A Route 66 road trip wouldn’t be complete without a stop to see the Grand Canyon.
This week, our favorite travel blogs are serving up touristy attractions and experiences that are worth a second look.
If you think reading 1 piece about Route 66 is enough, you’re wrong. Rediscover the allure of the “road of flight” through the eyes of Boat Magazine’s editor.
Touristy places get a bad rap, but Landlopers explains why these 8 iconic attractions are far from “traps.”
Have you ever dreamed of snorkeling in crystal-clear … 35-degree glacier water? No? Well, the Expert Vagabond’s experience snorkeling Silfra fissure in Iceland might change your mind.
After a 3-month stay, Nomadic Matt shares his 6 life lessons learned in China.
If you’re thinking of indulging in high tea around the holidays but don’t know what to wear, the Luxe Travel has you covered.
The sprawling estate known as Oheka Castle is on Long Island’s Gold Coast.
From Thanksgiving survival tips to Taylor Swift — you read that right — this week’s travel news roundup is full of bits of inspiration.
Johnny Jet explores Oheka Castle in New York, the shooting location for countless films and music videos, including Taylor Swift’s latest single Blank Space.
Watch a 70-year-old Guinness World Record holder complete the first underground hot-air balloon flight on Adventure.com.
The holidays are approaching, and Refinery29 shares hacks for traveling like a pro this season.
Go snorkeling in Iceland’s Silfra Fissure with The Blonde Abroad.
In a guest column on Nomadic Matt, Kristin Addis gives advice for solo female travelers.
Grand Cayman, Photography by Jacrews7, flickr
This week’s travel blog round up appeals to the senses, from inspiring scents being dispensed at the airport to the taste of gin, which is no longer your grandparents’ drink.
Camels & Chocolate visits the Grand Cayman Islands to celebrate its annual Pirates Week Festival, complete with a Jolly Roger pirate ship cruise.
Heathrow Airport’s new device dispenses scents that inspire people to travel. Skift explains how they narrowed down the scents.
It’s not a grandparents’ drink anymore: find out why gin has become one of the trendiest drinks in cocktail bars around the world according to A Luxury Travel Blog.
Whether you find yourself in Vietnam or China, Triphackr shares how to access Facebook, Twitter and Youtube when it’s blocked.
Last but not least, our own editor Kathleen Rellihan found her way into Fathom’s 24 best volunteer opportunities around the world.
View the iconic Edinburgh Castle from Ross Fountain, located in the Princess Street gardens.
The photos, movies and blog posts in this week’s travel roundup will take you around the world.
Inspired by the Ryder Cup, Triphackr presents the ultimate UK road trip, from Edinburgh to London.
Blurred Moments captures breathtaking photos from a couple’s around-the-world journey. In the first 7 months, they’ve been to Argentina, Bolivia, Hungary, India, Ireland and Peru, to name a few.
From festivals and competitions to unique animal experiences to the best outdoor adventures, check out My Wanderlist’s definitive list for where to travel in November.
Adventures in Wonderland explores the “other” Lotus Land, Vancouver, BC.
And if you’d like to spend some of your weekend armchair traveling, Latitude34 rounds up the 16 greatest travel movies of all time.
Photography by Getty Images/iStockphoto
This week’s travel blog roundup will turn up the wanderlust — read on for tips and seriously inspiring photos from Sao Paulo to Ubud.
Roads & Kingdoms has 14 things to know before you go to the sprawling metropolis of Sao Paulo.
Have you been to Ubud yet? If not, this beautiful Bali photo journal by Nomadic Habit will have you wondering why.
The Voyageur has the (almost) perfect 15-day itinerary for Sri Lanka, including what she’d do differently if she could go back.
Camels & Chocolate invites you to sit, have a drink and stay for a while at the South’s swankiest resort.
Where to stay in Paris: Adventurous Kate shares her picks for the best neighborhoods and accommodations.
Move on, nothing to see here — according to some Yelpers.
From the ironic to the eye-popping, here are the stories that got passed around the Travel Channel offices this week.
“If you’ve seen one [geyser] you’ve seen them all.” Whether they are funny because they’re sad or just plain sad, you have to see these 1-star Yelp reviews of national parks on imgur.
“Home is wherever your feet take you,” and 31 more things people with wanderlust will understand, from Buzzfeed.
Missing summer already? Stare wistfully at these 15 snaps of palm trees and deep blue seas from Fathom.
A Luxury Travel Blog picks the world’s top 5 winemaking regions that all oenophiles need to check off their lists.
More than 3,500 kilometers over 20 days crammed into 3 minutes, 32 seconds, and it shows (h/t Skift).
From coffee breaks in Buenos Aires to killing time in London, some of our favorite cities take center stage in this week’s travel blog roundup.
Espresso, crispy-yet-gooey medialunas and dulce de leche … eat your heart out in Buenos Aires with Fathom.
Did you hear about the time Google hired a camel for its desert street view? True story.
In news you can actually use: Beers & Beans has 8 essential android apps for working on the road.
Have a long layover in Heathrow? Luckily, JohnnyJet knows the best way to kill the time.
Lost in Cheeseland shares her 5 favorite things to eat, drink and see in Paris.
From the steep streets of Sienna to a stunning sunset in Norway to a staggering $23,000 Singapore Airlines price tag, here are the links that got shared around the Travel Channel office this week.
The adventure journal turned us on to this gorgeous Norway time-lapse. Trust us, it’s worth a look.
For quintessential Tuscany with 2 kids in tow — let Hither & Thither’s Travelogue be your guide.
This photo essay by Amanda Marsalis for Tiny Atlas Quarterly will have you seeing Hong Kong in an entirely new “Amaro-like” light.
In case you’ve ever wondered what would be considered “the Chateau Marmont of the South,” it’s Soniat House in New Orleans according to A Hotel Life.
Finally, for anyone who’s ever been envious of first-class guests as they’ve headed to the back of the plane, one man documents his flight to New York in a $23,000 Singapore Airlines suite.
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.