Wanderlust Filter
  1. The Path Less Pedaled

    “Our story began in 2009, when we sold everything we owned to travel by bike.” Drawn to unlikely destinations, Laura and Russ are focused on making bike travel better and connecting with communities and rural tourism advocates to grow the concept of bicycle tourism.

    Exploration
  2. Lonely Planet Kids

    Lonely Planet Kids — an offshoot of the popular travel guide company –inspires children to be curious about the world. The site features books, activities, family travel posts, and more.

    Books
  3. The Bikepacking Journal

    “Let our group of passionate contributors transport you to incredible dirt roads and trails in nearly every corner of the world.” The Bikepacking Journal is a collection of writing and photography from the team at Bikepacking.com.

    Exploration
  4. Land of fire and ice

    “We knew 5 days would be a short time to explore the unreal landscapes Iceland had to offer, but any and every second spent on that magical land is bliss.” At Mute Life, Filipe Varela shares stunning images from Iceland.

    Exploration
  5. Adventurous Kate

    In 2010, Kate McCulley quit her job to travel in Southeast Asia for six months. Six months turned into seven years across 77 countries and seven continents. Her blog, Adventurous Kate, focuses on solo female travel.

    Exploration
  6. Stranger’s Guide

    “The world is changing. So should the way we cover it.” Stranger’s Guide publishes place-based writing and is committed to “multi-dimensional views of locations, showcasing writers native to each place.”

    Essay
  7. Exploration
  8. Why You Should Drop Everything and Travel to Iran Now

    “Why go to Iran? How is Iran as a country? Is it safe to visit Iran? Behold, my humble attempt to answer your questions…” Shivya Nath at The Shooting Star shares thoughts on why you should visit Iran (and her stunning photographs may be all the proof you need).

    Culture
  9. Tiny House Giant Journey

    Tiny House Giant Journey is Jenna Spesard’s popular tiny house and travel blog, filled with practical tiny house advice and travel stories, videos, and photography from around the world.

    DIY
  10. Ten Poems about Travel

    No matter where your journey takes you in 2019, what better way to kick it off than with 10 travel-themed poems, lovingly collected by the editors at JSTOR Daily?

    Inspiration
  11. Red Around the World

    Planning a U.S. adventure in 2019? Megan at Red Around the World is your “friendly guide to national parks, road trips, and all things outdoors.”

    Landscape
  12. Heretics, Plagues, and Forbidden Art

    At Two By Tour, Yvette Benhamou and J. Endress explore the sites and streets of Cuenca, Ecuador. In their latest adventure, they wander the El Museo de Cultura Prohibido, a museum of sacrilege with dubious “artifacts,” see graffiti and street art, and explore a Belgian brewery in the Andes Mountains.

    Art
  13. Scenes of Springtime and Sakura from Celia in Tokyo

    Teacher and expat blogger Celia chases the cherry blossoms this spring in Tokyo.

    Exploration
    All images courtesy of Celia in Tokyo
  14. Tokyo’s Most Stunning Spots for Cherry Blossoms

    At Travel with Nano B., Nano shares a photographic tour of well-known places and her own favorite spots in and around Tokyo to see cherry blossoms and enjoy the hanami season.

    Exploration
  15. An Adventure with Toby the Wonderdog

    Toby and his human companion explore and climb the Roaches in England.

    Animals