Dunn’s River Falls, Jamaica. Photography by Getty Images
This week’s travel blog roundup features destinations worth a second look, from a Caribbean island to an artsy yet overlooked neighborhood in the City of Angels.
If you ever needed a reason to book a family vacation in Jamaica, Kidventurious has 8. Consider it planned.
Explore LA’s burgeoning Arts District — including where to shop, eat and drink — alongside an LA local at Trevor Morrow Travel.
Which country’s residents travel farthest for their honeymoons? And where is the world’s most popular honeymoon destination? Skift explains (with a little help from Facebook).
Have the burning desire to sip lavender lemonade or stitch leather bags in condemned buildings? No? Well, according to Fathom, that’s what all the cool kids are doing in Denver.
Lastly, Thrillist has rounded up 10 upscale hostels that are nicer than most hotels. Yes, you read that right.
Photography by Anthony Patterson, Flickr
This week, we’re living vicariously through some of our favorite travel blogs, from secluded South African safaris to $8,000 flights that take first class to the next level.
If you’re dreaming of the ideal South African safari, A Luxury Travel Blog has found the top 5 remote safari lodges.
The Expert Vagabond discovered both wildfires and ice on an epic trekking adventure in Turkey’s Kackar Mountains.
Nomadic Matt has 10 interesting and helpful websites when planning your next trip.
Skift has the scoop on what the most expensive domestic US fare buys travelers. For the record, it’s a cool $8,000.
Nashville native Camels & Chocolate reveals her neighborhood guide for SoBro and Rutledge Hill.
In the spirit of New York Fashion Week, this week’s roundup is full of tips and trendsetters that inspire a more fashionable lifestyle — at home and on the road.
Get in-flight beauty tricks from a top makeup artist on Fathom, then read our interview with Fathom co-founder Jeralyn Gerba.
It can be hard to stick to a workout routine while traveling, but mixing in a new or inventive workout class is a great way to stay fit. Case in point: Style Jaunt got up the nerve to try aerial yoga at the Willow Stream Spa in Scottsdale, AZ.
The French are known for many things, chief among them: eating well. Paris-based Ashley Abroad reveals the French eating habits she’ll be taking home with her.
Fashion Toast’s Moroccan photo diary is nothing short of dreamy, scroll to the very bottom for some of her stylish recommendations.
Not to leave out stylish men, the duo behind Street Etiquette makes our list with their Johannesburg journey in South Africa.
Photography by Aquarium of the Pacific, Long Beach, CA
Coming back from vacation tanned, tired and completely content isn’t nearly as hard if the job you are returning to is, say, working for a travel website. That being said, here are some links to keep the feeling of summer from fleeting just yet.
If you have yet to visit the Classe Touriste daily photo blog, you’ll soon be addicted. Start by following them to the tiny and little-known village of Arguedas, Spain, and enjoying the unexpected fiesta that followed.
For anyone who’s felt underwhelmed by this LA neighbor, here are 15 reasons to give Long Beach, CA, a chance, via Johnny Jet.
Go “home” with Boat Magazine contributor Ruth Carruthers, who experiences Scotland by sea for the first time.
A Dangerous Business delves into the Mile High City and shares its picks for where to eat, what to do and how to get around Denver in 48 hours.
Lastly, the Bohemian Travelers reveal how to find sea turtles on the Big Island of Hawaii.
As we enter this Labor Day weekend and sadly say goodbye to the summer season, here are a few of the travel blog posts that made us smile around the office.
Nomadic Matt has stumbled upon the best Thai food outside of Thailand — and it’s not where you might think.
Refinery29 shares 10 natural jet lag remedies that will come in handy next time you cross a few time zones.
The Expert Vagabond rounded up an impressive list of the 50 best travel quotes. Head over there for an extra dose of wanderlust inspiration.
Whether you love tacos or tequila — or both — check out Fathom’s guide to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
Lastly, we suggest you go crayfishing in the Swedish Archipelago with The Blonde Abroad.
The posts and photos that found themselves into this week’s travel blog roundup can be described as none other than full-on travel porn. You’re welcome.
The Lazy Travelers spent a year living in the Île-de-France, here are their favorite Parisian places to drink and dine.
Camels & Chocolate got an awe-inspiring view of Montana’s Glacier National Park on a Glacier Jet Center helicopter ride.
i wander discovered one of the world’s best airport hotels right in his backyard — Singapore.
The Style Junkies recommend Aenaon Villas, positioned right on the edge of the world-famous caldera in Santorini. The “wow factor” is in the pictures.
And for those looking for even more eye candy, Inside the Travel Lab rounded up 7 of the best travel photos blogs out there.
They say curiosity killed the cat, but curiosity about people and far-flung places is intrinsic to travel. This week’s roundup is filled with bits of inspiration that will leave you craving more.
Johnny Jet highlighted a summer destination that’s near and dear to our hearts. May we present to you, 10 Greece moments to live for.
For your weekly dose of eye candy, Fathom featured a couple who free dives with sharks in Honduras — and lives to photograph them.
For an otherworldly experience, live vicariously through the Expert Vagabond as he crawls inside an active volcano on Reunion Island.
Chances are when you board a flight you aren’t particularly looking forward to airplane food. According to Skift, some airlines are trying to change that. Enter: celebrity chefs.
Lastly, we suggest you get lost in The Great Affair’s illustrated love letter to Vashon Island, near Seattle. You’ll thank us later.
It’s August and the countdown to the end of summer is unfortunately upon us. Make the most of your vacation days with these tips from some of our favorite travel blogs.
A Luxury Travel Blog shares a local’s top 5 seafood restaurants in Boston.
This is happening: pay-what-you-want hotels in Paris. Check out the details on the Carry On blog.
If you’re still a virgin when it comes to renting vacation homes, check out the Vacation Gals’ experience in Orlando before you book.
Nomadic Samuel has 50 things to do in NYC for an action-packed, end-of-summer getaway.
While Bali, Singapore and Thailand may not be top of mind for your next family vacation, Y Travel blog reveals 12 kid friendly attractions that make Southeast Asia worth considering.
Agriturismo. Yakitori. This week’s travel blog roundup will have you brushing up on your foreign language skills and plotting your next trip abroad.
The Points Guy shares the secret to planning a family vacation in Italy: stay in a agriturismo, a guest home on a farm in rural Italy.
We got lost in Fathom’s roundup of the 24 best indie magazines for travelers — we’re newly smitten with Boat.
Nervous about using a site like Airbnb for the first time? Nomadic Matt reveals how it works, how to pick the perfect apartment and how not to get cheated.
If you’ve ever dreamed of backpacking Europe, The Savvy Backpacker has put together a comprehensive and impressive guide.
Beyond insanely fresh and delicious sushi, Migrationology explores another delicacy in Tokyo, yakitori (skewers of grilled meat).
This edition of our weekly travel blog roundup is the stuff dreams are made of … a long-awaited destination, an island getaway to Bora Bora, Roger Federer playing tennis on a glacier … seriously, we can’t make this stuff up.
This week one of our favorite bloggers got to experience one of the things travel writers treasure: finally getting to visit a place you’ve long been researching, writing and reading about. Here is Passenger Conners’ take on 48 hours in Martha’s Vineyard.
If you’ve ever wondered if there’s a method behind the madness that is boarding a plane, Skift reveals the math behind airlines’ chaotic practices.
Moving on, Johnny Jet had a rather surreal experience watching pro Roger Federer play tennis against Olympic ski racer Lindsey Vonn on a glacier at 11,333 feet — seems he has a bit of an advantage, no? All of this fanfare was for opening of the world’s tallest chocolate shop (by elevation) at Jungfraujoch, the “Top of Europe.”
Who hasn’t dreamed of staying in a bungalow on stilts over cerulean waters? The Travel Bite shares 5 things they don’t tell you about the dream destination of Bora Bora.
Finally, join the Expert Vagabond on an epic, 6-week surfing road trip from Cape Town to Durban in South Africa.