Gular AghayevaGular Aghayeva 22 MAY 2020 360 views 1 min. read

The best travel podcasts for travel lovers

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Making travel plans improves not only with the lessons drawn from our own experiences but also with the experiences of others. There are many platforms to share our travel experiences and learn from others. Let me introduce my favorite podcasts about travel to you.

What are the best travel podcasts?

Here are some of the best travel podcasts I've listened to about traveling:

Women Who Travel - a collection of travel experiences of woman travelers and famous journalists and photographers and their precious advice and opinions on dining and wining in traveling. You can see an interview with the.atlas.of.beauty too.

The Thought Card - my favorite! Instructs you on the weakest spot of the traveling. Right you are, the budget! You hit the bull's eyes. It highlights crucial points on budget planning for different countries and for achieving any budget goal by various means. You may even join "5 days challenge" to budget a target cost of your dream travel. I did appreciate one of the best travel podcasts "The Practical Tips for Saving Money in Iceland" when I planned to travel to one of the most unaffordable country - Iceland.

Zero to Travel - thanks to the best travel podcast "How to Overcome Travel Anxiety and Fear of Flying" on this channel, I have learned that "EasyJet" low-cost airline hosts webinars to overcome the fear of flying. Webinars are free, and I have joined this webinar only to unleash my curiosity: Gosh, you got me wrong! I am not afraid of flying. I am just a curious cat.

The Trip that Changed Me - if you thirst for interesting people's gripping interviews and experiences, subscribe promptly to this channel.

The Travel Diaries - I'm sure you will enjoy conversations of travel journalists, travel project managers, and best-selling book authors on incredible "business trips." For example, you must listen to the podcast of my favorite traveler Tony Wheeler who is the creator of the "Lonely Planet" project, and he came up with this idea of his during a "hippie trail" trip.

Perhaps, I too should create podcasts for travel. I need to pick your brains to start it. Feel free to write to me. We can do it together.

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As of 2020, has discovered 42 countries on 6 continents. From the “New 7 Wonders of the World”, she visited the pyramids of “Chichen Itza” in Mexico and “Machu Pichu” in Peru; Had an amazing bungy experience from the Bloukrans Bridge Bungy, one of the world\\'s highest commercial bridge bungy at 216 meters, located in the Republic of South Africa; Climbed to Mount Kosciuszko peak (2228 meters) in Australia, from “7 Summits”,  which combines the highest mountains of each of the seven continents; Got soaked in Iguazu waterfalls, one of the most beautiful natural wonders in the world (Argentina side); Met the inhabitants of the “Uros Floating Island” on the Titicaca lake (coasts of Peru and Bolivia, 3810 meters), the highest lake in the world; Watched a mysterious sunset in Bolivia at the largest salt flat “Salar de Uyuni”.

Currently, she continues planning adventurous travels.

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