being single, married, or anywhere in-between should have no bearing on whether or not we pursue the things that make us happy.”

  14. Travelling The World Solo

    Ellen, an Australian solo backpacker, invites readers to join her on her globetrotting adventures, and shares useful tips for aspiring travelers — from packing lists for the Arctic to a Philippines snorkeling guide.

  15. Leaving My Heart in Havana

    “It’s been a long time since I’ve been completely enraptured by a city but Havana has all the elements that make it happen — history, art, architecture, beauty, kind people, heart, heat, spirit and music . . . so much music.” Kelly at Compass & Camera takes us on a tour of Havana, Cuba.