The 7 Best Travel Podcasts

by Podcast Paul | Last Updated: August 22, 2018

The summer might be winding down, but don’t put aside those travel plans yet! The following podcasts aim to show that travel is something that can be done anywhere, with anyone, at any time.

Stir up that wanderlust with these great travel podcasts:

The 7 Best Travel Podcasts

The Jetsetting Family Travel Podcast

Rod and Jessica Sanchez recently sold everything they owned to embark on a full-time adventure around the world with their 5-year-old son and 2-year-old daughter. This podcast follows their adventures in near-real-time and features other families and travel professionals to gather insight into the full-time family travel lifestyle.

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Zero to Travel

Ever wonder what it takes to quit your job and travel the world? In this podcast, Jason Moore explores the travel lifestyle by interviewing nomadic entrepreneurs, full-time travelers, and other experts.

Guests on his show regularly prove that it’s possible to get paid to travel, build a business while traveling, and create a life built around travel.

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Extra Pack of Peanuts

Travis and Heather Sherry have been to over 20 countries in the past couple of years. No, they’re not rich, they’re just experts at “travel hacking.” This means they know how to earn credit card points, frequent flier miles, and redeem them for some insane travel deals. $5 flights to Rio de Janeiro for the World Cup? Done. Free stays in mansions on ski trips? Yep.

In their podcast, they share their travel hacking expertise and bring on guests that will help you save money and travel more.

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The Budget Minded Traveler

How many times have you heard that travel is too expensive? In this podcast, Jackie debunks this myth with practical tips to make world travel accessible for everyone. She interviews guests with all kinds of travel experiences: from riding a motorcycle through Europe to sailing around the world.

She also hosts Q&A episodes and “travel game shows” on the podcast, so you’ll have to check those out as well.

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Amateur Traveler

Chris Christensen has been hosting this podcast for well over 10 years, and it keeps getting better! Every week, the Amateur Traveler podcast highlights one specific destination around the globe.

After 600+ episodes, you can bet that he’s covered the location that you’re planning on going to next, so check it out to find the best things to do on your upcoming vacation or travel destination.

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Travel with Rick Steves

Rick Steves is America’s most respected authority on European travel. This podcast is a weekly one-hour conversation with travel experts, authors, and professionals that will surely have you itching to book the next flight out of town.

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Epic Education Radio

Jason Andrew Jenkins has been living abroad since 1997, and enjoys exploring the world with his wife and kids. In this podcast, you can expect to have plenty of family travel advice, especially when it comes to finding quality education sources while traveling. Each episode is structured with the same set of questions, so you know what to expect when you tune in!

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