Travel podcasts you need to listen to right now

They keep us company while driving or riding a bus on our way to work, we listen to them on our afternoon walks, while cleaning, before going to sleep, or even while traveling … They allow us to travel with our mind, using our imagination while listening to the stories of other travellers sharing their unique experiences and emotions from around the world. These are our favorite podcasts dedicated to travel.

"Logic gets you from A to B. Imagination takes you everywhere", Albert Einstein

Podcasts can take us anywhere on the map without having to leave the comfort of our own sofa. Today we share with you our favorite travel podcasts we can't stop listening to.

1. The Thoughtful Travel Podcast

The Thoughtful travel podcast, hosted by Amanda Kendle, is dedicated to all travel lovers and travel enthusiasts enthusiasts and wanderlust sufferer who like to hear other travellers' stories on topics such as using foreign languages, meeting locals, getting lost and what we learn on our travels. 2. Amateur traveller

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2. Amateur Traveller

Hosted by Chris Christensen, this is one of the most popular travel podcasts in the world. It focuses on unusual travel destinations, the most special experiences (swimming with whales, meeting turtles in the Galapagos Islands, road trips) and the best places to travel. In each episode, the author gives useful tips and describes how to get to a destination, what to see, where to sleep, where to eat, etc.

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3. Zero to travel

This very interesting podcast by Jason Moore is packed with interesting destinations and travel stories, but above all it contains a lot of useful information to help anyone who wants to travel the world. Inside you will find useful tips on destinations worth visiting, and valuable information on the cost and time needed to explore a particular geographical area.

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4. Armchair Explorer

In each episode of the Armchair Explorer podcast, you'll learn about remarkable achievements in some of the most extreme areas on the planet. From John Herrington, the first Native American astronaut, describing his "spacewalks", to gorilla trekking in Rwanda with scientist Praveen Moman and scuba diving with Rodney Fox, who survived a great white shark attack and worked with Steven Spielberg on the cult film Jaws, writer and documentary maker Aaron Miller talks to a variety of explorers about their most inspiring and unusual journeys.

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5. Ochenta Stories

The "Ochenta Stories" podcast, produced by Studio Ochenta, is a slightly different, but very interesting, travel podcast. It actually takes us on a journey through nations, people, stories and events, all marked by one common denominator: the pandemic. In each episode, the protagonists - artists, writers, creators and podcasters from around the world - answer the question: "What do you want to hear when the pandemic is over?". Each episode tells a different story from a different part of the world.

In addition, with each episode we have a bilingual option (the story is told in the language of the main character of the story and then translated into English), so this podcast is perfect for you if you want to learn new languages.

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